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Distillery
site plan
approved
BY LARISSA DUDKIEWICZ
A former single-family
home, tucked away in a
Top dogs wooded area off the Mt.
James, an 8-year-old Spinone Nebo interchange, could
Italiano, is set to retire from become the latest distillery
competition after a final stint in Western Pennsylvania.
at Westminster this week. Sewickley Hills Council
Page 13. approved a site plan and
conditional use permit
allowing McLaughlin
Distillery to move forward
INDEX with plans to produce fine-
OBITUARIES..........................................12 crafted spirits.
REAL ESTATE..................................... 20 Kim McLaughlin of
SPORTS...................................................23 Mars said his distillery will
CLASSIFIEDS........................................26 be small, producing bour-
bon, vodka and moonshine
at fewer than 2,000 gallons
per year. No sales will take
A Tradition Since 1903 place from the site.
Volume 113, Issue 7 Its a small craft dis-
www.yoursewickley.com tillery, McLaughlin said
412-324-1403 during a public hearing
KRISTINA SERAFINI | TRIBUNE-REVIEW last week.
McLaughlin filed an
FUN IN THE SNOW application to use the
Blackburn Road property
Bryan Suydam of Sewickley sled rides down a hill with his son Thomas, 1, at War Memorial Park in Sewickley
on Monday. DISTILLERY 2

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Distillery site plan approved in Sewickley Hills QV to host


forum about
elementary
DISTILLERY FROM 1 property is leased, McLaughlin
for what he described as a craft Its a pretty neat operation. You watch on TV shows said he might have to find an-

demographics
other location to expand.
hobby business.
Located west of the Glenfield (about) moonshine, but its not like that at all. The The property is located in a C-I
Road intersection and the Mt.
Nebo Road interchange of Inter-
security system that he had to have, as part of the zoning district, which required a
conditional use and land devel- Quaker Valley School
state 79, the house is situated on regulations...Its pretty impressive. opment site plan previously District will host a pub-
a mostly wooded, 1.7-acre parcel recommended by the planning lic forum 7 p.m. Monday
and has a shed and a gravel drive- NORBERT MICKLOS commission. regarding elementary level
way leading up to the front. OHIO TOWNSHIP POLICE CHIEF Because of a steep hillside be- population and a demo-
McLaughlin plans to use a hind the house, the business also graphic study.
still mechanism with a 55-gallon had to acquire zoning variances School board members
maximum capacity. It takes about for parking. are considering whether
four to five hours to run the slow- quired to distill and sell liquors. pounds of grain at a time. Three parking spots will be to restructure or redistrict
trickle process. The product will be sold online Ohio Township Police Chief built in the front and on the side, the districts two elemen-
The distillation process in- or taken off site for distribution, Norbert Micklos, whose depart- where a handicap-accessible tary schools: Edgeworth
volves evaporating the alcohol Victor said. Output will depend ment patrols Sewickley Hills, ramp and loading area also will and Osborne.
using a heating element that will on demand. said McLaughlin came to him be placed on an existing concrete One plan calls for one
heat the mash to 172 degrees to McLaughlin said he can do one early and said he was impressed pad. building to house kinder-
collect the vapor then condense it batch a day, or 5 gallons at the with what had been done to meet Council approved the site plan garten through second
back to liquid. most. stringent federal regulations. and conditional use of the distill- grade, while another
Im taking really good quality No waste material from the Its a pretty neat operation, ery contingent that no regional building would house third-
ingredients and its like with any distillery will go into the septic Micklos said. You watch on TV through fifth-grade.
sales, organized tours or tastings
recipe, he said. What you put in system. Grains will be trucked shows (about) moonshine, but its The forum is planned
on site would be permitted since
it, is what youre going to get out out and distributed to farms for not like that at all. The security for Quaker Valley Middle
ample parking is not available on School, 618 Harbaugh St.,
of it. cattle feed and fertilizer. system that he had to have, as site.
Steven Victor of Victor Wetzel McLaughlin said he will truck part of the regulations...Its Sewickley.
pretty impressive. Information about the
Associates said the distillery has out the matter, estimated to be Larissa Dudkiewicz is a Tribune-Review
study is posted at qvsd.org.
all of the federal permits re- about 25 gallons of liquid and 20 If sales take off, because the contributing writer.

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Leetsdale appoints Raible police chief POLICE LOG

Assault careless driving Feb. 8


for an incident Jan. 31.
BY LARISSA DUDKIEWICZ draw up the chiefs contract. Sewickley police
Leetsdale has a new police Ive been with the Leetsdale Police Department In the meantime, he is work- charged Amanda Miller, Theft
ing under the same terms as
chief, promoted from within
the department.
for almost 15 years now and I plan on retiring from he did when he was acting
27, of West Mifflin with
aggravated assault, ter-
A Bradley Lane,
Sewickley resident
Council earlier this here in another 15. Id like to think that Ive done chief, officials said. Raibles roristic threats, prohib- reported Feb. 12 some-
salary as acting chief was
month unanimously pro-
moted Daniel Raible, who
a great job for us so far and I just want to let $36.21 per hour.
ited acts and disorderly
conduct Feb. 8.
one ransacked their
unlocked vehicle and
has served as acting chief (council) know I plan on doing the same. Solicitor Megan Ott said stole about $30 in cash
since the departments for- the Civil Service Commis- DUI and change.
mer chief resigned last year.
The boroughs Civil Service
DANIEL RAIBLE
LEETSDALE POLICE CHEIF
sion will continue working
to develop an eligibility list
Leetsdale police
charged Stephen Mattie Hit and run
Commission recommended for hiring officers. A writ- Jr., 55, of Sewickley A Bradley Lane,
appointing Raible. ten portion of the test was with driving under the Sewickley resident
Raible called his new job
Santucci, who resigned work and weve had some planned for Feb. 12 for police influence of alcohol or reported Feb. 13 some-
an honor.
effective July 31. Santucci opportunities in the past candidates. controlled substance, one struck her parked
Ive been with the
had been placed on paid to see Dan run the police Council also appointed driving while operating vehicle cracking its
Leetsdale Police Depart-
ment for almost 15 years administrative leave July department as sergeant, so Officer Giancarlo DeSimone privilege is suspended taillight and causing a
now and I plan on retiring 20 pending an investigation its great that youre moving as a part-time officer. DeSim- or revoked and reckless small paint scuff.
from here in another 15, about complaints regarding up to the chiefs position, one interned in the borough driving Feb. 10 for an
him. council President Wes incident Nov. 3, 2015. Suspended license

Raible said. Id like to think and helped set up the depart-
that Ive done a great job for Mayor Pete Poninsky on James said. ments payroll system. He Leetsdale police Edgeworth police
us so far and I just want to Feb. 11 presented Raible Raible will work with charged Aaron Delo, charged Daniel Barr,
also has worked in Stowe
let (council) know I plan on with his police chief council members Jeff 30, of Avalon with two 27, of Leetsdale with
and in the Beaver County
doing the same. uniform stars. A formal Weatherby, chairman of the counts of driving under driving while operating
sheriffs department.
Raible has been acting swearing-in ceremony will public safety committee, and the influence of alcohol privilege is suspended
police chief since the depar- take place next month. Councilman Joe McGurk be- LarissaDudkiewiczisaTribune-Review or controlled substance and two counts of pro-
ture of former Chief James Dans done a lot of fore next months meeting to contributingwriter. and one count of hibited acts Feb. 6.

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Edgeworth school carnival offers fun for all ages


BY CHRISTINA SHELEHEDA Relay For Life of Quaker The students and their Bradley said the carnival
A childrens carnival
Valley, which is planned
for June 4 at the Sewickley
Carnival for a Cure families organize ahead
of time as well as give up
is a great service project
for the kids to learn about
at Edgeworth Elementary
Valley YMCA. When: 7 to 9 p.m. Feb. 26 a Friday night in Febru- the American Cancer
School will make room for
We wanted to do more Where: Edgeworth Elementary School, 200 Meadow ary to spend time together Society and raise aware-
adults to have some fun, Lane, Edgeworth.
too. things to get the entire learning valuable life les- ness while participating in
Proceeds: Will benefit the Edgeworth Relay For Life
The Carnival for a Cure community involved, sons that do not come in a community service.
team, which participates in the American Cancer Society
scheduled for 7 p.m. Feb. 26 event organizer Barbara Relay For Life of Quaker Valley event, which is planned for textbook. Fifth-grader Audrey Hem-
at Edgeworth Elementary Cooley Thaw said of the June 4 at the Sewickley Valley YMCA. Bradley first participated wall says her favorite part
School will feature games carnival. Tickets: For the carnival go on sale Monday at the school in the Relay For Life event of the carnival is doing
and prizes for children as it Fun for the students and also can be purchased at the event. before helping to organize the booths and having the
has done for the last several will include spin art, face For more information: Contact Barbara Cooley Thaw at the carnival. opportunity to help out
painting and other games, bcthaw@aol.com. I participated in the
years. But new this year with charity.
will be jewelry and acces- including fortune telling. activities, walked the track, Another fifth-grader,
sories vendor Pearl Peddler The carnival is a fund- whatever was there, she Matthew Turner, said he
and a hole-in-one game for raiser for the Edgeworth has raised more than $8,000 parents during the plan- said. I just took time loves that all the money
a chance at a round of golf Elementary School team in the four years it has ning and execution of the to share the day. Then I we make from the carnival
at Sewickley Heights Golf for Relay For Life, which is been at Edgeworth. event. worked with some of the goes to help a good cause.
Club. led by fifth-grade teacher The biggest reward, They give of themselves teachers at my school to
The event benefits the Jen Bradley. Bradley said, is the involve- through their time, talents raise money and have our Christina Sheleheda is a Tribune-
American Cancer Societys Bradley said the school ment of the students and and donations, she said. own team for the relay. Review contributing writer.

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Critter skull program coming Officials consider fees, decreased


to Fern Hollow Nature Center hours to reduce splash pad costs
BY CHRISTINA SHELEHEDA A retired North Hills High School BY LARISSA DUDKIEWICZ
CSI is coming to Fern Hollow Nature
environmental science and biology
teacher, Milliken said as odd as it Operating hours and Were looking into the water authority
Center, but this program has more
to do with critter skulls than crime
might sound to some everyone loves days at Leetsdales splash
pad could be cut and a fee
to figure out if cutting back hours
scenes.
skulls.
Its funny, she said, you wouldnt could be added to help off- would help reduce the costs right now.
The Sewickley Heights nature believe it but kids no matter the age set costs, borough council
centers CSI Critter Skull Investiga- members said. LAUREN JONES
can understand and comprehend
tion program set for Feb. 27 aims to that skulls are related to their own The boroughs parks LEETSDALE COUNCILWOMAN

help others understand animals and roles in the environment. Knowing and and recreation committee
creatures in everyday surroundings, recognizing different bones puts things could recommend possibly
Environmental Educator Stacey Wid- into perspective. charging a fee for use of and/or nonresidents who days a week. During the
enhofer said. The class, which starts with a the splash pad among other use the facility. summer, the splash pad
Whats most important is teaching presentation, will focus on enhancing considerations, Councilor Its an ongoing discus- generally is open during
the students how to find the answers, scientific observation skills that are es- Lauren Jones said. sion, Jones said. Were early afternoon through
she said. The only way they can truly sential in identifying objects. Activities The splash pad opened looking into the water early evening seven days a
learn what to look for is through trial will be conducted in smaller groups to in 2009 at a cost of $105,000, authority to figure out if week.
and error. enhance the students knowledge and though most of the facility cutting back hours would Once research on splash
Geared toward students in second understanding. was paid through grant help reduce the costs right pad operating costs are
through fifth grades, the program will Both Widenhofer and Milliken said money, and offers features now. complete, the commit-
focus on scientific observation skills Western Pennsylvanians are lucky to such as buckets dumping Council President Wes tee will present a plan to
and identifying teeth, skulls and vari- have the Carnegie Museum of Natural water and spraying hoses. James said one consid- council.
ous skull models. Stations will be set History, which they consider to be a Council members have eration is to operate
up to provide attendees with necessary great source of skulls, bones and other discussed over the years Thursdays, Fridays and Larissa Dudkiewicz is a Tribune-Review
tools and information to recognize artifacts. charging a fee to residents Saturdays instead of seven contributing writer.
artifacts. Its where I get most of my materi-
Pat Milliken designed and will teach als for the classes, Milliken said.
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Herald
CLASSIFIED DEATH NOTICES

Mona L. Glenn 1939 graduate of Butler High a F i n d l ay

seeks
SEWICKLEY School and a 1943 graduate of Township
Sewickley Valley School of resident
Mona NeNe L. Glenn, Nursing. She is survived by since 1976,

Citizens
88, of Sewickley, passed nieces and nephews, William passed away
away Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2016, Jarvie (friend, Joyce Bag- M o n d a y,
at Manor Care of North nall), of Portersville, Thomas Feb. 8, 2016,

of Year
Hills with her family at her Jarvie (Renee), of Sewickley,
OBITUARY DEPARTMENT a t B e ave r
side. A member of St. Ste- Craig Jarvie, of Boca Ra- Elder Care.
phens Church of Sewickley, ton, Fla., Amy Jarvie, of
she was born in Altoona on She was born in Sewickley,
Toll Free: 1-866-794-9801 Leetsdale, Donald Steffenau- Nov. 23, 1942, to the late Eu-
March 23, 1927. Mona is sur- er (Elaine), of Bethel Park, Nominations are
Toll Free Fax: 1-866-794-9799 vived by her children, Judie David Steffenauer (Jan), of
gene R. and Lillian M. (Sim-
sought for the annual
(Pat) Vescio, Barbara Du- mons) Hoover. She was the
email: Obits@tribweb.com Bloomsburg, Karen Grove Sewickley Herald Man,
rant (late husband Thomas) beloved wife for 53 years
(Robert), of Saxonburg, Al- Woman and Citizen of
Sunday through Friday 11:30am to 7:00pm and Stephen Glenn, all of lyn Eraca (David), of New to Daniel R. Weisenmiller;
loving mother of Connie the Year honor.
Sewickley; six grandchil- York, William VonHofen III
Saturday 10:30am to 6:00pm dren, Jennifer Vescio, Rob- Mitchell; proud and cher- We invite you to
(Janie), of Jacksonville, Fla.,
ert (Charlene) Vescio, Dan- ished grandmother of Dan- help us select the 40th
Barbara Moore (Steve), of
iel (Stephanie) Durant, Todd Jacksonville, Fla., Jan Von- iel Mitchell, all of Findlay group of honorees
(Dallas) Durant, Glenn and Hofen (Sharon) and Jed Von- Township; and sister of Dar- by sending us a few

Thought for Matthew Durant; also six Hofen (Geri), of Sewickley, lee Hartley, of Omaha, Neb., paragraphs detail-
great-grandchildren survive. Jill Wellinger (Richard), of J.R. Hoover, of Somerset, ing the achievements
Family received friends Florida, and Jane Lesko (Da- England, and the late June of an individual or
the Week in St. Stephens Episcopal
Church, 405 Frederick St.,
vid), of Virginia; 18 great-
nieces and nephews; seven
Sowers, Twyla, Bill, Dennis
and Thomas Hoover. San-
group whom you think
should be honored.
Sewickley. Interment in great-great-nieces and neph- dra was a 1961 graduate of Please include your
Sewickley Cemetery was ews; and sister-in-law, Betty Moon Area High School and name, phone number
After losing many battles, but
private. Arrangements by Steffenauer. There will Licensed Practical Nursing and email address so
winning a war, George Washington Copelands Sewickley. be no viewing. A memo- School in Ambridge. For we can learn more
hoped to retire from public life to rial service will be held years she practiced nursing about your choices.
his beautiful and beloved home at 11:30 a.m. Saturday, at Sewickley Valley Hospi-
on the banks of the Potomac. His
Dorothy Feb. 27, 2016, at St. Pauls tal, Robinson Development
From now until
March 4, well look for
countrymen, however, needed George In Loving Memory (Steffenauer) Lutheran Church, 616 Center and Manor Care in your recommendations
Washington St., Sewickley.
Washington in peace even more than of R.D. Copeland VonHofen Announcement by COPE-
North Hills. She loved to on those who have
SEWICKLEY read, cook and playing pogo given to the commu-
in war. They called upon him to lead LAND FUNERAL HOME, on the computer. Her family
their infant republic forward. How Washington responded Dorothy Steffenauer Von- Sewickley. If desired, me- nity.
was her life and she doted
Hofen, 93, died Wednesday, morials should be sent to St. Letters can
to the summons is described in his inaugural address. In an Feb. 10, 2016. She was a on her grandson. Sandra
Pauls. be mailed to the
eloquent passage, the first President of the United States daughter of the late John requested that there be
Sewickley Herald, 504
gave his of that day and of our own day a responsibility and Lucy Steffenauer. She Sandra L. no visitation or service.
Arrangements by COPE-
Beaver St., Sewickley,
was predeceased by brother,
which should always guide Americans: The preservation
Howard Steffenauer; sister,
Weisenmiller LANDS. Family suggests PA 15143 or sent via
of the sacred fire of liberty and destiny of the republican FINDLAY TOWNSHIP donations in her name to email to rcherry@
Ruth Jarvie; and brother-in-
model of government are justly considered as deeply and Sandra L. Weisenmiller, 73, COPD Foundation. tribweb.com.
law, John Jarvie. She was a
finally staked on the experiment entrusted to the hands of From the beginning,
B.G. Shields, then
the American people. We Americans have preserved this editor of the Herald,

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Chanel Lefever, 17, of Clinton Township, spends the afternoon with her 18-month-old grand champion beagle, Mako, at Roebling Park in

TOP DOGS
Saxonburg. Lefever and Mako, went to New York City on Feb. 15, to compete at the 140th annual Westminster Dog Show.

BELL ACRES SPINONE-ITALIANO TO RETIRE AFTER WESTMINSTER SHOW


BY JOANNE KLIMOVICH HARROP commitment of blood, sweat and Show were Tuesday..
tears and money. It has always Each breeds parent club creates
These canines want to be top dog. been fun for me, or otherwise I a standard, a written description
It would be nice to go out on would have gotten out of it. of the ideal specimen of that breed.
top, says Coleen McGee, handler The Westminster Kennel Club The basic purpose of dog shows
for 8-year-old James, a Spinone show has been able to withstand is to facilitate the evaluation of
Italiano who won the best of breed the test of time because people love breeding stock for use in producing
last year at the 139th Westminster their dogs, says Gail Miller Bisher, the next generation. The show is
Kennel Club Dog Show. The an- the clubs director of communica- ingrained in New York City history
nual show returned Monday and tions. and has the reputation for being a
Tuesday. We celebrate these wonder- place for tough competition.
To win at Westminster is special ful animals and provide a venue Dog owners generally dont make
because it is so well-known, says where we can share their talents the trip to Westminster unless they
McGee of Elizabeth Township. Its and educate the public at the same think their dog is ready for the
a show even people who arent dog time, she says. These two ele- competition, Bisher says.
owners know about. ments make the Westminster week Getting a dog ready for the show
James owners, Dee Hasley of an ongoing family-friendly, New ring takes years of socialization,
Bethel Park and Dr. Dan and Dana York City event that has live TV practice, grooming depending
Graff of Bell Acres, plan to retire and online coverage for the entire on the breed proper exercise for
the dog after this show. He will then globe. physical conditioning and maturity
take part in veteran competitions. The dog show was preceded with on the part of the dog with gen-
There are two different kinds the annual masters agility cham- erations of responsible breeding
of people with show dogs, McGee pionship as part of the Meet & JC PHOTOGRAPHY
behind them, Bisher says.
says. Those that see it as a hobby It isnt a quick process or one
Compete event. The hound, toy,
James, an 8-year-old Spinone Italiano, won the Best in the Breed that can be done without dedica-
where their dogs are their compan- nonsporting, herding breeds and
award at the 2015 Westminster Dog Show. He is handled by Coleen tion of time and money, but once
ions and pets first, while others see variety groups competed Monday;
McGee of Elizabeth Township and is owned by Dee Hasley of Bethel everything comes together, the dog
the dogs as a commodity and more the sporting, working, terrier
like a business transaction. It is a breeds, variety groups and Best in Park and Dr. Dan and Dana Graff of Bell Acres. WESTMINSTER 14
14 FEBRUARY 18, 2016 SEWICKLEY HERALD

Dog owners, handlers put in long hours preparing for show


WESTMINSTER FROM 13 animals, says Jackie Short-Nguyen 46 years, he has had nine different
of New Castle, who owns Mikasa, Siberian Huskies win the best of
is ready for the ring, Bisher says. a 19-month-old female German breed.
Chanel Lefever of Saxonburg, shepherd who she will be taking to
Clinton Township, has been dedi- I was always kind of enamored
Westminster with Moto, a 19-month- with pure-bred dogs, Oelschlager
cating her time to getting Mako, a old male German shepherd owned
1-year-old beagle, ready for the says. And after my first show, I
by Rich and Sarah Dalzotto of thought, This is where I want to be.
ring. Last year, she was the youngest Venetia.
dog to ever compete at Westminster. It is an expensive undertaking, one
These dogs give unconditional
The biggest challenge of this you dont really realize until you
love, Short-Nguyen says. If we go
sport is knowing your breed, and as- places, they go with us. I am fortu- take a look at all you have spent. But
sessing your dog, says Lefever, a ju- nate to be going to Westminster. I you have to love it, and its got to be
nior at Knoch High School. There is dont have any financial backers or a a passion. Sometimes, you just get
a lot of competition at Westminster. private jet. I do it because I love it. bitten by the dog-show bug and want
This past year was our bonding So does Jackie Walker who bought to always be a part of it.
year. I have been so impressed with a dog from France Garcon, a Heidi Noel Schermaier of Penn
Mako and am looking forward to 4-year-old male Berger Picard Township will be part of the meet-
Westminster because it is such a when he was 9 weeks old. The the-breed event with Faust, a nearly
well-known show, one of the oldest Glenshaw resident says English 2-year-old male Bergamasco Italian
dog shows in the country. Of course, is her dogs second language. He Alpine sheepdog handled by Scher-
the goal is to win breed. But just understands French commands. maiers husband, Alfons.
getting to experience Westminster Walker says the stars have aligned GUY WATHEN | TRIBUNE-REVIEW It is amazing how many people
again is important, too. for her to be at Westminster on the come through to meet-the-breed,
Lefever is a perfectionist, says her 140th anniversary of the event. The Jackie Short-Nguyen hangs out with her 19-month-old German she says. Westminster is the pre-
mother, Laura Lefever. breed is one of the seven new breeds shepherds Moto (left) and Mikasa.
She takes care of everything mier dog show in America. Every-
competing at Westminster. Walker
from cleaning kennels to grooming competed in the 1976 event, when one wants to be part of Westminster.
to feeding our dogs, her mom says. her giant schnauzer, Nina, earned a Walker hasnt done this alone. does. Jackie wouldnt be able to do The meet-the-breed is nice because
She is conscientious about the food gold medallion. She credits her sister, Donna this on her own without our support, people can ask questions and we
Mako eats. This is a job. Its not just It is prestigious to say you won at Walker, other family members and which we are happy to provide. share information. Its such a presti-
about parading a dog around the this show, Walker says. For me, its Garcons handler, Jaime Scott of That support is key, says Tom gious event.
ring. She has given up a big part of about Garcon having fun in the ring, Newport, Pa., with caring for the Oelschlager of Nottingham Town-
being a teenager to care for dogs. and its pretty neat to be returning dog. ship, Washington County. He isnt JoAnne Klimovich Harrop is a Tribune-Review staff
Owners, handlers and breed- for the 140th anniversary after hav- It takes a village to raise a show attending this year but has been to writer. Reach her at 412-320-7889
ers give up a lot to care for these ing been at the 100th. dog, Donna Walker says. It really Westminster many times. In the past or jharrop@tribweb.com.

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Creativity to be on display at Quaker Valley event 5K race set for March 5


CHRISTINA SHELEHEDA
to benefit facility that
helps military personnel
BY made by a high school
Hands-on demonstra- If you go student to benefit Empty
Bowls a nationwide
tions and student art and
Showcase of Creativity is open to the public and is fundraiser aimed at raising
music will be among the The fifth annual Brave American Classic 5K and
planned from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Feb. 27 at Quaker Valley awareness about hunger in
items featured for the pub- High School, 625 Beaver St., Leetsdale. 10K races and 1-mile walk to benefit the Virginia-
lic at Quaker Valley High the United States.
In addition, an Empty Bowls event will be taking place. based Boulder Crest Retreat for Military and Vet-
School during the Show- For a donation, people
Visitors are invited to purchase a bowl of homemade soup eran Wellness is planned for March 5 in Sewickley.
case of Creativity event on will receive a bowl of soup,
and for a $10 donation they can take home a handmade Pre-event prices are $35 for the 10K, $25 for the
Feb. 27. bowl crafted by a Quaker Valley High School student. The a piece of bread and an
5K and $15 for the walk. Prices increase $5 for regis-
The event will show- Empty Bowls event is a nationwide fundraiser to raise apple. tration on the day of the event.
case the different types of money and awareness to end hunger. Money raised at the Empty Bowl is hosted by Medals will be honored for the 5K and 10K races.
thinking that occur at the event will benefit a local food pantry. students from the National Categories include overall top three male racers,
high school in Leetsdale For more information, visit qvsd.org. Honor Society, Best Bud- top three female racers; and the top three male and
following the districts dies, Key Club and ceram- female finishers in age groups 14 and under, 15-19,
Culture of Thinking ics class students, Russell 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59 and 60 and older in each
theme, art teacher and tion/wood shop and the art ticing and sharing with said. race. Chip timing will be provided by ChronoTrack
event organizer Robin Rus- room. others. Money raised will go to a Live.
sell said. In each of those spaces, Ill be excited to pass local food bank/pantry. To register, visit register.chronotrack.
Showcase of Creativ- those in attendance will be down this skill, she said. We have done Empty com/r/17596 or send an email to race organizer Rob
ity is about the different able to experience a hands- Its something thats fun Bowls in the past, but not Veltre at rveltre262@gmail.com.
kinds of experiences and on demonstration, Russell and easy to do. I use silk for a few years, Russell
learners that we have and said. screen printing a lot in my said. Our students are
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doing. screen years ago, Veltre has In addition to the creativ- every year.
The events include mak- held two galleries for silk ity showcase, visitors can
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Sweet Jazz series continues at Sweetwater Center for the Arts


Sweetwater Center for the and appetizers and can be pur- The Senior Mens Club meets winter farm market is planned St., Sewickley.
Arts Sweet Jazz series contin- chased by calling 412-741-4405 Fridays at 9:30 a.m. for coffee for March 19. Spring markets Items accepted include gently
ues Friday with the Max Leake or by visiting Sweetwater, 200 and doughnuts, with a presenta- begin in April. used towels and blankets, plain
Trio. Broad St., Sewickley. tion at 10. Meetings are held at St. James Catholic Church is Cheerios or similar store brand
The soul jazz quintet plays a For more information, visit the Sewickley Valley YMCA, 625 at 200 Walnut St., Sewickley. For version, chicken broth in quart-
blend of 1960s and early 1970s sweetwaterartcenter.org. Blackburn Road, Sewickley. information, call 412-741-6650 or sized soft boxes, peanut butter,
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Cost for members is $20 in host Pittsburgh Pirates announc- be held from 9:30 a.m. to noon A collection drive for the The drive is organized by Isa-
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event. For nonmembers, it is $25 Walk on Friday. St. James Catholic Church, 200 Society is planned for noon to the event as part of her Quaker
in advance or $30 the day of. Walk is expected to talk about Walnut St., Sewickley. 4 p.m. Saturday at the Cochran Valley High School personal
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FISH FRYS 6. __ Lilly, drug company


7. Degraded
8. Free from danger
Several churches and organizations around the Se- 9. Low bank or reef of coral
wickley Valley are hosting fish frys during the Lenten

Your Crossword Puzzle


10. Exclamation of surprise
season.
11. Lies down in rest
Unless otherwise noted, they began Feb. 12 and con-
12. Give an education to
tinue through March 25.
16. Provides
To view fish frys from around the region,
17. Fat from a pig
visit bit.ly/fishfrymap2016.
18. Belonging to a thing
To submit your organizations fish fry, send an e-
22. Branches of a bone
mail to Bobby Cherry at rcherry@tribweb.com.
25. Having a cheerless aspect or
St. James Catholic Church disposition
27. Edema (archaic)
St. James Catholic Church, 200 Walnut St., Sewick-
28. Bo __, 10
ley, will hold fish frys from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. in the
29. Unfledged or nestling hawk
school cafeteria.
30. Surrenders
Fish dinners include an entre, two sides and a
32. Type of dessert
drink.
34. Planted with trees
Prices for dinner meals range from $11 to $13.
35. Washington town
Childrens meals are $5 and include fish sticks or
36. Listen in
pasta, one side and applause.
A family takeout special is available for $39 and 37. Inwardly
includes four fried fish family dinners and two family 38. Chinese province
size sides. 40. Garrison
Pizza, pierogies, pasta specials and homemade soup 41. Converts thermal energy to mechanical
are offered. work
Takeout ordering is available by calling 412-741-5540, 42. Holy people
ext. 2. 44. Lowest point between two peaks
On March 11, Bishop David Zubik and the Pittsburgh 46. Boundaries
Seminarians will visit. 48. Utter obscenities
51. ___ and cheese
Leetsdale Fire Department 52. Member of the cuckoo family
The Leetsdale Fire Department is holding its annual 53. Type of microscope
fish frys at the Veterans of Foreign Wars post, near 54. ___ and Barbie
CLUES ACROSS 30. Celestial object
Beaver and Ferry streets. 56. Michigan
1. Sold at a higher price 31. Point __ National Seashore
The hours are from 4 to 7 p.m.
8. Instill fear 32. Purplish red
Takeout meals or deliveries are available by calling
13. Can be domesticated 33. Towards the mouth or oral
724-266-3409. Proceeds benefit the fire department. region
14. Oohed and ___
St. Joseph Catholic Church 15. Make too simple 34 Portuguese musical genre
35. Steals
19. Plutonium
St. Joseph Catholic Church, 1313 Fifth Ave., Coraopo- 38. Acts insincerely
lis, will begin hosting fish frys Feb. 19. Hours are 11:30 20. Necessary for breathing
21. Make happy 39. City in Belarus
a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and from 3:45 to 6:45 p.m.
22. Mythological bird 40. Anticipates
The menu includes fried- or baked-fish meals; fried-
23. A baglike structure in a plant or 43. Paris airport
shrimp meal; macaroni and cheese meal; and crab-cake
animal 44. Deal with
meal. Sandwiches can be purchased separately.
A la carte items include macaroni and cheese, french 24. Put on __ 45. No (Scottish)
fries, coleslaw, haluski and potato pancakes. Pierogies 25. Type of dough 47. Opens lock
also will be available. A childrens menu is available. 26. Blushed 48. Central parts
Desserts will be available for purchase. Takeout meals 49. Sheep disease
are available. Answers to last weeks Puzzle 50. Indicates position
For more information, call 412-329-7911. Phone ordering 51. Doing many things at once
opens for lunch at 10:30 a.m. and for dinner at 3 p.m. 55. Khoikhoin peoples
57. Informal alliance between
Moon Township Volunteer Fire Company countries
The Moon Township Volunteer Fire Company hosts 58. Long poems
a fish fry from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. 59. The state of being poorly
to last weeks Puzzle

The menu includes fish, chicken or shrimp dinners illuminated


and fish sandwiches. Dinners include fries and fire-
house cole slaw. CLUES DOWN
Answers

Homemade desserts are offered for sale by the Moon 1. Portico


Township Volunteer Fire Co. Ladies Auxiliary. 2. Delicacy
All items are available for eat-in or takeout. 3. Punish with an arbitrary
For takeout orders, call 412-262-5006. penalty
4. Household god (Roman)
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18 FEBRUARY 18, 2016 SEWICKLEY HERALD

PROPERTY TRANSFERS
Aleppo Sewickley Wahl for $275,000.
Maronda Homes Inc. sold property at 151
Estate of Margaret Bednarchik sold
property at 139 Dover Drive to Herbert Vance
Steubenville Pike to Citimortgage Inc. for
$2,440.
Rosalea Eichenlaub sold property at 208 Lawrence Newman sold property at 613 Robert St. to Robert and Deborah Godfrey for Drawbaugh IV for $179,900.
Little Hollow Drive to Linda Fischer for
$174,000.
Grimes St. to Larissa Russo for $165,000. $266,722.
Maronda Homes Inc. sold property at 35
Estate of George Jucha Jr. sold property at
203 Essex Knoll Drive to Joseph Anthony Jr.
Robinson
Craig Holland sold property at 311 Trailside
Drive to Stephen and Karin Robbins for
Coraopolis Trotter Lane to Michelle and Joseph Wheat for
$429,900.
and Stephanie Anthony for $224,000. FC AIken LLC sold property at 100 Arbor
NVR Inc. sold property at 108 Noble Woods Trail Drive to NVR Inc. for $168,000.
$195,000. Lemo Management Co. LLC sold property
Drive to Michael James and Lauren Marie Chadd Tate sold property at 1001
at 1629 Hiland Ave. to Maurice and Mia
Kennedy Azzarello for $234,940.
Edgeworth Garzony for $5,500.
Dustin Lee Frantz sold property at 718 Sachie Girvin sold property at 4024 NVR Inc. sold property at 110 Noble Woods
Countryside Drive to Marissa Clements for
$102,000.
Sean Fitzgerald sold property at 304 Hiland Ave. to Justin Hillwig for $94,000. Crabapple Lane to Sara and David Manfredi for Drive to Graham Thompson and Christina
Chestnut Road to RAC Closing Services LLC Mary Welch for $275,235.
for $1,072,000. Washington Financial Bank sold property at
609 Locust St. to Drew and Lynn Holmes for
$163,500.
Melanie Taylor sold property at 402 Jason Meyerl sold property at 519 Thorn
Carnegie
RAC Closing Services Inc. sold property at $85,000. E. Cortland Drive to Robert Muha Jr. and Hollow Road to Tara DAniello for $69,680. Federal National Mortgage Assn. sold
304 Chestnut Road to Michael Joseph and Kimberly Muha for $50,000. property at 614 Chestnut St. to Innomax Home
Joshan Ridgely Quigley for $1,072,000.
Crescent Michele Vergenes Shrader sold property at
31 Porters Hollow Road to Autumn Lee and
North Fayette Solutions LLC for $7,900.
Leet Jay Knupp sold property at 561 Sautter Thomas Herman Gollob for $239,000. Dan Ryan Builders Mid Atlantic Inc. sold
property at 303 Dupont Drive to Christopher
NVR Inc. sold property at 120 Sita Court
to Admir Comic and Khadidja Ladraa for
Casey Entwistle sold property at 126 Neely Drive to Amanda Sible for $155,000.
and Amanda Drummond for $333,642.
St. to Chad and Amy Richardson for $95,000.
Findlay Moon Genevieve Zitko trustee sold property at 251
$188,580.

Mahoney Road to Ann Cruise for $190,000. Real Estate Transactions provided by RealSTATs.
Leetsdale Avelino Estevez sold property at 401 Colt
Judith Pander Carey sold property at 104
Black Friar Drive to Larry Pander for $212,000. John Davis sold property at 120 Saddle
Contact RealSTATs at
Donald Tarquinio et al. sold property at 12 Circle to Cartus Financial Corp. for $275,000. Mark Rychel sold property at 904 Ridge Drive to Jeffrey Earl and Rachel Main for
Beech Court to Scott Ryan and Sarah Farren Cartus Financial Corp. sold property at 401 Canterbury Drive to Sean and Maureen Cleary $445,000. 412-381-3880
for $70,000. Colt Circle to Michael Guy and Allison Marie for $170,000. Denise Mixter sold property at 8224 or visit www.RealSTATs.net.

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More daylight means spring is near FELLOWSHIP


As Lent begins, we are nearly Groundhog Day, which has
reaching the end of winter. been celebrated in North America
Beth Samuel and Sunday School are held
at 10:30 a.m.
The days have more daylight, since 1887, is rooted in a Celtic Jewish Center The subject for Sunday is
and Daylight Saving Time begins tradition that says if a hibernat- Sing-along shabbat Mind. The Feb. 28 subject
is Christ Jesus.

on March 13. We have been for- ing animal casts his shadow on service at 7:30 p.m. Friday.
tunate that this winter has been
mild, compared to past years. A REV. THOMAS J. BURKE
Feb. 2, winter will last another six
weeks. If he does not see his shad-
Jewish Spirituality Se-
ries: Meditation Class will
Wednesday evening
testimony services are held
few weeks ago, millions of people Your Neighbor ow, there will be an early spring, be held at 9 a.m. Saturday the first and third Wednes-
along the East Coast were hit according to legend. German followed by Shabbat morn- day at 7:30.
ing services at 10 a.m. First Church of Christ,

with a record-breaking winter winter jacket had to come out immigrants who settled in Penn-
once again. Its that time of year sylvania brought this tradition Shabbat services will Scientist is at 222 Beaver
storm.
when it can be warm one day and with them and chose a groundhog be held at 10 a.m. Feb. 27 St., Sewickley.
We recently had a weekend
cold the next. as their animal of choice to make and led by religious school For more information,
where the temperatures climbed
students. call 412-741-4552.

to the mid-50s. I saw many people I am counting down the days predictions.
for warmer weather. Grab your This year, Punxsutawney Phil Shabbat Across
taking advantage of the warmer
weather, walking along Beaver coat and take a walk around town did not see his shadow so we can America program and din- St. Stephens
Street and even getting the golf and savor the sunshine and fresh expect an early spring if the ner will be held at 6:30 p.m. On Wednesdays during
air. groundhog is right. March 4. lent, St. Stephens will
clubs out. On my way into the
The center is at 810 Ken- host a pot luck dinner and
Sewickley Valley YMCA recently, A few weeks ago we celebrated The Rev. Thomas J. Burke is a contributing writer nedy Drive, Ambridge. speaker at 6:30 p.m.
Marty, at the front desk said to me Groundhog Day when the nation for Trib Total Media. He is the priest at St. James For more information, This years series is On
Father Tom, you are wearing a waits for the furry little creature Catholic Church in Sewickley and can be reached at visit the centers website at Being a Follower of Jesus.
light jacket today. to come from his burrow on Gob- thomasburke70@hotmail.com. St. James website bethsam uel.org or contact Jonathan Millard, rector of
A few days later, the big puffy blers Knob and give his weather. is www.saintjames-church.com. the center at bethsamueloff- Church of the Ascension
ice@comcast.net or 724-266- in Oakland will speak on
5238. Feb. 17.
The best sports talk isnt on your radio, its on The church is at 405
SportsTalk.TribLIVE.com
First Church of Frederick Ave., Sewickley.
Featuring local champions with strong opinions. Christ, Scientist For more information, visit
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Sports SEWICKLEY HERALD FEBRUARY 18, 2016 23

Quaker Valley Quakers defend MAC boys title


grads shine for KAREN KADILAK

W&J swimming
BY

The Quaker Valley boys swimming


team took a step toward repeating as
WPIAL and PIAA Class AA champions
next month by taking first place at the
BY DEVON MOORE Midwestern Athletic Conference champi-
The No. 1 thing Washington & onship meet last week at Moon.
Jefferson swim coach Mike Orstein The Quakers, the defending cham-
looks for in recruits, he says, is charac- pions, scored 475 points, way ahead of
ter. So it speaks volumes when he beams second-place West Allegheny (333).
about the Quaker Valley graduates on Fourteen teams competed.
the team. Our swimmers got to face some ter-
It is a testament to the four he has rific competition, Quaker Valley coach
now. Sue Morgan said. It gave us a good start
Senior Amber Miller, junior Haley to the championship series.
Ashner and sophomores Alexis Glenn Senior Matt Kwalick was part of four
and Matt Noel are all former Quakers first-place finishes.
that took the short trip south to swim Kwalick earned gold medals in the
for the Presidents, and each have been 200-yard individual medley and 100 free-
major contributors to a team whose style events and led off the winning 200
men finished second and women fourth and 400 freestyle relays.
at the Presidents Athletic Conference Junior Harry Harkins and seniors
Championships at Grove City College Evan Ragoowansi and Kyle Hrabovsky
over the weekend. joined Kwalick in setting a meet record
As it turns out, Orstein wouldnt in the 200 freestyle relay in 1 minute,
mind seeing more Quaker Valley swim- 29.77 seconds.
mers make that trip. The foursome broke a record estab-
Ill tell you what, Orstein said, lished in 2000 by Moon.
Quaker Valley has really struck a Harkins (200 freestyle) and Hrabovsky
nerve with me as far as recruiting out (100 breaststroke) also were individual
of that high school and developing a champions.
pipeline, because Ive had nothing but Junior Regis Conlin overcame a bad
big success with their student-athletes. dive to claim victory in 1-meter diving.
Miller, one of the womens team cap- Hrabovsky, a George Washington
tains, thinks her time at Quaker Valley University recruit, said the team gained
eased the transition from high school to confidence by winning.
college athlete. It shows we are in a good place, he
Quaker Valley encourages academic said. We are still working hard and
excellence, she said. It was very com- havent begun to ease off of our work
petitive especially doing a D-III sport, load just yet.
academics comes first. Youre still con- We should see some even faster
cerned about sports, but the classroom swims.
is a primary concern. Harkins said he feels better about the
The Washington & Jefferson womens team.
team was named a College Swim- I was somewhat nervous going into
ming Coaches Association of America our first championship meet, he said.
Scholar All-America Team for the fall (We) lost a number of fast swimmers SUBMITTED
semester, posting the highest cumula- from last year, but after our success here,
tive grade-point average (3.42) of any I am confident we can compete (at) the
Quaker Valleys Matt Kwalick (right) took first in the 100-yard freestyle, just ahead
PAC school. same level we did last year, (as) long as
of teammate and second-place finisher Harry Harkins in the Midwestern Athletic
Her leadership is immeasurable as we keep up our training and maintain
Conference swim championships.
far as what she brings to the program, our focus heading down the home-
Orstein said of Miller. Shes a very record and improved a school record a victory of sorts by qualifying for the
stretch. (5:08.93) she cracked earlier in the WPIAL championship.
tough competitor, and shes not afraid to Quaker Valley is undefeated (10-0, 4-0
perform in the distance events. season. Huang was 12th in the 100 backstroke
in Section 2-AA) entering its final dual (1:08.38).
Miller finished 11th overall in the Andrews said she was pleasantly
meet Thursday at Hopewell. That is what makes this meet so fun,
1,650 freestyle at the PAC Champion- The Quaker Valley girls team (7-3 surprised by her record-breaking
ships. performance. said junior Amelia Besterman, who
overall, 3-1 in the section) placed seventh swam the lead leg of the second-place 200
According to Glenn, it was good to at the MAC championship. I wasnt sure how fast I would be go-
know one of her own was already on the freestyle relay. Most of the excitement
Junior Maddy Andrews paced the ing at this time in the season, she said.
squad. you hear in the stands and on the pool
Quakers by taking first place in the I just started tapering. deck is cheering for the swimmers who
There was a comfort level going in, 200 individual medley and 500 freestyle I am excited to see what I can go at
she said. Knowing (Amber) was on the break through.
events. WPIALs and states.
CONTINUED ON 24 In the 500 freestyle, she set a pool Freshman Amber Huang achieved Karen Kadilak is a freelance writer.
24 FEBRUARY 18, 2016 SEWICKLEY HERALD

QV grad savors Broncos victory


BY MATT GRUBBA for being in charge of travel plans,
schedules and the like for the club
While most of Sewickley probably
team, Roberts took his business degree
was wishing the Steelers were in Super
and went for a career in sports.
Bowl 50, one local native watched his
I got into the business because it
new team and employer hoist the
seemed like something I would enjoy. I
Vince Lombardi Trophy.
stayed, despite working long and crazy
Jay Roberts, a 1985 Quaker Valley
hours for many years because its a
grad, had a whirlwind first season
career where my talents, skills and pas-
as the general manager of Sports
sions align, he said.
Authority Field at Mile
The Broncos Super Bowl run was
High in Denver, which
special for Roberts, who was able to
hosted the AFC Cham-
attend the game with his wife and
pionship Game on the
children and called celebrating with
Broncos way to its
them one of the best moments of my
Super Bowl 50 title.
life. And unlike in Pittsburgh, where
Roberts took the job
he had an organizational role with the
Jay Roberts in Denver last year after
Penguins last championship parade,
previously working for
he was able to enjoy Denvers festivities
the companies managing Mellon Arena
with less of a hands-on role.
and Consol Energy Center, and what
It was great being (at the Super
he got was an experience unlike any he
Bowl) with my family and my staff. The
has had as a professional.
Bowlen family (the Broncos owners)
The championship game here was
sent everyone to the game. Every full- SUBMITTED
awesome. Ive never been part of some-
time staff member got a ticket to the Quaker Valley graduates (from left) senior Amber Miller, junior Haley Ashner,
thing quite so amazing 75,000 people
game, Roberts said. It was surreal as sophomore Alexis Glenn and sophomore Matt Noel, have been key contributors for the
going nuts. Winning that game was
the game ticked down, once you knew Washington & Jefferson swim teams.
pretty special, Roberts said. When
they were going to win.
I was with (Mellon) Arena, the Pens

Washington & Jefferson swim


But how is Roberts adjusting to be-
won the Stanley Cup on the road. It was
ing a Broncos man as someone who
quite a first year here in Denver. Not
grew up in Steelers country? He misses
many people get that lucky.

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his parents and grandmother back in
In his role working for the Broncos,
Pittsburgh, he said, but hes happy call-
who have a long-term lease and man-
ing Denver home.
age Sports Authority Field, Roberts
I attended the Steelers game in
oversees hundreds of employees, in- Pittsburgh in the regular season when
cluding ushers, security, special event they came back and beat us, Roberts
FROM 23 source of leadership for to be a part of a record-
coordinators and others who assist the said. Going out there, I was wondering a young diving team that, breaking relay at the
team it helped make things
stadiums day-to-day operation. what it would feel like, but it was pretty with the exception of 11th-oldest institution in
smoother.
Roberts got his start in management apparent on the plane ride back that I Ashner herself, features all the United States is pretty
Ive been swimming
soon after college at Miami (Ohio). A freshmen. significant.
was pretty unhappy. I love the Steelers, with Alexis since I was
former captain of the Quaker Valley Shes been tremendous Noel says the camarade-
and theyre No. 2, but its pretty clear about 10 years old, Miller
soccer team, Roberts played club soccer cut Im a Bronco. in helping to nurture, care rie and companionship of
said. We all get along re-
at Miami and later moved into coach- and lead this young squad, Quaker Valley graduates is
ally well, so Im glad they
ing and helping to run the club. Matt Grubba is a Tribune-Review staff writer. Reach him said diving coach Vic good to have around.
came here. Galati, who was recognized
After finding out he had a knack at mgrubba@tribweb.com or via Twitter @Grubba_Trib. We definitely have that
Glenn had perhaps the as PAC Diving Coach of past that really brings us
most successful weekend the Year on the mens side together, we all know each
of all. She broke the school for the sixth straight year others families, Noel said.
record in the 100 butterfly over the weekend. Shes That definitely is a factor.
during Saturday prelimi- extremely reliable in every Id say Im still good friends
naries, eventually finish- school and conference with everybody thats here
ing third in the finals. On meet, a hard worker and that went to Quaker Val-
Sunday, she finished strong dedicated. ley.
with a second-place finish Noel experienced imme- They are really the
in the 200 backstroke. diate success as a freshman epitome of what a qual-
I think, overall, I did last year, being named ity student-athlete should
extremely well, said conference freshman of be, Orstein added. They
Glenn, who expressed a the week once, and taking are very conscientious of
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HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP

Eden boys
QV swimmer McGranahan finding success in another aquatic sport
BY KAREN KADILAK
in quarters
STAFF REPORTS
Quaker Valley sophomore
Declan McGranahan is having Dave Ritchie scored 24 points and
an outstanding season on the Drew Aiken had 14 to lead the No. 3
Quakers boys swimming team. Eden Christian boys basketball team
to a 64-47 victory over Trinity Chris-
In his second year, he has tian in a WPIAL Class A first-round
qualified for the WPIAL Class game Friday night at Northgate.
AA championship meet next Jonathan Murphy scored 14 points
month for the first time. for Trinity Christian (10-12).
He is doing better in a Eden (20-3) will play No. 6 Jean-
sport so uncommon, he has to nette in the quarterfinals Friday at a
travel out of state to train and time and site to be determined.
compete. Sewickley Academys boys
McGranahan, 15, of basketball team earned the No. 2
Sewickley has placed among top seed for the WPIAL Class A playoffs
finishers in several youth sail- and was scheduled to face Springdale
on Tuesday, after deadline for this
ing regattas.
edition. The winner advanced to play
He and a boy from Mount in Fridays quarterfinals at a time and
Pleasant, S.C. finished 13th of site to be determined.
82 boats in the Orange Bowl In-
ternational Youth Regatta Club
The Quaker Valley boys basket-
ball team was awarded the No. 3 seed
420 event on Biscayne Bay in in Class AA at last weeks WPIAL
South Florida last December. playoff pairings meeting. The Quak-
The regatta is touted as the ers (18-4) were scheduled to play
largest youth sailing tourna- Wilkinsburg/Beth-Center in the first
ment in the nation. round Wednesday, after deadline for
McGranahan and the same this edition. The winner advanced to
boy were 25th of 76 competitors Saturdays quarterfinals at a time and
site to be determined.
at the Club 420 North American
Championship in Manteo, N.C. Hockey
last August. They placed third Quaker Valley hockey dropped a 5-3
of 74 boats at the Falmouth decision to rival Mars last Thursday.
Regatta and first of eight at the The Planets scored three first-period
Lipton Cup Regatta, both of SUBMITTED goals and led 4-1. Ricardo Fernandez
which were held in Massachu- Quaker Valley sophomore swimmer Declan McGranahan (left) also is a competitive sailor. scored a pair of second-period goals,
setts in July. on assists by Beau Tomczak, to make
McGranahan, who is 5-foot-8, best learning experiences it 4-3.
125 pounds, began training with because I have been able to see But Mars Beau Heakins scored his
the Club 420 Race Team at the the way the top sailors sail, second goal of the game in the third
Coral Reef Yacht Club in Miami period to seal the win.
which helps me sail better, he Peter Hall also scored for the Quak-
shortly before the Orange said. I recently have (sailed) to ers, on assists from Fernandez and
Bowl regatta. He is spending Bermuda on my dads big boat, Ryan Quinn.
weekends this winter practicing (a) Swan 56, and plan on doing Connor Gatesman made 22 saves
with the team. it again this year on board my for the Quakers (13-7-0). Tyler Spreng
His goal is to eventually make dads new boat, the Kernan 47. made 20 saves for Mars (14-4-2).
the U.S. Sailing Olympic Devel- McGranahan said he began Quaker Valley, which was sched-
opment Program. sailing with his father when he uled to host Mt. Lebanon on Monday
Fred Moffat, a youth coach was 4 and entering races when night, will wrap up its regular season
at the Coral Reef Yacht Club, he was around 6. next Monday with a home game at
said McGranahan has a lot of Hes been swimming competi- 8 p.m. against Baldwin at Airport Ice
potential. tively for five years. Arena.
Our focus is building a com- Quaker Valley swimming
prehensive fundamental skill coach Sue Morgan said Mc-
set, which will serve Declan Granahan has improved as a SUBMITTED
well in all of his undertakings swimmer. McGranahan placed in the top 25 of multiple large regattas up and Sewickley Area sign-ups
within the sport, including col- Hes really had to focus on down the East coast last year. Spring soccer registration is
lege sailing and perhaps partici- improving his stroke technique underway. Players can sign up
pation in the Olympic classes, and being patient during his including sailing. the 500 freestyle. to play for Sewickley Area Soc-
Moffat said. races sticking to race and McGranahan has qualified He hopes to finish in the cer by visiting www.orvfc.org.
McGranahan, who competes stroke strategies as opposed to for the WPIAL swimming cham- top 10 in the 100 butterfly at Children from U4 on up
on dinghies, enjoys sailing in just going out there and turn- pionships so far in one event, WPIALs and help the Quakers are eligible to play. Further
larger boats with his father for ing the motor on high, she the 100-yard butterfly. In a dual information is available on the
defend their team title.
fun. said. That maturity will serve meet against Freeport Feb. 11, website.
This (has) been one of the him well in everything he does, he dropped nearly 17 seconds in Karen Kadilak is a freelance writer.
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