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Superintendent: Edward Wehrer
Principal: Bryan Macuga
Athletic Director: Shawn McCallister
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Aliquippa’s M.J. Devonshire named Trib HSSN Football Player of the Week
December 2, 2018
It has been a special year for M.J. Devonshire and Aliquippa. Need a big play on offense, defense or special teams, he's your guy. andquot;M.J.'s performance was that of a senior leader who was doing everything he could to lead his team to a win,andquot; said Aliquippa first-year coach Mike

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Steel Valley offense shut down in PIAA Class 2A semifinal loss to Wilmington
November 30, 2018
There are many adjectives that could be used to describe Wilmington's performance in the PIAA Class 2A semifinal against Steel Valley on Friday night. Dominant, overwhelming and imposing are three that immediately come to mind. But there was just one word that was most likely on the minds of Steel

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Brentwood set to host annual tip-off basketball tournament
It has become a time-honored tradition at Brentwood High School. The Brentwood High Athletic Boosters' annual tip-off basketball tournament will take place Friday and Saturday (Dec. 8-9) at both the Brentwood high school and middle school gyms. The boys tourney consists of Brentwood, Carrick, Northgate and Propel Montour. The girls

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PIAA Class 2A semifinal capsule: Steel Valley vs. Wilmington
November 29, 2018
PIAA Class 2A Semifinals Steel Valley (12-1) vs. Wilmington (12-1) 7 p.m. Friday at Ambridge Winner plays: West Catholic (12-2) or Southern Columbia (14-0) Coaches: Rod Steele, Steel Valley; Brandon Phillian, Wilmington Statistical leaders Passing: SV: Ronnell Lawrence 60-121-1,054 yards, 12 TDs, 12 INTs; W: Robert Pontius 65-110-1,133 yards, 13

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Five things to watch in this weekend’s state football semifinals
This weekend's state football semifinals are a WPIAL reunion of sorts. WPIAL champions Aliquippa, Steel Valley and Our Lady of the Sacred Heart are a win away from reaching the PIAA championships in Hershey. Standing in their way are Sharon, Wilmington and Farrell, three District 10 teams with deep WPIAL

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Road to Hershey continues in PIAA semifinals this weekend
The WPIAL crowned a repeat champion in Pine-Richland and five new title winners in Penn Hills, South Fayette, Aliquippa, Steel Valley and Our Lady of the Sacred Heart over the past two weeks. Now, all eyes and vehicles turn to the Road to Hershey for the semifinal round of the

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PIAA football playoffs: 30 years in 30 days — Beaver Falls, Steel Valley claim 1st state titles in ’16
November 26, 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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Steel Valley’s Kam Williams named Trib HSSN Football Player of the Week
November 25, 2018
Two years ago, Steel Valley dominated and showed no mercy on its way to a 15-0 record and a WPIAL and PIAA championship. While this season has not been perfect for the Ironmen, it turned out to be a dominant golden run through the district postseason. Steel Valley capped off

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PIAA football semifinals schedule: Penn Hills, Pine-Richland head east
Penn Hills and Pine-Richland have long bus rides ahead next weekend, while three other WPIAL football champions can stay closer to home. The PIAA announced semifinal sites and times Sunday. Penn Hills will travel to Chambersburg for a matchup with Archbishop Wood at 7 p.m., Friday. Pine-Richland returns to Altoona's

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WPIAL Class 2A championship notebook: Ironmen live up to their name
November 24, 2018
Talk about doing more with less, Steel Valley lived up to its andquot;Ironmenandquot; nickname, dressing just 17 players for Saturday's title game. Nearly everyone went both ways, and when the game got out of hand, Steel Valley really didn't have a second string to put in in its 48-6 win

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