We’re going to keep our preseason coverage going with a series of rapid-fire previews, moving up to Class AA and focusing our attention on the Century Conference. We can already feel the brotherly love…well, sort of. Two siblings are playing for two different teams who should challenge for playoff spots, and possibly more, this season.
A standout basketball player at Quaker Valley High School appears to have had some extracurricular activities that landed him in jail.
New Pennsylvania Cup champion Quaker Valley was invited to return to CONSOL Energy Center, where they also captured their third Penguins Cup all-time just days ago, for a special ceremony.
Mars was trying to become just the fourth team in the “modern era” of western PA high school hockey to win four Penguins Cups in a row, but Quaker Valley’s defense shut down the Planets for its first title in four years.
Monday is a big night for Penguins Cup hopefuls in Class AAA. Last Tuesday was a big night for one in Class A, but we think the race in that classification is far from over…
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…
By Matt Popchock email@example.com Here’s what’s happened in the annual outdoor high school hockey event so far… 10:25 PM – The start of tonight’s PIHL event was delayed for roughly 45 minutes due to substandard […]
“Mr. High School Sports” – PIHL Game of the Week: Westmont Hilltop (6-1-2) vs. Quaker Valley (8-1-0)
Two of the best teams in Class A will open this year’s Outdoor Charity Series, raising money for brain cancer research.
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?
One northern-area school is adding a football program to the WPIAL, while another program not far from there is shutting down.
Thursday is a big night in Class A and Class AA, and Monday was a big night for Canon-McMillan, which honored one of the program’s all-time greats in Southpointe…
Another year, another new face on the sidelines at Quaker Valley…93-7 The Fan’s high school sports blogger looks at what kind of hand the Quakers’ new head football coach has been dealt.
When Governor Tom Corbett urged the legislature to cut public school funding by 10 percent across the board, that didn’t mean every school district would lose the same amount of money.
93.7 The Fan’s high school sports reporter offers his forecast for day one of the Penguins Cup Playoffs.
Before he gets you ready for the biggest high school basketball games of the year, 93.7 The Fan’s high school sports reporter takes a look back at what’s happened so far…