High School Sports


WPIAL softball playoffs: Unbeaten Mohawk reaches final

In a battle of Class AA unbeatens, No. 2 Mohawk bested No. 3 Seton-LaSalle and star pitcher Lauren Zola to advance to the WPIAL final.

West Mifflin speedster Todd Sekowski runs bases and the track

As it turns out, Todd Sekowski is a man for one season, starring on the Titans baseball team before winning a WPIAL championship in track.



West Xtra: Quigley twosome finishes among WPIAL batting leaders

Although Quigley Catholic had just a so-so baseball season, two Spartans distinguished themselves with their play on the field.

Central Catholic fights back, reaches WPIAL title game

For the first time since 1979 when a guy by the name of Dan Marino was playing, Central Catholic is in a WPIAL baseball championship game.


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South Xtra: After some near misses, Washington's Isbell finally wins WPIAL gold

After dealing with some frustration from past years, Wash High’s DeQuay Isbell relishes his success at WPIAL championship meet.

South/West Xtra: South Fayette freshman runs to a WPIAL championship

Rachel Helbling surprised many — even her own coaches and teammates — by winning the 400-meter dash title at the WPIAL championship meet.


Sports town

Baseball: Quigley pair was a big hit

John D'Abruzzo profiles Quigley baseball players Matt Evans and Jake Schwab. "Despite failing to qualify for the WPIAL playoffs,

Lacrosse: Surprising Hampton to play for WPIAL title

Marky Billson profiles the Hampton boys lacrosse team. "When the Hampton Talbots play Canon-McMillan at 6 tonight for their

Athlete Of The Week

Athletes of the Week: Austin Kitchen & Bailey Parshall

Two pitchers, Austin Kitchen of Mt. Lebanon and Bailey Parshall of Belle Vernon, earn honors this week.

Athletes of the week: Marianne Abdalah & Alex Kirilloff

Vincentian Academy track and field runner Marianne Abdalah and Plum baseball player Alex Kirilloff and are this week’s honorees.



North/West Xtra: Quaker Valley coach steps down

Gene Klein walks away from boys soccer team a second time, completing a run of 29 seasons.





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