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Char Valley football players named to All-Conference team

| Tuesday, Dec. 11, 2018, 1:00 p.m.
Chartiers Valley First Team All-Conference football selections and two of their coaches celebrate the accomplishment at the high school. From left, Griffin Beatty, punter; Associate Head Coach Josh Kirby; James Lang, offensive guard; Head Coach Dan Knause; Connor Barrett, running back; and Sean Banas, tight end.
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Chartiers Valley First Team All-Conference football selections and two of their coaches celebrate the accomplishment at the high school. From left, Griffin Beatty, punter; Associate Head Coach Josh Kirby; James Lang, offensive guard; Head Coach Dan Knause; Connor Barrett, running back; and Sean Banas, tight end.

Four Chartiers Valley football players have named to the Class 5A Allegheny Eight All-Conference first team. Those players are: Seniors’ James Lang, offensive guard, and Connor Barrett, running back; as well as juniors’ Sean Banas, tight end, and Griffin Beatty, punter.

Also recognized as second-team all-conference are: Senior Troy Donofrio, defensive back, and junior Antonio Zambrano, linebacker.

Junior Jayden Davis, offensive tackle, was named honorable mention.

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