Match-ups and sites for Central PA teams.
Next games set for area teams.
See which teams came out on top in the first round of the PIAA baseball and softball tournaments.
Olivia Andrews hit the game winner in extra innings, as BEA takes down Seton-LaSalle.
The Little Lions scored their only 2 runs in the first inning, and gave up another 7 unanswered, to fall 10-2.
The Dragons beat Quaker Valley, 4-1.
The Lady Rockets comeback effort falls short against Burgettstown.
Early first round action from the PIAA baseball tournament.
The Little Lions' season ends in the state quarterfinals, where they fell to North Allegheny, 3-1.
See the road to the championship for area teams.
See where area teams play, who they face, and when their games are scheduled.
The Crushers take down Juniata Valley, while the Eagles beat Hollidaysburg.
Bald Eagle and Southern Huntingdon softball teams upset higher-seeded opponents to win the AA and A softball championships.
The Little Lions move on in the PIAA boys' volleyball playoffs with their 3-2 victory, but Bishop Guilfoyle falls to Derry Area in the first round, 3-0.
Erin Pugh hit 3 RBI in the Red Raiders' 7-2 victory. This is their 8th district title in the last decade.
The Chucks win their 11th straight title with the 6-5 victory over St. Mary's in 9 innings.
The Little Lions won in walkoff fashion over Central Mountain, while the Dragons beat Bald Eagle, 5-1, on the strength of Mike Mock's 1-hitter.
With baseball heading to the District Title game this week, they join the Dragons' football and basketball teams - as all 3 made it to their respective championships this year
The Marauders will face Derry Area in the first round of the PIAA AA volleyball tournament, the same team that knocked BG out of the state playoffs last season.
3 individuals and a relay team won state titles on Saturday afternoon in Shippensburg.
The Bald Eagles move on to face Philipsburg-Osceola in the D6-AA Championship next week
2 Central PA athletes won State Championships on Friday.
A round-up from District 6 baseball and softball semifinals and action from District 5.
Ben Kasun had 32 assists in the win over Obama Academy.
See how the Marauders honored senior Robbie Gallagher, who had been out all year with an injury, in their District Title game.
Bedford and Chestnut Ridge are winners in District 5, while Forest Hills moves on to the semifinals.
The Little Lions beat Altoona for their 6th straight title, while the Marauders beat Forest Hills for their 2nd straight championship.
Check out the highlights and scores from the second round of baseball and softball action.
SC's Bryce Williams broke a 25-year-old record in the triple jump, with a mark of 48'7" (a foot and a half longer than the previous record).
Check out the highlights from the first-round D6-AA softball games.
Bishop Carroll hoops players Marcus Lee, Nick Burk and soccer player Alex Gruss signed to play their sports at the college level.
Bob Gongloff returns to Bishop Carroll after a 10-year absence. He led the Lady Huskies to state titles in 2002 and 2003.
NBC freshman Whitley Furry won 3 races at the District Championship.
Check out the full results form the D6-AA track championship held at Mansion Park.
Many of the races finished on Tuesday before the rain came, but the Championship meet will finish up on Wednesday.
Hollidaysburg defeated Bishop Guilfoyle in the tournament title game on Tuesday.
The Golden Tiger and Maurader boys' teams are still undefeated this season.
See the results from the Laurel Highlands Track Championships.
Little Lions shut out Altoona.
Mounties down Mt. Lions 9-3.
The Golden Tigers beat Altoona, while the Bald Eagles beat Clearfield on Thursday.
The Red Dragons beat the reigning Curve Classic champs, Hollidaysburg, 6-1, for the title.
The two teams will face off in Sunday's championship game.
Check out the highlights from Day 1 of the Curve Classic, featuring wins from Bishop Carroll and Altoona. (Central and Hollidaysburg won the night games).
Eagles shut out Hollidaysburg 12-0.
Bellwood-Antis senior Ellen Crook is one of USA Today's top 100 most inspirational high school athletes. Find out why in this story.
Central Pennsylvania student athletes honored for contributions on and off the field.
Former assistant and State College alum Matt Lintal promoted from within program.
The Marauders beat Clarion in the quarterfinals, 55-45, punching their ticket to play Vincentian in the PIAA semifinals.
The Tigers beat Bishop Guilfoyle, while the Rams took down Central Cambria in the LMHL quarterfinals.