Advance coverage of tonight’s gridiron action, from Mike White’s Varsity Notebook to the prognostications of the formidable Fumbler.
Art Rooney II said the team can support Martavis Bryant, but ultimately it will be up to Bryant if he wants to avoid further discipline.
Nobody asked me, but . . .
Forward Pascal Dupuis gradually working back into hockey after harrowing, life-threatening bout with blood clot in his lung.
A “silent, respectful vigil” remembered the dogs that died in the operation that led to Michael Vick serving 21 months in prison.
A three-game series against the NL Central leaders give the Pirates a chance to cut into lead, but winning at Busch Stadium a challenge.
The preseason could not have gone much worse with the loss of Maurkice Pouncey, a couple of kickers, and now Deflategate overturned.
The Duquesne Youth Athletic Association was able to repair the stadium grandstand with help from Sam’s Club and local businesses.
The shocking 31-17 loss adds little extra motivation for players such as Lafayette Pitts who thought it was an easy one for the win column.
Senior safety Jordan Lucas uses his little brother Brandon to serve as his motivation.
Mr. Cummings prepared the winners of almost 7,000 races during his training career, which started in 1953.
DiMantae Bronaugh’s world was rocked by the news of a Leukemia diagnosis last Thursday.
We could potentially near the record high for the opening day of high school football, which came in 1953 when the thermometer soared to 95.
It will be a battle of Upper St. Clair’s physically huge offensive line and Penn Hills’ read-option offense.
Mike White breaks down the top themes for the district high school football season.
Uwe Schneider spent about four months using in a wheelchair after falling two stories while doing housework last July.
Players, teams and storylines to watch and preseason rankings.
During a Mentored Youth Fishing program on Labor Day, Sept. 7, increased angling opportunities will be available for kids.
Track reschedules Firecracker 100 for Saturday, pairing it with the Working Man 50 on Friday for a big weekend of racing in Sarver.
Each week freelancer Brad Everett will take a look around the area and write about the most intriguing football highlights.
Stephen Englert is holding a basketball tournament to draw attention to the rate of sudden cardiac death among college basketball players.
Thomas Jefferson (0-0) vs. Ringgold (0-0)
District is ready to show off its shiny, new ... and gold ... football field.
Tackles Cory Tucker of South Park and Kyle Henderson of Moon lead the way for SRU’s efforts up front.
The girls volleyball team has been a regular in postseason play and looks for more of the same this season.
Charlotte Madson hoping summer tournaments translate into WPIAL success.
Attendance, ownership keys to professional softball team’s future.
Talented senior James Harris ready to use his arm to lead Vulcans offense.
Knoch (0-0) vs. Franklin Regional (0-0)
Centurions forced to deal with the departure of top tennis sisters Alyvia and Michaela Kluska.
Valerie Dunlap chosen by W&J as its representative for NCAA national award.
Girls soccer coach ready to step in where he left off three years ago.
Jenny Feiertag returns to coaching to lead a talented Spartans’ girls volleyball team.
Linebacker Gavin Sandidge ready for final season after leading Spartans in tackles last season.
Led by defensive back Christian Carter, Griffins looking to improve on last year’s finish.
Carrington Motley receives NCAA’s highest award for his efforts as student-athlete.
Montour (0-0) vs. Central Valley (0-0)
Experience and depth could be keys to a successful run for Bobcats’ girls tennis team.
An experienced boys soccer team returns this year in hopes of making the PIAA championship for the fourth consecutive year.
Senior Eric Blinn is a record-setting receiver with two first-team All-Presidents’ Athletic Conference nominations under his belt.
Ananya Dua hoping to become only the fourth WPIAL player to repeat as PIAA singles champion.
Coach Doug Vandervort could have the tallest girls volleyball team in the WPIAL.
Foxes have quantity and quality returning this season as it eyes a girls soccer playoff run.
Cameron and Shane Cress help anchor the offensive line for the Golden Eagles.
Mike Vick started at quarterback and completed three of five passes for 24 yards before Landry Jones took over late in the first half.
Francisco Liriano issued five walks, two of which scored, and the Pirates lost, 5-3, as the Brewers swept the series at Miller Park.
With eight starters back, West Virginia’s defense hopes to build on its 2014 progress, but it will be counted on more than ever.
The NFL said it will appeal the ruling, which came out forcefully in Brady’s favor, maligning the NFL for its handling of the scandal.
The Cleveland Indians rescinded their waiver claim of Deolis Guerra, which helped the Pirates promote Pedro Florimon Wednesday.
Redshirt freshman Alex Bookser seemed to indicate Wednesday that he and fellow redshirt freshman Brian O’Neill would be the starting