rss_feed Latest News

Cross Country Results August 29, 2018

On a hot & humid Wednesday afternoon at Ohio Township Park, the Avonworth Cross Country team invited South Fayette & Beaver for their final scrimmage of the pre-season. In the Girls race, Avonworth runners Anna Igims, Emily Tyler and Lindsey Hartle took three of the top five spots.  Natalie Marshall and Brooke Johncour had the

Turner Grau Makes Verbal commitment to Youngstown state

Turner Grau to become a penguin. No not a Pittsburgh Hockey Penguin or a Danny DeVito sidekick in the batman movie. Turner made a verbal commitment to continue his Athletic endeavors and play baseball at Youngstown State University. Turner will make it binding when he signs his official National Letter of Intent in November. Youngstown

Sponsorship Spotlight: Allegheny Health Network | Presented by VNN

We’re excited to welcome Allegheny Health Network as an official partner of the Avonworth Senior High School athletic website! The Orthopaedic Institute at Allegheny Health Network (AHN) offers a unique, collaborative continuum of compassionate and cutting-edge medical care for athletes – all with the goal of keeping athletes at maximum function, reducing risk, and safely

Trio of Avonworth senior athletes commit to Division I programs

Trio of Avonworth senior athletes commit to Division I programs By: Karen Kadilak Tuesday, August 21, 2018 | 4:03 PM     PreviousNext Three Avonworth seniors in various sports have made commitments to NCAA Division I programs, including one near home. Abby Wert, Pitt women’s soccer; Emily Ferketic, Maryland-Baltimore County women’s volleyball; and Karen Siddoway, James Madison

Avonworth finishes 4th in Trib live competition

The Trib Live annually sponsors a competition for High School Athletic Programs. Since 2010 we have made progress in this competition and have moved up the ranks each year. As you can see we are the top public school on that list for last year even though we did not receive credit for the Boys Swimming

Johncours lead Avonworth into promising campaign

Avonworth did every coach in the WPIAL a favor last season when the Antelopes waltzed into Charleroi’s Myron Pottios Stadium as a No. 13 seed and upset the No. 5-seeded Cougars. The win came by a team that had a sub-.500 record and lost three of its final four regular-season games. Nevertheless, Avonworth continued to