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Foxes qualify for WPIAL playoff spot under the direction of Billy Urso.
North athletes dominate at almost every level at cross country championships.
Kevin Clarke and Marcus Martin were leaders on a stingy Titans defense and are now making waves at IUP and Slippery Rock.
Drought continues for winless Titans, but future appears bright.
Ahead for the WPIAL boys tournament: A section rivalry in Class AAA, unfinished business in AA and a defensive struggle in A.
In each of the three WPIAL girls soccer games this weekend at Highmark Stadium, there is the chance that a giant gets taken down.
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.
Canon-McMillan’s boys cross country team surprised the field with a second-place finish at the WPIAL Class AAA championship meet.
Tied for the lead after 36 holes, Canon-McMillan’s Lauren Waller lost the PIAA Class AAA championship in a sudden-death playoff.
Here's a closer look at the first round of the WPIAL playoffs and the City League championship. Friday (all games begin at 7:30
WPIAL players have won nine of the past 11 PIAA Class AAA singles titles, and Shady Side Academy’s Ananya Dua or North
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