Steelers doctor likens comeback from injury to that of Rod Woodson for Spartans standout Randall LaBrie.
The Blue Devils are now .500 on the season at 3-3 after a big win against the Scotties in the Class AA Interstate Conference.
Summaries from Saturday, Oct. 10, 2015
The Panthers topped the Talbots, 21-2, Friday night to improve their conference record to 5-1.
The Blue Devils carry some much needed momentum now into a major conference showdown with unbeaten Woodland Hills.
The Bears’ offense erupted in the second half to defeat the Jayhawks on Friday.
The Rams got a scare from their Northern Eight Conference rival Raiders, but quarterback Phil Jurkovec was a stud by air and ground again.
Frazier got its fourth shutout of the season, beating Beth-Center, 21-0.
The top two teams in the Allegheny Conference met Friday night at Highlands, and the Yellowjackets came out on top.
Summaries from Friday, Oct. 9, 2015
Individual leaders from Friday, Oct. 9, 2015
Eli Brooks had a big night, scoring three touchdowns in a 31-21 victory against Gateway on Friday.
The state’s strongest district has a lot of questions to answer on how to move forward.
The days of two- and three-sport athletes, however, might be dying.
The top-ranked Lions had only given up four goals in an 11-game winning streak, but the Golden Eagles broke out for a 2-1 victory.
Sophomore Hunter Bruce shoots a 1-over 73 at Southpointe Golf Club to hold on for WPIAL Class AAA championship
Development of youth soccer has helped the high school soccer teams flourish, including two of the WPIAL’s top scorers.
Bookend defensive ends Andre Guest and Chris Stanford too much for opposing offenses.
Laurel Shymansky and Amanda Nord won the WPIAL Class AAA girls doubles championship, while Zoe Bojalad and Emily Kraus won it in Class AA.
Avonworth quarterback Zach Chandler and Oakland Catholic cross country runner Lauren Finikiotis are this week’s honorees.
Saturday’s game was stopped by the game officials in the third quarter after an altercation on the field, WPIAL officials said.
Since the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic League started state playoffs in 1988, there have been four classifications in football.
Hampton’s Balish, Greensburg Central Catholic’s Zambruno have somewhat similar stories in winning WPIAL individual girls titles.
Chartiers Valley won, 3-2, Tuesday, handing Canon-McMillan its second loss in a row.
The 23 inductees include two former NFL players, a bronze medalist from the 1948 Olympics and a former WNBA player.
Shaler moves back up to Class AAA, should be a Penguins Cup contender after losing in the semifinals in 2014-15.
Seneca Valley School District is being recognized for its good sportsmanship.
The Steelers have made a push to leave District 10 and come back to the WPIAL, where they shined in several sports last century.
Two runners placed first again in a big cross country meet Saturday: Nick Wolk (Peters Township) and Lauren Finikiotis (Oakland Catholic).
Summaries from Saturday, Oct. 3, 2015
The Rams are now 14-0 against conference opponents since dropping down from Class AAA.
A stellar performance from the Wolverines’ Jo-El Shaw helped Woodland Hills coach George Novak earn his 293rd career win.
West Allegheny’s Terence Stephens and Whitney White combined for 305 rushing yards in a 47-14 victory Friday.
The upstart Mustangs' quest for perfection and a Foothills Conference championship was dealt a big blow Friday by the feisty Cavaliers.
Star running back DeWayne Murray again led No. 5 Steel Valley, this time in a non-conference showdown against Freeport.
The Jayhawks cruised right past Springdale Friday night in a Class A Eastern Conference game to remain undefeated.
The Little Prexies had little trouble on the road in a 44-14 walloping of the previously unbeaten Vikings in Class AA.
Summaries from Friday, Oct. 2, 2015
Individual leaders from Friday, Oct. 2, 2015
Luke Durigon rushed just short of 200 yards in Belle Vernon’s 21-7 win against West Mifflin.
Junior Jason Li slips past teammate for Class AA boys golf championship at his home course, Allegheny Country Club.
Shawn Rutherford getting comfortable with new system and the results are beginning to show.
Mac Christy does it all for Knights’ football team, just as his father, Jeff, did at Freeport, Pitt and the NFL.
As expected, Eagles are once again one of the Class AA boys soccer teams to beat.
The Raiders' shutout of the previously unbeaten and fifth-ranked Rams opens the door for themselves and North Allegheny.
Boys and girls scoring leaders for WPIAL teams through Sunday, Sept. 27, 2015
The medical examiner’s office found that the spleen of Evan Murray, 17, was “abnormally enlarged,” making it more susceptible to injury.
The WPIAL’s leading rusher is Lancers senior Hunter Burns, who’s new to his position but has been unstoppable early in the season.
Deer Lakes improved to 3-0 (4-0 overall) with a 28-9 victory at Shady Side Academy (1-3, 1-3) Saturday in a Class AA Allegheny Conference
Summaries from Saturday, Sept. 26, 2015