— PittsburghTribSports (@TribSports) August 31, 2015
Therran Coleman led Brashear to the 2014 City League championship
— Chris Peak (@PantherLair) August 30, 2015
Brashear cornerback Coleman picks Pitt, by Jerry DiPaola.
West Mifflin’s Ahmer Foy
West Mifflin will enter season without a bona fide No. 1 running back, by Kevin Ritchart.
Plum tackle Jake Tecak
Plum tackle Tecak ready to make an impact, by Michael Love.
Uniontown’s Ariene Washington
Uniontown’s Washington poised to have a breakout season, by Dave Stofcheck.
Leechburg’s Dalton Knapp
Leechburg’s Burtick, Knapp developing rapport in passing game, by Jerin Steele.
ON THE COURSE
Knoch’s Nathaniel Pettit, Mandi Moxie, and Brandon Grumski
Knoch cross country runners continue to push each other, by Doug Gulasy.
ON THE TUBE
Comcast announced today its 13th season of Xfinity High School Sports Game of the Week will feature a 12-week WPIAL schedule, with nine regular-season games, three playoff games and appearances by a minimum of four schools from each classification:
Sept. 4: Montour at Central Valley
Sept. 11: Beth-Center at Greensburg Central Catholic
Sept. 18: McKeesport at Penn-Trafford
Sept. 25: South Park at Keystone Oaks
Oct. 2: Jeannette at Springdale
Oct. 9: Charleroi at Washington
Oct. 16: Sto-Rox at South Fayette
Oct. 23: Baldwin at Canon-McMillan
Oct. 30: Ringgold at Trinity
Nov. 6: WPIAL first round
Nov. 13: WPIAL quarterfinals
Nov. 20: WPIAL semifinals