We’ll be keeping you posted all night as the top high school football seniors in Pennsylvania and Ohio, including 11 locals, square off in their final tune-up before the beginning of their college careers.
The Pitt Panthers’ chances of winning the Big East basketball championship this season greatly improved with their incoming recruiting class, which arguably features one of their best recruit ever.
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.
Georgetown recruit Matt Smith hung tough to deliver rare back-to-back district baseball championships to Seneca Valley.
Division I prospect Sheldon Jeter, coming off a WPIAL championship with Beaver Falls, is almost set to make his decision from an impressive list of finalists.
Contrary to original belief, one of Paul Chryst’s incoming freshmen may be ready to play this fall.
We have more on players of interest who will dress for tonight’s International Bowl in Austin, Texas, including Pitt’s future quarterback…
Here’s where you can see Greg Garmon and Demetrious Cox on national television, along with a brief guide to National Signing Day Coverage by CBS…
Jeannette safety Demetrious Cox shied away from Penn State when the Sandusky scandal broke, and that should be a blessing for both him and Michigan State, which received his verbal commitment on KDKA-TV Monday.
College football writer for CBS Sports, and author of “Swing Your Sword,” the New York Times’ Best Seller, Bruce Feldman joined the Fan Morning Show on Tuesday to talk about National Letter of Intent Day.
The crown jewel in Jamie Dixon’s 2012 recruiting class, and one of the most talked-about high school basketball players in America addressed the Pittsburgh media after an exhibition game at Ambridge Sunday.
In a week that has seen Pitt head coach Paul Chryst lose another WPIAL recruit, he has added another highly-touted one.
Chris Gates | 93-7 The FAN — Paul Chryst and the Pitt football program lost two prospective recruits Monday, and oddly enough both bolted for the Mid-American Conference.
A number of Pitt’s linebackers, current and incoming, hail from the WPIAL, but Dakota Conwell is no longer planning on being one of them.
Do Catholic schools “recruit?” Do they have an unfair competitive advantage over their public counterparts? One WPIAL football coach thinks so, and the Post-Gazette’s scholastic sports editor reacts…