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Superintendent: Dr. Peter Carbone
Principal: Alvin B.Gipson
Athletic Director: Brandon LeDonne
100 Harding Avenue, Aliquippa, PA, 15001
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Penn Hills Hardy named TribHSSN football player of the week
December 10, 2018
The last shall be first. The TribLive High School Sports Network's final WPIAL Football Player of the Week award goes to a member of PIAA Class 5A undefeated state champion Penn Hills after a performance for the ages. Daequan Hardy had fans, coaches and the media comparing him to the

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Avante McKenzie scores 4 touchdowns as Aliquippa wins 3rd PIAA title
December 8, 2018
HERSHEY -- Avante McKenzie knows how it feels to watch others celebrate. His freshman year, Aliquippa lost badly here in Hershey and it stuck with his senior class ever since. The next two years they watched from a distance as a conference rival celebrated at Hersheypark Stadium instead of them.

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Aliquippa looks to maintain WPIAL success in PIAA Class 3A title games
December 6, 2018
Call it a hunch, but Middletown coach Brett Myers was confident that WPIAL champion Aliquippa would reach Hershey this year. Just consider the past two years. In 2016, Middletown made its first trip to Hershey and lost to WPIAL champion Beaver Falls. Middletown battled its way back to Hersheypark Stadium

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PIAA Class 3A championship breakdown: Aliquippa vs. Middletown
PIAA Class 3A championship Aliquippa (14-1) vs. Middletown (13-1) Noon, Saturday, Hersheypark Stadium, Hershey On the air: Video: PCN; Audio: Tribhssn.triblive.com, WBVP/WMBA (1230/1460) Coaches: Mike Warfield, Aliquippa; Brett Myers, Middletown PIAA titles: Aliquippa 2 (1991, 2003), Middletown 0 How they got here: District 3 champion Middletown defeated D12's Conwell-Egan in

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Road to Hershey hits final straightaway at PIAA finals
December 5, 2018
The finish line to the 2018 high school football season is in sight, and it's going to be a sweet ending for six teams. Part of that is winning a PIAA championship with the added bonus of doing it at the sweetest place on earth. For the 21st season in

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WPIAL Class 3A boys basketball breakdown
December 4, 2018
Class 3A Preseason Player of the Year Keeno Holmes, Lincoln Park 6-3, Sr., guard 23.0 ppg last season Players to watch Tyreek Davis, Avonworth 6-2, Sr., F, 15.7 ppg Isaac DeGregorio, North Catholic 5-10, Jr., G, 14.2 ppg Dan Etheridge, Washington 6-4, Sr., F, 16.8 ppg William Gipson, Aliquippa 6-4,

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Aliquippa’s M.J. Devonshire named Trib HSSN Football Player of the Week
December 2, 2018
It has been a special year for M.J. Devonshire and Aliquippa. Need a big play on offense, defense or special teams, he's your guy. andquot;M.J.'s performance was that of a senior leader who was doing everything he could to lead his team to a win,andquot; said Aliquippa first-year coach Mike

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Aliquippa routs Sharon to reach PIAA Class 3A championship game
December 1, 2018
SLIPPERY ROCK -- The opening sequences of Saturday's PIAA Class 3A semifinal game didn't go as Aliquippa planned it. The Quips fumbled twice, including the opening kickoff, and saw Sharon convert one miscue into a touchdown. But Aliquippa quickly recovered and scored on five consecutive possessions to roll past Sharon,

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PIAA Class 3A semifinals capsule: Aliquippa vs. Sharon
November 30, 2018
PIAA Class 3A Semifinals Aliquippa (12-1) vs. Sharon (10-3) 1 p.m. Saturday at Mihalik-Thompson Stadium, Slippery Rock University Winner plays: Middletown (13-1) or Scranton Prep (14-1) Coaches: Mike Warfield, Aliquippa; Jim Wildman, Sharon Statistical leaders Passing: A: Eli Kosanovich 137-217-2798 yards, 35 TDs, 3 INTs; S: Lane Voytik 211-334-2,624 yards,

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Five things to watch in this weekend’s state football semifinals
November 29, 2018
This weekend's state football semifinals are a WPIAL reunion of sorts. WPIAL champions Aliquippa, Steel Valley and Our Lady of the Sacred Heart are a win away from reaching the PIAA championships in Hershey. Standing in their way are Sharon, Wilmington and Farrell, three District 10 teams with deep WPIAL

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