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Royals' basketball team continues to use up-tempo style to win.
An intrepid reporter forecasts what to expect for the high school basketball season.
Conditioning pays off as Knights emerge victorious in rare basketball doubleheader.
Strong nucleus has Planets in running for a section title in girls basketball.
Four returning starters set the bar high for Mustangs' girls basketball team.
Balance has Gators optimistic about run at boys basketball postseason.
With the departure of several key players due to graduation, Montour faces a sizable task to win another championship.
The Our Lady of the Sacred Heart girls basketball team is playing an ambitious schedule this season.
A loss in the WPIAL quarterfinals last season is serving as motivation for the Seton-LaSalle boys basketball team this season.
Before the season even started, Bethel Park found itself digging out of a hole with its best returning player out for the season.
Despite facing several challenges, the West Mifflin Titans were able to win their first two games of the season.
After a pair of dominating performances to begin the season, the top-ranked boys basketball team in Class A stepped up a few classes.
Basketball power Beaver Falls will play ‘up’ in Class AAA, but Gateway, for years a football powerhouse, will drop from Class AAAA.
The high school basketball season is young, but the No. 2 Class AAA girls team already has an impressive win against No. 3 Central Valley.
No. 4 Mt. Lebanon defeated No. 1 North Allegheny, 60-58, after Maura Wallace sank a jumper with 2.1 seconds remaining.
Led by Dale Clancy's 31 points, Seton-LaSalle narrowly topped Gateway in a close battle for the Peters Township tournament title.
South Park, ranked No. 2 and the defending champion in Class AAA, tasted defeat early in the 2013-2014 season with a loss to Hempfield.
Jonny David poured in 42 points, including five 3-pointers, for Mt. Lebanon in the Blue Devils' 66-35 rout of Johnstown.
A look at the top teams and players in Triple A.
What to keep an eye on as the new season unfolds ...
A look at the top teams and players in Single A.
A look at the top teams and players in Quad A.
A look at the top teams and players in Double A.
A look at the top teams and players in the City League.
The new school that formed from the merger of Center and Monaca is taking on a special identity: Central Valley High School -- sports power.
Boys basketball team still in search of that elusive WPIAL championship.
Junior guard Kason Harrell could be key to Spartans' run at a section title.
Former Penn Hills star takes over as new boys basketball coach at Waynesburg Central.
Chartiers Valley's first road game of the basketball season will be played more than 1,000 miles away.
Blackhawk is primed to pursue a title.
Vincentian is the big favorite in Single A.
Title contenders abound in the district.
Seton-LaSalle loaded, boasting two national top-100 recruits who have signed with the University of Pittsburgh -- seniors Yacine Diop and
The 'House builds itself into favorite to win league crown.
Shatori Walker-Kimbrough left a lasting impression on the WPIAL, twice being selected as Post-Gazette Female High School Athlete of the
Phil Pergola, who twice took Ringgold teams to state basketball title games, returns as coach.
Brian Bibey, who has plenty of experience at the college level, takes over as Shaler's new coach.
New enrollment figures released by PIAA will move at least two high-profile schools in basketball to a lower class.
This week: Montour's Devin Wilson.
Avonworth football and basketball coach Dan Bradley finds himself spread a little thin this time of
Kiski School senior center Satchel Pierce will attend Marquette.
Checking up on Nolan Cressler, Greg Blair and Christian Bryan.
The move down is a significant one because Jeannette has been successful in Class AA football and also lately in boys basketball.