Youth is served as Indians finish close to top in Class 3A. Waynesburg, Carmichaels are among top-6 in Class 2A.
Mt. Lebanon’s Lindsey Powanda and Peters Township’s Allison Poon will join WPIAL champion Marissa Malosh and her South Fayette teammate Caroline McConnell as the local qualifiers at the PIAA Class AAA girls golf championships being held Oct. 18-19 at Heritage Hills Golf Resort.
For Mt. Lebanon, the 2021 football season is akin to a boxing match. The Blue Devils must go 10 rounds before they can even consider the next step.
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When Mt. Lebanon football coach Bob Palko describes Alex Tecza, he doesn’t start with the size, speed or strength that has transformed him into one of the top rushers in the WPIAL.
The Western Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic League has teamed up with Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank to hold an inaugural league-wide food drive through Oct. 23.
Bethel Park football coach Brian DeLallo knows what his team has to do to emerge with a victory when it travels to South Fayette for a key Allegheny Six Conference football clash at 7 p.m. Oct. 8.
The Mt. Lebanon football team might have hoped the WPIAL would have given it a break between playing consecutive games against Class 6A powers North Allegheny and Central Catholic.
When Jonna Burke accepted the girls basketball coaching job at Butler High School in 1995, she thought that would be permanent. Then in 2003 Bethel Park High School courted her and she accepted a similar position at her alma mater.
After back-to-back games with rivals like Thomas Jefferson and Chartiers Valley, South Fayette is prepared for its Allegheny Six Conference opener. The Lions travel to Moon for a 7 p.m. kickoff Oct. 1.
Peters Township head coach T.J. Plack views the Indians’ reign as three-time Allegheny Six Conference champions as both a blessing and a curse.
South Fayette’s Marissa Malosh earned medalist honors and led area qualifiers during the Section 3 individual golf championships held Sept. 22 at Cedarbrook Golf Course.
After visiting defending WPIAL and PIAA champion Pine-Richland Sept. 17, Upper St. Clair’s football schedule does not get any easier. The Panthers will host Penn Hills at 7 p.m. Sept. 24.
Sydney Angel from Upper St. Clair and Grace Lejeck from Bethel Park were named Class 4A Players of the Week by the Western Pennsylvania Volleyball Coaches Association.
For the second time during the cross country invitational season, Peters Township’s Brett Kroboth finished as a runner-up. This time, though, he narrowed the margin of victory.
South Fayette and Chartiers Valley have had a cooperative relationship in sports, but the teams will be on opposite sides when the Lions football team hosts the Colts at 7 p.m. Sept. 18.
After consecutive non-conference victories against South Hills rivals to open its season, Mt. Lebanon is hoping to keep its hot start going when it hosts Canon-McMillan at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 17.
Brett Kroboth of Peters Township and Logan St. John Kletter from Mt. Lebanon took runner-up honors at the Marty Uher Invitational held on the 5,000-meter course at California University of Pennsylvania.
The marriage between Mt. Lebanon and its head football coach Bob Palko may still be in the honeymoon phase, but in their third season together they appear headed for happiness.