Eleven local wrestlers were golden during Saturday afternoon's Class AAA Section 4 wrestling championships.
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BALDWIN – The WPIAL’s Class 5A girls basketball quarterfinal matchup Saturday between Trinity and Gateway had so many people talking about tempo that you’d think the Baldwin High School gymnasium had turned into a drummers convention.
PLUM — Cam Nusser scored 17 points, and Mitchell Pohlot and Devin Whitlock each had a double-double, leading Belle Vernon to a 66-61 come-from-behind win over third-seeded Quaker Valley in the WPIAL Class 4A boys basketball quarterfinals Saturday at Plum High School.
The top of the awards stand was a lonely place for any District 7 wrestler in the Kovalchick Center on the campus of Indiana University.
Michael Carmody couldn't be stopped in the final three quarters as Mars defeats cold-shooting South Fayette in the WPIAL Class 5A quarterfinals.
McMURRAY – As a first-year head coach calling the shots in a first-round playoff game, Mike Drazich was prepared Tuesday night to make a lot of tough and important decisions in Avella High School’s girls basketball playoff game against Propel Andrew Street.
Continuing to play in nail-biting fashion, South Fayette makes last-second layup to edge Franklin Regional in first-round playoff game.
Washington had two chances to win the game at the buzzer. Neither shot could fall as the Prexies fall in heartbreaking fashion to Neshannock.
BELLEVUE – Sydney McDonough scored 15 points, including two critical free throws with less than 30 seconds remaining, and Riverview overcame a 10-point deficit in the second half to stun Burgettstown 32-28 Friday in the first round of the WPIAL Class 2A girls basketball playoffs at Northgate…
Two teams are trying to end long waits since their last playoff wins. Others are hoping to ride late success in the regular season into the playoffs. That and more on five things to watch when the WPIAL high school basketball playoffs begin for some local teams as early as tonight.
The Washington and Charleroi boys basketball teams shared the Class 3A Section 4 title. Tuesday night, three teams that weren't section champions in any capacity were seeded ahead of both of them.
West Greene and Trinity both earned high seeds and first-round byes in the opening round of the WPIAL girls basketball tournament.
After years of losing, the Monessen High School girls basketball team is regaining what the program used to be under second-year coach Janine Vertacnik.
Peters Township’s boys basketball team will take a three-game winning streak into the WPIAL Class 6A playoffs.
Trinity prepared for the upcoming Class 5A girls basketball playoffs by defeating Upper St. Clair 56-50 Saturday afternoon at Hiller Hall.
Canon-McMillan built a 16-point lead by the end of the first quarter Friday night and that carried the Big Macs to a 60-53 non-section boys basketball victory over visiting Ringgold.
The Raiders get a fast start and breeze to a 40-21 victory over Central Dauphin in the first round of the Class AAA state team tournament at the Giant Center in Hershey.
Jersey Wise and Anna Durbin each scored 22 points as the West Greene girls basketball team completed a perfect regular season by defeating visiting Avella, 78-40, in a Class A Section 2 game Thursday night.
There are only two days of high school basketball section play left in the regular season. So far, 19 area teams will be advancing to the postseason. Who are they and what two local teams still need to do some work to get into the playoffs?