Sophomore Hunter Bruce shoots a 1-over 73 at Southpointe Golf Club to hold on for WPIAL Class AAA championship
Mia Kness rallies on back nine to finish tied for sixth at WPIAL Class AAA individual golf finals.
With three girls who are 6 feet 2, volleyball team powering its way to the top of the standings.
Olivia Zambruno captures WPIAL AA individual championship by five strokes.
Despite heavy loss to graduation, versatile Knights the team to beat in Class AAA Section 1.
Bobcats’ girls volleyball team is living up to expectations after a strong postseason run last year.
But it’s the two close victories that have field hockey team encouraged.
Rappelling down the side of a building just a small fight for Jen McCrady.
Behind individual medalist Jason Li, Panthers confident heading into Class AA event.
Yellowjackets reshuffle lineup and girls volleyball team is stronger than ever.
Laurel Shymansky and Amanda Nord won the WPIAL Class AAA girls doubles championship, while Zoe Bojalad and Emily Kraus won it in Class AA.
Hampton’s Balish, Greensburg Central Catholic’s Zambruno have somewhat similar stories in winning WPIAL individual girls titles.
The 23 inductees include two former NFL players, a bronze medalist from the 1948 Olympics and a former WNBA player.
Shaler moves back up to Class AAA, should be a Penguins Cup contender after losing in the semifinals in 2014-15.
Two runners placed first again in a big cross country meet Saturday: Nick Wolk (Peters Township) and Lauren Finikiotis (Oakland Catholic).
Junior Jason Li slips past teammate for Class AA boys golf championship at his home course, Allegheny Country Club.
WPIAL girls doubles tournament is on the horizon, and Laurel Shymansky and Amanda Nord eye another Class AAA tennis championship.
Two-time world champion wrestler Spencer Lee anxious to begin rehabilitation process.
Vikings hoping run through tournament is an indicator of good things to come for hockey team.
Drop to Class A makes Indians’ hockey team an early favorite.
Despite leading their section, Spartans face another low seed in the postseason.
After dominating PIHL Class A hockey, both teams are now forced to move up to Class AA.
Despite being the smallest school in Class AAA, the girls volleyball team is holding its own in Section 3.
Girls volleyball team looks to avenge early loss in rugged Section 2.
The Raiders' shutout of the previously unbeaten and fifth-ranked Rams opens the door for themselves and North Allegheny.
No. 1 Dragons win rematch of last season's City League football title game against No. 2 Bulls.
Anne Taylor upsets top seed to win Class AA singles championship.
Victories in two tournaments in three weeks set the tone for girls volleyball team.
Ananya Dua defeats North Allegheny’s Anna Li to retain her individual singles championship.
Girls volleyball team returns plenty of starters and is taking advantage of all that experience.
Charlotte Madson loses in WPIAL semifinals, then falls in Class AAA singles consolation match.
Jake Dixon also excels at football and basketball, but commits to Lewis University for volleyball.
Girls volleyball team has remarkable string of bad luck, but still manages to rise to the top.
For third year in a row, Natalia Perry comes up short in her quest for a WPIAL Class AAA singles championship.
PA Cyber student Johnna Beehner fine-tunes her golf game to became one of WPIAL’s top players.
Olivia Zambruno finishes 10th in national competition and experiences the thrill of the Masters.
Garet Ciaramella, one of the top PIHL goaltenders, will play for the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Junior Knights U-18 team.
Claims second Class AAA crown in row, 6-3, 6-4.
Ananya Dua of Shady Side is the Class AAA favorite. The Class AA field is wide open.
Anthony Cordaro of Fox Chapel and Chris Tanabe of Quaker Valley set out to retain their WPIAL golf titles.
Conditioning program has girls volleyball team primed for fourth postseason appearance under coach Amanda Fetter.
Griffin Mackey wins Class A race at Red, White and Blue Invitational, but loses to rival.
Former girls basketball coach Laura Grimm takes over as athletic director.
Girls volleyball team wins Upper St. Clair tournament for second year in a row.
Lauren Finikiotis, a Mars Borough resident, captures Class AAA race at Red, White and Blue cross country meet.
Expected to be in a rebuilding process, girls volleyball team retools in a hurry.
Dom Perretta is one of the top cross country runners in the WPIAL.
Doug Biega, longtime basketball coach for Tigers, enjoys his time outside as head of cross country program.
Girls volleyball team ready for another dogfight in rugged Class AA Section 1.
Panthers guard Yacine Diop faces charges after a reported incident on campus last month.