Allegheny County homicide detectives are investigating a shooting that happened Friday night in Clairton.
HERSHEY, P.A. (93-7 THE FAN) — Tyler Boyd, perhaps the most bountiful byproduct of his team’s historic journey, fell shy of the state record for career touchdowns. Commit that to memory, because it’s pretty much the only shortcoming of the Clairton Class of 2013.
A day after the Clairton High School football team shutout Dunmore in Hershey, Pa. to clinch its fourth-straight PIAA Class A championship title, the city continues to bask in the glow of the team’s amazing success story.
The Clairton Bears have done it again. The Bears won the Single-A state football championship in Hershey over Dunmore 20-0.
The man accused of a shooting rampage Nov. 23 is now in police custody after a standoff Thursday afternoon.
One of the greatest high school football teams in state history took to the home turf one more time Thursday.
WEXFORD (93-7 THE FAN) — It was slippy, it was sloppy, it was icky, and it was yucky at North Allegheny High School Friday night. Oh, and by the way, it rained, too.
The Clairton Bears have done it again. Impressively. They won Friday’s game against Port Allegany 44-12.
In Clairton, high school football star Tyler Boyd was presented with a U.S. Army All-American Bowl game jersey on Monday. He is the first player from Clairton High School to ever make the game.
HARMONY, P.A. (93-7 THE FAN) — After an uncharacteristically ugly win at Heinz Field, Friday was a return to the norm for three-time WPIAL champion North Allegheny (14-0), and another mercy rule-shortened day at the office for its quarterback.
The Indians are chasing history…or, to be more precise, Chayse-ing it.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — Four wins this month was enough for the Clairton Bears to make history, and four catches on Saturday were apparently enough for Bobby Engram to make up his mind.
Heinz Field. Playoffs. Tiny Clairton takes aim at their fifth straight WPIAL title, and a Pennsylvania high school record: 60 consecutive victories. More than half the boys in the senior class play for the Bears.
Police are investigating after several homes were shot up in Clairton early Friday morning.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — In their season opener against Upper St. Clair, the Wolverines dropped the ball, in a metaphorical sense. In the rematch Friday, the Panthers dropped the ball, in the literal sense, and Woodland Hills took full advantage.