Alumni Update - Spencer Casson (Seton Hill)

Written by Drew Karpen on .

Spencer Casson averaged 12 points, nine rebounds, and 6.5 blocks per game last week for Seton Hill.Casson SHU


In a win over Clarion, the freshman center scored a game-high 18 points on 9-of-12 shooting while adding 13 rebounds and eight blocks.


The Chartiers Valley product contributed six points, five blocks, and five rebounds in a PSAC Crossover game against West Chester.

His performance earned him PSAC West Freshman of the Week.


(photo courtesy of Seton Hill University)


Hockey: South Feature Athlete – Chartiers Valley’s Derek Falcioni

Written by Ryan Riordan on .

Name: Derek Falcioni
School: Chartiers Valley
Grade: 12
Sport: Hockey

Background: Falcioni notched his first career hat trick at the high school level Monday, scoring three goals in the Colts’ 6-5 loss to Fox Chapel. Falcioni’s three goals gave him six for the season, all coming in the past four games. Falcioni, a four-year varsity member and an alternate captain this season, is the team’s leading scorer with 12 points, but Chartiers Valley is just 1-11 on the season. Last season, Falcioni scored seven goals and 17 points for the playoff-bound Colts. 


Girls Basketball: Move to Class AAA agrees with Chartiers Valley

Written by Joe Koch on .

After struggling in Class AAAA a year ago an competing in Section 4-AAAA, Chartiers Valley is enjoying plenty of success with an overall record of 6-3 and a Section 5-AAA record of 4-0 heading into today's 7:30 p.m. game at McGuffey.

The Colts are the only unbeaten team in section play. McGuffey and Trinity are tied for second place with section records of 2-1. Quaker Valley is fourth at 2-2, and South Fayette is tied with Montour for fifth place at 1-2.

The Colts started their season losing two of their first three games to non-section opponents Penn Hills (57-50) and Bishop Canevin (58-43). But after that loss to the Crusaders, Chartiers Valley earned section victories over South Fayette (39-31), Trinity (36-32), Quaker Valley (64-31) and Montour (63-24). After losing to non-section rival Vincentian Academy, 59-41, in the Butler Tournament, the Colts rolled to a 62-21 victory over Kittanning in the tournament's consolation game.

Following tonight's game with McGuffey, the Colts host Keystone Oaks at 7:30 p.m. on Friday.


Boys Basketball: New class, same results for Chartiers Valley

Written by Brad Everett on .

Chartiers Valley is piling up wins and is among the highest-scoring teams in the WPIAL.

In other words, it's been business as usual.

Back in Class AAAA after spending the previous two seasons in Class AAA, Chartiers Valley is 7-1 overall and 2-0 in Section 4. The Colts are averaging 82.9 points per game, which ranks first in Class AAAA and second in the WPIAL. Only Vincentian is averaging more.

At the forefront of Chartiers Valley's sizzling start has been senior guard Matty McConnell, who has scored 34 points in each of the Colts' last two games. McConnell, a Robert Morris recruit, has already eclipsed 30 points three times. He averaged 21.8 points per game as a junior.