Team Schedules

FALL SPORTS

2019 - 2020

Football & JV Football [PDF]

Boys Soccer [PDF]

Girls Soccer [PDF]

Cross Country [PDF]

Golf [PDF]

Girls Volleyball [PDF]

MS Girls Volleyball [PDF]

MS Soccer [PDF]

MS Cross Country [PDF]

MS Swimming [PDF]

Varsity Band

Cheerleading

MS Cheerleading

WINTER SPORTS

2019 - 2020

Basketball JV/Varsity Boys  [PDF]

Basketball JV / Varsity Girls [PDF]

Swimming [PDF]

Bowling  [PDF]

MS Boys Basketball [PDF]

MS Girls Basketball [PDF]

9th Grade Boys Basketball

Wrestling

Varsity Band

Cheerleading

MS Cheerleading

SPRING SPORTS

2019 - 2020

Baseball [PDF]

JV Baseball [PDF]

Softball [PDF]

 V Boys Volleyball [PDF]

JH Volleyball

Varsity Band

Cheerleading

MS Cheerleading

Winter
High School, Middle School
Student Sports Pass
  Winter practice begins:

Student Sports Pass for Fall

Winter Student Sport Pass [PDF]

 

 

November 18, 2019
  JV/Varsity Boys' Basketball
  JV/Varsity Girls' Basketball
  JV/Varsity Wrestling
  JV/Varsity Swimming

January 2, 2020
 7th/8th Grade Girls' Basketball

 

2019 Christmas Parade

Steel Valley Homecoming Queen, Kaitlyn Caiarelli and members of the Homecoming Court, Madison Rose, Haylie Hahn, Hayley Tate, and Paige Butko in the Christmas Parade.

Congratulations to Coach Loughran and Andre Good for being named Coach and Player of the Year!!

Coach and Player of the Year

Christopher Horner | Tribune-Review

Head of the Class: Baseball Player and Coach of the Year

Class 3A Baseball

POY: Andre Good, Steel Valley

The Youngstown State recruit batted .420 with 30 runs, 26 RBIs, four triples and five home runs. He went 3 for 5 and drove in the game-winning run in the WPIAL final.

COY: Patrick Loughran, Steel Valley

Like Medich, Loughran also won a WPIAL title in his first season as head coach. The Ironmen went 13-9 overall but made a title-winning run as a No. 4 seed in the WPIAL playoffs.

 

Recent News

Community Letter

March 30, 2020

We now are starting the third week of government-mandated closure of our schools. This drastic measure was taken because schools could become hotspots for COVID-19. In order for us to protect our community, and to warrant the closure of our schools, we have to take every precaution possible to contain the coronavirus.

Career and technical education classes will resume at Steel Center Tech via distance learning on Monday, March 30, 2020. Information regarding this is posted to our school homepage: www.steelcentertech.com.

Click on the header for information about COVID-19 is rapidly evolving as new details are confirmed and new questions emerge. In the event of an outbreak in your community, as a parent/caregiver, your first concern is about how to protect and take care of your children and family.