Every week, the Times’ sports employees will supply their predictions for the matchups featuring teams in our coverage region. As we enter Week two in the WPIAL, the Beaver Valley teams are prepared to hit the football field. All through the year, we invite you to stick to along and see which of our “experts” can make the most correct picks.
Let’s meet the 5 knowledgeable men and women who will be sharing their predictions:
1. Josh Carney: Josh is the Pennsylvania/Ohio Sports Content material Coach and a former sports reporter for the Beaver County Occasions. In his early knowledge covering Beaver County football, his Highlands Rams faced a powerful Blackhawk group led by Zack Hayward in the 2008 WPIAL playoffs.
two. Bill Allmann: Bill has an impressive 35-year tenure covering WPIAL athletics for the Beaver County Occasions. From notable athletes like Darrelle Revis to Rushel Shell, Bill has witnessed numerous memorable moments in the globe of higher college sports.
three. Joe Sager: Like Bill, Joe has been contributing to the Times’ sports coverage considering the fact that 2013. Identified for his thorough reporting, Joe is not afraid to make bold predictions and foresee a couple of upsets.
four. Ethan Morrison: Ethan has worked his way up from behind the scenes for the duration of the 2022 sports season to now getting a component of the beginning lineup for the Occasions. A current graduate of Robert Morris University, Ethan brings a fresh viewpoint to the group.
five. Rachael Kriger: Rachael, hailing from Hopewell, is returning for her second year with the Occasions. She has previously written for Final Word on Soccer, Equalizer Soccer, and MLS Multiplex. Furthermore, Rachael serves as the Vice President of North American Soccer Reporters.
With this diverse and knowledgeable group, we are excited to see their alternatives and how they fare all through the season. Remain tuned for their picks as the WPIAL football action unfolds!