The Gateway Wrestling program had it’s infancy in 1963 – 64 beginning with nothing except an enthusiastic inexperienced coach and a group of young participants willing to work hard and learn a new sport.  How do you begin to build a program and achieve success in a sport that requires individual skills, dedication, experience, facilities,[…] [more…]


It is with great pride and humility that the Gateway High School 1983  Varsity Baseball Team becomes the first Baseball Team to be inducted into the Gateway Sports Hall Of Fame.  Needless to say there have been a number of great Baseball Players and teams that have represented the Gators on the Baseball Diamond.  One[…] [more…]


1934-2020 Respected & Beloved Coach Gateway Head Basketball Coach Rege Laughlin was an integral part in the very beginnings of Gateway Basketball. His Gator teams in the 1960’s were competitive, successful and extremely well coached. Under his guidance, the Gator basketball program achieved much success and set the tone for all the future Gator players.[…] [more…]


Gateway Class of 1996 Athletic from an early age, Michael Rugh kicked off his soccer career when he was just five. He was initially attracted to the sport when his older brother Jason began in 1983, and, in true younger-brother fashion, Michael wanted to play too. Michael joined the Monroeville PacMen soccer team as a[…] [more…]


Gateway Class of 1995 Shannon is extremely honored to be included in the Gateway Sports Hall of Fame Class of 2013.  Golf has been a part of her life as long as she can remember.  She owes much of her success to her first teacher, her father, Rege Ruane.  She has always had a passion[…] [more…]


Gateway Class of 1988 Michael LiVorio is proud, humbled and honored to accept this induction into the Gateway Sports Hall of Fame. As a multi-sport letterman in high school, Mike had the privilege to be surrounded by outstanding coaches, teammates, friends and family. Mike’s athletic career started in grade school on the baseball and soccer[…] [more…]


Gateway Class of 1971 It is clearly evident that playing sports while growing up in Pitcairn, and later at Gateway High School, set the foundation for all the good things that came in the life of Vincent J. Lamberti.  No doubt.  The journey started on “the hill” in Pitcairn where there were five or six[…] [more…]


Gateway Class of 1964 A 1964 graduate of Gateway High School, John Nemec, has had an outstanding career as an educator. He attributes most of his success to his parents, Margaret (a retired Monroeville Junior High School English teacher) and Lou (the longtime former football coach at Penn Hills). Nemec also credits the teachers and[…] [more…]

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