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Photo by Grace Concelman and John Boujoukos

Sophomore Kelly Langhans raced to a school record in the 400 meters in taking second place at the PIAA Championships on Saturday at Shippensburg University.  Langhans lowered her own record in the 400 to 56.64.  Senior Andrew McMillen took fifth in the shot put while senior Colin Moleton was fifth in the javelin for the highest finishes on the boys' side.

Sophomore Sean Gil tied for sixth in the pole vault and junior Max Brown was eighth in the 1600 meter run for the Tigers.

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Meet Results

Three Tigers took home gold medals at the WPIAL Class AAA Individual Championships at Baldwin High School on Thursday.  Sophomore Kelly Langhans set a new school record in winning the 400 in 56.97.  Junior Max Brown won the 1600 while senior Colin Moleton set a meet record in with a toss of 197-6 in the javelin.  The top four in each event qualified for the PIAA Championships next week along with 5th-8th place winners who met the PIAA qualifying times and distances.

For the boys' team, senior Dan Boada took third in the 300 hurdles to qualify but his eighth place in the 110 hurdles did not meet the PIAA time.  Senior John Boujoukos took fourth in the 1600 to qualify for states while the 1600 relay team made the cut with a third place finish.  In field events, senior Andrew McMillen took second in the discus with a toss of 164-9 and third in the shot put.  Junior Adam Hambrick was fifth in the discus and sophomore Sean Gil fifth in the pole vault, but both NA athletes met the qualifying distances and heights.  Several Tigers placed in the meet but did not qualify for states.  Brown was fifth in the 800, senior John Woodruff took eighth in the 400, junior Bill Knight was 6th in the pole vault, and sophomore Garrett Larkin was sixth in the shot put. 

For the Lady Tigers, the 1600 and 3200 relay teams both earned a trip to states with third place finishes.  In the pole vault, sophomore Kristin Zeleznik was third in the pole vault while junior Michelle Diez was fourth in the 800.  There were a number of Lady Tigers who placed but did not qualify for the PIAA meet.  Freshman Sydney Schwab was fifth in the javelin, junior Kelley O'Brien was seventh in the 3200, the 400 relay team was seventh, and sophomore Maura Higgins finished eighth in the triple jump.

Congratulations to the Tigers who qualified for next week's PIAA championship meet.  Good luck at states!

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Field Events at 2:00 pm; Track Events at 3:00 pm

A number of NA athletes from both the boys' and girls' teams qualified for the WPIAL Individual Championships at the Northern Qualifier held at Butler on Wednesday afternoon.  The top eight qualifiers advanced to the finals that will be held on Thursday at Baldwin High School.

In boys' events, Andrew McMillen was first in both the shot put and the discus.  The Tiger senior posted a 58-5 in the shot put and threw a 167-0 in the discus.  Junior Max Brown took first in the 1600 with a 4:28.97 while senior Dan Boada was first in the 300 hurdles with a 39.93.  Boada also qualified in the 110 hurdles with a second-place finish.  The 4x400 relay finished first with a time of 3:29.70.  Senior John Woodruff was third in the 400, junior John Boujoukos finished third in the 1600, freshman Pat Morgan was seventh in the 1600 and junior Pat Baxter took eighth in the 3200 to qualify.  The 4x800 relay team finished fourth with the 4x100 team coming in sixth.

In addition to McMillen's first-place finishes in field events, a number of additional NA athletes qualified.  In the pole vault, junior Bill Knight was second, sophomore Sean Gil was third, and junior Kevin Kovatch was fourth.  Senior Colin Moleton took third in the javelin, junior Adam Hambrick was fourth in the discus, junior Nick Henderson was eighth in the high jump, and senior Max Hand was seventh and senior Bobby Polley was eighth in the javelin.

For the Lady Tigers, sophomore Kelly Langhans ran a 58.72 in the 400 to qualify in the first position.  Freshman Sydney Schwab was first in the javelin with a 116-2, and the 4x400 relay team was first with a time of 4:00.80.  Junior Kristen Appel finished second in the 400, and sophomore Maura Higgins was second in the long jump and fourth in the triple jump.  The 4x100 relay team came in second.  Senior Lindsay Schmiedel was third in the 1600, sophomore Kelley O'Brien finished third in the 3200, and senior Katie Elmore qualified with a third in the long jump.

On the track, junior Sarah LeDonne was sixth in the 1600, junior Michelle Diez finished sixth in the 800, and sophomore Shannon Fusina qualified in both hurdles with a seventh in the 100 and eighth in the 300.  Freshman Grace Concelman took seventh in the 300.  In the field, sophomore Kristen Zeleznik was fourth in the pole vault, sophomore Kristen Beatty was fourth in the javelin, and sophomore Jade Hambrick qualified in the shot put with a fifth and the discus with a sixth.  Freshman Maria Nolan was sixth in the high jump.

The finals will take place on Thursday at Baldwin High School.  Field events will begin at 2:00 pm with track events scheduled to start at 3:00 pm.  The finals will begin at 6:00 pm and will be broadcast by the MSA Sports Network.

To listen to the finals on MSA Sports, click here!

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Meet Results

Both Tiger teams were victorious in the WPIAL Team Championships at Newman Stadium on Monday afternoon.  The Lady Tigers won their fifth straight championship with victories over Canon-McMillan, 93-57, Norwin, 88-63, and Butler, 95-65.  Sophomore Kelly Langhans set two school records to pace NA.  Langhans broke the school record in the 400 with a 57.1 and in the 200 with a 25.4.

Langhans earned first place finishes in the 200 against all three teams, and first in the 400 against Canon-Mac and Butler.  Junior Kelley O'Brien took first in both the 1600 and 3200 against all three teams while junior Michelle Diez won the 800 against Canon-Mac and Norwin.  Sophomore Shannon Fusina won the 110 hurdles against both Norwin and Butler while junior Lindsay Appel took the 100 against Butler.  Appel also piled up points with second and third place finishes in both the 100 and 200.  Freshman Grace Concelman won the 300 high hurdles against Butler and earned third place points in both the 100 and 300 hurdles against the other two teams.  The 3200 relay team defeated all three opponents while the 400 team downed Norwin and Butler.  The 1600 team was victorious against Canon-McMillan and Butler.

In the field events, sophomore Maura Higgins won the long jump against all three teams and the triple jump against Norwin, sophomore Jade Hambrick won the shot put against both Canon-McMillan and Norwin, and  sophomore Kristen Zeleznik captured the pole vault against Canon-Mac and Norwin.  Freshman Sydney Schwab took the javelin against Canon-Mac, with sophomore Kristen Kozak winning the high jump against the Big Macs.

Once again, second and third place points were crucial to the Lady Tigers' success.  Junior Sarah LeDonne was second in the 1600 against both Norwin and Butler while sophomore Marissa Butler took second in the 800 against Canon-Mac and Norwin.  Senior Katie Elmore picked up second place points in both the 400 and long jump.  Freshman Laura Ochs was second in the 3200 against Butler and third against the other two teams.  third place points were earned by junior Michelle Sauer in the 800, senior Lindsay Schmiedel in the 1600, Kara Carothers in the 100, and Jackie Sokulski in the 3200.

Second and third place points in the field were earned by sophomore Melissa Kozak in the shot, freshman Maria Nolan in the high jump, and freshman Ginny Thistle in the shot and discus.

The boys' team downed Upper St. Clair, 80-70, Latrobe, 96-54, and Baldwin, 93-57.  Junior Max Brown led the charge for NA with first place finishes in the 1600, 800 and 3200 against all three opponents.  Senior Dan Boada took the 300 hurdles, was first in the 110 hurdles against Latrobe and Baldwin, while place second in the 200 against Baldwin and third against USC and Latrobe.  Junior Bill Knight won the pole vault but also picked up valuable points in the 100 and 200.  Senior John Woodruff won the 400 against USC and took second against Latrobe and Baldwin.  The 3200 meter relay team defeated all three teams while the 1600 squad defeated Latrobe.

In the field, senior Andrew McMillen took first in the discus against all three opponents, including a victory over USC's Rob Rankin.  Rankin came back to win the shot put, but McMillen was first against Latrobe and Baldwin.  Junior Nick Henderson won the high jump against all three teams and took the long jump against Latrobe.  Senior Colin Moleton captured the javelin competition against all three opponents while freshman Geoff Greco took the triple jump against Latrobe.  

The Tigers got second and third place points from a number of athletes.  Junior John Boujoukos was second in the 1600 and 3200 against all three teams.  Greco took a second in the 110 hurdles against Baldwin.  Collin Burry was third in the 800 against all three opponents, junior Pat Baxter took two thirds in the 3200, and junior Steve Spagnol was third in the high hurdles against Baldwin.

In the field, sophomore Garrett Larkin picked up seconds and thirds in the shot with junior Adam Hambrick taking third in the shot.  Senior Bobby Polley picked up second and third place points in the javelin, and Kevin Kovatch had two seconds and a third in the pole vault.

The WPIAL Individual Qualifiers will be held tomorrow.



FIRST ROUND - Wednesday
*NORTH ALLEGHENY - 100  New Castle - 50
NORTH ALLEGHENY - 98  Gateway - 52
Gateway - 85  New Castle - 65
at West Mifflin
*Upper St. Clair - 80  West Mifflin - 70
Upper St. Clair - 84  Hempfield - 66
Upper St. Clair - 80  Central Catholic - 70
Central Catholic - 76  West Mifflin - 74
Central Catholic - 78  Hempfield - 72
West Mifflin - 87  Hempfield - 63
at Latrobe
*Latrobe - 89  Butler - 61
Latrobe - 98  Laurel Highlands - 52
Butler - 104  Laurel Highlands - 41
at Baldwin
*Baldwin - 110  Peters Township - 40
Baldwin - 114  Connellsville - 36
Baldwin - 95  West Allegheny - 55
West Allegheny - 74  Peters Township - 55
West Allegheny - 94  Connellsville - 55
Connellsville - 75  Peters Township - 66
FINALS - MONDAY at Newman Stadium, 4:00 pm
NORTH ALLEGHENY - 96  Latrobe - 54
NORTH ALLEGHENY - 93  Baldwin - 64
NORTH ALLEGHENY - 80  Upper St. Clair - 70
Upper St. Clair - 86.3  Latrobe - 63.7
Upper St. Clair - 86  Baldwin - 64
Baldwin - 76  Latrobe - 74

* - Advance to semifinals


FIRST ROUND - Wednesday
*NORTH ALLEGHENY - 107.5  Thomas Jefferson - 42.5
NORTH ALLEGHENY - 104.5  Mt. Lebanon - 45.5
NORTH ALLEGHENY - 129.5  Mars - 20.5
Mt. Lebanon - 90  Thomas Jefferson - 60
Mt. Lebanon - 111 Mars - 39
Thomas Jefferson - 98  Mars - 52
at West Mifflin
*Norwin - 117.5  West Mifflin - 32.5
Norwin - 86.5  Penn Hills - 66.5
Norwin - 117  Moon - 33
Penn Hills - 85  West Mifflin - 65
Penn Hills - 89  Moon -  61
Moon - 81  West Mifflin - 69
at Latrobe
*Butler - 78  Latrobe - 72
Butler - 98.5  Laurel Highlands - 51.5
Butler - 124  Plum - 26
Latrobe - 99  Laurel Highlands - 51
Latrobe - 110  Plum - 39
Laurel Highlands - 96  Plum - 53
at Baldwin
*Canon-McMillan - 134  Uniontown - 16
Canon-McMillan - 89   Seneca Valley - 56
Canon-McMillan - 100  West Allegheny - 50
Seneca Valley - 116  Uniontown - 34
Seneca Valley - 103  West Allegheny - 47
West Allegheny - 94  Uniontown - 56
FINALS - MONDAY at Newman Stadium, 4:00 pm
NORTH ALLEGHENY - 95  Butler - 55
NORTH ALLEGHENY - 93  Canon-McMillan - 57
NORTH ALLEGHENY - 88  Norwin - 62
Norwin - 84  Canon-McMillan - 66
Norwin - 82  Butler - 68
Butler - 78  Canon-McMillan - 74

* - Advance to semifinals

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The Lady Tiger relay team of senior Katie Elmore, juniors Michelle Diez and Lindsay Appel, and sophomore Kelly Langhans set a meet record of 3:58.91 at the Baldwin Invitational on Friday afternoon.  The previous mark was set by Great Valley in 2002.  The meet is one of the largest in the eastern United States with over 150 boys' and girls' teams competing.

For the Lady Tigers, Diez picked up a bronze medal with a 2:20.77 in the 800 while the 400 meter relay team came in fourth.  In the field events.  In field events, freshman Maria Nolan was fifth in the high jump, freshman Sydney Schwab came in fifth in the javelin, and sophomore Maura Higgins took 6th in the triple jump.

In boys' events, junior Max Brown took third in the 1600.  In the field, senior Andrew McMillan took second in the shot with a 55-0 and fourth in the discus.  Senior Colin Moleton won silver in the javelin with a toss of 187-0.  Sophomore Sean Gil was fourth in the pole vault, Garrett Larkin was fifth in the shot, and junior Bill Knight came in sixth in the pole vault.

The Tiger teams will compete in the WPIAL Class AAA semifinals on Monday at Newman Stadium.  The boys will face Upper St. Clair while the Lady Tigers will take on Norwin.  Meet time is set for 4:00 pm.

ADULTS - $7.00     STUDENTS - $3.00

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Both the boys and girls' teams were victorious in the first round of the WPIAL Team Championships at Newman Stadium on Wednesday afternoon.  The boys' team defeated New Castle, 100-50, and Gateway, 98-52, while the girls' squad took care of Thomas Jefferson, 107.5-42.5, Mt. Lebanon, 104-5-45.5, and Mars, 129.5-20.5.

Both teams advanced to the WPIAL Team Championship finals.  The championships will be held at Newman Stadium on Monday, May 9, at 4:00 pm.

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Both Tiger teams were victorious at Butler on Tuesday afternoon.  The boys' team wrapped up the section title with a 100-50 victory over the Tornado while the girls' squad finished with a 7-1 section record after an 82-59 win over Butler.  The boys overall record improved to 10-0 while the Lady Tigers finished with an 8-2 season mark.  

Leading the boys to victory was senior Dan Boada with wins in both hurdles and in the 400.  Junior Max Brown took both the 800,1600 and 3200 while senior Andrew McMillen captured both the shot put and the discus.  Senior John Woodruff was first in the 200 while junior Billy Knight outsprinted everyone in the 100.  Also in the field, senior Colin Moleton won the javelin and freshman Geoff Greco took the long jump.  Sophomore Sean Gil, Knight and junior Kevin Kovatch tied for first in the pole vault.  The 400 and 1600 meter relay teams were victorious.

Second place finishes went to Greco in the 110 hurdles, junior John Boujoukos in the 1600 and 3200  and junior Nick Henderson in the long jump and third in the high jump.  Pat Morgan picked up a third in the 1600, senior Steve Wize took third in the 8800 and senior Bobby Polley was third in the javelin.

Juniors Kelley O'Brien and Kelly Langhans led the Lady Tigers with double victories.  O'Brien took both the 1600 and 3200 while Langhans sprinted wins in both the 100 and 400  Junior Lindsay Appel made it a sweep in the sprints with a first in the 100.  Sophomore Shannon Fusina was first in the 100 hurdles and second in the 300 high hurdles.  Senior Katie Elmore won the long jump and took third in the 200.  Junior Michelle Diez won the 800 while sophomore Kristen Beatty captured the javelin.  All three relay teams were won their races.

Sophomore Jade Hambrick was second in the shot put and discus, Appel was second in the 100, while junior Sarah LeDonne captured a pair of thirds in both the 1600 and 3200.  Freshmen took a pair of third places --- Grace Concelman in the 300 hurdles and Maria Nolan in the high jump.  Freshman Ginny Thistle picked up a third in the discus.

The WPIAL Team Championships will begin next Wednesday.  We will post meet information when it is available. 

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Meet Results

Led by sophomore Kelly Langhans' first place finish in the 400, the Lady Tigers tied host Butler for first place in the Butler Invitational on Saturday.  Sophomore Kelley O'Brien took second in the 3200, and sophomore Jade Hambrick was second in both the shot put and the discus.  The 400 meter relay second placed second behind Penn Hills.

Junior Lindsay Appel was strong in the sprints taking third in the 100 and fifth in the 200.  Sophomore Maura Higgins took the bronze in the long jump and finished fourth in the triple jump with sophomore Kristen Beatty finishing third in the javelin.  Freshman Grace Concelman added a fifth place in the 300 hurdles, sophomores Samantha Norris and Kristen Kozak tied for sixth in the high jump, and junior Sarah LeDonne came in seventh in the 1600.

On Tuesday, the Tiger teams will travel to Butler to meet the Tornado in a section showdown.  The boys' team is undefeated with a record of 9-0, 7-0 in section.  The Lady Tigers are now 7-2, 6-1 in section.  Meet time is scheduled for 3:30 pm.

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Meet Results

In the rain and the wind at Butler High School Stadium, the Tigers finished in third place in the 41st Annual Butler Invitational on Friday.  Junior Max Brown won both the 1600 and 800 meter runs to pace the Tigers.  Senior Andrew McMillen took second in both the shot put and the discus while senior Colin Moleton was second in the javelin.  Sophomore Garrett Larkin took fourth in the shot put while senior John Woodruff was fifth in the 400.

The Lady Tigers will compete the Butler Invitational on Saturday morning with events slated to get under way at 9:00 am.  The Tiger teams will travel to Butler on Tuesday afternoon for a showdown with the Tornado with the section title at stake.  Meet time is scheduled for 3:30 pm.

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The Tigers will compete again in Class AAA against 50 other teams.  Individual competitors will continue to qualify for the state championships on a basis of AAA or AA classification.  The top two teams from each section will enter WPIAL team championship play.  If two teams tie for second place, the winner of head-to-head competition will enter the tournament round.  Multiple ties will be broken in the following manner:

a.  Section records of the tied teams will be compiled.
b.  The team with the best numerical record among the tied teams will be the qualifier.
c.  If the tie cannot clearly be broken, all will enter post-season play.

All multiple team meets scheduled in regular or post-season play will be scored as individual dual meets. (e.g. each team competes against all others).  A tie-breaker system for dual meet regular season and dual meet post season meets has been established.  Ties are broken by the following:

a.  Greater number of first place winners.
b.  Greater number of second place winners.
c.  Greater number of third place winners.
d.  Coin toss.

When three teams are scheduled in regular or post-season play, each will be scored as an individual dual meet.  If each team earns one win and one loss in the double scoring method, the first step of the tie breaker will be total score for the day.  If a tie persists, the regular steps of first, second and third place finishers will be applied.

The following qualifying standards have been established for boys and girls in Class AAA for entry into the individual qualifying rounds:

3200 Relay 1 team 1 team
110 Hurdles 16.0 18.0
100 Meter 11.5 13.2
1600 Meter 4:45.0 6:00.0
400 Meter 53.0 63.8
400 Relay 1 team 1 team
300 Int. Hurdle 42.5 52.0
800 Meter 2:05.0 2:35.0
200 Meter 23.5 27.5
3200 Meter 10:25.0 12:55.0
1600 Relay 1 team 1 team
Shot  Put 45' 30'
Discus 130' 90'
Pole Vault 11'3" 8'6"
Javelin 160' 100'
High Jump 6'1" 4'8"
Long Jump 19'6" 14'3"
Triple Jump 41' 30'


Franklin Regional Albert Gallatin NORTH ALLEGHENY Central/Oakland Catholic
Greensburg Salem Belle Vernon Butler Fox Chapel
Hempfield Connellsville Hampton Gateway
Kiski Derry Knoch Highlands
Indiana Elizabeth Forward North Hills Penn Hills
Latrobe Laurel Highlands Pine-Richland Plum
Norwin Uniontown Seneca Valley Woodland Hills
Penn-Trafford   Shaler  
Baldwin Chartiers Valley Ambridge (c)  
Bethel Park Keystone Oaks Blackhawk  
Canon McMillan McKeesport Hopewell  
Mt. Lebanon Peters Twp. Montour  
Trinity Ringgold Moon  
Upper St. Clair Thomas Jefferson New Castle  
  West Mifflin Northgate (c)  
    West Allegheny  

(c) - indicates co-operative sponsorship



Any questions or comments should be directed to Athletic Director Bob Bozzuto at:  bbozzuto@northallegheny.org





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