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Upper St. Clair's Ryan Dudzinski sets a PIAA record with a 47.44-second gold-medal swim in the 100 butterfly.
Bethel Park quickly turned a scoreless draw into a rout, advances to Class AAA final.
Avella Area's Jake Temple completed his season with a 43-0 mark to win the school's first state title since 1988.
Four finalists, including two state champions, led a strong contingent of Panthers at the state championship tournament.
Norwin's Kathryn Painter figures to be a factor in at least two events at the PIAA Class AAA swimming championships.
Usually an unemotional sort, Luke Pletcher found reason to celebrate at the PIAA championship meet.
Given the amount of talent that was no longer with the team this season, Latrobe advanced about as far as could be expected.
Three members of the South Fayette High wrestling team were PIAA place-winners, but the Lions were nonetheless disappointed.
After a slow start to the season, the Thomas Jefferson hockey team is coming on strong.
Canon-McMillan didn't send as many wrestlers to the state championships as it has in some years, but the two who went got positive results.
Chartiers Valley junior Drew Damich figures to be in the hunt for gold medals in two events at the PIAA Class AA swimming championships.
Jonathan Avon, an unheralded senior from North Hills, captured third place at the PIAA Class AAA wrestling championships.
Brooke Zukowski was energized by her championship performance at the WPIAL meet and looks for more success at the state level.
A young Sewickley Academy hockey team advanced to the league championship game to close its season strong.
Crusaders advance to Penguins Cup final after losing a year goal in the semifinals as the No. 1 seed.
Two-time defending Penguins Cup champions score twice in the final 30 seconds to keep hopes for three-peat alive.
Despite the withdrawal of one Pennsylvania sensation, the Dapper Dan Wrestling Classic still features plenty of standout competitors.
Wildcats senior Jason Nolf ends his career at 176-1 and with a third PIAA championship.
One wasn't enough for a few area standouts, as all three won back-to-back state championships Saturday.
It took every last bit of effort, but J.J. Walker and Jake Temple will both get to wrestle for their first PIAA championships.
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.
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.
Instead of taking the "easy way out," Montour's Cole Macek challenged himself and still won a WPIAL wrestling championship.
Although West Allegheny finished first in just one event, the Indians won the WPIAL title by using its amazing depth.
Chartiers Valley's Noah Wilps failed to win a WPIAL title, but he qualified for the PIAA championships again.
Although they didn't win the WPIAL title, the Upper St. Clair boys swimmers put on quite a show.
Two Canon-McMillan wrestlers won WPIAL titles to lead a parade of PIAA qualifiers from the South Xtra area.
Brian Dee wasn't chosen for the PIHL all-star game, but his statistics say he should have been.
East area well represented by WPIAL championship performances.
Judson Shiffler, a favorite in the 50 freestyle, comes through with a WPIAL championship.
East area schools taking most wrestlers to Hershey for PIAA tournament.
Spartans' hockey team turns things around, finishes with 19-4 record.
Sophomore has little time to reflect on first loss with the start of PIAA wrestling tournament.
New coach Patrick Wenzel happy to carry on Tigers' swimming tradition.
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.
It was a day for underdogs at the Class AAA WPIAL/Southwest Regional tournament, highlighted by Penn Hills junior Te'Shan Campbell.
The Tigers won a sixth consecutive title on the girls side and third in a row on the boys side Friday at the Class AAA championships.
Longtime coach George McCormack died a week before the season began, and the team hopes to pay tribute by reaching the state tournament.
North Allegheny in familiar position in Class AAA swimming championships; Mars boys, West Allegheny girls lead in Class AA.
Seneca Valley's hopes of a top four seed and a bye in the Class AAA Penguins Cup playoffs were all but dashed Jan. 28 against Shaler.
Wildcat wrestlers seeded No. 1 in three weight classes in Class AAA field.
Judson Shiffler a favorite to win WPIAL title in 50 freestyle.
Brothers Terrell Fields, Marcus Davenport claim WPIAL Class AA championships.
Getting that first hockey win rewarding for James and Eli Reith.