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WPIAL playoffs begin tonight with 32 games, marking the 16th anniversary of playoff expansion, with 16 teams playing in four
Allderdice Dragons seek senior moment against Brashear.
Coaches will tell you it's never easy to go through a WPIAL regular season undefeated. But it seems a lot easier compared to decades ago.
October this year hasn't been all that different than it has been for the past quarter-century or so for Randy Rovesti.
Kevin Clarke and Marcus Martin were leaders on a stingy Titans defense and are now making waves at IUP and Slippery Rock.
Foxes qualify for WPIAL playoff spot under the direction of Billy Urso.
Drought continues for winless Titans, but future appears bright.
Tigers come storming back after slow start and could be a sleeper in Class AAAA postseason.
Tailback Louis Berry has rushed for more than 1,000 yards this season for Indians.
Dynamos disprove preseason predictions by qualifying for playoffs.
Thanks in part to a strong season from Alex Minton, The Bethel Park Black Hawks are once again in the WPIAL football playoffs.
Connor McWilliams is enjoying a productive senior season for the Brentwood Spartans.
Indians share conference title after topping Woodland Hills.
A lot of good battles will take place over the next few weeks.
Gators open season 0-3 but rally under first-year coach Tom Nola.
Senior quarterback one of top dual threats in WPIAL.
Timothy and James Jackson lead Dragons into City League championship game.
Since the departure of Rushel Shell, it’s been tough sledding for the Hopwell High School football team.
It’s almost becoming a tradition for Central valley to need two quarterbacks during the football season.
New kids Pine-Richland and Penn-Trafford seized the top two lines from traditional Class AAAA powerhouses for the WPIAL postseason.
Breakdowns of all four classifications, including favorites, sleepers and story lines to watch in a look ahead to Friday night.
The top seeds are Pine-Richland (AAAA), Central Valley (AAA), South Fayette (AA) and Cardinal Wuerl Catholic (A).
A couple of difficult questions are on the table today for those who decide the seedings for the WPIAL football playoffs.
Wilkinsburg High School looks to keep teams alive by recruiting players from neighboring private and charter schools.
Penn Hills scored the decisive touchdown midway through the fourth quarter and forced a late fumble to beat rival Woodland Hills, 22-15.
The Planets needed a victory to keep their season alive and they got it in thrilling fashion with a win against previously unbeaten Hampton.
Jeff Clemens threw for a touchdown and scored two more times rushing as the North Allegheny (7-2, 5-2) beat North Hills (6-3, 4-3), 31-7.
It was no Austin Kemp, no problem Friday night as the Jaguars used a duo of running backs to roll past West Mifflin and stay unbeaten.
In the final meeting between the two programs, playoff-bound Kittanning blasted Ford City, 43-6, Friday night to even the series, 37-37-1.
No. 2 Clairton defeated Leechburg, 54-6, and completed a 9-0 season with an 8-0 Eastern Conference mark.
Jeremiah Hardrick scored two touchdowns to lead Allderdice to a 40-12 win Friday against Carrick to reach the City League championship.
Summaries from Saturday, Oct. 25, 2014
Summaries from Friday, Oct. 24, 2014
Individual leaders from Friday, Oct. 24, 2014
A sweep of the two doubles matches lifted North Allegheny's girls tennis to a 3-1 win against Shady Side in the PIAA Class AAA championship.
Central Valley finished the regular season 9-0 and could get the No. 1 seed for the WPIAL playoffs.
They came from different ends of the WPIAL football map, but LaVar Arrington and Brandon Short's careers were intertwined for years.
West Allegheny and Central Valley's regular-season finale has loomed all season as a game that would inevitably carry some kind of meaning.
It was no Austin Kemp, no problem Friday night as the Jaguars used a duo of running backs to roll past West Mifflin and stay undefeated.
One more victory and the Aliquippa football team will have a string of perfection seldom seen in the history of the WPIAL.
Brashear kept defending champ University Prep out of the City League title game with a 27-8 win Thursday in a semifinal at Cupples Stadium.
After years of famine, Avella is feasting on a return to the WPIAL playoffs.
A hot west suburban rivalry has a lot riding on it this year.
Talbots know there's still room for improvement despite 8-0 record.
After finishing 2-7 last season, football team turns things around.
Following a jolting start to its season, Ringgold has come on to win seven games in a row.
Mt. Lebanon is hoping to halt a two-game skid and defeat its most bitter rival at the same time this Friday.
Junior place-kicker Chapla provides a good scoring option for Mustangs.
Penn Hills, Woodland Hills collide with plenty at stake.
Daniel Walters emerges as one of the top passers in WPIAL Class AAAA.