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Seneca Valley handed defending WPIAL Class AAAA softball champion Shaler its first loss of the season Wednesday.
The Elizabeth Forward softball team made a statement Tuesday by hammering defending WPIAL Class AAA champion Thomas Jefferson.
This year's event is bigger than ever with boys and girls all-star games being played over two days.
Rebels’ seniors didn’t end their careers the way they wanted to, but in some ways, that’s beside the point for coach Spencer Stefko.
Three pitchers, zero hits, one non-section victory for the Class AAA No. 1 Indians against Class A No. 5 Bishop Canevin Monday.
In less than a year, star Shaler runner Brianna Schwartz has experienced two events that could change her life forever.
Seneca Valley softball knocks off No. 1 Shaler
(Photo: Baldwin's Vince Persichetti slides safely into home past
This week's Athletes of the Week are Seton-LaSalle baseball player Liam Sweeney and Baldwin track standout Kadin Hinish. Liam
Liam Sweeney, a baseball player from Seton-LaSalle, and track and field standout Kadin Hinish of Baldwin receive honors.
Kathryn Painter of Norwin and Conor Hartnett of Canon-McMillan are this week’s honorees.
Frank Zebrasky, Canon McMillan baseball coach since 2-009, is under review for student misconduct during a team trip to South Carolina.
A look at the teams and players to watch this season.
The WPIAL board of directors ruled that the Greyhounds must forfeit all four of their victories from last season due to ineligible players.