Nicole Olkosky, Maura Malone, Libby Schneider, Karley O'Keefe, Melissa Rickens and Amanda Mazzarini celebrate as Mariah Wells knocks down a pair of free throws with 10.8 seconds to play and assures Chartiers Valley a 31-27 victory over Mt. Lebanon and a trip to the WPIAL Quad-A championship game. Alexa Golden drives past Christine Ehland during Chartiers Valley's 31-27 victory over Mt. Lebanon. Golden totaled three points in the win while Ehland supplied 13 in defeat. Although surrounded by defenders Kassidy O'Keefe (No. 10) and Jenna Devinney (No. 14), Alex Ventrone attempts to put up a basket. Held scoreless by the Chartiers Valley defense, Mt. Lebanon dropped a 31-27 decision in the WPIAL Quad-A semifinal game at North Allegheny. Kassidy O'Keefe (10) manuevers her way around the defensive roadblock set up by Christine Ehland (No. 33). Saddled with foul trouble throughout the contest, O'Keefe was held to three points while Ehland exploded for a team-high 13 tallies. They were not enough as Chartiers Valley edged Mt. Lebanon, 31-27. Alexa Golden and Kristina Coyne make it difficult for Margie McCaffrey to score on this offensive possession for Mt. Lebanon. Though McCaffrey scored 11 points, they were not enough as the Blue Devils dropped a 31-27 decision to Chartiers Valley. While Lebo was looking to reach its fifth straight final, the Lady Colts advanced to the WPIAl championship game for the first time in school history. CV faces section rival Bethel Park in the title tilt set for March 2 at the Palumbo Center. Annie Pacella, Nicole Olkosky, Maura Malone, Libby Schneider and Karley O'Keefe await anxiously the outcome of the final moments of Chartiers Valley's 31-27 win over Mt. Lebanon. With the victory, the Lady Colts advanced to the WPIAL Quad-A championship game for the first time in school history. Chartiers Valley girls' head basketball coach Spencer Stefko reacts during a tense moment during his team's 31-27 victory over Mt. Lebanon. Stefko has the Lady Colts in a WPIAL championship contest for the first time in school history. Alex Ventrone, Alexa Golden and Anna Miller battle for possession of the basketball during WPIAL Quad-A girls' semifinal action. Chartiers Valley edged Mt. Lebanon, 31-27, to advance to the championship game for the first time in school history. Kristin McGeough pulled down a critical offensive rebound and scored off a putback basket in the fourth quarter that helped Chartiers Valley clinch a 31-27 win over Mt. Lebanon in a WPIAL Quad-A girls' semifinal playoff game at North Allegheny. Despite the defensive efforts of Jordan Holmes, Kristina Coyne prevails on the fastbreak and drives for a layup with 35 seconds to play in Chartiers Valley's 31-27 victory over Mt. Lebanon. Coyne scored the only bucket for the Lady Colts in a low-scoring third quarter in which Lebo held the upper hand, 4-3. Alexa Golden dribbles down the court and watches the seconds tick off the clock before celebrating Chartiers Valley's 31-27 victory over Mt. Lebanon. Christine Ehland (No. 33) led Lebo with 13 points. In the background, Jenna Devinney (No. 14) and Amanda Frosztega trail the play. An elated Mariah Wells embraces Kristina Coyne (No. 22) after Chartiers Valley defeated Mt. Lebanon, 31-27, in a WPIAL Quad-A semifinal playoff game at North Allegheny. Wells scored a game-high 17 points, including two free throws with 10.8 seconds to play to seal the Lady Colts' first trip to a championship game.