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In less than a year, star Shaler runner Brianna Schwartz has experienced two events that could change her life forever.
Maddie Holmberg says her knee feels good. But it's her heart that will hurt most this spring.
Leah Smith is considered one of the best collegiate swimmers in the country, and she proved it twice last weekend.
A changing of the guard could take place in WPIAL boys volleyball this season.
Penalties mar Penguins Cup champs in Pennsylvania Cup effort.
Alumna Ellen Toy will no longer coach volleyball due to health reasons.
Top scorers gone as Gators begin “new era” in boys lacrosse.
Isaiah Brooks returns to defend WPIAL Class AAA triple jump title.
Late flurry by Bayard Rustin buries Planets in quest for state hockey championship.
Seniors to provide key leadership under new coach Chip Young.
Jamie Kyriazis is resigning after 15 years as wrestling coach.
Canon-McMillan can’t overcome penalties, falls, 6-4, to Holy Ghost Prep in Class AAA hockey title game.
Bayard Rustin fends off Mars’ barrage of shots to win Class A Pennsylvania Cup hockey title.
Austin Tonkovich lead Canon-McMillan to its second PIHL Class AAA Penguins Cup title in the past six years.
A look at the three games this weekend at Penn State.
Penguins Cup champion Planets to test defensive skills in Pennsylvania Cup game Saturday.
Earns two individual gold medals in Class AA swimming championships.
Ryan Dudzinski was disqualified in one of his best events at the WPIAL championships, but he overcame that disappointment at the state meet.
Conor Hartnett has been sizzling in goal for Class AAA Penguins Cup champion Canon-McMillan.
Future is bright despite loss in Penguins Cup semifinals.
Jarod Kehl capped an excellent high school swimming career by winning a PIAA championship in the 500-yard freestyle.
The Pennsylvania squad couldn’t quite keep pace with the nation’s top wrestlers, dropping a 31-14 match at Fitzgerald Field House.
With many of the area’s top wrestlers picked for the Pennsylvania all-star team, the WPIAL squad wasn’t as strong as previous years.
The overall strength of the WPIAL this season could make things tougher for the WPIAL all-star team in the Dapper Dan Wrestling Classic.
WPIAL athletes, including Norwin’s Kathryn Painter, dominated on the first day of the PIAA Class AAA swimming and diving championships.
The Big Macs advance to the PIHL Class AAA Pennsylvania Cup championship with the 4-0 victory.
The Ramblers ended a long Penguins Cup drought by avenging a loss earlier this season to the Riverhawks.
Quaker Valley was the victim of some bad bounces, while the Planets took advantage to reach another PIHL championship game.
Maria Lohman successfully defends her PIAA Class AAA diving title.
Te'Shan Campbell is the first wrestler in the 41-year history of the Dapper Dan Wrestling Classic to be chosen twice by the committee.
When the PIHL realigned in the offseason, the idea was to restore a competitive balance throughout the league.
The WPIAL advanced 28 swimmers and four relay teams into the consolation or championship in the PIAA swimming and diving championships.
The South Fayette wrestler releases lots of pent-up emotion after winning his first PIAA championship.
As Maria Lohman aims for her third PIAA diving championship, she can finish her high school career as one of the WPIAL’s best ever.
After being hit hard by graduation attrition, Bishop Canevin wasn’t expected to have a great hockey season, but it did.
North Hills’ Gage Curry came o-so close to winning his first PIAA wrestling championship.
After winning 11 more games than last season, the Shaler Titans were stopped in the PIHL semifinals.
North Allegheny’s boys and girls teams are serious threats to win state swimming titles.
Wrestlers from South Park and Mt. Lebanon turned in notable performances at the PIAA championship tournament.
South Fayette wrestler Mike Carr released plenty of pent up emotion after winning a state championship.
Four Franklin Regional wrestlers capped an impressive season by winning state titles.
Burrell heavyweight Al Beattie had an impressive high school resumé that was only missing one thing -- until last Saturday.
WPIAL champion Norman Gregory is hoping to add to his trophy case at the state championships.
It took some doing, but Central Catholic earned a spot in the PIHL Class AAA playoff field.
Quaker Valley (21-1-1) beat Hempfield, 3-2, in the Penguins Cup semis at 84 Lumber Arena; Mars (19-4-1) topped Deer Lakes (17-6-1), 4-3.
Mars’ Taylor Hockenberry won the diving championships with a score of 426.75. The next-closest was Brittany Hart of Riverside at 411.30.
The potent Big Macs rolled to a 7-0 rout of North Allegheny in the Penguins Cup semifinals Tuesday night at 84 Lumber Arena.
Bishop Canevin fell, 8-2, to Cathedral Prep, while Shaler lost to Armstrong, 4-3, in overtime.
The Pennsylvania all-star team will have a heavy WPIAL influence Sunday in the Dapper Dan Wrestling Classic at Fitzgerald Field House.
The Panthers became the sixth team to have four champions in one year and the first from the WPIAL since 1990.