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Ryan Sproule scored three times to help Class AAA No. 1 Central Catholic clinch Section 4 with a win against Bethel Park.
Upper St. Clair’s 48-0 loss to Woodland Hills wasn’t just the biggest defeat in Jim Render’s time as coach, it was the school’s worst ever.
In a surprising move, Stephon McGinnis, the Bridgers’ leading receiver and top scorer in basketball, transfers to Aliquippa.
Ben DiNucci and Connor Slomka helped the Rams overwhelm the Indians in a clash of unbeaten Class AAAA Northern Eight Conference rivals.
A couple of returns for touchdowns helped lead the Bulls past Perry for their first City League victory.
A breakdown of players: 3 Hispanic, 9 African, 9 Bhutanese, 10 Caucasian, 4 Asian, 4 mixed race, and 2 African-American.
Justin Minda of South Park and Ananya Dua of Shady Side Academy are this week’s honorees.
This week’s honorees are running back Austin Kemp of Thomas Jefferson and goalkeeper Kyra Murphy of Canon-McMillan.
Lauren Waller fires a personal-best 4-under 68 for crown; Greensburg Central Catholic sophomore Olivia Zambruno takes AA championship.
Quaker Valley’s Tanabe earns victory in Class AA individual boys golf championship at Youghiogheny Country Club.
We've reached the fifth week of the season. Below are four matches to watch. *** North Allegheny (5-2) travels to Seneca Valley
Not ready to concede the Section 2-AAA title to red hot Seneca Valley, North Allegheny knocked its section rival last week, 2-0.
Amid controversy, McCallister out, Schifino in as the boys basketball coach at Steel Valley High School.
His 1965 team, considered one of the greatest in Western Pennsylvania history, contained future pros Simmie Hill and Norm Van Lier.
The mercy rule has become a part of The Fumbler's Friday night football routine.
The Fumbler is no hot dog but he relishes posting big numbers: he went 52-14 in his Week 1 picks and 51-14 in Week 2.
When Joe Jarneski came off the field Tuesday after being hit in the face with a ball, there were questions as to whether he would play for