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The Yough girls soccer team let up a goal for the first time, but the Cougars edged South Fayette, 3-2, in a WPIAL Class AA quarterfinal.
The Moon girls soccer team moved up to Class AAA this season, but that didn’t stop the Tigers from reaching the postseason once again.
The Sewickley Academy boys soccer team earns top seed, first-round bye in WPIAL playoffs.
Girls soccer team storms into postseason on strength of defense.
After a tough start to the season, the Seton-LaSalle boys soccer team rallied to win a share of the Section 3-A title.
With a lot of experienced, talented players, Peters Township has once again returned to the WPIAL playoffs.
Sophomore Bailey Cartwright steps up to fill offensive void at Greensburg Central Catholic.
Knights' depth leads to impressive run for boys soccer team.
Walter Hubsch and Fritz Wiltman scored to lead No. 15 seed Quaker Valley to a 2-0 win at No. 2 Mars in a WPIAL Class AA first-round playoff.
Casey Aunkst added another big moment to her memorable weekend, helping the Warriors to an overtime first-round win against North Allegheny.
The Post-Gazette selects two high school athletes each week for their outstanding achievements.
They have been playing girls soccer in the WPIAL for more than three decades. Never has there been a team like Yough.
Unranked in the preseason, the Norwin girls soccer team completes a successful regular season.
An eight-game section winning streak lands the Vikings boys soccer team the Section 1-AA title.
Girls soccer team finishes second in Section 3-AAA.
Despite several new players, boys soccer team caps a perfect run through Section 2-A.
An accident at home knocked their coach out for the season, but the Upper St. Clair boys soccer team has prospered.
Upper St. Clair will enter the WPIAL Class AAA girls soccer playoffs in grand fashion, as a section champion.
Two boys and two girls from WPIAL shot well enough in the PIAA Western Regional to advance to the state championships next week in York.
The Post-Gazette plans to publish boys and girls soccer scoring leaders next week.
Standout running back James Duchi became the 61st player in WPIAL history to rush for 4,000 yards in a victory Saturday at Burgettstown.
The Post-Gazette takes note of the achievements of two district high school athletes.
High school highlights: Brashear had little trouble in the City League Thursday night, rolling past Carrick at Cupples Stadium.
For the fifth year in a row, the Mars girls soccer team will head into the postseason as unbeaten section champions.
After losing a key player to injury, South Fayette had to change its style, and it’s worked well.
Rallying to finish .500 last year has paid off this season for the Franklin Regional girls soccer team.
Boys soccer team finishes on top for first time since joining WPIAL 14 years ago.
Although Central Valley and Hopewell have dominated in Section 3-AA girls soccer in recent years, Montour crashed the party this year.
A loss in last season’s playoffs provides plenty of fuel for the Rams girls soccer team.
Raiders attacking and defending their way to top of boys soccer standings.
The No. 5 Raiders claimed the Class AAA Section 2 title again thanks to a little help from North Allegheny’s loss to Shaler.
Garrett Blake’s goal with two minutes left in the game gave Class AAA No. 2 Upper St. Clair a 2-1 win at No. 3 Peters Township.
The Mars Area girls soccer team's section win streak reaches 70.
With the injection of some talented freshmen into the lineup, the South Park girls soccer team is a force to be reckoned with.
Camaraderie, unity key to soccer team's success despite eight foreign-born players on its roster.
Ryan Sproule scored three times to help Class AAA No. 1 Central Catholic clinch Section 4 with a win against Bethel Park.
A couple of returns for touchdowns helped lead the Bulls past Perry for their first City League victory.
A breakdown of players: 3 Hispanic, 9 African, 9 Bhutanese, 10 Caucasian, 4 Asian, 4 mixed race, and 2 African-American.
Boys and girls scoring leaders for WPIAL teams through Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014
Blackhawk has had to deal with a bunch of injuries but still has a shot to be a playoff team.
Despite a plethora of injuries, Riverside remains in contention for a WPIAL playoff spot in girls soccer.
Top-ranked girls soccer team primed for another run to WPIAL championship.
Road games could test the unbeaten boys soccer team.
Converting a goalkeeper into a forward has helped Ringgold vie for section honors in boys soccer.
With a solid veteran core returning, is expected to make a run in the WPIAL playoffs this year.
Veteran defense sets its sights on school record for goals allowed.
Boys soccer team can score goals, but stopping them is key.
North Allegheny tops Seneca Valley, 2-0, in Class AAA Section 2 boys soccer.