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Superintendent: Dr. Brendan Hyland
Principal: Justin Stephans
Athletic Director: Bob Alpino
900 Elicker Road, Pittsburgh, PA, 15239
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Plum slow-pitch softball team captures another league title
November 16, 2018
With figurative targets on their backs after claiming the 2017 Western Pennsylvania Interscholastic Softball League championship, the Plum varsity players still turned away the competition this fall. The Mustangs brought home a second straight league title earlier this month, topping Seneca Valley, 15-3, in the championship game. andquot;The expectations were

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Plum’s Marra signs on to pitch at UNC Ashville
Gino Marra has some unfinished business to tend to with the Plum baseball team, but the Mustangs left-handed pitcher also has his long-term diamond plans set. The senior will play for Division I North Carolina-Asheville, and he made his decision final Nov. 14, the first day of the national letter

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Alle Kiski Valley high school notebook: Former Kiski Area standout Walker dies
November 15, 2018
Former Kiski Area and Penn State Behrend soccer star Dustin Walker died Sunday of natural causes at the age of 30, PSU Behrend announced Tuesday. A 2010 Behrend graduate and three-time All-Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference selection at Behrend, Walker holds school records with 30 shutouts and 69 games in goal.

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Plum’s Scarpino recovering from concussion
November 14, 2018
A Plum ice hockey player has begun the road to recovery after suffering a head injury early in Monday's game against Penn-Trafford. Forward Anthony Scarpino collided with a Warriors player near the boards as play advanced up the ice. His head struck a glass partition that separated one of the

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Gateway leads Big East all-conference honors with 8 first-team players
November 12, 2018
Undefeated conference champion Gateway saw eight players receive first-team all-Big East honors Monday and the Gators' Don Holl earned coach of the year. Bryce Washington, Amir Wahid, Tui Faumuina-Brown, Courtney Jackson, Brendan Majocha, Derrick Davis, Kelvon Nelson and Jeremiah Josephs were all named to the first team. Penn-Trafford had seven

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Alle-Kiski Valley high school lookahead: Week of Nov. 11
November 11, 2018
Monday Hockey First place in PIHL Division II is on the line as Burrell (6-0) takes on Central Valley (5-1). The Bucs have 43 goals, 16 more than the second-highest total in Division II this season. Tyler Stewart and Dylan Zelonka have 23 points apiece. Knoch will try to keep

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Plum’s Fischetti to play college softball at Northwest Florida State
November 9, 2018
For as long as she can remember, Gabby Fischetti has wanted to go south to play softball in college. With her recent decision to sign on with Northwest Florida State, a Division I program in the National Junior College Athletic Association, she is getting that chance. Fischetti, a senior all-section

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George Guido: A-K Valley football teams failed to surpass .500 record
November 6, 2018
For the first time since 1909, there are no Alle-Kiski football teams that finished over .500. Of course, there were only a handful of teams that were around in 1909 -- New Kensington, Tarentum, Ford City, Apollo, Aspinwall and Parnassus. Forbes Field opened that year, William H. Taft was in

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A-K Valley high school notebook: Local teams embrace unknown
November 4, 2018
It's the time of the schedule where local teams venture out into the unknown. The PIAA playoffs begin Tuesday in soccer and volleyball, with the Deer Lakes boys soccer team and the Freeport and Knoch girls volleyball teams representing the Alle-Kiski Valley. Deer Lakes plays District 10 champion Fairview at

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Plum football team gains experience during challenging campaign
November 2, 2018
The Plum football team took its lumps this season as injuries to some key players, youth and inexperience at several positions and a challenging schedule in and out of conference play contributed to a 2-8 overall record. But coach Matt Morgan said the team kept battling through whatever adversity it

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