By Bill Hartlep
Woodland Hills senior running back Miles Sanders has been picked to the Scout.com high school All-American team. The Penn State recruit ran for 1,529 yards and 16 touchdowns this season and finished with 4,573 yards for his career.
A five-star prospect according to Scout, the 6-foot, 200-pound Sanders has more ...
Gorman: Shaw’s recruitment starts all over again By Kevin Gorman
When word that Mike Hart was leaving Western Michigan for Syracuse reached Jo-El Shaw, it left him completely stunned.
The Woodland Hills running back committed to the Broncos in October largely because of his relationship with Hart, the former Michigan star who was their running backs coach.
“You tell kids they’re ...
HS notebook: Woodland Hills’ Shaw decommits from Western Michigan By Kevin Gorman and Chris Harlan
Woodland Hills standout Jo-El Shaw is de-committing from Western Michigan and reopening his recruitment.
The 6-foot-1, 230-pound running back-linebacker committed to the Broncos in October, largely because of his relationship with running backs coach Mike Hart.
When Hart left for the same position at Syracuse, it stunned Shaw.
“Mike Hart was a ...
Daily News Dynamic 33 football all-star team By Dave Mackall
From a record-setting touchdown pass to an unpredictable winning streak, Daily News region schools again provided endless storylines during the 2015 high school football season.
Woodland Hills girls basketball team emphasizing attention to detail By Brian Graham
The Woodland Hills girls basketball team hopes to make a big splash this season, but to do so they are placing emphasis on the little things.
Coach Chrissy French, in her second year with the Wolverines, has been around coaching in some capacity for 21 years and knows that by ...
Woodland Hills’ plan starts to come together By Brian Graham
After three years of growing pains and a program rebuild, Woodland Hills boys basketball coach Odell Miller and his Wolverines may have turned the corner.
Woodland Hills struggled last year, finishing 5-16 overall and 1-11 in Section 2-AAAA. Miller saw more than just wins and losses. Instead, he watched his lineup ...
WPIAL history full of football dynasties By George Guido
Some of the WPIAL’s best
Wins: 1920, ‘23
While Wilkinsburg won the first three WPIAL titles from 1914-16, Washington had an early extended run. From 1915-23, Washington rolled up a 63-4-10 record and played in four WPIAL title games.
The 1917 team battled Johnstown to ...
Gorman: Teams running to Heinz Field By Kevin Gorman
Six players have broken the 4,000-yard career rushing mark this fall, something that happened only once in WPIAL history — in 2007.
That four 4,000-yard rushers are in the WPIAL semifinals begs this question: Can teams still make it to Heinz Field while relying on the run?
Aliquippa’s Kaezon Pugh, Clairton’s ...
Top-seeded Woodland Hills wears down Bethel Park to reach semifinals By Gary Horvath
With Bethel Park thinking upset, Woodland Hills turned to its usual heroes to bring the unbeaten Wolverines a WPIAL Class AAAA quarterfinal victory Friday at West Mifflin.
Senior running backs Jo-El Shaw and Miles Sanders scored on third-quarter touchdown runs of 33 and 50 yards respectively to preserve a second-half lead ...
Previewing the WPIAL quarterfinals By Tribune-Review
Below is a look at matchups for the WPIAL quarterfinals.
8-Bethel Park (7-3) vs. 1-Woodland Hills (10-0)
7:30 p.m. Friday at West Mifflin
Winner plays: No. 4 North Allegheny (9-1) or No. 5 Central Catholic (9-1).
The buzz: The game is a rematch of Woodland Hills’ 28-23 regular-season victory ...
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.
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 ...
Strong second half carries Woodland Hills over Upper St. Clair By Karen Price
Top-ranked Woodland Hills remained undefeated after blowing open the game in the second half for a 35-7 victory over Upper St. Clair on Friday at Wolvarena.
Woodland Hills was missing running back Miles Sanders, who was out with a bruised heel, but rest of the Wolverines’ backfield shouldered the load ...
Previewing some of Western Pennsylvania’s top Week 5 matchups By Staff Reports
Below is a look at some of the top Week 5 high school football matchups in Western Pennsylvania:
10-AAAA Upper St. Clair (2-2, 2-1) at 1-AAAA Woodland Hills (4-0, 3-0)
7:30 p.m. Friday
The buzz: Top-ranked Woodland Hills will attempt to extend Upper St. Clair’s ...