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PIAA football playoffs: 30 years in 30 days — Central, TJ, Jeannette all claim gold in ’07
December 1, 2018
The PIAA had been hosting state playoffs in all but one fall high school sport since 1976. Soccer, volleyball, tennis, golf, cross country and field hockey all crowned state champions once the district playoffs concluded. The lone exception to the fall state playoff slate was high school football. It wasn't

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PIAA football playoffs: 30 years in 30 days — South Fayette, North Catholic victorious in ’13
November 28, 2018
The PIAA had been hosting state playoffs in all but one fall high school sport since 1976. Soccer, volleyball, tennis, golf, cross country and field hockey all crowned state champions once the district playoffs concluded. The lone exception to the fall state playoff slate was high school football. It wasn't

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PIAA football playoffs: 30 years in 30 days — Beaver Falls, Steel Valley claim 1st state titles in ’16
November 26, 2018
The PIAA had been hosting state playoffs in all but one fall high school sport since 1976. Soccer, volleyball, tennis, golf, cross country and field hockey all crowned state champions once the district playoffs concluded. The lone exception to the fall state playoff slate was high school football. It wasn't

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PIAA football playoffs: 30 years in 30 days — Central Catholic, Thomas Jefferson golden in ’04
November 25, 2018
The PIAA had been hosting state playoffs in all but one fall high school sport since 1976. Soccer, volleyball, tennis, golf, cross country and field hockey all crowned state champions once the district playoffs concluded. The lone exception to the fall state playoff slate was high school football. It wasn't

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PIAA football playoffs: 30 years in 30 days — Aliquippa finds state gold on Revis Island in ’03
November 18, 2018
The PIAA had been hosting state playoffs in all but one fall high school sport since 1976. Soccer, volleyball, tennis, golf, cross country and field hockey all crowned state champions once the district playoffs concluded. The lone exception to the fall state playoff slate was high school football. It wasn't

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North Allegheny, Pine-Richland lead Class 6A all-conference football teams
November 12, 2018
North Allegheny and Pine-Richland each had six players earn first-team all-conference honors in WPIAL Class 6A. The two schools combined to fill all five offensive line spots. NA's Art Walker was named coach of the year. Central Catholic had five first-team selections and Canon-McMillan had three. Mt. Lebanon, Norwin and

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WPIAL top 10: Playoff streaks
November 7, 2018
THE TOP 10 Playoff streaks Does it seem like a number of schools always make the playoffs Here is a list of the 10 longest playoff appearance streaks in WPIAL history: Schoolandamp;#0010;Number, Yrs. qualified 1t. Aliquippaandamp;#0010;24, 1995-2018 1t. Thomas Jeffersonandamp;#0010;24, 1995-2018 3. Woodland Hillsandamp;#0010;23, 1996-2018 4. McKeesportandamp;#0010;21, 1998-2018 5. Upper

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PIAA football playoffs: 30 years in 30 days — Central Catholic wins again in 2015
The PIAA had been hosting state playoffs in all but one fall high school sport since 1976. Soccer, volleyball, tennis, golf, cross country and field hockey all crowned state champions once the district playoffs concluded. The lone exception to the fall state playoff slate was high school football. It wasn't

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Seneca Valley uses late score to edge Central Catholic
November 3, 2018
Seneca Valley advanced to the Class 6A semifinals with a 15-14 victory over Central Catholic on Friday night. It was a payback of sorts for Seneca Valley, which lost to Central Catholic, 20-14, in Week 1. Central Catholic started quickly, building a 14-0 lead in the first quarter. After a

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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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