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West Homestead native and Steel Valley High School graduate Jim Tomsula continues to carry on a tradition of Ironmen in the NFL.
Star guard Matty McConnell was stellar again but it was his right-hand men who helped Chartiers Valley get past formidable foe Lincoln Park.
West Mifflin's Tony Hill made two free throws with 3.7 seconds left to give the Titans a 67-65 win at Steel Valley in Class AAA Section 4.
The McConnell brothers are often mentioned in the same breath lately, but younger star Matty doesn't mind it as he makes his own name.
WPIAL section tournaments: Second-ranked Panthers record five pins in championship match against No. 2 Latrobe.
Despite missing three starters, Tigers' wrestling team rolls to Allegheny County tournament championship.
Mike White covered Sunday's Pittsburgh Basketball Classic at Montour High School.
(Photo: Lincoln Park's Nelly
Here's this week's edition of Ken Wunderley's High School Wrestling Notebook. Read his story below.
Quaker Valley hockey star Connor Quinn and McGuffey girls basketball star Sammie Weiss are the PG’s athletes of the week.
North Allegheny basketball player Cole Constantino and Riverside basketball player Katie Stang win weekly honors.
The Major League Baseball draft isn't until June, but one former WPIAL player already has received a high rating for the draft.
As high school basketball season is about to tip off, here’s what you need to know.
Pine-Richland QB Ben DiNucci will visit Pitt this weekend, then decide whether to play for the Panthers or the University of Pennsylvania.
Joe Hamilton steps down after a career that spans 49 years and leaves as the second-winningest coach in WPIAL history.
A look at player of the year Abe Kouyate and the rest of the Post-Gazette's all-area team for boys soccer.
A look at player of the year Kyra Murphy and the rest of the Post-Gazette's all-area girls soccer team.
Sad as it is, another football season comes to a close this weekend with PIAA title games in Hershey, Pa.
The four WPIAL champions are expected to win their PIAA semifinal matchups this weekend to earn a trip to Hershey, Pa.