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Mount Pleasant

Superintendent: Dr. Emory DArcangelo
Principal: Kenneth Williams
Athletic Director: Allan Bilinsky
265 State Street, Mt. Pleasant, PA, 15666
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Basketball showcases on tap in Saturday’s 3 things to watch in high school sports
December 14, 2018
Tis the season for one-day showcase events. The trend in high school basketball in recent years is for teams to participate in one-day events for various causes held on Saturdays in December and January. One of those events takes place Saturday at Hempfield and will feature seven boys basketball games

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Hempfield girls win opener with new coach; will play Greensburg Salem
December 7, 2018
Another coaching change at Hempfield didn't appear to affect the Spartans in their season-opening girls basketball game, a 52-36 victory over Mt. Pleasant on Friday night at the Greensburg Salem Tip Off Tournament. Jessica Persin scored 18 points, including five 3-pointers, and Sarah Liberatore added 16 in Tom Brush's coaching

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WPIAL Class 4A boys basketball breakdown
December 3, 2018
Class 4A Preseason Player of the Year Johnny Crise, Highlands 6-7, Jr., forward 12.0 ppg last season Players to watch Danny Conlan, Quaker Valley 6-5, Sr., F, 12.0 ppg Aaron Hilzendeger, Ambridge 6-6, Sr., F, 19.2 ppg Jacob Johnson, Mt. Pleasant 6-2, Jr., G, 15.5 ppg Cam Nusser, Belle Vernon

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Norwin’s Carter Breen named Westmoreland County Boys Soccer Player of the Year
December 1, 2018
Tribune-Review Westmoreland Boys Soccer Player of the Year Carter Breen Sr., F, Norwin A flash down the far sideline, Norwin forward Carter Breen dashes into the final third of the field, uses an advanced move to leave a defender dizzy and canons one into the back of the net. He

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‘Seasoned group’ returns to help Mt. Pleasant girls return to WPIAL playoffs
November 28, 2018
The Mt. Pleasant girls basketball team spent the better part of the past decade developing a standard of excellence, one in which it challenged for section supremacy and became a perennial playoff participant. But last season was distinctive at Mt. Pleasant for what didn't occur. For the first time since

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Mt. Pleasant boys to lean on young roster for up-tempo style of play
There is a biblical phrase that reads andquot;A child shall lead them.andquot; That may end up being the motto for the Mt. Pleasant boys basketball team this season. Of the 18 players on first-year coach Allan Bilinsky's roster, more than half are first- and second-year players, including nine sophomores. andquot;We're

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Westmoreland high school notebook: Southmoreland’s Miller headed to RMU
Pipe dreams can come true. Just look at the Southmoreland softball program. The once-struggling Scotties won a WPIAL championship last spring. For decades, getting players to the Division I college level seemed nearly as improbable. But things sure have changed in Alverton. You just need Faith. Junior Faith Miller, a

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Pair reaches milestones as Mt. Pleasant closes with win over Uniontown
October 26, 2018
The Mt. Pleasant football team has been a little down on its luck, but the Vikings ended on a high note as two players achieved milestones and the team wrapped its season with a big 49-13 Class 3A Big East Conference win over visiting Uniontown. Quarterback Lucas Pieszak accumulated more

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Westmoreland boys soccer playoff preview capsules for Thursday’s quarterfinals
October 24, 2018
Boys soccer Class 4A Quarterfinals No. 2 Norwin (15-2-1) vs. No. 7 Peters Township (11-7) 8 p.m. Thursday at Norwin Winner plays: Winner of No. 3 Upper St. Clair (11-3-2)/No. 6 Butler (11-4-2) Coaches: Scott Schuchert, Norwin; Robert Dyer, Peters Township Players to watch: Carter Breen, Sr., F, Norwin; Christian

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Westmoreland County don’t-miss matchups for Week 9
Class 6A Seneca Valley (6-3, 4-3) at Norwin (3-5, 2-5) 7 p.m. Friday at Norwin Knights Stadium, North Huntingdon Last week: Pine-Richland 21, Seneca Valley 7; Mt. Lebanon 34, Norwin 28 Coaches: Ron Butschle, Seneca Valley; Dave Broseski, Norwin Top players: Gabe Lawson, Seneca Valley (Jr., 6-2, 190, QB); Jayvon

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