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Penn Hills scored the decisive touchdown midway through the fourth quarter and forced a late fumble to beat rival Woodland Hills, 22-15.
The Planets needed a victory to keep their season alive and they got it in thrilling fashion with a win against previously unbeaten Hampton.
It was no Austin Kemp, no problem Friday night as the Jaguars used a duo of running backs to roll past West Mifflin and stay unbeaten.
In the final meeting between the two programs, playoff-bound Kittanning blasted Ford City, 43-6, Friday night to even the series, 37-37-1.
Moon soccer star’s goals record still appears untouchable
A late header lifted the Panthers past North Allegheny in the WPIAL Class AAA boys soccer quarterfinals.
Lamont Wade of Clairton and Casey Aunkst of Penn-Trafford are this week’s honorees.
The Post-Gazette selects two high school athletes each week for their outstanding achievements.
Shaler standout Brianna Schwartz captured her third consecutive Class AAA crown, setting yet another course record in the process.
From Sweden to Allderdice High School to PIAA golf champ to Alabama
Sewickley Academy sophomore Jason Li has delivered some clutch performances in his two-year career as a member of the Panthers'
Canon-McMillan High senior Lauren Waller had hoped for one more magical moment as she hoped to add the 2014 Class AAA Girls
The points just kept on comin' for Valley High School’s 'mini Jordan'
Surprising McGuffey challenges Washington for a share of the Interstate Conference title.
October is one of The Fumbler's favorite months of the year.
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.
About a dozen baseball players from the WPIAL have made verbal commitments to Division I colleges