BRIDGEVILLE — Devin Whitlock passed for 135 yards, rushed for 133 and was responsible for five touchdowns as Belle Vernon stomped on Chartiers Valley, 49-14 Friday in a nonconference game.
No introductions need made when Trinity and Chartiers Valley meet for a WPIAL Class 5A title. The two section rivals know one another very well.
Despite leading by two points entering the final quarter, Trinity couldn't hold on to upend the defending state champs.
Several area volleyball teams have clinched a playoff berth. Others are hoping a final strong push will help them qualify for the postseason.
Despite being a sanctioned PIAA sport, water polo doesn't have much traction in Western Pennsylvania. A new program is trying to change that.
David Monaco hit a tiebreaking double in the fourth inning and two pitchers held Ringgold scoreless over the final three innings Monday as South Park edged the Section 3-AAAA-leading Rams 5-3.
Chase Angotti only allowed two hits and a pair of earned runs over 6 ⅓ innings as Ringgold defeated South Park, 6-4, in a Class 4A Section 3 game.
Jake Broadwater and Bryce Bedilion combined to pitch a no-hitter as Jefferson-Morgan defeated Avella 10-0 in six innings.
The Trinity girls basketball team made history playing in the PIAA Class 5A Championship a season ago. Now, the Hillers are aiming for another trip to Hershey.
Preliminary and first-round pairings for the PIAA Class AA wrestling championships which begin Thursday at the Giant Center in Hershey. Wrestlers' names are followed by school, regional finish, grade and record. (x-denotes returning champion).
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.
Bailey Vig scored a game-high 21 points as California remained tied for first place in Section 3-AA with a 64-43 victory over host Bentworth Monday night.
Kaitlyn Riley scored a game-high 26 points, Maria Claybaugh added 21, including her 1,000th career point, and Charleroi remained undefeated at home with a 73-33 victory over McGuffey in Section 2-AAA Monday night.
Beth-Center took advantage of five Bentworth forfeits and combined them with some strong performances in the middleweights to defeat the Bearcats 51-21 in Class AA Section 2A Wednesday night.
Several local teams are out to fast starts when they entered the holiday break. Others were looking for answers.