Alumni Update - Mariah Wells (Seton Hill)

Written by Drew Karpen on .

Seton Hill returned to PSAC West action on Saturday afternoon as they traveled to California PA to take on the defending nationalWells SHU champions.  

California led by as many as 16 points but the Griffins battled back to force overtime after Alexandra Hay's three pointer at the buzzer which tied the game at 70.  

The Griffins then closed out the game with a defensive stand to preserve the 83-81 victory.  SHU improves to 9-7 overall and 5-5 in PSAC play.

Mariah Wells scored seven of the Griffins first ten points as they trailed the Vulcans 12-10 at the first quarter media timeout.  

Wells, a Chartiers Valley graduate, led the Griffins with 16 points. 


(photo courtesy of Seton Hill University)


Hockey: South Feature Athlete – Chartiers Valley junior Alex Evans

Written by Keith Barnes on .


Name: Alex Evans

School: Chartiers Valley

Grade: 11

Sport: Hockey


Background: Evans was selected to play in the PIHL Class AA all-star game, a year after the Colts did not have a representative. Has scored five goals and eight points in 13 games this season after notching only two goals a year ago. Scored two goals in the season opener against Quaker Valley and chipped in an assist in a win against Norwin in the team’s most recent game.



Photo Journal: Boys Basketball - Chartiers Valley vs. Franklin Regional (Dec. 4)

Written by Cara DeCarlo on .

It's almost time for holiday hoops tournaments. Enjoy some photos of the '15-'16 Chartiers Valley team. These photos were taken on December 4, 2016 in the Colts' tipoff win over Franklin Regional 84-79.

These photos were taken alongside video clips; you can view the video clips by clicking here.) The video features game commentary by coach Shawn Sherry.



Boys Basketball: South Feature Athlete - Chartiers Valley's Ross Wilkerson

Written by Brad Everett on .

Name: Ross Wilkerson
High School: Chartiers Valley
Grade: 11
Sport: Boys Basketball
Position: Guard

Background: Wilkerson is averaging 23.5 points per game, and, along with senior teammate Eddie Flohr (25 ppg), has helped the defending WPIAL Class AAAA champion Colts continue their high-scoring ways despite the graduation of Post-Gazette Player of the Year Matty McConnell. Wilkerson scored 41 points -- the most of any WPIAL player this season -- in a 96-94 double-overtime loss against Monessen on Dec. 5. The Colts, who are averaging 79.2 points per game, are 4-1 overall and 2-0 in Section 4.