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Cam Ward and his North Allegheny teammates face rival Pine-Richland on Monday.
What to watch for in WPIAL sports for May 2, 2022: Baseball, softball section play wraps up
May 1, 2022
Welcome to May, where the regular season continues to wind down, and the postseason is two weeks away.

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Payton List (left) and her Beaver teammates went 21-0 last season.
2022 WPIAL Class 4A softball preseason breakdown
March 21, 2022
Last spring was a celebration as district athletes returned to the diamonds after the 2020 season was canceled because of the covid-19 shutdowns.

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Central Valley’s Landon Alexander strikes a pose after scoring during the fourth quarter of the PIAA Class 3A state championship game against Wyomissing on Saturday, Dec. 11, 2021, at Hersheypark Stadium.
11 WPIAL, City League football players picked for 2022 Small School East-West Game
March 3, 2022
The WPIAL’s leading rusher was among 11 WPIAL and City League players chosen Thursday for the Small School East-West Game this spring.

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Baldwin freshman Abby Rexrode won a WPIAL all-around gold medal Feb. 12, 2022 and the PA Classic all-around gold Feb. 19, 2022, at Moon.
Baldwin’s Abby Rexrode follows up WPIAL gold with PA Classic all-around title
February 20, 2022
One week after claiming a gold medal at the WPIAL gymnastics championships, Baldwin’s Abby Rexrode again found herself atop the medals podium.

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Central Valley’s Sean FitzSimmons fends off a block during the PIAA Class 3A state championship game against Wyomissing on Dec. 11, 2021, at Hersheypark Stadium.
Central Valley’s Sean FitzSimmons named Trib HSSN Football Player of the Year
January 2, 2022
Central Valley faced a fourth-and-1 at its own 18-yard line with less than 5 minutes left in the state championship. The Warriors held a 7-0 lead, so nobody would’ve criticized coach Mark Lyons if he’d decided to punt and play defense.

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Mt. Lebanon coach Bob Palko celebrates a Blue Devils touchdown against St. Joseph’s Prep during the fourth quarter of the PIAA Class 6A state championship game Dec. 11.
Trib HSSN Head of the Class: Coach of the year in each of WPIAL football’s 6 classes
January 1, 2022
The students are expected to execute a good lesson plan, but it takes a top teacher to develop the plan and find ways to get the most from their students.

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Former Pine-Richland football coach Eric Kasperowicz (center, in black) talks to people during a “Huddle Up for Coach K” rally held in his honor outside of the Pine-Richland School Board’s planning meeting Monday, May 3, 2021. The rally was held to protest the firing of Kasperowicz.
Trib HSSN Top 21 Stories of 2021: Pine-Richland coach Eric Kasperowicz ousted
December 31, 2021
The year 2021 wasn’t one giant leap for mankind, but it was one big step back toward “normalcy” for all of us, especially the high school athletes from around the WPIAL.

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Aliquippa’s Tiqwai Hayes dives over the pylon to score past Belle Vernon’s Reiley Wiant during the WPIAL Class 4A championship game on Saturday, Nov. 27, 2021, at Heinz Field.
2021 Trib 25 Football Team: WPIAL, state champions highlight HSSN all-stars
This was a historic football season for the WPIAL, which had four teams celebrate state titles in Hershey.

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Mt. Lebanon’s Alex Tecza scores against St. Joseph’s Prep during the fourth quarter of the PIAA Class 6A state championship game Dec. 11.
Trib HSSN Head of the Class: Player of the year in each of WPIAL football’s 6 classes
Back in the day, when students did well in the classroom, they were moved to the front of the class.

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Mt. Lebanon players celebrate their win in the WPIAL 6A final against Central Catholic on Nov. 20, 2021 at Norwin.
Trib HSSN Top 21 Stories of 2021: Championship droughts put on ice
December 28, 2021
The year 2021 wasn’t one giant leap for mankind, but it was one big step back toward “normalcy” for all of us, especially the high school athletes from around the WPIAL.

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