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South Fayette ranks among Pennsylvania’s best high schools for athletes

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South Fayette's Amanda Oliver competes in the AAA girls 200-meter dash preliminaries during the WPIAL Track & Field Championships on Thursday, May 18, 2017, at Baldwin High School.
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South Fayette's Sam Snodgrass competes in the AAA boys 1600-meter run during the WPIAL Track & Field Championships on Thursday, May 18, 2017, at Baldwin High School.
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Charters Valley's Bailey Donofrio tries to block a shot by South Fayette's Courtney Young during a game Monday, April 17, 2017, at Charters Valley.
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South Fayette's Dan trim bur takes a Saxton pass and picks up a first down against Central Valley during the WPIAL Week Zero matchup at South Fayette Stadium on Friday, Aug. 26, 2016. The Lions won the game, 28-17.
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The South Fayette High School student section get the energy ramped up for the WPIAL Week Zero football game against Central Valley High School on Friday, Aug. 26, 2016.

South Fayette High School ranked among the state's 20 best high schools for athletes, according to ranking and review site

South Fayette came in at the 19th spot, according to the Shadyside-based site that compiles the rankings .

North Allegheny ranked first with Lower Merion, in Montgomery and Delaware counties, ranking second.

Other local schools making the list include Bethel Park (9th), Quaker Valley (10th), New Castle (11th) and Beaver Area (20th).

The website compiles rankings for places to live, K-12 schools and colleges.

Read more about's methodology for rankings .

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