The team is six wins away from breaking the overall record for boys and girls teams.

By: KDKA-TV News Staff

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — It was a big night for the WPIAL and PIAA as the Chartiers Valley girls basketball program made history.

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The Colts, led by head coach Tim McConnell took down Gateway at home by a score of 91-39 to break the PIAA girls basketball record for consecutive wins.

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They’ve now won 63 straight games and they have a chance to really make history later this season.

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They are just six wins away from breaking the overall state record in girls and boys basketball, which is currently held by West Philadelphia’s boys team from the late 1970’s.