Joining Trevor Mahoney as champion in 2A girls was Ava Talorico, a sophomore from Beaver.
Only a freshman, this 15-year-old phenom is ready to make a name for herself at the upcoming WPIAL championships.
Gus Solomon, who has battled injuries his entire career, was scratched from the Class 3A Section 1 tournament because of injury.
Tigers’ boys and girls squads enter the WPIAL championships with targets on their backs.
Vikings capture regular-season title, but haven’t won a Penguins Cup crown since 1998.
Hampton’s Katrina Jones placed second on vault but then swept the other events to finish with a 38.925 all-around score, a WPIAL record.
Freedom’s Kody Komara and Bentworth’s Manny Dovshek, both former WPIAL silver medalists, claimed the gold medal that had eluded them.
WPIAL CLASS AA TOURNAMENT
A number of girls from the Penguins Elite program interact with professional players and see what it takes to make the big time.
WPIAL Class 2A will have a busy weekend beginning today at Canon-McMillan.
Jordan Miller overcomes sickness to win WPIAL individual title; Trinity ends Woodland Hills’ reign with team championship.
Move up to Class 3A hasn’t slowed the Mars senior as she goes after her third WPIAL championship in a row.
Five teams are within a point of first place with two weeks remaining in the regular season.
North Allegheny falls short of the top four after falling to Erie Cathedral Prep.
North Allegheny went further than expected in the PIAA Class 3A wrestling tournament, but were tamed by defending champion Bethlehem
The WPIAL Class 3A champion Cavaliers remain unbeaten; the Tigers won their first six matches to advance.
Losing in state final last year has inspired top-ranked Nino Bonaccorsi to become Bethel Park’s first state champion.
Franklin Regional standout to close out career with a shot at avenging one of his few losses.
Isaiah Gregory looking to win or finish in the top three in his events at the WPIAL Class 3A finals.
With a win Monday, Mustangs clinch East Division title and home ice for the first round of the playoffs.
Craig Barnett is putting his stamp on development in the PIHL.
“We’re obviously out there to win as many games as we can ... but it’s not worth putting your life in danger,” a Bethel Park assistant said.
Brothers Danny and Tom Starr each recorded pins to lead the Cavaliers to a 41-21 victory against the Big Macs Saturday at Penn Hills.
Burrell stole the Class 2A wrestling show by defeating No. 5 Derry and No. 3 Freedom for the title.
Injury has forced senior Sarah Mautino to skip her final season and prepare for her college career.
Gavin Teasdale the eighth wrestler in Pennsylvania history to post 100 consecutive victories.
Because of the setup of Class 1A teams, many players have gone unseen into Sunday’s contest.
Woodland Hills is favored to win its fourth in a row, but the team that focuses the best will come away with the title.
Semifinal round is set in Class 3A with Franklin Regional facing Kiski Area and Canon-McMillan and North-Allegheny meeting in the other
Team Black wins Class 3A All-Star game after Ryan Heil blocks shootout attempt by Erik Chidester, who happens to be his teammate at NA.
Brooke Zukowski already has three WPIAL titles in the 100 breaststroke, and is ready to make it four in a row.
With plenty of the school’s other sports teams owning championships, Vikings’ hockey team is ready to raise its own banner.
The best players in the league will face off in the annual all-star games Sunday in Harmarville.
Both are ranked No. 1, but there’s plenty of others that could come away with a team championship.
Top-ranked wrestler at 160 pounds dominates the action at the Allegheny County Tournament.
The Big Macs, No. 3 in the WPIAL, dominated Moon in the semifinals then beat No. 6 Waynesburg in the Class 3A Section 4 championship.