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North Allegheny’s Mia Tuman scores past Oakland Catholic’s Rachel Haver during their game on Feb. 6, 2021, at North Allegheny High School.
Breaking down the 2021 WPIAL girls basketball playoffs
February 23, 2021
Here is a breakdown of the 2020-21 WPIAL girls basketball playoffs:

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Sewickley Academy’s Hailey Drutarosky brings the ball upcourt in front of assistant coach Matt Walsh during their game against OLSH on Thursday, Feb. 11, 2021, at Sewickley Academy.
Former Quigley Catholic guard Hailey Drutarosky fitting right in at Sewickley Academy
February 21, 2021
Not many high school athletes change schools before their senior season, but when Quigley Catholic closed at the end of last school year, Hailey Drutarosky set off on a path she never expected to take.

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Sewickley Academy senior Max Belt plays defense on Alex Matlak during a practice on Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2020.
With defensive identity, Sewickley Academy boys finding rhythm heading into playoffs
As the WPIAL playoffs approach, Sewickley Academy boys basketball coach Win Palmer is confident with where the Panthers are.

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Sewickley Academy’s Bre Warner battles OLSH’s Emily Schuck for a loose ball during their game on Thursday, Feb. 11, 2021, at Sewickley Academy.
High school roundup for Feb. 12, 2021: Warner comes through for Sewickley Academy girls
February 11, 2021
Bre Warner scored five of her eight points in the fourth quarter, leading No. 5 Sewickley Academy to a 29-21 victory over No. 4 OLSH in a Section 1-2A showdown between ranked girls basketball teams Thursday night.

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Sewickley Academy’s Kamryn Lightcap competes against Shady Side Academy during a scrimmage last season.
Sewickley Academy girls hitting stride midway through season
February 7, 2021
Despite a few losses early on this season, the Sewickley Academy girls basketball team is starting to find a rhythm.

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Sewickley Academy senior Max Belt plays defense on Alex Matlak during a practice on Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2020.
Senior Max Belt has turned into a Swiss Army knife for Sewickley Academy
January 31, 2021
For the past four years, Sewickley Academy senior Max Belt has been a mainstay in the boys basketball playing rotation and always has provided coach Win Palmer with a steady perimeter-shooting presence. This season, the three-year starter has taken his game to a new level.

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North Allegheny coach Spencer Stefko calls in a play during a Class 6A WPIAL semifinal game against Upper St. Clair Feb. 25, 2020 at North Hills.
What to watch in WPIAL sports Jan. 25, 2021: Unbeaten 6A girls basketball teams to square off
January 24, 2021
Since coming to North Allegheny six years ago, Spencer Stefko has turned the Tigers girls basketball program into the dominant force in Class 6A.

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High school roundup for Jan. 18, 2021: OLSH girls win showdown
January 18, 2021
Katie Hoff scored 14 points to lead No. 3 OLSH (5-0, 5-0) to a 49-43 girls basketball victory over Sewickley Academy in a Section 1-2A showdown of WPIAL title contenders Monday night. Bre Warner scored 22 points and Kamryn Lightcap added 11 for No. 4 Sewickley Academy (3-2, 1-1).

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Sewickley Academy’s Jack Gordon led the team with 21 goals last season.
Sewickley Academy hockey team starts season on right foot
January 17, 2021
The Sewickley Academy hockey team may have a small roster made up of just 13 players, but they make up for their lack of depth with hard work and talent, and they have gotten off to a hot start this season.

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Sewickley Academy senior Max Belt plays defense on alex Matlak during a practice on Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2020.
Sewickley Academy basketball teams used openers as celebration of hard work
January 10, 2021
Before Gov. Tom Wolf put a three-week pause on high school athletics across the state, the Sewickley Academy boys and girls basketball teams were able to reward their players for all their hard work with a game.

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