Raiders one of four top boys soccer seeds to win opening playoff matches.
Flames enjoy best football season in more than a decade.
Carlinos Acie scored rushed for 178 yards and four touchdowns to help the Tiger overcome a 13-point deficit and win, 34-19.
West Mifflin beats Belle Vernon in Class 4A battle.
Summaries from Friday, Oct. 21, 2016
The win puts the Quips in position for a postseason berth.
Tyreque Feed rushed for two touchdowns to drive Perry to the entrance of the City League playoffswith a win against Allderdice.
Jeannette outpaces Mapletown by scoring big early and shutting down the Maples.
Individual leaders from Friday, Oct. 21, 2016
Class 6A roundup: No. 4 Mt. Lebanon used a 21-point fourth quarter to pull away from Penn Hills and seize a 56-26 non-conference win.
Class 5A roundup: Armstrong tailback Zane Dudek moved up to No. 3 on the WPIAL's all-time rushing list.
Three back eclipsed the 100-yard mark for the Spartans in a 38-14 victory against Blackhawk.
West Allegheny got the opportunity to prove they at the top of WPIAL Class 5A football by beating Woodland Hills.
Denise Adams of Emsworth, mother of five and grandmother of 18, is a well-known fixture in the bleachers at Northgate games.
Despite impressive credentials, the star Armstrong High School running back has been snubbed by big-time colleges.
Junior tackle is playing like one of the WPIAL’s best defensive linemen in recent years
Like every other team, the Rams are ready to start over with a clean slate with the start of the postseason.
Knights are nationally rank and appear ready for another title run as playoffs are about to begin.
It’s a No. 1 (West Allegheny) vs. No. 2 (Woodland Hills) matchup in this Class 5A Allegheny Nine showdown.
Foxes are on a three-game winning streak after opening the season 0-5.
North Allegheny football player Ethan Maenza and Norwin tennis player Maria Santilli are athletes of the week.
WPIAL champion Vikings must trim down their talented roster as they head to PIAA championships.
New weekly television show could provide plenty of high school drama, and The Fumbler is just the guy to produce it.
The Cougars seem to be magnets for close games; Penn Hills passing attack resurfaces, at least for one week; and more.
Anne Taylor wraps up second consecutive trip to state finals and will be helping the Bobcats in the team competition Tuesday.
Boys cross country team has won the past 11 WPIAL championships as it prepares for Thursday’s final at Cooper’s Lake.
Seniors Katie Shideler and Rena Israel sharing starting goalie duties, playing one half each in every game.
For the first time, the boys soccer team is section champ and is headed to the playoffs.
In addition to big-names Paris Ford and DeWayne Murray, Todd Hill has emerged as one of the WPIAL’s top underclassmen.
Terry Swanson plays football at Toledo, Tara Savisky volleyball at Flagler College and Cole Macek football at Army.
The game against Sto-Rox will begin at 4:30 p.m. and attendance is open only to parents of football players.
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‘Oakland Zoo’ area will be sold as reserve seating; Beaver Falls’ DL Jeter ends his commitment to Notre Dame.
Mike White answers high school football questions and more in his weekly chat with readers.
When Jeter committed to Notre Dame in September, he said his other two finalists were Pitt and Michigan.
Riverside’s Skyler Fox and Central Valley’s Kiaria Porter were the WPIAL champions who advanced to the final round of the PIAA
Senior quarterback has career statistics that are unmatched in WPIAL history.
Picking the top-ranked team in WPIAL Class 3A is difficult, but the Bobcats returned to the top of the ladder.
The Wolverines came up with a monumental play on a 93-yard touchdown pass to cap a furious rally and lift Woodland Hills past host Moon.
The Panthers beat Cardinal Wuerl North Catholic after stopping a potential game-tying 2-point conversion.
Norwin and Our Lady of the Sacred Heart win WPIAL girls tennis singles titles for first time.
Quame Gaines rushed for 165 yards and three touchdowns for in a Westinghouse win against Allderdice.
Ironmen improve to 7-0 with another lopsided victory in Class 2A.
Beaver Falls sends clear message by defeating No. 1 Central Valley
A very strong second-half performance leads No. 4 Mt. Lebanon past Peters Township.
Keystone Oaks quarterback shines in victory against Apollo-Ridge
Armstrong senior Zane Dudek rushed for 248 yards and three touchdowns, as well as scored on a blocked field goal and an interception return.
Summaries from Friday, Oct. 14, 2016
Individual leaders from Friday, Oct. 7, 2016
Thomas Jefferson shows no mercy in defeating visiting Belle Vernon, 55-0. It was the Jaguars seventh mercy-rule win of the season.