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Boys Cross Country: Chartiers Valley wins Big South Championship

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With five runners finishing in the top 10, Chartiers Valley won the Big South Championship at Mingo Park Friday.

Zac Cox led the way with a second-place finish with a time of 17:24. But Cox was followed closely by Corey Gulakowski (third), Matthew Thomas (fourth), Joseph Westrick (seventh) and Micah Colson (ninth).

The Colts’ final score of 25 was 55 better than second-place West Mifflin. Other teams participating in the event were Ringgold, Thomas Jefferson, Trinity, McGuffey, Elizabeth Forward and South Park.

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Girls Tennis: Char Valley looking for improvement

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Playing in a league with perennial powers Mt. Lebanon and Upper St. Clair, as well as a strong Oakland Catholic team, makes it difficult for the rest of Section 4-AAA.

So Chartiers Valley’s coach is looking for her team to compete well against the rest of the competition in the league.

Our team goals are to beat Baldwin, Montour, West Allegheny, and possibly Allderice,” said Chartiers Valley coach Diane Daeschner. “I feel our team is stronger this year than in years past and we should be able to have multiple wins in our section.”

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Chartiers Valley 2013 Football Preview

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Chris Saluga stepped down after leading the Colts to eight WPIAL Class AAA playoff appearances in 12 seasons. Saluga was the winningest coach in Chartiers Valley history with a 60-61 record during his tenure.

The Colts tied for last place in the Parkway Conference and finished with a 2-7 record last season.

South Fayette graduate Niel Loebig has taken over as head coach. Loebig spent six of the past seven years as an assistant for Jerry Schmidt at Duquesne University. He also spent one season [2011] as head coach at Lely High School in Naples, Fla.