Penn-Trafford, Franklin Regional, Hempfield earn late-season victories
February 19, 2018
Gavin Patrick had two goals and two assists, and Jack Hughes added a goal and three assists to lead Penn-Trafford to an 8-5 win over

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High school roundup: Penn Hills grabs 1-point WPIAL playoff win
February 17, 2018
Daivon Stephens, who finished with 14 points, made a free throw with 2.8 seconds remaining to expand the No. 5 Penn Hills (20-3) lead to

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WPIAL basketball playoffs roundup for Feb. 16: Serra Catholic girls win on buzzer-beater
February 16, 2018
A game-winning 3-pointer from Gigi Mele-Madigan at the buzzer catapulted No. 5 Serra Catholic past No. 12 Riverview, 53-52, in a WPIAL Class 2A first-round

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WPIAL boys, girls basketball playoff schedule
February 14, 2018
Basketball Boys WPIAL playoffs Class 6A First round Saturday's schedule Butler (18-4) vs. Latrobe (15-7) at Fox Chapel, 1:30 p.m.; Penn Hills (19-3) vs. Upper

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Breaking down the 2018 WPIAL girls basketball playoffs
February 13, 2018
Here's a breakdown of the 2018 WPIAL girls basketball playoffs: Class 6A Favorite: North Allegheny established itself as the team to beat from the start

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Breaking down the 2018 WPIAL boys basketball playoffs
Here's a breakdown of the WPIAL boys basketball playoffs: CLASS 6A Favorite: Led by Antonio Garofoli (17 ppg), Mt. Lebanon shoots 3-pointers by the dozen.

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High school roundup for Jan. 12: Quaker Valley boys complete undefeated regular season
February 12, 2018
Coletrane Washington scored 25 points to lift Class 4A No. 1 Quaker Valley boys basketball to an 80-40 win over Summit Academy to complete an

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Favorites clear for WPIAL girls basketball playoffs but other seeds debatable
The WPIAL playoff brackets won't be revealed until Tuesday night's pairings meeting, but the No. 1 seeds in girls basketball shouldn't be much of a

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Who draws the No. 1 seed: Central Catholic, Mt. Lebanon or Woodland Hills?
The WPIAL basketball steering committee, a 15-person panel chaired by Hampton athletic director Bill Cardone, will gather Monday to seed playoff brackets. The committee members

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WPIAL boys basketball standings through Feb. 11, 2018
February 11, 2018
WPIAL high school boys basketball standings through Feb. 11, 2018: Boys Class 6A Section 1 Team, section record, overall record Central Catholic*, 10-2, 13-8 Pine-Richland*,

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WPIAL girls basketball standings through Feb. 11, 2018
WPIAL high school girls basketball standings through Feb. 11, 2018: Girls Class 6A Section 1 Team, section record, overall record North Allegheny*, 10-0, 21-0 Butler*,

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High school roundup: Jeannette boys roll over Riverview
February 10, 2018
Tre Cunningham scored 31 points, including four 3-pointers, to help Jeannette to a 67-37 victory over Riverview (2-19) in a Section 1-2A boys basketball game.

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High school roundup for Feb. 9: Seneca Valley boys upset No. 2 Butler
The Seneca Valley boys basketball team has some momentum with the playoffs looming after capping off its Section 1-6A slate with an upset victory. Led

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Final WPIAL boys basketball playoff clinchings
February 9, 2018
The WPIAL boys basketball regular season has come to an end and the final playoff field is set. Seventy-eight boys basketball teams have clinched a

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High school roundup for Jan. 8: No. 5 Mars tops No. 2 Hampton to earn share of section title
February 8, 2018
The stars were shining bright around Mars on Thursday night, and they helped secure shiny trophies, as well. Led by Lauren Wasylson's 20 points and

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WPIAL girls basketball playoff clinchings through Feb. 8
The WPIAL girls basketball regular season has come to a close with a couple of exceptions, and the final playoff field is nearly set. Seventy-seven

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The WPIAL’s top 10 football prospects for the Class of 2019
February 7, 2018
1. Andrew Kristofic Pine-Richland 6-6, 260, offensive line Kristofic's status took another giant leap Feb. 1 when Clemson offered him a scholarship, adding to a

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Western Pennsylvania football players sign with Division I FBS, FCS, Division II schools
class of 2018 Twenty-one senior football players from the WPIAL accepted scholarships from Division I FBS schools: Carlinos Acie, DB McKeesport, Navy TJ Banks, TE

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High school roundup for Feb. 6: No. 1 Canon-McMillan, No. 2 Butler fall in section matchups
Four players scored in double figures as Central Catholic claimed the Section 1-6A boys basketball championship with a 61-54 victory over No. 2-ranked Butler on

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WPIAL boys basketball playoff clinchings through Feb. 6
February 6, 2018
The WPIAL boys basketball regular season has less than a week left and eventually, at least 76 teams will clinch a berth into the district

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High school roundup for Feb. 5: Fox Chapel girls upset no. 5 Latrobe
February 5, 2018
Megan Friday hit two free throws with 2.2 seconds left in double overtime to lift Fox Chapel to a 60-58 upset victory over host Latrobe

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WPIAL girls basketball playoff clinchings through Feb. 5
The WPIAL girls basketball regular season has less than one week left and eventually, at least 76 teams will clinch a berth in the district

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WPIAL girls basketball standings through Feb. 4
February 4, 2018
WPIAL high school girls basketball standings through Feb. 4, 2018: Girls Class 6A Section 1 Team, section record, overall record North Allegheny*, 9-0, 19-0 Seneca

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WPIAL boys basketball standings through Feb. 4
WPIAL high school boys basketball standings through Feb. 4, 2018: Boys Class 6A Section 1 Team, section record, overall recor Central Catholic*, 9-2, 11-7 Butler*,

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High school roundup for Feb. 3: Class 3A No. 1 Lincoln Park boys edge Class 2A No. 2 Sewickley Academy
February 3, 2018
Keeno Holmes scored 25 points to guide Class 3A No. 1 Lincoln Park to a 62-57 victory over host Sewickley Academy at the Hoops for

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High school basketball rankings for week of Feb. 4
WPIAL rankings Boys basketball Class 6A Team, W-L, Last 1. Canon-McMillan, 17-1, 1 2. Butler, 17-2, 2 3. Mt. Lebanon, 17-3, 4 4. Penn Hills,

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High school roundup for Feb. 2: Seneca Valley rallies to upset No. 3 Pine-Richland
February 2, 2018
No. 3-ranked Pine-Richland capped the first quarter with an 18-point lead over Seneca Valley in a Section 1-6A boys basketball game Friday night. The Raiders,

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WPIAL boys basketball playoff clinchings through Feb. 2
The WPIAL boys basketball regular season has just one week left and eventually, at least 76 teams will clinch a berth into the district playoffs.

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High school roundup for Feb. 1: Milestone, school record highlight Blackhawk girls’ victory
It was a milestone night for the Blackhawk girls basketball team Thursday. Mady Aulbach scored 20 points and surpassed 1,000 points for her career as

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WPIAL girls basketball playoff clinchings through Feb. 1
February 1, 2018
The WPIAL girls basketball regular season has just over one week left and eventually, at least 76 teams will clinch a berth in the district

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High school roundup for Jan. 31: Teams earn spots in WPIAL wrestling semifinals
January 31, 2018
The WPIAL wrestling final four is set for Class AAA and AA, as eight teams can look forward to Saturday's semifinals matches. Canon-McMillan, Hempfield, Waynesburg

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High school roundup for Jan. 30: No. 1 Canon-McMillan boys rally past Bethel Park in Section 2-6A
January 30, 2018
Canon-McMillan trailed Bethel Park by 15 points entering the fourth quarter but rallied for a 58-57 victory in a Section 2-6A boys basketball game Tuesday

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WPIAL boys basketball playoff clinchings through Jan. 30
The WPIAL boys basketball regular season has just over one week left and, eventually, at least 76 teams will clinch a berth into the district

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WPIAL girls basketball playoff clinchings through Jan. 29
The WPIAL girls basketball regular season has less than two weeks left and eventually, at least 76 teams will clinch a berth in the district

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High school roundup for Jan. 29: No. 3 Thomas Jefferson girls rally past Oakland Catholic
January 29, 2018
Thomas Jefferson's No. 3-ranked girls basketball team was shut out in the second quarter of Monday's key Section 2-5A showdown with No. 4 Oakland Catholic.

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Pine-Richland/Central Catholic Round 2 part of 3 things to watch Tuesday in WPIAL athletics
Last year, Pine-Richland's boys basketball team won Section 1-6A with an 11-1 record en route to claiming the WPIAL championship. Also last season, Central Catholic

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WPIAL girls basketball standings
WPIAL high school girls basketball standings through Jan. 27, 2018: Girls Class 6A Section 1 Team, section record, overall record North Allegheny*, 7-0, 16-0 Butler*,

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High school roundup for Jan. 28: Carmody leads Mars past Sewickley Academy
January 28, 2018
Robby Carmody scored 32 points and surpassed 2,000 for his career as Class 5A No. 1 Mars defeated Class 2A No. 2 Sewickley Academy, 67-48,

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High school roundup for Jan. 27: Quaker Valley tops Lincoln Park to stay unbeaten
The top two teams in their respective classifications squared off in the Pittsburgh Basketball Club Classic at Montour on Saturday evening. Ryan Stowers had 21

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High school roundup for Jan. 26: Mars rallies for win over West Allegheny
January 26, 2018
Robby Carmody and the Mars boys basketball team wouldn't be denied Friday night in a Section 2-5A matchup. Trailing rival West Allegheny by 10 in

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Pittsburgh Basketball Club showcases part of 3 things to watch Saturday, Sunday in WPIAL athletics
This Daily 3 is not just for Saturday, but for the entire weekend. The Pittsburgh Basketball Club is hosting three events at two sites over

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High school roundup for Jan. 25: Chartiers Valley girls defeat No. 5 West Allegheny
January 25, 2018
Sparked by strong play just before and after halftime, the Chartiers Valley girls basketball team earned a 49-39 victory over No. 5 West Allegheny in

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High school roundup for Jan. 24: Wrestling teams capture section tournament titles
The field is set for the WPIAL wrestling tournament. Twenty teams in Class AAA and 15 in Class AA earned spots in the district tournament

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High school roundup for Jan. 23: Fox Chapel avenges loss to No. 4 Woodland Hills
January 23, 2018
The Fox Chapel boys basketball team turned the tables on No. 4-ranked Woodland Hills. The Foxes lost by 15 points to the Wolverines on Dec.

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High school roundup for Jan. 22: Allderdice boys take down Class 5A No. 1 Mars
Allderdice boys basketball flexed its City League muscles Monday night. Just three days after defeating Westinghouse in a league showdown, the Dragons took down one

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WPIAL roundup: Top-ranked Trinity girls beat Upper St. Clair
January 21, 2018
Riley DeRubbo had 16 points and eight assists as Class 5A No. 1 Trinity (13-3) beat Upper St. Clair (6-6), 63-46, in nonsection play. Alayna

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High school basketball rankings for week of Jan. 21, 2018
January 20, 2018
Boys Class 6A 1. Mt. Lebanon 13-2 1 2. Penn Hills 15-1 2 3. Pine-Richland 11-3 3 4. Woodland Hills 13-2 5 5. Canon-McMillan 12-1 — Out: Butler (13-2, 4) Class 5A 1. Mars 10-2 1 2.

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Westmoreland roundup: Belle Vernon boys top Monessen
In nonsection play, Cameron Nusser scored 25 points and hit five 3-pointers to lead Class 4A No. 5 Belle Vernon (10-4) to a 73-60 victory

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High school roundup for Jan. 19: North Hills boys upset No. 4 Butler
January 19, 2018
Kam Taylor scored 35 points, including 19 in third quarter as North Hills upset No. 4 Butler, 82-55, in a Section 1-6A boys basketball game

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Top boys basketball teams in 5A to meet as part of 3 things to watch Tuesday in WPIAL athletics
January 8, 2018
First, Southwestern Pennsylvania battles through two weeks of bitter cold, then several inches of snow on Monday. Well the reprieve for high school basketball fans

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Harlan on recruiting: Spring visits to benefit junior prospects
January 5, 2018
The NCAA decision to let juniors take official visits seems like a andquot;no-brainer,andquot; Pine-Richland football coach Eric Kasperowicz said. andquot;I know when I did it,

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Mars boys, North Allegheny girls remain atop Trib 10 power rankings
January 4, 2018
Every Wednesday during the 2017-18 WPIAL basketball season, the TribLive High School Sports Network will release weekly Power Rankings. These rankings have zero classification boundaries.

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Key Section 2-5A boys hoops matchups among 3 things to watch for Wednesday in WPIAL athletics
January 2, 2018
One of the WPIAL's deepest boys basketball sections will start to take shape Wednesday night when Chartiers Valley visits Moon and West Allegheny visits Mars.

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Mars boys, North Allegheny girls still atop Trib 10 power rankings
December 27, 2017
Every Wednesday during the 2017-18 WPIAL basketball season, the TribLive High School Sports Network will release weekly Power Rankings. These rankings have zero classification boundaries.

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Quaker Valley’s Ricky Guss named Pennsylvania’s Class 3A player of the year
December 19, 2017
Quaker Valley coach Jerry Veshio and quarterback Ricky Guss, who led the Quakers to a PIAA football championship this month, were named Tuesday as the

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WPIAL players selected to 2017 Trib 25 football all-star team
December 13, 2017
Here's a look at the 2017 Trib 25 football all-star team: T.J. Banks East Allegheny, WR/TE/DL Senior, 6-5, 240 The West Virginia recruit had 48

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Aliquippa Raines plans to sign early with West Virginia
December 11, 2017
Aliquippa's Kwantel Raines, one of the WPIAL's top football recruits, announced Monday that he will take advantage of the new early signing period that starts

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Trib 10: WPIAL boys basketball power rankings
December 7, 2017
WPIAL Boys basketball Preaseason power rankings 1. Pine-Richland 2. Mars 3. Butler 4. Quaker Valley 5. McKeesport 6. Gateway 7. Sewickley Academy 8. Lincoln Park

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WPIAL Class 5A to get more crowded for football as PIAA ‘play up’ deadline arrives
December 6, 2017
In WPIAL football, there's suddenly a crowd in Class 5A. High school sports teams around the state had until Wednesday to decide whether to accept

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WPIAL Class 3A boys basketball players to watch
December 5, 2017
Preseason Player of the Year TJ Banks East Allegheny 6-5, Sr., forward 16.0 ppg in 2017-18 Players to watch Deoveon Crute Aliquippa 6-3, Sr., F.,

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Quaker Valley shuts out Aliquippa to claim 1st WPIAL championship
November 18, 2017
The improbabale finalists came away with an even less likely championship. Quaker Valley scored the only points of the game on a second-quarter safety and

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WPIAL football championship central: The Trib is live at Heinz Field
Welcome to Heinz Field, site of a quartet of 2017 WPIAL football championship games throughout the day Saturday. Follow along for game updates from the

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WPIAL Class 3A championship primer: Aliquippa vs. Quaker Valley
November 16, 2017
WPIAL football championship primer Class 3A No. 1 Aliquippa (12-0) vs. No. 2 Quaker Valley (11-1) 11 a.m. Saturday, Heinz Field On the air: Tribhssn.triblive.com;

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Video: WPIAL football championship breakdown for Class 3A
November 14, 2017
Tribune-Review columnist Kevin Gorman and Triblive High School Sports Network broadcaster Don Rebel preview the WPIAL Class 3A championship featuring Aliquippa and Quaker Valley on

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Five things we learned from Week 11 of WPIAL football season
November 11, 2017
Welcome back. Some familiar school buses will arrive Saturday at Heinz Field for the WPIAL football championships, bringing with them players, bands and fans from

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WPIAL playoff primer: What to watch for tonight
November 9, 2017
Penn-Trafford, meet Upper St. Clair. Among the eight WPIAL semifinals this week, their Class 5A matchup is the only one that's not a rematch from

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WPIAL releases football playoff pairings
October 30, 2017
Five teams that finished the regular season undefeated earned No. 1 seeds Monday night, when the WPIAL football committee announced pairings for the playoffs at

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Harlan on recruiting: Joey Porter Jr. making a name for himself at NA
October 25, 2017
Joey Porter Jr. was born with one of the most recognizable names in the WPIAL, but the North Allegheny junior quickly is making a name

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Harlan on recruiting: Devonshire another Aliquippa DB drawing offers
October 18, 2017
Who's the best defensive back in Aliquippa history That's not an easy question, but there are plenty of good answers. Quips junior Marlin andquot;MJandquot; Devonshire

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High school football notebook: WPIAL playoff field filling up
With two weeks left in the regular season, the WPIAL playoff field is already more than 70 percent set. In all, 46 of the 64

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Five things we learned from Week 7 of WPIAL football season
October 14, 2017
Turnovers will hurt any team, even a dominant WPIAL title favorite. Friday night was proof. Top-ranked Thomas Jefferson lost the football four times, two fumbles

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Aliquippa defense bends, doesn’t break in victory over Quaker Valley
Nobody had scored a touchdown on Aliquippa's defense. Not New Castle. Not Beaver Falls. Not Beaver. Not Freeport. Not Ellwood City. Not South Park. Not

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What to watch in Week 7 of high school football: Top-ranked teams could face challenges
October 12, 2017
Aliquippa, Steel Valley and Thomas Jefferson, three top-ranked teams in the WPIAL, could face a challenge this week. Emphasis on andquot;could.andquot; Combined, that trio has

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Aliquippa shuts out Clairton in penalty-riddled game
October 7, 2017
It wasn't pretty, but a win is another win for Aliquippa. The Class 3A No. 1-ranked Quips defended their home turf at the Pit with

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What to watch in Week 6 of high school football: USC’s Render, West A’s Palko to face off
October 5, 2017
The WPIAL coach with the most wins faces the coach with the most WPIAL titles. Upper St. Clair's Jim Render and West Allegheny's Bob Palko

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High school football notebook: Clairton in danger of rare back-to-back losses
October 4, 2017
More than a decade has passed since Clairton lost in consecutive weeks. It was before Lamont Wade, Aaron Mathews or Tyler Boyd was in high

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High school football notebook: TJ defense shutting out opponents
September 27, 2017
Thomas Jefferson could win most weeks with only a safety from its defense. So far, only one team has scored against the Jaguars, a last-minute

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Harlan on recruiting: Penn State recruiting class among nation’s best
Penn State has climbed to fourth in both major polls, and the team ranks even higher when it comes to recruiting. As one number rises,

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Aliquippa routs Freeport behind passing game
September 15, 2017
Aliquippa's vaunted defense and running game were there as usual Friday night, but the Quips added another element to the mix: the pass. Freeport felt

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High school notebook: Ex-NFL players bolster coaching staffs
August 30, 2017
Aaron Smith and Jerame Tuman, former Steelers teammates, are roaming football fields in familiar black and gold. The two, now North Allegheny assistants for coach

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WPIAL teams slotted among top teams in preseason state rankings
August 22, 2017
Western Pennsylvania high school football teams were well-represented on the preseason state rankings, released by PennLive.com on Tuesday. Pine-Richland is ranked No. 2 in Class

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HS football position by position breakdown: Scouting the safeties
August 20, 2017
Western Pennsylvania once was the cradle of quarterbacks. Now, it more often is home to great defensive backs. From Aliquippa's Ty Law and Darrelle Revis

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WPIAL football conference preview: Class 3A Beaver Valley
August 14, 2017
The favorite Aliquippa (10-3 overall, 5-1 Beaver Valley in 2016) Aliquippa's success is unmatched in the modern era of WPIAL football. The Quips have made

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HS football position by position breakdown: Scouting the running backs
August 13, 2017
One running back or two Not all high school coaches use the same approach when it comes to their backfield workloads. While some ride one

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2011 WPIAL Year in Review – Top 25 Stories: #10 – #6
December 30, 2011
2011 has been a tremendous year in high school sports in the WPIAL. It was a year where some familiar champions wore the golden crown again while some new faces surfaced in the championship picture. It was a year when there was plenty of streaking (not like the 70’s) in both the good direction and the not so good direction.

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MSA Sports Top Ten – WPIAL Girls Basketball
December 25, 2010
Here is a rundown of the MSA Sports Top Ten WPIAL girls basketball teams for the week of December 27th. Each Monday during the 10-11 season, MSA Sports will release a new Top Ten girls hoops rankings plus daily updated standings during the regular season here at msasports.net WPIAL CLASS AAAA TOP TEN: 1) MOUNT LEBANON BLUE DEVILS (1-3)

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WPIAL Plays of the Week – WPIAL Championships
November 30, 2010
Eight teams showed up on the North Shore on Saturday with a job to get done. There were four WPIAL football titles up for grabs as each team had the thirst to be number one. These are the key plays that for the winners turned out to be so bold. As we tip our caps to North Allegheny, Central Valley, South Fayette and Clairton as they all left Heinz Field with the gold.

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THE NEW KIDS ON THE BLOCK
November 29, 2010
The theme for this 2010 WPIAL football season appeared to be a changing of the guard. Some teams with a recent history of struggles had successful regular season.

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Fumbles Spoil Quips Quest for AA Title as SF Lions Roar 19-6
November 28, 2010
The South Fayette Lions picked up their third WPIAL Championship with a 19-6 win over the Aliquippa Quips on Saturday afternoon at a blustery Heinz Field. The Lions took advantage of four Quips turnovers, three in the second half to claim their first title since 1964.

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2010 WPIAL Football Championship Factoids
November 26, 2010
The only numbers that count on Championship Saturday are the final digits posted on the giant scoreboard at Heinz Field. However before then, here are some interesting numbers to think about for each game in the 2010 WPIAL Football Championships, all of which can be heard Saturday exclusively on the MSA Sports Network.

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Chicks Picks – Championship Saturday
November 25, 2010
Welcome to the Week 13 of the high school football season. Chick's Picks and other elite members of the local media were preparing for Championship Saturday with a photo shoot at Heinz Field. One particular photo was to feature all of the WPIAL prognosticators, and was scheduled to take place along the river walk outside the stadium.

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Big Game Hunting: The Football Fourpack for Championship Saturday
November 24, 2010
Wondering what the big games are this week in WPIAL football action? Well if so, we cannot help you, but; if you want to just be better informed once you get to the Party on The Patio with the MSA gang we can do that for you.

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WPIAL Plays of the Week – WPIAL Semifinals
November 23, 2010
The end of the district playoffs is near as surviving WPIAL teams remain in postseason mode. With Championship Saturday upon us, eights teams with golden dreams have come to the end of the road. Thanks to these big Semifinals plays, three postseason wins have led these teams to the next playoff door. As the 2010 Highway to Heinz concludes on Pittsburgh's North Shore.

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This Week on the MSA Sports Network
November 22, 2010
The Highway to Heinz comes to an end on the North Shore as the district portion of the high school football postseason concludes this week here on the MSA Sports Network.

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MSA Sports Friday Night HighLights – Week Twelve
November 20, 2010
The most painful loss for a WPIAL high school football player could be losing a Semifinals game. Sure, it stinks to lose in a title game, but the lasting memories of just playing at Heinz Field in a District 7 championship contest makes the pain easier to deal with. There is no such feeling when you fall on Semifinals Friday.

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Highway to Heinz – Semifinals Recaps
Championship Saturday 2010 is now set after eight Semifinals contests played out Friday around the WPIAL. Here are recaps from all eight games that were heard here on the MSA Sports Network, your EXCLUSIVE home for the title games on Saturday, November 27th at Heinz Field. WPIAL CLASS AAAA Semifinals:

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WPIAL Week 12 Friday Scores
November 19, 2010
We reached the final stop on this years trip on the Highway to Heinz. It was Semifinals Friday around District 7. 16 teams entered Friday's action with dreams of playing at the big house next Saturday dancing in their heads, however those dreams only became reality for eight of those football teams. Here are ALL the finals scores from the eight games broadcast on MSA Sports.

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2010 WPIAL/City League Football Standings
November 18, 2010
Here are the latest WPIAL and Pittsburgh City League football standings through Week Twelve of the 2010 high school football season. Standings are updated after Thursday, Friday and Saturday scholastic gridiron action each week here on the MSA Sports Network. # - Clinched at least a share of the conference title * - Clinched playoff spot

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Chicks Picks – Week 12
November 17, 2010
Welcome to Week 12 of the high school football season. As Thanksgiving approaches and the WPIAL championships near, it was time for Chick's Picks to get back into the kitchen and bake her famous football cookies for the MSA Sports crew.

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Big Game Hunting: The Football Fourpack for Week 12
November 16, 2010
Week 12 is upon us and, other than down in single A it is genuinely difficult to say there is a clear cut favorite to win WPIAL gold in any classification. A trip to Heinz Field is on the line here in the Semifinals, the limited amount of games makes the choice easier now...

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This Week on the MSA Sports Network
November 15, 2010
The Highway to Heinz moves forward to the final exit as the high school football postseason continues this week here on the MSA Sports Network.

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Highway to Heinz – Quarterfinals Recaps
November 13, 2010
One defending WPIAL champion cruised, one needed overtime for a dramatic come-from-behind win while another was ousted in Round Two. One team wins in the Quarterfinals for a 13th consecutive year while another wins in this, their very first season. Plus, all four top-seeds are still alive headed into the district Final Four. Some of the highlights from Quarterfinals Friday in the WPIAL.

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WPIAL/Pittsburgh City League Week 11 Friday Scores
November 12, 2010
Your Attention Please! We have reached the second stop on our trip on the Highway to Heinz. This is the Quarterfinals Friday exit. For those teams not scheduled to reach the Final Four in your classification, you may exit to the right. For those teams Semifinals bound, you may continue your trip through the 2010 WPIAL football playoffs. Here are ALL the final results from Round Two.

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This Week on the MSA Sports Network
November 8, 2010
The Highway to Heinz moves forward to the second exit as the high school football postseason continues this week here on the MSA Sports Network.

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WPIAL Plays of the Week – Week 7
October 19, 2010
Any victory during the stretch run warms you up from the cold...But a win on a comeback in the fourth or even fifth quarter is as good as gold...For these plays were for the winning teams like a little slice of heaven...While at the same time being recognized for top plays of Week Seven. Erie McDowell Trojans 19 - North Hills Indians 14

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Chicks Picks – Week 7
October 14, 2010
Welcome to Week 7 of the high school football season. Chick's Picks wrapped up yet another week of near-perfect picking, correctly predicting 85% of last week's winners. She hopes that her recent streak of success, however, will not shed light on a sketchy time in her prognosticating past.

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WPIAL Plays of the Week – Week 4
September 28, 2010
To win on Friday night, it takes a lot of things to go your way...It helps when you are looking for victory, to dial up a long distance scoring play...These four teams hit big this past week to feel like The Boss...Because their plays of the week helped keep them perfect and without a loss. North Allegheny Tigers 21 - Erie McDowell Trojans 10

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MSA Sports Saturday’s Scholastic Starz – Week Three
September 19, 2010
Saturday of Week Three of the WPIAL football season was played either under splashing sunny skies in the afternoon...or under cool, crisp evening conditions. A perfect recipe for some shining performance in the three Class AA and three Class A games to close out another weekend of scholastic football. Darius Walker - Aliquippa

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CTK 2010 – MSA Sports Top 10: WPIAL Preseason Class AA
August 31, 2010
With kickoff of the 2010 WPIAL football season a few days away, MSA Sports continues our 'Countdown to Kickoff 2010' with the WPIAL Preseason Top Ten rankings. The weekly rankings will be released each Monday during the regular season. Here is the Preseason Class AA Top Ten. MSA SPORTS PRESEASON TOP TEN WPIAL CLASS AA:

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CTK 2010 – WPIAL AA MIDWESTERN Conference Preview
August 25, 2010
The Midwestern Conference has a new look for 2010, gone is long time member and defending tri-champion Center. Taking the place of the Trojans is Class A Semifinalist Laurel. Will things stay the same with Aliquippa and Beaver Falls battling for the conference title or will another team step up to challenge the two remaining powers?

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CTK 2010 – 2009 WPIAL Class AA Football Flashback
August 5, 2010
After watching rival Jeannette bask in the golden glory with back-to-back WPIAL football championships in 2007 and 2008, Greensburg Central Catholic survived a tough Interstate Conference to win a title as a double-digit seed in a deep Class AA tournament. The district championship, captured with a rout of Aliquippa at Heinz Field, was the first in school history for the Centurions.

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