PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — You can’t buy enough vowels to put into succinct words what Art Walker’s team has achieved.
Stephen, Please! ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith came under fire Thursday for using a racial slur on Thursday’s edition of First Take. The comment happened during a discussion of whether or not Kobe Bryant will play in […]
We’ve got live updates from North Allegheny-Central Catholic, and some of the other games around the WPIAL in Week 7…
Has North Allegheny cleared its biggest hurdle? We tip our cap to the Tigers for their Week 6 performance, and we look at the playoff bubble in Class AAA…
Follow our live updates and notes as Gateway (5-0, 5-0; No. 16 MaxPreps) hosts North Allegheny (4-0, 5-0; No. 2 MaxPreps) in a rematch of the 2011 postseason, and a possible 2012 WPIAL Class AAAA Final preview…
Although Aliquippa rightfully remains the favorite in the MAC, 93-7 The Fan’s high school sports blogger believes Beaver Falls should not be taken lightly.
93-7 The Fan’s high school sports blogger explains why the road to a repeat for the Quad-A champs will be a difficult one.
The Pirates beat reporter from the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette joined 93-7 The Fan’s Chris Mueller early Saturday morning to discuss the Pirates’ Friday night win over the Tigers.
I realize it’s only May 9th, but, check out the Pirates win total compared to some of the big market teams in MLB. It might surprise you.
On a rainy, sloppy Monday, defending WPIAL champion Hopewell overcame a sloppy start and out-slugged Moon in Sec. 1-AAA action.
Shaler pitcher Matt Klena silenced North Allegheny’s bats in a narrow upset of last year’s WPIAL Class AAAA runner-up.
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.
Oakland Catholic’s balanced attack was too much for host North Allegheny, and its defense suffocated dangerous shooter Kelli Brennan to help the red-hot Eagles stay atop AAAA-Sec. 3.
Gateway brought the home crowd to its feet with a terrific second-half comeback, but North Allegheny hung on to win a seesaw battle of Class AAAA contenders Tuesday night.