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Upper St. Clair’s 48-0 loss to Woodland Hills wasn’t just the biggest defeat in Jim Render’s time as coach, it was the school’s worst ever.
Buccaneers kicker Mike Cushma converts four FGs in victory vs. Crusaders.
Summary from Saturday, Sept. 27, 2014
Ben DiNucci and Connor Slomka helped the Rams overwhelm the Indians in a clash of unbeaten Class AAAA Northern Eight Conference rivals.
The dominant Quips forced the mercy rule again behind their powerful ground attack in a win against previously unbeaten New Brighton.
Brayden Thimons threw a 5-yard touchdown pass with 17 seconds remaining, providing a Highlands a thrilling 28-27 win against Apollo-Ridge.
The Highlanders’ aerial attack wasn’t enough to knock off the Indians, who remained unbeaten in the Southeastern Conference.
The fourth-ranked Little Prexies turned a one-point deficit into a rout of Mount Pleasant in a clash of Interstate Conference unbeatens.
West Allegheny scored with 33 seconds left on a 13-yard run by Terence Stephens to pull out a narrow 21-14 road victory against Montour.
Carmichaels (2-3, 2-2) rebounded from a tough loss last week to defeat California (0-5, 0-4), 34-22.
Summaries from Friday, Sept. 27, 2014
Individual leaders from Friday, Sept. 26, 2014
Divergent styles clash in showdown
Four WPIAL stars are from smaller schools that don't have rich football traditions and have produced few Division I college players.
Glenn McDougal is a wingman at heart and now he has South Side Beaver flying high again.
A couple of returns for touchdowns helped lead the Bulls past Perry for their first City League victory.
Jordan Whitehead plans to make his college decision a week from today, but even those close to him don't know what he is thinking.
The Dragons rolled to an easy victory at Cupples Stadium to stay undefeated in City League play and improve to 4-1 overall.
Quaker Valley sophomore Chris Tanabe shot an even-par-72 to win the WPIAL Class AA individual title at Youghiogheny Country Club.
When Burgettstwn ended a 24-game losing streak last Friday, the Blue Devils coach couldn’t have been happier.
West Allegheny has cruised through its first four games of the season, but the Indians face a test against Montour Friday.
After the sudden and surprising resignation by Mauro Monz, his staff has stayed on to lead the Carlynton football program.
Nathan Block’s name might suggest he would be a fine offensive linemen, but he’s actually a very effective running back.
Experienced Knights to challenge Greater Allegheny Conference leaders.
Lancers defeat Burrell, 35-20, to exorcise demons of 15-game skid.
Bethel Park had to open the season against one of the toughest schedules in the WPIAL.
Two of the five teams scrambling behind Thomas Jefferson in the Big Nine Conference will meet Friday night.
Juniors Brett Laffoon and Tim Vecchio help unbeaten Warriors to Foothills lead.
Brett Zanotto, a Maryland recruit, is enjoying an excellent season for Franklin Regional and his coach appreciates it.
Defense shutting down all opposition as football team storms to 4-0 start.
Jayhawks unbeaten since dropping to Class A in Eastern Conference.
Former NFL lineman no longer the Big Macs football coach.
Historically accurate quarterback Ben DiNucci has the game -- and in this town, the name -- to be considered elite under center for the
The Golden Tornado had no need to throw, dominating the Titans in the running game for a blowout win on the road.
Summaries from Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014
Tre Tipton and Duane Brown continued their dominance on the ground at Shady Side Academy, leading Apollo-Ridge to a 46-20 win.
In a game in which Penn Hills had 488 rushing yards, Malik Mathis had 132 yards and two touchdowns in a 41-21 win against Mt. Lebanon.
The Indians allowed a big comeback, but then pulled off a rally of their own to stay perfect and keep Seneca Valley winless.
New Brighton mounted a furious rally to score 49 unanswered points for a 59-34 victory against visiting Beaver Area.
Ron Brown threw for three touchdowns and ran for two more to lead University Prep to a 46-26 win against Perry.
Non-conference summaries grouped by classification of winning team.
Individual leaders from Friday, Sept. 19, 2014
The No. 3 Rebels held star running back DeWayne Murray in check to pick up a hard-fought win in the Class AA Century Conference.
Saturday afternoon high school football games in the WPIAL are like telephone booths. You can't find many of them any more.
The Rams pulled off an upset of the fourth-ranked team with a Big Nine Conference victory.
John Ruane has almost quietly pushed Penn-Trafford into the upper echelon of Class AAAA programs.
Josh Drwal helped the Antelopes stay perfect with a non-conference rout of Shenango.
Damon Rosol and Rod Steele first crossed paths in seventh grade at the Washington Education Center in Lawrenceville.
With so few teams left in City League, every week is a big game.
Indians face difficult test this week against unbeaten Mt. Lebanon.