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From Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: Post-Gazette Athletes of the Week: Cole Ferri and Peyton Pinkney From Trib HSSN: WPIAL Girls Basketball Team of the Week: Week ending Jan. 18 From Pittsburgh Post-Gazette:   MLK Weekend Stand Against Violence basketball showcase

MLK Showcase Game Schedule & Stream

Join us for the 2nd Annual Martin Luther King Weekend Stand Against Violence Showcase. A total of 41 varsity games will be played over four days in two gyms, involving 53 teams (38 boys and 15 girls) from six states. The top national teams include Sunrise Christian Academy of Bel Aire, Kansas, ranked as the

Lady Wolverines Enter PIAA Class 5A Rankings at #5

The Woody High girls basketball team has entered the Trib High School Sports Network PA State basketball rankings.  Woodland Hills is ranked #5 in Class 5A.   WPIAL rival Chartiers Valley is ranked #1. See the full rankings:  CLICK HERE    

Coach Russell inducted into the PA West Soccer Hall of Fame

Long time Woodland Hills Varsity Soccer coach Delroy “Lucky” Russell was inducted into the PA West Soccer Hall of Fame.  Congrats Coach! The third class of the PA West Soccer Youth Hall of Fame features five inductees.  This class includes a member of the USYS Hall of Fame and former PA West Soccer Lifetime Achievement

Basketball Showcase to bring nation’s top teams, players to Woodland Hills for four-day event

“Last year, Woodland Hills athletic director Ron Coursey took it upon himself to organize the first Martin Luther King Weekend Stand Against Violence Basketball Showcase — a three-day tournament unlike any other in Western Pennsylvania, featuring 20 games between teams from five states. Coursey deemed the inaugural showcase an overwhelming success, even though some inclement

Lady Wolverines Have Successful Cleveland Trip

On Sunday, January 5th, the Girls’ Varsity Basketball team traveled to Rocket Mortgage Arena in Cleveland, Ohio to participate in the Court of Dream High School Hoops Showcase.  The Wolverines competed against a very talented Cleveland East Technical High School. After falling behind by 16 points, the Wolverines battled back and triumphed with a 60-50

Lady Wolverines Shine at Governor’s Challenge

The Woodland Hills Girls Basketball team took part in the 2019 Governor’s Challenge. The Governors Challenge Basketball Tournament held in Salisbury, Maryland,  is the largest holiday basketball tournament in the country. In its 39th year, the Governors Challenge brought nearly 130 teams together on Dec. 26-31, 2019. Results: South Lakes (Va.) 2021 forward Brianna Scott tallied 26 points and 10 boards

Woodland Hills girls out to prove early-season upsets are no fluke

Woodland Hills went into Peters Township’s gym Dec. 6 and left with a shocking 63-56 upset victory, snapping the Indians’ 30-game win streak in the process. But the Wolverines haven’t stopped there. They’ve won five out of seven games since, including a convincing 57-39 win Dec. 12 against section rival Oakland Catholic. Read the full