Special needs athletes enjoy experience during first YMCA triathlon.
Mt. Lebanon's Robert Klinchock and No. 1 starter for Shenandoah University was selected by the Detroit Tigers in the 35th round of the 2019 Major League Baseball draft.
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After its run for a WPIAL championship ended with a 12-5 loss to Pine-Richland, the Mt. Lebanon boys lacrosse team embarked on its quest for the PIAA title by edging Palmyra, 10-9, in a rain-shortened match at Mechanicsburg. The Cougars finished the season at 20-3.
After a nerve-wracking weather delay that spanned 17 hours, Upper St. Clair lost its bid for its first WPIAL championship in girls lacrosse, falling in double overtime to Shady Side Academy, 12-11, at Robert Morris University’s Joe Walton Stadium.
Predicting the winner in the WPIAL Class 6A baseball tournament, which commences with first-round action May 13, is like betting on the Kentucky Derby.
Pennsylvania Volleyball Coaches Association recognized Nathan Zini and Wes Hoge as two of its Players of the Week in Class AA of the WPIAL. The Seton LaSalle teammates earned the distinction during the final two weeks of the regular season.
Mark Whited, who recently spoke in Peters Township, is writing the first book about the 1967-68 Pittsburgh Pipers’ success in the fledgling American Basketball Association.
Alex Bookser of Mt. Lebanon was invited to attend the Detroit Lions minicamp with the opportunity to earn an NFL contract. The 6-6, 315-pound offensive lineman is one of a dozen undrafted free agents hoping to win a spot on the Lions’ roster.
Just as robins are a harbinger of spring, the South Fayette Invitational serves as a barometer for the WPIAL track and field championships, which are to be held May 16 at Slippery Rock University.
If it appeared effortless for Elias Zajicek to win the 800-meter dash at the Tri-State Track and Field Coaches Association’s Meet last weekend at West Mifflin, it’s because the Chartiers Valley senior had already put in the leg work.