The most dominant team in the history of that section, along with a typical playoff challenger, are both gone, so, to the casual observer, biennial WPIAL realignment has sucked the fun out of following it. However, with several teams now having a chance to follow in the footsteps of Frazier and end playoff droughts, there may yet be a story for which to root.
It’s amazing how much one’s outlook can change over the course of a season. After all the action in Week 8, I have a whole new lease on life when it comes to picking the […]
The “pivot” of the 2010 WPIAL football season has given me a lot to think about. Over the past few days, I’ve discovered two more programs in Class A that might finally be turning the […]