Hayden Robinson of the Avonworth/Northgate track team might not yet be on older sister Hunter’s level, but that didn’t matter Friday.
Pine-Richland coach Tom Reighard was let go despite having successful season that included a WPIAL Class AAAA semifinals appearance.
Petersen Events Center puts in bid to play host to state basketball finals for next four years.
Jared Isaacs skips singles tournament to focus on winning WPIAL doubles title with Richard Hofmann.
The Spartans are still in the driver’s seat for a repeat section championship, but Saturday’s loss to Armstrong was a wake-up call.
The Spartans’ top hitter so far this year might not pass the eye test, but has been a menace for opposing pitchers in his senior season.
After a dropoff last year as defending WPIAL champs, the Jaguars regain that winning touch.
A senior right-handed pitcher, Fraschetti is close to 30 career wins
Two sets of cousins playing big role in the success of the Colts’ boys team.
Palmer does it all at Sewickley Academy: Boys basketball coach, golf coach, softball coach and athletic director.
Matt DeSalvo to enter National College Baseball Hall of Fame as one of the all-time great pitchers.
MIDWESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS
Alabama joined the list of colleges that have offered Wade, who is rated the No. 1 defensive back in the country in the class of 2017.
North Allegheny’s Jared Isaacs and Richard Hoffman and Sewickley’s Don and Ryan Gex win WPIAL titles.
Christian Fedko’s eight RBIs against St. Joseph ties for third-most in a U.S. high school inning.
The federal suit claims Brian Begor carried on inappropriate behavior and was hired despite removal from earlier job.
Sehnert entered last week as the WPIAL leader in home runs, with six in 10 games.
Friday brought impressive performances from Central Catholic, Knoch’s Jordan Geist, Avonworth’s Hunter Robinson and others.
Chartiers Valley pitcher Ross Wilkerson and Ringgold sprinter Bailey Cooper.
It has been five years since the mound was moved back in high school softball ... and the change has had an affect.
Shortstop Christian and second baseman Kyler Fedko are 18 months apart, but have been almost equally productive for the Royals this season.
No. 1 Ambridge edges No. 2 Beaver County Christian, but the Class AA powers meet again.
Major League Baseball scouts come in large numbers to watch star player take BP.
Bri Dobson has been pitching and hitting the Titans to the top of the WPIAL Class AAAA rankings.
Josh Raymundo’s offseason surgery means doubles team won’t win a second gold medal.
With returning standout Nick Riggle leading the way, the Golden Eagles aren’t much for yielding runs in Class AA Section 4.
Offense has been leading the attack as team relies on upperclass leadership.
Micah Watts, a West Mifflin resident, won the 100- and 200-meter dashes at the Tri-State invitational.
WPIAL leaders through Sunday, April 17, 2016
WPIAL leaders through Sunday, April 17, 2016
With the move to six classifications, the WPIAL decided to have the 1A and 2A football title games played at Robert Morris, not Heinz Field.
Alex Kirilloff, a senior left-hander, allowed one hit — which ended his no-hit bid in the seventh inning — and struck out 13 in a big win
Box scores from Saturday’s games.
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The Indians boys won a team title, but Micah Watts and Nikki Scherer rose above the pack as dominant sprinters Saturday at West Mifflin.
Results from this weekend’s games.
The Indians have never won a WPIAL championship in baseball.
Luke Ross of Sewickley took down Luke Phillips of Carlynton in the boys final Tuesday, but their rivalry may have a next chapter.
The ”Quad North” might be as strong as ever, while Belle Vernon and Our Lady of the Sacred Heart are off to hot starts in AAA and A.
Jake Dixon was a better football and basketball player than most in the WPIAL, but he reigns supreme and has a college future in volleyball.
The top high school shot putter in the country, Knoch junior Jordan Geist, is coached by his mother.
Coach Craig Taliani’s Lancers have come a long way in the past decade-plus; youth movement for Greensburg Salem; and more.
Senior co-captains Tommy and JP Pellis have helped the Centurions to another strong start in Class A under the guidance of a new coach.
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Made up of local players, the team recently won the national championship, the first from the Pittsburgh to win a Tier 1 title.
Quaker Valley three-sport standout Amos Luptak and South Side Beaver softball slugger Connor McGaffic.
The local high school sports league has elected 15 people and two teams to its hall of fame.
Chris Gladden breezed to a 6-3, 6-1 victory to become the first Big Macs player to win a title since tennis split into two classes in 1999.
McConnell lost a total of 51 games in eight years of high school and college; his NBA team has lost more than 70 this season.
Allderdice’s Buddy Valinsky, Mars’ Rob Carmody and Aliquippa’s Nick Lackovich voted high school basketball coaches of the year.