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North Hills grad earns ‘principal of the year’ honor

By Laurie Rees
David Keim’s experiences growing up in Ross helped mold him into what he is today — Massachusetts’s 2015 Principal of the Year. Keim, 46, has served ...

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Mt. Lebanon, Hampton capture WPIAL boys lacrosse titles

For the fourth time in seven years, Mt. Lebanon is WPIAL champ. Blue Devils junior Dan Lee scored the winner with 6 seconds left in the second overtime Friday night to beat North Allegheny, 9-8, in the WPIAL Division I …
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Decision to leave Seton-La Salle ‘tough’ for new North Allegheny girls basketball coach

Spencer Stefko’s two seasons leading the Seton-La Salle girls’ basketball team were about as good as it gets. Twice, he led Seton-La Salle to the …
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High school notebook: Monessen hires Salvino to coach football

The Monessen School Board voted Tuesday to hire longtime boys basketball coach Joe Salvino as its new head football coach. Salvino, 64, has guided the basketball program for 31 years, winning five WPIAL and two PIAA titles. He also has …
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Lost among high scorers, lacrosse faceoff specialists can tilt field

In the middle of a conversation before his team’s WPIAL Division I quarterfinal game against Sewickley Academy, North Allegheny senior midfielder Zach Smith casually used …
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Shaler baseball falls in PIAA semifinals

Shaler pitcher Jake Potock allowed just three hits in a PIAA Class AAAA semifinal baseball game Tuesday at Greene Township Park in Scotland. The last of those hits, however, proved to be a big one. Mike Christy belted a two-run …
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Vincentian’s Nee transferring to Highlands

Jamison Nee is coming home. The standout basketball player from Harrison Township is transferring from Vincentian Academy to Highlands. Highlands athletic director Chuck Debor said …
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