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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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A-K Valley high school look-ahead: Week of Dec. 10, 2018
December 9, 2018
Monday Girls basketball andamp;#8226; Burrell and Deer Lakes shared a section in most seasons, but they split up after the PIAA went through realignment in the offseason. Still, they will meet for a nonsection game at Burrell. Senior Kaylen Sharrow leads the way for Burrell (1-1) after scoring in double

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A-K Valley basketball top storylines, players, teams to watch
December 6, 2018
The 2017-18 basketball season ended with six Alle-Kiski Valley teams in the PIAA playoffs, highlighted by the Highlands boys' run to the Class 5A quarterfinals. Record-breaking players and senior classes took their final bows. Then, the offseason, as it always does, brought change. Those seniors graduated, leaving roster holes that

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After winning past 12 WPIAL Class AA titles, Burrell wrestling not resting on laurels
December 5, 2018
As the Burrell girls soccer team prepared for a game this fall, members of the school's wrestling team ran laps around the track at Buccaneer Stadium. The wrestlers moved eventually to Puckety Church Road, running up the hill that divides the high school campus from Huston Middle School. Every practice

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WPIAL Class 4A boys basketball breakdown
December 3, 2018
Class 4A Preseason Player of the Year Johnny Crise, Highlands 6-7, Jr., forward 12.0 ppg last season Players to watch Danny Conlan, Quaker Valley 6-5, Sr., F, 12.0 ppg Aaron Hilzendeger, Ambridge 6-6, Sr., F, 19.2 ppg Jacob Johnson, Mt. Pleasant 6-2, Jr., G, 15.5 ppg Cam Nusser, Belle Vernon

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A-K Valley high school look-ahead: Week of Dec. 3, 2018
December 2, 2018
Monday Hockey andamp;#8226; Burrell can run its season-opening winning streak to 10 games if it can beat Connellsville in a Division II game at Pittsburgh Ice Arena. The Bucs lead the Division II standings by two games, outscoring their opponents 63-21. andamp;#8226; After a lopsided loss to West Allegheny, Fox

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Deer Lakes’ Madeline Boulos named Valley News Dispatch Girls Soccer Player of the Year
December 1, 2018
Valley News Dispatch Girls Soccer Player of the Year Madeline Boulos Deer Lakes, freshman, forward Madeline Boulos was one of the youngest players on Deer Lakes' girls soccer team this fall, but she quickly became one of the most important, too. The Lancers leaned into their youth movement the last

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Deer Lakes’ Jesse Greyshock named Valley News Dispatch Boys Soccer Player of the Year
Valley News Dispatch Boys Soccer Player of the Year Jesse Greyshock Deer Lakes, senior, goalkeeper Jesse Greyshock began his Deer Lakes varsity career in the midfield. He ended it two levels back, leading the Lancers to a historic season. In his second season as Deer Lakes' full-time goalkeeper, Greyshock brought

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Expectations high again for Highlands boys basketball
November 25, 2018
It's hard to believe Highlands boys basketball coach Tyler Stoczynski is entering his seventh season as the Rams coach. Along the way, Stoczynski transformed a one-win Highlands program into a perennial power. Nowadays, it seems like all the Rams do from year to year is reload on talent. andquot;We don't

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South Fayette’s Diven, Blackhawk’s Watson-Trent top Northwest Eight honors
Northwest Eight champion South Fayette earned nine first-team spots on the all-conference team including quarterback Jamie Diven, a 3,000-yard passer for the Lions. Joining him were Mike Trimbur, Tom Elia, Ryan Coe, Ben Coyne and Ryan Kokoski. Trimber, Elia and Coe were named first-team on both offense and defense. Diven

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Ex-Highlands player Courtney Udanis ready to oversee rebuild
First-year Highlands girls basketball coach Courtney Udanis has been there before. She played for the Rams during some pretty lean years. Udanis was a part of a freshman class that moved up to the high school ranks looking to turn around a struggling program. Two years later as a junior,

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