High school football teams will report to camp in exactly one month. Here are five teams to watch before July quickly turns into August and the season is upon us.
Considered one of the most polished, complete players to come out of Western Pennsylvania, Makenna Marisa used her senior season as a final curtain call. What an encore it turned out to be. The Penn State recruit led Peters Township as the Indians became the first girls high school basketbal…
The girls basketball season for Peters Township was dominant from start to finish. And the Indians have two gold medals to show for it and made history doing so. Completing a perfect season (30-0) with a 62-49 win over Garnet Valley in the PIAA Class 6A Championship at the Giant Center in He…
Selena Phillips has been spot on at the WPIAL Rifle Championships, which has brought out the best in Waynesburg’s sharp-shooting senior. Phillips successfully defended her WPIAL title at the Dormont-Mt. Lebanon Sportsmen’s Club in March. Just as she was a year ago, when she won Waynesburg’s …
After 35 seasons as Peters Township High School baseball's coach, and 422 career wins, Joe Maize is retiring.
Keeping up with local high school athletics, including a new bill that would change the high school sports landscape in Pennsylvania, South Fayette golfer Luke Lestini qualifying for a national tournament and recruiting news.
Peters Township scores four unanswered runs to prevent Canon-McMillan from making its fifth consecutive playoff appearance.
A stellar pitching performance and big fifth inning help Upper St. Clair eliminate Peters Township from playoff contention.
A strong pitching performance by Tom Colcombe and three 8th-inning doubles gives Peters Township a key win over section rival Canon-McMillan.
A new-look infield, dominating pitcher and selfless attitude has Peters Township atop the section baseball standings.
Peters Township accomplishes several Washington County firsts and finished a perfect season with a state championship to earn the Observer-Reporter Headliner award.
An unmatched jump shot and unrelenting work ethic led Peters Township's Makenna Marisa to be named the Observer-Reporter Girls Basketball Player of the Year.
Peters Township tennis continues to find success with juggled lineup, local high school football to be televised and several recruiting notes.
Keeping up to date with local college athletes in basketball, baseball, softball, wrestling and track and field.
Peters Township becomes the first girls basketball team in Washington County history to win a state championship, defeating Garnet Valley in emphatic fashion.
Bert Kendall hasn’t thought about how far his Peters Township High School girls basketball team has made it in the playoffs.
One win away from a state championship, Peters Township's Makenna Marisa and Isabella Mills mean much more to the Indians than their impressive numbers.
The biggest difference between Peters Township and Garnet Valley is they are on opposite sides of the state. The two teams that will meet for the PIAA Class 6A girls basketball championship Friday night are quite similar.
Nearly down and out, Peters Township uses a late comeback in the PIAA Class 6A semifinals to advance to its first state championship in program history.
Hoping for another fast start, Peters Township plays Upper Dublin in the PIAA Class 6A semifinals for a chance to play in the program's first state championship.
Makenna Marisa dominated from the second quarter on to lead Peters Township past Norwin in a PIAA Class 6A quarterfinal game Friday night.
Peters Township and Norwin battle to be lone team from western Pennsylvania remaining in the PIAA Class 6A girls' basketball bracket.
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.
For the second consecutive season, Peters Township and Bethel Park will meet for the fourth time. On the line Tuesday night is a spot in the state quarterfinals.
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.
After losing in last year's WPIAL Class 6A Championship, Peters Township is determined to win its first district title in a rematch with North Allegheny.
Peters Township downs rival Bethel Park to return to the Petersen Events Center for the WPIAL Class 6A Championship.
Colin Luellen’s basket off an offensive rebound with two seconds remaining capped a wild fourth-quarter comeback and gave top-seeded Pine-Richland a 64-62 victory over Peters Township in the WPIAL Class 6A quarterfinals Saturday afternoon at North Hills High School.
Peters Township becomes the first girls basketball team in Washington County history to complete a perfect regular season.