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West Allegheny

Superintendent: Dr. Jerri Lynn Lippert
Principal: Kevin McKiernan
Athletic Director: Dave McBain
205 West Allegheny Road, Imperial , PA, 15126
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West Allegheny upsets No. 1 Gateway in WPIAL Class 5A semifinals
November 16, 2018
West Allegheny coach Bob Palko compared his coaching staff to a group of mad scientists in a laboratory, all trying to find the winning formula. The concoction they created this week included a heavy dose of sophomore running back Nico Flati, a defense focused on stopping the run and one

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West Allegheny boys capture 1st PIAA boys soccer championship
HERSHEY -- Nathan Dragisich was paying attention, and he saw Strath Haven's goalkeeper wasn't. West Allegheny's star striker made sure Noah Atsaves paid for his moment of inattention, and the Indians similarly took advantage of the other opportunities Strath Haven left them. Dragisich scored a hat trick and assisted on

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PIAA Class AAA boys soccer final preview: West Allegheny vs. Strath Haven
November 15, 2018
PIAA Boys soccer Class AAA Championship West Allegheny (22-2) vs. Strath Haven (16-6-2) 6:30 p.m. Friday at Hersheypark Stadium On the air: PCN-TV Coaches: Kevin Amos, West Allegheny; Ryan O'Neill, Strath Haven Players to watch: Nathan Dragisich, Sr., F, West Allegheny; Nathaniel Perrins, Sr., F, Strath Haven Corner kicks: West

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Chick’s Picks reaches out to The Boss for advice on Week 12 predictions
Welcome to Week 12 of the high school football season. After struggling with last week's predictions, Chick's Picks decided to call a meeting with The Boss in hopes of salvaging her stellar overall season record. The Boss reluctantly agreed, and the two met for lunch. Chick's Picks did not want

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Students learn values of sportsmanship at WPIAL’s 10th annual Summit
Even on the gloomiest of days, the WPIAL Sportsmanship Summit can provide a glimmer of sunlight. Nearly 600 student-athletes and administrators from about 100 schools were represented Thursday morning at the 10th annual Summit on Sportsmanship at the Sen. John Heinz History Center in the Strip District. A number of

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WPIAL Sportsmanship Summit part of Thursday’s 3 things to watch in high school sports
November 14, 2018
The WPIAL will host a big event on the field Saturday as eight football teams head to Heinz Field to play for district gold. However, the WPIAL is hosting another big event Thursday, though it is off the field. This year marks the 10th anniversary of the WPIAL Sportsmanship Summit,

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Plenty of respect exists between Class 5A semifinal foes Gateway, West Allegheny
Don Holl was coaching at Tunkhannock High School, northwest of Wilkes-Barre, when he brought his football team to a seven-on-seven camp at Edinboro in the late 1990s. There he met Bob Palko, who at that point was just a few years into his own coaching stint at West Allegheny. In

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PIAA football playoffs: 30 years in 30 days — South Side Beaver captures ’99 title
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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West Allegheny avenges loss to Franklin Regional, advances to PIAA final
November 13, 2018
West Allegheny did something no team had done all season on Tuesday night. In addition to playing without its starting goalkeeper for the first time in nearly four years -- instead starting a keeper who had never played the position before -- the Indians managed to score two goals against

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Franklin Regional readies for WPIAL title-game foe West Allegheny
November 12, 2018
As the PIAA soccer playoffs progress, WPIAL rematches become more likely. It's the nature of the pre-slotted setup in the brackets. Sometimes it's not a matter of if, but when, teams will meet again in states. Coaches often contemplate how to approach those rematches: just trust in what worked the

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