Some local high schools are battling each other, to see who can do the best “Lip Dub” video.
BEAVER FALLS, Pa. (93-7 THE FAN) — The Beaver Falls Tigers (6-0, 7-0) are one of 16 unbeaten teams in the WPIAL entering Week Eight of the regular season.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — As you get ready to head to your game, here’s a look at the schedule for the latest MaxPreps Southwestern Pennsylvania top ten, and what’s at stake for each of them this week.
Friends and relatives gathered tonight at the Seneca Valley Intermediate High School to pay tribute and remember 50-year-old Frank Kohler.
Bucco wannabes filled the ball fields of Seneca Valley schools in Harmony, encouraged by hometown kid who now lives the dream.
Not only must Seneca Valley show mettle against one of the toughest teams in Class AAAA Thursday night, it must also show resiliency. The last time it had a chance to greatly improve its stead in the Northern Eight Conference, things went less than swimmingly.
We react to the biggest games and some of the more interesting results of Week 3 of the WPIAL football season.
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We break down the biggest games of the second week of the 2012 high school football season, including perspective from both coaches on KDKA’s Game of the Week between North Allegheny and Seneca Valley.
If there is a team in the Northern Eight that can out-tough North Allegheny, it might be able to challenge for even more than a conference crown. In Week 2, locked in a battle of attrition with North Hills, Central Catholic proved with its 14-0 win at CMU’s Gesling Stadium it can muscle its way to Heinz Field.
The defending Quad-A champs are once again the team to beat, but now they must deal directly with a team capable of dethroning them.
Given the state-wide economic downturn and recent cuts to education, a lot of WPIAL athletic departments are feeling the effects. However, three northern area schools appear to have left their sports programs in very capable hands, despite the daunting task of hiring new ADs.
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.
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.