Katie Proof

Steel Valley Senior Katie Proof has committed to play softball at Point Park University on March 28th.

 Katie is a 4 year letter winner and 4 year starter on the softball team at Steel Valley. As a junior she was selected as an All-Section softball player by the Pittsburgh Post Gazette after batting .333 with 4 doubles and 21 runs scored. She also posted an impressive .443 on base percentage. 

Katie has a 4.21 GPA and is ranked 8th in the senior class.  
Congratulations and good luck to Katie.

Kayla Hartnett

Kayla Harnett committed to play softball at Seton Hill University. Kayla
is a 4 year letter winner and 3 year starter on the softball team at Steel
Valley. As a junior she was selected as an All-Section softball player by
the Pittsburgh Post Gazette after batting .363 with 7 doubles and 18 runs
scored. Kayla has a 4.4 QPA and is ranked 4th in her class.
Congratulations and good luck to Kayla

Danielle Long

Danielle Long is a four-year member of the girl’s varsity bowling team for Steel Valley High School.  Danielle has been apart of two teams that qualified for WPIBL playoffs and this year she anchored the girls team to their best ever finish with an 8-2 record, good enough for second place.  She also captained this year’s team to a spot in the WPIBL regional tournament where they have the opportunity to qualify for the Pennsylvania State Championships. 

 

Each year Danielle has seen her average increase and this year she finished with a career best 155, which was good enough for 5th place in the WPIBL South Section.  Danielle is also a two-time qualifier for the WPIBL Regional Tournament.

 

Danielle has signed on to continue her bowling career with the Robert Morris University Colonials next fall.  

 

Congratulations and good luck to Danielle.

 

Todd Hill

Todd Hill signed his college football letter of intent on Wednesday, February 5th at a ceremony held at Steel Valley High School.  

Todd will attend Duquesne University on a football scholarship beginning this fall.   

I have attached pictures from the signing of Todd surrounded by his family and friends.

Todd Hill and family at his signing event

Brady Miller

Congratulations to Steel Valley Senior Brady Miller.  Brady signed his letter of intent to play baseball at Goldey–Beacom College in Delaware.  Brady is the son of Joe and Cortney Miller of Munhall. Brady has been the starting catcher for the Ironmen since day one of his freshman year. During his career with the Ironmen, his batting average is (.341) with 46 home runs and he has thrown out over 33% of would-be base stealers over his three years.  Brady was voted all-section catcher as a sophomore when he helped lead the Ironmen to a 10-0 section record.   

Good Luck Brady!

Brady Miller and family at his signing event

Andre Good

On November 15, 2018, Steel Valley Senior, Andre Good, signed his letter of intent to play baseball at Youngstown State University.  Andre has been a starter for the Steel Valley Varsity Baseball Team since his freshman year.  He led the Ironmen in batting average as a freshman (.431) and as a sophomore (.452). Andre was all-section as a sophomore when he led the Ironmen to a 10-0 section record.  He has a career batting average of .438. 

Congratulations and good luck to Andre with his baseball career!

Andre Good and family at his signing event

Recent News

Click on header for flyer.  We will be holding tryouts for the 2019 – 2020 Steel Valley High School Varsity Cheerleading Squad on Saturday April 27, 2019 at 8:00 am in the Middle School Gym. For three consecutive days before tryouts we will hold practice so you can learn the jumps, cheer and dance required to tryout for the squad. Tryouts are open to upcoming 8thgrade students going into 9thgrade and above.

Camps for Students

April 5, 2019

Camp Erin,  Camp Kesem, and Circle Camp of EKC: for students in need. . .

Caring Closet

April 5, 2019

For students at Steel Valley Senior High School, nurse Amber Thomas’ office offers more than a place to go when feeling sick. There students have the chance to “shop” for toiletries and essentials. . .