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Superintendent: Brian J. White, Jr. Ed.D.
Principal: John Wyllie, ED.D.
Athletic Director: William Mylan
120 Campus Road, Butler, PA, 16001
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WPIAL Class 6A boys basketball breakdown
December 1, 2018
Class 6A Preseason Player of the Year Ethan Morton, Butler 6-5, Jr., point guard 24.6 ppg last season Players to watch Bryce Butler, Latrobe 6-5, Sr., G, 20.9 ppg Reed Fenton, Latrobe 6-4, Sr., G, 22.0 ppg Ryan Meis, Bethel Park 6-0, Jr., G, 15.0 ppg Dan Petcash, Pine-Richland 6-4,

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West Allegheny’s Nathan Dragisich named Trib HSSN Boys Soccer Player of the Year
Trib HSSN Boys Soccer Player of the Year Nathan Dragisich West Allegheny, senior, midfielder Playing at a fast, attacking pace, West Allegheny racked up 120 goals, 23 wins and a PIAA championship. Nathan Dragisich was out in front, leading the charge as the Indians went andquot;dragandquot; racing to their most

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WPIAL soccer players named to All-America, All-Region teams
November 29, 2018
The WPIAL received substantial recognition from the United Soccer Coaches -- the former National Soccer Coaches Association of America -- on Thursday. Four players from the district were lauded as All-Americans, and five more were named to All-Region II East teams. West Allegheny senior midfielder Nathan Dragisich and Butler senior

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WPIAL top 10: Longest playoff droughts
November 14, 2018
Pining for the playoffs With Mohawk, Canon-McMillan and West Greene recently ending WPIAL playoff droughts, here are the schools that haven't been to the postseason lately: School, Last appearance 1. Southmoreland, 1979 2. Leechburg, 1988 3. Brownsville, 2000 4. Carlynton, 2001 5. Albert Gallatin, 2005 6. Uniontown, 2009 7. Ellwood

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North Allegheny, Pine-Richland lead Class 6A all-conference football teams
November 12, 2018
North Allegheny and Pine-Richland each had six players earn first-team all-conference honors in WPIAL Class 6A. The two schools combined to fill all five offensive line spots. NA's Art Walker was named coach of the year. Central Catholic had five first-team selections and Canon-McMillan had three. Mt. Lebanon, Norwin and

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Six WPIAL soccer players up for All-American games
October 25, 2018
Six of the WPIAL's best soccer players are up for a national all-star game -- make that the national all-star game. The senior players are among the finalists on a season-long watchlist for the fall High School All-American games, set for Dec. 1 in Orlando, Fla. Organizers said final selections

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Greensburg Central Catholic volleyball rolls to 1st-round victory
October 24, 2018
Guarding against the prospects of another early exit from the WPIAL playoffs, Greensburg Central Catholic girls volleyball coach Courtney Stynchula used a different starting lineup for the third-seeded Centurions' first-round match Wednesday night against Jefferson-Morgan at Hempfield. The new-look Section 4-A champs responded with a 3-0 victory over the 14th-seeded

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Mohney brothers guide No. 6 Butler past No. 11 Latrobe in WPIAL 1st round
October 22, 2018
Latrobe entered the playoffs on a roll, going unbeaten in the final six games of the regular season to clinch a berth, but Monday night it ran into Butler's Mohney brothers. Tate Mohney had two goals and Landon Mohney scored once to lead the No. 6-seeded Golden Tornado past No.

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Westmoreland WPIAL boys soccer playoff preview capsules for Oct. 22, 2018
October 21, 2018
Boys soccer Class 4A No. 11 Latrobe (10-6-1) vs. No. 6 Butler (10-4-2) 7 p.m. Monday at Butler Winner plays: No. 3 Upper St. Clair (11-3-2) Coaches: Tom Kennedy, Latrobe; Troy Mohney, Butler Players to watch: Marshal Kalning, Sr., MF, Latrobe; Tate Mohney, Sr., F, Butler Corner kicks: After losing

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Butler ousts defending WPIAL champion Penn-Trafford from girls soccer playoffs
October 20, 2018
With his team trailing by a goal early, Steve Perri wanted the Butler girls to get to the perimeter and run wide on Penn-Trafford. He figured that could flip the game's momentum. Did it ever. Defending WPIAL Class 4A champion Penn-Trafford allowed the Golden Tornado to play that way and,

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