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GCC set to begin season

| Saturday, September 2, 2006 12:00 a.m

Greensburg Central Catholic, ranked No. 1 in the WPIAL in Class AA by the Tribune-Review and No. 1 in the state by the Pennsylvania Football News, kicks off its season at 3 p.m. today at Gateway’s Pete Antimarino Stadium in Monroeville.

The Centurions, last year’s WPIAL runner-up, will play East Allegheny in an Interstate Conference game. Pittsburgh Central Catholic and Gateway play in the first game of the doubleheader at noon.

Greensburg Central Catholic features three players who have made oral commitments to Division I schools — quarterback Cody Catalina (Syracuse), wide receiver Nick Sukay (Penn State) and running back Max Suter (Syracuse).

East Allegheny, which is led by running back Chris Loving, has a first-year coach in Dennis Edwards.

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