Every once in a while we get a kick out of seeing what WPIAL alumni are up to, and starting this weekend the entire world will get to share in the celebration of western Pennsylvania’s proud athletic heritage.
As Hopewell guard Shatori Walker-Kimbrough demonstrated at the Palumbo Center back in March, basketball is a sport in which one player can carry a team otherwise not particularly deep. It’ll be interesting to see if she can one day do out of the ACC what she’s done in three years out of the WPIAL.
Although its shutout streak was halted, the baseball season was extended for Blackhawk (22-2) with an eventual 6-1 rout of Thomas Jefferson (17-6) in the PIAA Class AAA Quarterfinals at North Allegheny High School.
A North Allegheny wrestler is competing in the 2012 London games Jake Herbert has the chance to win a gold medal in the 185-pound freestyle weight class. “Red, white and blue and black and gold – that’s what I keep telling people,” he said.
By Matt Popchock (firstname.lastname@example.org) We know Seneca Valley can pitch, and Georgetown recruit Matt Smith, who has prolonged his fine high school career this postseason, can attest to that. But when the second of the […]
By Matt Popchock (email@example.com) Because of rain in the area, Seneca Valley, which led Pittsburgh Central Catholic 2-0 in the bottom of the third Monday night, was forced to resume its WPIAL Class AAAA Semifinal […]
Here’s a look at each of today’s WPIAL Baseball Semifinal games, and the individuals who might bring their teams one step closer to district gold.
“Mr. High School Sports” – PIHL Game of the Week: North Allegheny (9-4-1) at Peters Township (8-2-3)
Two of the top teams in Class AAA get one last chance before All-Star weekend to jockey for playoff positioning in Southpointe Thursday night.
We break down the final Outdoor Charity Series games, along with the 2012 high school hockey All-Star selections, and give you an important announcement regarding this year’s playoffs…
Central Catholic’s top scorer put on quite a show for the home fans, but a last-second bunny bolstered North Allegheny back within reach of first place in AAAA-Sec. 3.
Sheldon Jeter of Beaver Falls has what we think is a pretty sensible college offer, and he also has some female company in the 1,000-point club.
We look at how this year’s PIHL Outdoor Charity Series will impact the standings, and we examine the tight AAA-Sec. 2 race, which will become even tighter for at least one team…
The PIHL Players of the Month for November have followed up their award-winning performances with strong numbers in December.
Before the holiday break begins, there are big games this week for two of the teams that played outdoors recently, and which section in the PIHL has been the best?
A walk-off field goal produced an upset at Altoona, and left Clairton as the WPIAL’s lone flag-bearer in Hershey next weekend.