The season ahead
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Here's your preview of the teams, the players and the rivalries sure to renew the legend..
GETTING GOOD RECEPTION
Never known for pass-catching talent, Western Pennsylvania suddenly is overflowing with top quality wide receivers.
Anatomy of a college receiverFAB 22
The Post-Gazette's ranking of top WPIAL and City League players.
The ten contests you don't want to miss this fall.
Who's No. 1?
Ranking the WPIAL, PIAA and City League teams for the season.
The 25 Best
Top college prospects statewide
W P I A L A N D C I T Y L E AG U E P R E V I E W SWPIAL Class AAAA
Quad A's new names
Big East: Wolverines try to overcome tough start
Foothills: Powerhouse Central Catholic is center stage
Northern Five: NA's coach, players feeling cozy
Great Southern: Route 19 foes finally back together
WPIAL Class AAA
Greater Allegheny: Hampton QB's future rests on his right arm
Big Seven: Thomas Jefferson becoming a destination
Keystone: Ringgold taking steps into new era
Parkway: Another Posluszny is determined to make his mark
Century: Chorus line of QBs
Midwestern: Talented trio should carry Aliquippa
Allegheny: Valley's WRs command attention
Interstate: Expectations at all-time high for Centurions
Tri-County North: QB trio set for all-conference shootout
Big Seven: Matsook isn't flashy, but Rochester keeps winning
Eastern: Unthinkable almost happens in Duquesne
Blackhills: Serra eyes next step to playoffs
Tri-County South: Ready to step up?
The next step for Perry is success on the state level
WPIAL teams could show their muscle again this season
Also on post-gazette.com:
Weekly online chat with high school writer Mike White Wednesdays at 1:30 p.m. View the Aug. 30, 2006 transcript
High School Views column by Colin Dunlap each Tuesday and Friday.
First Published August 30, 2006 12:00 am