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Apollo Ridge

Superintendent: Margaret Dininno
Principal: Clint Weimer
Athletic Director: Raymond Bartha
1825 State Route 56, Spring Church, PA, 15686
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A-K Valley high school football don’t-miss matchups for Week 8
October 17, 2018
Class 5A Northern Fox Chapel (2-6, 1-4) at Armstrong (3-5, 1-4) 7 p.m. Friday at David andquot;Redandquot; Ullum Field, Kittanning Last week: Mars 49, Fox Chapel 14; North Hills 20, Armstrong 9 Coaches: Tom Loughran, Fox Chapel; Frank Fabian, Armstrong Top players: Shane Susnak, Fox Chapel (Jr., 5-11, 175, QB);

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The Birdie thinks A-K Valley teams resemble scary movies
Last week: 10-1 (.909) Season: 72-17 (.809) The Birdie was watching television over the weekend when a commercial for the upcoming andquot;Halloweenandquot; movie filled his screen. Originally confused by some aspects of the film -- andquot;how does a mask's face ageandquot; and andquot;what happened with all the sequels in betweenandquot;

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A-K Valley lookahead for Week of Oct. 15, 2018
October 14, 2018
Monday Boys golf Burrell's Tiger Hubbard will aim for a top-22 finish and a trip to the state finals when he tees off at the PIAA Class AA Western Regional at Toms Run Golf Course. Hubbard, a senior, competed at the regionals as a sophomore and is coming off an

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Big-play Steel Valley overwhelms Apollo-Ridge
October 13, 2018
With only a couple of weeks remaining in the regular season, Steel Valley showed Friday night against Apollo-Ridge it is plenty capable of making splash plays and that it's rounding into postseason form. The Class 2A No. 2 Ironmen scored five touchdowns on plays of 40 or more yards en

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A-K Valley don’t-miss high school football matchups for Week 7
October 10, 2018
Class 5A Big East Latrobe (1-6, 1-4) at Plum (2-5, 1-5) 7 p.m. Friday, Mustangs Stadium, Plum On the air: 97.3 FM, 1480 AM; TribHSSN.triblive.com Last week: Penn-Trafford 27, Latrobe 7; Plum 45, Albert Gallatin 7 Coaches: Jason Marucco, Latrobe; Matt Morgan, Plum Top players: Zak Williams, Latrobe (Sr., 5-9,

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The Birdie says some A-K Valley teams’ seasons might turn into metaphorical pumpkin
Last week: 8-3 Season: 62-16 The Birdie made his weekly pilgrimage to Giant Eagle -- andquot;gotta respect a store named after a birdandquot; -- over the weekend and was surprised by the number of fall-related products he saw. andquot;Everything's got pumpkin spice in it now,andquot; he said. andquot;Coffee. Cereal. Cookies.

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A-K Valley girls soccer teams hoping best is yet to come with WPIAL playoffs looming
Melisa O'Toole recently saw something she waited for all season: a complete, 80-minute performance from her Kiski Area girls soccer team. A 4-0 victory over Gateway last week showcased the best the Cavaliers could offer offensively and defensively after a season of searching for both to show up at the

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A-K Valley lookahead for Week of Oct. 8, 2018
October 7, 2018
Monday Girls soccer andamp;#8226; With Apollo-Ridge and Highlands fighting for the postseason, each will play a pivotal Section 2-AA game. Fourth-place Highlands visits first-place Deer Lakes, which needs one win to claim the section title. Apollo-Ridge travels to second-place Burrell, which is looking to nail down a playoff berth. andamp;#8226;

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Valley takes down Apollo-Ridge to snap 5-game losing streak
October 6, 2018
Apollo-Ridge and Valley both came into Friday's Allegheny Conference contest thirsting to get back in the win column. Apollo-Ridge had lost three in a row, and Valley had dropped five straight since a Week Zero victory over Burrell. In the battle of the Vikings at Apollo-Ridge's Owens Field, Valley collected

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A-K Valley football notebook: Deer Lakes, Highlands running to success
October 4, 2018
Deer Lakes and Highlands are on a run thanks to the run. The schools might be known more for their high-octane passing games, but they're proving they can move effectively on the ground as well as through the air. Highlands' recent two-game winning streak came as a strong rushing attack

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