Both teams began varsity competition in December.
At least one Westmoreland County Coaches Association participant has captured PIAA gold the past 22 years.
Spartans are finally healthy and looking like a team to beat in the Penguins Cup playoffs.
Taylor Petrak hoping to end her career on a high note with another WPIAL championship, once she decides on the events.
Meanwhile, Kiski Area dominates the field in the team race in the competition at Franklin Regional.
Indians are looking at big things in the relays for the boys and Abby Hay leading the way for the girls.
Brendan Furman, a four-year starter with the Big Macs, turns in impressive victory at the Powerade Christmas Tournament.
Plenty of wrestlers return to the mats, including Powerade champions.
New coach helps Colts turn program around in Class 1A after struggling in Class 2A.
Canon-McMillan took over sole possession of first place in Class 3A Section 4A with a convincing 50-19 road victory Wednesday at Waynesburg.
The Powerade Christmas Wrestling tournament celebrated its 50th anniversary at Canon-McMillan High School. Franklin Regional enjoyed the
Blue Devils know they have their work cut out if they are to dethrone the champion Tigers.
Behind two freshman goaltenders, Quakers are closing in on first-place Mt. Lebanon.
Ron Frank looking to become only the third WPIAL coach to garner 400 victories.
The Indians are working with mostly new players defensively in front of a rotating goaltender trio, but it’s been a success so far.
A PIAA champion swimmer returns to Highlands in senior Bailey Bonnett, a Kentucky recruit.
Updates on local standouts bracing for the Powerade Christmas Tournament, another tournament at West Mifflin and elsewhere.
Elite local grapplers always seem to show up in droves for what used to be the California University of Pa. Tournament.