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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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A-K Valley notebook: Fox Chapel boys flash early potential
December 9, 2018
Zach Skrinjar said Saturday night he pays more attention to the numbers directly after a team's name than the ones directly in front. By that criteria and more, the Fox Chapel boys basketball coach came away pretty pleased with his team's showing at the season-opening Plum tournament. Fox Chapel upended

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A-K Valley high school look-ahead: Week of Dec. 10, 2018
Monday Girls basketball andamp;#8226; Burrell and Deer Lakes shared a section in most seasons, but they split up after the PIAA went through realignment in the offseason. Still, they will meet for a nonsection game at Burrell. Senior Kaylen Sharrow leads the way for Burrell (1-1) after scoring in double

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Host St. Joseph boys lose to Cornell in tournament final
December 8, 2018
St. Joseph's boys basketball team saw its matchup against Cornell on Saturday as an early measuring stick. And while the Spartans showed some spunk in the championship game of their own tournament, they learned they have work left to accomplish. Kaden DiVito scored a game-high 28 points, and Class A

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A-K Valley basketball top storylines, players, teams to watch
December 6, 2018
The 2017-18 basketball season ended with six Alle-Kiski Valley teams in the PIAA playoffs, highlighted by the Highlands boys' run to the Class 5A quarterfinals. Record-breaking players and senior classes took their final bows. Then, the offseason, as it always does, brought change. Those seniors graduated, leaving roster holes that

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Season of change for St. Joseph girls basketball
December 2, 2018
The last two years for St. Joseph girls basketball team have been thrilling. A group of core players lifted the program to new heights, including back-to-back runs in the WPIAL playoffs and a spot in the PIAA tourney. Times were good. Now everyone is gone, including the coach. First-year coach

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High hopes for St. Joseph boys after injury-marred season
The 2017-18 season could go down as one of the most forgettable seasons in St. Joseph boys basketball history. What could go wrong did go wrong. After a hot start, injuries caught up to the Spartans, leaving longtime coach Kelly Robinson to look down his bench into the eyes of

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A-K Valley high school look-ahead: Week of Dec. 3, 2018
Monday Hockey andamp;#8226; Burrell can run its season-opening winning streak to 10 games if it can beat Connellsville in a Division II game at Pittsburgh Ice Arena. The Bucs lead the Division II standings by two games, outscoring their opponents 63-21. andamp;#8226; After a lopsided loss to West Allegheny, Fox

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Deer Lakes’ Jesse Greyshock named Valley News Dispatch Boys Soccer Player of the Year
December 1, 2018
Valley News Dispatch Boys Soccer Player of the Year Jesse Greyshock Deer Lakes, senior, goalkeeper Jesse Greyshock began his Deer Lakes varsity career in the midfield. He ended it two levels back, leading the Lancers to a historic season. In his second season as Deer Lakes' full-time goalkeeper, Greyshock brought

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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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