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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.
Fifteen local softball players were named to Pennsylvania High School Softball Coaches Association all-state teams.
For three seasons, Kaitlyn Rizor was comfortable and productive on the right side of West Greene’s defensive alignment as the second baseman. She was a key player in three WPIAL championships and two state titles. This spring, however, Rizor was asked to slide over to the key position of sho…
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.
The threat of inclement weather postponed PIAA baseball and softball games across the state, including changing the semifinal matchup between West Greene and Dubois Central Catholic.
Chartiers-Houston hopes to limit mistakes against Frazier, something that has doomed the Bucs in the past.
McMURRAY – While Monday’s PIAA first-round playoff game didn’t feature a trophy or a medal ceremony like Wednesday’s WPIAL championship did for West Greene, one thing was the same:
West Greene didn’t play its best game Monday afternoon, head softball coach Bill Simms said, but the Pioneers did enough to beat Bishop Canevin, 5-2, in the WPIAL Class 1A quarterfinals at Trinity High School.
The threat of the long ball might not be the same, but West Greene is producing runs other ways. The Pioneers hope that will lead to even more history with a fourth straight WPIAL championship.
Two-time defending state champion West Greene not relying on past successes but is hopeful for similar result in 2019.
West Greene forced 25 turnovers and made enough plays late to secure a 56-46 win over Sewickley Academy in the Class A quarterfinals at Canon-McMillan High School.
Achieving a rare feat of having three players in the same graduation class with 1,000 points, the West Greene High School girls basketball team is continuing to try and rewrite the record books.