Upper St. Clair’s defense cramped Penn Hills’ speed and style. The result was a 17-0 victory Friday for host Upper St. Clair.
Montour beat Central Valley, 17-14, Friday night at Central Valley's Sarge Alberts Stadium in the Class AAA Parkway Conference opener.
Mayor Peduto said talks are underway to ensure a return on public investment when a sale is finalized, if it includes development rights.
Steelers wanted to face QB Tom Brady in opener against Patriots, and they have gotten their wish. The next task is stopping him.
Australian Jordan Berry beats out fellow countryman Brad Wing for punting job.
Former Mount Washington resident leads online petition drive calling on the Steelers to make accommodations for nursing moms.
People from Youngstown, Ohio, will be front and center today as natives Pat Narduzzi and Bo Pelini make coaching debuts at new schools.
A hefty pay day for Georgia Southern might be the only thing guaranteed for West Virginia in its season opener against the Eagles.
PSU linebacker grew up mostly in Philadelphia and is ready to start the season there today in new role as Penn State’s MLB.
Much is expected from the Dukes — by the Dukes — as they enter 2015 with a loaded receiving corps and an experienced roster.
Ringgold engineers a fourth-quarter comeback to end Thomas Jefferson’s 24-game conference winning streak, 27-20.
Class AAAA roundup: No. 1 team in WPIAL and Pennsylvania scores 21 points late in non-conference victory.
Class AAA roundup: Franklin Regional cruises past Knoch in Greater Allegheny Conference opener, 35-2.
Class AA roundup: The Buccaneers hold off the Vikings, 27-20.
Class A roundup: Former Steelers linebacker Jason Gildon wins debut for Trojans, 33-7.
The Bulls return a punt and an interception for touchdowns in rout of Imani.
Bicyclists face tough choice with three fine events on September menu.
Midfielder Rob Vincent, who has 18 goals this season, is suspended against the Charleston Battery for yellow card accumulation.
Summaries from Friday, Sept. 4, 2015
Individual leaders from Friday, Sept. 4, 2015
Advance coverage of tonight’s gridiron action, from Mike White’s Varsity Notebook to the prognostications of the formidable Fumbler.
Art Rooney II said the team can support Martavis Bryant, but ultimately it will be up to Bryant if he wants to avoid further discipline.
Jordan Berry beat out Brad Wing, who punted last season for the Steelers, his first year in the NFL.
Happ set about finding the physical and mental cues that enabled him to pitch well early in the season with the Seattle Mariners.
Burnett can return to the roster without a corresponding move because the roster is expanded to 40 players in September.
The transfer from Brown led the Ivy League in rebounding and field goal percentage last season.
Season ticket holders have the first chance to buy playoff ticket strips; individual wild-card and NLDS tickets go on sale later this month.
Nobody asked me, but . . .
Forward Pascal Dupuis gradually working back into hockey after harrowing, life-threatening bout with blood clot in his lung.
A “silent, respectful vigil” remembered the dogs that died in the operation that led to Michael Vick serving 21 months in prison.
A three-game series against the NL Central leaders give the Pirates a chance to cut into lead, but winning at Busch Stadium a challenge.
The preseason could not have gone much worse with the loss of Maurkice Pouncey, a couple of kickers, and now Deflategate overturned.
The Duquesne Youth Athletic Association was able to repair the stadium grandstand with help from Sam’s Club and local businesses.
The shocking 31-17 loss adds little extra motivation for players such as Lafayette Pitts who thought it was an easy one for the win column.
Senior safety Jordan Lucas uses his little brother Brandon to serve as his motivation.
Mr. Cummings prepared the winners of almost 7,000 races during his training career, which started in 1953.
DiMantae Bronaugh’s world was rocked by the news of a Leukemia diagnosis last Thursday.
We could potentially near the record high for the opening day of high school football, which came in 1953 when the thermometer soared to 95.
It will be a battle of Upper St. Clair’s physically huge offensive line and Penn Hills’ read-option offense.
Mike White breaks down the top themes for the district high school football season.
Uwe Schneider spent about four months using in a wheelchair after falling two stories while doing housework last July.
Players, teams and storylines to watch and preseason rankings.
During a Mentored Youth Fishing program on Labor Day, Sept. 7, increased angling opportunities will be available for kids.
Track reschedules Firecracker 100 for Saturday, pairing it with the Working Man 50 on Friday for a big weekend of racing in Sarver.
Each week freelancer Brad Everett will take a look around the area and write about the most intriguing football highlights.
Stephen Englert is holding a basketball tournament to draw attention to the rate of sudden cardiac death among college basketball players.
Thomas Jefferson (0-0) vs. Ringgold (0-0)
District is ready to show off its shiny, new ... and gold ... football field.
Tackles Cory Tucker of South Park and Kyle Henderson of Moon lead the way for SRU’s efforts up front.
The girls volleyball team has been a regular in postseason play and looks for more of the same this season.