Results from PIAA Class AA Girls Track Championships
Results from PIAA Class AAA Girls Track Championships
Brianna Schwartz quickly made a name for herself at the WPIAL track and field championships.
Results from PIAA Class AA Boys Track Championships
It's just the second time WPIAL athletes finished first and second in the event since 1979.
Results from PIAA Class AAA Boys Track Championships
Spartans standout Maddie Holmberg just missed a gold medal in the long jump at the PIAA Class AAA track and field championships.
Alayna Astuto was perfect as she helped the Big Macs blank Hempfield, 5-0, and advance to the Class AAA championship.
The Panthers fell to the Irish, 5-3, in the second round of the conference playoffs; former PSU QB Bench transfers to South Florida.
In 2010, the Seton-LaSalle boys lacrosse team won just one game and got beat in a scrimmage, 30-1. Four years later, they're champions.
In a game featuring two lightning delays and plenty of scoring, Shaler Area rallied to defeat Chartiers Valley, 15-14.
It's not often that an athletic program can legitimately be referred to as a dynasty.
Nelson Westwood had a triple as the Quakers defeated Deer Lakes, 4-0, Tuesday in the WPIAL Class AA baseball semifinals.
It had been 15 years since two undefeated teams met so deep into the WPIAL softball season.
Brianna Schwartz had always favored basketball. Distance racing was a distant second on her list of favorite sports.
For the first time since 1998, Beaver has secured a spot in the WPIAL softball playoffs.
A tennis doubles team representing Blackhawk High School will compete in this weekend's state tournament in Hershey.
Hopewell's Shatori Walker-Kimbrough adds to her impressive high school athletic resume by winning two WPIAL track and field championships.
One would have to pardon the Beaver baseball team while it sits back and enjoys a senior moment.
Two-time defending champ Seneca Valley, North Allegheny meet again, this time for WPIAL Class AAAA title.
Preseason No. 1 Deer Lakes finishes regular season unbeaten behind veteran group of familiar faces.
Top-seeded Mt. Lebanon, No. 2 North Allegheny collide in WPIAL Division I boys lacrosse championship.
Hempfield falls in WPIAL semifinals, but looks to regroup with PIAA berth on the line.
Mt. Lebanon will vie for the WPIAL Division I boys lacrosse title tonight when it meets North Allegheny.
With WPIAL gold now in hand, North Allegheny sprinter Kyle Shivetts shifts his focus to the PIAA championships.
Risk pays off with productive season for Serra Catholic softball team.
With WPIAL titles now secured, Springdale's Emily Lelis sets sights on PIAA championships.
Washington's Shai McKenzie is a hot name on the college football recruiting trail, but he's also a standout in track and field.
Pitcher/outfielder Adam Fredley has been a key player for the Deer Lakes baseball team.
It was singles play that ultimately doomed Shady Side and Sewickley at the PIAA team tennis tournaments last weekend.
Mt. Lebanon freshman Kelsey Potts got a good look at a record-setting performance at her first WPIAL track championship meet last week.
Young Obama Academy volleyball team gains experience in a hurry en route to second City title in a row.
Area high school players show off talents in front of college coaches at first combine at Hempfield.
Gateway senior thrower Anthony Bauccio's road to the winner's platform has been a long and hard-fought one.
Hempfield sophomore Maddie Holmberg captures WPIAL gold, now sets sights on PIAA championships.
Matt Haupt, a senior, became the first male athlete at Our Lady of the Sacred Heart to win a gold medal at the WPIAL championships.
Hopewell will take on undefeated South Park in the WPIAL Class AAA championship game Tuesday.
Undefeated South Park has a big challenge on its hands as it prepares for the WPIAL Class AAA baseball championship game.
Mt. Lebanon junior Peter Hazlett, the runner-up at the WPIAL Class AAA singles tournament, will by out to earn state honors this weekend.
After winning the WPIAL championship in the high jump last week, Ambridge's India McCoy is in pursuit of her first state title.
Wilkinsburg grad and former Latrobe coach Tom Harbert inducted into the Pennsylvania wrestling hall of fame.
Our Lady of Sacred Heart and pitcher Preston Falascino slipped past California to earn the school's first Class A final appearance.
The Tigers' balanced lineup chipped away and pitcher Mitch Machi tossed a two-hitter to shut out Hempfield, 3-0.
Undefeated South Park got the only run it needed in the first and advanced to the WPIAL Class AAA title game.
Pitt baseball coach Joe Jordano and eight players take home top honors in the conference; Penn State men's basketball loses an assistant.
North Allegheny is back for another championship game appearance in Class AAA in WPIAL boys volleyball.
Six teams in the WPIAL baseball semifinals are entering unfamiliar territory.
Second-seeded Latrobe earned a first-round bye in the WPIAL Class AAAA softball playoffs.
The desire to spend more time with his wife and young daughters prompts Chris Mary's decision to retire from coaching at Canon-McMillan.
WPIAL semifinal previews in all four classes.
The WPIAL and the cable station announced Monday that they have extended their contract to televise the four title games at Heinz Field.
It was a 24-hour run to glory. One day, Jonathan Dorogy was helping Seneca Valley baseball team, the next he hit the track.
Final Regular Season Softball Pitching Leaders
Final Regular Season Baseball Statistical Leaders
Results from WPIAL Boys Class AA Track and Field Championships
Results from WPIAL Girls Class AA Track and Field Championships
Gateway's Montae Nicholson never competed in the WPIAL track and championships before this year.
Results from WPIAL Boys Class AAA Track and Field Championships
Results from WPIAL Girls Class AAA Track and Field Championships
Shaler's Brianna Schwartz not only managed to stand out among her peers at Baldwin High School, but she also made history in the process.
Highlands was two outs away from pulling off one of the biggest WPIAL softball playoff upsets in a number of years.
Freshman quarterback Chavas Rawlins will leave West Virginia.
North Allegheny boys volleyball: Tommy Keisling; Shady Side Academy girls lacrosse: Felicia Tossenbaum.
Raiders pitcher throws 1-hitter in victory against Bethel Park.
The Obama Academy boys' volleyball team won its second City League title in a row, sweeping past Allderdice.
Beaver's Austin Logan pitches 2-hitter in 6-0 victory against Laurel in WPIAL Classs AA quarterfinal baseball game.
This was the season that Keystone Oaks baseball coach Scott Crimone was pointing toward and his team hasn't let him down.
Evenly matched Ellis School, Greater Latrobe begin quest for WPIAL girls lacrosse title.
Vincentian Academy softball team battles injuries, lack of depth to qualify for playoffs.i
Freedom Area's DeeDee Adams will compete in four running events at today's WPIAL track championships.
Hall of Fame coach Rick Tatrn leads Deer Lakes into WPIAL volleyball playoffs.
Although it's a virtual fixture in the postseason, the Mt. Lebanon boys lacrosse team doesn't presume anything.
The Norwin and Derry Area boys volleyball teams enter the playoffs with one goal in mind.
Under coach Bill Palermo, Sto-Rox is a perennial contender for WPIAL softball championships, but that's not what is most important to him.
South Park, which came on strong at the end of the regular season, won its first-round WPIAL playoff match and will now face Ambridge.
Four teams from Class AA Section 1 have advanced to the final eight of the WPIAL boys volleyball tournament.
Penn Hills hurdler Nevia Orsini waiting for showdown in WPIAL championships.
Once again Class AA Section 3 flexes its tennis muscles by sending four teams into WPIAL semifinals.
Senior group leads Central Catholic baseball team to section title and into the WPIAL playoffs.
North Allegheny's Brett Neugebauer, Seneca Valley's Dan Cashdollar running neck and neck in pole vault competition.
North Allegheny senior Brooke Mancuso one of the favorites to bring home a medal in the pole vault among WPIAL Class AAA competitors.
The North Allegheny baseball team boasts seven players batting better than .300, but what makes this team truly special isn't offense.
Seton-LaSalle won its section title again in softball, but the Rebels season was ended in the first round of the playoffs by Beaver.
DiQuan Ambrose will be out to display his versatility at the WPIAL track and field championships today as he pursues titles in four events.
Two South Park High School standouts are preparing to compete in their specialties at the WPIAL track & field championship meet today.
First-year coach Anthony Manley turning things around for Greensburg Central Catholic baseball.
Baldwin junior will be out to please the home crowd at today's district championship meet.
Preston Falascino is having an excellent season statistically, but the only number he is concerned with is his team's victory total.
Trinity turning in big results with small numbers on the track.
The Aliquippa High School boys 400-meter relay team will be out to retain its WPIAL championship today at Baldwin.
Years of hard work pay off for Woodland Hills softball team with rare postseason appearance.
Hard work pays off as Shaler earns top seed in WPIAL girls lacrosse tournament.
City League Boys Track and Field Championships
City League Girls Track and Field Championships
Shaler's Brianna Schwartz already is among the best distance runners in recent WPIAL history and is on the cusp of adding to her lore.
Batting with the bases loaded and two outs in the bottom of the seventh and the score tied, Carly Konopka belted a grand slam for the win.
Riverside won PIAA titles the past two seasons. Monday, Shady Side Academy ended Riverside's season much earlier.
When Hampton and Trinity met Monday in the WPIAL playoffs, it was expected to be a low-scoring game.
He is a 6-foot-1, 200-pound left-handed junior pitcher at Blackhawk and what he has done so far in his career is impressive.
Steelers receiver Antonio Brown treated the PIAA champion Clairton football team to a night of food and games Friday at Dave and Buster's.