Gov. Tom Wolf and the PIAA have given the green light for scholastic sports to start up.
Braden Yates of Upper St. Clair calculates many things in life. The mathematics wizard, however, does not consciously angle his way through a lacrosse match.
Bethel Park girls lacrosse coach Becky Luzier was disappointed when the PIAA canceled all springs sports statewide in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
- Peters Township officials approve 5-day school week to open academic year
- School district health, safety plan approved by one-vote margin in Mt. Lebanon
- Golf binds father-daughter duo
- Two in school, three at home: Upper St. Clair considers ‘hybrid’ reopening
- Bethel Park reconsiders format for school year opening
- Student-organized pickleball tournament in Upper St. Clair raises $1,200
- ‘No. 1 priority’: Spencer Family YMCA in Bethel Park promotes safety in reopening
- Further examination of license plate recognition capabilities planned in Mt. Lebanon
- Whether rain or heat, Mt. Lebanon group prepares for annual summer event
- Players, coaches ready to play football, despite virus
Joe Maize knows there may be no crying in baseball, but the former Peters Township manager had reason to shed a tear when the WPIAL announced April 14 he would be inducted into its Hall of Fame.
Megan McConnell goes to Collier Park and shoots baskets on a court named after her brother, T.J., a point guard for the Indiana Pacers. She is hoping against hope that by keeping her skills sharp she will be able to guide Chartiers Valley to its second straight PIAA championship.
A touch of youth and an abundance of experience propelled Bethel Park to a 47-40 victory over Upper Dublin (20-8) in the second round of the PIAA Class 6A girls basketball playoffs.
After a bitter 54-50 overtime loss to North Allegheny in the WPIAL championship game, the Bethel Park girls basketball team is moving on and commencing its quest for a state title.