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Plum seniors Julia Vargo, at left, and Makayla Jackson set up to receive a serve in warmups before a section match with McKeesport on Sept. 17, 2020, at Plum High School.
Alle-Kiski Valley flush with volleyball prowess
September 20, 2020
When Plum girls volleyball coach Kelsey Bonk observed her team’s senior night ceremony Thursday before a match with McKeesport, she was reminded of the potential for the season with a rather experienced squad.

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Kenny Blake (right) and Lebryn Smith (left) run through a defensive backs drill during practice on Friday, Sept. 18 at Kiski Area.
Kiski Area football deals with ‘weird’ times in prep for Monday night game
The Kiski Area football team is in an interesting position.

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Members of the Fox Chapel boys and girls cross country teams break out from the start of their time trial at the Gingerbread Man Kiski Cavalier Invitational on Sept. 18, 2020, at Northmoreland Park in Allegheny Township.
Indiana’s Beckwith, Kiski Area’s Miller claim titles at unique Kiski Cavalier Invitational
September 18, 2020
Cool and breezy morning weather gave way to comfortable afternoon temperatures as some of the WPIAL’s top runners kicked off their fall seasons Friday at the Gingerbread Man Kiski Cavalier Invitational at Northmoreland Park in Allegheny Township.

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Seneca Valley’s Jim Royal goes through drills during work outs Wednesday, July 29, 2020 at Seneca Valley High School.
5 things to watch in Week 2: Seneca Valley among 7 teams ready for delayed openers
Tired of making each other black and blue, Seneca Valley’s football players want to hit somebody not wearing blue and black.

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Deer Lakes’ Bruce Allman warms up before playing against Freeport last week.
A-K Valley don’t miss high school football matchups for Week 2
September 17, 2020
Class 5A nonconference

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Leechburg and quarterback Dylan Cook made The Birdie look good with their win over Greensburg Central Catholic in Week 1.
The Birdie crowing about perfect start to A-K Valley football season
Last week: 8-0 (100%)

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Kiski Area’s Jack Dilts works out during practice on June 18, 2020.
Defense, running game set to lead Kiski Area
September 7, 2020
Teams are always in search of their identity, and it took the Kiski Area Cavaliers a little longer than expected to find theirs in 2019.

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Apollo-Ridge’s Klay Fitzroy intercepts a pass intended for New Brighton’s Jake Francona last season.
The Birdie whistling a happy tune now that football is back in the A-K Valley
September 5, 2020
The TribLive HSSN high school sports staff logged on to a video conference call for the annual high school football preseason meeting.

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Kiski Area’s Sam Albert (center-left) will look to lean on his senior running back Kenny Blake (far left) and their running game this season while Burrell’s Shawn Liotta (center-right) will lean on his air-raid, run-and-shoot style offense with senior quarterback Alex Arledge at the helm. Albert represents the coaches who lean on the running game and Liotta is a coach who leads the new wave of coaches that lean on a fast-paced passing offense.
Run vs. Pass: Fast-paced, high-scoring offenses finding a home in Alle-Kiski Valley
When Shawn Liotta took over the Burrell football program two years ago, he brought a fast-paced and exciting passing offense with him.

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Kiski Area High School students, Jordan Fairman, Eliza Miller, and Lizeth Sesmas, run during a cross country practice on Sept. 4, 2020.
Cross country coaches make tweaks to run meets, generate ‘enthusiasm, optimism’
With the hope of having a fall high school season and understanding meets most likely would take a form unlike any before, cross country coaches throughout the WPIAL collaborated with each other and others from across the country to develop ideas as well as generate enthusiasm and optimism.

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