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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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Alle-Kiski Valley high school lookahead: Week of Nov. 11
November 11, 2018
Monday Hockey First place in PIHL Division II is on the line as Burrell (6-0) takes on Central Valley (5-1). The Bucs have 43 goals, 16 more than the second-highest total in Division II this season. Tyler Stewart and Dylan Zelonka have 23 points apiece. Knoch will try to keep

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George Guido: A-K Valley football teams failed to surpass .500 record
November 6, 2018
For the first time since 1909, there are no Alle-Kiski football teams that finished over .500. Of course, there were only a handful of teams that were around in 1909 -- New Kensington, Tarentum, Ford City, Apollo, Aspinwall and Parnassus. Forbes Field opened that year, William H. Taft was in

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A-K Valley high school notebook: Local teams embrace unknown
November 4, 2018
It's the time of the schedule where local teams venture out into the unknown. The PIAA playoffs begin Tuesday in soccer and volleyball, with the Deer Lakes boys soccer team and the Freeport and Knoch girls volleyball teams representing the Alle-Kiski Valley. Deer Lakes plays District 10 champion Fairview at

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Kiski Area’s Shreffler hopes experience pays off at PIAA championship meet
November 2, 2018
Kiski Area senior Kierra Shreffler knows what the PIAA cross country course at the Hershey Entertainment Complex can deliver, and she hopes to run her best race there Saturday in her third and final attempt. andquot;The course at Hershey is very tough, mentally and physically,andquot; Shreffler said. andquot;To have those

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A-K Valley football notes: Colecchi nears Kiski Area receiving record
Jack Colecchi knows he'll face a difficult challenge Friday, but if he rises to it, he can put his name into Kiski Area's record books. The Kiski Area senior wide receiver comes into Friday's WPIAL Class 5A first-round game at No. 1 Gateway needing 20 yards to become the school's

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A-K Valley lookahead for Week of Oct. 29, 2018
October 28, 2018
Monday Boys soccer: Deer Lakes will attempt to make it to Highmark Stadium for the first time as it takes on Section 2-AA rival Shady Side Academy in the WPIAL semifinals. The Lancers went 1-0-1 against the defending WPIAL champions during the regular season, but the 11th-seeded Indians upset North

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Latrobe tops Highlands to enter playoffs on 3-game streak
October 26, 2018
It was pretty clear early Friday night at Highlands Golden Rams Stadium which team was streaking into the playoffs and which wasn't. Backed by AJ Rock's season-high 207 yards rushing and a stout defensive effort, the Wildcats closed the regular season in convincing fashion with a 39-13 nonconference win over

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Strong showing for Riverview boys, girls at WPIAL cross country championships
October 25, 2018
The Riverview, Greensburg Salem and North Allegheny cross country programs compete in different classifications, but after Thursday's WPIAL championship meet on the Roadman Park course at Cal (Pa.), they have something in common. They will have their boys and girls teams competing at the PIAA championships Nov. 3 in Hershey.

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The Birdie has no plans to retire from picking games in the A-K Valley
October 24, 2018
Last week: 11-2 (.846) Season: 83-19 (.814) The news last week of Big Bird's retirement took The Birdie by surprise, as he always looked up to the andquot;Sesame Streetandquot; legend, both literally and metaphorically. But what really shocked the Alle-Kiski Valley's picks expert was the revelation that Big Bird himself

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Westmoreland County don’t-miss matchups for Week 9
Class 6A Seneca Valley (6-3, 4-3) at Norwin (3-5, 2-5) 7 p.m. Friday at Norwin Knights Stadium, North Huntingdon Last week: Pine-Richland 21, Seneca Valley 7; Mt. Lebanon 34, Norwin 28 Coaches: Ron Butschle, Seneca Valley; Dave Broseski, Norwin Top players: Gabe Lawson, Seneca Valley (Jr., 6-2, 190, QB); Jayvon

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