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Superintendent: Judith A.Swigart
Principal: Jon Mains/Chad Krehlik
Athletic Director: Mark Mears
131 High School Road, Latrobe, PA, 15650
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Mars boys, Peters Township girls stand atop Trib 10 basketball power rankings
February 13, 2019
Every Wednesday during the 2018-19 WPIAL basketball season, the TribLive High School Sports Network releases Power Rankings during the WPIAL Roundball Report at 6:30 p.m. Then, after the show, the Trib Ten is posted at TribHSSN.TribLive.com. These rankings have zero classification boundaries. Here are the ranking for the Week of

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Latrobe boys garner No. 2 seed, 1st-round bye in Class 6A playoffs
February 12, 2019
Latrobe felt like it was put under a microscope at Tuesday night's WPIAL basketball playoff pairings meeting. The boys basketball Section 3 champions figured they did enough to earn a top-three seed in Class 6A, yet had created some conversation and speculation about where they should go in the tournament

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Breaking down the 2019 WPIAL boys basketball playoffs
Here is a breakdown of the 2019 WPIAL boys basketball playoffs: Class 6A Favorite: Senior guards Dan Petcash (22.2 ppg) and Greg Shulkosky (16.1) lead a high-scoring Pine-Richland lineup that enters the playoffs on a 19-game winning streak. The Rams average 79.7 points per game, which leads the entire WPIAL.

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Westmoreland athletes of the week: Latrobe’s Bryce Butler, Penn-Trafford’s Bella Long
Bryce Butler School: Latrobe Sport: Basketball Class: Senior Claim to fame: Butler, a West Liberty (W.Va.) commit, scored 32 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to lead Latrobe (18-2, 10-0) to a 75-50 win over Hempfield in Section 3-6A action Feb. 8. Earlier in the week, Butler, who is averaging 22.4

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Latrobe boys hoping for top seed when WPIAL releases basketball playoff pairings
February 11, 2019
Latrobe has been in a number of close games. Like, let's-take-this-and-run games. All the while, the Wildcats have spent the majority of the boys basketball regular season as the No. 1-ranked team in WPIAL Class 6A. They have not lost to a WPIAL team since last year's quarterfinals. They have

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Latrobe divers strong again entering WPIAL championship meet
February 10, 2019
Latrobe has another bumper crop of divers. Four Wildcats qualified for the WPIAL Class AAA championship meet Feb. 23, the same number as last season. Two rank among the league's best. Junior Jordyn Miller (264.40) and sophomore Lauren Bisignani (251.35) stood second and fourth in Class AAA girls 1-meter 6

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Pine-Richland remains atop Trib HSSN PIHL power rankings
Every Monday during the 2018-19 PIHL hockey season, the TribLive High School Sports Network releases Power Rankings. These rankings have zero classification boundaries. Here are the rankings for the Week of Feb. 10. Overall record includes wins, losses, ties and overtime losses. PIHL TRIB 10 1. Pine-Richland Rams (16-0-0-1) (Last

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WPIAL boys basketball rankings for week of Feb. 10, 2019
February 9, 2019
Rankings Boys basketball Class 6A 1. Pine-Richland, 19-2, 2 2. Latrobe, 18-2, 1 3. Mt. Lebanon, 17-3, 3 4. Butler, 16-4, 5 5. Upper St. Clair, 19-3, 4 Out: none Class 5A 1. Mars, 21-1, 1 2. Moon, 21-1, 2 3. Penn Hills, 18-3, 3 4. Woodland Hills, 16-5, 5

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Westmoreland notebook: Penn-Trafford pair pledge to John Carroll football
John Carroll football is getting a package deal from Penn-Trafford. Not long after senior linebacker Niko Rosso committed to the Division III program in University Heights, Ohio, senior wide receiver/defensive back Dimitri George decided to join him. George (5-foot-10, 175 pounds) was the Warriors' go-to receiver last season for junior

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Perfect ending as Latrobe routs Hempfield to finish unbeaten in section
February 8, 2019
Latrobe wasn't about to let Hempfield spoil its first perfect section championship or its postgame net-cutting ceremony on its home floor. It's shiny, new floor the team has grown quite fond of. The top-ranked Wildcats trotted out the ladder and drew the scissors after holding off desperate Hempfield, 75-50, in

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