• Highlands School District Athletic Department
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     Highlands High School
    1500 Pacific Avenue
    Natrona Heights, PA 15065
    Phone: 724-226-1000, ext. 6114 
    Athletic Director: Chuck Debor 
    Assistant Athletic Director: Becky Bragan
    Athletic Dept. Secretary: Jaye Misejka


  • WINTER SPORTS PHYSICALS: Winter Sports Physicals for students entering grades 7-12 will be held on November 5 & November 7 at 4:00pm at the High School (Athletic Trainer's Office). Physical forms MUST BE completed by the parent or guardian before arrival.

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  • Football senior quarterback SETH COHEN was again named a Cover 3 Athletics Player of the Week for Sept. 28 for his performance against the Ambridge Bridgers. Seth went 7/10 for 304 yards and had 4 touchdowns in the 56-17 win! Congratulations!

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  • NOAH GILLETTE was named an A-K Football Player to Watch on Sept. 28. Gillette’s defensive presence was a big part of the win against Beaver on Sept. 21. The team’s leading tackler with 65, including two sacks and two fumble recoveries, Gillette hopes to make an impact again this week at Ambridge.

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  • SETH COHEN, senior quarterback on the Highlands Varsity Football Team, was named a Player of the Week for Sept. 20-22 by Cover Three Athletics, Pittsburgh. Seth had 12/24, 181 yds; 113 rush yds, and 5 total touchdowns in the 40-19 win vs. Beaver. CONGRATULATIONS!  

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  • CONGRATULATIONS to the Varsity Football Team, who weathered the torrential rain on Friday, Sept. 21 to earn their first victory of the season! Senior Seth Cohen rushed and passed for more than 100 yards each and accounted for five touchdowns in Highlands’ 40-19 Northwest Eight win over Beaver, giving the Golden Rams (1-4, 1-2) their first win!

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  • KUDOS to the 7th/8th Grade Football Teams & Coaches from Highlands Middle School and Chartiers-Huston Middle School! Both teams exemplified the true meaning of sportsmanship during their football game on Wednesday, Sept. 19. A positive message exchange between Highlands 7/8 Head Coach Mike Foster and the CHMS coach led to recognition from both schools' athletic departments. Highlands Athletic Director Chuck Debor immediately realized the impact one team had on the other. "It's great to hear, and even better to see the good influence a class-act coaching staff has on their team," said Highlands Athletic Department secretary Jaye MisejkaKurt Kesneck, Athletic Director at Chartiers-Houston, was extremely pleased. "In today's day and age you really don't see this type of respect and class towards each other, especially when we are so far apart and really don't know each other. Thanks to ALL at Highlands for showing CLASS, COMPASSION and especially SPORTSMANSHIP," said Kesneck.

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  • CONGRATS, BOYS SOCCER TEAM! The Highlands Boys Soccer Team won 2-1 in overtime at Knoch on Sept. 11. Junior Matt Cekada scored the tying goal with 13 seconds left in the game! Gabe Norris had the game winner on a penalty kick in overtime! Keep it going, boys! 

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