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Steve Carney has plans to build a successful wrestling program at Knoch High school.
Here are the top returning Class AAA wrestlers in the North Xtra area.
After a successful 11-year run at Shaler, Kris Ruppert has decided to step down as Titans volleyball coach.
Austin Cassidy is helping Upper St. Clair turn a losing season into a winner on the ice.
Belle Vernon’s new wrestling coach has moved into a job with favorable circumstances.
Here are the top returning Class AAA wrestlers in the South Xtra area.
After a notable season a year ago, the Penn-Trafford hockey team is feeling some profound effects from graduation.
With a list of all-stars returning, Franklin Regional rates as the area’s top Class AAA wrestling team.
Here are the East Xtra area’s top returning wrestlers in Class AAA.
A few teams moved out of Section 4-AAA, but it should still be very competitive.
Here are some wrestlers to watch in the West Xtra area this season.
A standout for the West Allegheny hockey team last season, Jess Ligas has decided to concentrate his play for a travel team.
After closing last season on an 0-6-1 slide, Moon has turned things around on the ice to start the new campaign.
A WPIAL title followed by a run to the final four in the state was a rewarding experience for the Baldwin girls volleyball team.
Under second-year coach Terry Virtue, Canon-McMillan is battling for the top spot in PIHL Class AAA.
Centurions defeat defending PIAA champion Marian Catholic in five-set thriller in volleyball final.
Bill Closson a two-time PIAA and NCAA place-winner in wrestling.
The Centurions claimed the PIAA girls volleyball championship, the WPIAL’s first in any classification since 2006.
Developmental year last year helps hockey team turn things around this season.
Bishop Canevin and Beaver Area closed their volleyball seasons finishing in the top eight in the state of their respective classes.
Season ends in five-set thriller in PIAA volleyball quarterfinals.
For a time, it appeared that the Thomas Jefferson volleyball team would reach the state semifinals, but that chance slipped away.
Greensburg Central Catholic ended a three-year drought for WPIAL teams reaching the PIAA volleyball final.
The Highlanders again beat Seneca Valley in a thriller to get back to the PIAA semifinals after a 10-year drought.
After an 11-year drought, Baldwin returns to the top of WPIAL girls volleyball.
Team's victory ends Shady Side's dominance in Class AA field hockey.
Centurions get revenge on Bishop Canevin in WPIAL volleyball championship.
Bishop Canevin lost “the rubber match” in its volleyball rivalry with Greensburg Central Catholic.
Beaver Area’s Taylor sisters earned silver medals at the PIAA tennis tournament last weekend in Hershey.
Shady Side's Ananya Dua, North Allegheny team bring home tennis gold.
Tigers stomp Pine-Richland, move on to PIAA field hockey tournament.
Cross country team uses a pack mentality to capture PIAA gold.
Scoring most points doesn't pay off for Tigers' girls volleyball team.
The Raiders edged McDowell in the first round of the PIAA playoffs Tuesday night.
Shady Side’s Ananya Dua won the PIAA Class AAA singles championship Saturday in Hershey, Pa., defeating North Allegheny's Anna Li, 6-1, 6-1.
Brianna Schwartz, the WPIAL record-holder, claimed a win in 17 minutes, 39 seconds, nine seconds ahead of Pennsbury's Olivia Sargent.
Baldwin, Ford City and Greensburg Central Catholic claimed titles.
North athletes dominate at almost every level at cross country championships.
Canon-McMillan’s boys cross country team surprised the field with a second-place finish at the WPIAL Class AAA championship meet.
Tied for the lead after 36 holes, Canon-McMillan’s Lauren Waller lost the PIAA Class AAA championship in a sudden-death playoff.
High school volleyball coaches give their feedback on how to improve their sport.
After winning two PIAA track championships last spring, Beaver Falls’ Dominic Peretta is hunting more state gold.
A move up in competition and nasty weather couldn’t stop the Central Valley girls from winning another state golf championship.
In WPIAL girls quarterfinals, No. 8 North Allegheny beat No. 1 Shaler, 3-1, in Class AAA; No. 11 Beaver swept No. 3 Hopewell in Class AA.
Maddy Snyder scored three goals to lift North Allegheny to a 4-0 win against Pine-Richland in the WPIAL Class AAA field hockey championship.