By Karen Kadilak
West Allegheny senior Hannah Charlton is expected to fill an immediate void as a member of the Niagara University women’s swimming team next season.
Niagara coach ...
West Allegheny wrestlers shine in local tournaments By Andrew John
They may be young but the West Allegheny wrestlers won’t back down from any competition. This was especially true after standout performances at a pair of tournaments. The Indians, led by two champions and 11 place winners (out of 12 wrestlers), captured the team title at West Mifflin’s Steve DeAugustino …
West Allegheny hockey finds success in Class A By Jasper Wilson
At this point last season, the West Allegheny hockey team had a losing record.
This season, they’ve beaten all but one of the teams they’ve faced, a 5-4 loss to Bishop McCort (10-3-1) on Dec. 22.
Something is clearly different for the Indians. What has changed is manifold.
The most obvious shift ...
Central Valley hands rare home loss to No. 1 West Allegheny By Brian J. Duermeyer
Central Valley found a way to win at Joe P. Demichela Stadium, and the Warriors are Parkway Conference champions once again.
Kurt Reinstadtler scored on a 90-yard kickoff return in the fourth quarter to propel the Class AAA No. 4 Warriors to a 23-13 victory over top-ranked West Allegheny on ...
Kittanning shut out by West Allegheny By Matt Grubba
When big plays needed to be made, West Allegheny showed why it’s the defending WPIAL champ.
Nick Wiethorn drove in four runs with a 4-for-4 performance, ...
Previewing the 2015 WPIAL baseball season By Compiled By Paul Schofield
Preseason top five
Team 2014 record
1. North Allegheny 13-8
2. Shaler 14-8
3. Bethel Park 10-9
4. Moon 16-5
5. Penn-Trafford 15-5
1. North Allegheny: This section got ...
Quaker Valley boys capture PIAA Class AA swimming and diving title By Doug Gulasy
LEWISBURG — Given the distance between Western Pennsylvania and Bucknell University, it seemed fitting WPIAL swimmers did some of their best work in the lengthiest events on the second day of the PIAA Class AA swimming and diving championships.
Highlands’ Bailey Bonnett and West Allegheny’s Jarod Kehl won the 500-yard freestyle ...
Southmoreland holds on behind freshman’s late heroics By Ed Phillipps
Brandon Stone is only a freshman, but he might never have a more impressive end to a game than he did Friday night.
The 6-foot-7 Southmoreland center scored six points and had two blocks — all with less than two minutes to play — as the Scotties (18-5) survived a ...