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Crusaders advance to Penguins Cup final after losing a year goal in the semifinals as the No. 1 seed.
PIAA playoff: Hempfield advances to PIAA Class AAAA girls quarterfinals with 54-44 win against Fox Chapel.
PIAA playoffs: Tigers to face Hempfield in Class AAAA quarterfinals; Bishop Canevin, Seton-LaSalle and Burrell advance in Class AA.
PIAA playoffs: It's a case of deja vu as Central Valley rallies for another win against Thomas Jefferson.
PIAA playoffs: Lancaster Mennonite ousts Colts; Three WPIAL Class A schools advance.
Box scores from Tuesday, March 11, 2014
Two-time defending Penguins Cup champions score twice in the final 30 seconds to keep hopes for three-peat alive.
When it comes to bouncing back, North Allegheny’s actions speak louder than words.
The last time Uniontown and Farrell met in a PIAA playoff was 26 years ago, and an official scorer’s error led to an incorrect outcome.
Despite winning a WPIAL title and making it to the semifinals two other times in 10 seasons, Josh Bears will not be retained as coach.
Despite the withdrawal of one Pennsylvania sensation, the Dapper Dan Wrestling Classic still features plenty of standout competitors.
The Cougars, coming off their Class AAA WPIAL title, kept up the momentum with a win Saturday in the first round of the PIAA playoffs.
Wildcats senior Jason Nolf ends his career at 176-1 and with a third PIAA championship.
Winter Fondi's layup was a late arrival in overtime for the Quakers, but it was all they needed Saturday for a PIAA first-round win.
After setting aside their disappointment from the WPIAL title game, the Talbots responded with a 58-43 win against Allderdice Saturday.
One wasn't enough for a few area standouts, as all three won back-to-back state championships Saturday.
Box scores from Saturday, March 8, 2014
It took every last bit of effort, but J.J. Walker and Jake Temple will both get to wrestle for their first PIAA championships.
Not even a week after capturing its first WPIAL girls' basketball championship, Penn-Trafford saw its season come to a sudden end.
Monessen needed more than one overtime to win its PIAA playoff opener Friday.
It took some time, but eventually the WPIAL champion Warriors shook off their early struggles to beat Mars for a first-round PIAA win.
Box scores from Friday, March 7, 2014
HERSHEY, Pa. -- Penn-Trafford's Cameron Coy is a freshman, but he's not wrestling like most freshmen.
The North Allegheny-Penn-Trafford game went to overtime Thursday night, and the extra period turned out to be Miller time -- again.
Bo Nickal may live in the heart of Texas, but he's coming to Pennsylvania to wrestle in college.
Cable, a Mt. Lebanon alum and a redshirt sophomore at Notre Dame, averages 5.3 points and 3.2 rebounds for the No. 2-ranked team in America.
Not many hoops teams in WPIAL history had two future NFL players in the starting five. Add a future NBA-er and you get a team for the ages.
Hampton junior Mike Stritzinger sent a text message to his coach Matt Ranallo a few weeks ago saying the team was ready for the playoffs.
Jacob St. George is now part of a surreal WPIAL championship lineage that goes back more than 70 years and spans four generations.
Baldwin's line of Anthony Alaimo, Max Milan and Brian Dee were the driving force for the highest-scoring team in Open Class history, and a
Upper St. Clair swimmer Ryan Dudzinski and Penn-Trafford basketball player Maria Palarino are this week's honorees.
East area well represented by WPIAL championship performances.
Judson Shiffler, a favorite in the 50 freestyle, comes through with a WPIAL championship.
Dragons lone City League representative in PIAA boys tournament.
East area schools taking most wrestlers to Hershey for PIAA tournament.
Spartans' hockey team turns things around, finishes with 19-4 record.
There's a first time for everything, and for the Penn-Trafford girls, that includes winning a WPIAL championship.
Centurions' boys basketball team quickly regroups for PIAA tournament.
Sophomore has little time to reflect on first loss with the start of PIAA wrestling tournament.
Talbots used to entering PIAA tournament after loss to New Castle.
New coach Patrick Wenzel happy to carry on Tigers' swimming tradition.
Royals will once again be turning it up despite loss in WPIAL championship.
Winning the Class A WPIAL championship for the third season in a row was a thrill for Vincentian, but bigger goals lie ahead.
Championship ends eight-year drought for Christian school.
Career accomplishments will be achieved, while some will fall just short as the stage is set for the PIAA wrestling finals this weekend.
In Class AA, the third-ranked Riverhawks led wire to wire as they cruised to a 7-3 rout of Latrobe Tuesday night.
Mt. Lebanon's Reed Farber did all he could to extend the Blue Devils' season, but in the end it wasn't enough.
A number of unblemished marks will be put to the test in the PIAA individual tournaments for Class AA and AAA.
It was a strong showing from WPIAL wrestlers Saturday, as a number of individual standouts and the Burrell team claimed titles.
Big Macs standout Solomon Chishko became the 24th wrestler to win four WPIAL titles with his victory Saturday on his home mat.