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It was an odd sight to see Lawrence Timmons vomit on the field Monday, but he missed just one play and led the Steelers defense to a win.
The ball-hogging Colts might well be unflappable on offense and defense, but their leader’s phone is certainly flippable.
The Royals earned a 7-2 victory Wednesday night against the Giants that spiced things up as the Series shifts to San Francisco.
Josh Bell has been playing some first base in the Arizona Fall League, another Pirates experiment for this talented outfielder.
Ben Roethlisberger faces the next in the line of great QBs Sunday, when he can join elite company with his 100th win in his 150th start.
Within a year, the Colts have gone from one of the league’s worst defenses to one of its best, even without injured sackmaster Robert
Nick Spaling’s versatility earns him a promotion to center on the third line, bigger role in all facets of the game.
With no clear favorite, Pitt is looking to capitalize against its next two opponents, Georgia Tech and Duke.
The Yough girls soccer team let up a goal for the first time, but the Cougars edged South Fayette, 3-2, in a WPIAL Class AA quarterfinal.
After years of famine, Avella is feasting on a return to the WPIAL playoffs.
Penn State defenders say they won’t rest while waiting on offense to come around.
Coordinator Tony Gibson re-applied the look after success with it more than a decade ago.
In a span of 33 days, Dom DeBonis, 81, had four holes in one on four courses in three states.
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.
Oakland resident Goldie Edwards has a spot in the U.S. Squash Hall of Fame with her name on it, and a rags-to-riches story, too.
Cheswick's Dan McCoy works his way to the top of the sled hockey world, then finds that his priorities are changing.