Girls’ Soccer Makes a Run at a State Championship

Bradley Hart, Staff Writer November 8, 2012

The Seneca Valley girls’ soccer team made it to the WPIAL Championship after a hard fought season, where they faced off against the number one ranked team, Peters Township. It was a bitterly contested...

Misha Demchuk, seen here, charges down the field with the ball.

October Athlete of the Month: Misha Demchuck

John Madeira, Staff Writer October 22, 2012

The athlete of the month is not only an athlete that excels in their sport on the field, but also excels off the field, which is why the athlete of the month for October is senior Misha Demchuck. Misha...

Seniors on the girls varsity soccer team from left to right: Misha Demchuck, Mallory Accamando, Alex Bilka, Melissa Lynskey, Morgan Williams,  and Rachel Leake. (Photo:

Seneca Secures Another Section Title

Bradley Hart, Staff Writer October 10, 2012

The Lady Raiders have been on a roll ever since their loss to the Hampton Talbots early on this year, not losing a single game since then and now has a record of 14-1.  They got their revenge on the...

Tennis Talk with Coach Wick

Melissa John, Staff Writer September 26, 2012

Very seldom do other fall sports get the same recognition as the typical Friday night football game. Girls' tennis, a fall sport taken very seriously here at Seneca Valley, is one of these underrecognized...

Spike, hit, set, its back!

Spike, hit, set, it’s back!

Nicole Jelinek, Entertainment Editor September 17, 2012

The 2012- 2013 girls' volleyball team is back, and their season is already breezing by. The girls had their first game on September 4, where they took on Fox Chapel at home and pulled out a win in...

Girls Soccer Gets on Track After a Rocky Start

Girls’ Soccer Gets on Track After a Rocky Start

Bradley Hart, Staff Writer September 5, 2012

The Seneca Valley varsity girls' soccer team has been known throughout WPIAL for having one of the most competitive teams in the league every year, and this year's team is no exception.  This repetitively...

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