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Swimming a full-time sport for Seneca Valley’s Kozlina

By Jerry Clark
Although the high school swimming season concluded with the recent state meet, Seneca Valley freshman Ali Kozlina is working toward what she hopes is a …
Butler County spotlight athletes: April 6, 2014
By Tribune-Review
Matt Huey School: Butler Year: Senior Sport: Volleyball Claim to fame: Huey, who paced Butler in kills, helped the team post a 4-0 start to …
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review athletes of the week: Blackhawk’s Cody Bain, Seneca Valley’s Nikki Matz
By Brian Graham
Cody Bain School: Blackhawk Year: Senior Sport: Baseball Claim to fame: Bain pitched a no-hitter and struck out 15 batters to help the Class AAA …
Seneca Valley grad Jackson striving to get back to major leagues
By Shawn Annarelli
A lot has changed in Zach Jackson’s life since he debuted in the major leagues with the Milwaukee Brewers in 2006. After eight big-league starts, …
Elite experience for Seneca Valley football player
By Jerry Clark
Football has become one of the most popular sports in the United States, but some enthusiasts are not ready to stop there. For the second …
WPIAL announces baseball, softball realignment
By Chris Harlan
The winners of five consecutive WPIAL Class AAAA baseball titles, North Allegheny, Pine-Richland and Seneca Valley will reunite as section rivals in 2015. The WPIAL Board of Control on Monday approved updated baseball, softball and swimming alignments for next school year. Among the notable baseball changes, Pine-Richland will return to …
Seneca Valley grad enjoying successful two-sport career at W&J
By Jerry Clark
To say Washington & Jefferson’s Jenn Suder is making the most of her college experience would be an understatement. The junior diver recently was selected …
Seneca Valley captain savors last laps in pool
By Jerry Clark
Seneca Valley High School swimming captain Carley Belsterling couldn’t be happier with her senior season. Her fourth WPIAL championship appearance in as many years, and …
Seneca Valley’s Hudanick a tall, 2-way talent
By Jason Mackey
Don Holl has a rule for recruiting linemen that he followed while serving as an assistant coach at Gannon. “You look at guys who were defensive linemen and say, ‘Worst case, he can play offensive line,’ ” he said. “That’s not in a negative way, but you have to be …
Franklin Regional defense stifles Seneca Valley
By Doug Gulasy
In a matchup that featured Seneca Valley’s full-court pressure, Franklin Regional’s defense made its own statement. The Panthers (16-6) forced 22 turnovers, including several during …
Change of direction for Seneca Valley’s Smith
By Jerry Clark 10:56 p.m.
Football is a game of matchups and subsequent mismatches. One sure-fire way to gain an advantage these days is to have a superbly talented tight …
Butler County spotlight athletes: Feb. 9, 2014
By Tribune-Review
Troy Double School: Butler Year: Senior Sport: Hockey Claim to fame: Double is the captain of the Butler hockey team. He hopes to lead the …
Seneca Valley’s Darby wants one more run for Raiders
By Jerry Clark
Sports are many things to many people, but for Seneca Valley’s Matt Darby, they were a way to reach out to new people as he …
Butler County spotlight athletes: Feb. 2, 2014
By Tribune-Review
Zach Snyder School: Seneca Valley Year: Junior Sport: Basketball Claim to fame: Snyder leads Seneca Valley in scoring at almost 20 points per game. He …
Butler County hockey players ready to match up in All-Star event
By Jerry Clark
The annual PIHL All-Star game will drop the puck on Feb. 9, at the Robert Morris University Island Sports Center, and the game will highlight …
Snyder helps Seneca Valley remain in playoff hunt
By Jerry Clark
The Seneca Valley boys basketball team advanced to the WPIAL Quad-A final four last season. From that Raiders team, four talented forwards who either started …
Seneca Valley Motocross Team thrives on adrenaline
By Jerry Clark
Some consider motocross the most physically demanding sport, but for five Seneca Valley students, it’s not the demands that draw them to the action. Austin …
Seneca Valley freshman at home in the pool
By Karen Kadilak
The daughter of former standout swimmers, Ali Kozlina is making her own mark as a freshman on the Seneca Valley girls team. Kozlina took first …
Seneca Valley hockey alternate captain Kipin likes to be part of the action
By Jerry Clark
One thing the Seneca Valley ice hockey team has going for it is a surplus of talented forwards. The Raiders have five players averaging at …
Seneca Valley turns to up-tempo offense after losing trio of big men
By Jason Mackey
T.J. Holl loves it. Victor Giannotta can’t stand it. Regardless, it’s tough to argue with the results the Seneca Valley boys basketball team has achieved …
Seneca Valley soccer captains savor one last match
By Jerry Clark
Although the past couple of seasons saw the Seneca Valley boys soccer team enjoy much success, the end of an era came late this fall …
Seneca Valley grad DeAugustino strengthens Grove City soccer’s defense
By Joe Sager
Good luck trying to score a goal on the Grove City College men’s soccer team. That was especially true through 90 minutes. The Wolverines boasted …
Seneca Valley multi-sport star makes quick return from ACL surgery
By Jerry Clark
It was something she had done hundreds of times without incident. In preparing to compete in the PIAA track and field championships, Seneca Valley’s Abbie …
Trib Cup: Seneca Valley girls soccer had best playoff run in school history
By Brian Graham
It was a bittersweet ending for the Seneca Valley girls soccer team, which made the best playoff run in school history. The Raiders’ season came to a close after dropping a 1-0 match against Spring-Ford in the PIAA Class AAA semifinals Tuesday. The program’s first 20-win season and a five-game …
Trip to PIAA meet like going to Disney World for Seneca Valley girls
By Jerry Clark
Cross country is based largely on the individual effort of a runner versus the elements and the course in front of them. At Seneca Valley, …

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