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Superintendent: John E. Pallone
Principal: Jon Banko
Athletic Director: Muzzy Colosimo
703 Stevenson Boulevard, New Kensington, PA, 15068
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Schuffert’s pin secures Valley’s victory in Section 3-AA opener
December 12, 2018
David Schuffert needed just a win, a measly one-point decision, to secure a victory for Valley in its section wrestling opener. But the Vikings senior heavyweight wanted to make a bigger statement than that. Schuffert pinned Highlands' Cam Taylor in 48 seconds in the final bout of the evening Wednesday,

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A-K Valley high school notes: Burrell hockey hopes to repeat strong first half
Burrell began the second half of its PIHL Division II regular-season schedule Tuesday, and little changed from the first half of the year. The Bucs' 9-0 victory at McDowell marked their 11th in a row to begin the season, and most have come in lopsided fashion. All but three of

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Valley’s Hutcherson has sights set on trip to Hershey for state tournament
December 11, 2018
Noah Hutcherson was going through a test the weekend of the PIAA individual wrestling championships last March, but it was the standardized version instead of the physical one he wanted. Denied his first trip to the Class AA state tournament, Hutcherson instead took the SATs the Saturday of the PIAA

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A-K Valley high school look-ahead: Week of Dec. 10, 2018
December 9, 2018
Monday Girls basketball andamp;#8226; Burrell and Deer Lakes shared a section in most seasons, but they split up after the PIAA went through realignment in the offseason. Still, they will meet for a nonsection game at Burrell. Senior Kaylen Sharrow leads the way for Burrell (1-1) after scoring in double

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A-K Valley basketball top storylines, players, teams to watch
December 6, 2018
The 2017-18 basketball season ended with six Alle-Kiski Valley teams in the PIAA playoffs, highlighted by the Highlands boys' run to the Class 5A quarterfinals. Record-breaking players and senior classes took their final bows. Then, the offseason, as it always does, brought change. Those seniors graduated, leaving roster holes that

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Frazier’s Lawrence among top wrestlers returning in WPIAL Class AA
December 5, 2018
Returning PIAA Class AA champion Thayne Lawrence, Frazier (30-2 last season) andamp;#8226; The junior is a two-time WPIAL champion and won the 152-pound title. His career record is 67-8. Returning PIAA Class AA placewinners Christian Clutter, McGuffey (47-6) andamp;#8226; The senior has a 119-23 career record, was the WPIAL 170-pound

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WPIAL Class AA preseason wrestling rankings
WPIAL Class AA preseason team rankings Rank, team, last season's record 1. Burrell, 13-7 andamp;#8226; The Bucs return 11 starters and have won 12 consecutive WPIAL titles. They are the team to beat until someone defeats them. 2. Freedom, 11-6 andamp;#8226; The Bulldogs reached the semifinals and finished fourth in

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After winning past 12 WPIAL Class AA titles, Burrell wrestling not resting on laurels
As the Burrell girls soccer team prepared for a game this fall, members of the school's wrestling team ran laps around the track at Buccaneer Stadium. The wrestlers moved eventually to Puckety Church Road, running up the hill that divides the high school campus from Huston Middle School. Every practice

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Valley girls basketball works to turn around program
December 3, 2018
First-year Valley girls basketball coach Ernie Sipolino was energetic at practice last week when describing what he has in mind to turn around the program. The long-term plan is to introduce intramural girls basketball back into the elementary schools in the district and build feeder programs he said do not

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Valley boys basketball has many reasons for optimism
Valley only won one game three years ago, but since then, the Vikings have righted the ship. They earned their first playoff victory in nine years last season and qualified for the PIAA tournament. Looking back at how the program has progressed, the growth his players have shown as individuals

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