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Superintendent: Dr. Matthew Harris
Principal: Tony Aquilio
Athletic Director: Kerry Hetrick
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High school basketball notebook: LV guard Marinchak serves 1-game suspension
February 14, 2019
Ligonier Valley junior guard Michael Marinchak missed the Rams' regular-season finale Thursday at Bedford but he will return for the start of the District 6 playoffs. Marinchak had to serve a one-game suspension for his ejection in the Rams' last game. He picked up two technicals in the Heritage Conference

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Westmoreland County frontcourt players making impact away from the post
Marrek Paola doesn't try to buck trends. Sometimes, it just happens. The 6-foot-8 senior basketball player from Ligonier Valley likes to be stylish but can't always find clothes to fit. Skinny jeans Forget about it. andquot;It can be tough,andquot; Paola said. andquot;T-shirts aren't too bad, but pants can be a

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Latrobe boys garner No. 2 seed, 1st-round bye in Class 6A playoffs
February 12, 2019
Latrobe felt like it was put under a microscope at Tuesday night's WPIAL basketball playoff pairings meeting. The boys basketball Section 3 champions figured they did enough to earn a top-three seed in Class 6A, yet had created some conversation and speculation about where they should go in the tournament

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Westmoreland athletes of the week: Latrobe’s Bryce Butler, Penn-Trafford’s Bella Long
Bryce Butler School: Latrobe Sport: Basketball Class: Senior Claim to fame: Butler, a West Liberty (W.Va.) commit, scored 32 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to lead Latrobe (18-2, 10-0) to a 75-50 win over Hempfield in Section 3-6A action Feb. 8. Earlier in the week, Butler, who is averaging 22.4

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Latrobe boys hoping for top seed when WPIAL releases basketball playoff pairings
February 11, 2019
Latrobe has been in a number of close games. Like, let's-take-this-and-run games. All the while, the Wildcats have spent the majority of the boys basketball regular season as the No. 1-ranked team in WPIAL Class 6A. They have not lost to a WPIAL team since last year's quarterfinals. They have

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Westmoreland notebook: Penn-Trafford pair pledge to John Carroll football
February 9, 2019
John Carroll football is getting a package deal from Penn-Trafford. Not long after senior linebacker Niko Rosso committed to the Division III program in University Heights, Ohio, senior wide receiver/defensive back Dimitri George decided to join him. George (5-foot-10, 175 pounds) was the Warriors' go-to receiver last season for junior

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Penn-Trafford girls bounce rival Latrobe to qualify for WPIAL playoffs
February 8, 2019
Apparently, the Penn-Trafford girls basketball team didn't like missing out on the WPIAL playoffs last season. The Warriors missed out on the postseason for the first time in 10 years last season. On Friday night, they made sure to return. The Warriors celebrated senior night by defeating rival Latrobe, 62-32,

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Versatile Penn-Trafford looks to threaten in WPIAL playoffs
After a two-year hiatus from postseason play, the Penn-Trafford boys basketball team will make its return to the WPIAL playoffs this month after its third-place finish in Section 3-6A. It's been a substantial turnaround for the Warriors (12-8, 6-4). In each of the last two seasons, the program lost 16

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Penn-Trafford girls set up win-and-in finale by defeating Woodland Hills
February 6, 2019
As a 13-point lead dimmed to eight with about a minute to play, Penn-Trafford girls basketball coach John Giannikas mouthed two words to his players. Calm down. Woodland Hills was charging back Wednesday night, and the Warriors were lacking a deflector shield as they attempted to run off some clock.

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Hot perimeter shooting leads Penn-Trafford boys past Norwin in Section 3-6A
February 5, 2019
The Penn-Trafford boys basketball team came out firing in the first half of its final Section 3-6A contest of the season, draining eight 3-point shots en route to a 59-47 victory over rival Norwin. The Warriors shot 53 percent from behind the art in the first half and built a

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