Jason Li will be joined by three Sewickley Academy teammates in 2A championship on the Panthers’ home golf course.
By moving individual tennis tournament after the team competition, WPIAL creates a lull in schedule for those teams advancing to states.
Despite missing three starters to injury, girls volleyball team captures its own 12-team tournament.
Son of Pitt football coach gave up football years ago and has found a passion for golf.
Four seniors decide not to run this season, but Raiders still expect to be competitive.
Depth has been key to Blue Devils’ success, and this season is no different.
Four Schratz sisters help make Indians’ field hockey team a strong WPIAL contender.
Kayte Zeiler is a captain and three-year starter who is also a captain for the lacrosse team.
Vikings’ boys golf team has high expectations after using early setback to springboard a winning streak.
Olivia Zambruno of GCC looks to become the first girls golfer to win three consecutive titles — some have won three, but never in a row.
No. 1 Centurions edge No. 2 Shady Side Academy, 3-1, in big Class 1A girls soccer showdown.
Vincentian’s Katherine Fedko stepped up to win the Class 2A-1A division of the 14th Red, White and Blue Classic cross-country meet.
Forfeited match to Peters Township in middle of the competition.
At Canon-McMillan, Taylor Waller follows her sister Lauren’s footsteps to become one of the top players for the boys club; other notes.
Winning yet another world wrestling gold in France was even more special for Spencer Lee because of a family connection — and he cried.
There are more than a few veterans in the WPIAL girls volleyball coaching world, and some even pull double-duty with boys teams.
A strong class of freshmen last season in the WPIAL returns, with Rams standout Lauren Freyvogel leading the way.
Marianne Abdalah’s senior season in cross country is in doubt because of tendinitis in her shin, which will sideline her at least two weeks.
Notes on Norwin junior Maria Santilli, Quaker Valley’s Zoe Bojalad and Sewickley Academy.
Centurions star Bailey Cartwright scores five goals in a 13-2 victory against Riverview in Class 1A Section 1.
Obituary / Clifford L. Fair: Noted basketball, football referee and WPIAL Hall of Fame inductee embraced community service
Penn Hills man also worked for Allegheny County parks while also serving as a passionate high school and college sports official.
Panthers’ boys golf team returns four of six starters from last year’s PIAA championship team.
Baldwin, Freeport and Bishop Canevin won WPIAL girls titles last year, but only Freeport is preseason No. 1.
Jack McLean, 16, is considered one of the top young polo players in the country.
Despite reshuffling of teams, experienced Foxes eye another trip to WPIAL championship game.
Transfer of top player forces Spartans to move people around; experience, depth makes Beaver an early favorite.
Anna Li, the top-ranked senior in the state, anchors a talented lineup that includes twin sister Tina.
Boys golf team begins quest for a third consecutive WPIAL championship.
Gus Solomon is considered a top wrestler in the country, but injuries have continued to haunt him.
Franklin Regional’s all-world wrestler Spencer Lee is headed to the Olympics to be a workout partner for the USA Wrestling Team.
Although wrestling still has three classifications, some teams have shifted around to make for new sections.
Palmer Jackson will be a sophomore at Franklin Regional and last week won a Tri-State event to qualify for the PGA Junior Championship.
A lot of coaches believe it waters down the playing field, while some welcome the new changes.
Cameron Coy anxiously awaits college, but first has some business to tend to.
Area players travel to Dallas with Pittsburgh Volleyball Club to compete in boys national tournament.
Youth participation in hockey is expected to surge due to the influence of successful run by team.
With the WPIAL’s new realignment, more teams will have an opportunity to win a state championship.
Bridgers’ boys volleyball team rebounds to advance to PIAA final before falling short.
Jake Dixon is the Post-Gazette’s volleyball player of the year after a standout season with Black Hawks.
Seniors from Mt. Lebanon and Chartiers Valley emerge as the area’s best.
Bridgers and Northeastern, dominant teams in Class AA, meet for the PIAA championship.
Area teams finding it difficult to advance to the state finals when taking on more experienced eastern squads.
The Penn Trafford boys volleyball team’s dream run in the PIAA Class AAA tournament ended in Chambersburg after a valiant effort.
Having won their first WPIAL title in May, Penn-Trafford is now moving on to the PIAA Class AAA volleyball semifinals.
Once a dominant force at states, WPIAL teams have struggled to reach championship match.
Luke Ross captures PIAA Class AA singles championship, now looks to repeat.
Future looks bright for Tigers’ WPIAL Division 1 champion team.
Ayden Owens grabs school record as he wins 300-meter hurdles on his birthday.
Aideen O’Donoghue was selected to try out for Under-17 women’s national team.
FINALS (May 28, 2016)