Pine-Richland’s Ryan Okuda pitched a two-hitter and struck out nine in a 1-0 6A Section 1 victory against Butler and Cade Negley.
Rams’ Ryan Okuda wins 1-0 duel with Butler’s Cade Negley.
New Castle’s Hooker is a projected first-rounder, but Gateway’s Nicholson also could be selected.
Projected early pick will spend his NFL draft night with family and friends at a banquet hall in his hometown.
Two-way star who is projected as a top pick in MLB draft has a memorable day against Eastern Kentucky.
Winning close games has not been Penn-Trafford’s forte. In fact, the Warriors had lost their past five one-run games. That changed Monday.
Tim Joyce won the past two WPIAL titles but says he was ousted because of parent complaints.
Junior Hunter Robinson blazed to first-place finishes in the 100-, 200- and 400-meter dashes.
Zach Rohaley tossed 6 innings and the Class 6A No. 3-ranked Big Macs scored a big 4-1 win against No. 4 Peters Township in Section 3.
Baseball America believes the Minnesota Twins will select the two-way contributor with the No. 1 overall pick.
(Through Sunday, April 16, 2017)
(Through Sunday, April 16, 2017)
Athletic directors association will present new rule to PIAA board of directors.
Mike Crawford plays baseball at West Allegheny and Megan McCrady plays lacrosse at Fox Chapel.
National network to televise Rams season opener Aug. 27 against Wayne High of Ohio.
Balanced attack has Tigers’ boys team sitting atop the state Class 3A poll.
Roundball Classic unites players who have battled all season for one night at Geneva College.
Indians hoping to ride momentum of successful southern trip to a WPIAL title.
Indians rout short-handed Fox Chapel in signature win and are ready to make a run at elusive team championship.
Already one of the most decorated distance runners in WPIAL history, this senior also is a class valedictorian.
One of area’s top baseball players will join WPIAL alumnus at defending NCAA champ Coastal Carolina next season.
Colts’ pitching has kept games close, but baseball team is waiting for the bats to come around.
Happ is playing baseball in the Cubs organization, Thorpe is running track at Notre Dame and Fragale is playing baseball at Virginia Tech.
Burrell’s Scherer and Weimer are both No. 1 in two different events
At contentious meeting where some called for resignation of principal Kevin Murray, the board instead hired him as football coach.
Ryan Okuda and Troy LaNeve are headed to play baseball at a Division I school and showed why in a Pine-Richland win against North Allegheny.
Mr. Bower, a longtime college football official and short-distance runner, died April 11 at the age of 93.
Shepherd withdrew from Beaver Falls two weeks ago and was enrolled at Aliquippa on Tuesday.
The Woodland Hills school board still must approve Murray’s hiring at a meeting Wednesday night.
It was the quality of hits not the quantity in the non-section game Monday between Shaler and Moon.
He left his mark on athletic programs at his high school and university.
Pine-Richland’s Amanda Kalin, Trinity’s Sierra Kotchman and Cardinal Wuerl North Catholic’s Sam Breen are tops in respective
Palmer led Sewickley Academy to a PIAA Class 2A boys basketball title this season.
Serra Catholic star Nate Piontka tossed a no-hitter against Bichop Canevin.
The Burrell track and field star took the 100- and 200-meter dash at the Tri-State Invitational last Saturday.
With only two starters back, Yellowjackets are learning on the fly under new coach Ed Carr.
Warriors score 73 runs through the first five games and show little sign of slowing down; Chartiers-Houston moves up, still puts up wins.
Coaches Joe Cowart and Ralph Blundo meet with NFL scouts and execs about the former New Castle High star.
Sarah Durham hoping to bring consistency to the boys program.
Only a sophomore, Freyvogel wins qualifier to earn a spot in the LPGA developmental league tournament.
Led by Megan McCrady and Kate Goodwin, Foxes are off to a strong start; Seneca Valley boys look to keep momentum going.
New format puts individual singles and doubles tournaments after the team champion has been decided.
Jayla Ellis and Alex Trower each stood out at Penn Hills, but have taken their track talents to other schools.
Senior is an outstanding pitcher and outfielder who carries a .600 batting average.
DeMichiei plays lacrosse at Marquette, Smith plays baseball at Canisius and Wilson plays softball at Bloomfield.
Plum senior Nolan Puhala has been named the 2017 Post-Gazette Stellar Six Player of the Year.
Top-ranked Buccaneers suffer first defeat.
No. 1 Blackhawk gets its offense going,thanks to pitcher Mark Engel, to defeat No 2 South Fayette in a Section 2 matchup,
Brandon Stone, a 6-foot-10 forward, has decided to transfer from Southmoreland to a small prep school in Arden, N.C.