Montour's David Haseleu tackles Mars' Ori Rinaman in the first round of the Class AAA playoffs.
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Montour's David Haseleu tackles Mars' Ori Rinaman in the first round of the Class AAA playoffs.

Worldly outing for Planets running back

Ori Rinaman reached the end zone six times to lead Mars to a 42-27 victory against host Montour in a WPIAL Class AAA first-round playoff

  • Mars 42, Montour 27

  •  Woodland Hills running back Jo-el Shaw (16) on his way to a touchdown run with less than a minute left in the first half Friday night against North Hills.

    Woodland Hills throttles North Hills in Class AAAA

    Junior running backs put smile on ailing coach's face in blowout victory for Wolverines in first round of playoffs.

  • Woodland Hills 41, North Hills 02

  •  Steelers' Martavis Bryant pulls in a touchdown pass as he's defended by the Colts' Josh Gordy in the third quarter Oct. 26 at Heinz Field.

    Bryant fits right in now with NFL rookie WRs

    Steelers Martavis Bryant playing bigger role each week now in overall success of excellent NFL crop of rookie wide receivers.

     Penguins forward Evgeni Malkin throws a punch at Kings winger Justin Williams in the third period at Consol Energy Center.

    Thriving Malkin regains top condition in big hurry

    Evgeni Malkin notched his 400th career assist Thursday night, extended his point streak to nine games and ended his night with bloody lip.

     Pitt quarterback Chad Voytik fumbles the ball against Georgia Tech in the fourth quarter last Saturday afternoon at Heinz Field.

    Beating Duke is must for Panthers

    Pitt's first priority Saturday against Duke is not beating itself.

     Maryland quarterback C.J. Brown, a Seneca Valley graduate, looks to pass against Wisconsin in the first half last Saturday in Madison, Wis.

    Maryland familiar to Franklin

    Once Maryland's head coach in waiting, James Franklin at ease with the past.

    'GameDay' makes big hit in West Virginia

    WVU students offer warm welcome to ESPN's GameDay crew.

     Pitt's Michael Young drives to the net against IUP in the second half at the Petersen Events Center Friday night.

    Pitt beats IUP in exhibition game

    The Panthers size advantage and overall talent were too much for the Crimson Hawks and the result was a fairly comfortable 72-58 Pitt win.

    Penn-Trafford regains footing, tops Fox Chapel in Class AAAA

    Fox Chapel seemed poised to pull an upset Friday night against second-seeded and undefeated Penn-Trafford. But Devin Austin had other plans.

  • North Allegheny 24, Upper St. Clair 0

  • South Park stuffs Beaver on late blocked kick

    South Park batted Beaver's potential game-winning 20-yard field goal as time expired to defeat the Bobcats, 21-20, in a Class AA playoff.


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