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North Allegheny won the No. 3 singles and both doubles matches, beating Shady Side, 4-1, Thursday for its second consecutive team title.
The North Allegheny boys won with 38 points and the Mt. Lebanon girls won with 67 Thursday at the Tri-State cross country championships.
After competing in the WPIAL for two years, the Dragons cross country teams are ready to run in the City League championships.
Girls volleyball team controls its own destiny in race to postseason.
Beaver is trying to extend its run of WPIAL volleyball playoff appearances to 17 years in a row.
Off its performance at the Central Catholic Invitational, the Beaver boys cross country team rates as a legitimate WPIAL title contender.
With a team full of low handicappers, Sewickley had little trouble winning the WPIAL Class AA team golf title.
Volleyball team overcomes slow start to keep postseason streak alive.
Despite some significant graduation attrition, Mt. Lebanon still rates as a contender for the WPIAL Class AAA girls cross country title.
Two boys and two girls from WPIAL shot well enough in the PIAA Western Regional to advance to the state championships next week in York.
The Post-Gazette takes note of the achievements of two district high school athletes.
High school highlights: Brashear had little trouble in the City League Thursday night, rolling past Carrick at Cupples Stadium.
The WPIAL class of 2015 has more than a half dozen wrestlers who have already made verbal commitments to major-college programs
Peters Township boys, Central Valley girls win Class AAA team golf titles; Sewickley Academy sweeps Class AA crowns.
Former champion coach Jim Black leads the PIHL into a new era that is built to increase competition from top to bottom.
For the fifth year in a row, the Mars girls soccer team will head into the postseason as unbeaten section champions.
Taking things one match at a time has paid off for the Mt. Lebanon girls volleyball team.
High school cross country runners will compete in a meet today at Mingo Creek Park with plenty of meaning.
Focusing on mental aspect of running pays off for cross country teams.
Crucial final matches to determine postseason position in girls volleyball.
Winner captures regular-season title and top seed in playoffs.
Despite having to shuffle personnel at the key setter position, Blackhawk will advance to the WPIAL playoffs.
In a classic “sisters act,“ Quaker Valley’s Bojalads defeated Beaver’s Taylors in the WPIAL doubles championship match.
Despite some significant graduation attrition and moving up in class, the Central Valley girls golf team is still a contender.
Volleyball team loses two starters but still battling to remain in playoff picture.
The No. 5 Raiders claimed the Class AAA Section 2 title again thanks to a little help from North Allegheny’s loss to Shaler.
The Tigers were short-handed Saturday, but still managed to finish first in the Boys A Division at the Central Catholic Invitational.
A one-hole playoff was needed, but Fox Chapel’s Anthony Cordaro won the WPIAL Class AAA golf crown with Arnold Palmer on hand to watch.
Garrett Blake’s goal with two minutes left in the game gave Class AAA No. 2 Upper St. Clair a 2-1 win at No. 3 Peters Township.
Mars volleyball team is finding success competing in Class AAA.
Cross country team reaping benefits of a large athletic program.
Laurel Shymansky and Amanda Nord storm to Class AAA Section 3 doubles title.
Mt. Lebanon has qualified two doubles teams for the WPIAL Class AAA tournament.
Ranked No. 2 in the preseason, undefeated Thomas Jefferson is proving worthy of that lofty ranking.
Wes Keeling tried to stay out of trouble on a difficult course and in so doing tied for second at the WPIAL Class AA championships.
Knights emerging as one of the top volleyball teams in rugged Section 1.
Course management is the key to success for Mustangs' Andrew Reynolds.
The Our Lady of the Sacred Heart volleyball team looks to add to its string of WPIAL playoff appearances.
A pair of doubles teams from Beaver, including the Taylor sisters, will compete in the district championships.
Ryan Sproule scored three times to help Class AAA No. 1 Central Catholic clinch Section 4 with a win against Bethel Park.
Lauren Waller fires a personal-best 4-under 68 for crown; Greensburg Central Catholic sophomore Olivia Zambruno takes AA championship.
A couple of returns for touchdowns helped lead the Bulls past Perry for their first City League victory.
Quaker Valley’s Tanabe earns victory in Class AA individual boys golf championship at Youghiogheny Country Club.
Despite a plethora of injuries, Riverside remains in contention for a WPIAL playoff spot in girls soccer.
A new coach and a new section has yielded an excellent start to the season for the Montour girls volleyball team.
Hannah Phillips, a junior at Carlynton, qualified for the state Class AA singles tournament.
Veteran coach Jon Vallina has departed, but Burgettstown is still a small-school power in golf.
Tigers sophomore qualifies for PIAA tournament by finishing third in WPIALs.
Unbeaten record against WPIAL teams has field hockey team with lofty goals.
New coach inherits challenge of turning girls volleyball team into a winner.