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The WPIAL Class AA champion Bridgers, No. 3 Trojans tripped up in first round of state playoffs.
Mt. Lebanon, North Allegheny and Shady Side Academy bounced in the first round of the state playoffs.
The Vikings defeat Norwin, 2-0, in Class AAAA championship.
The Knights knock off the defending champions, 5-1, for their first WPIAL championship.
While the game continues to grow in many regions of the U.S., notably on the other side of the state, lacrosse in this area has work to do.
Beaver Falls junior Dom Perretta won the 800 and 1,600, and now sets his sights on unprecedented titles next year.
Here are some photos from the WPIAL AA Baseball Championship. Neshannock earned the championship defeating Quaker Valley 4-0
PIAA Class AAA
Championship (June 6)
Semifinals (June 2) Quarterfinals (May 30)
Landisville Hempfield (3
Two pitchers, Austin Kitchen of Mt. Lebanon and Bailey Parshall of Belle Vernon, earn honors this week.
Vincentian Academy track and field runner Marianne Abdalah and Plum baseball player Alex Kirilloff and are this week’s honorees.
Three Division I recruits leave Baldwin Stadium with gold medals, and one standout did it in record fashion.
Third annual event allows coaches to showcase county football talent at Hempfield Area High School.
Gene Klein walks away from boys soccer team a second time, completing a run of 29 seasons.
First-year baseball coach Ray Antonelli has turned the Warriors into a winner.
After a tough basketball season at Blackhawk, Josh Bears looks forward to a new challenge at a Class AAAA program, Bethel Park.