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Superintendent: Dr. Matthew Harris
Principal: Tony Aquilio
Athletic Director: Kerry Hetrick
P.O. Box 530, Harrison City, PA, 15636
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Norwin clinches Section 3-AAAA title by beating rival Penn-Trafford
October 15, 2018
A year after the balance of power in a decades-long girls soccer rivalry shifted to Penn-Trafford, Norwin regained command. The top-ranked Knights swept the regular-season series from Penn-Trafford and clinched the Section 3-AAAA title with a 4-1 victory Monday night at rain-soaked Knights Stadium in North Huntingdon. It was the

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Westmoreland high school notebook: Greensburg Salem boys soccer in win-and-in scenario
October 13, 2018
Greensburg Salem's boys soccer playoff fate will come down to the last night of section play. The top four teams in each section go to the WPIAL postseason. The Golden Lions are tied for fourth place with Trinity at 6-5 and both teams play Tuesday night. Greensburg Salem hosts Laurel

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Offensive firepower returns to lineup for Penn-Trafford hockey team
October 12, 2018
Chris Cerutti spent the last two years as an assistant coach at Penn-Trafford working with the forwards under Rob Baker before taking over as the head coach this season. In his time as an assistant he saw a lot of potential in the current group and with six of the

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No. 2-ranked Norwin boys shut out rival Penn-Trafford
October 11, 2018
With the section title all but locked up, one might think the Norwin boys soccer team might have fallen flat heading into the Thursday night's game against Section 3-4A rival Penn-Trafford -- wrong. The Knights came to play. Carter Breen scored twice as No. 2-ranked Norwin rolled to a 6-0

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Westmoreland high school football notebook: Big East coaches praise Penn-Trafford
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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WPIAL team golf titles up for grabs in Thursday’s 3 things to watch in high school sports
October 10, 2018
Four champions will be crowned Thursday at the 2018 WPIAL team golf championships at Cedarbrook Golf Course in Rostraver. Six teams make up the championship field in boys Class AAA and AA. Four teams are in the girls finals in Class AAA and AA. In boys' Class AAA, Central Catholic,

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Westmoreland County’s don’t-miss high school football matchups for Week 7
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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WPIAL boys, girls golf teams crowned section champions
October 9, 2018
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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North Allegheny, three others advance to WPIAL Class AAA girls golf finals
Three-time defending champion North Allegheny led a quartet of teams that advanced to Thursday's WPIAL Class AAA girls golf championships at Cedarbrook Golf Course in Belle Vernon. The Tigers topped the field of 10 teams at Monday's team semifinals at Rolling Hills Golf Course. Caroline Wrigley's 3-under 70 and Bella

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