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South Fayette’s Diven, Blackhawk’s Watson-Trent top Northwest Eight honors
November 25, 2018
Northwest Eight champion South Fayette earned nine first-team spots on the all-conference team including quarterback Jamie Diven, a 3,000-yard passer for the Lions. Joining him were Mike Trimbur, Tom Elia, Ryan Coe, Ben Coyne and Ryan Kokoski. Trimber, Elia and Coe were named first-team on both offense and defense. Diven

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North Allegheny’s Huang finishes second at PIAA singles tournament
November 3, 2018
North Allegheny's Ashley Huang returned to the championship match of the state singles tournament, but she fell one set short of defending her title. Huang dropped a tight three-set match to North Penn's Neha Velaga in the PIAA Class AAA singles final Saturday at Hershey Racquet Club. After Huang won

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Labuda shines as Belle Vernon rolls past Beaver in WPIAL Class 4A quarterfinals
November 2, 2018
There wasn't much Belle Vernon junior Nolan Labuda didn't do Friday night. The talented wide receiver/defensive back, who also started under center for the Leopards, ran for three touchdowns, threw for a pair, caught another and had an interception on defense as third-seeded Belle Vernon scored 35 unanswered points to

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WPIAL soccer, volleyball championships on tap in Saturday’s 3 things to watch in high school sports
If you can't make it to Highmark Stadium or Fox Chapel High School, you can watch all-day action of the WPIAL soccer and volleyball finals on Solid Gold Saturday on the TribLive High School Sports Network. The lineup for the four remaining soccer championships: Girls A -- Freedom vs. Bentworth

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WPIAL singles, doubles champions advance in PIAA tournament
It was a good day to be a WPIAL champion Friday at the PIAA singles and doubles tournaments at Hershey Racquet Club. Both district singles champions and the two doubles teams that claimed WPIAL gold were victorious in the first round and quarterfinals. North Allegheny's Ashley Huang earned two straight-set

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Chick’s Picks won’t be swayed by swag when making predictions
November 1, 2018
Welcome to Week 10 of the high school football season. After conference play wrapped up last Friday night, the t-shirts began rolling in. Conference champion t-shirts, that is. Chick's Picks' agent spent most of his weekend sorting through the flood of conference champ paraphernalia and letters that had been sent

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The Birdie makes a muddy mess before this week’s Westmoreland County games
October 31, 2018
Last week: 12-1 (92.3%) Season: 107-24 (81.7%) Dripping wet and covered in slop, the Birdie returned home from a recent game but neglected to take his dad sneakers off when he entered his front door. Mrs. Birdie blew the whistle before he took a second step. andquot;She had a bonafide

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WPIAL football rankings for week of Oct. 28, 2018
October 27, 2018
WPIAL football rankings Class 6A 1. North Allegheny, 10-0, 2 2. Pine-Richland, 8-2, 1 3. Seneca Valley, 7-3, 4 4. Mt. Lebanon, 4-5, 5 5. Central Catholic, 7-2, 3 Out: none Class 5A 1. Gateway, 10-0, 1 2. Penn Hills, 10-0, 2 3. Peters Township, 8-2, 3 4. Penn-Trafford, 8-2,

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WPIAL football don’t-miss matchups for Week 9
October 25, 2018
Here's a look at some don't-miss matchups in each classification for Week 9: Class 6A No. 5 Mt. Lebanon (4-5, 4-3) at No. 3 Central Catholic (7-2, 5-2) 7:30 p.m. Friday, Highmark Stadium On the air: TribHSSN.triblive.com Last week: Mt. Lebanon 34, Norwin 28; Central Catholic 35, Canon-McMillan 7 Coaches:

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Embarrassing encounter doesn’t shake Chick’s Picks’ Week 9 high school football predictions
Welcome to Week 9 of the high school football season. Chick's Picks headed back to her hometown for a special event this week. Throughout the course of the day, Chick's Picks ran into many former acquaintances that she had not seen in quite some time. During one conversation in particular,

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