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Austin Martz scored three goals to lead Shaler to a 7-4 victory against North Hills in the first round of the PIHL Class AA playoffs.
Local standouts such as Franklin Regional’s Michael Kemerer, Devin Brown and Spencer Lee look to continue their success at the state level.
Austin Meyers, who will wrestle in college at West Virginia, will take part in the tournament March 15.
Waynesburg standout A.C. Headlee’s upset of Latrobe’s Luke Pletcher stands out thanks to a thrilling finish.
No. 8 seed Luke Kemerer of Hempfield scores the biggest surprise with a victory against No. 2 seed Mike Heinl of Shaler at 126 pounds.
Burrell’s Al Beattie met Southmoreland rival Jacob Beistel once again in the Class AA Southwest Regional and the result stayed the same.
Peters Township is the defending champion and will enter the playoffs as the No. 2 seed behind North Allegheny.
After a 13-year hiatus, the WPIAL will get a fourth berth per weight class for the PIAA tournament.
Justo Hernandez came close to becoming the second WPIAL wrestling champion in school history.
Since taking up diving in sixth grade, South Fayette’s Trevor Mahoney has risen to the top of his sport locally.
As Peters Township readies for the PIHL playoffs, its coach must decide which talented goalie to go with.
Junior Joey Ferrence improves on last year’s third-place finish by winning WPIAL Class AAA diving event.
Hockey team in holding pattern for play-in game after finishing fourth in conference.
Gio Vonne Sanders outduels Austin Mears of Mount Pleasant to win the 145-pound WPIAL Class AA title.
Records tied, broken in Class AAA Section 1 wrestling tournament.
After a 13-year absence, the WPIAL is once again getting four spots per weight class in the PIAA Class AAA wrestling tournament.
Avella will be represented by two wrestlers at this weekend’s PIAA Class AA Southwest Regional tournament.
The Moon hockey team is trying to look at the big picture as it readies for postseason play.
Taylor Hockenberry breaks a record set in 1998 en route to diving gold medal.
Darion Trimmer places fourth at 132 pounds, advances to PIAA Class AA tournament.
Tigers’ hockey team relies on dependable duo of juniors Joseph Hubert and Douglas Wild.
Top four finishers from the WPIAL/Southwest Region now qualify for the state tournament.
While some aspects of the Class AA Southwest Region Tournament will be different for South Fayette’s Jared Walker, his goal remains clear.
Once again, the North Allegheny boys and girls teams dominated the field to take home the championships in Class AAA.
Lions standout Jared Walker became part of an exclusive WPIAL wrestling club after rallying for his fourth consecutive championship.
North Allegheny continues legacy of dominance on first day at Pitt’s Trees Pool.
With less than a week remaining in the regular season the PIHL playoff field is beginning to take shape.
Despite a small roster,boys swim team records big accomplishments in the pool.
Led by freshman, gymnastics team outdistances rival North Allegheny to win WPIAL title.
Hockey teams will play Monday in a game that will probably determine the conference title.
North Allegheny, Shaler among teams with depleted lineups heading into section tournament.
After a strong dual-meet season, Belle Vernon’s wrestlers are out to make their mark in the individual tournaments.
The Carrick Cougars, which includes players from several schools, are having a remarkable season on the ice.
A surprisingly strong performance against Upper St. Clair earned Mt. Lebanon the section swimming title.
Sparked by a scintillating floor exercise, Baldwin’s Josie Karabinos finishes second in all-around at the WPIAL championships.
Senior Fallon Nelson has gone through all the prep work to win a WPIAL swimming championship.
Eleven of the 14 wrestlers seeded No. 1 in their weight classes are from Section 1.
Usually a showcase for WPIAL wrestling, the Section 4-AAA tournament won’t be quite as competitive this year.
After a disappointing showing against Erie Cathedral Prep, Moon retools for the postseason.
After dominating at the Class AA level, West Allegheny swimmers will find the level of competition a bit more challenging this year.
Terri Gazda was a busy woman at last weekends WPIAL gymnastics championships as she coached three competing teams.
Sophomore Taylor Hockenberry, who was the runner-up a year ago, breaks mark set in 1998.
Chartiers Valley's Maria Lohman win fourth WPIAL diving title in a row.
Six WPIAL seniors have joined the 150-win club this season, four from Franklin Regional, and five others are closing in on the mark.
For the first time this season, the league has opted to use set brackets and play-in games.
After a disappointing performance in the PIAA team tournament, South Fayette is gearing up for individual competition.
Sto-Rox will honor former athletes and a championship team as well as some other boosters at its annual hall of fame banquet.
Scott Stoner, in his 22nd season with Golden Tornado, is the 16th coach to reach milestone.
Yellowjackets exceed preseason expectations behind strong team play.
After a disappointing showing in the PIAA team tournament, South Fayette hopes to come back strong in the individual competition.