ALTOONA – Jorden Williams is learning to wrestle Western Pennsylvania style and he is a fast learner.
Patrick Jennings admits he wasn’t too sure it was the best idea for the Chartiers-Houston wrestling program.
HOUSTON – Postseason basketball games are often better when the contest is a neighborhood rivalry.
HOUSTON – If their first meeting was considered a defensive struggle, Tuesday night’s Washington vs. Chartiers-Houston girls basketball clash was a rock fight.
Rangers overcome slow start with fast finish to stay undefeated in Class 2A Section 4.
Manny Ntumngia scored 17 points, leading three Chartiers-Houston players in double figures, and the Bucs continued their strong start to the season by overcoming a halftime deficit and defeating Jefferson-Morgan 57-36 in non-section boys basketball action Thursday night.
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HOUSTON — Terry Fetsko passed for two touchdowns and ran for another score as Chartiers-Houston ended its season with a 35-6 win over Avella in the Class A Black Hills Conference on Friday night.
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CORAOPOLIS — Raequan Troutman ran for four first-half touchdowns, powering Cornell to a 52-7 win over Chartiers-Houston in the Class A Black Hills Conference game Friday night.
First girls soccer section title in 18 years came a little sooner than expected at Chartiers-Houston.
HOUSTON — Bishop Canevin exploded for 20 points in the fourth quarter to take a 33-6 victory from Chartiers-Houston in a Class A Black Hills Conference game Friday night.
CARNEGIE — Jessie Orbin and Jake Mele each scored twice to power Chartiers-Houston to a 39-8 victory over Carlynton in Class A Black Hills Conference game Friday night.
HOUSTON — Nehemiah Azeem passed for 284 yards and two touchdowns and ran for another score, powering undefeated OLSH past Chartiers-Houston 45-0 in a Class A Black Hills Conference game.
HOUSTON — Rudy Brown rushed for 93 yards and one touchdown, and Sondre Lundie threw for one score and had a key interception late in the game as Burgettstown held off host Chartiers-Houston 14-8 in a key Class 2A Black Hills Conference game Friday night.
McDONALD – Matt Sieg is just a freshman.
HOUSTON – Slow starts are becoming the norm for Chartiers-Houston in this early stage of the football season.
ROGERSVILLE — Chartiers-Houston shut out West Greene in the second half on the way to 31-21 victory in a non-conference game Friday night at Kennedy Field.
Chartiers-Houston forward is the Observer-Reporter Athlete of the Week
Following a 16-4 record during a season that saw head coach Trisha Alderson surpass 400 coaching wins and a spot in the WPIAL playoffs, Chartiers-Houston’s softball team had a few surprises left for the fans.
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SEWICKLEY – Throughout the season, Tricia Alderson was worried about the section’s opposing pitchers.
A familiarity with one another and an investment in playing high level softball fueled a historic run for the 1987 Chartiers-Houston softball team.
Chartiers-Houston shortstop is the Observer-Reporter Athlete of the Week
McDONALD – t’s not often that a baseball game ends on a walk-off strikeout.
The moment Tim Mousetis walked through the wrestling room door as head coach at Chartiers-Houston High School he established himself as the smartest and toughest guy in the room.
The talent and coaching were unquestioned.
Avella bumped to tougher conference, Big Macs down to 5-team league; C-H drops to Class A with a thud
Blue Devils shut out Chartiers-Houston for more than a quarter in key section victory.
The intense desire to bring the Canon-McMillan High School wrestling team back to the top of the WPIAL required a coach with a large profile, charisma, smarts, guts and a willingness to coach his kids hard – every one of them.
HOUSTON – We are about to see what a more powerful and stronger Chris Vargo can be like during this wrestling season.
Walking onto the mats for wrestling practice gives a different feel for Brian Krenzelak now.
Late first-half touchdown sets tone for second half in Bucs' playoff defeat.
Official's non-call cost McGuffey possible home game for first round of the WPIAL playoffs. Only 4 local teams will play at home in first round.
CALIFORNIA – Here’s how good a runner Ryan Pajak is in case you were wondering.
Chartiers-Houston football player is Observer-Reporter Athlete of the Week
Hillers win in opening round of the WPIAL Class 3A volleyball playoffs.
WAYNESBURG — Chartiers-Houston dug itself out of a 24-6 hole in the second half to take a 27-24 victory over Waynesburg in a Century Conference game Friday.
Bucs clinch playoff berth with hard-fought win over Highlanders.
The Bentworth girls soccer program clinched its 12th consecutive WPIAL playoff berth by defeating Beth-Center 4-0 Thursday in a Class A Section 2 match.
PERRYOPOLIS — Chartiers-Houston set up a showdown in the Class 2A Century Conference next week with McGuffey by defeating host Frazier 34-7 Friday night.
Chartiers-Houston girls soccer striker is the Observer-Reporter Athlete of the Week.
HOUSTON — Lane Camden rushed for 104 yards and scored three touchdowns as Chartiers-Houston stopped Charleroi, 27-10, in a Class 2A Century Conference game Friday night.
SEWICKLEY – One poor swing was all it took to turn Griffin Hansberry’s day upside down.
Early showdown in Century Conference matches two undefeated teams with many questions to answer.