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PIHL High School Hockey Notebook

Welcome to the first ever regular season edition of “PIHL Notebook,” formerly dubbed “PIHL News and Notes,” your weekly companion to “The PIHL Power Play” on the MSA Sports Network.

WPIAL Girls Basketball - 2010-2011 Season Review

It was a golden start to a new decade for four WPIAL girls basketball teams last March when they captured district titles at the AJ Palumbo Center.

This Week on the MSA Sports Network

We split our focus between the state high school football playoffs and the start of the winter high school sports season in this first full week of December here on the MSA Sports Network.

2011 PIAA FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS

All sixteen games are in the books from Quarterfinals Weekend and all four WPIAL champions are now headed to the state Semifinals. North Allegheny beat State College for the fourth time in just over 14 months on Saturday afternoon while Montour needed a big comeback to advance as both Aliquippa and Clairton cruised to victories, including the 45th consecutive win for the Bears.

PIAA Football Quarterfinals Recaps

So far so good for the District 7 champions in the PIAA Football Playoffs as all four teams swept their way through to the Final Four. Montour in AAA had to come way back from a big early deficit but survived to move on Friday, while North Allegheny in AAAA, Aliquippa in AA and Clairton in A enjoyed e

Scholastic Notebook

If you look back at what made this a WPIAL championship season for the Montour football team, there were a number of factors. Having talented offensive players might be the primary reason.

But another big reason might have been a change in personnel late in the season.

Big Game Hunting - WPIAL Football Four-Pack

The District-Seven banner is in the hands of four very good football teams as we head to the PIAA quarter finals, is there a chance for the WPIAL to win all four state titles? I say yes, though it will certainly be very  tough.

MSA Sports Top Seven - PIHL High School Hockey

Each Wednesday during the regular season, MSA Sports will rank the top seven teams in all four classifications/divisions in the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Hockey League. Here are the rankings for the week of November 27th.

WPIAL Edges Ohio in Girls Volleyball All-Star Event

Just like it was in the inaugural Interstate Girls Volleyball All-Star Match in 2010 between these two superbly talented squads, Sunday afternoons match would require the dramatic "short game" to decide the winner at Girard High School.

This Week on the MSA Sports Network

We move from district high school football playoffs to state high school football playoffs as November turns to December this week on the MSA Sports Network.

North Allegheny, Montour, Aliquippa & Clairton Win 2011 WPIAL Football Crowns

After four weeks of somewhat predictable and at times thrilling football, the Highway to Heinz has officially been shut down to allow four teams to celebrate and parade around with their new golden crowns. Two teams defended their titles from a year ago (with one of them successfully defending for a third straight year) while one team celebrated their first title since 2008 and the ot

NA Wins Second Straight Quad-A Title In Overtime Thriller Over USC

North Allegheny’s Mack Leftwich scored the game winner in overtime and the Tigers defense held Upper St. Clair scoreless to win their second straight WPIAL Quad-A Championship with a 28-21 victory. Leftwich carried twenty times for 117 yards and threw for 148 yards on 10 of 16 to keep the Tigers on the Road to Hershey in defense of their PIAA title as well.

The Drive Leads Aliquippa Past Jeannette for AA Crown

Third time is the charm for Aliquippa’s Mikal Hall as a last-minute drive gives the Quips a 14-7 victory over Jeannette in the Class AA championship game.

Aliquippa adds a 14th WPIAL title to its all-time best trophy case in its 100th season.

District College Football Recap

The California Vulcans traveled to North Carolina for Division II playoff action on the MSA Sports Network. Here is a recap of the game:

Montour Finally Golden After Knocking Out Knoch for AAA Gold

The Montour Spartans won their first WPIAL title since 1964 as the Spartans handled the Knoch Knights 42-14 at Heinz Field in the McDonald’s Class AAA Championship Game. Julian Durden ran for 159 yards and four touchdowns as Montour goes to 10-3 and advances into the state playoffs to meet Grove City, a 33-0 winner over Erie Cathedral Prep last night.

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