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Clairton’s prolific offense will be on display again today against Avownorth in the WPIAL Class A championship game.
One guy picks his top players, teams and performances from the 2014 high school football season.
West Allegheny had a surprisingly easy time against Thomas Jefferson in the semifinals, now it faces a rematch against Central Valley.
Excellent special teams play helped Central Valley advance to the WPIAL Class AAA championship game again this season.
Aliquippa does a lot of running at its practices and in the WPIAL semifinals, the Quips ran all the way to Heinz Field.
Sewickley Academy, the defending PIAA Class A champion in boys soccer, had to settle for a runner-up finish this year.
Senior running back a bruising complement to pass-happy Rams.
The annual “Bradleys” honor some of the top performances by area teams, players and coaches.
Tested for the first time this season, Clairton answers in the affirmative and advances to WPIAL title game.
Peters Township completes its season as the top Class AAA boys soccer team in Pennsylvania.
Vikings will rely on defense, running game in Class AAAA final vs. Pine-Richland.
Centurions defeat defending PIAA champion Marian Catholic in five-set thriller in volleyball final.
Time to recognize the best in the East Xtra circulation area.
The football team’s discouraging season will end on a high note with a team banquet provided by Steelers safety Will Allen.
A rare schedule has WPIAL championships Friday on a school day, but the four schools in the first two games will allow students to attend.
A different look on offense has Class AAAA power Central Catholic and AAA juggernaut West Allegheny rolling into the WPIAL championships.
Two second-half goals by twins Nicco and Mario Mastrangelo gave the Indians a 2-1 win against Great Valley in the AAA boys PIAA title game.
The Big Macs came up just short of a PIAA championship in their first title try with a 2-1 loss to Central Bucks West Saturday.
McDowell came on strong in the final two quarters and breezed to a 35-6 victory in a PIAA Class AAAA game Saturday against Brashear in Erie.
The Centurions claimed the PIAA girls volleyball championship, the WPIAL’s first in any classification since 2006.
The victory was stunning in how easily the Indians dominated, cruising to a 41-7 rout against the previously undefeated Jaguars.
This time, Vikings standout John Petrishen led the way in the ground game for a 52-34 win in the WPIAL Class AAAA semifinals.
No. 1 seed South Fayette (12-0) took down rival No. 5 Seton-LaSalle (10-2), 35-21, clinching a spot in the WPIAL Class AA title game.
The Quips had to come from behind Friday night in a WPIAL Class AA semifinal, overcoming four turnovers against Washington for a 44-26 win.
Clairton reached the WPIAL championship for the sixth time in the past seven years with a 48-42 victory against Neshannock.
From the opening kickoff of the PIAA Class A boys soccer championship, Moravian Academy was in control and eventually topped Sewickley, 4-0.
The Centurions, seeking a third consecutive PIAA Class A girls soccer title Friday night, suffered tough losses at Hersheypark Stadium.
Summaries from Saturday, Nov. 15, 2014
Summaries from Friday, Nov. 14, 2014
Individual leaders from Friday, Nov. 14, 2014
The Class A title game will kick off the festivities at 11 a.m. Nov. 21, followed by Class AAAA, Class AA and finally Class AAA at 8 p.m.
Penn-Trafford, Central Catholic collide once again with trip to WPIAL Class AAAA final on the line.
Season ends once again with loss to West Allegheny in WPIAL playoffs.
Brett Brumbaugh hasn’t just broken the WPIAL passing yardage record, he might be putting it totally out of reach.
Aliquippa’s football team has had an uncanny knack to ignore media attention and focus on its play on the field.
West Allegheny has used a strong defensive unit to once again reach the WPIAL Class AAA semifinals.
The defending state champion football team isn’t the only winner this fall at South Fayette High School.
Cardinal Wuerl North Catholic, Avonworth square off in WPIAL semifinal showdown.
It’s no accident that Thomas Jefferson is among the leading rushing teams in the WPIAL on an annual basis.
Mario Mastrangelo's hat trick lifted Peters Township to its first PIAA title appearance since 2008.
WPIAL runner-up Canon-McMillan defeats Central Bucks East, 2-1, to reach the PIAA girls soccer final.
Greensburg Central Catholic ended a three-year drought for WPIAL teams reaching the PIAA volleyball final.
Ten teams take undefeated records into the semifinals.
Central Catholic kicker Mitch MacZura has booted his way to a historic career, but didn’t even know it until a tip from a former coach.
A WPIAL alumni basketball tournament to benefit Children's Hospital was a bigger hit its second year, with Central Catholic winning it all.
George Slater scored eight minutes in to lift South Fayette to a 1-0 upset win against West Allegheny in a Class AA quarterfinal.
The Centurions cruised to another shutout, this time against Shady Side Academy, to advance to the semifinals.
The Highlanders again beat Seneca Valley in a thriller to get back to the PIAA semifinals after a 10-year drought.
The Mustangs couldn't pull off another upset, as they were suffocated by the fifth-seeded Tigers in a Class AAAA quarterfinal.
Chayse Dillon and Terence Stephens combined to run for five touchdowns and West Allegheny rolled to a 37-14 win against Franklin Regional.