Mrs. Oldenski Begins Teaching College Level Calculus

Mrs. Oldenski Begins Teaching College Level Calculus

Matt Di Michele, Contributor

September 8, 2015


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Mrs. Oldenski has wanted to teach Calculus ever since she was in high school. She has now been given that chance. The former 7th grade pre-algebra and algebra teacher (for the middle school "Panthers" team) is now working in the Senior High School here at Seneca Valley teaching predominately 11th...

Boys’ Volleyball: Team Celebrates Senior Night and Playoff Berth

Bradley Hart, Staff Writer

May 17, 2013


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One night, that’s what the boys’ volleyball season came down to.  On Thursday, May 9, the Raiders faced the Butler Golden Tornadoes.  This was the fourth time this season that these two skilled opponents faced each other. However this was the most important for many reasons.  Both of the teams...

Seneca Valley Approves Proposed Budget for 2013-2014 School Year

Michala McCullough, Editor-in-Chief

May 16, 2013


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For the first time in at least a decade, Seneca Valley officials unanimously agreed on a school budget. At Monday’s meeting, school board members voted 7-0 to approve the $101,007,381 proposed budget for the 2013-14 school year. In order to cut the budget deficit, the school district raised the...

Seneca Valley Marching Band Crowned Grand Champions

Michala McCullough, Editor in Chief

May 9, 2013


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This past weekend the Seneca Valley Roarin Raider Marching Band traveled to Louisville, Kentucky to compete in the 2013 Republic Bank Pegasus Parade. The marching band came away as the grand champions of the parade for the second time. This family-friendly annual event showcases some of the nation’s...

SV Volleyball: Defends their Home Court

Bradley Hart, Staff Writer

May 7, 2013


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After a rocky start to the season the Seneca Valley boys’ volleyball team seems to have finally gotten things going.  With a second place finish in the Meadville tournament and several consecutive wins versus non section Plum and section North Hills, momentum was on Seneca Valley's side. The final...

Raider Baseball: Locked and Loaded

John Madeira, Staff Writer

April 26, 2013


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The varsity baseball team is locked and loaded as they shoot for the programs third straight WPIAL title. After a somewhat sluggish start by recent standards, the Raiders have picked it up as they are currently riding a seven game win streak. The streak as boosted the Raiders record to 7-4 overall,...

Bazzoli Breaks Backboard in Basketball Classic

Bazzoli Breaks Backboard in Basketball Classic

Hailie Sandor, Staff Photographer

April 26, 2013


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Easton Bazzoli, a 6'5" senior guard at Seneca Valley, represented the school well during the Roundball Classic  held at Geneva College last Saturday night. Bazzoli threw a game stopping dunk during the all-star game that shattered the backboard to microscopic pieces. With less then a minute left in Bazzoli's final high school game, the Class AAAA ...

SV Students Visit National Air Force Museum

John Madeira, Staff Writer

April 25, 2013


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This past Monday, 47 Seneca Valley juniors and seniors took a daylong trip to visit a piece of US history: the National Museum of the United States Air Force on the Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio.  Students in Mrs. Schuster’s Aviation class, as well as students from Mr. Lucot’s A...

One Game at a Time for SV Boys’ Lacrosse

Nicole Jelinek, Entertainment Editor

April 24, 2013


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The defending WPIAL Champs, Seneca Valley varsity lacrosse, is now about half way through their season, having won four of the nine games that they have played, and they had to play the number one team in the 2013 WPIAL’s on Friday night. The Seneca team which is led by Coach Lance Diamond took...

What Not To Wear: Senior Boards Edition

What Not To Wear: Senior Boards Edition

Melissa John, staff Writer

April 24, 2013


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You've written your senior paper, you've planned and executed your entire senior project, and now you have to face your senior boards' judges in order to deliver your final speech. You've written your outline, practiced so many times that your mother can now recite your research in its entirety, and...

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