Charlie played and lettered for the Eagles in the fall of '15, ‘16, and ‘17 as a wide receiver, running back, tight end, safety, punter, and kicker.  He was a leader and someone who always put his teammates first... a player who gave everything he had to the Eagles team, and to Cumberland Valley High School, every Friday night.

​After graduating from CV, Charlie played five years at Penn State University... and can proudly say he is a Cotton Bowl and Rose Bowl Champion.  Charlie graduated from Penn State in the summer of 2022 with a degree in Hospitality Management.

Currently, Charlie is back in the area helping his parents with their family business: The West Shore Farmers Market.


Special Recognition


Russ Trimmer
Sam Sanzotto

Joe Carr

Bob Bowers
Harry Chapman, III
Dr. Gordon Myers
1977 Undefeated Team
Calvin Thompson
Bob Schellenberg
Larry Hall
1992 State Champion Team
Dr. Anthony Colistra
50 Years of CV Football
Ken Kramer
Scott Carmody
Robert Wolf
Lois Wolf
Bob “Doc” Miller
Liz Rimpfel

Don Heiges

Carol & Bill Brown

Harold Swidler

Dennis (Denny) L. Wise

Harold (Butch) Bricker

​Bud Shaffner

​Tim Cramer

​Charlie Brown

Anyone may nominate a CV Football Alumni or Coach for consideration for induction into the CV Football Hall of Fame.  All players must have graduated at least five (5) years prior and coaches may no longer be coaching at Cumberland Valley.  CLICK HERE   for a nomination form, pick one up at the CV Athletic Office, or submit your online nomination below.

Born in 1940, Charlie Brown grew up in Highspire, PA and graduated from Steel High in 1958 where he was a stand-out football (#74) and baseball player. He graduated from Bloomsburg University in 1963 with degrees in Social Studies and English and completed graduate work at Millersville University in Psychology.  Charlie is still married to his high school sweetheart, Charlotte Berner, (who he met in first grade) and has three children -- all Cumberland Valley graduates.

Charlie is still married to his high school sweetheart, Charlotte Berner, (who he met in first grade) and has three children -- all Cumberland Valley graduates.

Mr. Brown began teaching Social Studies at CV Junior High in 1963 and then taught Psychology for the next seven years.  His class was popular enough to move from three sections to ten.

​Mr. Brown also coached seventh and eighth grade football and was the head ninth grade coach for ten years.  As head line coach for the Class of 1969, he claims to be lucky enough to have coached the best offensive line in Cumberland Valley history.

In 1977 Charlie switched careers and began working for Reader's Digest, Inc. as a school fundraiser for 22 years. 

​In 2005 Charlie formed the 501© charity Kick In For Kids, which has helped over 3,000 families throughout the Cumberland Valley School District, distributing approximately $600,000 in assistance.  Charlie served as President of Kick in for Kids until 2019 when he proudly passed the baton to Robert Crobak, another former Cumberland Valley coach and administrator.

Honoring the 1973 Team

Class of 1974

Coach Michael Whitehead

1996 - 2019

Charlie Katshir

#2 Class of 2018

In 1996, Michael Whitehead began his 23 year career coaching football at Cumberland Valley.  Coach Whitehead was an assistant coach from 1996 to 2012 during which time he was part of six District Championship teams and had the privilege of mentorship from Coach Tim Rimpfel.

​As head coach from 2013 to 2019, Coach Whitehead’s record was 60-29.  His teams qualified for District playoffs six out of seven years and made it to the championship game four times and earned one very memorable championship - a seven-overtime win against Central Dauphin in 2015.

​Coach Whitehead took great pride in the CV program and gave all he had to his players to help them succeed both on the field and in the classroom.

Jacob Fetterolf

#78 Class of 2018


Special Recognition











Charlie Brown

CVFAA 2023 Special Recognition

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Jordan Abner '06

Askari Adams ‘95
Charlie Adams ‘98
Marc Alexander ‘81

Brett Basehore '04
Ron Beible ‘72
William Beible ‘69
Nick Berra ‘87
Corey Bischof '04
Pat Bowen ‘78

Wyatt Bowman ,04
David Bretz ‘72
Bill Brown ‘69
Matt Brymesser '91
Brian Bullock ‘83

Tim Burke '97
Tom Bushman '92
Mike Cesarano '02
Four Chapman ‘83
Joe Coldren ‘61
John Colarusso ‘83
Tony Colistra ‘89

Andrew Consevage '11
Rod Coy ‘78
Mike Crum ‘78
Don Deckman ‘56

Jeremy DiPietro '12
Sean Dougherty ‘01
Michael Dugas ‘85
Jared Ebersole '01

Jacob Fetterolf '18

Mike Ford '78

Dave Forney ‘56
Mike Frenette ‘09

Kyle Friend '12
Travis Friend '10
Gary Fritz ‘78
Charles Gaetano ‘69
Ron Gaetano ‘64
Mike Gaumer ‘93
Stan Gelbaugh ‘81

Lance Geesey '12
Jeff Gill ‘83

Tyler Guise '08
Cory Gumby ‘93
Bob Hare ‘57
Trevor Harmon '10
Dave Heckard ‘96

Tyler Heisey '14
Bubba Heisler ‘05
Bill Henschke ‘68
Greg Herrold ‘06
Wayne Hertzler ‘77
Mike Hodge ‘88
Mark Hull ‘78
Dan Hurley ‘69

Charlie Katshir '18
Sam Kinback ‘93

Colton Kirkpatrick '11
Scott Klinger ‘60
Kelly Kramer ‘85
Andy Krosnowski ‘81
Ed Lauer ‘60

Joe Lauer '99
Dan Lawlor '04
Kevin Lawlor ‘00
Jerold Lebold ‘85

Matt Lengel '09
Rick Lingle '72

Connor Long '16
Brad Mangle ‘76
Mike McCarthy ‘00
Brandon McKillip ‘93
John McKissick ‘81

Darrell McMillan '70
Dave Mengle ‘75
Buck Mentzer ‘60

Chad Miller ‘89
Mike Miszerack ‘75
Brandon Morris '09
Andy Moses ‘00
Dave Murphy ‘81
George Myers ‘58
Jesse Neumeyer ‘00
Andy Notarfrancesco ‘96
Chris Notarfrancesco ‘91
Craig Odiorne '96
Chris O’Neill ‘92
Josh Oswalt ‘04
Tommy Page ‘78
Randy Parsons ‘73
Roy Peffer ‘59
Damon Phelan ‘85
Ray Picking ‘72
Carl Pizzaro '75
Matt Plessinger ‘91
Brian Potteiger ‘93
Frank Potteiger ‘57

Josiah Quigley '17
Jim Rich ‘72
Jon Ritchie ‘93
Bob Roberts ‘58
Dave Rowe ‘78
Jason Rubin '92
Charley Ruth ‘78
Mick Sadler '94
Jeremy Salmon '13
Erik Sauve’ ‘90
James Sauve’ ‘90
Jeff Sauve’ ‘91
Jeremy Sauve’ ‘96
Jon Sauve’ ‘00
Eric Sawyer '11
William Saylor ‘59
Ken Sgrignoli ‘58
John Sharbaugh ‘02
Zach Sheaffer '04
Ralph Shires ‘83
Kevin Snyder '11
​Tim Spinelli '15
Neil Stamy ‘90
Brandon Stanford ‘02
Larry Stanford ‘99
Art Thomas ‘99
Chris Thomas '02
William Thumma ‘58
Tyler Updegraff '14
Jake Wagner ‘62
Dan Walsh ‘00
Dino Webster ‘86
Ron Wentz ‘58
Steve Wiles ‘86
Todd Williams '80
Lance Woodell ‘80
Daniel Zorger ‘97
Ron Audo
John Bates
Harold Bricker
Joe Carr
Harry Chapman III
Joe Correal
Robert Crobak
Jim Fry

Levi Mumma
Gary Quigley
Tim Rimpfel
Samuel Sanzotto
Dave Stewart

Michael Whitehead
Ken Woodhall

... current members

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Jacob played and lettered for the Eagles in the fall of '15, '16 and '17 as both an offensive and defensive tackle.  He played youth football with CVMFA and, although sometimes discouraged, Jacob dreamed of being part of the Varsity Eagles, and he believes that he was able to achieve this goal through dedication to improvement and lots of hard work.

​After graduating from Cumberland Valley, Jacob was an offensive tackle for Johns Hopkins University where he also earned a Bacherlors (in 2022) and Masters (in 2023) degree both in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering.  Currently, Jacob is residing in the Baltimore area and will begin working in the biotechnology field with Illumina, a DNA sequencing company.