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Superintendent: Dr. Monique Mawhinney
Principal: Charlie Mort and Shawn Bennis
Athletic Director: Chuck Debor
1500 Pacific Avenue, Natrona Heights, PA, 15065
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5 players to watch in the opening round of the WPIAL boys basketball playoffs
February 15, 2019
The five-day forecast calls for cold weather across Western Pennsylvania, but here are five WPIAL boys basketball players worth braving the wind chill to watch. All five are in action during the first round of the WPIAL playoffs. Keandre Bowles, Woodland Hills, senior Bowles was the WPIAL's leading scorer in

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Alle-Kiski Valley high school wrestling notebook: Section title in sight for Burrell’s Gaul
February 13, 2019
Bryan Gaul spent much of the wrestling season on the sidelines because of a pair of injuries, one suffered at a preseason tournament and another at midseason. But the Burrell senior can become a four-time individual Section 3-AA champion if he takes home the title at Friday's tournament at Canon-McMillan,

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Late-season success pays dividends for A-K Valley boys basketball teams
February 12, 2019
St. Joseph boys basketball coach Kelly Robinson wondered early Friday evening about the potential ramifications of the Spartans' game that night against Leechburg. A win and St. Joseph would win the outright Section 3-A championship and a better WPIAL playoff seed. A loss would mean a three-way tie for first

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Breaking down the 2019 WPIAL boys basketball playoffs
Here is a breakdown of the 2019 WPIAL boys basketball playoffs: Class 6A Favorite: Senior guards Dan Petcash (22.2 ppg) and Greg Shulkosky (16.1) lead a high-scoring Pine-Richland lineup that enters the playoffs on a 19-game winning streak. The Rams average 79.7 points per game, which leads the entire WPIAL.

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Highlands cheer team has perfect ending, wins national title
February 10, 2019
The Highlands competition cheer squad might have been singing the blues following a rough outing at January's WPIAL competitive spirit championships, but the Rams were rocking in Cleveland to close the month. The Rams put their WPIAL woes behind them, regrouped and traveled north to the banks of Lake Erie

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A-K Valley lookahead for Week of Feb. 11, 2019
MONDAY Girls basketball: Deer Lakes and Freeport don't share the same section -- or even the same classification -- anymore, but will meet up in the first game of a girls-boys doubleheader at Deer Lakes. Both the host Lancers and visiting Yellowjackets qualified for the WPIAL playoffs, Deer Lakes in

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WPIAL boys basketball rankings for week of Feb. 10, 2019
February 9, 2019
Rankings Boys basketball Class 6A 1. Pine-Richland, 19-2, 2 2. Latrobe, 18-2, 1 3. Mt. Lebanon, 17-3, 3 4. Butler, 16-4, 5 5. Upper St. Clair, 19-3, 4 Out: none Class 5A 1. Mars, 21-1, 1 2. Moon, 21-1, 2 3. Penn Hills, 18-3, 3 4. Woodland Hills, 16-5, 5

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A-K Valley lookahead for Week of Feb. 4, 2019
February 3, 2019
MONDAY Girls basketball: The Section 1-4A playoff race is muddied, with Apollo-Ridge (14-5, 6-5) and Knoch (8-10, 6-5) holding on to the last two spots and Greensburg Salem (10-9, 6-5) right behind. Apollo-Ridge visits Highlands (2-16, 0-12), Knoch visits Freeport (14-3, 6-5) and Greensburg Salem hosts Indiana (7-13, 5-7). Leechburg

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A-K Valley notebook: St. Joseph grad stars in Super Bowl commercial
February 2, 2019
A former St. Joseph boys basketball standout will get a shining moment on professional football's biggest night. Chris Conroy, a 2005 St. Joseph graduate, is starring in a Super Bowl commercial for Mercedes Benz's A-Class model. In the ad, which was posted online Thursday and is titled andquot;Say The Word,andquot;

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Highlands boys run away from Mt. Pleasant in crucial section victory
February 1, 2019
Edging toward its 11th section title in school history, Highlands showed no letdown from Tuesday's big win at Knoch. The Golden Rams put on a show for the home fans Friday on senior night, rolling to an 86-59 victory over Mt. Pleasant in a Section 1-4A contest. Junior Johnny Crise

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