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For 65 years, Jim Render has been going to football practice. Come August, however, he’ll break that habit because the WPIAL legend tendered his letter of resignation as Upper St. Clair varsity football coach. School officials announced Render’s retirement on Jan. 3.
How did Week Zero, a dynamic receiving corps and kicker Ryan Coe pay dividends in South Fayette's win over Thomas Jefferson in the WPIAL Class 4A championship game?
South Side Beaver’s rushing attack and opportunistic defense led the Rams to a 26-21 upset of Charleroi in the WPIAL Class AA semifinals.
In a battle of recent heavyweights, South Fayette and Thomas Jefferson play in the WPIAL Class 4A championship.
Peters Township will attempt to knock off Penn Hills and play in its first WPIAL championship in program history.
A big second-half performance for Charleroi's Cole Hunter Perry earned him the Observer-Reporter Athlete of the Week.
Catch a recap of this week's high school football game of the week — South Fayette vs. Belle Vernon in the WPIAL Class 4A semifinals — with our Friday Football Flashback. This video was produced by Waynesburg University student Michael Cappelli.
Playing at Joe Montana Stadium, South Fayette quarterback Jamie Diven had a Hall of Fame-like performance in the Lions’ 28-10 victory over Belle Vernon on Friday in the semifinals of the WPIAL Class AAAA playoffs.
Washington and Steel Valley meet in the WPIAL Class AA quarterfinals, one year removed from playing one another in the championship.
One win away from playing for a WPIAL football championship at Heinz Field, South Fayette and Belle Vernon meet in the Class 4A semifinals.
After a big performance in the opening round of the WPIAL football playoffs, Washington's Zahmere Robinson has been named the Observer-Reporter Athlete of the Week.