Players, teams and storylines to watch and preseason rankings.
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.
Centurions forced to deal with the departure of top tennis sisters Alyvia and Michaela Kluska.
Jenny Feiertag returns to coaching to lead a talented Spartans’ girls volleyball team.
Experience and depth could be keys to a successful run for Bobcats’ girls tennis team.
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.
A family said coach Kirsten Burkes cut two sisters from the team improperly.
Justin Hickey up for the challenge of directing athletics program.
Competition will be fierce this season for the Panthers as they return to PIHL play and Penguins Cup competition.
Ricci Rich, 36, leaves Moon Area to take his dream job at Trinity.
Ashlei Walsh one of four Warriors to compete in national meet in Virginia.
Before last season, the PIHL radically altered its format for determining team placement throughout its three classifications.
Despite having the second-best record in PIHL Class A hockey last season, Lancers will field only a junior varsity team.
Jake Woodley places fourth at 170 pounds in a return trip to USA Wrestling Cadet National Championships.
Former Pitt club hockey coach Joe Rodella takes over for defending Class AAA PIHL champion.
Luke Pletcher, ranked No. 2 in the nation at his weight, has verbally committed to Ohio State.
Wrestling standout, former Burrell coach Joe Makara takes over Mustangs’ wrestling program.
Shayla Scott hoping to transcend her will to succeed onto her students as new athletic director.
Kiski Area dropped its varsity program in an effort to rebuild the young team. Now with more experience, the Cavaliers are bringing it back.
Natalia Perry and Rochan Ramesh win singles titles in USTA event.