Washington High School’s football team won the state title in 2001, but first the Little Prexies had to win the WPIAL championship, which they did against a talented Beaver Falls team.
The “When Sports Were Played” for today is from March 7, 1992, when Washington High School’s girls basketball team knocked off talented North Catholic to win the WPIAL Class AAA girls basketball championship.
For today’s “When Sports Were Played” we turn back the clock exactly 22 years, to May 28, 1998. That’s when Washington High School’s Diontae Walker pitched a no-hitter in the WPIAL baseball finals.
For today’s “When Sports Were Played” we go back to May 25, 1996, when in one afternoon Washington’s Laila Brock won an amazing four gold medals at the PIAA Track & Field Championships.
The WPIAL approved a new scheduling format and it’s designed to prevent teams from pitching their ace against the same section opponent twice in a season
Today’s “When Sports Were Played” takes us back exactly eight years, to May 17, 2012, when Washington’s Dustin Fuller became the first boy in 30 years to win four gold medals at the WPIAL Track & Field Championships.
HERSHEY – The golden symbol of excellence from a grueling five-month wrestling season hung around the necks of Tom Wilt and Doug Haines and 10 other Class AA wrestlers at the conclusion of the 44th annual PIAA wrestling tournament Saturday afternoon.
As Comeback Week continues in “When Sports Were Played,” we revisit what might have been the most improbable turnaround ever in a WPIAL baseball playoff game, when Washington overcame a nine-run deficit to win 17-16 over Seton-LaSalle in a crazy quarterfinal played May 22, 1997. The Little P…
We kick off Comeback Week in “When Sports Were Played” with a stunning finish when the Washington and Jeannette football teams met in a battle of unbeatens on Sept. 28, 2012.
In today’s “When Sports Were Played” we revisit one of the most talked about regular-season football upsets ever in the area, the mud bowl between Washington and Burgettstown that was played Nov. 4, 1983.
In today’s “When Sports Were Played,” we travel back to December of 2001. A little white lie plays a big part in Washington’s PIAA title hopes.
It is no coincidence that the basketball fortunes at Washington High School and Washington & Jefferson College reached championship levels in the late 1980s and early 1990s with the presence of Terrance Wilkins.
McGuffey not only is tied for first place in its section. The Highlanders lead the entire WPIAL in a statistical category. That and West Greene's tough upcoming schedule and what local basketball teams would be playoff bound if the season ended today.
Trinity puts together another impressive offensive showing, something that isn't new for the Hillers, who are the highest scoring team in Class 5A.
Washington wins its section opener against Charleroi, but head coach Ron Faust wasn't pleased about how the Prexies played.
The first whistle of the season had not sounded and Washington High School’s wrestling team had already been handed its first loss of the season.
If the players from Washington High School are going to raise the trophy celebrating the WPIAL Class 2A championship, the Prexies might have to overcome two opponents.
The positive change in Washington's defense from last season to this has been something to behold. A look inside the numbers tells a story that could send the Prexies to another WPIAL championship appearance with another dominating performance Friday night.
The WPIAL announced sites for the Class 2A and 5A high school football semifinal games Friday night. The district championships for Class 6A, 4A, 3A and A will all be played Saturday at Heinz Field.
Plenty of things went wrong Friday night for Washington. The Prexies persevered to beat rival McGuffey for the Century Conference title.
Washington quarterback Zack Swartz will be a key tonight when the Prexies play McGuffey in the "Game of the Century."
McGuffey knows what it wants to do on offense, but the Highlanders have shown they aren't afraid to throw it around when needed.
Each time he goes out for a walk or a jog, Nick Milchovich is reminded of it. The hurt, the pain and the agony of being injured and defeated.