Cougars coach Bob Amalia not about to let winning streak go to players’ heads.
Behind standout play of freshman pitcher Logan Hartman and key wins against Chartiers-Houston, Frazier is making a name for itself.
Pitchers now approach batters differently with that magic number looming in the background.
Post-Gazette survey reveals most coaches are happy with the changes, but some tweaks are necessary.
Pine-Richland’s Ryan Okuda pitched a two-hitter and struck out nine in a 1-0 6A Section 1 victory against Butler and Cade Negley.
Two-way star who is projected as a top pick in MLB draft has a memorable day against Eastern Kentucky.
Winning close games has not been Penn-Trafford’s forte. In fact, the Warriors had lost their past five one-run games. That changed Monday.
Zach Rohaley tossed 6 innings and the Class 6A No. 3-ranked Big Macs scored a big 4-1 win against No. 4 Peters Township in Section 3.
Baseball America believes the Minnesota Twins will select the two-way contributor with the No. 1 overall pick.
(Through Sunday, April 16, 2017)
(Through Sunday, April 16, 2017)
Indians hoping to ride momentum of successful southern trip to a WPIAL title.
One of area’s top baseball players will join WPIAL alumnus at defending NCAA champ Coastal Carolina next season.
Colts’ pitching has kept games close, but baseball team is waiting for the bats to come around.
Ryan Okuda and Troy LaNeve are headed to play baseball at a Division I school and showed why in a Pine-Richland win against North Allegheny.
It was the quality of hits not the quantity in the non-section game Monday between Shaler and Moon.
With only two starters back, Yellowjackets are learning on the fly under new coach Ed Carr.
Warriors score 73 runs through the first five games and show little sign of slowing down; Chartiers-Houston moves up, still puts up wins.
Senior is an outstanding pitcher and outfielder who carries a .600 batting average.
Top-ranked Buccaneers suffer first defeat.
No. 1 Blackhawk gets its offense going,thanks to pitcher Mark Engel, to defeat No 2 South Fayette in a Section 2 matchup,
Number nine hitter Josh Johnson was the unexpected power source for a winning walk-off home run for Pine-Richland against Central Catholic.
Only a sophomore, Tigers standout already has a scholarship to Pitt; Derry Area’s Chelsea Bisi takes making contact to another level.
Cougars working all facets of game in early success; Greensburg Central Catholic surviving life after Tommy Pellis.
Five Indians had at least one RBI as West Allegheny climbed to 6-0 with 7-4 victory win against Trinity.
Turconi batted .625 (10 for 16) with 8 RBIs and hit two home runs and Parshall tallied 30 strikeouts and pitched a no-hitter this week.
The school had found evidence of misconduct during a team trip to Florida in March.
Mike White answers high school sports questions in his weekly chat with readers.
A.J. Walker stranded the bases loaded to give the Quips a 5-4 victory against Summit Academy, their first win since 2008.
Varsity Coach Jim Coulter last week submitted his resignation following the trip to the Orlando area for exhibition games last month.
Notre Dame recruit a key to Spartans continued drive for softball dominance.
Standout pitcher one of the WPIAL’s best and is looking to lead the Spartans deep into the postseason.
Latrobe, Blackhawk, Steel Valley, Serra and Vincentian are No. 1 teams in other classifications.
WPIAL Class 1A champs return 17 of 19 players; Hempfield is clear-cut favorite in Class 6A.
Plum product Alex Kirilloff, the Minnesota Twins’ No. 1 draft pick in 2016, underwent Tommy John surgery this month.