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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’s Jayla Wehner (right) had three college offers before verbally committing to Marian, a NAIA program in Indianapolis.
High school notebook: Norwin backcourt drawing college interest
August 17, 2019
Norwin will have one of the top backcourt duos in WPIAL girls basketball next season in senior point guard Jayla Wehner and shooting guard Olivia Gribble.

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Penn-Trafford’s Chase Burk intercepts a pass intended for a Southmoreland receiver in the the Westmoreland County Coaches Association 7-on-7 tournament on Thursday, July 18, 2019, at Greater Latrobe High School.
Penn-Trafford has championship aspirations
August 16, 2019
Penn-Trafford is a program that never seems to take a heavy hit from graduation losses.

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Bri Guy (standing) is filling in for girls soccer coach Ashley Davis at Greensburg Central Catholic.
Westmoreland high school notebook: GCC interim coach Guy breaks ice
Bri Guy met with her Greensburg Central Catholic girls soccer players for the first time on a sizzling and muggy Thursday morning in Carbon.

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Twin sisters Meghan and Ella Zambruno will lead the Greensburg Central Catholic girls golf team in the 2019 season.
Westmoreland high school golf preview: Zambrunos (again) lead GCC girls
August 14, 2019
The name Zambruno in the Greensburg Central Catholic girls golf program is as recognizable as a golf brand emblazoned on a driver, bag, ball or article of apparel.

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Gateway’s Tui Brown prepares for the 2019-2020 season August 6, 2019.
WPIAL Class 5A football breakdown: Parity expected for ‘deepest classification in the state’
Despite what Penn Hills did last season, the tide of public opinion in Class 5A football is shifting.

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Gateway’s Derrick Davis stiff-arms West Allegheny’s Ian McBain en route to a third quarter touchdown during their WPIAL Class 5A semifinal Friday, Nov. 16, 2018, at West Mifflin.
WPIAL football position-by-position breakdown: Scouting the running backs
August 13, 2019
High school football has become a pass-oriented game, but that doesn’t mean teams across Western Pennsylvania have abandoned running the football.

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Penn-Trafford head coach John Ruane watches the action at the Westmoreland County Coaches Association 7on7 tournament on Thursday July 18, 2019 at Latrobe High School.
Pace picks up with high school football camps set to open
August 10, 2019
Watch a Penn-Trafford football practice and the first thing you notice is structure. Players know where to be, when to be there and the effort required in each drill.

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Norwin’s Tanner Krevokuch scores on a pass from quarterback Jack Salopek against Penn-Trafford during the WCCA 7-on-7 football tournament championship game on Thursday, July 18, 2019 at Greater Latrobe High School. Norwin beat Penn-Trafford 24-13.
Westmoreland notebook: ‘Heat week’ leads into start of training camp
August 3, 2019
“Heat week” begins Monday around the state as football teams get set to open camps Aug. 12.

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North Hills’ Sam Hillegas is one of the returning champions for the Powerade Wrestling Tournament, which will include 14 new participating schools in the 54-team field.
Powerade field adds nationally ranked team
July 28, 2019
When Canon-McMillan athletic director and Powerade Tournament director Frank Vulcano announced the 2019 holiday wrestling tournament field in June, he said he was still hoping to add one of the top teams in the country.

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Franklin Regional soccer coach Rand Hudson prepares his team for the upcoming 2018 season Wednesday, Aug. 15, 2018.
Westmoreland high school notebook: PIAA denies WPIAL soccer request
July 20, 2019
WPIAL soccer coaches won’t get their wish — at least not in the near future — but there always is room for speculation when a potential rule change begins to get a push for acceptance.

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