Friday, March 1, 2013
The Colts held the lead at the half but the tide turned in the Spartans' favor with 2:52 left in the game.
The Chartiers Valley Colts boys’ basketball team fell after the Montour Spartans pulled ahead 47-40 in the final minutes of the WPIAL AAA championship game at the A.J. Palumbo Center in Duquesne Friday night. The game got under way after a short delay and the Colts scored two points within first ten seconds, according to the district’s official Twitter feed at @CVSDcolts. At the end of the first quarter, the Colts were up 18-11. Spencer Casson's 14 points took Chartiers Valley to 29-20 halftime lead over Montour, according to The Almanac's @SHAlmanacSports Twitter feed. The Colts still held the lead at the end of the third quarter, as the lead was cut to a single point with the Colts 33, Montour 32. With 2:52 to play, the Spartans score a…
Thursday, February 28, 2013
Chartiers Valley sophomore Maria Lohman captured another WPIAL diving title this month.
A Chartiers Valley High School sophomore captured another WPIAL diving title this month. Maria Lohman won the AAA diving championship and became the first diver in history to hold back-to-back WPIAL title. She won on Feb. 23 with a score of 467.60, according to Chartiers Valley’s official Twitter feed. Maria also won the AA championship last year. She now heads to the PIAA state championship in March. Maria was featured on Chartiers Valley Patch last March after winning the WPIAL title in 2012. Like the Chartiers Valley Patch Facebook page or sign up for our Daily E-mail Newsletter
Sunday, March 6, 2011
Chartiers Valley loses to Gators in WPIAL championship game
PITTSBURGH - Chartiers Valley couldn’t overcome Gateway’s size or the absence of starting guard Steve Burda last night as the Colts lost the Class AAAA championship game 58-43 at the A.J. Palumbo Center on Saturday night. The Colts have had quite a bit of success in WPIAL title games, playing seven times since 1997, but the team was unable to notch its sixth WPIAL school championship. And while coach Tim McConnell and his Colts are disappointed, the 19-year coach said he is extremely proud of the championship journey his team chased. “I told them I didn’t plan on coming into the locker room and talking about a loss. I’m disappointed, but we have to deal with it,” McConnell said. “On the same hand, I’m very proud of them for the run they …