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.
As the regular season comes to a close, we boldly predict the 2011 WPIAL Football Championship matchups…
93-7 The Fan’s high school sports blogger has the scoop on the three WPIAL teams who will play for diamond immortality at Penn State this weekend.
When Thursday’s quadruple-header ended, three teams from Westmoreland County got to don gold medals at the 2011 WPIAL Softball Championships at California University of Pennsylvania’s Lilly Field.
Elizabeth Forward completed its march to perfection and Riverside emerged victorious in a pitchers’ duel on the second day of the 2011 WPIAL Baseball Championships at Washington’s CONSOL Energy Park.
Elizabeth Forward and Peters Township are two of the programs trying to make history at CONSOL Energy Park in Washington in the 2011 WPIAL Baseball Championships.
Neshannock avenged last year’s loss at CONSOL Energy Park with a masterful pitching performance, while Seneca Valley delivered a resounding upset on day one of the WPIAL Baseball Championships.
Just as the guard has completely changed on the boys’ diamond, there will be four new WPIAL softball champions this year, as several new finalists have pitched their way to California University.
The last two remaining defending champions were dethroned, though several of this year’s favorites did advance to CONSOL Energy Park on a busy day of Semifinal action.
93.7 The Fan’s high school sports reporter gives his gut reaction to the state finals and looks ahead to 2011-12.
93.7 The Fan’s high school sports reporter takes a look back at the Semifinals and takes a look ahead to the final two days of the high school basketball season.
(UPDATED) 93.7 The Fan’s high school sports reporter is blogging live from the Palumbo Center during day two of the fun-filled two-day event.
Before calling it quits for another high school football season, 93.7 The Fan’s high school football reporter has a few parting words on the weekend that was at Hershey.
93.7 The Fan’s high school football reporter looks back at how three WPIAL representatives punched their tickets to Hershey over the weekend.