North Allegheny wins its first Class 3A boys swimming title since 2010 and Fox Chapel sophomore Jonah Cagley was the only area medalist.
Beaver sophomore Ava Talorico was considered to have a chance of bringing home a medal at the PIAA Class 2A diving finals. She came through.
Seven of the 13 bouts in the feature match of the Pittsburgh Wrestling Classic included a wrestler who was ranked No. 1 in the country.
Peters Township had to go through the top three seeds in the PIHL Class 3A Penguins Cup tournament to reach and then win the final.
“Those who transition from female to male shall only be eligible to compete in the male category without restriction,” new policy states.
Panthers get another shot at three-time defending champion West Chester Bayard Rustin.
Jefferson-Morgan junior decides against Iowa, headed to NCAA Division I wrestling champion.
Extra week gives Fox Chapel’s Jonah Cagley more time to focus on PIAA championships.
Spencer Lee’s withdrawal and abundance of talent at 182 pounds results in some lineup tweaks.
Georgia will send 22 state champions up against a strong lineup of WPIAL all-stars in preliminary matchup.
Swimmers Mason Gonzalez of North Allegheny and Trinity Ward of Mt. Lebanon.
Chris Groetsch sank the winning free throws to help Sewickley Academy beat Bishop Canevin, 50-48.
Franklin Regional ruined Indiana sophomore Madison Barker’s championship debut in goal in the PIHL Penguins Cup final.
The Tigers have a big enough margin to claim the title but official results won’t ready until after the delayed diving portion has ended.
Highlands senior Bailey Bonnett always rates her personal performance against her personal best time.
An Indiana High School sophomore, Madison Barker is the first female starting goalie on a team in the Penguins Cup championship.
Late-season injury will keep the four-time PIAA finalist from competing in event.
Panthers won the Penguins Cup last year, and look to make it two in a row.
Senior Taylor Petrak pulled out the second-fastest time recorded at the PIAA Class 2A meet with a 22.94-second lap
Jefferson-Morgan senior Gavin Teasdale leads the way with his third PIAA title.
Cameron Coy claimed his third PIAA title with an undefeated record to become Penn-Trafford’s second all-time leader in wins.
Olivia Livingston broke two records at WPIAL meet, but must regroup and set sights on state competition.
Long WPIAL powerhouses, the Tigers’ boys and girls teams haven’t dominated as much at the PIAA championships.
The Vikings earned their first trip to the Penguins Cup championship game since winning the 1998 title.
Latrobe answered a Quaker Valley goal with a vengeance and the Wildcats never trailed again to advance to the final.
The Panthers scored three goals late in the third period to top Thomas Jefferson, 6-4, in the PIHL Class 1A Penguins Cup semifinal.
Seneca Valley seems to have righted its ship in time to face explosive Central Catholic in the Penguins Cup.
In his 12 career PIAA matches, Teasdale — 40-0 this season — has scored 214 points, not including one bout that ended by fall.
Spencer Lee finishes his storied high school career on a sour note — in defeat to Austin DeSanto in the PIAA Class 3A wrestling
Griffiths got bast Gabe Miller of Pequea Valley in his comeback 12-9 victory Friday.
Bishop Canevin among those squads looking to turn things around.
Now healthy, Sead Niksic of Obama Academy looks to add more gold to his collection.
Spencer Lee entered the PIAA tournament Thursday with a 141-0 career record, ahead of Cary Kolat’s career mark of 137-0 at Jefferson-Morgan.
Longtime Canon-McMillan coach joins brother Phil as an inductee into the Southwestern Pennsylvania and PWCA halls of fame.
Chartiers Valley spent most of the season in first place in the PIHL Class 1A West Division, but were eliminated early in the playoffs.
The PIAA will debut a format that seeds the regional champions in each weight class in order to avoid number one seeds meeting too early.
Frankin Regional senior Spencer Lee was one of five wrestlers who entered the weekend with an unblemished record.
Tyler Kocak posted two wins to advance to the 106-pound semifinals, including a 6-2 quarterfinal upset of the No. 1 seed.
Olivia Livingston set her 2nd WPIAL record in as many days after she won her 2nd title in the 100 freestyle with a time of 49.53 seconds.
Though Mason Gonzalez recently switched to the 50 freestyle, his 20.03-second finish set a WPIAL record.
Two wrestlers already have qualified for the PIAA tournament, and others in Class 3A will be looking to join them.
Kentucky recruit Bailey Bonnett is a three-time champion in two events heading into her final events in the WPIAL championships.
Four wrestlers who have finals experience will be vying for the 132-pound championship.
Central Catholic is favored in Class 3A, but there are plenty of teams that could come away with the championship.