High School Football Updates
2019 High School Football Preview
High school football teams will start their regular seasons with a slew of non-conference games. That doesn't mean Week Zero will go away.
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Six new inductees will be welcomed into the Mid Mon Valley Sports Hall of Fame. With the Class of 2020, the total number of inductees will be 261.
You won't believe some of the numbers from the past two high school football seasons. Now, like it or not, six classifications and staying away from the 'regionalization' proposal offered by the WPIAL might be the best option.
Monessen football coach Mike Blainefield submitted his letter of resignation Friday. That could only be the start of hard decisions for the Greyhounds' football program.
ROGERSVILLE – Benjamin Jackson sat down at a table with family, coaches and friends on Wednesday afternoon, took pen in hand and made it official.
Through a cold and steady rain, second-seeded Gateway hit just enough chunk plays to edge fifth-seeded Peters Township, 21-20, in the WPIAL Class 5A football championship game Saturday night at soggy Norwin High School.
Peters Township's Donovan McMillan has gone from diminutive to dominant, helping lead the Indians to their first ever WPIAL championship and having Power 5 schools interested.
Thomas Jefferson wins its 9th WPIAL football championship by beating Belle Vernon in the Class 4A title game at Heinz Field.
Peters Township and Penn-Trafford will both get a second chance at something Friday night. How some of the WPIAL's best defenses could play a big part in determining a winner.
The positive change in Washington's defense from last season to this has been something to behold. A look inside the numbers tells a story that could send the Prexies to another WPIAL championship appearance with another dominating performance Friday night.
The WPIAL announced sites for the Class 2A and 5A high school football semifinal games Friday night. The district championships for Class 6A, 4A, 3A and A will all be played Saturday at Heinz Field.
The wildcat offense. West Greene's Ben Jackson breaks another record. A local lineman is named as a finalist for a WPIAL award. Five things from the week that was in high school football.
Peters Township and Moon meet for the second time in 35 days in the WPIAL Class 5A quarterfinals. It is one of 5 playoffs games involving local teams.
The PIAA has released its classification parameters for the 2020-21 and 2021-22 school years and there will be significant changes for several local schools, especially in football.
McMURRAY – If Peters Township was looking ahead to a rematch with Moon, it sure did not look like it Friday night.
WEXFORD — Ben Petschke completed completed six of 11 passes for 140 yards and four touchdowns, and also ran for a score as North Allegheny took advantage of a fast start and defeated Canon-McMillan 48-7 in the first round of the Class 6A playoffs Friday night.
IMPERIAL — Savon Wilson's 27-yard touchdown run midway through the fourth quarter gave Cornell a 32-27 victory over California in a Class A first-round game played Friday night at West Allegheny High School.
FREEDOM — Cole Beck threw a tiebreaking one-yard TD pass to tight end Noah Valles in the third quarter and the Freedom defense held Charleroi to negative yardage in the second half as the Bulldogs won 21-14 in a Class 2A first-round game Friday night.