High School Sports


Fox Chapel duo wins Class AAA girls tennis doubles crown

Laurel Shymansky and Amanda Nord won the WPIAL Class AAA girls doubles championship, while Zoe Bojalad and Emily Kraus won it in Class AA.

Athletes of the Week: Zach Chandler & Lauren Finikiotis

Avonworth quarterback Zach Chandler and Oakland Catholic cross country runner Lauren Finikiotis are this week’s honorees.



High school notebook: PIAA to decide if Farrell can rejoin WPIAL

The Steelers have made a push to leave District 10 and come back to the WPIAL, where they shined in several sports last century.

High school highlights: Repeat titles at Schenley Park Oval

Two runners placed first again in a big cross country meet Saturday: Nick Wolk (Peters Township) and Lauren Finikiotis (Oakland Catholic).


Athlete Of The Week

Athletes of the Week: Nick Sodini & Maya Watkins

Nick Sodini of Canon-McMillan and Maya Watkins of New Brighton are this week’s honorees.

Athletes of the Week: Terron Murphy & Samantha Amos

Terron Murphy of Bethel Park and Samantha Amos of Upper St. Clair are this week’s honorees.


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The second Pittsburgh City League Hall of Fame class announced

The 23 inductees include two former NFL players, a bronze medalist from the 1948 Olympics and a former WNBA player.

Defending PIAA champion from Sewickley Academy adds WPIAL title

Junior Jason Li slips past teammate for Class AA boys golf championship at his home course, Allegheny Country Club.


Sports town

Alumni Update - Kayla Bulat (La Roche)

ERIE, PA – The La Roche College women's volleyball team opened AMCC Conference play falling to Penn State Behrend on Saturday

Alumni Update - Sarah Bilheimer (Juniata)

OWSON, Md.- The Landmark Conference on Monday announced its Athletes of the Week in field hockey. Seniors Sarah Bilheimer and


West Jefferson Hills School Board suspends girls basketball coaches

The basketball coaches were suspended Sept. 23 over what one of them called “a parent issue.”

Moon Area senior hopes Hoops, Heart ‘N’ Heroes tournament will raise awareness

Stephen Englert is holding a basketball tournament to draw attention to the rate of sudden cardiac death among college basketball players.