WPIAL Clinched: Girls basketball through Jan. 27.
Monday, January 27, 2020 | 11:05 PM
The WPIAL girls basketball regular season is winding down. There are less than two weeks left in section play with four days remaining in January.
The playoff field is starting to grow. When the regular season ends, at least 68 girls basketball teams will earn a spot in the WPIAL postseason.
Trib HSSN will once again have exclusive coverage of the Path to the Pete starting on Tuesday, Feb. 11 with the playoff pairings show as we unveil the brackets to the masses.
Until then, we will update the list of teams that have qualified after each night of section play.
Here are the teams that have clinched a district playoff berth through Monday, Jan. 27.
Class 6A: (4 of at least 8 playoff teams have clinched)
North Allegheny Tigers
Bethel Park Black Hawks
Mt. Lebanon Blue Devils
Class 5A: (8 of at least 12 playoff teams have clinched)
Chartiers Valley Colts
Thomas Jefferson Jaguars
Woodland Hills Wolverines
Oakland Catholic Eagles
Class 4A: (9 of at least 12 playoff teams have clinched)
North Catholic Trojans
Freeport Yellow Jackets
Central Valley Warriors
Quaker Valley Quakers
New Castle Red Hurricane
Class 3A: (6 of at least 12 playoff teams have clinched)
Seton LaSalle Rebels
South Park Eagles
Class 2A: (9 of at least 12 playoff teams have clinched)
Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Chargers
South Side Rams
Serra Catholic Eagles
Ellis School Tigers
Winchester Thurston Bears
Bishop Canevin Crusaders
Burgettstown Blue Devils
Class A: (8 of at least 12 playoff teams have clinched)
Vincentian Academy Royals
Sewickley Academy Panthers
West Greene Pioneers
Greensburg Central Catholic Centurions
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