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Superintendent: Dr. Patrick O'Toole
Principal: Dr. Louis Angelo
Athletic Director: Dr. Kevin Deitrick
1825 McLaughlin Run Road, Pittsburgh, PA, 15241
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WPIAL basketball, wrestling begin in 3 things to watch Friday in high school sports
December 6, 2018
While you hear a lot about this being 'The most wonderful time of the year,andquot; this weekend is the busiest time of the year for district high school basketball. The 2018-19 WPIAL basketball season begins this weekend with plenty of boys' and girls' tip-off tournaments. During the regular season, most

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WPIAL field hockey all-stars announced
December 5, 2018
The Peters Township, Penn-Trafford and Shady Side Academy field hockey teams captured WPIAL championships in 2018, and all three were well represented on the All-WPIAL Division I and II squads released recently. Division I First Team Jessie Kolesar, Norwin Emelia Krakora, Mt. Lebanon Veronica Schratz, Peters Township Greta Schratz, Peters

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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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Freedom’s Jayden Sharpless named Trib HSSN Girls Soccer Player of the Year
December 1, 2018
Trib HSSN Girls Soccer Player of the Year Jayden Sharpless Freedom, freshman, midfielder Freedom rang up goals at a WPIAL-best pace this season, and its freshman phenom provided much of the firepower. The younger sister of Florida Atlantic commit Myla Sharpless, Jayden adapted to the high school level quickly. She

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WPIAL soccer players named to All-America, All-Region teams
November 29, 2018
The WPIAL received substantial recognition from the United Soccer Coaches -- the former National Soccer Coaches Association of America -- on Thursday. Four players from the district were lauded as All-Americans, and five more were named to All-Region II East teams. West Allegheny senior midfielder Nathan Dragisich and Butler senior

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WPIAL football top 10: Most district titles
November 28, 2018
WPIAL football titles won With another round of WPIAL title games played, here is a list of the schools the have won the most WPIAL titles: School, Titles, First one, Most recent 1. Aliquippa, 17, 1952, 2018 2. Clairton, 13, 1929, 2016 3. New Castle, 11, 1924, 1998 4. Jeannette,

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WPIAL top 10: Championship appearances
November 21, 2018
Here is a list of the 10 most frequent WPIAL title game participants: School, Total, First time, Latest appearance 1. Aliquippa, 29, 1942, 2018 2. Clairton, 18, 1957, 2016 3. Jeannette, 15, 1939, 2017 4. Rochester, 14, 1921, 2018 5t. Upper St. Clair, 13, 1974, 2006 5t. Washington, 13, 1917,

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PIAA football playoffs: 30 years in 30 days — South Park strikes gold in ’97
November 17, 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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Peters Township, West Allegheny lead Allegheny Eight all-conference honors
November 12, 2018
Co-champions Peters Township and West Allegheny combined for 12 first-team all-Allegheny Eight players when conference honors were announced Monday. Peters Township, celebrating its first title since 1975, led with seven players and the Indians' T.J. Plack was named the conference's top coach. West A had five first-team players. Chartiers Valley

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