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Superintendent: Bille Rondinelli
Principal: Scott Milburn
Athletic Director: Mark Keener
3640 Oakdale Road, McDonald, PA, 15057
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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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PIAA football playoffs: 30 years in 30 days — Clairton, North Allegheny roll to ’10 titles
November 30, 2018
The PIAA had been hosting state playoffs in all but one fall high school sport since 1976. Soccer, volleyball, tennis, golf, cross country and field hockey all crowned state champions once the district playoffs concluded. The lone exception to the fall state playoff slate was high school football. It wasn't

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PIAA football playoffs: 30 years in 30 days — South Fayette, North Catholic victorious in ’13
November 28, 2018
The PIAA had been hosting state playoffs in all but one fall high school sport since 1976. Soccer, volleyball, tennis, golf, cross country and field hockey all crowned state champions once the district playoffs concluded. The lone exception to the fall state playoff slate was high school football. It wasn't

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Broadcasts on tap this week on the TribLIVE High School Sports Network
November 25, 2018
The TribLIVE High School Sports Network is winding down the high school football season with a total focus on the Road to Hershey as November melts into December this week. Trib HSSN has broadcasts of one, and possibly more, PIAA semifinal contests. There also will be another PIHL high school

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South Fayette’s Diven, Blackhawk’s Watson-Trent top Northwest Eight honors
Northwest Eight champion South Fayette earned nine first-team spots on the all-conference team including quarterback Jamie Diven, a 3,000-yard passer for the Lions. Joining him were Mike Trimbur, Tom Elia, Ryan Coe, Ben Coyne and Ryan Kokoski. Trimber, Elia and Coe were named first-team on both offense and defense. Diven

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Lucas, Cathedral Prep run past South Fayette in PIAA Class 4A quarterfinals
November 23, 2018
ERIE -- South Fayette put together an impressive performance last week to get back on top of the WPIAL. The Lions, however, had no answer for Division I recruit Billy Lucas on Friday. Lucas ran for 342 yards and three touchdowns on 38 carries as he wore down the South

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PIAA Class 4A quarterfinal preview capsule: Cathedral Prep vs. South Fayette
November 22, 2018
PIAA Class 4A quarterfinals Cathedral Prep (10-3) vs. South Fayette (12-1) 7 p.m. Friday, Erie's Veteran Stadium On the air: 1450 AM; TribHSSN.triblive.com Coaches: Mike Mischler, Cathedral Prep; Joe Rossi, South Fayette Winner plays: The winner of Bishop McDevitt and Berks Catholic in the PIAA semifinals Nov. 30 or Dec.

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PIAA football playoffs continue this weekend
November 21, 2018
While the WPIAL has crowned four champions, two more titles are up for grabs this weekend as both the andquot;Route to Norwinandquot; in Class 5A and andquot;The Road to RMUandquot; in Class 2A conclude Friday and Saturday, respectively. This weekend also is the quarterfinal round of the 2018 PIAA football

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WPIAL Class 4A final notebook: South Fayette wins title in 3rd different classification
November 17, 2018
South Fayette's thrilling victory over Thomas Jefferson in the Class 4A title game Saturday was the sixth WPIAL title in school history and the third different classification the Lions have won in. They won their first in Class A in 1936 with a 20-7 victory over Aspinwall and won it

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South Fayette holds off No. 1 Thomas Jefferson to claim WPIAL Class 4A title
With 2 minutes and 45 seconds left in the first half of Saturday evening's WPIAL Class 4A championship game at Heinz Field, Thomas Jefferson senior running back Max Shaw found the end zone from 2 yards out. The touchdown, Shaw's third of the half, put the Jaguars ahead by two

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