2013 Chartiers Valley Football Coaching Staff
Josh enters his 14th year of coaching, all at Chartiers Valley.  He
coaches the offensive line and serves as special teams coordinator.  
He played at Boyertown Area Senior High School and graduated from
Penn State University with a degree in Secondary Education.  Coach
Kirby is employed as a social studies teacher at Chartiers Valley High
School and resides with his wife, Jodi, in Collier.
                                                   HEAD FOOTBALL COACH - NIEL LOEBIG

                                                  Niel Loebig, who broke 13 of 15 school passing records as an                   
                                                   undergraduate quarterback at Duquesne University, also coached 6         
                                                   seasons (2006-2010 and 2012) at Duquesne as QB Coach, Passing        
                                                   Game Coordinator, and Offensive Coordinator.

                                                   Loebig, who has helped two former DU quarterbacks to NCAA FCS          
                                                    top 15 pass efficiency ratings (Scott Knapp 5th in 2006 and Kevin            
                                                    Rombach 13th in 2007), served a quarterbacks coach from 2006-09.       
                                                    He added the title of passing game coordinator prior to the 2009              
                                                    season  as was named offensive coordinator in 2010.

One of a select group of players at all NCAA levels to throw for over 10,000 yards and 100 touchdowns,
Loebig led the Dukes to four consecutive MAAC titles, (2001-04) and a I-AA Mid-Major National
Championship in 2003. He was a 2003 All-American, is the only Duquesne four-time first team All-MAAC
player and only player in school history to throw for over 2,000 yards and 20 touchdowns in four seasons.

After finishing at Duquesne, Loebig entertained offers from arena football teams prior to going into private
business with his family and eventually into coaching.  Coach Loebig moved to Naples, Florida in January
of 2011 and served as a 9th grade Algebra teacher and Offensive Coordinator.

Loebig, 31, who received his degree in education in 2005 and masters in sports leadership in 2007, is
married to Lindsay O'Connell.  They have a son, Beckham Brees Loebig, who was born in April 2012.

Coach Loebig may be reached at
nloebig@cvsd.net or 412-429-2631.
                                          DEFENSIVE COORDINATOR - BOB KITCHEN (COACH "KITCH")

                                         Bob enters his 12th year of coaching, his first season at                                 
                                          Chartiers Valley and will serve as the Defensive                                              
                                          Coordinator for the Colts.  Coach Kitch has spent most of                               
                                          his coaching years as an assistant with Coach Ray Braszo                              
                                          at West Mifflin Area High School and Steel Valley High                                    
                                          School.  Bob holds a Masters Degree in Education, a                                      
                                          Masters Degree in Administration, and a K-12 Principal                                   
                                          Certification.  Coach Kitch is employed as a teacher in the                              
                                          Pittsburgh Public Schools.  Bob resides in Bethel Park with                             
                                          his wife Tracy and two children: Olivia age 6 and Anthony                               
                                          age  4.  

   Bob brings over 30 years of coaching to Chartiers Valley from both the     
    high school and college levels.  He served as both a Head Coach and      
    Assistant Coach including stops at Quigley HS (1970-1980), East             
    Liverpool (1980-1983), and South Fayette HS (1984-2000).  Coach          
    Babish won two WPIAL championships while coaching Quigley HS in         
    1979 and 1980.  Bob also served as an assistant for Joe Walton at           
    Robert Morris University where he was a part of the 2 National                  
    Championships.  He was named PA State Coach of the Year in 1979        
    and was inducted in the Beaver County Hall of Fame (Coaching) in           
    2007.  Bob is retired and lives with his wife Judy and daughter Jillian.
Brandon enters his 5th year of coaching at Chartiers Valley.  A
Bridgeville native, Brandon played football at Chartiers Valley and
continued his career at Bethany College where he was a four year
letterman and 3 year all conference defensive back and earned a
teaching degree in Health and Physical Education.
                                           DEFENSIVE LINE - ROD WEAVER

                                           Graduated from Center High School. Was a member of the first Jr.                     
                                            High and High School Football teams at Center High School.                              
                                            Received a football scholarship to play at Thaddeus Stevens Trade                  
                                            School [Lancaster, Pa.]. Coached at the High School Football level                    
                                            for 20+ years. During those 20+ years Coach Weaver served both                    
                                            as an Offensive and Defensive Coordinator. His stops included                          
                                            coaching stints as an assistant football coach at Center, Riverside,                    
                                            Central Valley and Ellwood City High Schools. Excited to be a                             
                                            member of the Chartiers Valley Coaching Staff. Looking forward to                    
                                            the new challenges, and being part of a successful program.
Eric enters his 7th season of coaching at Chartiers Valley. He is a
Scott Township native and 2003 Chartiers Valley graduate, where he
played football and was the Colts’ starting quarterback in 2002. Coach
Braithwaite continued his academic pursuits and athletic career at
Geneva College where he graduated with a degree in math education
and was a member of the football team. Eric coaches the running
backs and is currently a math teacher at Chartiers Valley High School.
He resides with his wife, Sarah, and son, Jack, in South Fayette.
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Anthony is in his first year coaching at Chartiers Valley.  He is a    
Chartiers Valley graduate (2008) and was a member of the Colts    
football, basketball, and baseball teams.  After high school, Anthony  
went to Duquesne University where he played football for 4 years, was
part of the NEC championship team, and completed his undergraduate
degree in Secondary Education with a concentration in Social Sciences.  
Anthony is continuing his education at Duquesne and is pursuing a
Masters Degree in Special Education.

Dave is entering his 3rd season of coaching, the last two years coaching      
for Imani Christian Academy.  He will be coaching the wide receivers for        
the Colts this year.  Dave played at Gateway HS, went to play at                   
Michigan State University before transferring back home to finish at              
Duquesne University.  He holds a degree in Public Relations and                  
Advertising and is currently applying for graduate school.

2013 is Aaron's 1st  season of coaching at Chartiers Valley.  He will be
coaching the quarterbacks for the Colts this year.  Aaron played at Erie
McDowell High School and went to play college football at Duquesne
University.  Aaron also participated as a sprinter on the Duquesne outdoor
track team and helped set a school record in the 4X400 relay (3:14:35) at
the 2010 Atlantic 10 Championships.  Aaron was also named first team
All-Conference defensive back as a senior at Duquesne University.  Aaron
holds a degree in Elementary Education.