Playoff hopefuls Baldwin and Penn Hills meet on ROOT Sports Thursday night in a WPIAL Class AAAA Southeastern Conference game.
In its first year of existence Central Valley won the WPIAL Class AAA championship after falling to Montour in Week 6 of the 2010 regular season. In 2011 Central Valley picked up where it left off by beating Montour en route to the conference title, but the Spartans made the champs take their medicine in the district semifinals before capturing their first Class AAA crown since 1964.
After delaying a planned announcement, ROOT Sports has finally come forward with its full WPIAL football broadcast schedule for the 2012 season, as originally reported by the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.
The Pirates are on the West Coast, so for the listeners who can’t stay up late to watch the games, The Fan Morning Show came up with a solution.
Football returns to its roots on Friday nights in western Pennsylvania, and this fall ROOT Sports will return to…well, the roots…of its high school football coverage.
The Pirates are seven games above .500 and will try to match their highest winning percentage since 1992 with a win tonight against the Astros. To talk about the Bucs, the Fan Morning Show talked to Rob King from Root Sports.
When we woke up this morning the Pirates were tied for first place in the NL Central after the Cincinnati Reds lost Sunday to the Tigers.
KDKA-AM’s Larry and John talk to Root Sports’ Paul Steigerwald about Sidney Crosby’s return.
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PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — Tribune-Review columnist Dejan Kovacevic joined 93-7 The Fan’s Chris Mueller on Tuesday’s “Late Shift” to discuss his Wednesday morning column in the Trib, and why he thinks the Steeler linebacker […]
93.7 The Fan and proud sponsor ROOT Sports will focus on the Quad-A portion of the WPIAL Football Semifinals this Friday…
The coordinating producer of the network’s WPIAL football coverage reacts to Rushel Shell’s historic night, and the questionable fashion in which it ended.
The WPIAL and ROOT Sports have reached an unusual television agreement regarding the 2011 district football championships.
The coordinating producer of WPIAL football coverage on ROOT Sports offers his take on Friday’s First Round action, and looks ahead to the district quarterfinals…
ROOT Sports and 93.7 The Fan will both bring you live Quad-A playoff action Friday night, though one of those games has been moved to a different venue…