SHALER — Eddie Tillman scored four touchdowns to power Pittsburgh Central Catholic over Canon-McMillan, 44-0, in a Class 6A Quad County Conference game.
The WPIAL individual golf championships will culminate over the next two days, defending state champion Peters Township loses key starter and West Greene plans to induct three members into its hall of fame.
Indians quarterback Logan Pfeuffer, was 11-of-18 passing for 272 yards and three scores, and Josh Casilli enjoyed another strong evening with 125 receiving yards on five catches as PT overpowers rival Canon-McMillan.
Sarah Heisinger scored two goals to lead Peters Township over Canon-McMillan in a Section 2-AAAA match Monday night.
GREENSBURG — Canon-McMillan head coach Mike Evans was reinstated Friday, showed up for the second half and watched the Big Macs win their first game this season with a 21-12 victory over Hempfield in a Class 6A Quad County Conference game.
Sometimes, it’s hard to understand school boards. They do things behind closed doors in a process called executive session and sometimes never re-emerge. Who knows how many school board members have entered those doors, never to be seen again.
Carmichaels golf and local soccer teams off to fast starts. Several local high school football players find themselves near the top of certain WPIAL statistics.
Seneca Valley received a three-touchdown performance from quarterback Gabe Lawson to earn a 27-7 victory Friday over Canon-McMillan, whose coach was serving a suspension.
Fifteen local softball players were named to Pennsylvania High School Softball Coaches Association all-state teams.
Gerrit Nijenhuis ended two frustrating years in the PIAA Championships with a spectacular finish this year. The junior from Canon-McMillan High School, who came back with the bronze medals the past two seasons, roared through the 170-pound weight class, earning the gold medal with a dominati…
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.