This Month's Articles

Article | Posted 2016/12/06 - 9:47am
Here are the latest 2016-2017 standings for the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Hockey League. You can follow the PIHL high school hockey regular season with weekly audio and video broadcasts, plus the PIHL Notebook every Monday and the PIHL Power Play Show on Wednesday nights at 8:00pm starting in December ONLY here on the MSA Sports Network. The top eight teams in Class 3-A qualify for the Penguins Cup Playoffs. The top five teams in each Class 2-A conference qualify for the Penguins Cup Playoffs. The top five teams in each Class 1-A conference qualify for the Penguins Cup Playoffs. The top...
Article | Posted 2016/12/05 - 11:34pm
While the football season is still ongoing for four WPIAL teams, the majority of high school and college teams have concluded their seasons. For many seniors at both levels, it's the final time they will play in a competitive game. Former Ringgold star Quad Law recently concluded his college career at Gannon University, but he made quite an impact in his many years on the gridiron. Law has been a name synonymous with Rams football for the better part of a decade, as both Quad and his younger brother, Nico, played QB and helped guide the team to tremendous success. In his junior season of 2010...
Article | Posted 2016/12/05 - 6:29pm
Clairton’s Lamont Wade and Steel Valley’s DeWayne Murray have run their way into the WPIAL record book. They are two of only seven runners in WPIAL history to rush for 6,000 yards in a career. While the yards are impressive, maybe the thing that is most impressive about the two is how many yards they gain every time they touch the ball. The yards-per-carry average of both Wade and Murray is among the best in WPIAL history. Wade is now the third-leading rusher in WPIAL history with 7,005 yards while Murray is sixth with 6,418 yards. But what’s incredible is that both are averaging 11 yards a...
Article | Posted 2016/12/05 - 5:45pm
We officially conclude the fall high school sports season while opening up full throttle on the winter high school sports season on the first full week of December this week on the MSA Sports Network. We have coverage of four PIAA Championship Football Games featuring Clairton, Steel Valley, Beaver Falls and Pittsburgh Central Catholic and their quest for a state title from Hershey. We also tip off the 2016-2017 high school basketball season with plenty of tip-off tournament roundball action as well as PIHL high school hockey and women's college basketball featuring Carlow University, plus it...
Article | Posted 2016/12/05 - 4:38pm
Five WPIAL champions entered the State Semifinals with hopes of collecting more gridiron gold, and four keep that championship dream alive with victories to earn a trip to Chocolate Town. While Pittsburgh Central Catholic, Beaver Falls, Steel Valley and Clairton advanced to Hershey with wins on Friday or Saturday, only WPIAL 5-A champ West Allegheny saw their season come to an end two wins shy of a state crown. Here are the district standouts who helped lead their team to the PIAA Finals or refused to go quietly into the cold goodnight. J.J. Younger - Pittsburgh Central Catholic The older...
Article | Posted 2016/12/02 - 10:55pm
The WPIAL have never won more than three state football championships in a season since the start of the PIAA playoffs In 1988. Now with the expanded six classification state postseason, the WPIAL has four district champions still alive and headed to Hershey. Pittsburgh Central Catholic in 6-A, Beaver Falls in 3-A, Steel Valley in 2-A and Clairton in 1-A will play for state gold on December 9th and 10th. Here are ALL of the final scores through the Semifinals of the 2016 PIAA Football Playoffs, plus the matchups for the state finals on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Games marked with...
Article | Posted 2016/12/02 - 10:34pm
The WPIAL has never won more than three state football championships in a single season under the old four classification format. Now in the first year of the expanded six classes postseason, the district has four teams headed to the finals. In the Final Four of the 2016 PIAA Playoffs, the WPIAL was a four for five as Pittsburgh Central Catholic, Beaver Falls, Steel Valley and Clairton all won their Semifinals contests to advance to the state championships next weekend in Chocolate Town. The lone WPIAL champ that saw their season end was West Allegheny in 5-A on Saturday. Here are recaps from...
Article | Posted 2016/12/01 - 10:26am
When George Novak retired as the football coach at Woodland Hills earlier this month, he left a legacy of helping hundreds of players continue their careers at the college level. One of Novak's success stories is Jawan Turner, a standout defensive lineman at California University of Pennsylvania. Turner, who has been instrumental in the Vulcans undefeated season, is the focus of this week's WPIAL Alum Q&A. While at Woodland Hills, Turner was a key member of two teams that made it to the WPIAL Championship. As a sophomore in 2010, Turner and the Wolverines finished 9-4, falling to North...

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