If any local baseball team is going to win a WPIAL championship this season, then it likely will require knocking off a few higher-seeded teams.
BETHEL PARK – With few outdoor matches under his belt this spring and temperatures more like summer, Jacob Patterson of South Fayette didn’t want to stay out on the tennis courts at Bethel Park High School too long as he battled for the Section 4-AAA singles title.
The high school sports seasons in Pennsylvania were brought to a sudden end before they began last spring, and the fall seasons have been played with safer, socially distant guidelines. But what hasn’t changed in high school athletics is the recruiting game.
Eli Jochem caught three touchdown passes from Cole Spencer and returned an interception for another score as top-seeded Pine-Richland defeated South Fayette 47-7 in a Class 5A first-round playoff game Friday night.
MCKEESPORT – Jake Borgesi and Lauren Iagnemma crossed the finish line during the WPIAL Class AAA Cross Country Championships in very different conditions Friday but the South Fayette runners both managed the same result. Each qualified for the PIAA Championships set for Nov. 7 in Hershey.
McDONALD — Charley Rossi caught a pair of first-half touchdown passes and added a fourth-quarter interception return for another score as South Fayette never trailed in a critical 38-14 victory Friday night over West Allegheny.
HEIDELBERG — Jacob Salsberry booted a 22-yard field goal with 17 seconds remaining to give Chartiers Valley a stunning 9-7 victory over South Fayette in a non-conference game Friday night.
Today’s “When Sports Were Played” is from March 21, 2017, when Trinity used a big second half to defeat South Fayette and become the first girls basketball team from Washington County to make the state finals.
What’s the most important ingredient in winning a cross country team title? The running shoes or the teammates racing alongside you?
Peters Township defensive back Donovan McMillon, who is the most heavily recruited football player from Washington County in more than a decade, recently narrowed his list of finalists to five schools.
Joe Rossi can rattle off names of former South Fayette High School football players he considered “camp kids.”
Five wrestlers from Waynesburg advance to the PIAA quarterfinals, an effort highlighted by Cole Homet's upset of the No. 2 seed. Overall, it was a successful day for local Class AAA wrestlers in Hershey.
Four local boys teams advanced to the PIAA boys basketball playoffs that begin later this week. Here is what to know when they tip off in first-round games.
South Fayette wrestler Eli Brinsky had last year's WPIAL championships ripped away because of an injury. That has served as motivation in his senior year.
Eleven local wrestlers were golden during Saturday afternoon's Class AAA Section 4 wrestling championships.
Michael Carmody couldn't be stopped in the final three quarters as Mars defeats cold-shooting South Fayette in the WPIAL Class 5A quarterfinals.