Mt. Lebanon looks to 2020 campaign after ending the season on a loss to Radnor in the quarterfinals of the PIAA boys' lacrosse tournament.
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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.
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.
With Hayden Mitchell as MVP and Joe David as Coach of the Year, Mt. Lebanon headlines The Almanac boys' basketball all-star squad.
With Peters Township and Chartiers Valley rolling up undefeated seasons and capturing district and state titles, there is no doubt which area teams had the most talent.
Most know that Megan McConnell has two famous brothers. T.J. who plays in the NBA for the Philadelphia 76ers and Matty just completed a stellar career at Robert Morris University.