The WPIAL released its new basketball section alignments for the next two years and two Greene County boys teams were affected.
Hours of standing in front of the porch leading into the family home in Mather, throwing a rubber ball into the cement steps led to a discovery that changed Joe Gregula’s baseball career.
Mapletown freshman Ella Menear took the high school swimming world by storm and earned a spot on the Herald-Standard All-Area Girls Swimming & Diving Team.
Charles "Chuck" Lash was a three-year starter as an outfielder and pitcher in baseball heading into his senior season. He was a four-year starter in basketball and a three-year starter in football. Chuck was a team captain in all three sports. He is a rare three-time H-S Scholar-Athlete. Kailey Stover would have been a four-year letterman and three-year starter for a softball team that made the playoffs the last two years. She was a four-year letterman and senior captain in both volleyba…
Although Daniel Layton's first outdoor track & field season was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the William & Mary freshman had a solid indoor season as a multi-event athlete.
West Greene's Jade Renner had her career cut short because of the coronavirus pandemic. But three years was all the Pioneers' pitcher needed to make a lasting impact.
Just one day after being rebuffed by the National Federation of High Schools Association on switching to 12 weight classes in wrestling, the WPIAL submitted a proposal to the PIAA to use 13 weight classes next season.
Following is one in a series of stories featuring local high schools -- today Carmichaels -- which lost their spring sports seasons due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Brendan Howard talked about not having "closure' when his chance to compete in the NCAA Division II Wrestling Championships was taken away thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Pittsburgh's three-game series at home against the Los Angeles Dodgers started with great promise, but ended the same way as the road series a week earlier.
When it was announced last Tuesday that Rob Gronkowski was returning to the NFL, several wrestling fans reached out asking if he has to forfeit the 24/7 title that he won at WrestleMania.
Two things you have to like about Joe Maize, the former Peters Township High School athletic director and baseball coach, is his loyalty and the fact he’s never forgotten where he is from.
Many thought West Greene’s run as a dominant girls basketball team was over with the graduation of an outstanding senior class that included 1,000-point scorers Kaitlyn Rizor, Madison Lampe and McKenna Lampe, and a returning roster that included zero seniors.
Caitlyn Dugan is a four-year letterman in softball and volleyball. The Lady Rockets' pitcher, she helped lead her team to the WPIAL semifinals last year. A four-year captain in volleyball, her teams made the postseason three times. Caitlyn was All-WPIAL twice, all-section twice and all-county four times in volleyball. In softball she was all-county twice. Caitlyn, who has a 4.0 GPA, is NHS treasurer, Yearbook Editor, Student Council President, on the Academic Team and coaches middle scho…
Waynesburg freshman Rocky McGeary was honored for his outstanding season by earning National Wrestling Coaches Association All-America first-team recognition at 285 pounds.
The 2019-20 boys basketball season produced only one WPIAL playoff team in Greene County but there was still plenty of talent on the hardwood.
Joe Musgrove pitched seven strong innings and Bryan Reynolds drove in a pair of runs Sunday for the "Video Game" Bucs to close the three-game series at Baltimore with a 5-3 victory.
A proposed PIAA golf rule change would make it harder for girl golfers competing in the boys championships. However, what it really brings to light is a rule by the WPIAL that has forced the possible change.
Brendan Howard and his University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown teammates had completed two workouts and were ready to take the mat the next day at the NCAA Division II Wrestling Championships when a shocking development occurred.
Little did Rachel Rohanna realize when she walked off the Country Club of Winter Haven (Fla.) on March 8 it might be the last time for awhile due to the precautions taken country-wide to deal with the COVID-19 virus.