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North Allegheny, Pine-Richland lead Class 6A all-conference football teams
November 12, 2018
North Allegheny and Pine-Richland each had six players earn first-team all-conference honors in WPIAL Class 6A. The two schools combined to fill all five offensive line spots. NA's Art Walker was named coach of the year. Central Catholic had five first-team selections and Canon-McMillan had three. Mt. Lebanon, Norwin and

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Pine-Richland waltzes into WPIAL Class 6A football title game
November 9, 2018
Pine-Richland's celebration for earning a spot in the WPIAL Class 6A championship game began before halftime with a team dance on the sideline on Friday night. The Rams seemed to be in a defensive battle through one quarter with Mt. Lebanon, but a 39-point second quarter left no doubt. No.

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WPIAL high school football don’t-miss matchups for Week 11
November 8, 2018
Class 6A Semifinals No. 3 Mt. Lebanon (6-5) at No. 2 Pine-Richland (8-2) 7:30 p.m. Friday at Pine-Richland Stadium On the air: TribHSSN.triblive.com Last week: Mt. Lebanon 38, Canon-McMillan 31; Pine-Richland, bye Winner plays: Winner of No. 1 North Allegheny (10-0)/No. 5 Seneca Valley (8-3) Coaches: Mike Melnyk, Mt. Lebanon;

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Chick’s Picks winning the popular vote with her prognostication prowess
Welcome to Week 11 of the high school football season. Chick's Picks is glad the midterm elections are in the books. Campaigning during the season requires the utmost dedication and organization. Chick's Picks needed to remain focused on her weekly predictions, while ensuring she was a shoe-in for re-election --

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WPIAL releases sites for football quarterfinal, semifinal games
November 5, 2018
Norwin will host the WPIAL Class 5A championship game Nov. 23, but two weeks before that a pair of teams hoping to reach that game will meet at Knights Stadium. No. 1 Gateway and No. 9 Franklin Regional will play their WPIAL Class 5A quarterfinal at Norwin, the WPIAL revealed

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Mt. Lebanon’s Seth Morgan named Trib HSSN Football Player of the Week
November 4, 2018
Some teams would have cracked, Mt. Lebanon did not because of Seth Morgan. Following an emotional win over Central Catholic in Week 9 that secured third place in WPIAL Class 6A and a home playoff game, the Blue Devils found themselves trailing Canon-McMillan by seven at halftime. Then Mt. Lebanon

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5 things to watch in the opening round of the WPIAL football playoffs
November 1, 2018
South Fayette could've rematched New Castle in the WPIAL football playoffs, and Greensburg Salem could've visited conference foe Thomas Jefferson for the second time. Instead, the WPIAL avoided rematches. The football steering committee had historically avoided first-round rematches between conference opponents but nixed that unwritten rule three seasons ago when

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WPIAL top 10: Most playoff appearances
October 31, 2018
THE TOP 10 Playoff persistency Here is a list of the 10 schools with the most WPIAL playoff appearances. Schoolandamp;#0010;Appearances, First, Most recent 1. Aliquippaandamp;#0010;42, 1942, 2018 2. Jeannetteandamp;#0010;41, 1939, 2018 3. Mt. Lebanonandamp;#0010;39, 1941, 2018 4. Upper St. Clairandamp;#0010;37, 1974, 2018 5. Penn Hillsandamp;#0010;35, 1971, 2018 6. Washington 34,

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WPIAL football rankings for week of Oct. 28, 2018
October 27, 2018
WPIAL football rankings Class 6A 1. North Allegheny, 10-0, 2 2. Pine-Richland, 8-2, 1 3. Seneca Valley, 7-3, 4 4. Mt. Lebanon, 4-5, 5 5. Central Catholic, 7-2, 3 Out: none Class 5A 1. Gateway, 10-0, 1 2. Penn Hills, 10-0, 2 3. Peters Township, 8-2, 3 4. Penn-Trafford, 8-2,

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Mt. Lebanon defeats Central Catholic to secure 3rd place, home playoff game in Class 6A
Mt. Lebanon took advantage of early turnovers and a sloppy first half of play by Central Catholic en route to upsetting the Vikings, 17-7, on a rainy night at Highmark Stadium. Central Catholic fumbled on the second offensive play of the game, then again on the first play of its

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