The road team finished strong in a battle of two of the top girls’ teams in the WPIAL, while several boys’ and girls’ squads east of Pittsburgh have significant games Friday night.
North Catholic avoided a trap game and coasted to an easy victory over 2010 state champion Sewickley Academy to keep their section title hopes alive.
A career night from Seneca Valley’s senior netminder allowed the Raiders to escape the chilly night with a surprising tie against North Allegheny in a game that raised money for diabetes research.
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.
The week-long event got off to an unexpectedly rousing start as Allderdice rallied past City League rival Carrick late for its first win of the season in an Open Class Section 2 contest.
Bishop Canevin bounced back from its first loss of the year in inspiring fashion with a win over West Allegheny, another Class AA section leader, Monday night in Mount Lebanon.
Playing in front of a hostile crowd, Blackhawk denied Central Valley its historic first win in the AAA-Sec. 2 lid-lifter for both teams.
Top-ranked Mars widened its lead in Class A Section 2 with a blowout victory at home over the second-place Quakers Tuesday night.
West Allegheny and Montour continue to share the lead in Class AA Section 2 after Monday’s tie in Moon Township.