There were multiple gold medals won by local boys at the WPIAL Track & Field Championships Thursday at Slippery Rock University.
DORMONT – Defense ruled when Monessen and Nazareth Prep clashed in the PIAA Class A boys basketball quarterfinals on Friday night.
There are only two local basketball teams – the Peters Township girls and Monessen boys – remaining in the PIAA playoffs and you can watch both of them in a doubleheader Friday night.
Monessen striving for continued success in the state tournament after missing out on WPIAL title.
Monessen battled top-seed Vincentian Academy from start to finish, but coach Dan Bosnic's Greyhounds ran out of gas after playing a frenetic pace from the opening tip-off in the Royals' 61-49 victory in the semifinals of the WPIAL Class A boys basketball playoffs on Monday at Peters Twp. High School.
The outcry from public school coaches and administrators has reached a fervor in Pennsylvania in the last decade as non-boundary schools have won what public schools say is a disproportionate number of district and state championships.
Former Monessen coach Joe Salvino earned a victory over his former team when Belle Vernon rallied in the fourth quarter.
GREENSBURG — Marcus Barnes and Emilio Huerta combined to put 10 points on the scoreboard in the third quarter and Jeannette's defense made a late stop to stave off an upset bid by Monessen in an 18-14 victory in the first round of the WPIAL Class A playoffs Friday night.
Seeds, opponents, times and locations were determined for the 12 area high school football teams for the first round of the WPIAL playoffs.
AVELLA — Justin Towler scored on two long touchdown runs as Monessen broke open a close game in the second half and defeated Avella 30-0 to garner a share of the Tri-County South Conference championship.
ROGERSVILLE – Ben Jackson rushed for 124 yards and three touchdowns on 28 carries as West Greene held off Monessen, 24-6, Friday night in a sloppy, hectic game.
Several area players find themselves near the top of several statistical categories in WPIAL football. With mismatches mostly across the board, they could continue to move up those lists.
An impressive debut for Charleroi coach Lance Getsy, big plays haunt Canon-McMillan again and why nobody is going to easily push Burgettstown around.
What was the best high school sports moment from 2017-18? Over the next four weeks, we are hosting a poll to find out what our readers think was the top moment. We picked and seeded the best 16 moments. Now, it's up to you.
The numbers look like they came from a video game but they are real. Pitcher Bailey Parshall, a senior lefty for Belle Vernon, capped an incredible career this season – one of the best in WPIAL history – by leading the Leopards to a second consecutive Class 4A title and to within two victori…
Ask anybody who has attempted to do so and they are likely tell you that it’s harder to defend a championship than it is to win one for the first time. The West Greene softball team would agree. The Pioneers won their first PIAA Class A championship in 2017, beating Williams Valley with a wi…
Madison Renner, a senior shortstop from West Greene, and Kaci Alderson, a sophomore shortstop from Chartiers-Houston, were named Player of the Year in their respective classifications by the Pennsylvania High School Softball Coaches Association.