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Penn-Trafford posts convincing nonconference victory over Woodland Hills

The beat goes on for Penn-Trafford. After spotting No. 2 Woodland Hills an early lead, the fourth-ranked Warriors roared back and rolled to an impressive 26-7 ...

Week 3's don't-miss matchups

Southeastern (6A) 5-6A Bethel Park (1-1, 1-0) at Norwin (2-1, 1-0) 7 p.m. Friday The buzz: The teams, who each earned victories last week, play for the ...

Penn-Trafford preparing for consistent Woodland Hills attack

John Ruane hasn't faced Woodland Hills since he was the offensive coordinator at Gateway. But when the seventh-year Penn-Trafford coach plays film of the Wolverines ...

Pitt-Penn State rivalry provides a boost for high school football

When Pitt and Penn State renewed a rivalry Saturday after a 16-year hiatus, the game created a lot of interest and excitement throughout the state. And ...

Gorman: Count Novak's impact, not victories

There are many numbers by which to measure George Novak's success as the only football coach in the 30-year history of Woodland Hills. Under Novak, ...

Statewide HSFB notebook: Woodland Hills' Novak chasing milestone

A milestone is within reach for Woodland Hills coach George Novak, who will be chasing his 300th career victory Friday night at Fox Chapel. Novak's ...

Woodland Hills tops Gateway in season opener

Neighbors Gateway and Woodland Hills met Friday for the first time since the quarterfinals of the 2012 WPIAL Quad-A playoffs. The Wolverines won that postseason game ...

Don't-miss matchups in Week Zero

NONCONFERENCE 1-3A Aliquippa at New Castle 8 p.m. Saturday The buzz: The game is part of a four-team kickoff event at New Castle. In the first matchup, ...

HSFB preview by position: Central's Adams leads strong linebacker unit

The WPIAL boasts one of the nation's elite linebacker recruits in Central Catholic's David Adams, but there also is a talented collection of tacklers behind ...

WPIAL Class 5A breakdown: Games in 5A could be 'bloodbath'

West Allegheny spent the last several years in the ultra-competitive Parkway, one of the most dominant conferences in recent WPIAL memory. So even with a ...

Woodland Hills lineup a complete overhaul

Woodland Hills played in the WPIAL Class AAAA semifinals in 2015, but this season, they will start the year having to replace 32 seniors lost ...

Plum's Kirilloff named Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Baseball Player of the Year

PLAYER OF THE YEAR Alex Kirilloff Plum, Senior, Outfield/Pitcher Alex Kirilloff never attended Plum, but that didn't stop him from becoming a Mustangs ...

Woodland Hills teammates Sanders, Shaw lead Pennsylvania past Maryland in Big 33 game

HERSHEY — Even in an all-star game, Woodland Hills' Miles Sanders and Jo-El Shaw shared the backfield. And again, they made it work. The WPIAL's ...

Gorman: Woodland Hills baseball ready for top-seeded Plum

Woodland Hills hadn't won a WPIAL baseball playoff game since 2002 but already had an eye on a first-round game against the No. 1 seed. ...

Kiski Area rallies past Woodland Hills for Section 3 win

After dropping a 1-0 decision earlier this week, Kiski Area looked headed for the same fate Friday afternoon. But the Cavaliers tallied three unearned runs in ...

Woodland Hills' Brooks eyes PIAA prize in long jump after strong triple jump showing

SHIPPENSBURG — Isaiah Brooks made a big leap Friday. After not making it to the finals of the boys triple jump at last season's PIAA Class ...

High school notebook: 12 WPIAL players picked for Big 33 game

Twelve players from the WPIAL have been selected to play for Team Pennsylvania in the 39th annual Big 33 Football Classic, set for June 18 ...

Woodland Hills claims 3rd straight rifle title

Hours before Woodland Hills hoisted its fourth WPIAL rifle championship trophy in five years, Wolverines senior co-captain Seamus McGuigan placed two years' worth of championship ...

HS highlight reel: Playoff pairings to be released Tuesday

On Feb. 26-27, there will be 16 basketball teams taking the court at the Petersen Events Center for the WPIAL championships, but they will have ...

HS highlight reel: Woodland Hills' Sanders, Clairton's Wade named to All-American team

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 ...

Gorman: Shaw's recruitment starts all over again

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 ...

HS notebook: Woodland Hills' Shaw decommits from Western Michigan

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, ...

Gorman: WPIAL stars shining on a bigger stage

Miles Sanders and Khaleke Hudson were arguably the top players in the WPIAL this fall, so it's no surprise they would shine on a national ...

Daily News Dynamic 33 football all-star team

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. ...

Turnovers hurt River Hawks in loss to Woodland Hills

Averaging a turnover per minute isn't a good way to win a basketball game. Armstrong committed 24 turnovers in the first 24 minutes, and Woodland Hills ...


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