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Superintendent: Robert Paserba
Principal: Beverly Kaniecki
Athletic Director: Chris Oshnock
800 Montana Avenue, Natorna Heights, PA, 15065
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Students learn values of sportsmanship at WPIAL’s 10th annual Summit
November 15, 2018
Even on the gloomiest of days, the WPIAL Sportsmanship Summit can provide a glimmer of sunlight. Nearly 600 student-athletes and administrators from about 100 schools were represented Thursday morning at the 10th annual Summit on Sportsmanship at the Sen. John Heinz History Center in the Strip District. A number of

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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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Kiski Area’s Shreffler hopes experience pays off at PIAA championship meet
November 2, 2018
Kiski Area senior Kierra Shreffler knows what the PIAA cross country course at the Hershey Entertainment Complex can deliver, and she hopes to run her best race there Saturday in her third and final attempt. andquot;The course at Hershey is very tough, mentally and physically,andquot; Shreffler said. andquot;To have those

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A-K Valley lookahead for Week of Oct. 29, 2018
October 28, 2018
Monday Boys soccer: Deer Lakes will attempt to make it to Highmark Stadium for the first time as it takes on Section 2-AA rival Shady Side Academy in the WPIAL semifinals. The Lancers went 1-0-1 against the defending WPIAL champions during the regular season, but the 11th-seeded Indians upset North

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Strong showing for Riverview boys, girls at WPIAL cross country championships
October 25, 2018
The Riverview, Greensburg Salem and North Allegheny cross country programs compete in different classifications, but after Thursday's WPIAL championship meet on the Roadman Park course at Cal (Pa.), they have something in common. They will have their boys and girls teams competing at the PIAA championships Nov. 3 in Hershey.

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The Birdie has no plans to retire from picking games in the A-K Valley
October 24, 2018
Last week: 11-2 (.846) Season: 83-19 (.814) The news last week of Big Bird's retirement took The Birdie by surprise, as he always looked up to the andquot;Sesame Streetandquot; legend, both literally and metaphorically. But what really shocked the Alle-Kiski Valley's picks expert was the revelation that Big Bird himself

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Seeger, Fox Chapel girls have high expectations for WPIAL championship meet
October 23, 2018
Sarena Seeger was satisfied with her first race on the Roadman Park cross country course at Cal (Pa.). The new site of Thursday's WPIAL championships also was the setting for Seeger's win last week in the Class AAA girls race at the Tri-State Coaches Association championships. andquot;It's a really difficult

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A-K Valley lookahead for Week of Oct. 22,2018
October 21, 2018
Monday Boys soccer: Coming off its first section championship since 2003, Deer Lakes will put its unbeaten season on the line as the Lancers (15-0-1) host Beth-Center (8-10) in a WPIAL Class AA first-round game. It's the first home playoff game for Deer Lakes. Springdale advanced to the WPIAL Class

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The Birdie thinks A-K Valley teams resemble scary movies
October 17, 2018
Last week: 10-1 (.909) Season: 72-17 (.809) The Birdie was watching television over the weekend when a commercial for the upcoming andquot;Halloweenandquot; movie filled his screen. Originally confused by some aspects of the film -- andquot;how does a mask's face ageandquot; and andquot;what happened with all the sequels in betweenandquot;

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A-K Valley notebook: Kiski Area stays healthy through nonconference games
Kiski Area didn't play with a running clock the last two weeks, but the Cavaliers took care to ensure they didn't leave nonconference games against Woodland Hills and McKeesport with significant injuries. Coach Sam Albert sat several key starters in the 47-0 loss to Woodland Hills and 66-6 loss to

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