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Superintendent: William Urbanek
Principal: Scott Hagy
Athletic Director: Mark Elphinstone
1000 Kelton Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA, 15216
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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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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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PIAA golf, tennis tournaments on tap in Tuesday’s 3 things to watch in high school sports
October 22, 2018
The first day of the PIAA golf championships are in the books from the Heritage Hills Golf Resort, and a handful of district golfers in the hunt for state gold. WPIAL Class AAA girls champion Caroline Wrigley of North Allegheny shot a 2-over par 74 and has a one-stroke lead

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WPIAL boys soccer rankings for week of Oct. 15, 2018
October 15, 2018
Here's a look at the latest WPIAL boys soccer rankings for the week of Oct. 15, 2018: Class 4A 1. Seneca Valley, 13-2-1, 1 2. Norwin, 14-2-1, 2 3. Pine-Richland, 10-3-3, 3 4. Upper St. Clair, 10-3-2, 5 5. Butler, 10-4-1, NR Out: North Allegheny, 10-5, 4 Class 3A 1.

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Keystone Oaks snaps 3-game skid with nonconference rout over Deer Lakes
October 13, 2018
Greg Perry was all smiles in the moments after his Keystone Oaks football team finished off a 50-0 nonconference victory over Deer Lakes at Dormont Stadium. The homecoming win improved the Golden Eagles to 5-3 ahead of next Friday's crucial Tri-County West Conference matchup at Class 3A No. 1 Aliquippa.

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Trib HSSN athletes of the week: North Allegheny’s Caroline Wrigley, Keystone Oaks’ Dom Kimmerle
October 9, 2018
Dom Kimmerle School: Keystone Oaks Class: Senior Sport: Soccer Claim to fame: Kimmerle has been a stalwart in goal for the Golden Eagles this season. Kimmerle has manned the net during nine shutout victories, helping Keystone Oaks jump to a 12-0 record overall and 11-0 in Section 1-2A. Keystone Oaks

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WPIAL boys golf semifinals on tap in Tuesday’s 3 things to watch in high school sports
October 8, 2018
Last week, the WPIAL crowned Central Catholic's Jimmy Meyers and Riverside's Skyler Fox as 2018 Class AAA and AA individual boys golf champions, respectively. The title was the third straight for Fox, a junior. On Tuesday, the first step toward crowning boys golf team champions begins with the Class AAA

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WPIAL boys soccer rankings for week of Oct. 8, 2018
Here's a look at the latest WPIAL boys soccer rankings: Class 4A 1. Seneca Valley, 12-1-1, 1 2. Norwin, 12-1-1, 4 3. Pine-Richland, 8-3-3, NR 4. North Allegheny, 9-4, 2 5. Upper St. Clair, 8-3-2, 3 Out: Butler, 8-3-1, 5 Class 3A 1. West Allegheny, 15-0, 1 2. Franklin Regional,

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Brickner’s big night carries Beaver Falls over Keystone Oaks
October 5, 2018
Dayln Brickner wants to play football and baseball at the next level. Already with a baseball offer from Youngstown State, the Beaver Falls senior quarterback also picked up a football offer from the school Friday afternoon. On Friday night, Brickner showed why. Brickner ran for 248 yards, threw for 58

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Repeat titles the theme for WPIAL team golf playoffs
Sewickley Academy's quest for a a record sixth straight WPIAL Class AA boys golf title will begin Tuesday as the Panthers join eight other teams at a semifinal tournament at Butler's Golf Course in Elizabeth. Turtle Creek had the boys record for consecutive team titles, winning five from 1934-38, until

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