Keystone Oaks middle and high schools were on lockdown today after two students found a bullet.
We’re going to keep our preseason coverage going with a series of rapid-fire previews, moving up to Class AA and focusing our attention on the Century Conference. We can already feel the brotherly love…well, sort of. Two siblings are playing for two different teams who should challenge for playoff spots, and possibly more, this season.
Thanks to Tuesday’s semifinal outcomes, the 2012 WPIAL Basketball Finals will be underscored by intense individual and team rivalries.
The Keystone Oaks School District has sent a letter to Governor Tom Corbett asking him to consider waving the 180 school day requirement for an hourly requirement instead.
The exact amount depends on your school district and a complicated formula. But don’t look for a check in the mail from your school district.
A local school district is thinking about merging because of proposed state budget cuts.
Before he gets you ready for the biggest high school basketball games of the year, 93.7 The Fan’s high school sports reporter takes a look back at what’s happened so far…
The Pennsylvania Sports Writers Class AA All-State Team for 2010. — FIRST TEAM OFFENSE QUARTERBACK -Christian Brumbaugh, South Fayette, Sr., 6-4, 200 ATHLETE -Derek Buganza, Brockway, Sr., 5-10, 185 RUNNING BACK -Brandon Hollomon, West Catholic, […]
This week’s First Commonwealth Athlete of the Week is Delrece Williams, a senior tailback for the Steel Valley football team. For anyone who wondered if he had any more gas left in the tank after […]
After an unbelievable performance in enemy territory Rushel Shell of Hopewell became Beaver County’s all-time rushing king last Friday. Where does he rate among western Pennsylvania’s all-time greats? I have an opinion, and I’m going […]
South Fayette senior quarterback Christian Brumbaugh hops on with Don and Mike to react to his team’s big Century Conference win over previously unbeaten Keystone Oaks Friday night.