A thrilling last-second goal propelled State College past previously undefeated Fox Chapel for perhaps the biggest Class AAA upset of the season.
Latrobe went on the road and kept its winning streak alive in Class AA non-section action, thus keeping pace with Peters Township for the top Penguins Cup Playoff seed.
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Snow inundated the greater Pittsburgh area last week, but 93.7 The Fan’s high school sports reporter muddled through it and saw some less-than-fortunate goaltenders get inundated with pucks in the past seven days…
Gateway brought the home crowd to its feet with a terrific second-half comeback, but North Allegheny hung on to win a seesaw battle of Class AAAA contenders Tuesday night.
In a thrilling Class A contest Monday night Hampton worked overtime to hand visiting Kittanning its first loss of the season.
One of the PIHL’s feel-good stories, No. 1 Fox Chapel served notice its undefeated first half of the season was no fluke by routing the Class AAA champs on the North Shore Sunday evening.
Bishop Canevin poured it on in the third and was rewarded in sudden-death OT with a second consecutive win over West Allegheny in the second game of Wednesday’s doubleheader.
With characteristically sound defense and a great effort in goal from its backup Bethel Park blanked struggling State College in Class AAA non-section action Wednesday night.
Bishop Canevin bounced back from its first loss of the year in inspiring fashion with a win over West Allegheny, another Class AA section leader, Monday night in Mount Lebanon.
Fox Chapel, one of the biggest surprises of the PIHL season, improved to 9-0 with a win over Class AAA Section 2 co-leader McDowell.
In a hard-fought battle of two Class AA section leaders Peters Township prevailed, ending a remarkable unbeaten streak by three-time state champion Latrobe.
In a rematch of the last two Penguins Cup winners in Class AAA Canon-McMillan held off Shaler in their first meeting since last year’s playoffs.
The Bishop Canevin Crusaders used suffocating team defense to silence one of the most productive offenses in the league and ruin a homecoming of sorts for a former Canevin goaltender.
For a team full of rising stars on offense, it seems unusual for West Allegheny to have to win games on the heels of solid defense early on, but the Indians played another gritty game […]