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The Yough girls soccer team let up a goal for the first time, but the Cougars edged South Fayette, 3-2, in a WPIAL Class AA quarterfinal.
After years of famine, Avella is feasting on a return to the WPIAL playoffs.
A hot west suburban rivalry has a lot riding on it this year.
Talbots know there's still room for improvement despite 8-0 record.
The Sewickley Academy boys soccer team earns top seed, first-round bye in WPIAL playoffs.
Girls soccer team storms into postseason on strength of defense.
The Post-Gazette selects two high school athletes each week for their outstanding achievements.
DiAngelo Mitchell, West Mifflin and Leigh Appolonia, Yough are this week’s honorees.
After a two-year drought, Panthers tennis is back on top.
Yellowjackets favored to win another girls volleyball title.
WPIAL Class AAA
Quarterfinals - Oct. 28
No. 1 Shaler vs. 8 North Allegheny
No. 4 Mt. Lebanon vs. No. 5 Norwin.
WPIAL Class AAA
Championship: Oct. 31 or Nov. 1
Consolation Final: Oct. 29
Semifinals: Oct. 27
Perry administrators are taking the fallout from a postgame scrum a step further, removing the football team from the City League playoffs.
The WPIAL ruled Stephon McGinnis’s Ambridge to Aliquippa transfer wasn’t made for athletic reasons.
The Fumbler loves football. That doesn't mean, however, he thinks the sport is perfect. One part of it, in particular, continues to irk him.
Proud of his job, The Fumbler hopes you check out this column every week, but never as much as this week.
About a dozen baseball players from the WPIAL have made verbal commitments to Division I colleges