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High School Wrestling | February 24, 2017
Mars’ Hornfeck only local top seed
Mars' 126-pound Alex Hornfeck Butler County's only top seed in Section 3 individual wrestling championships

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Other High School Sports | February 23, 2017
Looking for the 3-peat
Mars' Taylor Hockenberry eyes another WPIAL diving title.

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Other High School Sports | February 23, 2017
Schell claims WPIBL crown
Mars' Daniel Schell wins district bowling title.

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Other High School Sports | February 21, 2017
Planets defeated at home by QV
Mars hockey team succumbs to Quaker Valley, 5-4, in regular season hockey finale

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High School Basketball | February 18, 2017 Butler Eagle Online
The first step
Nicole McCloud's 21 points, 10 assists leads Mars to 72-57 girls hoops playoff win over Montour.

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High School Round Up | February 15, 2017
Moniteau girls roll to big win
Moniteau girls basketball team defeats Union 68-42, improves to 19-3 on season

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High School | February 14, 2017
Powerful programs collide
Sam Breen scores 24 points to pace Cardinal Wuerl North Catholic's girls basketball to a 71-61 win over Mars.

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High School Basketball | February 11, 2017
Planets' Big Ben clutch
ADAMS TWP — Mars managed two shots that beat the buzzer in Friday's regular season finale against Hampton.

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High School Basketball | February 10, 2017 Butler Eagle Online
Statement win?
Mars girls basketball defeats Hampton 58-41. Bella Pelaia scores 16 points. Tai Johnson adds 15, Nicole McCloud 11 and Lauren Wasylson 10.

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High School Round Up | February 8, 2017
Knoch scores OT triumph
PJ Gourley hit two free throws with 2.1 seconds left in regulation to send the game to overtime as Knoch outlasted Hampton 82-75 in high school boys basketball action Tuesday night.

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High School Round Up | February 7, 2017
Rocket girls clinch share of region title
Slippery Rock girls basketball team clinches share of region championship with 34-27 win over Hickory

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High School Soccer | February 6, 2017 Butler Eagle Online
Kopchak joining Dukes' soccer
Mars girls soccer standout Tori Kopchak headed to Duquesne University on scholarship

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High School Basketball | February 4, 2017 Butler Eagle Online
Clutch Time
Mars boys hoops scores 35 points in fourth quarter in a 70-63 comeback win over Moon. Planets were 26-of-27 from the free throw line.

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High School Round Up | February 2, 2017 Butler Eagle Online
KC's Hegedus hits 1,000 in 56-20 win
Butler wrestlers fall to Waynesburg in team tourney

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High School Round Up | February 1, 2017
Craig, Hegedus key KC girls victory
Mackenzie Craig scores 20 points to lead Karns City girls past Knoch, 50-35

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Other High School Sports | January 31, 2017 Butler Eagle Online
A true family tradition
Mars sophomore Andrew Pierre is the last of 10 siblings in his family to swim at Mars.

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High School Round Up | January 31, 2017
Knoch defense scores upset over Freeport
Knoch girls basketball team pulls off 39-26 upset win over Freeport

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High School Track & Field | January 30, 2017
Butler indoor track sets more records
Butler indoor track and field team breaks more school records at Slippery Rock University

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High School Round Up | January 28, 2017 Butler Eagle Online
Beale's 3 lifts 'Jackets to win
Ben Beale hit a 3-pointer at the buzzer as the Freeport boys basketball team moved to within a half-game of first place in the section with a 61-58 win over Indiana Friday night.

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