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Vincentian took advantage of its size inside and forced Greensburg Central Catholic to be mostly a one-dimensional perimeter shooting team.
Senior Justice Rice scored a career-high 38 points to lift No. 1 Monessen past No. 5 Union in the Class 1A semifinals.
Lincoln Park guard Evan Brown removed his mask and led his team to the WPIAL Class 3A finals.
Box scores from Monday, Feb. 27, 2017
The Cougars advance will face Cardinal Wuerl North Catholic or Beaver on Friday at 7 p.m. at the Peterson Event Center.
Mike White breaks down the 12 WPIAL boys basketball semifinals.
A rundown of the team’s and stars and predictions of who will win.
Pine-Richland’s Phil Jukovec is among of a handful of star football players contributing to their basketball teams’ run to the WPIAL semis.
Blackhawk’s sister duo aiming for championship in first season of playing together.
The Rams defeated Canon-McMillan, 87-74, as the other top seeds in Class 6A were ousted.
A total of 24 games will be played Monday through Wednesday.
Gateway was playing in its second overtime game of the playoffs, but ran out of gas, and Trinity advanced to the Class 5A semifinals.
Tyrese Robinson scored 17 points for Woodland Hills as the Wolverines reached the WPIAL semifinals for the second tmie in school history.
The Section 1 rivak split the regular-season series, with each team winning by single digits on the road. The Colts took this one, 48-31
Taylor Hockenberry wins her third straight WPIAL championship.
Gavin Teasdale, who has never lost a match in high school, rolled to his 118th consecutive victory for Jefferson-Morgan. in a Class 2A
Box scores from Saturday, Feb. 25, 2017
PIAA CLASS 2A SOUTHWEST REGIONAL
WPIAL CLASS 3A SECTION CHAMPIONSHIPS
Bethel Park's Kamryn Lach used lockdown defense to stop Pine-Richland star Amanda Kalin as the No. 7 Black Hawks upset No. 2 Pine-Richland.
Joining Trevor Mahoney as champion in 2A girls was Ava Talorico, a sophomore from Beaver.
Antonio Ionadi had a game-high 27 points and converted all 14 of his free-throw attempts as Hampton took out McKeesport in a WPIAL
Gateway Gators miss 3-pointer at end of OT as McConnell & Co. reach semis in Class 5A.
Box scores from Friday, Feb. 24, 2017
Mt. Lebanon had three steals in the first quarter and succeeded in throwing off the Norwin offense.
Sam Breen, a Dayton recruit, scored a game-high 31 points, including 12 in the fourth, to lead the top-seeded Trojanettes to a 51-45 win.
Evan Brown swished a buzzer-beating 3-pointer that gave No. 1-seeded Lincoln Park a dramatic, 71-70 victory.
The Little Prexies defeated the Quips, 42-27, as Aliquippa scored only two points in the fourth quarter.
Mustangs post rare first-round win, but face a difficult task tonight against Mars.
Megan McConnell has had some pretty good role models to follow in her efforts to help the Colts to a title.
Delivering the real news when it comes to picking the correct winners is what The Dribbler does best.
A junior varsity player the past two seasons, Lewis has shined as a senior, setting a school record for 3-pointers
Only a freshman, this 15-year-old phenom is ready to make a name for herself at the upcoming WPIAL championships.
Nolan Puhala plays hockey at Plum and Katrina Jones competes in gymnastics at Hampton.
Gus Solomon, who has battled injuries his entire career, was scratched from the Class 3A Section 1 tournament because of injury.
Tigers’ boys and girls squads enter the WPIAL championships with targets on their backs.
Vikings capture regular-season title, but haven’t won a Penguins Cup crown since 1998.
The Post-Gazette asks an anonymous coach for insight on a particular hot topic and hands out game balls.
Crusaders finished the regular season on a tear and scrimmaged strong teams to keep the momentum going.
Scouts and player personnel got their start with Rooney in a summer program more than 50 years ago.
Box scores from Thursday, Feb. 23, 2017
Allegheny County police said they arrested William Hoston in the fatal shooting of Jihad Cromer, 17, of McKees Rocks.
It’s been a huge turnaround for Oakland Catholic, which won its first section title since 2012 after going 13-52 the past three seasons.
Pine-Richland won the WPIAL 4A championship a year ago.
The seventh-seeded Golden Tornado whirled into the boys quarterfinals, but not without a late push from the No. 10 Highlanders.
The former Chartiers Valley and Duquesne star is now starting for the 76ers and has been a key to their second-half success.
Box scores from Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2017
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