It doesn’t get any bigger than high school football in Western Pennsylvania.
“Mr. High School Sports” breaks down the WPIAL Football Semifinals, which kick off everywhere tonight at 7:30, in an extended edition of his podcast.
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.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — All good things must come to an end. Unfortunately, this includes one of the most exciting stories in the history of WPIAL football.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — Former Perry athlete Mallory Claybourne, recently offered by Pitt, has confirmed to one source he will play for the new Renaissance Christian Academy program for his senior season.
HARMONY, P.A. (93-7 THE FAN) — After an uncharacteristically ugly win at Heinz Field, Friday was a return to the norm for three-time WPIAL champion North Allegheny (14-0), and another mercy rule-shortened day at the office for its quarterback.
The Indians are chasing history…or, to be more precise, Chayse-ing it.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — In their season opener against Upper St. Clair, the Wolverines dropped the ball, in a metaphorical sense. In the rematch Friday, the Panthers dropped the ball, in the literal sense, and Woodland Hills took full advantage.
It doesn’t get any bigger than high school football in Western Pennsylvania and we’re committed to bringing you the best team coverage in the region. After the games, you can find all the latest scores right here!
We preview the biggest WPIAL football games from the opening weekend of the 2012 season, including our featured game between two Class AAAA contenders and new conference rivals.
We’re going to keep our preseason coverage going with a series of rapid-fire previews, focusing on the Parkway Conference in Class AAA, perhaps the toughest of them all. For six consecutive seasons at least one team from this section has reached Heinz Field, and quite frankly, we foresee 2012 becoming the seventh.
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.
They fell short of an unprecedented state title, but new Class AA Penguins Cup champion West Allegheny set a new standard of excellence.
Matt Grebosky’s shot from the right wing defeated Erie Cathedral Prep at CONSOL Energy Center Saturday for West Allegheny’s first-ever Class AA Penguins Cup championship.