Mr. High School Sports
As we prepare for Week 8 of the WPIAL football season, we continue with our newest feature of our website, The “Mr. High School Sports” Podcast. It’s a look back at the highlights of the previous weekend, and a look ahead at things to come in high school football.
When I’m at “The Pit” Thursday night, I’ll probably feel as though I’m watching Pitt. Midwestern Conference rivals Aliquippa and Beaver Falls have both relied heavily upon underclassmen in the backfield to lead their respective teams back to the WPIAL Class AA playoffs.
We’ve got live updates from North Allegheny-Central Catholic, and some of the other games around the WPIAL in Week 7…
We preview the big games in all four classifications, including Pittsburgh Central Catholic’s visit to North Allegheny, which can be heard, beginning at 7:30, on SportsRadio 93.7 The Fan.
Has North Allegheny cleared its biggest hurdle? We tip our cap to the Tigers for their Week 6 performance, and we look at the playoff bubble in Class AAA…
Follow our live updates and notes as Gateway (5-0, 5-0; No. 16 MaxPreps) hosts North Allegheny (4-0, 5-0; No. 2 MaxPreps) in a rematch of the 2011 postseason, and a possible 2012 WPIAL Class AAAA Final preview…
As we prepare for Week 6 of the WPIAL football season, we continue with our newest feature of our website, The “Mr. High School Sports” Podcast. It’s a look back at the highlights of the previous weekend, and a look ahead at things to come in high school football.
Philadelphia Eagles head coach Andy Reid hasn’t even made it to Heinz Field yet, but he’s already delivered an inspirational message to the Knoch Knights, who are trying to get back there.
As is typically the case these days, the turning point of Friday’s game at Neil Brown Stadium happened several minutes before kickoff, when the Clairton Bears (5-0, 5-0) took the field.
As we prepare for Week 5 of the WPIAL football season, we unveil our newest feature on the website, The “Mr. High School Sports” Podcast. It’s a look back at the highlights of the previous weekend, and a look ahead at things to come in high school football.
Not only must Seneca Valley show mettle against one of the toughest teams in Class AAAA Thursday night, it must also show resiliency. The last time it had a chance to greatly improve its stead in the Northern Eight Conference, things went less than swimmingly.
The history of WPIAL football is rich with talent that was properly cultivated and flourished at the collegiate and professional levels. Unfortunately, like everywhere else on the national gridiron, it is equally rich with talent that was undisciplined, and therefore, wasted.
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 McKeesport and Penn-Trafford.
What will they do for an encore this weekend? Who knows? But until the final gun of Week 4 sounds, let’s appreciate what they did in Week 3…
Head coach Tom Nola said the key to victory in Week 4 was to establish an early presence. But Monessen head coach Andy Pacak, like the rest of the WPIAL, has been acutely aware of Clairton and its achievements for some time.