Anna Vogt’s sport involves ups, downs, twists and turns. The Ringgold High School senior, however, was as steady as a diver could possibly be this season as she went straight to the top of the leaderboard in the postseason and stayed there to the end. Vogt repeated as the WPIAL Class AA divi…
Josh Peters and Kevin Feld combined on a one-hit shutout and Ringgold’s batters played double or nothing as the Rams rolled to a 9-0 victory over visiting Uniontown in a Class 4A Section 3 baseball game Wednesday.
Keeping up to date with local college athletes in basketball, baseball, softball, wrestling and track and field.
Several local high school basketball teams get a new lease on life by being pulled into the PIAA playoffs by the WPIAL's follow-the-leader system for determining postseason spots.
Ringgold High School senior easily beats her competition and wins her second WPIAL championship Friday afternoon at South Park High School.
HERSHEY – WPIAL champion South Fayette had a top-5 finish in the team standings Saturday at the PIAA Cross Country Championships.
Ringgold had a 13-12 lead in the second quarter, but Laurel Highlands rolled away with the final 40 points for a 52-13 win in Big Eight Conference action Friday night.
A showdown in Class 4A, injuries taking a toll and offenses look to stay hot as we move to the back half of the schedule.
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.
MONONGAHELA – Eli Schoedel scored two first-half goals to lead Ringgold High School’s boys soccer team to an early season Section 3-AAA win against rival Belle Vernon Tuesday night.
Success might not come overnight for Ringgold, but Mike Zmijanac wants the Rams to begin to build a program.
For Mike Zmijanac, Chad Coss and Lance Getsy, it's their first season with their new teams, but the similarities might stop there.
Another week of voting down, and a field of 16 at the beginning has been narrowed to only four.
Despite being a sanctioned PIAA sport, water polo doesn't have much traction in Western Pennsylvania. A new program is trying to change that.