By Matt Popchock (email@example.com) We’re moments away from the opening kickoff of the 2011 PIAA Class A Football Championship game between the four-time WPIAL champion Clairton Bears (15-0) and the Southern Columbia Tigers (14-1), one […]
The road to Hershey will finally come to an end for three WPIAL football teams this weekend, and 93.7 The Fan’s high school football reporter breaks down their championship matchups.
93.7 The Fan’s high school sports reporter takes one last look back at Championship Saturday…
North Allegheny made enough big plays on offense in the first half and enough big plays on defense in the second to dethrone defending champ Woodland Hills for the Tigers’ first WPIAL Class AAAA title in 20 years.
In its first year of existence Central Valley went from No. 14 seed to WPIAL Class AAA champions with its historic upset of top-ranked Montour.
Visions of postseason revenge were crystallized, as South Fayette erased memories of last year’s quarterfinal loss to Aliquippa by beating the Quips at Heinz Field for the Lions’ first WPIAL title in 46 years.
Defending PIAA champ Clairton completed its “three-peat” as WPIAL Class A champions by blanking Rochester, as QB/DE Desimon Green making his usual assortment of big plays on both sides of the ball.
93.7 The Fan’s high school sports reporter salutes Perry on capturing its first City League football title in five years.
The Montour quarterback kept the Spartans’ undefeated season going and strong-armed his team into the WPIAL Class AAA Final.
North Allegheny earns its first title game appearance of the century with a defensive-minded upset of the No. 1 team in Quad-A.
The Perry senior quarterback showed why he is the premier player in the City League in last Friday’s rematch with Schenley.