Ross Greece rushed for four touchdowns and 103 yards in a win against Connellsville.
Drew Saxton tore apart Knoch’s secondary in the Lions’ 49-14 win.
Class 6A football roundup
Class 2A, 1A, City League football roundup
The WPIAL 5,000-yard club had been rather elite over the years. But membership has grown significantly this season.
Zane Dudek was limited to his lowest rushing performance of the season as Franklin Regional won, 24-20.
At the break, the Warriors (4-1, 2-0) had 268 yards of offense to 34 for Quaker Valley (2-2, 0-2).
Summaries from Friday, Sept. 23, 2016
Individual leaders from Friday, Sept. 23, 2016
Beaver’s Darius Wise and Keystone Oaks’ Alex Smith stole the show as the two team combined for the highest score in a WPIAL game since 1950.
Brian Batko answers high school football questions in his weekly chat with readers.
Led by QB Azi Humber, Dragons roll over Carrick 43-6.
New Castle football standout Geno Stone and Upper St. Clair volleyball player Isabelle Walsh are the high school athletes of the week.
Decline in number of players is main reason for an 80 percent drop in WPIAL ninth-grade teams over the past 13 years.
Two of the top-five teams in Class 3A clash in a non-conference matchup.
Looking back when Ohio State DB sold the Buckeyes football coach with a memorable performance on the hardwood.
Jason Li will be joined by three Sewickley Academy teammates in 2A championship on the Panthers’ home golf course.
By moving individual tennis tournament after the team competition, WPIAL creates a lull in schedule for those teams advancing to states.
Deena DeBaldo is the leader for the Foxes, but a deep roster spells a lot of trouble for the opposition.
Jim Render had coached plenty of strong defenses until the past couple seasons, but his current one looks like one of the WPIAL’s best.
Despite missing three starters to injury, girls volleyball team captures its own 12-team tournament.
Twin brothers Stefon and Surron Adams have fueled the Flames offense to a No. 4 ranking in Class 1A.
Led by head coach Garrett MacKenzie, family has turned Colts into a successful boys soccer team.
Notre Dame is having success plucking Western Pa. talent, but not as much success as The Fumbler is having at prognosticating.
The Panthers and longtime coach Greg Botta will try to at least slow down the WPIAL’s leading rusher, Blackhawk off to 2-1 start and more.
Amy Scheunemean discusses her move from Bethel Park to North Hills, being president of the WPIAL athletic directors association and more.
Alex Smith is a weapon that has the Golden Eagles ranked fifth in Class 3A.
Senior standout Cole Lutz leads the way as Jaguars prove worthy of their No. 1 ranking.
Catching up with former area high school athletes.
The school district’s superintendent provided no reasons for why Matt Mellinger is no longer with the school.
Big night in girl’s soccer includes No. 1 Moon rallying to defeat No. 2 Montour and Oakland Catholic beating South Park to
Nine months after the Pittsburgh-filmed “Concussion” was released, Bennet Omalu spoke at the New Hazlett Theater about his life and work.
Mike White answers high school football questions in his weekly chat with readers.
Defensive end Donovan Jeter is the fourth WPIAL player from the class of 2017 to commit to the Fighting Irish.
Bulldogs have endured many losing seasons the past two decades, but are 3-0 and No. 1 in the City League for first time since 1996
Bulldogs have 3-0 record, the best start at the school in almost two decades.
Belle Vernon made sure their statement was loud and clear Friday night with a win against Ringgold.
Class 5A high school football roundup: Quarterback guides West Allegheny to victory vs. Chartiers Valley
Nick Ross completed 12 of 14 passes for 139 yards and a touchdown to lead West Allegheny to a 14-0 win.
Rochester’s Caleb Collins made three interceptions in their shut out of Sto-Rox on Friday night.
Josh Dyer recovered two fumbles and returned both for touchdowns to lead Perry to a 28-7 victory.
The Vikings crushed Hempfield, 55-6, to ruin the Spartans’ undefeated record.
Summaries from Friday, Sept. 16, 2016
Carlynton scored a come-from-behind victory against South Allegheny to snap a 24-game losing streak for the Cougars.
Cam Laffoon passed for tow touchdowns and rushed for another one against the Wolverines Friday night.
Individual leaders from Friday, Sept. 16, 2016
Jordan Crawford rushed for four touchdowns in the Rams 52-21 victory against Penn Hills.
Brian Batko answers questions about high school football in his weekly chat with readers.
Senior running back Quame Gaines delivers touchdown after his plea to his coach.
Lindsay Keene, Jennifer Greenlee and Caitlin Binder join the boys club at California, Jeannette and Neshannock.
Son of Pitt football coach gave up football years ago and has found a passion for golf.