By Matt Popchock (email@example.com) This year Ben Roethlisberger became the first active NFL player ever to serve as honorary chairman for the annual Big 33 Classic. Evidently, while loafing on the sideline with his fellow […]
Riverside and Neshannock, the WPIAL flag-bearers in Friday’s PIAA Baseball and Softball Championships, respectively, went home happy from Happy Valley.
Despite fielding a team with only two seniors, Riverside is the lone WPIAL representative in Penn State Friday as it tries for back-to-back PIAA baseball championships.
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.
Deer Lakes (20-1), sparked by a crucial error and timely hitting, continued its historic run with a 5-4 win over District 9 runner-up Wilmington in the First Round of the PIAA Softball Playoffs at North Allegheny High School Monday afternoon.
KDKA-TV’s Andy Sheehan has investigated the WPIAL basketball dominance of Lincoln Park. But did the charter school really do anything wrong?
Head coach Paul Holzshu has Shaler ready to continue its pursuit of program history Saturday afternoon against the Quad-A basketball champions of PIAA District 10.
The PIAA basketball playoffs and Penguins Cup Playoffs each took interesting turns Tuesday night…
Quite a few WPIAL teams, including boys’ Quad-A champion Gateway, have moved on in the PIAA Basketball Championships, and the Gators aren’t the only ones capable of a deep run.
Defense was crucial to the success of several teams at the WPIAL Basketball Championships, and starting today, it needs to be there again for them to realize their dreams of PIAA gold.
One northern-area school is adding a football program to the WPIAL, while another program not far from there is shutting down.
Clairton head coach Tom Nola and his football program proved itself a once-in-a-lifetime outfit in Hershey Friday afternoon.
Clairton’s coronation at Hersheypark Stadium Friday afternoon was a historic win on multiple levels.
The Clairton Bears increased their consecutive win streak to a WPIAL record 47 straight on Friday when they won their third consecutive PIAA Class A championship.
By Matt Popchock (firstname.lastname@example.org) We’re moments away from the opening kickoff of the 2011 PIAA Class A Football Championship game between the four-time WPIAL champion Clairton Bears (15-0) and the Southern Columbia Tigers (14-1), one […]