By Bill West
At the start of the playoffs and even after two upset wins in the WPIAL Class AAAA playoffs, Penn Hills girls basketball coach John Tate ...
Monessen-Jeannette: Who gets the gold? By Jeff Oliver12:01 a.m.
At the start of the basketball season, Monessen coach Joe Salvino and Jeannette mentor Adrian Batts both felt their teams were good enough to reach ...
Big start carries Cal into state playoffs By Jeff Oliver12:01 a.m.
If it is true that one man’s treasure is another man’s trash, then the start of Thursday night’s WPIAL Class A play-in bracket final between California Area and Serra Catholic was Bill Cleary’s nightmare and Chris Minerd’s fantasy.
That’s because Cleary’s Eagles had an awful start to the game while Minerd’s ...
Nine Leps still alive in WPIAL championships By Jason Black12:01 a.m.
Although only a freshman, Belle Vernon Area’s Zachary Hartman was hardly intimidated by the atmosphere or the competition at the WPIAL Class AAA Championships/PIAA Southwest ...
Trib Cup: South Park girls look ahead to PIAA tournament By Brian Graham
For the first time in four years, the South Park girls basketball team will not be playing in the WPIAL Class AAA championship game.
While the end result was not what first-year coach Juliet Highberger had hoped for, the journey she and her new team embarked upon showcased a vision of ...
High school roundup: Mt. Lebanon boys oust Hempfield By Staff Reports
With a berth in the PIAA tournament on the line, Jonny David scored 17 points and Matt Hoffman had 10 to lead No. 3 Mt. Lebanon to a 56-53 win over No. 4 Hempfield in a WPIAL Class AAAA fifth-place game Thursday night at Peters Township.
Mt. Lebanon (20-6) used ...
Switching defenses turns tide for Redbank Valley By Matt Grubba
One defensive switch made all the difference for Redbank Valley.
The Bulldogs abandoned their 1-3-1 zone for man-to-man defense, and that turned a seven-point deficit into a 47-34 win over No. 3 Curwensville in the District 9 Class AA semifinals Wednesday at Clarion High School.
Brooke Hinderliter had 22 points, 11 rebounds ...
Karns City girls return to District 9 title game By Matt Grubba
For LeeAnn Gibson and her Karns City teammates, it was a night of happy returns.
Gibson scored 22 points in her first game back from surgery to repair a broken finger, and the top-seeded Gremlins will be returning to the District 9 final after defeating No. 4 Moniteau, 49-29, in the ...
Salvino’s career highlighted by success By Jeff Oliver
Joe Salvino is in his 31st year coaching basketball at Monessen.
On Friday, he will make his 10th trip to the WPIAL championship game. That’s an ...
Trojans a win away from going to states By Jeff Oliver
When California Area’s girls’ basketball team was eliminated by Riverview in the quarterfinals of the WPIAL Class A playoffs, Trojan coach Chris Minerd said he ...
Pinpoint free-throw shooting carries North Allegheny to 1st finals since 1999 By Doug Gulasy
North Allegheny wanted no part of another Fox Chapel upset.
An airtight defense and nearly flawless free-throw shooting prevented it from happening.
The No. 1 Tigers (23-2) shot 39 of 45 from the free-throw line, nearly equaling Fox Chapel’s point total, in a 71-44 win in a WPIAL Class AAAA semifinal ...
Blairsville boys, girls win playoff games By George Guido
It was a clean sweep for Blairsville on Wednesday night in the District 6 semifinals before an overflow crowd at Bishop Carroll.
The Bobcats girls and boys secured victories.
The top-rated Blairsville girls basketball team continued to bulldoze its way through the District 6 Class A playoffs.
The Bobcats secured a berth in ...
Gorman: Indiana’s run high on heart By Kevin Gorman
Indiana is holding a pep rally in its gymnasium Thursday to celebrate its first WPIAL basketball finals appearance.
But its path to Petersen Events Center was forged by road trips that prepared the Little Indians for playoff-caliber competition.
“As big as it is to play at Petersen Events Center and in ...
High school roundup: No. 2 Char Valley earns another trip to WPIAL finals By Staff Reports
The Chartiers Valley boys basketball team is headed back to the WPIAL championship game for the fifth time in the past six seasons after defeating No. 11 North Hills, 78-53, in a Class AAAA semifinal game Wednesday night at Moon.
The second-seeded Colts (22-3) made 15 3-pointers, including eight in the ...
Norwin clinches 1st WPIAL finals berth By Dave Mackall
Norwin handed North Allegheny two of the Tigers’ three girls basketball losses so far this season, including one in the WPIAL playoffs Tuesday night that earned the Knights their first trip to a WPIAL title game.
They’ll get their chance to take home the prize when they face upstart Penn Hills ...
Highlands falls to Mars for 3rd time By George Guido
Highlands keeps coming close, but the Golden Rams can’t quite overtake Mars.
For the third time this season, the Planets held off Highlands on Tuesday night in a PIAA Class AAA play-in game at Moon.
Mars built a 15-point lead in the third period, only to see the lead sliced to one ...
Fox Chapel playing with an open mind By Bill Beckner Jr.
Open-mindedness in what’s been called a wide-open playoff field. It’s what Fox Chapel has thrived on as it has navigated its way through the WPIAL ...
Seniors the glue for feisty Riverview girls By Bill Beckner Jr.
Hannah Larkin gave a speech to her Riverview teammates before they took the court against California on Monday night at Norwin. It’s somewhat of a locker-room custom for the Lady Raiders’ senior guard.
“I told them no one expects us to go out there and win,” Larkin said.
But sixth-seeded ...
High school roundup: Indiana boys top Ambridge to reach 1st WPIAL finals By Staff Reports
The Indiana boys basketball team continues to make history. After earning its first trip to the semifinals, the Little Indians defeated No. 9 Ambridge, 54-45, on Tuesday night to earn a spot in the WPIAL Class AAA finals for the first time in program history.
Ambridge led 32-31 heading into the ...
Franklin Regional basketball coach pleased with team’s focus, fight By Michael Love
It was a tough year for the Franklin Regional varsity boys basketball team, both overall and in section play.
The Panthers finished 3-9 in Section 2, tied with Penn Hills for fifth. They were 7-15 overall and suffered five losses in a row to end the season.
But head coach Brad Midgley ...
Gateway girls coach pleased with players’ effort By Michael Love
�Gateway head coach Cornelius Nesbit said that while last week’s 34-28 loss to Baldwin in the first round of the WPIAL Quad-A playoffs was tough, he said he made sure his players knew how pleased he was with the effort they showed through the game’s ups and downs.
The Gators clawed ...
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