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Mt. Lebanon’s crew team is preparing for spring competition, which often takes place at regattas involving numerous other clubs.
Lodovico is believed to be the first person from the WPIAL to win two PIAA championships in a row as a player and two in a row as a coach.
Canon-McMillan can’t overcome penalties, falls, 6-4, to Holy Ghost Prep in Class AAA hockey title game.
Bayard Rustin fends off Mars’ barrage of shots to win Class A Pennsylvania Cup hockey title.
The Cougars defeated Archbishop Wood, 46-40, in the PIAA Class AAA girls basketball championship.
Aliquippa was trying to become only the 13th boys team in WPIAL history to win a PIAA title with an undefeated record.
Brenna Wise’s triple double powers Royals to 86-38 drubbing of Old Forge in Class A championship.
Box scores from Saturday, Mar. 21, 2015
Aliquippa is undefeated at 29-0, but a state championship, not an unbeaten record, is the main focus.
Box scores from Friday, Mar. 20, 2015
The Knights’ season ended with a 56-40 defeat against Cumberland Valley.
Martin Luther King ended a stunning run by the Dragons a game short of the PIAA championship.
The Rebels got 37 combined points from Nicolete Newman and Cassidy Walsh.
The Cougars topped Berks Catholic, 71-61 to advance to the state championship game.
In their play and now in the PIAA playoffs, the Quips elevated themselves yet again for a big win against West Middlesex in the semifinals.
The WPIAL board of directors ruled that the Greyhounds must forfeit all four of their victories from last season due to ineligible players.
Coach Buddy Valinsky has focused on fine-tuning his team. Now the Dragons face their biggest test tonight against Martin Luther King.
Five WPIAL teams are one step from playing for a state title, including the Knights, who have to deal with Cumberland Valley’s Kelly Jekot.
Box scores from Tuesday, Mar. 17, 2015
The Pennsylvania squad couldn’t quite keep pace with the nation’s top wrestlers, dropping a 31-14 match at Fitzgerald Field House.
With many of the area’s top wrestlers picked for the Pennsylvania all-star team, the WPIAL squad wasn’t as strong as previous years.
The overall strength of the WPIAL this season could make things tougher for the WPIAL all-star team in the Dapper Dan Wrestling Classic.
WPIAL athletes, including Norwin’s Kathryn Painter, dominated on the first day of the PIAA Class AAA swimming and diving championships.
Guard Ramon Creighton and the Dragons battled past Harrisburg into the semifinals to extend their remarkable run.
The Cougars and their star guard took down fellow WPIAL team Chartiers Valley in the Class AAA playoffs Saturday.
The Big Macs advance to the PIHL Class AAA Pennsylvania Cup championship with the 4-0 victory.
The Ramblers ended a long Penguins Cup drought by avenging a loss earlier this season to the Riverhawks.
Brenna Wise had another stellar game to lift the WPIAL champion Royals past Kennedy Catholic.
The WPIAL champion Quips were suffocating once again Saturday, dominating Redbank Valley in a quarterfinal matchup.
Quaker Valley was the victim of some bad bounces, while the Planets took advantage to reach another PIHL championship game.
Mars has its best postseason showing in school history but doesn’t have enough to get past Erie Cathedral Prep.
Archbishop Carroll just too strong for defending PIAA Class AAA champions.
One bad quarter takes bite out of Greyhounds against Kennedy Christian.
The Knights defeat the North Allegheny Tigers for the third time this season to advance to the Class AAAA semifinals
Defending PIAA Class AA champions get their act together behind senior Nicolette Newman who scores 26 points.
Maria Lohman successfully defends her PIAA Class AAA diving title.
Box scores from Saturday, March 14, 2015
In terms of WPIAL greatness and domination in basketball, the Washington Little Prexies of 30 years ago were a sight to behold.
Technically, it’s a resignation, but for successful high school basketball coach Ben O’Connor, it’s more of a commitment to family.
The WPIAL advanced 28 swimmers and four relay teams into the consolation or championship in the PIAA swimming and diving championships.
As Maria Lohman aims for her third PIAA diving championship, she can finish her high school career as one of the WPIAL’s best ever.
Wrestlers from South Park and Mt. Lebanon turned in notable performances at the PIAA championship tournament.
South Fayette wrestler Mike Carr released plenty of pent up emotion after winning a state championship.
Four Franklin Regional wrestlers capped an impressive season by winning state titles.
Box scores from Friday, March 13, 2015
PIAA boys playoffs: The Dragons beat Mt. Lebanon, 60-57, at North Allegheny to earn a spot in the quarterfinals for the first time in 27
Quaker Valley (21-1-1) beat Hempfield, 3-2, in the Penguins Cup semis at 84 Lumber Arena; Mars (19-4-1) topped Deer Lakes (17-6-1), 4-3.
Mars’ Taylor Hockenberry won the diving championships with a score of 426.75. The next-closest was Brittany Hart of Riverside at 411.30.
North Allegheny, the WPIAL runner-up, lost to Harrisburg, 65-62, in a Class AAAA second-round game Wednesday at Altoona.
PIAA girls playoffs: Chassidy Omogrosso had 21 points as WPIAL Class AAA champion Blackhawk defeated District 10 runner-up Mercyhurst Prep.