Former Titans pro bowl safety and current Titans Radio Network pregame/post-game analyst Blaine Bishop joined The Fan Morning Show on Wednesday to preview Thursday’s night match-up between the Steelers and Tennessee.
PITTSBURGH (AP) Troy Polamalu’s comeback turned out to be just a cameo, and there’s no telling when the Pittsburgh Steelers safety will be back on the field.
Our series on some of the top boys’ basketball players in the WPIAL begins with the young man who will try to lead Shaler to unprecedented glory, and, next fall, try to do the same at State College.
We’re providing live playoff updates from Antimarino Stadium all night long, as Gateway and Shaler open the 2011 WPIAL postseason…
This week’s UPMC Centers for Rehab Services Athlete of the Week is Derrick Fulmore, a junior quarterback for the West Mifflin football team. He didn’t put up the most incredible stat line you’ll ever see from our Athletes of the Week, but Fulmore epitomized the word clutch in Week 9. Thanks to his leadership, Thomas Jefferson will remember these Titans (6-1, 8-1) as the ones who ended its 37-game conference winning streak.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 The Fan) — Former Tennessee Safety and current mid-day radio personality on WGFX 104.5 the Zone Blaine Bishop talks to The Fan Morning Show about the Titans exceeding expectations despite slow starts by […]
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 saw another No. 1 bite the dust late, as Shaler’s fourth-quarter comeback stunned Oakland Catholic in girls’ Quad-A action Thursday.
Pittsburgh Central Catholic saw its three-goal lead slip away but took advantage of a fortuitous bounce in OT to beat struggling Shaler in a Class AAA Section 3 contest that capped off a great week of hockey.
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.