See the highlights from the District 6 meet, and find out which teams won the D5 and D9 meets.
Check out the highlights from the boys' quarterfinals and girls' semifinals.
Watch the semifinal highlights to see who will face each other in the D5-AA girls' hoops title game.
Click on the documents to see the brackets of the district 5 boys and girls hoops tournament.
Click on the documents to see the brackets of the District 6 boys and girls basketball tournaments.
3 Bearcast wrestlers won individual titles to propel Huntingdon to their team win.
Bishop Carroll wins their first LHAC crown, while JV pulls off a 1 point win over NBC in the ICC and CT takes down Shanksville in the WestPac.
Westmont wins the LHAC, while Bellwood takes the ICC and Portage wins their second WestPac title in a row.
The Golden Tigers held off the Little Lions, 56-53.
Chestnut Ridge wins the D5 title, while St. Mary's wins D9.
Check out the high school basketball and wrestling action from Friday night.
Jack Grassmyer, the son of a former Lady Lion player, is honored at the Altoona-Hollidaysburg girls' basketball game.
The Hilltoppers hand Johnstown their first loss of the season, to earn the 1st ever Tomahawks' Cup Championship.
The Marauders took down the Hornets, 76-46.
Kyla Irwin scored 24 points in State College's 65-60 win over Holy Redeemer.
The Tigers scored the game winner in the final 20 seconds of the game.
The Hollidaysburg girls and BG boys highlight a night of high school hoops.
Check out the boys and girls hoops action from Wednesday night.
Check out the hoops action from Saturday afternoon.
The girls fell to Blairsville by 2 points, while the boys beat Fairview in the championship games of the BG Holiday Classic.
Check out the basketball action from Monday night, including a Penns Valley boys' win over Central.
The Golden Tigers earn the 6-4 victory on Monday.
Bearcat 145-lb Champ Jacob Oliver was named Outstanding Wrestler in the tourney.
The Dragons and Wildcats' seasons end on Saturday, as both teams lose in the PIAA quarterfinals.
The Bison lose to Berwick, 44-7, while the Titans fall to North Catholic, 48-7.
Hollidaysburg's Brandon Ritchey scores 5 goals and has 3 assists in the Golden Tiger's 11-7 win over Central Cambria.
Look at the schedule for the local football teams still going in the PIAA football playoffs.
The Wildcats rally in the 4th quarter to beat the Marauders and move on in the PIAA playoffs.
The Bison stomp on Jersey Shore, 27-8, to move on in the PIAA football playoffs.
The Dragons take down undefeated Richland in the D6-AA Championship.
The Gremlins take down the Lions in the first round of PIAA football action.
The Titans down the top seed, Berlin, 42-14 to move on in the PIAA football playoffs.
Check out the schedule for the AA/A District title games, and other PIAA playoff games in AAAA/AAA.
Check out the highlights from the Forest Hills/Central, Tussey/Shade, Curwensville/Redbank and Brockway/Clarion games.
The Marauders will play Bishop Carroll or Homer Center in the D6-A title game.
Berlin will play either Tussey Mountain or Shade in the District 5-A Title game.
Check out the highlights and post-game reaction from 3 District Title games and highlights from a few semifinal matchups.
Rams blow past Tyrone to return to championship game.
Check out the high school football playoff games from Saturday night, 11/9.
The top seed takes down the Trojans to move on in the District 6-AAA playoffs.
The top-seed Rams move on easily in the D6-AA playoffs.
The 7-seeded Rangers upset the 2-seeded Trojans 14-13.
The top-seeded Lions take down Westinghouse in the D-5 AA playoffs.
The Mustangs take down the Bobcats in the first round of the D6-A playoffs.
The 7-seeded Panthers take down the other Panthers, the 2 seed, in the D5-A playoffs.
The Titans advance in the D5-A playoffs.
The Golden Tide easily move on in the D9-A playoffs.
Check out the action from the first round of the PIAA playoffs, plus a PSU-Minnesota preview, and the Lady Lions open up their season.
Huskies earn revenge from late-season loss to advance in Dist. 6/9 AAAA playoffs.
Forest Hills' Caitlyn Gallaher was chosen out of 48,000 applicants for the honor.