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Weather forced the playoff football game set for DuBois to be rescheduled for Saturday.
Central Catholic (14-0) meets Lower Dauphin (13-1) in a PIAA Class AAAA semifinal at 1 p.m. Saturday at Mansion Park Stadium in
North Catholic (14-0) faces District 9 champion Clarion (14-0) in a PIAA Class A semifinal tonight.
When Joe Rossi looks at film of Hickory High's football team, his foe in a PIAA Class AA semifinal, he sees shades of his South Fayette
Experienced offensive line helps transition of new quarterback.
Senior J.J. Cosentino has adapted his game to the Vikings' run-first offense.
West Allegheny's first loss of the football season put a tough end to a great campaign.
South Fayette is just one step away from getting a chance to achieve its goal.
Cornell School District will continue to send football players, cheerleaders and marching band members for Quaker Valley football games.
Donnie Militzer was Gateway's coach for only one season and said he won't reapply.
North Catholic has made a name for itself with a defense that is posting historic point prevention through five playoff games.
Summaries from Saturday, Nov. 30,
Twenty-eight points in a span of 5:19 was all it took for South Fayette to turn a six-point deficit into a 57-21 win.
The shutdown defense and Vikings' power-running game gave WPIAL champion Central Catholic a dominant, 48-7 victory.
Summaries from Friday, Nov. 29,
With the victory, North Catholic advances to the PIAA semifinals.
For the second consecutive year, the West Allegheny High School football team had its season end with a loss to Erie Cathedral Prep.
Previewing the matchups in Quad and Triple A this weekend.
Previewing the Class AA and Class A action this weekend.
Long before Revis Island, Aliquippa native Darrelle Revis wowed the WPIAL in football and basketball uniforms in just three days.
Presenting the 33rd annual installment of the top high school football talent in the WPIAL and the City League.
West Allegheny rode another strong defensive performance to win another WPIAL Class AAA championship.
For the third season in a row, Sto-Rox season ends with a loss at Heinz Field.
Aliquippa's perfect season came to a jolting halt Saturday when South Fayette scored a late touchdown.
Despite losing in the WPIAL championship game, Central Valley is quickly placing itself among the WPIAL's football elite.
South Fayette uses a late scoring drive to knock off mighty Aliquippa in the WPIAL title game.
Woodland Hills couldn't recover from a three-touchdown deficit and lost in the WPIAL title game.
Central Catholic's amazing defense puts on a show to defeat Woodland Hills for the WPIAL Class AAAA title.
Cardinal Wuerl North Catholic used a shutdown defense and an efficient offense to win its first WPIAL football championship.
The Steubenville school board placed its superintendent and two other employees on administrative leave as a result of their indictments.
New enrollment figures released by PIAA will move at least two high-profile schools in basketball to a lower class.
Some thought cold conditions might slow him down, but the Lions' prolific passer thrived in the Class AA final against Aliquippa.
West Allegheny's Bob Palko became the first coach in WPIAL history to win seven titles.
Summaries from Saturday, Nov. 23,
South Fayette (13-0) claimed its second title in four years, with both wins against Aliquippa.
Luigi Lista-Brinza rushed for 136 yards on 27 carries and scored two touchdowns to lead Central Catholic to a win.
The Cardinal Wuerl North Catholic High School football team claimed its first WPIAL football title with a 14-0 victory against Sto-Rox.
Two coaches head into today's title game hoping for lucky 7. Game coverage continues all day with Mike White blogging live from Heinz Field.
Results from Friday, Nov. 22,
Longtime Aliquippa coach Mike Zmijanac — “Coach Z” — is one of the driving forces behind the Quips’ success.
The Triple A title game will be a rematch of a closely contested 13-7 West Allegheny win over Central Valley.
Sto-Rox vs. North Catholic in the final is a familiar routine vs. a new experience.
In a rematch of the 2010 championship game, Aliquippa and South Fayette will meet Saturday for the WPIAL Class AA crown.
Statistics suggest Woodland Hills vs. Central Catholic will feature plenty of running. History suggests the team that runs it best will win.
Avonworth football and basketball coach Dan Bradley finds himself spread a little thin this time of
Following a difficult start, Rossi fits in at South Fayette.
Senior quarterback has a combined 11,243 career yards of offense, which is the most in WPIAL history.
Although known for its stout defense, West Allegheny has an explosive, multi-faceted offense, too.
For the third season in a row, Sto-Rox will travel to Heinz Field to play for a WPIAL championship.
To the surprise of virtually no one, Aliquippa is playing for another WPIAL football championship.