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Third-quarter run helps Seton-La Salle boys return to WPIAL title game

By Karen Price
Members of the Seton-La Salle boys basketball team were fine with this being a new season and a different team from the one that won ...
Quaker Valley swimming headed to states after winning first WPIAL title
By Gary Horvath
When the final event ended Satruday at the WPIAL Class AA swimming and diving championships at Pitt’s Trees Pool, the Quaker Valley boys weren’t entirely ...
Quaker Valley boys basketball reaches semifinals after upsetting Lincoln Park
By Gary Horvath
Quaker Valley senior Tyler Garbee headed to the bench with 2 minutes, 46 seconds remaining in the biggest game of his basketball career. He had just fouled out of the Quakers’ WPIAL Class AA quarterfinal matchup with No. 2 Lincoln Park on Monday at Ambridge after hitting a free throw to ...
Quaker Valley youth wrestling success making way for high school program
By Gary Horvath
If the recent past is any sign, the future of Quaker Valley wrestling is bright. The Quaker Valley Wrestling Association (QVWA) was founded three years ...
Quaker Valley boys swimming aiming for school history
By Gary Horvath
It would be hard for Quaker Valley swimming coach Sue Morgan to have a higher opinion of this season’s boys swimming team. “I’ve coached for a ...
Quaker Valley girls basketball positive at season’s end
By Gary Horvath
The Quaker Valley girls basketball team closed out the season on a high note. Although the Quakers fell one win shy of reaching the WPIAL Class ...
Quaker Valley’s Kwalick set for WPIAL swimming return
By Karen Kadilak
Quaker Valley junior Matt Kwalick is looking forward to competing in the WPIAL Class AA boys swimming championship meet next week. Kwalick, a 17-year-old transfer from ...
Quaker Valley divers concerned with scoring changes
By Gary Horvath
With the WPIAL Class AA diving championship just two weeks away, Quaker Valley sophomore Reilly Diggins is starting to get nervous. It’s not her own ability ...
Quaker Valley‘s Mastroianni takes 400th win in stride
By Gary Horvath
Just a few months ago, Quaker Valley athletic director Mike Mastroianni honored boys soccer coach Gene Klein for winning his 500th career game. On Friday, it ...
HS highlight reel: Aliquippa entering home stretch
By Tribune-Review
Just two games remain in Aliquippa’s pursuit of its first perfect section record since 2006-07. The top-ranked Quips (19-0, 12-0) will visit Quaker Valley (15-4, ...
Gorman: Two good friends coach for milestone win
By Kevin Gorman
As Mike Mastroianni and Tim McConnell go for milestone victories Friday night, both joke that it means they’ve been around a long time. Mastroianni, 53, ...
Quaker Valley boys basketball seniors feeling urgency
By Gary Horvath
Tyler Garbee can see the end drawing near. The Quaker Valley forward has just two weeks left of regular season basketball for his senior year, and ...
Recent play of goalie Harkins allows Quaker Valley hockey’s offense to thrive
By Gary Horvath
The Quaker Valley hockey team got a clear reminder last week of who their difference makers are. The Quakers played Freeport to a 1-1 tie ...
Moon wrestling fighting through injury bug
By Gary Horvath
Moon wrestling coach Mitch Marcaskey has been disappointed after his team’s most recent tournament performances. That’s not to say he’s been disappointed in the members ...
Short-handed Quaker Valley hockey survives against Freeport
By Gary Horvath
Since the start of the season, Quaker Valley hockey coach Kevin Quinn has been watching the young players on his team develop as varsity athletes. A ...
Quaker Valley boys basketball falls to No. 1 Aliquippa
By Gary Horvath
In Friday’s game against Aliquippa, the Quaker Valley boys basketball team had a chance to put itself in the driver’s seat in the race for ...
Quaker Valley girls basketball hopes to improve in season’s second half
By Gary Horvath
Despite a fast start in section play, the Quaker Valley girls basketball team has found itself playing catch-up at the midway point of the season. The Quakers (7-6, 3-3) defeated McGuffey and Keystone Oaks in their first two section games before dropping five of their next six games, including three section ...
Trib Cup: Quaker Valley boys again off to fast start
By Alex Oltmanns
Advancing to at least the WPIAL quarterfinals every season since 2010-11, the Quaker Valley boys basketball team has grown accustomed to winning. This season is no ...
Quaker Valley football coach to receive Semper Fi honor from Marines
By Gary Horvath
Later this month, John Tortorea will be honored for the work he has done off the field as the coach of the Quaker Valley football ...
Mixed bag for Quaker Valley swim teams
By Gary Horvath
Last week’s West Allegheny Christmas Invitational wasn’t quite the meet the Quaker Valley swimming and diving teams were hoping for. For many schools in attendance, the ...
Quaker Valley guard Oliver thrives after years of adversity
By Gary Horvath
Before the start of the season, Quaker Valley boys basketball coach Mike Mastroianni knew he had a secret weapon. The rest of the WPIAL would know ...
Quaker Valley girls basketball team looks to rebound in new year
By Alex Oltmanns
After a quick 2-0 start in WPIAL Section 5-AAA, the Quaker Valley girls basketball team found itself back at .500 at the start of the ...
Harlan: Narduzzi’s hiring thrills pair of Pitt recruits
By Chris Harlan
Tre Tipton has an advantage over most Pitt recruits. The Apollo-Ridge senior already has met the new Panthers coach and endorses him wholeheartedly. “I like the hire,” Tipton said. “I love the hire, actually.” He met Pat Narduzzi last summer in East Lansing, Mich. Tipton attended a Michigan State camp ...
Youth has Moon wrestling back to winning
By Gary Horvath
Keegan Forsythe may attend Quaker Valley High School, but once school is out, he’s a Moon Tiger. Forsythe, a freshman, is one of five Quaker Valley ...
Quaker Valley football moving to new conference
By Gary Horvath
The Quaker Valley football team is going through a good bit of change this offseason. On top of graduating its most successful class of seniors in years, the Quakers will be leaving the Century Conference for the Midwestern Athletic Conference, or the MAC, the WPIAL announced last week. The move was ...

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