Boys soccer team fails to overcome unbeaten Lewisburg as its season ends with shutout loss.
Emma Hasco’s two goals in PIAA Class AAA final help Panthers go out on top with gold medal.
Boys soccer team loses in PIAA Class AAA championship, but enjoys quite a remarkable season.
Inspired Panthers rally for five consecutive wins after loss and defeat East Juniata, 3-0, for Class A state championship.
The Raiders were shut out by unbeaten juggernaut Central Bucks East, but the game was closer than the score indicates.
The Panthers took down powerful Central Bucks East to claim a PIAA title for the WPIAL.
The Eagles fell to unbeaten Lewisburg in the Class AA final Saturday at Hersheypark Stadium.
The Panthers blanked the Tigers to claim their second PIAA championship in the past three seasons.
Peggy Neason, 65, of Monongahela, will be inducted into the US Youth Soccer Hall of Fame in January for her work in this area.
The third seed out of the WPIAL is making its first appearance in the championship Saturday in Hershey, Pa.
The Panthers fell short in the WPIAL final but have since roared back and stand on the verge of taking a state championship.
Freeport quarterback Ryan Weigold and Upper St. Clair soccer standout Maddy Rocks get top honors for their performances in the postseason.
Goal in 13 seconds lifts Upper St. Clair to victory in semis.
Seneca Valley clinches berth in final with shutout of Springfield-Delco.
The Eagles’ defense stymied Mars and helped the team seal a 2-0 win in the quarterfinals Saturday.
Emma Hasco’s struck for the Panthers with two minutes remaining the in second overtime against Central Bucks South on Saturday.
The Planets knew they could move around Annabel Hnath between positions, and she and her teammates lived up to high expectations.
The Antelopes believe they were more than ready to win a title, but just couldn’t quite pull it off in the WPIAL Class A title game.
The Planets came back on South Fayette, as they’re accustomed to doing, but couldn’t bring back the Class AA championship.
The Big Macs embraced their team approach all the way until the end of the WPIAL postseason, which ended with another championship.
After a few down years — by their standards — the Rebels rediscovered their winning ways in the Class A WPIAL title game against Avonworth.
The Panthers fell short of knocking off top-seeded Norwin, but they received some strong play from bright spots along the way.
The Eagles had an interesting season of WPIAL play before falling against Mars Area in the title game.
The Knights had plenty of motivation to turn this year into a dream season, and they still do.
The Centurions received a rare challenge in the WPIAL final last week against Charleroi, but still took home the Class A championship.
The Lions have built a championship culture in several sports, and now they can add one more team to their trophy case.
Senior defenseman Yarden Solomon scored a goal that put the Foxes into the PIAA quarterfinals for the first time in seven years.
PIAA girls soccer and field hockey: Bailey Cartwright scored two goals to reach 79 this season to establish a single-season record.
Centurions strike in overtime to top Charleroi; Mars slips past South Park in Class AA championship on a penalty kick.
South Fayette edges Mars, 3-2, in Class AA title match.
A couple of late goals helped the Big Macs knock off the Foxes in a thriller for the WPIAL Class AAA boys championship.
The Knights stayed perfect this season with a 3-0 victory against the Panthers for their first championship in almost two decades.
Cavaliers stun North Allegheny and Allderdice to make it to Class AAA boys soccer semifinals.
Matt Teitelbaum making big contributions on and off the soccer field.
Despite their long-running success, Mars and South Park have only met once before in WPIAL Class AA girls soccer title game.
Avonworth and Seton-La Salle split regular season meetings en route to the title game Saturday.
Canon-McMillan both played for and won its only title in 2012.
This will be the Knights’ first trip to the final since 2010.