Local HS Basketball Teams Dominate ChampionshipsThree, maybe four, local teams came out on top in the state basketball championships this year.
North Allegheny Freshman Basketball Star Sinks Full-Court Shot At BuzzerIt's safe to say that every basketball player dreams of making a full-court shot, at the buzzer.
Family Of Junior Wrestler Taking Belle Vernon School District To CourtThe family of a junior wrestler at Belle Vernon Area High School is taking the district to court.
Leechburg H.S.’s Basketball Team Competes In WPIAL Playoff Game Amid Hazing ScandalThe Leechburg Blue Devils took to the court against Monessen Wednesday night amid hazing allegations that involved the use of a wooden stick.
New WPIAL Classifications ApprovedThe WPIAL has unveiled a big change to all high school sports in Pennsylvania.
Former RMU & Rutgers Coach Mike Rice: Abuse Scandal 'Changed Me'Mike RIce says he's changed and grown since being fired as Rutgers' basketball coach for abusing his players. Now, he's enjoying coaching high school basketball in New Jersey.
Central Catholic's Damar Hamlin Decides On PittOne of the top college football prospects in the state of Pennsylvania has made his decision, and Pitt is it.
Waynesburg Central H.S. Basketball Star Sidelined By Stroke, Long Road To Recovery ExpectedThe Waynesburg Central High School girls’ basketball team played Avella without one of their key players Friday night. Her name is Morgan McDowell, and she is 17.
Pittsburgh Central Catholic Wins PIAA Class AAAA TitlePittsburgh Central Catholic captured the PIAA Class AAAA football championship Saturday night after holding off Parkland 21-18 at Hersheypark Stadium.
Aliquippa Falls To Southern Columbia, 49-14Quarterback Nick Becker rushed for two touchdowns and Billy Marzeski returned an interception 41 yards as Southern Columbia defeated Aliquippa 49-14 Saturday in the PIAA Class AA football final.
Know The Score: Dec. 12, 2015It doesn’t get any bigger than high school football in Western Pennsylvania.
Know The Score: Dec. 4, 2015It doesn’t get any bigger than high school football in Western Pennsylvania.