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

As we continue to play a fun, tough non section schedule, we welcomed the #2 ranked AAA team in Aliquippa to the Events Center. In front of a large crowd that included many neutral fans, our guys demonstrated their multiple skills in defeating a good Aliquippa team in scoring 91 points. Jett Roesing hit 7 of 11 three pointers, many from downtown, and he also led us with 10 rebounds. Isaiah Smith led us in assists with 5 to go with his 21 points, as Dave Groetsch, Isiah Warfield and Nate Ridgeway also had 4 assists. Nate scored 22 points while taking just 11 shots. Isiah and Dave moved the ball so well on offense as they both had a number of passes that led to assists. Jared Washington led us in steals with 2.

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