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Girls’ Basketball Youth Camp was a Success!

North Hills Girls’ Basketball Youth Camp provided over 100 young ladies the opportunity to learn the game of basketball and improve their skills. ​Girls had fun and worked hard all week and everyone progressed over the 4-day camp. We are all excited for the future of our Girls’ Basketball program. The only way to get

All-Sports Passes and Season Passes

North Hills Athletics Offers All-Sports Passes and Season Passes North Hills Athletics Department offers sports fans the opportunity to purchase an All-Sports Pass for both Students and Adults. Starting this fall, North Hills fans can attend all home, regular season athletic events at an overall discounted rate, while utilizing digital tickets sent directly to their mobile device. The

Girls’ Youth Basketball Camp Registration

The 2018 Girls’ Youth Basketball Camp! This camp is not affiliated with the North Hills School District. There will be two offerings for cam this year: June 11th-14th AND July 23rd-26th – both weeks will be from 9am-12pm in the Middle School Gyms All participants will receive a camp t-shirt and a Red & White

Vote Now! February Athlete of the Month

During the 2017-2018 school year, 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,

Alumni Update – Jess Bowen

North Hills 2017 Alumnus Jess Bowen is shining at Grove City! Read all about it in the Trib Live Article by Drew Karpen: North HIlls product sparks Grove City Women’s Basketball

Ryan’s 13 Points Guide North Hills to 44-35 Victory

The Lady Indians hosted Penn Trafford on Thursday evening in a non-section matchup. North Hills jumped out to a 17-6 lead in the first quarter with the help of eight points from Sydney Ryan. Penn Trafford battled back in the second quarter. Though Reaghan Panza and Allie Prady each scored a three-point basket for Penn

Lady Indians fall to North Allegheny 66-27

The Lady Indians lost their game against the Lady Tigers 66-27 on Monday night. Sydney Ryan led the scoring for North Hills with 10 points. Jordan O’Malley and Abigail McElhaney scored six points each for the Lady Indians. Radford University commit Piper Morningstar led North Allegheny’s scoring with 17 points and Rachel Martindale scored 15