List of 5 news stories.

  • Eight Grade Student Takes on the National History Day Competition


    After winning the Pennsylvania state competition, Eighth grader, Roshni Thakkar moved on to represent the state at the national competitions junior division.
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  • Rising Junior Makes His Mark in the Debate World


    Luke Tyson, has had quite the year. The rising junior achieved amazing success in the world of competitive debate, winning awards at prestigious competitions such as the Harvard Debate Tournament and, the Tournament of Champions.
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  • Senior Awarded College-Sponsored Merit Scholarship


    Senior Emmy Francek has been offered the National Merit University of Oklahoma Scholarship. 
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  • Sewickley Doubles Team Wins Second Consecutive PIAA Championship


    Sewickley Academy won its second consecutive state doubles title in tennis on May 27, 2018, at Hershey Racquet Club
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  • Junior Wins Top Places in International Music Competitions


    Bobo Liang won first place in the Young Musician Category in the 2018 International Maestro Piano and String Competition and third place in the 16th International Competition “Luigi Zanuccoli” for Young Musicians.
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Coach's Comments

On a hot afternoon at Nichols Field, Sewickley Academy tied Quigley Catholic in an emotional battle. A scoreless and uneventful first half led to a physical and highly contested second half. Lekha Amin beautifully headed in the first goal of the game off a driven corner kick. There was a sense that this single goal would be enough to win, but then with the clock ticking down inside three minutes, Quigley scored to tie the game 1-1. Sewickley dominated both overtime periods, but was unable to put it away. Sewickley moves to 5-1-2 with the tie.


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