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Penguins will try to answer tough questions during training camp.
Steelers safety Mike Mitchell is frustrated by penalties and fines that force him to aim for knees when tackling.
Physical forward Daniel Carcillo hoping for a longer stay with the Penguins this time around.
Thursday night, Gerrit Cole looked like the pitcher who rolled through September a year ago.
The Panthers’ Paul Chryst and Hawkeyes coach Kirk Ferentz, an Upper St. Clair graduate, are far from strangers.
Penn State's newest receiving combination of DaeSean Hamilton and Geno Lewis might be an unlikely mix, but is on a record-setting pace.
Saturday afternoon high school football games in the WPIAL are like telephone booths. You can't find many of them any more.
John Ruane has almost quietly pushed Penn-Trafford into the upper echelon of Class AAAA programs.
With the first set tied between sisters Alyvia and Michaela Kluska, the unexpected happened, resulting in a Class AA WPIAL title for Alyvia.
Damon Rosol and Rod Steele first crossed paths in seventh grade at the Washington Education Center in Lawrenceville.
Points leader Donny Schatz chases the World of Outlaws STP Sprint Cars title Saturday night in the Commonwealth Clash at Lernerville.
The cleanup slot has been in good hands with Neil Walker, who has provided plenty of offense for the Pirates lately.
Turnovers point way to winning and losing, and few teams know that better than the Steelers.
A roundup of what’s biting on regional waterways.
The Fumbler is no hot dog but he relishes posting big numbers: he went 52-14 in his Week 1 picks and 51-14 in Week 2.
The Post-Gazette plans to publish boys and girls soccer scoring leaders next week.
Thursday’s game was tighter than the previous two iterations, but the outcome was the same.
The Central Valley girls soccer team held the longest unbeaten streak in the state until Hopewell put an end to it Wednesday.
New coach Mike Johnston eager to see the pieces fit when the Penguins begin on-ice, training-camp workouts Friday.
A proposal would provide give representation to students, faculty and the alumni association but also keep the nine alumni board members.
A win Wednesday night against Boston marked the 49th consecutive game in which the Pirates had a least one extra-base hit.
Mike Mitchell and Troy Polamalu were penalized for unnecessary roughness, aiding the Ravens on a touchdown drive that gave them a 17-6 lead.
Bill takes your questions on the Pirates, who look to sweep the Red Sox tonight at home.
Pirates notebook: The Pirates entered a game Wednesday night with a 1.47 bullpen ERA since the start of September.
Steelers notebook: NFL's new drug policy takes shape, appeases owners and players.
Tailback Bell sees a need for more-balanced offense from Steelers, and he would be in the middle of it.
Coach Mike Johnston said the injuries to Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin appear to be short-term ailments.
The Mountaineers’ kicker, punter and their position group counterparts put the "special" in special teams.
Pitt redshirt freshman Alex Officer knows he is not a lock to remain Pitt's starting center.
Post-Gazette college sports reporters Sam Werner and Stephen Nesbitt talk about Pitt’s James Conner, WVU’s Clint Trickett and more.
With a struggling running game, Penn State tries to create offense with the wildcat and some gimmick plays.
Nobody asked me, but . . .
Sophomore Pete Coughlin impressive as W&J’s new starting quarterback.
This week’s honorees are running back Austin Kemp of Thomas Jefferson and goalkeeper Kyra Murphy of Canon-McMillan.
With so few teams left in City League, every week is a big game.
Outscoring opponents, 28-1, is a good way to rise to the top in boys soccer.
Indians face difficult test this week against unbeaten Mt. Lebanon.
Luigi Lista-Brinza steps in as a freshman and helps solidify running back position.
One game at a time approach working for Woodland Hills in 3-0 start.
Unbeaten volleyball team heading toward showdown with top-ranked Shaler.
Just like last season, New Brighton is off to a 3-0 start, but the Lions are hoping for a stronger finish this time.
After winning WPIAL and PIAA titles a year ago, Central Valley remains as a strong contender in girls soccer.
South Side Beaver will play in the big-school bracket at the MAC volleyball tournament this weekend.
Panthers reload, contend for girls tennis title.
Boys soccer struggling to replace nine starters from section-championship team.
The Antelopes are off to a 3-0 start and ready to make some noise in Black Hills Conference.
The Royals rally in the fourth quarter to beat Union and earn their first WPIAL conference victory.
Volleyball teams square off with first place on the line in Class AAA Section 3.
Girls soccer team opened with tough losses, but all is not lost.
Getting off to a 3-0 start, Mt. Lebanon will play at Penn Hills in its first major test of the season.