Penn Hills football stars chosen for elite combine By Tribune-Review
Two Penn Hills High School football players may have the opportunity to play on a national stage during their senior years.
Junior wide receiver/linebacker Rick Squires and sophomore wide receiver Julian Major received two of 600 invitations this year to The U.S. Army All-American Bowl combine.
Athletic director John Peterman ...
Penn Hills boys cross country takes strides toward WPIAL championship By Andrew John
If a competitive runner were to “show up” for any one time of the season, late October would be the best time to peak.
And that’s exactly what the Penn Hills boys cross country team is doing as the WPIAL championship draws near.
The team started off sluggish this season but improved ...
Gorman: ‘Sad’ state of girls hoops By Kevin Gorman
News of Pine-Richland girls basketball coach Cliff Foster’s arrest Friday for allegedly having sex with one of his players shined a spotlight on an awkward arrangement, one where teenage girls are placed in the care of adult men on high school and AAU teams.
“It’s sad on a lot of ...
No. 9 Bethel Park weathers RB injuries, outlasts Penn Hills By Gary Horvath
Bethel Park may have outlasted Quad Central rival Penn Hills, 41-31, on Friday night, but the Blackhawks are hoping two key injuries don’t keep this win from meaning bigger things for their season.
No. 9 Bethel Park (4-3, 3-2) lost its top two running backs in the second half, with ...
Previewing some of Western Pennsylvania’s top Week 7 matchups By Staff Reports
Below is a look at some of the top matchups for Week 7 of high school football in Western Pennsylvania.
Penn Hills (3-3, 3-2) at Bethel Park (3-3, 2-2)
7:30 p.m. Friday
The buzz: Along with Upper St. Clair (3-2), Penn Hills and Bethel Park are battling for third place ...
HS highlight reel: County pride on the line this weekend By Bill Hartlep
High school basketball players from throughout Western Pennsylvania will play for county pride this weekend at the inaugural X-County Showcase at Penn Hills High School.
Spawned by basketball official Donnie Johnson, the event will feature seven boys teams and seven girls teams representing different regions.
The boys showcase features teams from ...
Newcomers to Penn Hills tennis team strive to get beyond basics By Andrew John
The Penn Hills girls tennis team continues to battle through adversity.
It’s a challenge to get to practice because the tennis courts are off campus.
The Indians, whose members are bused to Boyce Park for practices and matches, struggle with a program that is in constant need of reloading. The roster ...
Upper St. Clair upends Penn Hills, 17-0 By Gary Horvath
Upper St. Clair started what coach Jim Render hopes will be a promising new season with a result that has become quite familiar.
For the third ...
Don’t miss matchups for Week 1 of WPIAL football season By Tribune-Review
Here’s a look at some of the top matchups for Week 1 of high school football in Western Pennsylvania:
9-AAAA Penn Hills at 7-AAAA Upper St. Clair
7: 30 p.m. Friday
The buzz: A pair of Top 10 teams hope to get off to a good start in a ...
High school football notebook: WPNT to televise games this season By Chris Harlan
At least three separate outlets will televise WPIAL football games this fall.
Two are well-known. Root Sports hasn’t yet announced matchups, but it will televise games this season starting in October.
Comcast Xfinity, which announced a 12-game schedule, again will make games available through its On Demand feature.
The newcomer is ...
New coach instills fresh attitude in young Penn Hills soccer team By Andrew John
A new attitude has been ignited for the Penn Hills girls soccer team under the helm of a new coach.
Ashley DeVito assumed the head coaching duties for the team. She has a long-term outlook of building the program, but is focusing on adjusting one thing — the atmosphere.
“The very first ...
Penn Hills in rush to make playoff run By Ed Phillipps
Expect more of the same from Penn Hills this season.
Executing an option offense in 2014, the Indians averaged more than 400 rushing yards per ...
Likely hoops coach wants to bring pride back to Penn Hills By Ed Phillipps
Dan DeRose knows all about Penn Hills basketball. As a college coach, he watched the Indians from a distance and wondered what he could do with a team full of talented players like Penn Hills provides.
DeRose is about to find out.
Pending school board approval Monday, an assumed formality, ...