North Hills Boys Varsity Basketball

  • Overall Record: 7 - 12
  • Conference Record: N/A

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Logan Marshalek to play in the Round Ball Classic

Senior Logan Marshalek was selected to play in the Round Ball Classic basketball game. The Roundball Classic is set for April 24-25 at Geneva College with senior all-stars from the WPIAL, City League and District 10 facing off in a seven-game event. For more information, click here. Congrats to Logan! Proud to call you an

Congratulations to Logan Marshalek- 1st Team All-Section

Congratulations to Logan Marshalek who was recognized with other 1st Team Big 56 Basketball All-Conference selections at a banquet this afternoon, March 12, 2020. Logan was joined this afternoon at the luncheon alongside his parents and boys’ basketball head coach Buzz Gabos. He plans to continue his academic and athletic career next year at Waynesburg

NH Basketball recognized in BIG 56

We are proud to say that our student-athletes Logan Marshalek, Alex Smith, and Kayla Haile are being recognized by the BIG 56 All Section Teams and Honorable mentions. Logan Marshalek made 1st team Alex Smith made 2nd team and Kayla Haile received an Honorable Mention Congratulations to our basketball players and we are very proud!

Winter Sports Wrap-Up!

Before we get too excited for the Spring sports coming up in March, let’s first wrap up our Winter sports. Our Boys Basketball team just missed the playoffs with a loss vs. NA last week after coming off a great run during their regular season. Our Girls Basketball team had a good year with their


This Friday, Feb. 7th both the Girls and Boys Basketball team are hosting the long time rivals North Allegheny Tigers. The Double header tips off at 6pm with the girls game and will follow at 7:30pm with the boys. The Seniors on the Boys basketball team will be recognized before their game celebrating their senior

Boys Basketball Beats Seneca Valley to Remain in Playoff Hunt

Last night, our boys basketball team defeated Seneca Valley 74-61 to remain in contention for a WPIAL playoff spot. The Indians were led by Logan Marshalek with a 31 point effort. Alex Smith added 25 and Matt Seidl chipped in 11.  The Raiders wouldn’t go away and kept it close until late in the 4th quarter.