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For the ninth season in a row, No. 1 seed Burrell sits atop WPIAL Class AA wrestling after beating McGuffey to win the team tournament.
The second-seeded Panthers took down undefeated No. 1 seed Belle Vernon in thrilling fashion.
North Allegheny is currently riding a six-game unbeaten streak in which it has gone 5-0-1 and has a two-point lead over Moon for first
Belle Vernon advanced to the semifinals of the WPIAL Class AAA team tournament for the first time in school history Wednesday night at home.
Brooks Wilding stands at 96-41 as he approaches wrestling’s Century Club.
Seniors George Farrell and Reed Farber lead hockey team in quest for playoffs.
Devin Austin passes on football, decides to wrestle at Pitt-Johnstown.
Joe Demor, a freshman at South Side Beaver, is off to an auspicious start to his high school wrestling career.
The OLSH hockey team, which is actually a multi co-op program, faces a difficult schedule to end the regular season.
West Allegheny swimmer Jarod Kehl would prefer winning a state championship over a district title, but he’d like to have both.
Forward Brett Berner is the top goal-scorer in Class AA for Indians’ hockey team.
With numbers down, wrestling team's future is up in the air.
Girls team in search of elusive PIAA gold medal.
There could be some fresh faces and new teams taking home the gold in the WPIAL playoffs that begin this week.
Since losing to Hempfield in the second game of the season, Quaker Valley has been virtually unbeatable.
WPIAL section tournaments: Second-ranked Panthers record five pins in championship match against No. 2 Latrobe.
Despite missing three starters, Tigers' wrestling team rolls to Allegheny County tournament championship.
Returning PIAA qualifiers have girls swim team a favorite.
Despite missing players to amateur teams, Planets' hockey team is cruising along.
Two advance to finals at Allegheny County Wrestling Championships.
Hockey team still solid despite youth on its roster.
Fred Mantsch is a top 220-pound wrestler when not battling injuries.
Spartans' hockey team focusing on getting healthy to regain surge.
Zack Jablonski captures his first Allegheny County wrestling championship in the 285-pound bracket.
Experience paying off as hockey team continues to improve.
The Hempfield swim team tries to move on, but also keep alive the memory of its late captain, Judson Shiffler.
At least one of the Saturday’s champions at the Allegheny County Tournament is already looking ahead to trying to do it again next year.
Peters Township was supposed to have a challenging road coming into the season as defending Pennsylvania Cup champion.
Shaler wrestlers nip Fox Chapel to forge three-way tie for first in Class AAA section 3B.
South Fayette’s Jared Walker has three WPIAL titles to his credit, but he has never won an Allegheny County championship.
Mercy McCarthy returns for her third stint as swimming and diving coach.
Since recovering from injury, 285-pound wrestler has been nearly unbeatable.
Led by eight finalists, West Allegheny ran away with the team title at the Midwestern Athletic Conference wrestling tournament.
After a torrid 6-0 start to the season, Moon is trying to return to that dominating edge in PIHL Class AA hockey.
North Allegheny is the favorite, but plenty of others will make some noise.
A plethora of the area's top grapplers will be showcased at the Allegheny County Tournament this weekend.
Latrobe’s Luke Pletcher and Hempfield’s Sam Krivus took home championships against familiar opponents at Franklin Regional.
Three athletes from the WPIAL are ranked among the top 15 in the country while others from district schools have signed with major colleges.
Peters Township rallied to record a 33-31 victory by taking pins in the final three matches against visiting Bethel Park.
Butler County wrestling teams felt left out with no tournament to call its own.
"Defense first" attitude has hockey team near the top of Class A standings.
Bethel Park’s hockey team is using a tried and true system to rate as a PIHL contender once again.
With a strong senior class serving as the nucleus, the Upper St. Clair boys swimming team rates as a strong contender for WPIAL honors.
Plenty of potential for both boys and girls teams.
Panthers top 48-team field with narrow victory against team from California.
Defending champion West Allegheny will send another strong contingent to the Midwestern Athletic Conference wrestling tournament.
The Westmoreland County Coaches tournament this weekend may feature a bout between Latrobe's Luke Pletcher and Derry's George Phillippi.
While hockey's growth continues unabated, its financial burden for schools makes it unlikely it will become a PIAA-sanctioned sport.