The Class 6A, 5A, 4A and 3A title games at Heinz; Class 2A and 1A games will be played on a different weekend at an undetermined site.
Former coach Ron Sciarro returns for his second stint as head coach.
A look at where each senior named to the Post-Gazette Fab 22 is headed next season to play college football; plus the top 50 in the country.
Mars Castello said potential for head injuries was a ’huge reason’ for his decision to focus on basketball.
Blue-chip defensive back Damar Hamlin chose Pitt over Penn State and Ohio State, joining Clairton receiver Aaron Mathews.
Point guard Darton McIntire has a strange name, but a lot of game, and he’s helping Waynesburg’s boys basketball team to a promising season.
The star high school running back-defensive back has been recruited to play safety for the Wolverines.
New PIAA classifications likely to cause WPIAL title football games to be played on different weekends
Football will expand from four classifications to six in 2016 for the first time.
The WPIAL’s plan for each sport is still coming together, but the football title games as we know them now will certainly need to change.
Even as a child, Don Holl had Gators football on his mind.
George Smith coached through two stints and a lot of great players with the Tigers.
Though it took him a year, former Seneca Valley coach Don Holl will fill the coaching vacancy at Gateway.
Paris Ford, ranked the No. 39 junior in the country by Rivals.com, transfers from Seton-LaSalle to Steel Valley.
Mitch DeZort is in basketball mode at the moment, but the junior two-sport star for the Rams has his long-term sights set on football.
Since 2012, football players in Cornell School District have played with Quaker Valley School District, but that agreement has ended.
George Smith finished with a 226-112-5 record and won two WPIAL and two PIAA championships in two stints coaching the Tigers.
Since 2012, Cornell’s football players, cheerleaders and marching band members participated in a cooperative agreement with Quaker Valley.
Latrobe is undefeated and likely off to its best start in almost 80 years.
The Ambridge boys basketball team didn’t make it to the North Pole to visit Santa Claus, but got close.
Two-way Tigers star Hudson, a 6-foot, 205-pound senior halfback and defensive back, leaves a huge pawprint.
Some high school football players go on to make good coaches; some are lousy. But the PG Coach of the Year never played a down of football.
Ross Wilkerson helped the Colts knock off Upper St. Clair Wednesday night in a battle of unbeatens from Class AAAA Section 4.
Pine-Richland sophomore QB heads the North Xtra Fabulous 22 all-star football team as chosen by the Post-Gazette scholastic sports staff.
McKeesport senior RB/S heads the South Xtra Fabulous 22 all-star football team as chosen by the Post-Gazette scholastic sports staff.
Woodland Hills senior RB heads the East Xtra Fabulous 22 all-star football team as chosen by the Post-Gazette scholastic sports staff.
Aliquippa senior RB/LB heads the West Xtra Fabulous 22 all-star football team as chosen by the Post-Gazette scholastic sports staff.
Seven turnovers result in loss in PIAA championship, but Quips still have a lot to be proud of.
With their fourth PIAA football championship, Vikings once again lay claim to top Class AAAA team in state.
2015 WPIAL and City League all-conference football teams
Avonworth’s Zach Chandler and Riverside’s Jason Dambach both set WPIAL records this season.
The Pennsylvania Football Writers also named Central Catholic coach Terry Totten Class AAAA coach of the year.
J.J. Younger played sparingly most of the season, but came up with 184 yards in the Vikings’ championship win against Parkland.
Summaries from Saturday, Dec. 19, 2015
Aliquippa had seven turnovers and lost to Southern Columbia, 49-14, at Hersheypark Stadium in Hershey.
Central Catholic became the first school from the WPIAL to win four PIAA Class AAAA championships.
Bishop Guilfoyle ran its winning streak to 32 games and ran away with the PIAA Class A championship, shutting out Farrell, 35-0.
Quips star DiMantae Bronaugh battles leukemia while his teammates play for state title.
Aliquippa coach Mike Zmijanac and Southern Columbia coach Jim Roth have 51 years of head coaching experience and 605 wins between them.
Central Catholic will try and beat Parkland for the Quad A state title behind the strength of its offensive line.
A powerhouse in the WPIAL 2A, the Quips are one of notable WPIAL teams to play “up” as the PIAA will expand classifications for many sports.
Former NFL quarterback Gus Frerotte helps with Vikings offense, and with two sons on team as well.
Oakmont resident Gus Frerotte, a former Pro Bowl quarterback, played for seven teams during a 15-year career.
Jassir Jordan helped basketball team to the PIAA final; now it’s the football team’s turn.
Summaries from Friday, Dec. 18, 2015
Maris Seto of the Brownsville girls’ basketball team and Central Catholic football’s Bricen Garner earn athlete of the week honors.
High school football notebook: Farrell finds itself in PIAA title game, but not representing the WPIAL
Farrell wants to return to WPIAL, but, for now, is savoring a trip to PIAA football finals.
Bottles up District 3 foe for berth in Class AAAA championship at Hersheypark
The Quips earned their first trip to Hersheypark Stadium since 2012, beating Martinsburg Central, 30-21, in the PIAA Class AA semifinals.
Summaries from Saturday, Dec. 12, 2015
Summaries from Friday, Dec. 11, 2015