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“Mr. High School Sports” – PIHL Game of the Week: North Allegheny (9-4-1) at Peters Township (8-2-3)
Two of the top teams in Class AAA get one last chance before All-Star weekend to jockey for playoff positioning in Southpointe Thursday night.
“Mr. High School Sports” – PIHL Game of the Week: Westmont Hilltop (6-1-2) vs. Quaker Valley (8-1-0)
Two of the best teams in Class A will open this year’s Outdoor Charity Series, raising money for brain cancer research.
Upper St. Clair begins its Penguins Cup title defense against the same Section 1 rival it dethroned to capture PIHL Class AAA gold back in March.
93-7 The Fan’s high school sports blogger looks at the biggest games from the second weekend of the 2011 WPIAL football season…
Young South Park toughed one out against AAA-Sec. 4 rival Thomas Jefferson to take the outright section title.
A thrilling last-second goal propelled State College past previously undefeated Fox Chapel for perhaps the biggest Class AAA upset of the season.
93.7 The Fan’s high school sports reporter saw another No. 1 bite the dust late, as Shaler’s fourth-quarter comeback stunned Oakland Catholic in girls’ Quad-A action Thursday.
Solid execution at the foul line helped Perry rally past visiting Allderdice for sole possession of first place in the City League.
Seton-LaSalle’s defense suffocated host Bishop Canevin and opened things up for its freshman phenom in Monday’s showdown between the top two squads in girls’ Class AA.
South Fayette used its pressure defense to frustrate visiting Ringgold and a balanced, fast-paced offense to put the Rams away early in a resounding AAA-Sec. 5 victory that keeps the Lions undefeated.
Oakland Catholic’s balanced attack was too much for host North Allegheny, and its defense suffocated dangerous shooter Kelli Brennan to help the red-hot Eagles stay atop AAAA-Sec. 3.
Bishop Canevin bounced back from its first loss of the year in inspiring fashion with a win over West Allegheny, another Class AA section leader, Monday night in Mount Lebanon.
Fox Chapel, one of the biggest surprises of the PIHL season, improved to 9-0 with a win over Class AAA Section 2 co-leader McDowell.
In a hard-fought battle of two Class AA section leaders Peters Township prevailed, ending a remarkable unbeaten streak by three-time state champion Latrobe.