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Athletic Director: Cliff Simon
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WPIAL football players sign with Division I FBS programs
February 6, 2019
Class of 2019 Twenty-one senior football players from the WPIAL accepted scholarships from Division I FBS schools. Three signed letters of intent Wednesday: Division I FBS Tyler Brennan, North Hills, WR/RB, Army* Dante Cephas, Penn Hills, WR, Kent State* Mike Coleman, Woodland Hills, DB, Toledo* M.J. Devonshire, Aliquippa, DB, Kentucky

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Rochester, Sto-Rox each place 2 on Class A all-state football team
December 28, 2018
A pair of 3,000-yard passers, Our Lady of the Sacred Heart's Tyler Bradley and Sto-Rox's Eric Wilson, were among six WPIAL players chosen Friday for the Class 1A all-state football team. Joining them were Rochester teammates Noah Whiteleather and Darius Goosby, Imani Christian's Rahmon andquot;RJandquot; Hart, Jeannette's Marcus Barnes and

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WPIAL football players sign with Division I colleges
December 19, 2018
Signed on Senior football players from the WPIAL who signed with Division I programs Wednesday: Division I FBS Dante Cephas, Penn Hills, WR -- Kent State Mike Coleman, Woodland Hills, DB -- Toledo Konota Gaskins, McKeesport, DB -- Bowling Green Will Gipson, Aliquippa, WR -- Pitt RJ Hart, Imani Christian,

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State, WPIAL champions highlight Trib 25 football all-star team
December 12, 2018
Another high school football season has come and gone, and 2018 will be memorable for teams and players across Western Pennsylvania. Penn Hills and Aliquippa celebrated PIAA titles in Hershey and shared WPIAL championship glory with Our Lady of the Sacred Heart, Steel Valley, South Fayette and Pine-Richland. There were

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OLSH dominates Imani Christian in Class A quarterfinals
November 3, 2018
In the first two years Our Lady of the Sacred Heart made the WPIAL football playoffs, 2016-17, the Charters were sent home by Imani Christian. Behind Tyler Bradley's six-touchdown performance, OLSH overcame its playoff kryptonite and handed the No. 6-seeded Saints their worst loss since their first year in the

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5 things to watch in the opening round of the WPIAL football playoffs
November 1, 2018
South Fayette could've rematched New Castle in the WPIAL football playoffs, and Greensburg Salem could've visited conference foe Thomas Jefferson for the second time. Instead, the WPIAL avoided rematches. The football steering committee had historically avoided first-round rematches between conference opponents but nixed that unwritten rule three seasons ago when

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Chick’s Picks won’t be swayed by swag when making predictions
Welcome to Week 10 of the high school football season. After conference play wrapped up last Friday night, the t-shirts began rolling in. Conference champion t-shirts, that is. Chick's Picks' agent spent most of his weekend sorting through the flood of conference champ paraphernalia and letters that had been sent

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WPIAL high school football don’t-miss matchups for Week 10
Here's a look at some of the top matchups in each class for this week's WPIAL high school football playoff games: Class 6A Quarterfinals No. 4 Central Catholic (7-3) vs. No. 5 Seneca Valley (7-3) 7:30 p.m. Friday at Fox Chapel's James M. Burke Stadium On the air: 95.3 FM;

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WPIAL football rankings for week of Oct. 28, 2018
October 27, 2018
WPIAL football rankings Class 6A 1. North Allegheny, 10-0, 2 2. Pine-Richland, 8-2, 1 3. Seneca Valley, 7-3, 4 4. Mt. Lebanon, 4-5, 5 5. Central Catholic, 7-2, 3 Out: none Class 5A 1. Gateway, 10-0, 1 2. Penn Hills, 10-0, 2 3. Peters Township, 8-2, 3 4. Penn-Trafford, 8-2,

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The Daily 3: Your Guide to the WPIAL
WPIAL girls soccer semifinals on tap in Saturday’s 3 things to watch in high school sports
October 26, 2018
In this decade, Peters Township and Norwin have each captured two WPIAL girls soccer championships. On Saturday, the Indians and Knights square off for a spot in the Class 4A district title game. The match at Elizabeth Forward is one of eight semifinals as eight teams will be one step

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