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North Allegheny’s Mia Tuman sets up a score during the PIAA Class 4A state championship game against Garnet Valley on Nov. 19, 2022, at Cumberland Valley High School.
WPIAL well represented on PVCA all-state girls volleyball teams
December 6, 2022
The Pennsylvania Volleyball Coaches Association recognized the top players from each of the four girls volleyball classifications Tuesday with the release of the all-state selections.

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Jeff Healy | For the Tribune-Review
                                Brentwood’s Jenna Lee (1) competes during the 2021-22 basketball season.
South Hills Record girls basketball preview: Teams look to continue to build
December 4, 2022
Basketball season is underway. Here’s a look at the three girls teams in the South Hills Record coverage area:

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Christopher Horner | Tribune-Review
                                Baldwin’s James Wesling passes the ball next to Woodland Hills’ Austin Wells last season.
South Hills Record boys basketball preview: Baldwin boys thinking big
Basketball season is underway. Here’s a look at the three boys teams in the South Hills Record coverage area:

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North Hills’ Royce Parham works against North Allegheny’s Ty Iwanonkiw during a WPIAL Class 6A quarterfinal last season.
Trib HSSN 2022-23 WPIAL Class 5A boys basketball preseason breakdown
November 27, 2022
Fox Chapel and North Hills, last year’s WPIAL finalists in Class 6A, moved into Class 5A in PIAA realignment in the offseason. But they’re not big-school bullies swooping in to steal the lunch money of smaller schools. Far from it.

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the 300 mark
                                Thomas Jefferson coach Bill Cherpak holds the game ball after defeating Latrobe in a WPIAL Class 4A quarterfinal playoff game Nov. 11 for his 300th career win. <strong>Story, Page 19</strong>
Thomas Jefferson peaks in time for playoffs, gives coach Bill Cherpak his 300th win
November 20, 2022
The list of awards and honors bestowed upon Thomas Jefferson football coach Bill Cherpak over the years is a long one.

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Chaz Palla | Tribune-Review 
                                Thomas Jefferson’s Keira Krebs swings in front of North Catholic’s Sydnei Jones during the WPIAL Class 3A girls volleyball semifinals Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2022, at Gateway High School.
Thomas Jefferson girls volleyball caps season in PIAA semifinals
Thomas Jefferson’s girls volleyball team placed third in the WPIAL Class 3A playoffs, earning a berth in the PIAA tournament.

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Central Valley quarterback Antwon Johnson (5) celebrates after scoring a touchdown against Thomas Jefferson in the WPIAL Class 4A semifinals Friday, Nov. 18, 2022.
Central Valley stops Thomas Jefferson, earns rematch with Aliquippa in Class 4A title game
November 18, 2022
It’s hard to win a football game with 109 total yards of offense.

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Bishop Canevin’s A’Zjaun Marshall eludes OLSH’s Ziggy McIntosh to score Oct. 22.
WPIAL football playoff preview capsules for Nov. 18-19, 2022
November 17, 2022
Let the gold rush begin on the gridiron.

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Thomas Jefferson coach Bill Cherpak earned his 300th career win Friday night.
5 things we learned in Week 11: Bill Cherpak joins ‘role model’ George Novak in WPIAL’s 300 club
November 13, 2022
Bill Cherpak could’ve succeeded in whatever career path he pursued, says his former high school football coach, recalling how the Steel Valley graduate already was a bright leader in those days.

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Thomas Jefferson captains Jordan Mayer, John Janusek, Peyton Krueger and Ryan Lawry take the field before facing Latrobe in a WPIAL Class 4A quarterfinal Friday, Nov. 11, 2022.
WPIAL announces playoff sites for semifinal football games
November 12, 2022
The stadiums of Canon-McMillan and North Allegheny were chosen by the WPIAL to host two of the eight football semifinal matchups scheduled for Friday.

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