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​Central athletics are open to all students with academic eligibility. The dedicated, experienced coaching staff teaches Centurions the importance of teamwork, respect for the games, and how to develop their athletic abilities on and off the playing field.

The athletic program at Greensburg Central works in conjunction with all other aspects of the school. It has been developed as an extension of the education achieved in the classroom setting. It offers a wide range of activities that are greater in number than most institutions comparable in size to Greensburg Central.

Students at Greensburg Central may select from 21 interscholastic varsity sports that compete in the Western Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association (PIAA). Because of this affiliation, and the shared philosophy of all member schools, varsity athletics are highly competitive in nature; varsity teams must, therefore, be prepared thoroughly and extensively. These students are offered educational opportunities that are provided in no other setting, and skills are developed so that teams will have opportunities to win.

 Winter Sports

Senior High​Head Coach
​BowlingDon Yuhouse
CheerleadingDallys Clark
Ice Hockey
Men's BasketballChristian Hyland
Women's Basketball
Chris Skatell

Co-op with

Mt. Pleasant


​Junior HighHead Coach
WrestlingCo-op with Mt. Pleasant​


 Athletic Trainer

Athletics.jpgMission Statement
Greensburg Central Catholic, in conjunction with Excela Health Orthopedics and Sports Medicine, provides comprehensive care for all of its student-athletes. This care includes one licensed athletic trainer to be present at Greensburg Central Catholic for all practices and home events as designated by the contract.

Licensed athletic trainers are health care professionals who work under the direction of physicians to optimize the activity and participation of clients and patients. The scope of athletic training includes prevention, assessment, and intervention of emergency; and acute and chronic medical conditions involving impairment, functional limitations, and disabilities. The athletic trainer may provide pre-practice taping and wrapping, evaluation and rehabilitation of injuries, on-field/court coverage and first aid, and post-practice assessments.

At Greensburg Central Catholic, we make every attempt to provide the finest health care to all student-athletes. To aid in this care, parents are encouraged to communicate directly with a coach or the athletic trainer if an athlete sustains an injury. This direct communication can only benefit in the student athlete's recovery from an injury. Injuries are common with participation in athletics. With proper communication and timely invention, most injuries can be managed within the athletic training room. If the management of an injury requires a more comprehensive referral, we can aid the student-athlete/family through the process.


Certified Athletic Trainer
Virginia K Tinkey MS, LAT, ATC, NASM-PES, NASM-CES
Greensburg Central Catholic Junior-Senior High School
Excela Health Orthopedics and Sports Medicine

Team Physicians
Dr. Jacob DiCesare
Dr. Gregory Bisignani

 Contact and Hours

Athletic Training Room
Phone: 724-834-0310

Monday - Friday: 2:30 p.m. to 30 minutes after last event ends

Saturday: 30 minutes prior to beginning of first event to 30 minutes after last event ends

Sunday: Closed

*These hours are subject to change based on needs of the athletic teams.


​Below are athletic resources that those at Greensburg Central Catholic believe you may find helpful. If you have any additional questions, please don't hesitate to contact our Athletic Training Room at 724-834-0310, ext. 209.

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