McGuffey not only is tied for first place in its section. The Highlanders lead the entire WPIAL in a statistical category. That and West Greene's tough upcoming schedule and what local basketball teams would be playoff bound if the season ended today.
In a Class A showdown between two of the top teams, Fort Cherry can't find a way to knock off defending champion Bishop Canevin.
Paige Marshalek nets her second goal of the game with the game-winner at the 9:05 mark of the overtime to give Bentworth a 3-2 victory over Bishop Canevin in the Class A quarterfinals.
Carmichaels grabs the highest seed out of the nine, local playoff teams with the second seed in the Class A playoffs.
Several area volleyball teams have clinched a playoff berth. Others are hoping a final strong push will help them qualify for the postseason.
Kylie Airesman appears as sweet as the cookies she peddles as a Girl Scout but beware, she’s dangerous. She has recorded 413 kills on the volleyball court. She enters her senior season at Bishop Canevin on pace to reach No. 2 on the school’s all-time kills list. Currently, the McDonald nativ…
All three local teams that played Monday lost. Bentworth lost by seven runs to Laurel in Class AA, and Class A Carmichaels and Mapletown both lost by one run.
Makenna Marisa scored 7 of her game-high 23 in the fourth quarter to power Peters Township to a 56-55 win over Norwin in a non-section game.
They're chasing dreams, churning out Division I basketball recruits at First Love Christian Academy.
South Fayette remained in title contention in Section 3-AAAA and dealt McGuffey’s playoff hopes a blow with a 45-30 victory over the host Highlanders in a boys basketball game Saturday afternoon.
The first round of high school football playoffs are in the books and there were a few thrilling finishes, the first playoff game in 24 years for West Greene, some terrific matchups of Nos. 8 and 9 seeds and some top seeds that lived up to the lofty billing.
In WPIAL Class A girls’ volleyball there were no surprises as top-seeded Bishop Canevin captured its third championship in five years, sweeping past Our Lady of the Sacred Heart, 3-0, in the finals played at Baldwin High School Saturday afternoon.
Four local undefeated teams – California, South Fayette, Washington and Belle Vernon – end up with top spots at the WPIAL high school football playoff pairings meeting Monday night.