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The Centurions went on to claim their first WPIAL baseball championship in school history.
Frank Fraschetti pitched a three-hitter to lead the Neshannock to a 4-0 victory against Quaker Valley in the WPIAL Class AA championship.
WPIAL baseball: Norwin pitchers throw nothing but shutouts to spark unexpected playoff run.
Central Catholic’s baseball team has many connections to its 1979 predecessor, the previous Vikings squad to reach the WPIAL final.
WPIAL softball: Freshman Bailey Parshall holds the keys to Belle Vernon’s success in the WPIAL Class AAA championship vs. Yough.
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.
Although Quigley Catholic had just a so-so baseball season, two Spartans distinguished themselves with their play on the field.
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.
High school baseball/softball playoffs: Centurions score two runs in final inning with two outs to reach Class A championship.
John Driggers tossed his second consecutive shutout and led No. 9 Norwin to a 7-0 upset of Mt. Lebanon in a WPIAL Class AAAA quarterfinal.
Obama Academy stuns top-seeded Derry Area in Class AA boys volleyball semifinals.
Seton-LaSalle’s Lauren Zola put together another sparkling performance, this one stopping Neshannock's quest for a third consecutive title.
Ian Happ, now starring at Cincinnati, is named AAC player of the year and is on the watch list for the Golden Spikes Award.
Steel Valley capitalized on a slew of Brownsville mistakes to rally from four runs down and beat the Falcons, 8-4, in a quarterfinal.
Titans’ big right-hander limits Mustangs to just three hits in a 1-0 WPIAL Class AAAA quarterfinal baseball victory.
High school softball playoffs: In the only game completed, No. 3 Jeff-Morgan tops No. 6 Sewickley Academy, 3-1, in a Class A quarterfinal.
Brendan McKay, now a sensation at Louisville, earns several ACC honors in his freshman season.
The Darlington native tallied an 8-2 record with a 1.64 ERA for Louisville this season.
First-year baseball coach Ray Antonelli has turned the Warriors into a winner.
Final 2015 Regular Season for WPIAL and City League
Final 2015 Regular Season for WPIAL
Lancers seniors set the tone for softball team’s success.
Baseball team replaces top three pitchers and still manages to make it to postseason.
Corey Augenstein, a senior at Bethel Park, will play college baseball at Pitt after his outstanding high school career ends.
Freshman pitching phenom Bailey Parshall has helped Belle Vernon to the No. 1 seed in the WPIAL Class AAA playoffs.
Dom DeRenzo has been a leader at the plate and behind it for Vikings’ baseball team.
First baseman Dom Mori has been a team leader with a .365 batting average.
Taylor Hoffman sets record for softball team in only 17 games and 63 at-bats.
Though he’s short in stature, West Allegheny senior Tyler Amedure has come up big for the Indians this baseball season.
Despite a tremendous start to the high school baseball season, Moon failed to qualify for the WPIAL playoffs.
Despite a move up to Class AAA, Beaver Area continues to remain a WPIAL softball powerhouse.
Fox Chapel beats Allderdice in the opening round of Class AAAA baseball playoffs, and it was the Foxes' first playoff win since 1978.
The Vikings rally past Franklin Regional in a WPIAL Class AAAA first-round playoff game at West Mifflin.
Two-run home run lifts No. 13 Southmoreland to a 6-2 win against No. 4-seeded Beaver in a Class AAA first-round softball game.
No. 14 seed Bishop Canevin used a six-run ninth to shock No. 3 Vincentian, 9-3, in a WPIAL Class A first-round game at North Allegheny.
Tara Fowler’s RBI single in the bottom of the seventh helped Canon-McMillan rally for a 6-5 win against Latrobe in a first-round game.
The Knights make rare advance in WPIAL Class AAA baseball playoffs by beating Belle Vernon, 5-1.
WPIAL changes schedule so a team’s ace won’t be able to pitch the quarterfinal, semifinal and championship games.
Class AAAA - Top seeds: Mt. Lebanon is first, Plum second, Seneca Valley third, Hempfield fourth.
Class AAAA — Top seeds: Hempfield is first, North Allegheny second, Baldwin third, Shaler fourth.
Learning from early-season mistakes, the OLSH baseball team rallied to win the section title.
With an almost entirely new lineup this season Western Beaver still earned a share of its section baseball championship.
Like the school’s girls basketball team, the Cougars softball team is playoff-bound thanks to a strong senior nucleus.
Knights’ baseball team wins section title, now hoping a deep pitching staff carries team in playoffs.
Talbots’ pitching and solid offense are keys to softball team’s success.
The defending WPIAL Class AA baseball champions have come on strong in the late going to earn a playoff berth.
Despite losing its starting pitcher early in the season, the Baldwin softball team responds by sharing the section championship.
Baseball team qualifies for WPIAL playoffs for first time in school history.
Girls softball team discovers early season workouts yield successful run to playoffs.
Defending champ in Class AAA West Allegheny upset on the road in Section 3 play by an unlikely opponent.