With its back against the wall and the playoffs in sight, Montour turned into MonTour de Force to pull away from Blackhawk and earn a 38-14 victory to keep the Spartans' playoff hopes alive for another week.
Armstrong tailback Zane Dudek moved up to No. 3 on the WPIAL's all-time rushing list and moved within 68 yards of breaking the WPIAL full-season record with an impressive performance Friday night at Connellsville.
Two highly regarded Class 4A teams coming off difficult first losses squared off Friday night in the Big Nine Conference at Belle Vernon.
A close game between Mt. Lebanon and Penn Hills through the first three quarters turned into a blowout by the time it ended.
Summaries from Friday, Oct. 21, 2016
The top four teams in Class 3A are in the Beaver Valley Conference, but there is only room for three to make the playoffs. Aliquippa made sure Friday night it was not the one left out.
As a Chicago developer works to finalize his plan to redevelop the Strip District’s produce terminal, a city councilwoman is raising concerns that all of the development taking place in the neighborhood could alter its distinctive character.
Tyreque Feed rushed for two touchdowns as Perry clinched a City League playoff berth with a narrow 21-20 victory against Allderdice in the second of two City League games played Friday at Cupples Stadium.
Carlinos Acie has spent much of the season waiting for his opportunity to come along while McKeesport teammates Jayvaun Shears and Layton Jordan carried the bulk of offense.
Kareem Hall and Robert Kennedy scored two touchdowns apiece as No. 2 Jeannette (9-0) rolled to a 48-0 non-conference victory against host Mapletown (4-5).
Individual leaders from Friday, Oct. 21, 2016
It took West Allegheny’s football team three hours to get to the game Friday. The team bus sat on the Parkway East for more than an hour, stuck in traffic because of an accident that closed the Squirrel Hill tunnel.
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — TCU and West Virginia share somewhat of a kinship as the two youngest members of the Big 12 Conference.
Before he was a four-time All-Pro, before he was known simply by the first syllable of last his name, before he kept defensive coordinators up at night, Rob Gronkowski was just a rookie trying to make his way in the NFL in 2010.
It’s unclear when officials of the National Energy Technology Laboratory in South Park began to suspect that something was amiss with North American Power Group, a Colorado-based company that was awarded millions of dollars in federal stimulus money in 2009 and 2010.
It took Josh Gallagher a long time to get comfortable about singing in public.
And you thought you were excited when Matt Cullen re-signed with the Penguins in August.
Ohio State ranks fourth in the Football Bowl Subdivision averaging 49.3 points per game, third in scoring defense allowing 12.8 points per game and fourth in turnover margin, causing 13 turnovers while committing just five.
If I am reading the stories out of New York correctly, Giants coach Ben McAdoo has told talented, but temperamental wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. to grow up.
Pundits long have said Hillary Clinton is a terrible candidate. You have to go back to Al Gore in 2000 to find a politician who faced as much jeering from the media, over everything from claims of dishonesty (usually based on nothing) to matters of personal style.
My friends’ dog died the other day. About 12 years old, he stood up, wobbled a little and collapsed. After two days, it was clear he wasn’t going to recover, and they made the decision that so many of us struggle with — to let him go peacefully. He was their only pet, no kids, their heart.
The senatorial debate on Monday mostly proved that neither candidate is a particularly brilliant debater. No new light was shed, so we’ll have to vote based on what we already know.
WASHINGTON — The case against Hillary Clinton could have been written before the recent WikiLeaks and FBI disclosures. But these documents do provide hard textual backup.
Before accepting the presumptions of Marc Thiessen’s column “People of Faith, Look Out” (Oct. 17 Perspectives), PG readers should listen to or read Hillary Clinton’s Women in the World Summit speech to learn the full context of her views.
My name is Nzinzi, and I am 7 years old. I want to do things that are good for the planet. If you do things bad for the Earth, it’s bad for us, too.
The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra is in the clutches of a horrendous and perhaps fatal musician’s strike (“PSO Cancels More Concerts Amid Strike,” Oct. 18). Maybe it is time to review the ordeal imposed upon the new, potential concert attendee.
I live in Trump Country, in Western Pennsylvania about an hour east of Pittsburgh. Last Saturday morning, as I drove 40 minutes over the mountain to swim at the YMCA, I passed Trump signs the whole way. Not a Clinton sign in sight. Not one.
Two recent reports are sure to give parents pause when it comes to their children’s participation in sports.
Each morning I look in the mirror to see
Pittsburgh City Council members should have better things to do than talk about penalizing each other for being too open.