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Congratulations Madelyn Mahoney – New Pool Record!

Congratulation to Madelyn Mahoney on breaking the NH pool record in the 100 Freestyle! She swam an impressive 53.21 on January 17th vs Pine Richland to break the record. Good Luck the rest of the season and at WPIAL’s!

Vote for the January Athlete of the Month! Sponsored by DiPietro’s Restaurant.

The Athletic Office along with the Varsity Club will be promoting an “Athlete of the Month”. Varsity coaches from the current season will nominate an individual that they feel works hard, stays humble and helps others. As we live our lives, we inherently create our tradition. With that being said, what if the only thing

Swim Team in the News!

Swim Team in the news! Check out the full article “Swimmers Hitting qualifying marks in early going” by Kevin Lohman:

Congratulations to our November Athletes of the Month!

Congratulations to Sarah Grace Kuchma (Girls’ Swimming) and  Luke Seidl  (Boys’ Basketball) who were selected as the North Hills Athletic Department’s: November Athletes of Month! Both Sarah Grace and Luke have been recognized by those casting votes that they exemplify working hard and staying humble in their sport! Each will receive a FREE pizza from DiPietro’s Italian Restaurant in West

Winter Community Pep Rally – November 30

North Hills will host a Winter Community Pep Rally sponsored by Chick-fil-A on Friday, November 30 at 7:00 pm in the Middle School Annex Gymnasium. The 2018 winter varsity boys’ and girls’ basketball, swimming, diving, and wrestling teams will be introduced. The event will feature performances by the North Hills Marching Band’s drumline and cheerleaders.

NCAA Night: Becoming a College Athlete

The Evening Guidance Series will be hosting a seminar on Wednesday, November 7th at 7:00pm in the MS LGI Room to talk about the NCAA Requirements and Becoming a College Athlete. Students who would like to continue competing in their sport at the collegiate level need to begin preparing when entering ninth-grade in order to be