PIAA Expands Classifications In Football, Other SportsIn a move that changes the landscape of high school sports, the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association approved a measure that would expand high school football classifications from four to six.
Community Sees Aliquippa Basketball Team Off To State Championship With Cheers, Rally"Bring it home from Hershey!" That's the message Aliquippa Elementary kids imparted to a high school team with a record of 29-0.
Know The Score: Nov. 28, 2014It doesn’t get any bigger than high school football in Western Pennsylvania.
Know The Score: Nov. 21, 2014It doesn’t get any bigger than high school football in Western Pennsylvania.
Fred Skrocki Talks About 2007 Schenley Basketball TeamFormer Schenley Head Coach Fred Skrocki talked with Chris Mack on the Late Shift Thursday.
Should Private Schools Compete In Their Own League?Mike Bariski, Athletic Director and Assistant Men's Basketball Coach at Lincoln Park Performing Arts Charter School, stopped by the John Phillips Show on Sunday.
PIAA Announces 2nd Round Basketball PostponementsWith another round of winter weather moving through the area, the PIAA has elected to postpone several second round playoff basketball games.
WPIAL Suspends Basketball Coach After Alleged Incident With RefereeA high school basketball coach will have to watch from the stands when his team competes in the WPIAL playoffs.
The "Mr. High School Sports" Podcast - WPIAL Football Semifinal Preview"Mr. High School Sports" breaks down the WPIAL Football Semifinals, which kick off everywhere tonight at 7:30, in an extended edition of his podcast.
PIAA Rescinds WPIAL's Washington H.S. Forfeiture Decision The PIAA has overturned a decision by the WPIAL, which forced Washington High School to forfeit five games due to an ineligible player dimming their hopes for the playoffs.
WPIAL: Washington H.S. To Forfeit 6 Games For Ineligible PlayerThe Washington High School football team suffered a big blow Tuesday morning.
"Mr. High School Sports" - Week 7 PreviewMcKEES ROCKS, Pa. (93-7 THE FAN) -- Lenny Williams might not terrify opponents or captivate scouts with his size, but that hasn't stopped the 5'10", 195-pound senior from coming up big time and again for his team.