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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 notebook: Fox Chapel boys flash early potential
December 9, 2018
Zach Skrinjar said Saturday night he pays more attention to the numbers directly after a team's name than the ones directly in front. By that criteria and more, the Fox Chapel boys basketball coach came away pretty pleased with his team's showing at the season-opening Plum tournament. Fox Chapel upended

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A-K Valley high school look-ahead: Week of Dec. 10, 2018
Monday Girls basketball andamp;#8226; Burrell and Deer Lakes shared a section in most seasons, but they split up after the PIAA went through realignment in the offseason. Still, they will meet for a nonsection game at Burrell. Senior Kaylen Sharrow leads the way for Burrell (1-1) after scoring in double

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A-K Valley basketball top storylines, players, teams to watch
December 6, 2018
The 2017-18 basketball season ended with six Alle-Kiski Valley teams in the PIAA playoffs, highlighted by the Highlands boys' run to the Class 5A quarterfinals. Record-breaking players and senior classes took their final bows. Then, the offseason, as it always does, brought change. Those seniors graduated, leaving roster holes that

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A-K Valley high school look-ahead: Week of Dec. 3, 2018
December 2, 2018
Monday Hockey andamp;#8226; Burrell can run its season-opening winning streak to 10 games if it can beat Connellsville in a Division II game at Pittsburgh Ice Arena. The Bucs lead the Division II standings by two games, outscoring their opponents 63-21. andamp;#8226; After a lopsided loss to West Allegheny, Fox

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Deer Lakes’ Madeline Boulos named Valley News Dispatch Girls Soccer Player of the Year
December 1, 2018
Valley News Dispatch Girls Soccer Player of the Year Madeline Boulos Deer Lakes, freshman, forward Madeline Boulos was one of the youngest players on Deer Lakes' girls soccer team this fall, but she quickly became one of the most important, too. The Lancers leaned into their youth movement the last

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Alle-Kiski Valley high school notebook: Zolnierczyk named player of year
November 28, 2018
Mike Zolnierczyk shut down most of what came his way from Springdale's opponents this fall, and opposing coaches apparently took notice. WPIAL coaches recently voted Zolnierczyk, Springdale's star senior goalkeeper, Class A boys soccer player of the year after he backstopped the Dynamos to the WPIAL semifinals. andquot;It feels great

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Alle-Kiski valley high school notebook: Kiski Area grad faces Steelers
November 21, 2018
The man who will try to slow down the Pittsburgh Steelers' offense Sunday hails from the Alle-Kiski Valley. Denver Broncos defensive coordinator Joe Woods, a 1988 Kiski Area graduate, will call the plays Sunday as the Steelers visit Broncos Field at Mile High at 4:25 p.m. A longtime defensive backs

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Apollo-Ridge girls basketball must adjust to playing up in classification
November 19, 2018
The Apollo-Ridge girls basketball players were road warriors last season with several long bus rides for section games. That changed in the offseason when the Vikings decided to play up to Class 4A and received a section assignment with opponents closer to home base. Jim Callipare, beginning his sixth year

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In second stint, Fox hopes to guide Apollo-Ridge boys team into playoffs
When Greg Fox began his second stint as Apollo-Ridge's boys basketball coach in May, he felt he inhertited a team with a lot of talent that can make waves in and out of section play. Three sophomores who cut their teeth as varsity starters last year -- guards Keighton Reese,

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Alle-Kiski Valley high school lookahead: Week of Nov. 11
November 11, 2018
Monday Hockey First place in PIHL Division II is on the line as Burrell (6-0) takes on Central Valley (5-1). The Bucs have 43 goals, 16 more than the second-highest total in Division II this season. Tyler Stewart and Dylan Zelonka have 23 points apiece. Knoch will try to keep

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