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Chartiers Valley has high expectations in Loebig’s 3rd season

By Chuck Curti
When he took over as coach at Chartiers Valley two years ago, Niel Loebig had a senior-heavy team. His style, he said, didn’t seem to ...
Chartiers Valley football returns experienced roster
By Nathan Smith
For the Chartiers Valley football team, the ones that got away last season bring up some painful memories. Heading into Week 8, the Colts were in ...
Chartiers Valley coach: QB Collins ‘will surprise’ in 2nd year
By Nathan Smith
Chartiers Valley football coach Niel Loebig isn’t the kind of guy to make big claims or predictions. But when it comes to senior quarterback Jake Collins, ...
WPIAL standouts competing at USA Diving Junior and Senior Nationals
By Karen Price
Three current WPIAL diving champions, one former champ and several potential future winners are among a contingent of Western Pennsylvania athletes competing at the USA ...
Moreschi returning to coach Chartiers Valley girls soccer
By Nathan Smith
Ron Moreschi described the Chartiers Valley girls soccer program as his baby. He was the first coach in program history and led the Colts for 10 seasons before stepping down to watch his daughter play in high school and college. Now he is back and is looking to repeat the success he ...
Chartiers Valley basketball already preparing for WPIAL title defense
By Nathan Smith
For some, the summer is about rest and relaxation. But for the Chartiers Valley boys basketball team, summer is the time to lay the building blocks ...
Chartiers Valley baseball coach not surprised by close finishes to end season
By Gary Horvath
Chartiers Valley baseball coach Jim Jaskowski wasn’t happy to see his team’s season come to an end, but when it came down to it, he ...
Chartiers Valley girls lacrosse finds success in jump to Division I
By Gary Horvath
It didn’t take long for the Chartiers Valley girls lacrosse team to prove it belongs. After reaching four consecutive WPIAL Division II championship games, the Colts ...
Breaking down the 2015 WPIAL baseball playoffs
By Chris Harlan
Class AAAA Defending champion Seneca Valley The favorite Mt. Lebanon might have the WPIAL’s top pitcher in Coastal Carolina recruit Austin Kitchen, a lefty. ...
HS notebook: WPIAL announces baseball playoff pairings
By Staff Reports
Mt. Lebanon (Class AAAA), Chartiers Valley (AAA), Keystone Oaks (AA) and California (A) earned the No. 1 seeds in their respective classifications Friday when the ...
Chartiers Valley softball ends playoff drought
By Nathan Smith
The four senior members of the Chartiers Valley softball team finally are going to get a taste of the postseason. The Colts (8-4) have not been ...
‘Battle of Bridgeville’ could decide playoff fates for Chartiers Valley, South Fayette baseball
By Gary Horvath
During perhaps the most important week of the season for the Chartiers Valley baseball team, junior Cole Horew stepped up big time. Things didn’t look great ...
Pitchers lead Chartiers Valley baseball to success
By Nathan Smith
Throughout last week’s Section 3-AAA battle with West Allegheny, Chartiers Valley pitcher Cole Horew had his back against the wall. But that is when ...
Zimmer leading Chartiers Valley softball
By Nathan Smith
For the Chartiers Valley softball team, having senior Madison Zimmer on the mound gives the Colts an instant confidence boost. “Everyone believes in Maddie,” coach Jeff Reicoff said. “She is an excellent pitcher. She has worked really hard to get better and she continues to step up for us.” Zimmer is coming ...
Chartiers Valley track and field teams contending for section titles
By Nathan Smith
There is nothing wrong with getting a jump start to the season. The Chartiers Valley track and field teams will look to get off to a ...
Chartiers Valley, Vincentian basketball stars lead Terrific 10 teams
By Chris Harlan
BOYS PLAYER OF THE YEAR Matty McConnell Chartiers Valley 6-1, SR., GUARD Charters Valley senior Matty McConnell had a WPIAL medal around his neck for ...
Blackhawk’s Omogrosso, Vincentian’s Wise named state’s players of the year
By Staff Report
Blackhawk’s Chassidy Omogrosso and Vincentian Academy’s Brenna Wise continue to defend their titles. Less than two weeks after they each helped their girls basketball teams ...
Chartiers Valley girls lacrosse prepares for Division I
By Nathan Smith
There is a lot of new things to notice about the Chartiers Valley girls lacrosse team — new coach, new players and a new division. ...
Chartiers Valley baseball hopes to triumph behind arms of unproven pitchers
By Gary Horvath
Chartiers Valley baseball coach Jim Jaskowski is hoping that replacing top-end talent with depth in his pitching rotation will be enough to keep the Colts ...
Chartiers Valley boys lacrosse carries momentum into new season
By Nathan Smith
The Chartiers Valley boys lacrosse team is entering the season with a new focus. The Colts are coming off a 9-8 season that saw the team ...
The Signal Item softball preview
By Nathan Smith
Expectations are high for the Signal Item area softball teams entering the season. A year after only two qualified for the postseason and another fell one game short, all four teams return several starters and are looking to reach the WPIAL postseason. The following is a look at what to expect from ...
Chartiers Valley’s Lohman captures 3rd straight PIAA diving title
By Doug Gulasy
LEWISBURG — With the PIAA Class AAA diving competition coming down to the wire, Chartiers Valley senior Maria Lohman knew she had to step up her performance in the finals. Focusing on her own dives instead of the scoreboard, Lohman won her third consecutive state diving title with 508.35 points ...
Chartiers Valley girls top Beaver to advance to PIAA quarterfinals
By Karen Price
Chartiers Valley girls basketball coach Ashley Battle knows her team’s 47-29 win over Beaver in the second round of the PIAA Class AAA playoffs Wednesday ...
HS highlight reel: Roundball Classic set for April 18
By Tribune-Review
The top scorers in the area will be on display April 18 at the Roundball Classic all-star games at Geneva College. Chartiers Valley’s Matty McConnell ...
Chartiers Valley ousted by Mt. Lebanon on last-second shot
By Karen Price
Neither Jonny David nor his father, Mt. Lebanon coach Joe David, could quite say what happened on the game-winning play of the Blue Devils’ first-round PIAA upset win over Chartiers Valley on Saturday at Canon-McMillan High School. Chartiers Valley’s Matty McConnell had just hit a 3-pointer to tie the score in ...

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