When Eric McElvenny lost his leg in Afghanistan, he vowed he would accomplish something big.
Madison Devine of McMurray was named to the Empire 8 Conference’s President’s List for the 2021 spring semester. This is the second time, Devine earned the distinction.
Powerhouse programs like Mt. Lebanon, Upper St. Clair and Sewickley Academy garner All-America honors for girls lacrosse. This year is no exception as Mt. Lebanon’s Reagan Murdoch, USC’s Bri Lang and SA's Elsa Gordon headline the 2021 roster announced by U.S. Lacrosse.
Banners of the University of Pittsburgh’s 16 national wrestling champions hang from the rafters of Fitzgerald Fieldhouse. Nino Bonaccorsi of Bethel Park sees them every day when he practices and he envisions his picture filling the vacancy next to Panthers’ head coach Keith Gavin, who was th…
Dolan Waldo, a power forward on the Bethel Park boys basketball team, watches NBA games on ESPN and studies the moves of players like Anthony Davis of the Los Angeles Lakers.
There were no future Major League Baseball draft picks in Bethel Park’s starting lineup when the Black Hawks stepped onto Medlar Field at Lubrano Park on the Penn State University campus to face Red Land June 17 in the PIAA Class 5A championship game.
Mt. Lebanon native Leah Smith took third place in the 400-meter freestyle and finished fourth in the 400 individual medley during the U.S. Olympic Trials held June 13-20 at the CHI Health Center Arena in Omaha, Neb.
Josh Matheny, 18, of Upper St. Clair made a splash in his first U.S. Olympic Swimming Trials held June 13-20 at the CHI Health Center Arena in Omaha, Neb.
Bethel Park shortstop David Kessler loves baseball. After two rain delays and nine innings, though, he just wanted the Black Hawks’ PIAA semifinal game against Central Mountain to be over.
After falling behind early, the Bethel Park baseball team rebounded for a 7-2 victory over District 11 champion Southern Lehigh in a PIAA Class 5A quarterfinal game played June 10 at Big Spring High School in Newville.
The Bethel Park baseball team bounced back from a WPIAL championship game loss with a 5-1 victory over Northern York in a first-round PIAA playoff game at Red Lion High School field.
For the second time in three games, the Mt. Lebanon girls lacrosse team surrendered a one-goal lead with less than two minutes remaining and the results were devastating.
Taylor Weyrich of McMurray has been selected as a 2020-21 Division III All-American in one-Meter diving by the College Swimming and Diving Coaches of America (CSCAA). She is a Washington & Jefferson College freshman and a Seton LaSalle product.
South Fayette’s track season did not end May 29 with an historic gold medal in the 4x100-meter relay during the PIAA championships in Shippensburg.
Sandra Soltes and Delaney Nagy teamed up to help lead the Bethel Park softball team to a 9-0 WPIAL Class 6A semifinal victory over Pine-Richland May 26 at West Mifflin.
Reagan Murdoch’s six-goal effort went for naught as the Mt. Lebanon girls lacrosse team was unable to hold off Shady Side Academy, which came from behind to defeat the Blue Devils 9-8 and win the WPIAL Class AAA championship May 26 at Robert Morris University’s Joe Walton Stadium.
The Mt. Lebanon girls lacrosse team jumped to a five-goal lead and held on for a 13-10 semifinal playoff victory over Sewickley Academy May 24 at Canonsburg Memorial Stadium.
The Mt. Lebanon and Upper St. Clair baseball teams will each have to wait until next year after being eliminated from the WPIAL Class 6A playoffs.
Bethel Park (18-3) will battle for its first WPIAL baseball championship in 34 years when the Black Hawks take on top-seeded Franklin Regional (18-1) in the Class 5A title game set for 4:30 p.m. June 1 at Wild Things Park in Washington.
The Peters Township baseball team’s bid for a WPIAL championship faded after a 9-1 loss to top-seeded Franklin Regional in a Class 5A semifinal game played May 24 at Latrobe.
Megan Malecki of Bethel Park and Dani Prunzik from Upper St. Clair hurdled many obstacles on their way into the winner’s circle for track and field.
Luke Iovino lit a fire under his Mt. Lebanon teammates during a tight skirmish with neighboring Peters Township in the WPIAL Class AAA boys lacrosse playoffs.
Top-seeded Mt. Lebanon ended Peters Township’s season when the Blue Devils defeated the Indians, 16-7, in the quarterfinals of the WPIAL Class AAA girls lacrosse playoffs.
Connor Schmidt of Venetia advanced to the final qualifier for the U.S. Open when he finished among the top four at a match held at the Country Club of York.