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Superintendent: Dr. Emory DArcangelo
Principal: Kenneth Williams
Athletic Director: Allan Bilinsky
265 State Street, Mt. Pleasant, PA, 15666
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Franklin Regional draws No. 1 seed in WPIAL Class 3A boys soccer playoffs
October 17, 2018
Franklin Regional coach Rand Hudson hoped his team would get the No. 1 seed in the WPIAL Class 3A boys soccer playoffs. All right, he just about expected it. How could he not The Panthers put together the most dominating regular season in program history. The Panthers (14-0-1) have allowed

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Tennis, soccer, volleyball on tap in Tuesday’s 3 things to watch in high school sports
October 15, 2018
A rainy Monday is expected to give way to a sunny Tuesday when the district continues its 2018 girls team tennis playoffs. The WPIAL postponed all eight quarterfinal matches Monday and re-scheduled for the same higher seed home sites on Tuesday at 3 p.m. The second round matches in Class

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Westmoreland high school football notebook: Big East coaches praise Penn-Trafford
October 11, 2018
Ask coaches from the Class 5A Big East Conference if they're surprised to see Penn-Trafford in the thick of the conference-title chase and you'll get the same answer presented a few different ways. Nope. No way. Of course not. Penn-Trafford has one of the most respected programs around, a sentiment

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Westmoreland County’s don’t-miss high school football matchups for Week 7
October 10, 2018
Class 6A Canon-McMillan (2-4, 1-4) at Norwin (3-4, 2-3) 7 p.m. Friday, Norwin Knights Stadium, North Huntingdon On the air: 1450 AM; andamp;#0010;TribHSSN.triblive.com Last week: Pine-Richland 38, Canon-McMillan 7; Central Catholic 35, Norwin 16 Coaches: Mike Evans, Canon-andamp;#0010;McMillan; Dave Brozeski, Norwin Top players: Joshua O'Hare, andamp;#0010;Canon-McMillan (Sr., 6-0, 185, RB);

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Deer Lakes rallies past Mt. Pleasant to capture Section 2-2A boys soccer title
October 9, 2018
Colton Spence probably has been tackled and fouled in the box a lot harder in his budding soccer career, but he had never had a follow-up penalty kick that carried so much significance. Spence, a sophomore from Deer Lakes, knocked in a PK to the left of reaching Mt. Pleasant

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Defending champs Central Catholic, Sewickley Academy advance to WPIAL golf finals
Central Catholic and Sewickley Academy will get a chance to defend their WPIAL boys golf team titles. Central Catholic, the defending Class AAA champion, and Sewickley Academy, the defending Class AA champion, both advanced to Thursday's WPIAL finals at Cedarbrook Gold Golf Course after placing in the top three at

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Mt. Lebanon, Sewickley Academy draw top seeds in WPIAL girls team tennis brackets
Mt. Lebanon in Class AAA and Sewickley Academy in AA drew top seeds in the WPIAL girls team tennis brackets revealed Tuesday. Mt. Lebanon tops the big-school field with Shady Side Academy seeded second in a tournament that starts Wednesday. The Class AAA first-round matches pair Mars at Fox Chapel,

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WPIAL boys, girls golf teams crowned section champions
The 2018 WPIAL boys' and girls' golf team championships are set for Thursday after the district crowned individual champions in those sports in recent weeks. Here is a rundown of all the section champions. Boys golf Class AAA Section 1: Latrobe Section 2: Belle Vernon and Thomas Jefferson Section 3:

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Westmoreland high school notebook: Latrobe’s Butler makes college decision
October 8, 2018
Bryce Butler likes to hustle to his team's end of the basketball court and score quickly. Keeping the offensive flow moving is what he knows. The get-it-and-go approach works at Latrobe and on the AAU circuit, and Butler fit in well with both uptempo programs. A Division II college team

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Turnovers help Burrell keep playoff hopes alive
October 5, 2018
Standing at midfield during pregame warmups, Burrell coach Shawn Liotta looked over at Mt. Pleasant in awe of the Vikings' size and numbers. He looked back and smiled. andquot;They had more numbers than we did, probably two or three times as many numbers as we did. But I'll take our

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