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2023 all-state boys basketball team includes 29 WPIAL players
May 3, 2023
Aquinas Academy’s Vinnie Cugini and Steel Valley’s Makhai Valentine earned all-state player of the year honors Wednesday as two of the most prolific scorers in WPIAL boys basketball.
2023 TribLive HSSN Boys Basketball All-Stars
April 6, 2023
Scoring 1,000 points in a high school career remains an impressive feat in WPIAL basketball, but remarkably, the league saw its first 3,000-point scorer this winter.
Lincoln Park’s Meleek Thomas named 2023 TribLive HSSN Boys Basketball Player of the Year
2023 Boys Basketball Player of the Year
Trib HSSN Boys Basketball Player of the Week for March 27, 2023
March 27, 2023
Some young athletes watch TV to see their sports heroes in action.
Lincoln Park beats perennial PIAA power Neumann-Goretti in state finals classic
March 23, 2023
HERSHEY — With 11 seconds on the clock, Lincoln Park’s Meleek Thomas knew it was time to “boogie.”
PIAA Class 4A boys basketball championship breakdown: Lincoln Park vs. Neumann-Goretti
March 22, 2023
Lincoln Park vs. Neumann-Goretti
Lincoln Park finishes WPIAL gauntlet, beats Uniontown to reach state finals
March 20, 2023
Lincoln Park defeated Uniontown in the PIAA 4A semifinals Tuesday, 85-64, before a standing-room crown only at Charleroi to complete the third stage of district dominance.
What to watch for in high school sports for March 20, 2023: Trips to Hershey up for grabs
March 19, 2023
After not even playing in the district championship games this winter, three WPIAL girls basketball teams can punch their ticket to the state finals with a win Monday.
‘Other three’ key as Lincoln Park holds off Laurel Highlands in PIAA quarterfinals
March 17, 2023
Lincoln Park’s Dontay Green left the locker room without a shoe on his right foot, the troublesome one that needed screws and plates to fix a lisfranc fracture several months ago.
What to watch for in WPIAL sports on March 17, 2023: Penn Hills to meet Cathedral Prep
Cathedral Prep once owned the WPIAL and City League in the PIAA boys basketball playoffs.