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North Hills districts give back by being good playoff hosts

| Wednesday, Nov. 21, 2012, 8:53 p.m.
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Louis Raggiunti | Pine Creek Journal There are many moving parts to make a playoff game happen, but local school seem to welcome the opportunity to invite other schools fans to enjoy a game.
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Louis Raggiunti | Pine Creek Journal Concession stands are one way a local school can benefit from hosting a playoff game. This stand at Newman Stadium raised money for North Allegheny athletics while hosting Seneca Valley and Mt. Lebanon during the football playoffs.
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Louis Raggiunti | Pine Creek Journal The game officials are paid by the WPIAL for their services.
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Louis Raggiunti | Pine Creek Journal Ticket takers are one of the many people it takes to make a high school playoff game possible.
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Louis Raggiunti | Pine Creek Journal The end result of an enormous joint effort, a game that brings communities together to support local athletics.

Northern region schools enjoy hosting playoff games

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