Dane Jackson was a standout in two sports at two schools — Cornell and Quaker Valley — and is the Male High School Athlete of the Year.
Track and football standout Ori Rinaman lands North Xtra Athlete of the Year honor.
Steel Valley’s three-sport standout Brandon Donovan is the South Xtra Male High School Athlete of the Year.
Former assistant Marty Reick steps into the sizable shoes left by the departure of longtime South Park football coach Tom Loughran.
Basketball, football standout Julian Batts is East Xtra Male Athlete of the Year.
Indiana’s Riley Stapleton and Apollo-Ridge’s Tre Tipton will both be wide receivers in college, but were three-sport stars in high school.
South Fayette police Officer Joseph Staniszewski confirmed that Brett Brumbaugh, 18, had been arrested early today.
South Fayette quarterback Brett Brumbaugh threw three touchdown passes in Pennsylvania’s 20-3 win against Maryland.
Former South Fayette High School quarterback Brett Brumbaugh savors rules in all-star game because of the emphasis on the passing game..
Brett Brumbaugh will cap a magnificent high school football career when he plays in the Big 33 all-star football game Saturday in Hershey.
Lineman surprised to be chosen for annual high school football all-star game.
Former Buccaneers standout Dave Bellinotti takes over football program.
Teammates Andrew Koester and Armand Dellovade are capping their high school careers on a big stage -- the Big 33 Football Classic.
Former Mohawk coach Joe Lamenza will take over for the legendary Joe Hamilton at Blackhawk this season.
Big Ben’s annual camp ends today, but in light of recent injury concerns, could youth football camps come to an end for good?
Joe Salvino, an ultra-successful basketball coach at Monessen High School, has been appointed the school’s head football coach as well.
After a successful run at Slippery Rock High, Brendan Hathaway is ready to do the same for the Moon football program.
Many of football’s most influential offensive linemen worked at a camp this weekend to honor the legacy of a late coach.
Former Blackhawk High School star Brendan McKay, the ACC freshman of the year, started Sunday for the Cardinals in a season-saving win.