Conor Richardson left a legacy at Carlynton and in so doing became the West Xtra Female High School Athlete of the Year.
Junior National Boys Volleyball Championships in Columbus, Ohio, attract plenty of interest from district squads.
Track and football standout Ori Rinaman lands North Xtra Athlete of the Year honor.
Amanda O’Connor takes over job of rebuilding Titans’ volleyball program.
Maria Lohman,a four-time WPIAL and three-time PIAA diving champion, is the South Xtra Female High School Athlete of the Year.
Wolverines beat Plum, but have been working to field a complete team.
Wrestling coach resigns after 12 seasons with the Gators.
Connellsville javelin standout Madison Wiltrout, also a strong basketball player, is just a sophomore, but is already making history.
Phenom Spencer Lee will wrestle up in age group at the FILA World Championships.
Legendary coach Chuck Tursky turns over wrestling program to Chris Heater.
Westmoreland County American Legion team battling for first place.
Although he still has another year in middle school, Riverside’s Skyler Fox is already making a name for himself on the golf course.
Moon’s Salvatore Pollastro has been chosen to play in a high school lacrosse invitational next week in Richmond, Va.
Peters Township’s Tanner Johnson keeps working to refine his game on the golf course.
Jarod Verkleeren will be a busy guy on the wrestling mats this summer, culminating in a trip to the FILA World Championships in August.
Sanshiro Abe excited to take over Tigers program after coaching at Central Catholic.
Foxes fall to Landisville Hempfield in PIAA volleyball championship.
WPIAL champion Fox Chapel takes a tough loss in the PIAA boys volleyball title match.
The loss of boats and equipment in a fire didn’t hold back the team, which had its best spring season ever.
Despite having to replace seven of its top nine players from last year, Ambridge won another WPIAL volleyball title.
Late flurry by Garnet Valley bumps Quakers’ girls lacrosse team from PIAA playoffs.
Volleyball team holds off Seneca Valley to advance to Saturday’s final against Parkland.
Other than two losses to Quaker Valley, the Mt. Lebanon girls lacrosse season was practically perfect.
Bethel Park lost in the PIAA volleyball quarterfinals, but the Black Hawks expect to have plenty of talented players returning.
Eagles fall in PIAA volleyball semifinals to District 10 champion Saegertown.