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Superintendent: Sandra Hennon
Principal: Mark Frengel
Athletic Director: Mike Tinstman
2497 Harlansburg Road, New Castle, PA, 16101
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WPIAL Class 2A girls basketball breakdown
December 5, 2018
WPIAL Class 2A Preseason Player of the Year Shamyjha Price Bishop Canevin 5-9, Sr., guard 14.4 ppg last season Players to watch Dymond Crawford Jeannette 5-9, Sr., G, 20.4 ppg Gigi Mele-Madigan Serra Catholic 5-7, Sr., G, 11.5 ppg Natalie Murrio Brentwood 5-6, Sr., G, 9.0 ppg Ashley Norling OLSH

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Steel Valley’s Todd Hill named Trib HSSN Football Player of the Week
October 28, 2018
For some teams, the regular season was an uphill climb. For opponents of 2016 Class 2A champion Steel Valley, that climb is about to get a lot steeper. After losing to Shady Side Academy in Week 3, the Ironmen have been dominant in winning six straight games and outscoring their

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The Daily 3: Your Guide to the WPIAL
WPIAL girls soccer semifinals on tap in Saturday’s 3 things to watch in high school sports
October 26, 2018
In this decade, Peters Township and Norwin have each captured two WPIAL girls soccer championships. On Saturday, the Indians and Knights square off for a spot in the Class 4A district title game. The match at Elizabeth Forward is one of eight semifinals as eight teams will be one step

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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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Laurel defeats Sto-Rox to keep playoff hopes alive
October 20, 2018
Friday's Class A Big Seven Conference game between Laurel and Sto-Rox had the look of a political battle. Laurel ran a conservative, between-the-tackles offense, while Sto-Rox was more liberal with its offensive sets, spreading four, and sometimes five, receivers in its pass-first attack. On this night, the conservative philosophy proved

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5 things to watch for in Week 8: Class 6A playoff field still wide open
October 18, 2018
One or two upsets could turn the WPIAL's largest classification upside down. For instance, win out and Seneca Valley might earn the No. 2 seed, a first-round bye and a home game in the semifinals. Lose both Well, if that happens, then the Raiders could be sitting home when the

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Chick’s Picks learns breaking down the WPIAL playoff picture no easy task
Welcome to Week 8 of the high school football season. At this point in the season, Chick's Picks often seeks the help of experts. That is, experts in the field of the WPIAL football playoff picture. This can become quite a complicated matter in some conferences, so Chick's Picks likes

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Pine-Richland’s Luke Meckler named Trib HSSN Football Player of the Week
September 30, 2018
Every football coach preaches all week about starting fast and scoring first. There's fast, and then there is what Pine-Richland and running back Luke Meckler

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OLSH rolls past Laurel after slow start
September 29, 2018
Things didn't start the way Our Lady of Sacred Heart had hoped on homecoming Saturday against Laurel. One of Class A's top teams trailed 7-6

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WPIAL Class 3A boys golf semifinals part of Tuesday’s 3 things to watch in high school sports
September 24, 2018
For the second time in three years, the WPIAL Class AAA boys individual golf championships will be held at the prestigious Oakmont Country Club. The

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