The Lions were able to shut down the Eagles’ stop goal scorer, senior Essence Canady, who finished the season with 28 goals.
Like every other team, the Rams are ready to start over with a clean slate with the start of the postseason.
WPIAL champion Vikings must trim down their talented roster as they head to PIAA championships.
Anne Taylor wraps up second consecutive trip to state finals and will be helping the Bobcats in the team competition Tuesday.
Boys cross country team has won the past 11 WPIAL championships as it prepares for Thursday’s final at Cooper’s Lake.
Seniors Katie Shideler and Rena Israel sharing starting goalie duties, playing one half each in every game.
Norwin and Our Lady of the Sacred Heart win WPIAL girls tennis singles titles for first time.
Sewickley Academy boys, Greensburg Central Catholic girls earn the Class 2A crowns
No. 3 singles player Ashley Huang turns in a perfect match to capture section title in absence of top-ranked senior in state.
Carrick senior Joe Doubt is a four-time champion with his sights set on advancing to the PIAA championship tournament.
Senior Hannah Greene, headed to Cleveland State, helps Rangers clinch a third consecutive playoff spot.
Elsewhere, Greensburg Central Catholic’s Bailey Cartwright ties a school record with here 208th career goal.
Class 3A champ Gregor Meyer and his Fox Chapel teammates look to topple two-time defending champ Peters Township.
A final four team last year in Class 1A, the Eagles look to repeat that effort this year in 2A.
Anne Taylor hoping to become the first to defend a Class 2A singles title since 2007.
Need for more ice time, cost of equipment not slowing the increase in participation.
Fourth consecutive championship no breeze for Tigers.
Sophomore nearly scuttled the win with double bogey on final hole at Treesdale.
Three days after shooting 88 in a tournament, Meyer tames famous course with a 70
The freshman sunk a par putt on the final hole to take the title away from Sewickley Academy’s Jason Li.
Storied golf club will play host to a WPIAL championship for the first time since 1987 when the Class 3A boys final is held there Tuesday.
Franklln Regional’s Palmer Jackson and Fox Chapel’s Anthony Cordaro among those remembering the ‘King.’
Eagles use 25 players in tournament win and stand No. 5 in the Class 4A rankings; notes on Seneca Valley, South Fayette and Central Valley.
Tigers ready to avenge loss in Penguins Cup final; reigning champ Bishop Canevin no longer a surprise; South Fayette loses standout.
Foxes rally to win Class 3A showdown; losses don’t dampen Penn-Trafford’s goal; and more.
Defending champions are once again favored to capture the WPIAL team championship.
High school highlights: Peters Township holds on for 1-0 victory after early goal by Regan LaVigna.