Peters Township ended its season when the Lady Indians dropped a 2-1 overtime decision to Owen J. Roberts in the quarterfinals of the PIAA Class 4A girls soccer playoffs.
With a 17-7 loss against rival Upper St. Clair, Bethel Park’s football season came to an abrupt end. The Black Hawks wrapped up the 2022 campaign with a 10-2 record that featured a conference championship.
Adopting a different approach, Upper St. Clair reversed the result of a 27-14 loss to rival Bethel Park earlier this football season. The Panthers turned in a 17-7 triumph against the Black Hawks on Nov. 11 in a semifinal game played at Canonsburg Memorial Stadium.
Football heroes aren’t always the powerful backs, skillful quarterbacks or brawny linemen. Sometimes they are slight, sure-footed kickers like Kaden Wetzel and Bennett Henderson.
Brett Kroboth from Peters Township and Caroline Adams from Mt. Lebanon were the top area finishers during the PIAA Cross Country Championships held Nov. 5 in Hershey.
Less than three weeks away from Thanksgiving and Bob Palko is already counting his blessings. After a 2-5 start, his Mt. Lebanon football team qualified for the WPIAL playoffs.
For the third time in four years, North Allegheny captured a WPIAL girls soccer championship, but the title did not come easy for the Tigers. They needed a shootout to dispatch Peters Township, 2-1, in the Class 4A final played Thursday night at Highmark Stadium.
With a win against South Fayette, 28-9, on Oct. 21, Bethel Park clinched a playoff spot in the WPIAL Class 5A football tournament, slated to start Nov. 4.
Bethel Park found itself in unfamiliar territory and it showed during the first half of a WPIAL Class AAA boys soccer playoff game against Mars (10-7).
The one-two punch of Logan St. John Kletter and Caroline Adams enabled Mt. Lebanon to bring home the runner-up team trophy during the WPIAL Class AAA girls cross country championships held Oct. 27 at Roadman Park on the Penn West University campus in California.
In only its third year competing at the Class AAA level, South Fayette took home a trophy during the WPIAL Cross Country Championships held Oct. 27 at Roadman Park on the Penn West University campus in California.
After a 31-year-old drought, Mt. Lebanon revisited its dominance in high school girls tennis by winning its 14th overall WPIAL title, but head coach Chad Brown hesitated to label the Blue Devils as a dynasty in the making even though only one senior comprised the championship lineup.
For the third year in a row, Peters Township (13-2) and Seneca Valley could meet in the finals of the WPIAL Quad-A boys soccer championship game as the Indians and the Raiders are seeded second and first respectively in the tournament.
Abby Neal of Bethel Park earned one of the the final Western PA Volleyball Coaches Association’s Player of the Week distinctions of the regular season. She shared the honor with Canon-McMillan’s Julia Murdy, Butler’s Ava Plunkard and Shaler’s Mackenzie Barr.
Gabby Gealey of Bethel Park, Kaitlyn Devine from Peters Township and Alex Culp from Upper St. Clair shared the Western PA Volleyball Coaches Association’s Player of the Week honor with Butler’s Audrey Lehman.
Sam Sciullo embraces Ryan Petras (1) as Dylan Prindle rushes in to join the celebration while Upper St. Clair defensemen Ty Lagoni (43) and Tim Speer (17) look on dejectedly. The score Oct. 7 cemented Bethel Park’s 27-14 win and dropped the Panthers from their No. 1 ranking. Petras scored th…
After challenging three straight rivals, the schedule does not get any easier for Upper St. Clair as the Panthers host Canon-McMillan at 7 p.m. Oct. 14 in a non-conference football clash.
Marissa Malosh began her quest for a second straight WPIAL championship in girls golf when she finished first in the first round of action played Sept. 26 at the Youghiogheny Country Club in McKeesport.
Though the football game happened more than three decades ago, Mike Junko remembers Upper St. Clair shutting out Mt. Lebanon, 14-0, as if it was yesterday.
The stretch of non-conference contests continues for Bethel Park as it prepares for its football showdown with rival Upper St. Clair on Oct. 7.
UPPER ST. CLAIR – Former Ohio State coach Urban Meyer once referred to a defensive struggle with Michigan State as “two sledgehammers hitting into one another.”
For four years, Maggie Stief has dominated the tennis scene at Upper St. Clair High School. She has been the Lady Panthers’ No. 1 singles player since her freshman year.
When Peters Township and Upper St. Clair face off at 7 p.m. Friday, they will see mirror images of themselves on the opposites sidelines as well as the ball in this Allegheny Six Conference football clash.
After three consecutive contests against opponents in a higher classification, Bethel Park is prepared to open Allegheny Six Conference action. The Black Hawks visit Baldwin at 7 p.m. Friday.