It may be the middle of summer, but it’s not too early to start thinking about either the fall or winter sports season for Pittsburghers, and hockey annually bridges the gap between the two.
By Matt Popchock (email@example.com) With the most coveted hard hat in Washington County within reach, Peters Township goaltender Brian Baker decided a 4′x6′ net just wasn’t safe enough. So, with a blue-collar effort that would […]
One of the most important games of the remaining PIHL Class AAA schedule, which takes place in Southpointe tonight, can be seen on demand by Comcast subscribers.
Carlynton pounded out enough early offense to put down visiting Seton-LaSalle for the right to wear the Sec. 1-AA crown.
Junior Matt Smith pitched a gem, and surging Seneca Valley finally found a way to beat Pine-Richland, tightening the Sec. 1-AAAA race.
On a rainy, sloppy Monday, defending WPIAL champion Hopewell overcame a sloppy start and out-slugged Moon in Sec. 1-AAA action.
As the weather improved, Latrobe’s offense also heated up in a decisive victory over Sec. 1-AAAA rival Connellsville.
Shaler pitcher Matt Klena silenced North Allegheny’s bats in a narrow upset of last year’s WPIAL Class AAAA runner-up.
93.7 The Fan’s high school sports reporter gets you ready for faceoff as he looks ahead to some of the biggest hockey games in the area.
In a game that raised money in memory of one of Pittsburgh’s Fallen Heroes, Upper St. Clair easily defeated AAA-Sec. 1 rival Baldwin to keep pace with both Bethel Park and front-runner Canon-McMillan.
Peters Township broke open this battle of recent Class AA dynasties in the second period to extend its unbeaten streak and help raise money for cancer research last weekend.
Despite trailing by double digits entering the fourth quarter, Rochester stunned Lincoln Park in a battle of Class A number ones Monday night by embarking on a game-changing 14-point run.
Bethel Park controlled its AAA-Sec. 1 home game against arch-rival Mount Lebanon last Thursday with its power play, which scored three times en route to the Black Hawks’ fifth straight win.
In a rematch of the last two Penguins Cup winners in Class AAA Canon-McMillan held off Shaler in their first meeting since last year’s playoffs.