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It wasn’t a perfect day for Marianne Abdalah, but she dominated the field for a victory in the 3,200.
The Hopewell Vikings began the baseball season 0-5. Since then, they've been unbeatable.
When the baseball schedule gets really busy — as it usually does by the end of the season — Canon-McMillan should still be in good shape.
Like most district teams, the Rebels are finding it difficult to get their games played, but when they do, they make them county.
Kevin Garbark was hampered by a hamstring injury a year ago, but now healthy, he’s emerged as one of the WPIAL’s top sprinters.
With some unexpected “recruits,” Baldwin is among the top teams in WPIAL boys volleyball.
Following a two-year experiment with some success in Division 1, the Hampton High boys lacrosse team is flourishing in Division 2
With the No.2 ranking in Western Pennsylvania according to Laxpower.com and an unbeaten record, too, the Mt. Lebanon High girls
Vincentian Academy track and field runner Marianne Abdalah and Plum baseball player Alex Kirilloff and are this week’s honorees.
Track standouts Dom Perretta of Beaver Falls and Ashley Amato of Plum chosen as the athletes of the week.
Blackhawk names a replacement for legendary coach Joe Hamilton.
Logan D’Angelo faced stiff competition at the WPIAL Class AAA singles tournament, and although he didn’t win, he gained valuable experience.
Gene Klein walks away from boys soccer team a second time, completing a run of 29 seasons.
Basketball standout competes in Roundball Classic last weekend after missing all of his senior season with a torn meniscus.
Quips basketball coach Nick Lackovich got one more go around with his seniors, including Stephon McGinnis, who’s still mulling his future.