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Shaler standout Brianna Schwartz captured her third consecutive Class AAA crown, setting yet another course record in the process.
From Sweden to Allderdice High School to PIAA golf champ to Alabama
Moon soccer star’s goals record still appears untouchable
Greensburg Central Catholic grad paying it forward after storied success.
The points just kept on comin' for Valley High School’s 'mini Jordan'
A late header lifted the Panthers past North Allegheny in the WPIAL Class AAA boys soccer quarterfinals.
Brashear kept defending champ University Prep out of the City League title game with a 27-8 win Thursday in a semifinal at Cupples Stadium.
Final regular-season scoring leaders for WPIAL teams through Friday, Oct. 17, 2014
The Yough girls soccer team let up a goal for the first time, but the Cougars edged South Fayette, 3-2, in a WPIAL Class AA quarterfinal.
After years of famine, Avella is feasting on a return to the WPIAL playoffs.
Under the new rule, a licensed caterer must be present in order for the concession stand to open.
The Moon girls soccer team moved up to Class AAA this season, but that didn’t stop the Tigers from reaching the postseason once again.
Despite an ailing coach, Bishop Canevin rates as a favorite to retain the WPIAL Class A girls volley championship.
Talbots know there's still room for improvement despite 8-0 record.
After finishing 2-7 last season, football team turns things around.
The Sewickley Academy boys soccer team earns top seed, first-round bye in WPIAL playoffs.
Girls soccer team storms into postseason on strength of defense.
Surprising McGuffey challenges Washington for a share of the Interstate Conference title.
Following a jolting start to its season, Ringgold has come on to win seven games in a row.
With a lot of experienced, talented players, Peters Township has once again returned to the WPIAL playoffs.
Junior place-kicker Chapla provides a good scoring option for Mustangs.
Penn Hills, Woodland Hills collide with plenty at stake.
Sophomore Bailey Cartwright steps up to fill offensive void at Greensburg Central Catholic.
Sewickley Academy's Jason Li and Greensburg Central Catholic's Olivia Zambruno came away winners Tuesday at the PIAA championships in York.
A field of accomplished competitors will take aim at Shaler standout Brianna Schwartz Thursday in the WPIAL Class AAA girls race.
Walter Hubsch and Fritz Wiltman scored to lead No. 15 seed Quaker Valley to a 2-0 win at No. 2 Mars in a WPIAL Class AA first-round playoff.
Perry administrators are taking the fallout from a postgame scrum a step further, removing the football team from the City League playoffs.
The Trojans star hit a career milestone in an easy Class A Black Hills Conference victory against Bishop Canevin.
Pine-Richland put on a dazzling offensive performance and crushed Central Catholic, 48-28, in a Class AAAA Northern Eight Conference game.
Mark Cromerdie rushed for 146 yards and three touchdowns as McKeesport knocked off Norwin, 35-14.
Behind a strong performance from quarterback Brett Brumbaugh, South Fayette overwhelmed Seton-LaSalle, 41-14, Friday night.
Miles Sanders scored three touchdowns to lead fourth-ranked Woodland Hills to a 47-0 win at Mt. Lebanon in the Southeastern Conference.
Casey Aunkst added another big moment to her memorable weekend, helping the Warriors to an overtime first-round win against North Allegheny.
Robert West scored on runs of 4 and 2 yards to lead Trinity to a 31-13 upset of West Mifflin Friday night in the Big Nine Conference.
The Tigers were not yet ready to relinquish their vice grip on Midwestern Conference rival New Brighton, pulling out a 36-22 victory.
Lamont Wade rushed for scores of 26, 65 and 85 yards as No. 2 Clairton earned a convincing Eastern Conference win against the Greyhounds.
James Jackson threw for four touchdowns and ran for two more to lead Allderdice to a 54-44 win against Linsly School Friday.
Summaries from Saturday, Oct. 18, 2014
Summaries from Friday, Oct. 17, 2014
Individual leaders from Friday, Oct. 17, 2014
The Post-Gazette selects two high school athletes each week for their outstanding achievements.
North Allegheny won the No. 3 singles and both doubles matches, beating Shady Side, 4-1, Thursday for its second consecutive team title.
The North Allegheny boys won with 38 points and the Mt. Lebanon girls won with 67 Thursday at the Tri-State cross country championships.
Perry was scheduled to play Brashear tonight while Westinghouse was supposed to play at Wheeling Central Catholic (W.Va.) Saturday.
Unranked in the preseason, the Norwin girls soccer team completes a successful regular season.
An eight-game section winning streak lands the Vikings boys soccer team the Section 1-AA title.
Trying to go 1-0 every week has helped the Knights end a three-year playoff drought.
After competing in the WPIAL for two years, the Dragons cross country teams are ready to run in the City League championships.
Girls volleyball team controls its own destiny in race to postseason.
Steady defensive improvement helps Dragons earn top seed in City playoffs.