Despite a late push by Bishop Canevin, Seton-LaSalle hung on to successfully defend its title in WPIAL girls’ Class AA hoops.
There was controversy in the WPIAL Basketball Championships over the weekend that might translate into legal trouble for one player. Meanwhile, we give our thoughts on Tuesday night’s boys’ and girls’ First Round games…
Here are the dates, times, and sites for the Preliminary and First Rounds of the 2012 WPIAL Boys’ and Girls’ Basketball Playoffs…
Clairton head coach Tom Nola and his football program proved itself a once-in-a-lifetime outfit in Hershey Friday afternoon.
USC’s decision on the overtime coin toss and a controversial touchdown awarded to Brendan Coniker proved to be turning points in North Allegheny’s WPIAL title defense.
The drive that won the 2011 WPIAL Class AA football title for Aliquippa is one that will be remembered for a very long time.
Behind their talented running back the Spartans stunned the Knights for their first WPIAL football title since 1964.
The Bears became the first WPIAL football program since now-defunct Brookline in the mid-1950′s to win four championships in a row.
We’re at Heinz Field all day and night to bring you the latest scores for all four WPIAL championship games!
Two teams with high-flying offenses will try to continue their remarkable playoff runs and end long WPIAL football championship droughts on Saturday.
After its most emotional win of the season, does Jim Render’s team have enough left to knock off the squad that handed USC its only loss of the 2011 campaign?
Heinz Field couldn’t be a more appropriate meeting place for two of the most successful programs in WPIAL Class AA history Saturday evening.
Clairton looks to become the first Class A team to win four straight WPIAL titles, while Sto-Rox tries to continue one of its best seasons in program history.
The two head coaches in Saturday’s WPIAL Class AAA Football Final recently joined 93-7 The Fan to preview an intriguing matchup between two teams trying to end long championship droughts.
The WPIAL and ROOT Sports have reached an unusual television agreement regarding the 2011 district football championships.
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