Community Sports

Kids sports camps offered through Quaker Valley
May 10, 2018
Numerous sports camps are being offered through Quaker Valley School District this summer. Tennis Clinic Who: Boys and girls ages 9-17 Note: clinics for 3-5

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Sewickley Heights’ McLean chooses to play polo for Virginia
April 20, 2018
After repeating as national champion with his scholastic team, Jack McLean of Sewickley Heights will continue his polo career with one of the top college

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HS Sports

Sewickley Academy boys basketball team a part of The Clash II at Geneva College
The Sewickley Academy boys basketball team will be in action Saturday at 6 p.m. against Akron Coventry from Ohio in the first game of The Clash II event at Geneva College. Penn Hills, the 2018 WPIAL 6A champion, will take on Vincentian Academy in the second game at 7:30. After

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Quaker Valley’s Jackovic commits to play football at Army
A desire to do useful work influenced where Quaker Valley senior Ryan Jackovic will continue his football career next season. andquot;I decided to go to Army because it offers the best mix (of) an incredible education (and) big-time football,andquot; Jackovic said. andquot;Then, after graduation, getting the chance to serve this

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Quaker Valley bowlers taking aim at section championship
The Quaker Valley boys bowling team (2-0) looks forward to being among the best in the Western Pennsylvania Interscholastic Bowling League. The Quakers welcome back three rollers from a squad that earned the West Section title and qualified for the league championship tournament last season. Seniors Jaycob Meanor (446), Jasiah

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Quaker Valley swimming gold medalist Besterman switches sports this winter
Quaker Valley girls basketball player Sophie Besterman gave up a promising career in another sport to play this season. Besterman, a junior, would have been the top returning performer on the Quaker girls swimming team, on which she shined the past two seasons. andquot;I always enjoyed playing basketball, but in

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No. 4 Sewickley Academy girls edge No. 2 Vincentian Academy in section opener
Vincentian Academy's hopes were destroyed as quickly as they were revived in a chaotic ending to a sloppy girls basketball game Thursday night. The Royals, on the heels of an 8-0 run in a 30-second span with two minutes remaining, had evened the score at 34-34. There were just a

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