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Citing a concern for the safety of his players, Mauro Monz has quit after only three games as football coach at Carlynton High School.
Receiver, runner, passer, it doesn't matter to Panthers recruit Tre Tipton as he helps Apollo-Ridge to its first 3-0 start in 14 years.
Penn-Trafford held the WPIAL's leading rusher to 53 yards and blanked McKeesport, 28-0.
A big game from Trewon Marshall helped the Quakers improve to 1-2 with a romp at Class AA Century Conference rival South Allegheny Saturday.
Early miscues doomed the Class AAA Tigers in a loss to the rival Bobcats, led by super sophomore Darius Wise, at Geneva College.
In what was supposed to provide Clairton more competition, little changed in a 74-0 win for the Bears against Greensburg Central Catholic.
The Knights finally surrendered a score, but edged non-conference foe Seneca Valley, 14-7, to stay undefeated.
Chacar Berry rushed for 124 yards and three touchdowns to lead Ringgold to a 20-12 upset of visiting Knoch.
Pitt recruit Tre Tipton ran for 304 yards, teammate Duane Brown added 193 and Apollo-Ridge beat Kittanning in the Allegheny Conference.
Vincentian Academy won its first game as a WPIAL program Friday night with a 28-20 victory against Union.
Ron Brown threw five touchdown passes to lead University Prep to a 41-34 win against Brashear.
Summaries from Saturday, Sept. 13, 2014
Summaries from Friday, Sept. 12, 2014
Individual leaders from Friday, Sept. 12, 2014
Central Valley defeated Class AAAA Penn Hills, 35-14, to hand the Indians their first loss this season.
Jeremiah Hardrick rushed 16 times for 92 yards and scored two touchdowns as Allderdice won, 48-8, against Westinghouse.
The Fumbler may be getting old, but he can still pick ’em.
Khaleke Hudson of McKeesport and Italia Biondi of Penn-Trafford are this week's honorees.
With Gateway departing the Foothills Conference, a new rivalry emerges for McKeesport, Penn-Trafford.
Mt. Lebanon bounces back after a tough season to start 2014 in impressive fashion.
After two high-profile players graduated at Elizabeth Forward, Jake Meyers stepped forward to fill the void.
Peyton and Logan Deri help Knights to a 2-0 start in Foothills Conference.
Wolverines get past Bethel Park, 33-31, in rough first-week contest.
Dealt a tough blow before the season even started, Quaker Valley is struggling to stay in playoff contention.
When Beaver travels to Beaver Falls Friday night, expect plenty of offensive fireworks.
After two years as a valuable backup, John George is making the most of his chance as the starting quarterback for Central Valley.
Knights' strong starts result in a first-place showing in the Greater Allegheny Conference.
Fox Chapel appears on the radar after last week's stunning upset of Seneca Valley.
Quakers finding the going rough since the loss of standout Dane Jackson.
Woodland Hills quarterback Jeremiah Jones gets scholarship off from West Virginia despite a short high school resume.
Mike Fulmore and his Wilkinsburg team were on the wrong side of an 86-0 loss to Clairton, but he has no problem with Bears coach Wayne Wade.
It took overtime and it took a "trick out of the bag," but the Rams scored a marquee win against Class AAAA rival North Allegheny.
In Thomas Jefferson's 44-12 victory Friday against Belle Vernon, Austin Kemp finished with 294 total yards, including 235 on the ground.
If Knoch thought the hour-plus ride from Butler County to Westmoreland County was long, the second half of the Knights' Friday night game
Bethel Park nearly stunned Class AAAA conference foe Woodland Hills, but Wolverines standout Art Thompkins was too much.
Gateway coach Tom Nola is still looking for his first victory. The visiting Gators lost, 22-11, to West Mifflin in a non-conference game.
Jonathan Spina throws three touchdown passes to lead No. 4 Washington to a 41-12 win.
Five players score for Clairton as the Bears demolish Wilkinsburg, 86-0.
Allderdice twins connect for two touchdowns in a win against Perry.
Summaries from Saturday, Sept. 6, 2014
Non-conference summaries grouped by classification of winning team.
Individual leaders from Friday, Sept. 5, 2014
The Post-Gazette catches up with Steel Valley football coach Rod Steele, who also is a West Homestead policeman.
Upper St. Clair coach Jim Render questioned why the WPIAL scheduled his team to play Penn Hills on the road two consecutive seasons.
These cats are ready for a fight.
The Post-Gazette previews five area high school football games to keep an eye on.
Mike White catches up with former Penn Hills and Pitt linebacker Tom Tumulty.
Quarterback Ron Brown rallies University Prep to 27-20 City League victory against Westinghouse.
When it comes to the area that has the most highly touted players in the state, look to the east this year.
Mike Caputo began his redshirt junior year at the University of Wisconsin with an impressive performance on national television.