The Herald, Sharon, Pa.


September 20, 2012

HIGH SCHOOL FALL SPORTS: Hickory, Sharon soccer teams play to tie


ä Kennedy Catholic 5, Oil City 0 — At Oil City, coach Frank Bober’s visiting Lady Golden Eagles (7-3) eased to the win via a handful of straight-sets victories.

Oil City (1-9) won only 9 games in the 5 sets.

Singles: Kelsey George (KC) def. Mora McLaughlin, 6-3, 6-2;  Monica Bober (KC) def. Michaela Lockwood, 6-0, 6-1; Rebecca Kish (KC) def. Allie Domer, 6-1, 6-0. Doubles: Jensen Kirila-Stephanie Moore (KC) def. Ashely Roth-Kate Dolecki, 6-0, 6-0; Meghan Boyd-Lanie O’Brien (KC) def. Rachelle Gove-Alyssa Woodling, 6-2, 6-0.

ä Hickory 5, Greenville 0 — At Hermitage, the host Lady Hornets (9-1) harvested a handful of straight-sets wins, including Marissa Works, Allie Newmeyer and Sharon Mettee in singles and the tandems of Lauren Kizak-Nikki Morgenstern and Lauren McGonigle-Rachel Mettee. The Lady Trojans tumbled to 2-7.

Singles: Works (H) def. Jessica Burnett, 6-0, 6-0; Newmeyer (H) def. Amanda Davis 6-2, 6-3; S.Mettee (H) def. Brooke Marini, 6-0, 6-0. Doubles: Kizak-Morgenstern (H) def. Kaela Reinhart-Cameron Leary, 6-1, 6-2; McGonigle-R.Mettee (H) def. Casslyn Holder-Jessica Fenton, 6-4 7-5.

ä Grove City 5, Franklin 0 — At Grove City, the host Lady Eagles (8-2) eased to the win, with Meredith Trent, Alexis Delligatti and Stephanie Krofcheck posting straight-sets singles wins.

Singles: Meredith Trent (GC) def. Lina Starr, 6-3, 6-1; Alexis Delligatti (GC) def. Mimi Terman 6-0, 6-0; Stephanie Krofcheck (GC) def. Lexi Weaver, 6-1, 6-0. Doubles: Hanna Stewart-Bri Rodgers (F) def. Maddie Jaswinski-Katie Kosick, 3-6, 6-4, 7-6(3); Molly Somora-Emily Krofcheck (GC) def. Caitlin Phipps-Beth Pfoph, 6-1, 6-1.

ä Lordstown 3, Brookfield 2 — At Lordstown, Ashley and Autumn Kirila claimed straight-sets wins at 1st and 2nd singles, but a defaulted doubles match cost the Lady Warriors (4-9). Lordstown improved to 13-1.

Singles: Ashley Kirila (B) def. Amber Dillard, 6-2, 6-2; Autumn Kirila (B) def. Hannah Lickwar, 6-4, 6-4;  Marinia Patitucci (L) defl. Ana Zarlinski, 6-1, 6-0. Doubles: Daisy Free-Kaitlyn Ginkinge (L) def. Leah Bayer-Sharlene Shebeck, 6-0, 6-0. Mackenzie Guthrie-Christina Carrell (L) by default.


ä Jamestown 175, Greenvile 178 — At The Greens of Greenville, Muskies’ medalist Keamus Schuhlen shot  40 to lead the visitors.

Jamestown: Schuhlen 40, Jake Reaugh 42, Ronnie Meals 47, Chris Shultz 45. Greenville: Chad Ferguson 43, Nick Deitrich 44, Dan Addison 45, Colton McCright 49.


Grove City High’s boys’ and girls’ teams swept Wilmington recently, 15-50 and 22-37, respectively.

The Eagles ended 8th in the recent 40-team Spartans Invitational at Boardman, led by 3rd-place winner Dan Jaskowak, while the Lady Eagles ended 11th out of 45 squads led by Hannah Sanford’s 33rd-place finish in a 298-competitor field.

Also at the recent Red-White & Blue Invitational in Pittsburgh, Jaskowak’s 3rd-place berth enabled the Eagles to end 3rd among 60 teams, while Sanford and Katie Jaskowak finished 59th and 61st, respectively (423 entrants), as Grove City garnered 19th out of 47 schools.



1. Dan Jaskowak (GC) 16:22; 2. Aaron Benka (GC); 3. Ian Brown (GC); 4. John Somora (GC); 5. Brandon Wise (GC); 6. Jared Thomas (W); 7. Cal Gealy (W); 8. Brett Whittly (W); 9. Jordan Smih (W); 10. Ryan Davis (W).



1. Hanna Sanford (GC) 20:14; 2. Rikki Brumbaugh (W); 3. Katie Jaskowak (GC); 4. Lauren Decker (GC); 5. Allison Baldwin (W); 6. Olivia Lowe (GC); 7. Hannah Winters (W); 8. Madison Hamilton (GC); 9. Abigail Johnston (GC); 10. Kara McClain (GC).


ä Kennedy Catholic 7, Sharpsville 0 — At South Py, the visiting Golden Eagles (1-1 region, 6-1 overall) eased to the win as Jimmie D’Onofrio and Stephens Edge both tallied twice.

Also for KC, matt Wasielewski, Christian Riggle and Ethan Feldmiller garnered Golden Eagles’ goals. D’Onofrio was credited with 2 assists and Wasielewski and Gerald Zachar 1 apiece. Goalkeeper Gavin Cianci pitched the shutout.

ä Hickory 0, Sharon 0 (double OT) — At Hornet Stadium, neither club could score after 100 minutes of action. Hickory (2-3-2) outshot Sharon 14-12, as goalkeepers Donté Green of Hickory and Sharon’s Vinnie Shaffer both made 6 saves. JV: Hickory, 2-0.

ä Commodore Perry 2, West Middlesex 0 — At West Middlesex, Big Reds’ goalkeeper Ethan Thompson made 33 saves. No other details reported. JV: 0-0.

ä Wilmington 8, West Middlesex 0 — No other details reported.

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