Cavaliers show a solid, deep lineup, but North Allegheny could make a run as well.
Goaltender Daniel Soltesz, only a sophomore, has allowed just two goals all season.
Buccaneers have won 10 WPIAL team titles in a row, but Freedom returns all but one starter from last year’s team finalist squad.
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No upper hand has been established yet between the Talbots and Tigers in Class 2A.
Mikayla Bisignani and Haley Moore are now two-time PIAA champions with the Centurions, once as sophomores and now again as seniors.
Senior middle hitter Mikayla Bisignani was simply stellar for the Centurions as they secured a state championship under coach Kate McCauley.
Getting goals from Chloe Kuminkoski and Emma Thomas the Tigers had just enough to hold off Villa Joseph Marie, 2-1, at Hersheypark Stadium.
The Centurions are headed back to the PIAA Class 1A title match for the second time in three years, while the Indians’ season is over.
Raiders riding a wave of underclass talent as they jump out to a strong start in Class 3A.
The Centurions earned a 3-1 win against District 9 champion Coudersport in a Class 1A PIAA semifinal matchup.
Greensburg Central Catholic and West Allegheny were the only WPIAL teams to survive yesterday’s PIAA quarterfinals.
There was plenty of sibling inspiration at the WPIAL volleyball championships.
Strong offense key to the Indians’ rise to the top of the standings; Armstrong leading classification in dubious statistic.
Strong contingent returns next season for the PIAA champion Bears.
Peters Township seniors Anna Komer and Alex Garcia advance to quarterfinals after being added to PIAA tournament Thursday.
After disappointing and controversial finish to his junior season, Jarod Verkleeren is ready for title romps at Hempfield.
High School roundup: Victory gives Raiders another match with their nemesis North Allegheny in PIAA boys soccer playoffs.