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Superintendent: Ronald Dufalla
Principal: Jason Olexa
Athletic Director: Rick Huffman
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Baldwin, Brentwood, Thomas Jefferson boys basketball teams look forward to 2018-19 season
December 8, 2018
Here's a look at the boys basketball teams in the South Hills Record coverage area: Baldwin Eugene Wilson, first-year coach at Baldwin, has an extensive basketball background. He is aiming to use his experience and knowledge to help guide the Highlanders to a successful season in 2018-19. andquot;This preseason, we

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WPIAL Class 2A girls basketball breakdown
December 5, 2018
WPIAL Class 2A Preseason Player of the Year Shamyjha Price Bishop Canevin 5-9, Sr., guard 14.4 ppg last season Players to watch Dymond Crawford Jeannette 5-9, Sr., G, 20.4 ppg Gigi Mele-Madigan Serra Catholic 5-7, Sr., G, 11.5 ppg Natalie Murrio Brentwood 5-6, Sr., G, 9.0 ppg Ashley Norling OLSH

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Despite being undersized, Brentwood’s Bauer named top lineman in Three Rivers Conference
December 4, 2018
Luke Bauer stands 5-foot-10 and weighs 200 pounds when he's soaking wet. That's undersized for any athlete battling in the trenches on a high school football team. Some would consider it almost Lilliputian. But Bauer enjoyed a gigantic season for the Brentwood football team, standing head and shoulders above the

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Brentwood set to host annual tip-off basketball tournament
November 30, 2018
It has become a time-honored tradition at Brentwood High School. The Brentwood High Athletic Boosters' annual tip-off basketball tournament will take place Friday and Saturday (Dec. 8-9) at both the Brentwood high school and middle school gyms. The boys tourney consists of Brentwood, Carrick, Northgate and Propel Montour. The girls

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Brentwood football hopes to rebound next season around ‘good nucleus’
November 23, 2018
It was a tough season for the Brentwood football team in 2018. The Spartans finished 3-4 in the Class 2A Three Rivers Conference and 4-6 overall. Brentwood's four victories were achieved against nonconference foe Carrick, 35-7, and conference opponents Fort Cherry, 28-7; South Side Beaver, 26-7; and Carlynton, 34-21. andquot;I

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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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Brentwood volleyball trio honored by WPIAL
November 16, 2018
Three members of the Brentwood girls volleyball squad landed first-team all-section honors this year. Seniors Anna Betz (middle hitter/defensive specialist), Brooke McQuillan (outside hitter/defensive specialist) and Natalie Murrio (outside hitter/defensive specialist), who helped spark the Spartans to a second-place tie in Section 3-A and a WPIAL playoff berth, received first-team

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WPIAL high school football don’t-miss matchups for Week 11
November 8, 2018
Class 6A Semifinals No. 3 Mt. Lebanon (6-5) at No. 2 Pine-Richland (8-2) 7:30 p.m. Friday at Pine-Richland Stadium On the air: TribHSSN.triblive.com Last week: Mt. Lebanon 38, Canon-McMillan 31; Pine-Richland, bye Winner plays: Winner of No. 1 North Allegheny (10-0)/No. 5 Seneca Valley (8-3) Coaches: Mike Melnyk, Mt. Lebanon;

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Five things to watch in Week 11 of high school football
Washington and Steel Valley are powerhouse programs that rank among the WPIAL elite. But the rest of this year's Class 2A quarterfinal field should provide hope to any struggling football team that dreams of someday finding success. Consider that Burgettstown, Charleroi, Freedom, Mohawk, Shady Side Academy and South Side Beaver

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Notebook: Thomas Jefferson volleyball earns No. 3 seed in playoffs
October 26, 2018
Notebook items from around the South Hills: andamp;#8226; Thomas Jefferson and Laurel Highlands tied for first place in Section 3-3A in girls volleyball this season, as the Jaguars won their seventh consecutive section title and ninth in 10 years. TJ and Laurel Highlands finished 13-1, followed by Elizabeth Forward (10-4)

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