We break down the biggest games of the second week of the 2012 high school football season, including perspective from both coaches on KDKA’s Game of the Week between McKeesport and Penn-Trafford.
We preview the biggest WPIAL football games from the opening weekend of the 2012 season, including our featured game between two Class AAAA contenders and new conference rivals.
A lot of eyes are going to be on this conference not just because it got tougher, but because the defending champion Clairton Bears enter the new season with four straight district titles, three consecutive PIAA crowns, and a nation-best 47-game winning streak, a WPIAL record, on the line.
If all of Pittsburgh remembers “The Slide,” maybe one day all of Houston will remember “The Triple.”
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 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 recognizes some of the best WPIAL baseball and softball players from the past week.
93.7 The Fan’s high school sports reporter takes a look at some of the teams and players to watch throughout the regular campaign.