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Find out who opens the 2016-17 WPIAL boys basketball season as the Post-Gazette’s top five teams in all six classifications.
Colts have won more than 80 percent of their games since the start of the century.
After leading a resurgence at Vincentian, George Yokitis welcomes the challenge of doing the same for the Spartans.
The super-sized Rams begin the season in the new Class 6A right where they ended the last one in Class AAAA — atop the WPIAL.
The Tigers and Trojanettes are two teams who start the season in the top spot, joining Chartiers Valley, Bishop Canevin and others.
Under veteran coach Bill Cleary, the Eagles have the best winning percentage in the WPIAL since 2000
Some things have changed since Major Corley’s long, successful first stint as Greyhounds coach, but his gumption hasn’t.
The Tigers lose a couple senior stalwarts, but also bring back three key pieces from a team that nearly reached the PIAA championship.
State Police discovered several images while investigating Nick Lackovich, also a Beaver County probation officer, for alleged dogfighting.