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Longtime friends follow different wrestling paths, but have their eyes on similar goals and a reunion in the upcoming PIAA championships.
Coach Mike Johnston has not said how the acquisition from the Toronto Maple Leafs will be used when he joins the lineup.
Team’s top prospect sharpens focus on arm care after going through Tommy John surgery and rehabilitation.
Veteran defenseman sat out practice Thursday after being hit by a shot Wednesday night in the win against Washington.
USA Hockey Inc. has 519,417 players, ages 6-20, and 12,862 of them are playing hockey in Western Pennsylvania, according to USA Hockey.
It’s almost time for March Madness in the NCAA and elsewhere, but lately, there have been two recent black eyes on the basketball world.
Jamie Dixon says the senior class of Cam Wright, Derrick Randall and Aron Phillips-Nwankwo does not get the recognition it deserves.
Senior guard Brianna Kiesel scored 27 points, but the Fighting Irish cruised behind hot shooting at home.
Despite his team struggling, Nittany Lions basketball coach continues to receive support from athletic director Sandy Barbour.
Donovan Jeter and Josh Creach are a two-headed monster for the Tigers, a pair of 6-foot-5 forwards and the team’s top scorers and
Norwin will have a chance to make its own history Saturday when it plays in the WPIAL final for the first time, against Penn Hills.
You will be hard-pressed to find many championship games where two teams were so much alike.
Twenty-eight years ago, John Tate lived through an unlikely playoff run as a player at Penn Hills. Now, he’s having a similar run as coach.
Sophomore Gus Solomon, the top seed at 126 pounds, scratched from the Class AAA WPIAL/Southwest Regional Thursday night at Penn Hills.
Peters Township is the defending champion and will enter the playoffs as the No. 2 seed behind North Allegheny.
Brian Lovasik of North Hills and Maria Lohman of Chartiers Valley are this week’s honorees.
A surprisingly successful season for West Mifflin came to an abrupt halt in the first round of the WPIAL playoffs.
The Monessen Greyhounds will play for the WPIAL Class A title tonight at the Petersen Events Center.
By following its coach’s game plan, the Bishop Canevin girls basketball team has reached the WPIAL Class AA title game.
After a 13-year hiatus, the WPIAL will get a fourth berth per weight class for the PIAA tournament.
Justo Hernandez came close to becoming the second WPIAL wrestling champion in school history.
Since taking up diving in sixth grade, South Fayette’s Trevor Mahoney has risen to the top of his sport locally.
As Peters Township readies for the PIHL playoffs, its coach must decide which talented goalie to go with.
The Steel City Warriors have struggled on the ice and off in their first season in the Federal Hockey League.
Boys basketball team gets opportunity to play again after losing in City League final.
Junior Joey Ferrence improves on last year’s third-place finish by winning WPIAL Class AAA diving event.
City League title in tow, boys basketball team ready for PIAA playoffs.
Hockey team in holding pattern for play-in game after finishing fourth in conference.
Girls basketball team finishes unbeaten against league teams en route to 66-38 win in championship.
Gio Vonne Sanders outduels Austin Mears of Mount Pleasant to win the 145-pound WPIAL Class AA title.
Boys basketball team overcomes challenges to advance to WPIAL Class A championship game.
Records tied, broken in Class AAA Section 1 wrestling tournament.
Central Valley recovered from a slow start to the season to reach the WPIAL playoffs, but lost in the first round.
Ambridge knocked off to quality WPIAL opponents two earn a spot in the state basketball playoffs.
Javon Turner has played a key role in Beaver Falls’ run to the WPIAL Class AAA boys basketball title game.
After a 13-year absence, the WPIAL is once again getting four spots per weight class in the PIAA Class AAA wrestling tournament.
Avella will be represented by two wrestlers at this weekend’s PIAA Class AA Southwest Regional tournament.
The Moon hockey team is trying to look at the big picture as it readies for postseason play.
After placing second in Section 3-AAAA, boys basketball team exits postseason with first-round loss.
No. 8 seed in WPIAL playoffs falls, but boys basketball team ready for PIAA tournament.
After missing last season’s semifinals, Abby Gonzales returns to help girls basketball team into PIAA playoffs.
Taylor Hockenberry breaks a record set in 1998 en route to diving gold medal.
Under the guidance of Kamela Gissendanner, women’s basketball team wins its fifth regular-season conference title in a row.
Darion Trimmer places fourth at 132 pounds, advances to PIAA Class AA tournament.
Tigers’ hockey team relies on dependable duo of juniors Joseph Hubert and Douglas Wild.
Top four finishers from the WPIAL/Southwest Region now qualify for the state tournament.
Rodney Pryor sparks easy victory with 25-point game for the Colonials; Marcquise Reed and Lucky Jones also score in double figures.
Jerome Bettis was on hand to roll out the new-and-improved program at the offices of the Three Rivers Workforce Investment Board Downtown.
New baseball commissioner’s thinking makes sense, just not the individual thoughts.
Boys basketball: Colts bury 15 3-pointers in 78-53 victory against North Hills to reach WPIAL championship vs. North Allegheny.