Brayden Reynolds

Eleanor Bailey/The Almanac

Chartiers Valley’s Brayden Reynolds earned All-State first-team honors.

Chartiers Valley’s Brayden Reynolds added another honor to his basketball achievements when the senior guard earned first-team accolades on the Pennsylvania Sports Writers All-State team.

Reynolds averaged 24.9 points, five rebounds, four assists and three steals for the Colts, who were 22-4 overall and WPIAL Class 5A runners-up this season.

Reynolds finished his career with 1,523 points. His finest performance occurred in a 77-59 victory at New Castle when he scored a personal-best 42 points, buried six 3-pointers and grabbed 15 rebounds against the Hurricanes

Reynolds earned Section 2 and WPIAL Class 5 A Player of the Year honors as well as being named The Almanac MVP.

Reynolds has gained the attention of the U.S. Military Academy but has recently picked up a few additional Division I offers to supplement the ones he had received from Mercyhurst, Notre Dame College and Pitt-Johnstown.

Almanac Sports Editor

An award-winning journalist, Eleanor Bailey has been employed by Observer Publishing Company since 1982. She is the sports editor at The Almanac and a contributor for the Observer-Reporter.

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