Though he has recovered from his shoulder surgery, Panthers junior Spencer Lee wasn’t needed during the WPIAL Class AAA team tournament.
The Leopards dominated the competition to claim the WPIAL Class AAA crown and earn a spot in the PIAA team tournament.
The Bucs extended its WPIAL record to 10 team tournament titles in a row.
Fathers join their respective son’s coaching staffs in wrestling programs.
Nathan Barcaskey, at age 12, was told he would never wrestle again.
Junior Mike Mahon is the fourth of five brothers in a line of Foxes wrestlers.
Tigers get big boost from trio of wrestlers returning from injuries to upend No. 5 seed Waynesburg and No. 4 seed Franklin Regional.
The top six in Class AAA and the top five in Class AA.
Western Pennsylvania bowling league adds an individual championship tournament for the first time.
Tyler Worthing is competing in a heavier weight class and it’s paying off with victories.
Hockey teams hoping for victories to build toward the future.
Developing swimmers in multiple disciplines at an early age makes for a more well-rounded competitor.
Senior Kevin Holman looking to be first Bridger to qualify for PIAA tournament since 2006.
Junior Hunter Baxter claimed 1-0 victory at 120 pounds in Allegheny County Tournament championship.
Knowledge of opponent allows Eli Grape to come away with a victory at Allegheny County Tournament.
Due to a scheduling quirk, hockey team forced to play just three games in 32 days.
High-scoring guard Dayna Rouse of Ellis School and champion wrestler Greg Bulsak of South Park earn this week’s honors.
Gage Curry became the fourth wrestler in the history of the tournament to win four titles, doing so in shutout fashion.
The Dragons traveled down south to the Peachtree Corners Invitational and came away with an impressive win against St. Pius X.
Zack Jablonski already owns county gold in wrestling and will defend his title beginning today.
Ainsley Robinson, Leah Baker and Lillie Archer wasted little time emerging as top swimmers for Tigers.
Jess Ligas and Sean Weber decide to play their final seasons for high school hockey team after focusing solely on amateur teams.
Jordan Geist now adds indoor shot put mark to his collection.
North Allegheny seeks a fourth title in a row at Allegheny County event, while North Hills’ Gage Curry is shooting for his fourth in a row.
When hockey team has a full lineup, Foxes can contend with anybody.
Freestyler Bailey Bonnett is ready defend her PIAA championship.
Repeating last year’s record-setting effort within reach for Gladiator wrestlers.
Hockey team clinches playoff berth and now looks for consistency in postseason.
Talented freshmen swimmers step in to replace outstanding senior class.
Robert Scherer uses a little sibling rivalry to become a top wrestler in the WPIAL.
Cohesion will be key as hockey team returns after 23-day layoff.
Gage Curry is aiming to become the fourth four-time champion of the Allegheny County Championships, which start Friday.
Quaker Valley sophomore Beau Tomczak, son of former Steelers QB Mike Tomczak, is a hockey standout for Quakers.
Raiders forced out of Tri-County tournament but fair well at Tool City event in Meadville.
A WPIAL and PIAA championship has generated plenty of interest in the boys program.
Panthers’ hockey team still trying to put it all together.
Class AA wrestling team holds its own in tournament dominated by Class AAA powers.
Junior Cameron Coy claims impressive county title, while younger brother Nick making his mark, too.
Optimism quickly fades as hockey team plummets in PIHL standings.
It’s been a long time since the Tigers’ wrestling team captured a MAC team title.
Midwestern Athletic Conference event was more like a family reunion on the medal stand.
Coleman Vaughn scored just before the buzzer to lift the Colts past the Highlanders in a key Class AAAA section matchup.
Fresh off his Powerade Christmas Tournament crown, Austin Bell might need some time to heal up but says his Leopards team is a force.
Junior Jake Woodley, a three-year starter for the Tigers, is making noise so far this wrestling season and could have more big wins to come.
Drew Phipps finally got to relish the feeling of winning the Powerade last week and now enters the Westermoreland County Coaches tournament.
The Indians closed the previous calendar year on a high note entering the Midwestern Athletic Conference tournament today.
The Panthers have benefited from solid goaltending, but otherwise have a long road to hoe in PIHL Class A competition.
The primary goal for the Golden Tornado, led by Jonathan Fair and Connor Scott, is to get back to Consol Energy Center.
The Eagles will have a difficult stretch run, but after beating Freeport, things are looking up in PIHL Class A play.
Coach Mercedes McCarthy likes what her Vikings bring to the table this season, including a couple of fresh faces.