Sometimes, it’s hard to understand school boards. They do things behind closed doors in a process called executive session and sometimes never re-emerge. Who knows how many school board members have entered those doors, never to be seen again.
Carmichaels golf and local soccer teams off to fast starts. Several local high school football players find themselves near the top of certain WPIAL statistics.
Belle Vernon and Thomas Jefferson renew their rivalry. Washington, which plays Saturday, will try to reach a win landmark.
West Greene continues to score. Chartiers-Houston has kept teams from scoring. Avella beats somebody outside of the Tri-County South Conference. Week 1 had us flipping through our calendars for oddities and much more.
Zahmere Robinson rushed for three touchdowns, including two in the third quarter, as Washington pulled away in the second half for a 42-14 victory over Charleroi in a Class 2A Interstate Conference game at Wash High Stadium on Friday night.
Week Zero offered a lot. From no officials to Monday Night Football, here is what we learned from a busy opening week of the high school football season.
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.
Numbers don't lie with the success of both the Chartiers-Houston High School softball program and the big three — McKenna Lampe, Madison Lampe and Kaitlyn Rizor — from West Greene. Also, keeping up to date with recruiting news for several local high school football players.
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.
The 1983-84 Washington High School boys basketball team wasn’t the most spectacular outfit to look at. No one really stood out. The team wasn’t great at anything except winning. And as they won WPIAL and state championships, the Little Prexies caught the fancy of local sports fans.
Bentworth's Jonathan Vargo recovers from a stalling call and McGuffey's Christian Clutter starts strong, both advancing to the PIAA Class AA quarterfinals in Hershey.
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.
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.
Fifth-seeded Washington uses balance to defeat Keystone Oaks in the first round of the WPIAL Class 3A boys basketball playoffs.
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.
Washington puts together a complete performance to hammer McGuffey and win the Class 3A Section 4 championship outright.
A free throw by Washington’s Brandon Patterson with 1.7 seconds remaining in the 2nd OT puts Washington on top in Class 3A Section 4.