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A legendary track and field and athlete was in Jordan Geist’s sights literally.
High school highlights: No. 1 Tigers defeat No. 3 Shaler, 7-2, to win the WPIAL Section 3 title outright.
Team chemistry helps girls lacrosse team to the top of Division 2.
The bigger the meet the better for senior Kelsey Plecenik.
As the season has progressed, so has the Warriors’ boys volleyball team.
A standout in football, Bricen Garner also one of the top jumpers in the WPIAL.
Ambridge sophomore Isaac Elliott has posted the fastest times in the state in the 100- and 200-meter dashes.
Sara Bell will compete for a prestigious gymnastics title at the Level 9 division in Florida next week.
Hannah Bablak is establishing herself as one of the top middle-distance runners in the WPIAL.
Boys volleyball team has a run of seven consecutive WPIAL titles.
Brevin Banton has recorded some of the best times in the WPIAL in the hurdles events.
With an unbeaten record through its first 10 section volleyball matches, Bethel rates as the team to beat.
Because it competes in two leagues, Mt. Lebanon has a chance to win more than one lacrosse championship.
West Allegheny topples Chartiers Valley, 11-2, after scoring nine runs in sixth inning to break a 2-2 tie.
The team will still go to the WPIAL playoffs despite forfeiting four victories because of a new WPIAL rule.
Nate Fichtner, a Memphis recruit, hit an RBI triple in the sixth spark a 3-2 home win against Class AAAA No. 2 Plum in a Section 4 game.
It wasn’t a perfect day for Marianne Abdalah, but she dominated the field for a victory in the 3,200.
The Black Hawks were dominant Thursday as they snatched the Class AAAA Section 4 lead from the No. 2 Big Macs, 14-4, in five innings.
District receiving Title I funding to improve student achievement.
Kevin Garbark was hampered by a hamstring injury a year ago, but now healthy, he’s emerged as one of the WPIAL’s top sprinters.
With some unexpected “recruits,” Baldwin is among the top teams in WPIAL boys volleyball.
A Peters Township doubles team reached the WPIAL semifinals, but two consecutive losses kept it from qualifying for the state tournament.
Coming off a WPIAL girls lacrosse championship, the Blue Devils are enjoying another strong season.
Freshmen Kevin Lee and Turner Price top two players in Warriors’ winning tennis lineup.
Boys volleyball team hoping this is the year it earns a second WPIAL title.
When it comes to her track and field specialties, Koryn Jozwiakowski is a work-aholic.
Despite a tremendous amount of youth and inexperience, Beaver County Christian appears to be headed to the WPIAL volleyball playoffs.
With its usual strong team, Blackhawk could make a serious run at a WPIAL team tennis title.
Goaltender Aubrie Tarris playing key role in girls lacrosse team’s success.
Rare upset in WPIAL doubles tournament leaves Indians without a representative in PIAA run.
Dan Follett comes through on vow to turn boys volleyball team into a title contender.
The Underdog Warriors got redemption for a blowout loss earlier in the season by upsetting the top-ranked Bobcats.
Jordan Geist was the only male to set a record at the Butler Invitational as his 66-11/2 throw in the shot put shattered the previous mark.
Two-time WPIAL champion girls lacrosse team once again headed toward the postseason.
Sid Rajupet advances by virtue of injury default in WPIAL consolation match.
Andrew Koryak has lofty goals as one of top middle distance runners in the state.
Zak Roberts returns to his alma mater to take over for legendary volleyball coach Rick Tatrn.
Lexi Stevenson know this is her last chance to go for gold in WPIAL and state track.
Steel Valley has all the ingredients to make a serious run at a section title.
With a solid lineup, this could be the year Mt. Lebanon ends Shady Side’s stranglehold on the team tennis title.
With a unified front and some talented athletes, Peters Township is ready to challenge for WPIAL lacrosse honors.
Sophomore Isaiah Bailey building up slowly to his marquee event, the 800-meter run.
New coach helping boys lacrosse team turn things around.
Behind solid play of junior Rochan Ramesh, Panthers once again strong in boys tennis.
Rick “Storm” Peterson, a retired Air Force colonel, has boys volleyball team off to 6-0 start in section.
After winning the WPIAL Class AA singles title, Carlynton’s Luke Phillips has a chance to win the school’s first state title.
With a senior-laden squad, Moon is having an impressive season on the lacrosse field.
Winning pitcher Brandon Donovan pitched all eight innings and struck out 19, and Alex Ligeros went 4 for 5 with two RBIs to lead the
Austin Kitchen struck out 15 in six innings to help Class AAAA No. 1 Mt. Lebanon win, 14-4, against No. 5 Peters Township in Section 5.
The Tigers boys and Blue Devils girls captured team titles Saturday at West Mifflin.