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Alumni Update - Jeff Jenkins (Thiel)

Written by Drew Karpen on .

GREENVILLE, Pa. – Jeff Jenkins was the medalist Saturday at the Thiel Spring Invitational, which took place at theJenkins Thiel Greens of Greenville.

 

Jenkins and Grove City's Cole McCook each carded 73s, but Jenkins won the scorecard tiebreaker to finish first overall in the eight-team event.


The Chartiers Valley graduate earned PAC Men’s Golfer of the Week for his performance.

 

(photo courtesy of Thiel College)

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Baseball: Chartiers Valley tops South Fayette to take hold of first place in Section 3-AAA

Written by Brad Everett on .

Chartiers Valley entered this week's action having played only two of its scheduled 10 section games.

While it's still early, the Colts picked up a win Monday that could go a long way in helping them successfully defend their section title.

Chartiers Valley defeated South Fayette, 5-3, in a key Class AAA Section 3 game. The teams entered the game as the only unbeaten clubs in the section. Chartiers Valley improved to 3-0 (8-2 overall), while South Fayette dropped to 3-1 (4-5 overall).

Brady Gulakowski came up big for Chartiers Valley, homering in the fifth and coming on in the seventh to earn the save. Gulakowski took over on the mound with runners on second and third and no outs. After giving up an RBI single to Geavonie Love, Gulakowski struck out Nick Yaworski, Dom Malosh and Richie Dell to end the game.

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Photo Journal: Softball - Chartiers Valley vs. South Fayette (April 14)

Written by Marilyn Schwilm on .

Chartiers Valley was the home team hosting South Fayette, Thursday, April 14, 2016, in a WPIAL AAA, Section 2 softball game. South Fayette's bats were busy earning 17 runs to Chartiers Valley 6.  Here are some photos of the game.

click here to see video highlights of the game

Photos by Marilyn C. Schwilm, Tri-State Sports & News Service

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Alumni Update - Jennifer Rickens (Thiel)

Written by Drew Karpen on .

MEADVILLE, Pa. – The Thiel College women's lacrosse team was defeated Sunday by the Transylvania PioneersRickens Thiel 22-4 in Ohio River Lacrosse Conference (ORLC) play at Frank B. Fuhrer Field on the campus of Allegheny College in Meadville, Pa.

Jennifer Rickens, a Chartiers Valley graduate, paced the Tomcats with a pair of goals.

 

(photo courtesy of Thiel College)

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Track: Chartiers Valley’s Nelson leaps to excellent start

Written by Brad Everett on .

Chartiers Valley senior Jared Nelson is expected to push for a top-three finish at WPIALs and a state championship berth. So far, so good.

Nelson had a fine day at the Mt. Lebanon Invitational two weekends ago, winning the long jump and triple jump. His leap in the long jump (19-11) edged Mt. Lebanon senior Patrick Kimball (19-6 1/2). Nelson placed seventh in the long jump at last year's WPIALs. Nelson had a winning leap of 41-8 at Mt. Lebanon, topping a field that included second-place finisher Brendan Todd of Bethel Park, who jumped 38-8 1/4.

Another Chartiers Valley athlete shining at the Mt. Lebanon Invitational was freshman Elias Zajicek, who claimed the title in the 800-meter run. Senior Sean Parenti won the 400 and was the runner up in the 100. Freshman Aaron Tate was third in the 110 hurdles.

For the girls, senior Amy MacFarlane paced Chartiers Valley by finishing third in the 400. Senior Molly Beattie tied for third in the 300 hurdles.