Two Dave Matthews fans had a chance encounter over the weekend.
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.
We’ll be keeping you posted all night as the top high school football seniors in Pennsylvania and Ohio, including 11 locals, square off in their final tune-up before the beginning of their college careers.
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By Matt Popchock (firstname.lastname@example.org) We’re moments away from the opening kickoff of the 2011 PIAA Class A Football Championship game between the four-time WPIAL champion Clairton Bears (15-0) and the Southern Columbia Tigers (14-1), one […]
KDKA AM’s Larry and John talk to a guest worker rights organization about alleged exploitation of student workers at Hershey chocolates.
93-7 The Fan’s high school sports blogger will be giving live updates from the 54th annual Big 33 Football Classic throughout the evening…
93-7 The Fan’s high school sports blogger tells you what you need to know about some of the local players participating in the prestigious Big 33 game this weekend.
Before calling it quits for another high school football season, 93.7 The Fan’s high school football reporter has a few parting words on the weekend that was at Hershey.
The road to Hershey will finally come to an end for three WPIAL football teams this weekend, and 93.7 The Fan’s high school football reporter breaks down their championship matchups.
93.7 The Fan’s high school football reporter looks back at how three WPIAL representatives punched their tickets to Hershey over the weekend.
The Hershey Co. says changes it’s proposing at its two hometown plants may lead to the loss of up to 600 jobs.