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Mt. Lebanon swimmers push each other to success

By Karen Kadilak
Mt. Lebanon seniors Brian Ramsey and Jack Lanphear share the same individual goal as members of the Blue Devils boys swimming team, which has made ...
Mt. Lebanon swimmers off to strong start
By Karen Kadilak
Off to strong starts, the Mt. Lebanon boys and girls swimming teams will be seeking top-three finishes again at the WPIAL Class AAA championship meet ...
Mt. Lebanon swimmers commit to Pitt
By Karen Kadilak
Two Mt. Lebanon seniors will stay close to home to continue their swimming careers. Brian Ramsey and Hannah Bumgarner, both 17, have signed letters of intent ...
Jenkins leads Mt. Lebanon past pesky Plum
By Michael Love
As a No. 13 seed last season, Plum upset No. 4 Penn Hills in the WPIAL Class AAAA first round. The Mustangs hoped for a similar result Friday at No. 6 Mt. Lebanon. However, the Blue Devils answered a spirited effort from No. 11 Plum and came away with a 42-28 victory. Mt. ...
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Q&A: Mt. Lebanon’s Eddie Jenkins
By Karen Price
Mt. Lebanon quarterback Eddie Jenkins is enjoying a senior season where he has 1,618 yards passing, good for second best in WPIAL Class AAAA. ...
Gorman: These 4 teams prevent foregone conclusion
By Kevin Gorman
When it comes to the WPIAL football playoffs, there is no such thing as a foregone conclusion. Right now, it’s hard to believe that we ...
North Allegheny girls capture third straight PIAA tennis title
By Bill Hartlep
For the third straight season, the North Allegheny girls tennis team left the Hershey Racquet Club carrying a first-place trophy. This title, however, was a little bit sweeter — and it had nothing to do with the Hershey’s kisses they were enjoying on the bus ride home. The Tigers became the ...
Third-quarter outburst lifts Mt. Lebanon past Upper St. Clair
By Wes Crosby
Momentum didn’t matter when Mt. Lebanon met Upper St. Clair on Friday. Class AAAA No. 7 Mt. Lebanon (8-1, 6-1 Quad Central) responded to its first loss of the season with a 34-21 win against No. 9 Upper St. Clair (5-4, 4-3), which had won its past three games. Mt. ...
Previewing some of Western Pennsylvania’s top Week 9 matchups
By Staff Reports
Below is a look at some of the top matchups for Week 9 of high school football in Western Pennsylvania. Class AAAA Quad Central 7-AAAA Mt. Lebanon (7-1, 5-1) at 9-AAAA Upper St. Clair (5-3, 4-2) 7:30 p.m. Friday The buzz: Pride and playoff positioning are on the line in this Quad ...
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review athletes of the week: Allderdice’s Tavonne Davis, Mt. Lebanon’s Kelsey Potts
By Alex Oltmanns
Tavonne Davis School: Allderdice Year: Sophomore Sport: Cross country Claim to fame: After finishing second last year, Davis claimed the City League cross country championship ...
Late interception lets Woodland Hills hold off Mt. Lebanon rally
By Brian J. Duermeyer
Tyriq Thompson’s last-minute interception in the end zone preserved top-ranked Woodland Hills’ 21-17 victory over visiting Mt. Lebanon at the Wolvarena on Friday. The win clinched ...
Tri-State meet offers test for area’s elite cross country runners
By Paul Schofield
The hill near the two-mile mark at the Cal (Pa.) cross country course can make or break a runner. It’s steep and long. Mt. Lebanon senior ...
Previewing some of Western Pennsylvania’s top Week 8 matchups
By Staff Reports
Below is a look at some of the top matchups for Week 8 of high school football in Western Pennsylvania. Class AAAA Quad Central 7-AAAA Mt. Lebanon (7-0, 5-0) at 1-AAAA Woodland Hills (7-0, 5-0) 7:30 p.m. Friday The buzz: Following a seven-point victory over WPIAL Class AAA No. 1 West Allegheny, the ...
Gorman: Undefeated Mt. Lebanon focused on finish
By Kevin Gorman
Mt. Lebanon was trailing rival Bethel Park by 13 points at halftime on homecoming, and Blue Devils fans were heading for home. “People were leaving ...
Mt. Lebanon still unbeaten after 98-yard INT return sparks rally vs. Bethel Park
By Brian J. Duermeyer
Mt. Lebanon continued its mastery over Quad Central rival Bethel Park with a 31-20, come-from-behind victory over the Black Hawks on Friday at Blue Devils ...
Previewing some of Western Pennsylvania’s top Week 6 matchups
By Staff Reports
Below is a look at some of the top matchups for Week 6 of high school football in Western Pennsylvania. Class AAAA Quad Central 7-AAAA Bethel Park (3-2, 2-1) at 8-AAAA Mt. Lebanon (5-0, 4-0) 7:30 p.m. Friday The buzz: Mt. Lebanon looks to maintain its unbeaten record and stay atop ...
Surprising starts vault football teams into WPIAL playoff picture
By Paul Schofield
It has been a while since Belle Vernon challenged for a conference title. It was 2002 when the Leopards were 7-3 and won the Keystone ...
Trib HS highlight reel: Red, White & Blue Classic set for Saturday
By Bill Hartlep
Area cross country runners will get an idea of where they stand Saturday at the 13th annual Red, White & Blue Classic at the Schenley ...
Hydration, nutrition are key factors in avoiding early-season cramps
By Paul Schofield
Norwin senior Nick Amendola remembers his freshman year in football. He didn’t know much about proper hydration and nutrition until he cramped up during a game. “It ...
Consistency key for up-tempo Mt. Lebanon
By Ed Phillipps
Every football season is a grind. The trick is not to let it wear you down. That’s what happened to Mt. Lebanon last season, as ...
HSFB preview by position: Plenty of Division I talent on area offensive lines
By Chris Harlan
The coveted four-stars are in the junior class. Central Catholic’s C.J. Thorpe and North Allegheny’s Josh Lugg are both highly recruited juniors on the offensive ...
HSFB preview by position: QBs trying to replace record-setters
By Chris Harlan
WPIAL quarterbacks experienced a record-setting season a year ago. The state witnessed the first high school passer to reach 11,000 career yards and another who ...
Brentwood track coach returning to Mt. Lebanon sideline
By Brian Knavish
In these parts, Mike Cramer is most known for being the head track and field coach at Brentwood High School. But just a couple boroughs away, ...
Central Catholic’s DeRenzo named Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Baseball Player of the Year
By Chris Harlan
PLAYER OF THE YEAR DOMENIC DERENZO Central Catholic, Senior, Catcher When Central Catholic’s season ended, Domenic DeRenzo hurried off to Martha’s Vineyard for a ...
Quaker Valley’s 7-goal run fuels lacrosse victory over Mt. Lebanon
By Gary Horvath
The venue was different, but that was about the only change in Saturday’s rematch of the WPIAL Division I girls lacrosse championship between Mt. Lebanon and Quaker Valley. For the second time in 10 days, Quaker Valley (19-1) defeated Mt. Lebanon, 11-8, in a PIAA quarterfinal at Moon. Quaker Valley will face ...
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