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Superintendent: Michael Brinkos
Principal: Mark Holtzman
Athletic Director: Charles Kiss
1960 Eden Park Boulevard, McKeesport, PA, 15132
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Shaler’s Mekhi Reynolds battles against McKeesport’s Justin Todd during a WPIAL Class 5A playoff game Feb. 18, 2019, at Fox Chapel.
Shaler defeats McKeesport, celebrates 1st playoff win since ’12
February 19, 2019
It’s been awhile since this kind of celebration was heard inside Shaler’s locker room.

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Canon-McMillan wins WPIAL Junior High title; Latrobe has 4 champions
February 18, 2019
Canon-McMillan took home the team title at the 2019 WPIAL Junior High championships Saturday at Norwin, but the Latrobe Black team had the most individual champions with four.

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McKeesport’s Haley Hertzler drives against Greensburg Salem’s Nikki Mellinger during a WPIAL playoff game Feb. 18, 2019, at Fox Chapel.
McKeesport’s pressure rattles Greensburg Salem girls in 1st-round win
With leading scorer Jhayla Bray spending most of the first half on the bench with foul trouble, McKeesport’s defense started strong and built a double-digit lead Monday night against Greensburg Salem.

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Gatewayճ Derrick Davis breaks open field and heads toward the end zone against Kiski Area, Friday Nov 2, 2018, at Gateway.
Gateway football will play national power Massillon next fall
February 16, 2019
There is another WPIAL school that will be following Penn-Trafford to Massillon, Ohio this upcoming football season to play the Washington High School Tigers.

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5 players to watch in the opening round of the WPIAL boys basketball playoffs
February 15, 2019
The five-day forecast calls for cold weather across Western Pennsylvania, but here are five WPIAL boys basketball players worth braving the wind chill to watch. All five are in action during the first round of the WPIAL playoffs. Keandre Bowles, Woodland Hills, senior Bowles was the WPIAL's leading scorer in

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Woodland Hills’ Keandre Bowles dunks over Gateway’s William Kromka (23) and R.J. Stevenson during their game Friday, Dec. 14, 2018, at Woodland Hills.
5 players to watch in the opening round of the WPIAL boys basketball playoffs
The five-day forecast calls for cold weather across Western Pennsylvania, but here are five WPIAL boys basketball players worth braving the wind chill to watch.

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Southmoreland’s Maggie Moore and the Scotties will play Apollo-Ridge in the first round of the WPIAL Class 4A playoffs.
Westmoreland basketball playoff preview capsules for Monday’s games
February 13, 2019
Monday’s games

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Breaking down the 2019 WPIAL boys basketball playoffs
February 12, 2019
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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McKeesport football fills Week 2 vacancy with defending PIAA champion
February 7, 2019
McKeesport searched both out of state and internationally for a football team to fill its Week 2 vacancy, but ultimately scheduled a five-time PIAA champion instead. Erie's Cathedral Prep will visit Weigle-Schaeffer Stadium on Sept. 6. andquot;We actually had talks with a team from Canada that was supposed to come

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3 WPIAL players added to Big 33 Football Classic roster
Three WPIAL football players joined Pennsylvania's roster for the Big 33 Football Classic. Thomas Jefferson lineman Dom Serapiglia, Seneca Valley inside linebacker Jake Stebbins and McKeesport outside linebacker Thomas Wyatt were announced Thursday as replacements for the high school football all-star game. Pine-Richland linebacker Tyler King was among the three

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