The alleged victim says he attended a football camp at Penn State University in 1988 as a recruit and "guest of the university."
Three home runs off San Diego Padres starter Ian Kennedy extended the Pirates’ winning streak to seven games.
Harrison, who turned 37 earlier this month, is trying to have major impact on the young linebackers on the Steelers’ roster.
Ray Searage is an outstanding coach who “drives the bus every now and then and grinds the gears.”
The foundation has brought in $23,000 since 2010. The classic will be held July 13 at Southpointe Golf Club in Cecil.
Belle Vernon rallies in last inning to beat Yough and win the WPIAL Class AAA softball title game.
Jefferson-Morgan rallies past Chartiers-Houston with three runs in the fifth inning to pull out a 3-2 victory.
Sophomore Morgan Ryan had a stellar performance at the WPIAL Class AAAA Softball Championship game against North Allegheny.
Deer Lakes ended Mohawk’s perfect season with 13-5 victory, capped by Maria Taliani’s grand slam in the sixth inning.
Tim Shaffer finds some help and wins the Jim Ford Memorial All Star Sprint Car event.
Amateurs Nathan Smith and Sean Knapp headline list of golfers who will be inducted in October.
Tyler Carter saves his best for last in winning the PIAA championship in triple jump.
Sophomore captures PIAA championship in 100-meter dash.
Chad Kissell brings more gold to family by winning the PIAA Class AAA singles championship.
Boys volleyball team makes a strong showing as No. 4 seed to qualify for PIAA tournament.
Centurions defeat California for first baseball championship in school’s 56-year history.
Ron Park ends 44-year coaching career and is inducted in National Wrestling Hall of Fame.
Despite taking gold medals in two events at the PIAA track championships, Beaver Falls junior was disappointed by not setting a record,
West Allegheny’s Skyler Mason continues to show major improvement in his only track event — the javelin.
WPIAL champ runs the perfect race to win event in PIAA championships.
Despite having to replace seven of the top nine players from last year’s title-winning team, Ambridge wins another volleyball championship.
A “worst-to-first” scenario barely eluded the Blackhawk High School girls lacrosse team this season.
Girls lacrosse team has had visions of WPIAL Division I crown for several years.
Disappointed by their showing in the WPIAL tournament, Blackhawk players look for redemption in American Legion play.
Seniors lead the way to Division II title in boys lacrosse.
Jared Isaacs and Richard Hoffman team up to win PIAA Class AAA championship.
Lacrosse team uses big second half to notch Division II title against Blackhawk.
Ori Rinaman wins double gold at PIAA championships with victories in 110 and 300 hurdles.
Foxes settle score with Seneca Valley, earn WPIAL boys volleyball championship.
Monessen’s Raymond Sitton, a WPIAL champion in the 110-meter high hurdles, ran a personal best to earn a medal at the PIAA championships.
It took two extra sessions, but Mt. Lebanon continued its amazing string of winning a lacrosse championship every other year.
Although disappointed in losing to Quaker Valley in the WPIAL championship match, the Mt. Lebanon girls lacrosse team stayed positive.
By virtue of its victory in the WPIAL third-place match, Bethel Park advances to the state volleyball tournament.
Barely qualifying for the state tournament, Mt. Lebanon’s doubles team over-achieved at the PIAA
Two college-bound high school seniors were awarded caddie scholarships by South Hills Country Club.
Thomas Jefferson grad Brock DeCicco is hoping his six-year odyssey in college football yields an offer from a pro football team.
Pirates infielder Jung Ho Kang continues to win over fans and teammates with his bat, glove, arm, smile and sense of humor.
Stephen takes your questions on the Pirates, who ride a six-game win streak into a West Coast weekend.
Gerry takes your questions on the Steelers and what he’s observed thus fair during 2015 OTA sessions.
In parts of six seasons with the Penguins, Dan Bylsma had a 252-117-32 record, including a Stanley Cup victory in 2009.
Pedro Alvarez’s home run statistics are unusual, to say the least.
Potential free-agent Ehrhoff gets clean bill of health after concussions, says his agent.
Jerome Bettis, no slouch himself when he was a player, thinks Le’Veon Bell can be Steelers’ all-time best running back.
Pitching prospect Nick Kingham has season-ending surgery; Jameson Taillon’s rehabilitation from same surgery continues.
The WPIAL Class AA champion Bridgers, No. 3 Trojans tripped up in first round of state playoffs.
Mt. Lebanon, North Allegheny and Shady Side Academy bounced in the first round of the state playoffs.
Alonzo Nelson-Ododa, a graduate transfer from Richmond, announced this past weekend his intention to play for Pitt next season.
The Panthers’ game against the Wolverines is part of the ACC/Big Ten Challenge in December.
The U.S. government launched an attack on what it called deep-seated and brazen corruption in soccer’s global governing body.
It’s a great time to be a Pirates fan. It’s not so much a question of who’s playing well, but who isn’t playing well? They won their fifth