Tag: Chartiers Valley

Shady Side Academy and Sewickley Academy Pairs Golden in 2011 WPIAL Boys Doubles Tennis
May 17, 2011
In the end, it was worth the wait for the two top-seeds. More than a week after playing the first three rounds of the 2011 WPIAL Boys Doubles Tennis Playoffs, top-seeds Vivek Nimgaokar and Justin Hunt of Shady Side Academy won the Class AAA title while Will Kleeman and Daniel Martchek of Sewickley Academy won gold in Class AA Monday afternoon at Keystone Oaks High School.

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Mt. Lebanon Nets AAA Gold While Sewickley Academy Wins 8th Straight WPIAL Boys AA Team Tennis Title
May 13, 2011
For the first time in 17 years, the Mount Lebanon boys tennis team is celebrating gold. The top-seed Blue Devils edged two-time defending champion Shady Side Academy in a match started Thursday and finished Friday due to rain. It is Mount Lebanon's record 18th WPIAL boys tennis title, but first since 1994.

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WPIAL Boys Tennis Singles Sectionals Results
April 9, 2011
While most high school spring sports seasons are slowly kicking into gear, the first 'postseason' is already upon us. The field for both the Class AAA and Class AA WPIAL Boys Singles Tennis Championships was determined Friday with the sectional championship and consolation matches.

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WPIAL Softball – 2011 Season Preview
March 28, 2011
The 2011 WPIAL softball season is set to begin on Friday, March 25th. Two district teams are defending STATE champions in Mount Lebanon and Chartiers-Houston, while the Blue Devils, Montour Spartans, Valley Vikings and Vincentian Academy Royals now begin defense of their WPIAL titles, even though the Vikings have moved up from Class AA to Class AAA.

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WPIAL Baseball – 2011 Season Preview
The first pitch of the 2011 WPIAL baseball season is set to be tossed on Friday, March 25th. While there were no state champions from the district in 2010, Pine-Richland, Hopewell, Beaver Falls and Serra Catholic now begin defense of their WPIAL titles. Here is a rundown of the Preseason Top Ten and players to watch in each classification.

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Mount Lebanon, Montour, Greensburg CC & Lincoln Park All Settle for Silver in PIAA Boys Basketball Playoffs
March 27, 2011
There is plenty of silver to be found in Southwestern Pennsylvania following the state basketball championships at Penn State University. Mount Lebanon in AAAA, Montour in AAA, Greensburg Central Catholic in AA and Lincoln Park in A all lost in the state finals in Happy Valley, three of them fell to District 12 powers while Mount Lebanon lost to the District 1 champs.

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PIHL High School Hockey News and Notes – 03/22/2011
March 22, 2011
Welcome to another edition of "PIHL News and Notes," your continuing source for all the scholastic hockey happenings you may not hear about on "The PIHL Power Play." The 2011 Penguins Cup champions have been crowned, and we congratulate three-time winner Mars along with Bishop Canevin and Upper St. Clair.

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USC, B.Canevin and Mars Win 2011 PIHL Penguins Cup Championships
March 21, 2011
They saved the best for last. Upper St. Clair denied Canon-McMillan a repeat of the Penguins Cup Class AAA crown with a thrilling overtime victory to close out the very first high school hockey championships at the new CONSOL Energy Center in Pittsburgh on Sunday night.

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Scholastic Notebook – 03/11/2011
March 11, 2011
One top high school basketball player has returned from a concussion and another important player might be returning. West Mifflin senior C.J. Hester, who averages 18 points a game, played in a PIAA Class AAA play-in game Tuesday night and was a key factor in the Titans' 66-36 victory against Bradford. Hester had 17 points and 15 rebounds.

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PIHL Penguin Cup Playoff Recaps for Wednesday, March 9th
March 9, 2011
While ten of eleven higher seeds moved on to the Final Four on Quarterfinals Wednesday in the PIHL playoffs, most of them did so with a mighty struggle, including one overtime game and one double overtime thriller. Plus the one upset as the 3rd-seed in Class A is eliminated.

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