Mt. Lebanon graduate Ian Happ has been selected in the first round of the MLB Draft.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — Week One of the 2013 high school football season gets underway with a handful of games kicking off at 7:00 tonight, and the rest at 7:30. As you get ready to head to your game, here are four to keep an eye on throughout the WPIAL
WEXFORD, Pa. (93-7 THE FAN) — Friday looks to be a rigorous start for visiting Mount Lebanon, which has one of the toughest schedules in the Commonwealth. This year, however, Art Walker might say the same about his Tigers.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — Mike Melnyk could probably empathize with someone like Paul Chryst. They’re both in the second year of their present jobs, and they’re both beginning their seasons by leading the team […]
The Duke Blue Devils are a top-five team and will be a tough out come March because of one of the most overlooked attributes in college basketball: senior leadership. With so many talented players leaving early for NBA stardom, having a strong senior-led team isn’t as common as it used to be.
93-7 The Fan’s high school sports blogger is live from Hopewell High School as Rushel Shell attempts to break the WPIAL career rushing record…
The Mount Lebanon tailback updates us on his minor leg injury suffered in Friday’s home win over Penn Hills and talks about being a successful three-sport athlete.
93-7 The Fan’s high school sports blogger has live updates throughout this marquee non-conference contest in Quad-A, which pits one big-name Pitt recruit against a possible big-name Pitt recruit…
93-7 The Fan’s high school sports blogger looks at the biggest games from the third weekend of the 2011 WPIAL football season..
After a conference championship season that ended in heartbreak, 93-7 The Fan’s high school sports blogger examines how prepared Mount Lebanon is to pick up the pieces.
Mount Lebanon went into hostile territory and survived a late push from Bethel Park in an important clash of Quad-A titans.
Bethel Park controlled its AAA-Sec. 1 home game against arch-rival Mount Lebanon last Thursday with its power play, which scored three times en route to the Black Hawks’ fifth straight win.
For the second time in the last three National Hockey League seasons a former PIHL player and Pittsburgh native has found work in the NHL.
In a matchup of two South Hills contenders that was as intense as expected, Mount Lebanon held on to beat host Chartiers Valley in the AAAA-Sec. 4 opener for both teams.
No. 7 seed Woodland Hills keeps its title defense alive in thrilling fashion by forcing overtime and upending No. 2 seed Mount Lebanon in the Class AAAA Quarterfinals.