An outpouring of support today for a 6-year old boy from Hampton.
Six people were injured in an early Sunday morning accident in Hampton.
ro sports are supposed to be the best of the best, but from watching the players on the field, you might not know it. Today, nearly 600 students from 80 WPIAL schools gathered at the Heinz History Center for a summit on sportsmanship.
This new conference, a result of the Greater Allegheny more or less merging with the Keystone, per biennial district realignment, features two of last year’s WPIAL semifinalists and another team that could go on a lengthy playoff run in 2012.
A man has died following a motorcycle accident Thursday night along Route 8.
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…
By Matt Popchock (firstname.lastname@example.org) Despite playing without top scorer Luke Leya, who has missed recent time with a concussion, the Talbots proved they’re a road dog that can still bark. Zach Kosick’s power play goal […]
(93-7 The FAN) — Velton Jones scored 18 points and Lucky Jones added 16 points and nine rebounds off the bench as Robert Morris defeated Hampton 64-54 Tuesday night.
We often talk about how good the hockey is in the South Hills, but some teams east of Pittsburgh, including a recent dynasty, are also turning heads early in the 2011-12 season.
Elizabeth Forward completed its march to perfection and Riverside emerged victorious in a pitchers’ duel on the second day of the 2011 WPIAL Baseball Championships at Washington’s CONSOL Energy Park.
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.
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.
When the Eat ‘n Park on Route 8 in Hampton closed on Easter Sunday, the doors remained unlocked and people went inside the closed restaurant.