Chartiers Valley lacrosse receives postseason honors
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The Chartiers Valley boys and girls lacrosse teams had several athletes named to all-section teams selected by the Pittsburgh Lacrosse Foundation.
The girls team had four athletes receiving postseason honors as junior midfielder Camille Scumaci, junior goalie Haley Stamerra, freshman attack Maria Stamerra and freshman defender ShyAnne Toomer all made the Division 2 team.
Chartiers Valley was the runner up in Division 2 this season as it fell to Shaler, 15-14, in the WPIAL title game. The team finished with a 17-3 overall record and were the Division 2 champion with a 10-0 mark.
Junior attack Nate Collins and junior long stickman Tyler Morrison were both named to the Division 2 boys team.
The Colts finished the season with a 5-10 overall record and a 1-5 mark in Division 2, Section 2 play.
Middle school LAX
The Spirit of the Game award is given to the top middle school players by the Pittsburgh Lacrosse Foundation. Chartiers Valley had six athletes who received the honor.
Jake Troiani, Matthew Tolmer and Noah Fodor received the award on the boys side while Bailey Donofrio, Erin Collins and Helene Cowan received the honor for girls.
Nathan Smith is a staff writer for Trib Total Media. Reach him at email@example.com or via Twitter at @NSmith_Trib.
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