List of 5 news stories.

  • Junior Receives a Certificate of Superior Writing


    The National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) awarded Junior Linsey Szabo with a Certificate of Superior Writing – the highest distinction given in the NCTE Competition. 
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  • Senior Places Third in Chinese Bridge Speech Content


    Senior Pranav Mulgund won third place in the advanced level of the 13th Chinese Bridge Speech Contest for U.S. High School Students.
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  • Senior Awarded Corporate-Sponsored Merit Scholarship


    Pranav Mulgund has been selected as a winner of the National Merit Eaton Scholarship.
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  • Freshman Finishes at the Top of the Moguls


    Freshman Emily Szabo finished a fantastic year on the ski slopes, competing in freestyle mogul skiing across the United States and abroad.
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  • Four SA Students Win FIRST Tech Challenge Robotics World Championship


    Four Sewickley Academy students competed in the FIRST Tech Challenge Robotics World Championship last week in Detroit, Michigan.
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Coach's Comments

Saturday was the setting for the first round of the playoffs.  The Panthers took to the field against Riverview at Montour High School.  The first half saw both teams battle to get a rhythm for the game, however, neither team could find the back of the net.  The second half was just as equally contested, however, Riverview struck first.  With about 12 minutes left in the contest, the Panthers received a penalty shot and Alex Gordon scored the tying goal.  For the next 10 minutes both teams had chances to score, but neither could muster the go ahead goal.  But with about 2 minutes left in the game, Riverview scored the deciding goal to win 2-1 and end the Panthers season.  

Go Panthers!
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