Bethel Park, under head coach Jonna Burke, defeated Chartiers Valley, 48-34, to capture its first WPIAL title for girls’ basketball. Mariah Penascino is on the move against Kassidy O’Keefe. Penascino scored a game-high 15 points to lead Bethel Park to victory over Chartiers Valley, 48-34, in the WPIAL Quad-A girls’ basketball championship contest. Sami Simpson battles Kristin McGeough for the rebound while Paige Kochka-Puskar (No. 24) attempts to help as well during Bethel Park’s 48-34 victory against Chartiers Valley in the WPIAL Quad-A championship game. Chartiers Valley’s Kristina Coyne finds her path to the basket blocked by Bethel Park defenders. In the WPIAL Quad-A championship game, the Lady Hawks used defense to score a 48-34 win over the Colts. Megan Marecic strips Alexa Golden of the basketball during WPIAL Quad-A girls’ championship action. Kristin McGeough reaches in and attempts to steal the ball away from Sami Simpson during WPIAL Quad-A championship action. Bethel Park defeated Chartiers Valley, 48-34, to win its first-ever district title in girls’ basketball. Kristin McGeough attempts to clear the ball out of the crowd during WPIAL Quad-A girls’ basketball final. Chartiers Valley lost to Bethel Park, 48-34. Chartiers Valley seniors Kassidy O’Keefe, Kristina Coyne and Mariah Wells attempt to hide their tears and disappointment with smiles upon receiving the WPIAL Quad-A runner-up trophy after their defeat, 48-34, to Bethel Park in the championship contest at the Palumbo Center. Megan Marecic puts up a basket during Bethel Park’s 48-34 win against Chartiers Valley in the WPIAL Quad-A girls’ basketball championship game. Marecic scored seven points and pulled down 11 rebounds in the triumph. Alexa Golden and Paige Kochka-Puskar are among the players reaching for the bouncing ball during WPIAL Quad-A girls’ championship action. Bethel Park defeated Chartiers Valley, 48-34, in the final. The long arms of Bethel Park’s defense, specifically Megan Marecic and Paige Kochka-Puskar, prevents Kassidy O’Keefe from scoring a bucket during WPIAL Quad-A girls’ championship play. Bethel Park captains Megan Marecic, Mariah Penascino and Lauren Shaffer accept the WPIAL trophy after Bethel Park’s victory over Chartiers Valley in the championship contest, 48-34. Shannon Conely goes for a basket while Alexa Golden looks on during the WPIAL Quad-A girls’ final. Bethel Park defeated Chartiers Valley, 48-34, to win its first girls’ basketball championship. Laura Chess (No. 34), Harper Zimmer (No. 11) and Sami Simpson anxiously await the spoils of their victory as Bethel Park claimed the WPIAL Quad-A trophy for girls’ basketball by virtue of its 48-34 triumph over Chartiers Valley. Zimmer staked BP to the lead, 12-6, with six points, and the Hawks never trailed again. Zimmer finished with 11 tallies.