Peters Township knows it has one final Allegheny Six Conference showdown at 7 p.m. Oct. 23 at West Allegheny before entering the WPIAL Class 5A playoffs.
Third-place garners no trophies or medals during WPIAL team championships but don’t tell the Peters Township boys golf team its finish Oct. 15 at the Cedarbrook Golf Course wasn’t worthy of being bronzed.
Peters Township quarterback Logan Pfeuffer knows his playing days are as fleeting as the the scoring strikes he tossed to teammates Breylan Carrington and Corban Hondru during the Indians’ recent 26-3 victory over Moon.
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WEXFORD – Kat Wang and Marra Bruce are trouble for tennis doubles players in the district and the state but the Peters Township duo do have their own trials when it comes to defending their domain.
Upper St. Clair’s Jack Urban and Scott Jordan and Central Catholic’s Carter Pitcairn, au Upper St. Clair resident, and Rocco Salvitti, a Canonsburg native, finished in the top 10 during the WPIAL Class AAA golf championships held Oct. 6 at the South Hills Country Club in Brentwood.
Mt. Lebanon and South Fayette dominated the Bald Eagle Invitational held at White Oak Park. The Blue Devils won the championships in the boys and girls varsity divisions while the Lions finished runners-up.
Upper St. Clair and Peters Township will have little time to prepare for their game this week, as Thursday Night Lights will arrive in McMurray. The Panthers visit the Indians for a game, which will kick off 7 p.m. Oct. 1.
The Red, White and Blue Classic had a change of scenery and weather as area cross country runners had the opportunity to try out the new WPIAL championship course.
Football may be different in the coronavirus era, but some fundamental rules remain the same. Don’t underestimate an opponent and focus on the task at hand are examples of some steadfast adages.
After getting a look at two of the best teams in Class 5A, Bethel Park continues it’s learning process when the Black Hawks host Franklin Regional at 7 p.m. Sept. 25.
Mt. Lebanon head coach Bob Palko's message was simple after Canon-McMillan roared from behind to defeat his Blue Devils 24-17 in Friday night's WPIAL Class 6A football game.
The COVID-19 pandemic may have forced the Miracle League of the South Hills to cancel its 2020 spring and fall seasons, but it will not affect the continued efforts of the organization to enrich the lives of local kids and adults with special needs.
That Upper St. Clair hosts Bethel Park at 7 p.m. Sept. 11 in the Allegheny Six Conference opener is just icing on the cake. The two rivals, like all WPIAL football teams, are thrilled to finally get the 2020 campaign started.
Peters Township boys soccer coach Bobby Dyer has been trying to figure out several scenarios when it comes to his team and its future during the coronavirus pandemic.
Bethel Park senior Emily Carter is adopting a tortoise-like approach this cross country season because she discovered last autumn that being a hare doesn’t necessarily produce results when it matters.