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Wrestling team was nearly dropped, but continues to gain respectability.
Hockey team improving, but still not happy with inconsistencies.
Eastern Area Invitational wrestling tournament to showcase area's top teams and talent.
Jesse Yeckel has been a key element in the hockey team's recent success.
Six wrestlers at district high schools hope to make a return to the state tournament come March.
After a rugged start to the hockey season, Moon is raising its level of play.
Former Pitt standout Tyler Nauman can't wait to see his team perform on the mats this season.
Mt. Lebanon resident A.J. Catanzariti has played amateur tennis in Maryland for the past few years, but he's moving on to Texas for college.
As a freshman, Peters Township's Jenna Jaworski sustained a major concussion, but worked her way back onto the field.
Canon-McMillan's Solomon Chishko and Kittanning's Jason Nolf enter the season with a chance to join the WPIAL's most exclusive club.
After winning just one game last season, the Montour hockey team is much more competitive this season.
Two Westmoreland County teams could challenge Canon-McMillan for WPIAL supremacy.
Baldwin coach George McCormack is still battling cancer, but his assistants are trying to carry on.
Canon-McMillan figures to be a factor when the Penguins Cup playoffs come around.
A new coach hopes to turn Keystone Oaks into a winner.
Bart LaLonde hasn't yet graduated from Slippery Rock University, but he's the varsity wrestling coach at Mars.
Marty Hubert, one of the few experienced players returning from a state championship team, leads North Allegheny.
After losing a large and talented senior class, the Hempfield hockey team has stepped down to the Open Class for this season.
Former assistant coach Jeff Havelka will replace Bill Sutton as coach of the Bucs' wrestling team.
Producing lots of offense shouldn't present much of a problem for the Chartiers Valley hockey team.
Pine-Richland's hockey team has stepped up to Class AAA, but the Rams continue to be competitive.
Golden Rams' wrestling team gets needed boost from coach Grant Walters, a Burrell alumnus.
Gators' hockey team drops to Open Class to try to retool after heavy loss to graduation.
Freeport, North Allegheny fall short in PIAA volleyball tournament.
Water polo team captures second boys championship in a row.
The Bethel Park girls gave defending PIAA champion Landisville Hempfield all it could handle in a Class AAA semifinal, but the Black Hawks
Plum lost 10 seniors from last season's Class AA Penguins Cup quarterfinalist, but despite heavy attrition may be better in 2013-14.
For the seniors on the Bishop Canevin volleyball team, winning a WPIAL title was extra rewarding.
West Allegheny junior Alexis O'Shea battled through some nagging injuries to finish third in the PIAA Class AA cross country championship.
Top-ranked Tigers' volleyball team sweeps to WPIAL championship.
Marlys Bridgham dominates in run to PIAA Class AAA tennis championship.
Yellowjackets sweep top-seeded Indiana to win WPIAL girls volleyball championship.
Indians rally to defeat Winchester Thurston for WPIAL field hockey championship.
Marianne Abdalah captures PIAA Class A cross country championship in record time.
Girls volleyball team falls short against favored Bishop Canevin.
Led by sophomore standout Kelsey Potts, the Mt. Lebanon girls put forth an impressive showing at the PIAA cross country championships.