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Stu Lyon was the star of Fox Chapel’s 1977 state championship basketball team, but he’s faced some difficult times since then.
Three quarterbacks who played in state championship football games made a quick transition to the basketball court.
North Allegheny’s Meg Morningstar and Cornell’s Dane Jackson earn weekly recognition.
Marcus McGinniss leads Upper St. Clair to a 68-64 win at Class AAAA No. 2 Chartiers Valley in Section 4.
Here are the Post-Gazette’s top 22 high school football players from the North Xtra coverage area.
Here is the Post-Gazette’s top 22 high school football players in the South Xtra coverage area.
With a cast of characters with familiar surnames, Peters Township stands at the top of the PIHL Class AAA standings.
Here are the Post-Gazette’s top 22 high school football players from the East Xtra coverage area.
Here are the Post-Gazette’s top 22 high school football players from the West Xtra coverage area.
Box scores from Tuesday, Dec. 23, 2014
Claire Oberdorf set a school record by scoring 49 points and Greensburg Salem cruised to a 75-34 victory against Derry.
Box scores from Monday, Dec. 22, 2014
Pine-Richland freshman Phil Jurkovec could be the next big thing in two sports.
Tony Hill makes two free throws with 26 seconds left to lift West Mifflin to a 70-69 Class AAA Section 3 victory against Steel Valley.
Surging North Allegheny, powered by Cole Constantino’s 37 points, rolled to a 90-76 win against Gateway.
Box scores from Saturday, Dec. 20, 2014
In just his second season as at Pine-Richland, Eric Kasperowicz won a WPIAL title and is the Post-Gazette’s choice as coach of the year..
Post-Gazette Player of the Year Jordan Whitehead had a sensational senior season, leading his team to a WPIAL title in grand style.
Standout guard Chassidy Omogrosso surpassed 2,000 career points in the Cougars' victory against Ellwood City.
WPIAL CLASS AAAA FOOTHILLS
Box scores from Friday, Dec. 19, 2014
In raising their winning streak to 32, the South Fayette Lions proved last year was no fluke in the PIAA Class AA championship game.
A memorable football season that included a WPIAL title comes to a bitter end for Central Valley.
Beaver Falls has stepped up to Class AAA competition this season but that hasn’t lowered the expectations of coach Doug Biega.
Rams' valiant effort in PIAA championship ends in disappointing loss.
After losing its top three players from its WPIAL championship team, Seton-LaSalle was expected to take a step back this season. Not so.
A remarkable season that included the state scoring record ends in defeat for the Clairton Bears.
Dragons preparing for another deep run into the boys basketball postseason.
Senior guard Cole Constantino leading the way as Tigers storm to top of standings.
Box scores from Thursday, Dec. 18, 2014
Box scores from Wednesday, Dec. 17, 2014
Box scores from Tuesday, Dec. 16, 2014
PIAA waits for Clairton’s plan to resolve football players’ behavior Friday in Class A championship.
Unranked Pine-Richland girls basketball team upsets fourth-ranked North Allegheny, 66-58.
Box scores from Monday, Dec. 15, 2014
WPIAL CLASS AAA
WPIAL CLASS AAA
Cross-country standout from Shaler Brianna Schwartz closed the year on a bittersweet note in San Diego.
What looked for a time like a lost cause briefly had the makings of an all-time comeback before it all ended in a loss for Pine-Richland.
Hunter Hayes finished with 263 yards on 27 carries and scored two touchdowns to help South Fayette win its second consecutive PIAA title.
Summaries from Saturday, Dec. 13, 2014
Box scores from Saturday, Dec. 13, 2014
A halftime lead turned into a rout for the Cougars against Beaver.
Summaries from Friday, Dec. 12, 2014
Box scores from Friday, Dec. 12, 2014
Box scores from Thursday, Dec. 11, 2014
Boys basketball team looking to duplicate success of football team after dropping to Class A.
Although they lost their first two games of the basketball season, the Central Valley Warriors know it’s not time to panic.