Shaler notebook: Girls bowling team makes statement
December 6, 2018The Shaler girls bowling team announced its intentions to the rest of the WPIBL on opening night. The Titans (1-0) bear Butler, who are the defending section, WPIBL and Western Regional champions, 4-3. Shaler was led by Bella Pilyih, who rolled a 620 series with a high game of 219.
Several wrestlers return after reaching PIAA Class AAA tournament
December 4, 2018Returning PIAA Class AAA champions Alejandro Herrera, Seneca Valley (46-8 last season) The sophomore won the 106-pound state title and placed second in the WPIAL. Sam Hillegas, North Hills (32-1) The junior is a two-time PIAA champion, winning the 126-pound title in 2018. He has a 85-1 career record. Ryan
Shaler’s Sullivan chasing more titles during senior wrestling season
November 29, 2018Entering his final year of high school wrestling, Ryan Sullivan is expected to set a collision course to adding more WPIAL and PIAA Class AAA titles to his resume. The senior wrestler, who is a expected to compete at 120 and 126 pounds for Shaler this season, knows this will
Shaler swim team matches up better in new sectionJenna Stanton sees a lot of positives ahead for the Shaler swim team. While the junior swimmer will miss some aspects of competing in the same section as North Allegheny, the Titans have an opportunity to match up better with conference foes. Shaler also will see a lot more competition
Shaler gets comfortable in Niederberger’s system
November 21, 2018In Year 4 coaching the Shaler boys basketball team, Rob Niederberger sees a group that has broken from being stuck in its ways. Instead, the Titans have learned to balance his system with improvisation. andquot;I think we are more athletic than we've been,andquot; Niederberger said. andquot;When you first start teaching
Shaler girls basketball team ready for challenges aheadEarning a second straight trip to the WPIAL Class 6A playoffs won't be an easy road for the Shaler girls basketball team. Realignment added a stiff new challenge to the Titans' schedule. Perennial power Norwin -- along with a Fox Chapel program that is a consistent playoff contender but missed
Shaler Area’s Rispoli commits to play baseball at Dayton
November 15, 2018Nick Rispoli didn't feel he was able to showcase his total skill set during limited action on the mound for Shaler baseball last season. Having an extra year may allow the Titans junior right-handed pitcher to leave a more lasting impression. Stepping into a starting role a year ago may
Longtime Oliver football coach Zeglowitsch joins City League Hall of FameJoe Zeglowitsch could have heard the call from the City League High School Hall of Fame sooner. The problem was no one knew how to get in touch with the 1967 Perry graduate. andquot;I thought they were playing games with me,andquot; Zelgowitsch said. andquot;I asked them who put them up
Students learn values of sportsmanship at WPIAL’s 10th annual SummitEven on the gloomiest of days, the WPIAL Sportsmanship Summit can provide a glimmer of sunlight. Nearly 600 student-athletes and administrators from about 100 schools were represented Thursday morning at the 10th annual Summit on Sportsmanship at the Sen. John Heinz History Center in the Strip District. A number of
WPIAL Sportsmanship Summit part of Thursday’s 3 things to watch in high school sports
November 14, 2018The WPIAL will host a big event on the field Saturday as eight football teams head to Heinz Field to play for district gold. However, the WPIAL is hosting another big event Thursday, though it is off the field. This year marks the 10th anniversary of the WPIAL Sportsmanship Summit,
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”