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Superintendent: Charles Reina
Principal: Michael Allison
Athletic Director: Donald Short
1215 Longvue Avenue, Aliquippa, PA, 15001
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Ellwood City girls hold out hope for playoff berth in Saturday’s 3 things to watch in HS sports
February 9, 2019
The 2019 WPIAL boys and girls playoff fields are finally set. Well, the girls' side is nearly finalized. One team will find out if it is headed to the district playoffs or if it will be home listening to the postseason on Trib HSSN. The strange thing is the team

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Trib HSSN boys bowler of the week: Hopewell’s Christopher George
December 28, 2018
Hopewell senior Christopher George has rocketed to the top of the individual average list in the Western Pennsylvania Interscholastic Bowling League. George leads the Northwest section and is second overall in boys average through the four December matches. He put down 2,716 pins through 12 games in Hopewell's four December

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Hopewell hires Rochester’s Weiss as football coach
December 17, 2018
Hopewell hired Rochester assistant Matt Weiss as its new football coach, the school announced Monday. Weiss, a Rochester graduate, coached at his alma mater for the past 10 years. The Rams were WPIAL Class A runners-up this past season. At Hopewell, Weiss replaces Mark Washington, who resigned after four seasons.

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WPIAL team wrestling rankings for week of Dec. 10, 2018
December 11, 2018
WPIAL wrestling rankings Class AAA Rank, Team, record, previous 1. Kiski Area, 0-0, 1 2. Canon-McMillan, 0-0, 2 3. Hempfield, 0-0, 3 4. Seneca Valley, 0-0, 4 5. Waynesburg, 1-0, 5 6. Franklin Regional, 0-0, 6 7. Connellsville, 0-0, 7 8. Greensburg Salem, 0-0, 8 9. Thomas Jefferson, 5-0, NR

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Frazier’s Lawrence among top wrestlers returning in WPIAL Class AA
December 5, 2018
Returning PIAA Class AA champion Thayne Lawrence, Frazier (30-2 last season) andamp;#8226; The junior is a two-time WPIAL champion and won the 152-pound title. His career record is 67-8. Returning PIAA Class AA placewinners Christian Clutter, McGuffey (47-6) andamp;#8226; The senior has a 119-23 career record, was the WPIAL 170-pound

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WPIAL Class AA preseason wrestling rankings
WPIAL Class AA preseason team rankings Rank, team, last season's record 1. Burrell, 13-7 andamp;#8226; The Bucs return 11 starters and have won 12 consecutive WPIAL titles. They are the team to beat until someone defeats them. 2. Freedom, 11-6 andamp;#8226; The Bulldogs reached the semifinals and finished fourth in

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Several wrestlers return after reaching PIAA Class AAA tournament
December 4, 2018
Returning PIAA Class AAA champions Alejandro Herrera, Seneca Valley (46-8 last season) The sophomore won the 106-pound state title and placed second in the WPIAL. Sam Hillegas, North Hills (32-1) The junior is a two-time PIAA champion, winning the 126-pound title in 2018. He has a 85-1 career record. Ryan

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AD Ryan Matsook seeks football coach who’ll unite Western Beaver, Lincoln Park
December 3, 2018
Western Beaver needs a new football coach and there's a state-title winner already working in the district. A cooperative agreement with Lincoln Park makes the job more attractive, said athletic director/vice principal Ryan Matsook, but no, he's not a candidate. andquot;That's been the hot topic of discussion,andquot; Matsook said with

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PIAA football playoffs: 30 years in 30 days — Hopewell runs to title in ’02
November 22, 2018
The PIAA had been hosting state playoffs in all but one fall high school sport since 1976. Soccer, volleyball, tennis, golf, cross country and field hockey all crowned state champions once the district playoffs concluded. The lone exception to the fall state playoff slate was high school football. It wasn't

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Tri-County West all-conference: Aliquippa’s Devonshire, Moreland earn MVP honors
November 18, 2018
Aliquippa teammates MJ Devonshire and Solvauhn Moreland, two-way standouts for the WPIAL champion, swept conference MVP honors in the Tri-County West. Devonshire earned the award for offense, Moreland was named the top defender and each received first-team all-conference recognition on both sides of the ball. In all, the Quips earned

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