In 2011 it was one of the most competitive sections in the entire district, with six teams in the playoff picture till the final weekend of the regular season. This year that race, once again, looks to be pretty open.
Deer Lakes (20-1), sparked by a crucial error and timely hitting, continued its historic run with a 5-4 win over District 9 runner-up Wilmington in the First Round of the PIAA Softball Playoffs at North Allegheny High School Monday afternoon.
If all of Pittsburgh remembers “The Slide,” maybe one day all of Houston will remember “The Triple.”
One year after strong-arming Neshannock to a championship, Alex Strittmatter gave the Lancers (21-2) a second straight WPIAL title with a 5-0 win over previously unbeaten California (19-1) in the Class A Baseball Final at CONSOL Energy Park in Washington.
Mars was trying to become just the fourth team in the “modern era” of western PA high school hockey to win four Penguins Cups in a row, but Quaker Valley’s defense shut down the Planets for its first title in four years.
After two tough losses at the Palumbo Center, a determined Lincoln Park squad overpowered its section rival for a third time to capture boys’ basketball gold for the first time.
Thanks to Tuesday’s semifinal outcomes, the 2012 WPIAL Basketball Finals will be underscored by intense individual and team rivalries.
Monday is a big night for Penguins Cup hopefuls in Class AAA. Last Tuesday was a big night for one in Class A, but we think the race in that classification is far from over…
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…
We boldly predict the winners of the boys’ and girls’ tournaments, which begin Friday evening…
Here are the dates, times, and sites for the Preliminary and First Rounds of the 2012 WPIAL Boys’ and Girls’ Basketball Playoffs…
Once again, the Class A silver medalists bowed to the defending champs. But they weren’t just beaten by one man on Tuesday…they were beaten by three.
Justin Sabilla is leading Chartiers Valley while seizing control of the Class AA scoring race, and the female All-Star goaltender he played against recently might be a harbinger of high school hockey’s future in western Pennsylvania…
We recap the All-Star games, salute the December Players of the Month, and see what Canon-McMillan’s chances are of ending the regular season undefeated…
We acknowledge the WPIAL’s leading scorer for his latest great achievement, and we preview a trio of special high school basketball events coming to a gym near you this weekend…
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