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Superintendent: Dr. Linda Lane
Principal: Mr. Dennis Chakey
Athletic Director: Patrick Schlemmer
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The puck is seen during an NHL Stadium Series hockey game between the Philadelphia Flyers and the Pittsburgh Penguins at Lincoln Financial Field, Saturday, Feb. 23, 2019, in Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum)
PIHL roundup for March 5, 2019: Peters Township blanks Canon-McMillan
March 5, 2019
First period goals from Torrey Schwartz and Nico Watsula, as well as a 17-save performance by Alex Wilbert led Peters Township to a 3-0 victory over Canon-McMillan (6-13-1) in a PIHL Class AAA Penguins Cup first round game Tuesday at Southpointe’s Printscape Arena.

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High school wrestling notebook: Norwin’s Phipps, North Hills’ Hillegas chasing 3rd WPIAL titles
February 25, 2019
Norwin junior Kurtis Phipps and North Hills junior Sam Hillegas could reach a WPIAL milestone at the WPIAL/Southwest Regional Class AAA wrestling championships Friday and Saturday at Canon-McMillan.

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Penn-Trafford’s Reaghan Panza has her shot blocked by Trinity’s Courtney Dahlquist during their WPIAL Class 5A first round playoff game Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2019, at Mt. Lebanon High School.
High school roundup for Feb. 19, 2019: Canon-McMillan rallies past North Allegheny
February 18, 2019
The Canon-McMillan boys basketball team trailed by 10 points after three quarters of a WPIAL Class 6A first-round playoff game against North Allegheny.

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Trib HSSN PIHL Player of the Week: Jack Duggan, Sewickley Academy
February 10, 2019
Entering Sewickley Academy's game against Beaver last Monday, only one Panther had more than 10 goals this season. Thanks to a five-goal performance from senior forward Jack Duggan, that number is now two. Duggan's five-goal, two-assist performance in a 12-3 win not only was his best game of the season,

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WPIAL wrestling teams find out opponents for PIAA team tournament
February 3, 2019
Now that the Burrell and Kiski Area wrestling teams have successfully defended their WPIAL titles, they can focus on winning PIAA championships. The PIAA team tournament begins Monday in both Class AAA and Class AA. Canon-McMillan, which defeated Waynesburg for third place in Class AAA, will travel to Pittsburgh to

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PIAA spirit championship highlights Saturday’s 3 things to watch in high school sports
January 11, 2019
Last week was the district championships, now it's time to be aggressive, b-e aggressive as the PIAA holds its competitive spirit state championships. Last week at the WPIAL championships, it was a repeat performance as Bethel Park in Class AAA, Elizabeth Forward in AA and Chartiers-Houston in A won back-to-back

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Trib HSSN’s PIHL Player of the Week: Burrell’s Dylan Zelonka
January 6, 2019
Five of the top 12 point scorers in the PIHL's Division II classification play on one team, the division's best team. Burrell is one of the three unbeaten teams in the PIHL, at 13-0, as a result of Thursday's 7-6 win over Central Valley. In that contest, senior Dylan Zelonka,

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The Daily 3: Your Guide to the WPIAL
Mike Rettger tournament to feature top matchups in Tuesday’s 3 things to watch in high school sports
December 10, 2018
The format is the same for most WPIAL boys and girls basketball teams. Open the season in a tip-off tournament, play a nonsection tune-up or two and then jump into section play for three or four games before the holidays. However, for four boys hoops teams, it has become a

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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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Don Rebel: Tough to see struggles for tradition-rich City League
September 27, 2018
First it was Allegheny High School, then South High School, then Langley and Oliver, followed by Schenley and Peabody. One by one, the Pittsburgh City

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