It will be two former Big Macs that will now lead the boys and girls basketball programs at Canon-McMillan.
Peters Township scores four unanswered runs to prevent Canon-McMillan from making its fifth consecutive playoff appearance.
In 2015, girls lacrosse at Canon-McMillan was only a club sport. The Big Macs are now a little over one week away from playing in their first ever WPIAL playoff game.
After a tough three-game stretch two weeks ago, Canon-McMillan is back on track. Trinity continues to out-hit opponents, two neighboring schools could be fighting of a final playoff spot and Carmichaels could make it interesting in Class 2A Section 3.
A strong pitching performance by Tom Colcombe and three 8th-inning doubles gives Peters Township a key win over section rival Canon-McMillan.
It took nine innings, 41 hits and 11 home runs to determine a winner between Canon-McMillan and Bethel Park.
North Allegheny scores five unanswered runs and plays solid defense to down Canon-McMillan in a rematch of last year's WPIAL Class 6A championship.
Although Pittsburgh City League champion Allderdice brought the Big Macs' season to a close with a 61-58 overtime win, there was little doubt that Canon-McMillan could play with some of the best teams in the state.
HERSHEY – When Ken Hayman fell behind Braden Ricchini of Council Rock South early, there was no panic or desperation on the mat or in the coaches’ corner.