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Superintendent: Dr. Tracy L. Vitale
Principal: Mark Korcinsky
Athletic Director: Heather Lewis
128 Seneca School Road, Harmony, PA, 16037
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State, WPIAL champions highlight Trib 25 football all-star team
December 12, 2018
Another high school football season has come and gone, and 2018 will be memorable for teams and players across Western Pennsylvania. Penn Hills and Aliquippa celebrated PIAA titles in Hershey and shared WPIAL championship glory with Our Lady of the Sacred Heart, Steel Valley, South Fayette and Pine-Richland. There were

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Hempfield’s Vance, Canon-McMillan’s Nijenhuis claim wrestling titles
December 8, 2018
Hempfield sophomore heavyweight Isaiah Vance and Canon-McMillan senior Gerrit Nijenhuis picked up titles Saturday at the Cumberland Valley Tournament in Mechanicsburg. Vance went 4-0 with three pins. He defeated Boiling Springs' Damon Jones, 5-2, in the finals. Hempfield finished fourth with 176.5 points and had seven placewinners. Junior Dillon Ferretti

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WPIAL Class AAA preseason wrestling rankings
December 4, 2018
WPIAL Class AAA preseason team rankings Rank, team, last season's record 1. Kiski Area, 21-2 andamp;#8226; The WPIAL AAA champion and PIAA runner-up returns nine starters, including three PIAA qualifiers. 2. Canon-McMillan, 15-3 andamp;#8226; The WPIAL runner-up, which finished fourth in the state, returns nine starters. 3. Hempfield, 19-2 andamp;#8226;

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Several wrestlers return after reaching PIAA Class AAA tournament
Returning PIAA Class AAA champions Alejandro Herrera, Seneca Valley (46-8 last season) The sophomore won the 106-pound state title and placed second in the WPIAL. Sam Hillegas, North Hills (32-1) The junior is a two-time PIAA champion, winning the 126-pound title in 2018. He has a 85-1 career record. Ryan

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WPIAL Class 6A girls basketball breakdown
December 1, 2018
Class 6A Preseason Player of the Year Makenna Marisa, Peters Township 5-11, Sr., guard 22.9 ppg last season Players to watch Maria Cerro, Bethel Park 5-7, Jr., G, 13.9 ppg McKenna Gross, Seneca Valley 5-6, Sr., G, 15.1 ppg Rachel Martindale, North Allegheny 5-9, Sr., G, 15.3 ppg Isabella Mills,

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West Allegheny’s Nathan Dragisich named Trib HSSN Boys Soccer Player of the Year
Trib HSSN Boys Soccer Player of the Year Nathan Dragisich West Allegheny, senior, midfielder Playing at a fast, attacking pace, West Allegheny racked up 120 goals, 23 wins and a PIAA championship. Nathan Dragisich was out in front, leading the charge as the Indians went andquot;dragandquot; racing to their most

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WPIAL Class 6A final notebook: Pine-Richland has won titles in 4 classifications
November 18, 2018
Saturday marked the sixth WPIAL title for Pine-Richland, the only school to win titles in four different classifications. The Rams, who defeated Seneca Valley, 34-7, won back-to-back titles in 1969 and '70 in Class 2A, took Class 3A in 2003, 4A in 2014 and 6A last season. Pine-Richland is now

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Spencer leads Pine-Richland past Seneca Valley to capture WPIAL Class 6A title
Ben DiNucci, Phil Jurkovec and now Cole Spencer. Pine-Richland quarterbacks seem to have a knack for championship games. Spencer threw for two touchdowns and rushed for two more Saturday night as No. 2 seed Pine-Richland defeated No. 5 Seneca Valley, 34-7, in the WPIAL Class 6A final. The title was

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Highway to Heinz culminates in Saturday’s 3 things to watch in high school sports
November 16, 2018
Eight teams are headed to the big house hoping to strike gold on the North Shore of Pittsburgh. For the 18th year in a row, the WPIAL will be holding four of its football championship games at Heinz Field. There are a couple of rookie teams tasting the title game

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Five things to watch in Saturday’s WPIAL football championships
Saturday could be a historic night at Heinz Field for the WPIAL, Thomas Jefferson and coach Bill Cherpak. If his Jaguars win the WPIAL Class 4A title, Cherpak would tie West Allegheny coach Bob Palko for the most titles in WPIAL history and TJ would become only the third team

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