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Superintendent: Charles Baker
Principal: Keith Konyk
Athletic Director: George Linck
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Frazier’s Lawrence among top wrestlers returning in WPIAL Class AA
December 5, 2018
Returning PIAA Class AA champion Thayne Lawrence, Frazier (30-2 last season) andamp;#8226; The junior is a two-time WPIAL champion and won the 152-pound title. His career record is 67-8. Returning PIAA Class AA placewinners Christian Clutter, McGuffey (47-6) andamp;#8226; The senior has a 119-23 career record, was the WPIAL 170-pound

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Freedom’s Jayden Sharpless named Trib HSSN Girls Soccer Player of the Year
December 1, 2018
Trib HSSN Girls Soccer Player of the Year Jayden Sharpless Freedom, freshman, midfielder Freedom rang up goals at a WPIAL-best pace this season, and its freshman phenom provided much of the firepower. The younger sister of Florida Atlantic commit Myla Sharpless, Jayden adapted to the high school level quickly. She

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Tri-County South all-conference: California, Monessen, West Greene tied again
November 18, 2018
It's fitting that California, Monessen and West Greene tied with eight players apiece on the Tri-County South all-conference team. The three school finished the regular season in an unbreakable three-way tie for first place in the Class A conference. The WPIAL resorted to a rarely used coin flip to decide

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PIAA girls volleyball, soccer quarterfinals set in Saturday’s 3 things to watch in high school sports
November 9, 2018
While it was a great start to the state playoffs for soccer teams around the WPIAL, the same can't be said for district girls volleyball teams. Only five of 12 WPIAL teams were able to pick up victories in the opening round of the PIAA postseason on Tuesday. Among the

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PIAA girls soccer matchups finalized
November 4, 2018
The WPIAL girls soccer champions and other state qualifiers from the WPIAL have been determined, and those teams are set for what they hope are successful journeys in the PIAA playoffs that begin Tuesday at sites all throughout the state. Sixteen teams are ready for first-round matchups in each of

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WPIAL soccer, volleyball championships on tap in Saturday’s 3 things to watch in high school sports
November 2, 2018
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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Freedom, Bentworth set to face off for WPIAL Class A title
Girls soccer WPIAL championship Class A No. 1 Freedom (19-1) vs. No. 3 Bentworth (17-2) 11 a.m. Saturday, Highmark Stadium Coaches: Colin Williams, Freedom; Tyler Hamstra, Bentworth Players to watch: Jayden Sharpless, Fr, F, Freedom; Jocelyn Timlin, Jr., F, Bentworth Corner kicks: For the first time since Class A was

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WPIAL sets soccer championship schedule for Highmark Stadium
October 30, 2018
The WPIAL released the schedule for the upcoming eight soccer championship games, which will take place Thursday through Saturday at Highmark Stadium in Station Square. Thursday's schedule includes the Class A boys game between Avonworth and Greensburg Central Catholic at 6 p.m. and the Class AAA boys game between Franklin

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Bentworth ousts Greensburg CC girls from soccer playoffs
October 27, 2018
The end of the road in Greensburg Central Catholic girl's soccer team's quest for a back-to-back WPIAL Class A championships came at 1000 Weigles Hill Road Saturday afternoon at Elizabeth Forward. The Centurions were in a battle against an opportunistic offense that scored two quick first-half goals and a goalkeeper

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Westmoreland girls soccer playoff preview capsules for Saturday’s semifinals
October 25, 2018
girls soccer Class 4A Semifinals No. 2 Norwin (15-2) vs. No. 3 Peters Township (15-3) 5 p.m. Saturday at Elizabeth Forward Winner plays: Winner of No. 1 Seneca Valley (14-2)/No. 4 Upper St. Clair (13-3) Coaches: Lauren Karcher, Norwin; Pat Verab, Peters Township Players to watch: Lacey Bernick, So., MF,

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