Battles with health, injuries didn’t derail the Crusaders’ journey to a PIAA gold medal.
The Crusaders won their first PIAA Class A championship Saturday with a victory against North Star.
The Crusaders will face North Star in their first PIAA final appearance.
The district will add the project to a bond issue already approved to rebuild Rogers Primary School.
Tigers are off to a good start, but look to maintain that success all the way to the Penguins Cup.
Ron Tarquinio takes over for Mike Johnson, who will stay on as an assistant coach.
Both teams swept in quarterfinal round of the PIAA volleyball playoffs.
Dane Johnson hired to turn Vikings’ wrestling program around.
Bill Lewis turns over program to assistant Marc Allemang due to medical condition.
Roman Kraemer is off to a blazing start with hockey team, but must sit out now and wait for hearing.
Girls volleyball team wins first two sets, but loses next three to exit PIAA tournament.
Girls volleyball team bumped from playoffs, fails to defend PIAA Class A title.
The WPIAL champion two of the past three years will face District 5 champion North Star in the title match at 11 a.m. Saturday.
The Fighting Highlanders move on to the last four for the second year in a row after sweeping Upper St. Clair in the quarterfinals.
Zoe Pawlak can do it all, but the Yellowjackets did their best to save her energy for the playoffs, and it paid off with a WPIAL title.
The Foxes didn’t have nearly as fast of a turnaround this season after capturing their second Class AAA title in four years.
The Highlanders also won the WPIAL a season ago, but this finish was especially sweet for Mackenzie Voelker.
Evenly matched Greensburg Central Catholic and Serra Catholic fall in WPIAL playoffs.
Sophie Ogot doesn’t show up on the score sheet of a 1-0 win against Shady Side Academy, but the Tigers needed her hard work on defense.
The Crusaders also benefited from the return of senior Erin Cunningham, who was happy to come back sooner than expected from injury.
The Tigers advanced out of the first round with a victory against District 6 winner State College.
Highlanders defeat North Allegheny; Freeport (AA), Bishop Canevin (A) also prevail.
Royals junior Marianne Abdalah is now 3 for 3 in taking home PIAA Class A cross country championships.
Laurel Shymansky and Amanda Nord win the state doubles final in their second appearance, beating Tina Li and Ashley Huang of North
Freeport and West Shamokin will meet in the Class AA final, while Bishop Canevin will take on Shenango in Class A.
Nick Wolk uses big kick to earn WPIAL Class AAA cross country championship.
Charlotte Madson gets unexpected surprise and will compete in PIAA Class AAA tennis championships.
Rudy Nesbitt is let go at Thomas Jefferson, but hired to turn around wrestling program with Highlanders.
Lauren Finikiotis takes advantage of wind, hills to capture WPIAL Class AAA girls cross country championship.
Natalia Perry suffers another setback and misses PIAA singles tournament.
Dom Peretta captures second WPIAL Class A cross country championship in a row.
WPIAL Class AA champion looks to capture elusive PIAA championship.
Cross country team wins 11th WPIAL title in a row; North Xtra teams shine at Cooper’s Lake.
Both teams breeze to PIAA golf championships; Sewickley takes Class AA boys, NA captures Class AAA girls.
Ananya Dua ready for possible rematch against North Allegheny’s WPIAL champion Anna Li.
Sophomores Paige Ryan and Abby Pitcairn each scored second-half goals to lift Fox Chapel to 2-0 victory against North Allegheny in the
The Tigers took home their fourth PIAA title, but also became the first to do so three years in a row.
Boys win 11th AAA title in a row, but Peters Township’s Nick Wolk races off with the individual title.
Girls tennis team knows its strength and needs help from doubles in the PIAA tournament.
Senior Maya Watkins helps turn around girls soccer team.
Girls tennis team falls to nemesis North Allegheny in WPIAL final, turns to PIAA tournament for redemption.
A few subjects stand out as coaches respond to a Post-Gazette questionnaire.
Just like last year, girls tennis team heads to PIAA tournament after a consolation victory.
Strong development program has hockey team cautiously optimistic.