Quaker Valley boys basketball hopes to remain undefeated
December 11, 2018The Quaker Valley boys basketball team, after dominant victories over Brashear and Vincentian Academy at the season-opening Moon tournament, continues its early-season run at home Tuesday against 5A Albert Gallatin. Last year's WPIAL 4A runner-up and state semifinalist also will host District 10's Wilmington on Friday before its Section 2
Quaker Valley and Sewickley Academy hockey teams hit the ice for Monday matchups
December 10, 2018The Quaker Valley and Sewickley Academy hockey teams are part of a busy PIHL schedule Monday evening. Sewickley Academy hopes to build on last week's win over Blackhawk as it takes on West Allegheny in Varsity A action at 8:30 p.m. at the Baierl Ice Complex in Warrendale. The Panthers
Quaker Valley wrestling chasing program’s 1st section title
December 8, 2018Quaker Valley wrestling could be on the verge of a breakout year in the program's third season as a school sport, but the foundation for a top-notch varsity team can be traced further back. More than 40 wrestlers attended the Quaker Valley Wrestling Association's first youth practice in 2012, among
New coach ready to guide Quaker Valley swim teamThe Quaker Valley boys and girls swimming teams have a new coach for the third consecutive season. Alexis Glenn, a former Quakers swimmer, took over for Erin Cawley. Glenn is optimistic about her old team, which has been overshadowed by the boys in recent seasons. andquot;We have a lot of
Quaker Valley and Sewickley Academy boys basketball teams begin seasons in tournament action
December 7, 2018The WPIAL high school basketball season begins Friday in gyms all over the region, and the Quaker Valley and Sewickley Academy boys teams open with tournament play. The Quakers will play at the Moon Tournament against Brashear on Friday at 7 p.m. Vincentian and Moon also will be in action.
Frazier’s Lawrence among top wrestlers returning in WPIAL Class AA
December 5, 2018Returning PIAA Class AA champion Thayne Lawrence, Frazier (30-2 last season) andamp;#8226; The junior is a two-time WPIAL champion and won the 152-pound title. His career record is 67-8. Returning PIAA Class AA placewinners Christian Clutter, McGuffey (47-6) andamp;#8226; The senior has a 119-23 career record, was the WPIAL 170-pound
WPIAL Class AA preseason wrestling rankingsWPIAL Class AA preseason team rankings Rank, team, last season's record 1. Burrell, 13-7 andamp;#8226; The Bucs return 11 starters and have won 12 consecutive WPIAL titles. They are the team to beat until someone defeats them. 2. Freedom, 11-6 andamp;#8226; The Bulldogs reached the semifinals and finished fourth in
WPIAL Class 4A boys basketball breakdown
December 3, 2018Class 4A Preseason Player of the Year Johnny Crise, Highlands 6-7, Jr., forward 12.0 ppg last season Players to watch Danny Conlan, Quaker Valley 6-5, Sr., F, 12.0 ppg Aaron Hilzendeger, Ambridge 6-6, Sr., F, 19.2 ppg Jacob Johnson, Mt. Pleasant 6-2, Jr., G, 15.5 ppg Cam Nusser, Belle Vernon
PIAA football playoffs: 30 years in 30 days — Pine-Richland, QV, Jeannette win state gold in ’17The 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
Quaker Valley boys basketball hopes to benefit from depth
November 23, 2018Quaker Valley's boys basketball team has played for the last two WPIAL Class 4A championships. The Quakers hope to make it back to Petersen Events Center once again this spring as well as to the PIAA semifinals, where they lost to Sharon, 65-48, to finish last season 26-2. andquot;Absolutely. Last
Franklin Regional game tying goal and West Allegheny game winning goal in the boys 3A PIAA semifinal
Central Catholic stars out fast but the Seneca Valley’s defense comes up big in a win over Central Catholic during first round 6A WPIAL action at Fox Chapel High School.
Seton LaSalle’s Gabe Rosario scores with an assist from T.J. Cherry against Springdale during boys A soccer consolation game.
Shady Side Academy repels a late charge by Deer Lakes in the boys 2A WPIAL semifinal at North Alleghen
Zo Gardner of New Castle Basketball on TribLive HSSN Center Stage – UPMC Sports Medicine “Stay Strong and Play On”