Tag: Upper St. Clair

Sawyer Klasnick and his Mt. Lebanon teammates had to wait 13 days for their playoff opener.
What to watch for in WPIAL sports for May 20, 2024: Baseball quarterfinals on tap
May 19, 2024
Welcome to quarterfinals Monday in the 2024 WPIAL baseball playoffs.

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Shaler’s Olivia Sachs scores against Plum earlier this season.
What to watch for in WPIAL sports for May 13, 2024: Softball, lacrosse playoffs commence
May 12, 2024
Warm and sunny is a perfect way to start the 2024 WPIAL playoffs, with softball and lacrosse first-round contests getting the ball rolling Monday.

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Franklin Regional’s Max Bernadowski celebrates with Cole Brinker after scoring against Fox Chapel Monday, April 15, 2024, in Fox Chapel.
What to watch for in WPIAL sports for May 6, 2024: Section 1-5A showdowns to decide playoff positioning
May 5, 2024
For the second straight year, the battle for a Section 1-5A baseball title is coming down to the final section series of the regular season.

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Pine-Richland’s Danny Pedersen throws to first base against Seneca Valley on Tuesday, April 16, 2024, in Pine.
What to watch for in WPIAL sports for April 29, 2024: Pine-Richland, North Allegheny to square off
April 28, 2024
And then there were two.

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Gateway’s Logan Memije plays against Upper St. Clair during the WPIAL Class 3A doubles tennis championship match Wednesday at North Allegheny.
New Gateway duo wins WPIAL doubles title; Montour team makes school history
April 24, 2024
When Gateway junior Adam Memije advanced to the WPIAL Class 3A singles championship match two weeks ago and qualified for the PIAA tournament, and fellow Gators junior Zidaan Hassan lost in the semifinals, Hassan knew immediately that to win a second straight WPIAL doubles title, he would have to do it with a new partner.

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Lincoln Park’s Brandin Cummings celebrates after hitting a 3-pointer to end the first half against Archbishop Carroll during the the PIAA Class 4A championship game March 21, 2024, at Giant Center in Hershey.
23 WPIAL players picked to 2024 all-state boys basketball team, including 2 players of the year
A pair of WPIAL boys basketball standouts were recognized as players of the year in Pennsylvania on Tuesday in a statewide vote of media members.

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North Allegheny head coach Morgan Vescovi returns to the dugout after meeting with her team during their game on Monday, March 25, 2024, at Hempfield.
What to watch for in WPIAL sports for April 8, 2024: Week opens with baseball, softball section showdowns
April 7, 2024
“All that is now, all that is gone, all that’s to come and everything under the sun is in tune, but the sun is eclipsed by the moon.”

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Penn-Trafford’s Nathaniel Rugh eyes up a dig against Bethel Park during their match March 26, 2024, at Bethel Park.
Mars, Shaler maintain top spots in latest WPIAL boys volleyball coaches rankings
April 1, 2024
A couple of teams in Class 3A changed positions as the Western Pennsylvania Volleyball Coaches Association released its Week 3 Top-10 polls and Players of the Week on Monday morning.

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Moon’s Elijah Guillory Guillory led Moon with 21.1 points, 6.7 rebounds, 3.6 assists and 1.8 steals per game.
Trib HSSN Boys Basketball Head of the Class: Player, coach of the year in all 6 classifications
Class 6A

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Mt. Lebanon’s Nolan Smith celebrates as he scores against Manheim Township during their PIAA Class 6A first round playoff game on Monday, June 5, 2023, at Boyce Mayview Park.
What to watch for in WPIAL sports for March 28, 2024: Rivals Mt. Lebanon, USC to meet
March 27, 2024
Two years ago, rivals collided on the district’s biggest stage, playing for WPIAL baseball gold.

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