KDKA’s Jon Delano stopped by the construction site for the new Cardinal Wuerl North Catholic High School in Cranberry.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — In their season opener against Upper St. Clair, the Wolverines dropped the ball, in a metaphorical sense. In the rematch Friday, the Panthers dropped the ball, in the literal sense, and Woodland Hills took full advantage.
Two Deer Lakes football players were flown to the hospital after suffering head injuries.
Keystone Oaks middle and high schools were on lockdown today after two students found a bullet.
Two local schools will get a little help with fundraising from Tom Cruise.
A protest was held outside the Allegheny County Jail Monday. A judge ruled a teenage girl who is accused of first-degree murder will be allowed out of jail so she can attend high school. But the ruling didn’t sit well with the victim’s family.
More than a dozen Penn Hills senior football players said they were kicked off the high school’s football team, after voicing concerns.
The immediate future of pro hockey remains uncertain, but you certainly won’t see commissioner Ed Sam padlocking the doors of the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Hockey League anytime soon.
We break down the biggest games of the second week of the 2012 high school football season, including perspective from both coaches on KDKA’s Game of the Week between North Allegheny and Seneca Valley.
What will they do for an encore this weekend? Who knows? But until the final gun of Week 3 sounds, let’s appreciate what they did in Week 2…
Playoff hopefuls Baldwin and Penn Hills meet on ROOT Sports Thursday night in a WPIAL Class AAAA Southeastern Conference game.
If there is a team in the Northern Eight that can out-tough North Allegheny, it might be able to challenge for even more than a conference crown. In Week 2, locked in a battle of attrition with North Hills, Central Catholic proved with its 14-0 win at CMU’s Gesling Stadium it can muscle its way to Heinz Field.
“Mr. High School Sports” is blogging live from the campus of Carnegie Mellon University as Central Catholic hosts North Hills for a pivotal Northern Eight matchup in Quad-A.
In its first year of existence Central Valley won the WPIAL Class AAA championship after falling to Montour in Week 6 of the 2010 regular season. In 2011 Central Valley picked up where it left off by beating Montour en route to the conference title, but the Spartans made the champs take their medicine in the district semifinals before capturing their first Class AAA crown since 1964.
We announce our top four players from the first week of WPIAL football, including the star of our featured game on brother station NewsRadio 1020 KDKA.