The Uproar

The Fast Track

The Fast Track

Nick Farabaugh, Sports Editor May 24, 2019

Culture. It has always been a controversial part of sports. It isn’t palpable to the outside eye because the internal dynamics are not public. But it is arguably the most important aspect of how a team...

Win with Humility, Lose with Class

Win with Humility, Lose with Class

Evan Diulus, Contributing Writer May 23, 2019

“Win With Humility, Lose With Class.” I have been taught this saying ever since I started playing sports, from basketball to baseball to golf. Yes, golf. One problem many young athletes face in...

Flamethrower

Flamethrower

Nick Farabaugh, Sports Editor May 22, 2019

A Penn State commit, pitcher Ryan Partridge is just one of the members of a stacked rotation and team that is vying for the WPIAL title. How’d you really get into baseball? You know, my dad has always...

Grand Slam

Grand Slam

Luke Popelka, Sports Reporter May 22, 2019

Mark Chuirazzi, a senior, was the captain of the Boys' Tennis Team this past spring. He led them to the playoffs in a successful season. What was it like being the captain of the tennis team? It...

Steel City Hopeful

Steel City Hopeful

Luke Popelka, Sports Reporter May 20, 2019

Many football fans are already discounting the Steelers from being any good or making the playoffs next year, but I think otherwise. Yes, the Steelers lost Antonio Brown and Le’veon Bell, but there is...

Aced Up

Aced Up

Nick Farabaugh, Sports Editor May 16, 2019

A University of Mount Olive commit, Trevor Treser is one of the many forces of an NA Boys' Volleyball Team that has won 39 matches in a row. How long have you been playing volleyball and how did you...

Field Agent

Field Agent

Maddie Kantz, Reporter May 8, 2019

How long have you been playing softball? Thirteen years. Who would you say has been your biggest supporter? My coaches and my parents. What is your favorite memory from softball? There are so many...

Turf At Last

Turf At Last

Nick Farabaugh, Sports Editor April 10, 2019

It finally occurred. Last month, the NA School Board approved a renovation of the NAI field that will cost $1.96 million. Most notable among the improvements is the installation of turf on NAI's main playing...

The Fight for the Cup

The Fight for the Cup

Hannah Shiflett, Reporter April 10, 2019

Today is the day that many hockey fans and players all across the United States, Canada and other parts of the world have marked on their calendars. April 10th marks the first day of playoffs in which...

Boys’ Lacrosse 2019 Hype

Audra Sapp, NATV April 10, 2019

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Title Wave

Title Wave

Richard Jensen, Reporter March 28, 2019

Last year, the North Allegheny Boys' Swim Team won its first national title in school history.  The boys' relays in both the 200 and 400 freestyle set national public high school records. This season,...

Divas, Danger, and Drama

Divas, Danger, and Drama

Nick Farabaugh, Sports Editor March 26, 2019

The Killer Bs. Ben Roethlisberger, Antonio Brown, and Le’Veon Bell. They were so much fun to watch for their short tenure together, and Pittsburgh was the team that was next in line to take hoist the...

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