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HIGH SCHOOL NEWSLETTER // MARCH 2018 Final Amateurism Certification Reminder for Students Students enrolling full time at an NCAA Division I or II college or university in Fall 2018 may request their final amateurism certification starting April 1. This is a requirement to compete their freshman year. To request final amateurism, students should log in to
Boys Varsity Swimming · Tribune Review: Norwin’s Tulenko glides into PIAA championships
Information Courtesy of Tribune Review: For Full Article and/or Trib Live Version Click Here Norwin sophomore Ethan Tulenko entered the season hoping just to make a qualifying cut for the WPIAL Class AAA boys swimming championship meet March 1-2 at Pitt’s Trees Pool. Tulenko did better, making it to states, too. Tulenko (21.53 seconds) was seeded
Boys Varsity Wrestling · Phipps finishes 2nd at PIAA Wrestling Championships
Information Courtesy of Tribune Review: For Full Article and/or Trib Live Version Click Here HERSHEY — The sweetest place on Earth turned sour for Westmoreland County wrestlers at the PIAA Class AAA wrestling championships Saturday. Three close losses, including one controversial call, left the wrestlers and their coaches with a bad taste in their mouths from
Coed Varsity Bowling · Norwin Bowlers find Success at Regionals
Members of the Norwin Bowling Program found success this past weekend at the Regional Competition: Rachel Lundy and CJ Turek both had good showings in the individual competition and advanced to the State Championship event on Friday 3/16 The Boys Team finished 3rd out of 18 teams and will compete for the State Team Championship
Girls Varsity Basketball · Girls Basketball Members Honored at Big 56 Banquet
Members of the Girls Basketball Program were honored at the 2018 Big 56 Conference Winter Banquet. Listed from left to right above: Jayla Wehner (1st Team All-Section), Brian Brozeski (Section Coach of the Year), and Magen Polczynski (1st Team All-Section). Other Norwin students who received post-season recognition included: Olivia Gribble (2nd Team All-Section Girls
Boys Varsity Wrestling · Tribune Review: Standout sophomore Phipps ‘shows progression’ at WPIAL wrestling championships
Information Courtesy of Tribune Review: For Full Article and/or Trib Live Version Click Here Norwin wrestler Kurtis Phipps proved to be the best in the west at 106 pounds for the second consecutive season. The sophomore added to his prolific season by topping the field at WPIAL Class AAA tournament at Canon-McMillan. “It’s awesome,” Phipps said.
Boys Varsity Swimming, Girls Varsity Swimming · Tribune Review: Norwin’s Tulenko takes 6th at WPIAL championships
Information Courtesy of Tribune Review: For Full Article and/or Trib Live Version Click Here Norwin swimmers gained valuable experience last week at the WPIAL championship meet at Pitt’s Trees Pool. Sophomore Ethan Tulenko was the highest finisher for the Knights, earning a sixth-place medal in the 50 freestyle (21.53). He also was 13th in the 100
Boys Varsity Wrestling · Tribune Review: Norwin sophomore Kurtis Phipps wins 2nd WPIAL wrestling title
Information Courtesy of Tribune Review: For Full Article and/or Trib Live Version Click Here Norwin sophomore Kurtis Phipps wasn’t happy with how he earned his second WPIAL/Southwest Regional Class AAA title Saturday at Canon-McMillan. Phipps was awarded a penalty point in the second period of his match against Seneca Valley freshman Alejandro Herrera for a 1-0