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September 25, 2013

Roundup: 7 local linksters qualify for districts

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District 10 Region 1

Qualifier


At par-72 Tam O'Shanter Golf Course, Hermitage, the top 7 finishers from the 18-competitor field advanced to the District 10 tournament.

Kennedy Catholic’s Jacob Wilson was medalist after shooting a 79.

Following Wilson were: Zach Taylor (Reynolds), Chris Palutro (Lakeview), Nate Guiler (Mercer), Nick Deitrich (Greenville) and Jake Reaugh (Jamestown), all of whom carded 83s, and Terry Haaz (Kennedy Catholic), 85.

A tie-breaker was implemented, using each golfer’s score on No. 1.

Rounding out the field were: Jacob Reimold (Reynolds), 86; Mark Peters (Mercer) and Paul Spondike (Kennedy Catholic), 87; Keith Kepner (Lakeview), 89; Colton McCright and Bryar Wentling (Greenville), 90; Ronnie Meals (Jamestown) and Brock Watson (Mercer), 95; Jesse Kirila (Kennedy Catholic), 96; Chris Shultz (Jamestown), 97, and Austin Milliren (Lakeview), 99.

ä Slippery Rock 172, Grove City 177, West Middlesex 197 — At Oakview Golf Course, Zac McCue carded a medalist round of 38 to lead Slippery Rock.

Slippery Rock: McCue 38, Collin Hyatt 44, Sam Isacco, Ken Rall 45s; Grove City (10-6): Matt Gordin 42, Jake Cline 43, Kyle Shingledecker 45; Jordan Anderson, Justin Fulkerson 47s; West Middlesex: Ryan Dogan, Jace Burger 48s, Chaz Burger 50, Aiden Bellucci 51.

GIRLS GOLF

Lady Picker Invitational


Hickory placed 5th on Tuesday at the annual Lady Picker Invite at Green Meadows Golf Club in North East.

Villa Maria won the event with a 354, followed by McDowell (374), Mercyhurst Prep (385), Meadville (389), Hickory (398), Ft. LeBoeuf (415), Reynolds (440) and North East (440).

Megan Moylan of North East finished 1st individually by carding a 72, 11 strokes better than 2nd place. Mercyhurst Prep’s Georgia Capotis and Abby Fessler of Villa Maria shot 83s.

Alena Lancia led the way for Hickory by shooting a 94 on the par-72 course. Izzy Schell carded a 97 for Reynolds.

Hickory: Lancia 94, Abby Hearns 96, Kristina David 101, Ashley Addicott 107. Coach Craig Antush noted that Chelsea Marriott played independently and shot a 95. Reynolds: Schell 97, Taylor Yahner 105, Brittany Fitzgerald 114, Taylor Delong 124.

BOYS CROSS COUNTRY

ä West Middlesex 20, Oil City 41 —
At West Middlesex, Oil City’s Austin King finished 1st in 17:53, but Middlesex captured 7 of the next 9 spots in the top 10. Levi Canon placed 2nd for the Big Reds in 18:09.

ä Wilmington 17, Reynolds 43 — At Temple Grove, Transfer, the visiting Greyhounds 7 of the top 10 places, led by winner Jared Masters (20:07.8). Justin Pago (21:38.1) finished 4th for Reynolds.

ä Hickory 20, Greenville 41 — At Greenville, the visiting Hornets (4-0) captured 7 of the top 10 spots to earn the win. Dylan Foley clocked in at 17:38 to finish 1st overall for the Trojans. Kyle Boyd finished 2nd for Hickory in 18:01.

ä Grove City 15, Sharon 50 — At Buhl Park, the Eagles swept 8 of the top 10 spots. Aaron Benka finished 1st overall in 16:57 for GC. Matt Dilts was 8th for the Tigers.

GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY

ä West Middlesex 17, Oil City 43 —
At West Middlesex, Kristen White (20:52), Chloe Tyillian and Allyson Pierce swept the top 3 spots as the Ms. Reds rolled. Amanda Espy finished 4th for the Lady Oilers.

ä Hickory 17, Greenville 44 — At Greenville, Lexi Bible continued her impressive season by placing 1st for the Lady Hornets (4-0) in 20:03. She was followed by teammates Jackie Abraham, Haley Boyd and Bailey Brown. Nanami Mano finished 5th (21:57) to pace the Lady Trojans.

ä Sharpsville 22, Lakeview 36 — In the Shenango Valley, Maddie Prizinca staked Sharpsville to success in a winning time of 20:48; leading Lakeview was Andrea McConnell (21:59).

ä Grove City 19, Sharon 38 — At Buhl Park, GC’s Catie Jaskowak clocked in at 20:05 to finish 1st. Xsila Powell placed 2nd for the Lady Tigers.

ä Commodore Perry hosted Kennedy Catholic in a boys/girls’ meet, but KC did not field full squads in either race. Perry’s Nathan White (18:08) and Shae Grinnell (21:45) were the top finishers in the races, a pair of 15-50 forfeits to the Panthers.

ä Mercer hosted Jamestown in a boys’/girls’ meet. Jamestown boys and Mercer girls won by 15-50 forfeits. Mercer’s Jaime Burdette (23:01) and Jamestown’s Christian McElhaney (18:49) were the top finishers.

ä Reynolds hosted Wilmington girls at Temple Grove, Transfer, but the Lady Raiders forfeited, 15-50. Kate Robb recorded a 22:50.5 clocking for Wilmington.

ä Sharpsville boys hosted Lakeview, but forfeited 15-50. Sharpsville’s Brad Calleja clocked in at 17:58 to win the exhibition.

GIRLS TENNIS

ä Kennedy Catholic 5, Sharon 0 —
At Buhl Park, KC swept the Lady Tigers. Kennedy seniors Avi Danta, Jillian Dunn and Jensen Kirila were recognized before the match.

Singles: Kirila (KC) def. Jackie Bradshaw, 6-2, 6-0; Bekah Kish (KC) def. Hannah George, 6-0, 6-1; Abby Lenhart (KC) def. Bella Scarmack, 6-0, 6-2. Doubles: Danta-Dunn (KC) def. Natalie Liscio-Lauren Wood, 6-2, 6-0; Kendra Kneisl-Jessie Micco (KC) def. Erin Hosick-Andrea Steiner, 6-0, 6-1.

ä Hickory 5, Oil City 0 — At Oil City, Hickory (11-1, 11-3) blanked the Oilers (4-8, 4-8) in the Region 1 match.

Singles: Marissa Works (H) def. Julia Serbati, 6-0, 6-2; Anna Derloni (H) def. Jen Stevenson, 6-2, 6-3; Rachel Mettee (H) def. Alyssa Whitling, 6-0, 6-0. Doubles: Nikki Marone-Lauren McGonigle (H) def. Jenny Williams-Taylor Levison, 6-1, 6-0; Bailey McLaughlin-Annalise Bianco (H) def. Ashlee Roth-Katie Dolecki, 6-1, 6-3.

ä Liberty 4, Brookfield 1 — At Liberty Twp., the visiting Lady Warriors (12-3) dropped their 2nd match in as many days, while Liberty improved to 4-14.

The 1st doubles duo of Ashley and Autumn Kirila were the lone winners for the Lady Warriors.

Singles: Merly Schor (L) def. Alexandra Plyler, 6-1, 6-0; Holly Burgdorf (L) def. Ana Zarlinski, 6-0, 6-0; Taylor McCulley (L) def. Leah Bayer, 6-0, 6-0; Doubles: Kirila-Kirila (B) def. Logan Hunkus-Ashley Newsome, 6-0, 6-0; Alana Landers-Amanda Cannistra (L) def. Megan Murphy-Kristie Zachar, 6-3, 7-6(4).

BOYS SOCCER

ä Slippery Rock 6, Sharon 1 —
At Slippery Rock, the host Rockets rolled as Sean Freidhof and Luc LaChance tallied twice each, and Josh Stutz and Zach Dublin contributed goals. Josh Jones assisted twice and Nate Popejoy, Stutz and Ben Magliocca once each.

Aaron Martwinski mustered Sharon’s lone score.

Slippery Rock’s Jason Bluedorn and Sharon’s Andrew Rauch made 3 and 9 saves, respectively.

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL

ä Hickory 3, Sharon 0 —
At “The Hive” in Hermitage, the host Lady Hornets (5-1) swept Sharon, 25-20, 25-12, 25-15.

Hickory: Katie Gustas 5 kills, 7 digs; Hope Wilterdink 14 digs; Dani Collier 6 kills, 20 digs; Maddie Collier 10 assists. Sharon: Jessica Talbert-Kirsch 5 assists; Iman Morgan 5 kills; Kristina Jacoway 5 aces, 6 digs; Delisa Smith 5 digs.

JV: Hickory, 2-0.

ä West Middlesex 3, Sharpville 0 — At West Middlesex, the host Ms. Reds (7-0) rolled, 25-20, 25-18, 25-19. WM coach Nikki Nych reported that it was Sharpsville’s 1st region loss since 2008.

West Middlesex: Tori Roberts 9 points, 9 digs; Aly Andrusky 12 points, 6 kills, 12 digs; Megan Hazlett 6 points, 20 assists; Marissa Pursel 12 points, 8 kills; Ariel Pratt 5 kills, 7 digs; Tori Roth 7 digs. Sharpsville (4-2): Rachel D’Auria 5 kills, 5 blocks, 6 points; Madison Przicina 5 kills, 19 assists; Emily Anderson 6 kills; Olivia Shuttleworth 8 points; Rachel Harenchar 5 points.

JV: WM, 25-16, 25-12.

ä Farrell 3, Jamestown 0 — At Farrell’s E.J. McCluskey Gymnasium, Makiyah Garner had 11 points in leading the Lady Steelers (3-2) to a 25-20, 25-15, 25-16 sweep.

Farrell: Key-Asia Oatis 7 kills; Jackie Chambers 5 points; Jakayla Samuels 6 points, 5 digs; Jazmine Pegues 9 points, 9 assists; Selena Thomas 9 digs. Jamestown: No stats reported.

JV: Farrell, 25-18, 25-20.

ä Grove City 3, Greenville 0 — At Grove City, the host Lady Eagles eased to a 25-20, 25-12, 25-20 sweep.

Grove City: Stephanie Risch 6 serving points, 14 passes; Arianna Sprando 6 points, 24 assists; Taylor Shingledecker 11 points (7 aces); McKenzie Fagan 13 kills; Jordyn Wyllie 9 points; Jenn Ferguson 9 points, 7 kills; Corianne Hyduchak 9 kills. Greenville: No stats reported.

JV: GC, 25-14, 25-17.

ä Reynolds 3, Commodore Perry 0 — At Transfer, Jenna Gardill registered 13 points (7 aces) and 9 kills in leading the Lady Raiders (3-3) past CP, 25-4, 25-11, 25-18.

Reynolds: Brooke Bresnan 5 points; Kayla Thompson 15 points; Dani Babcock 7 points, 12 digs; Kasey Rhoads 12 assists; Rachel Harnett 8 assists. CP: No stats reported.

JV: CP, 25-22, 25-20.

ä Lakeview 3, Kennedy Catholic 0 — At Stoneboro, KC fell to 0-7 with the 25-12, 25-11, 25-21 sweep.

Lakeview: No stats reported. KC: Latetia Coleman 7 assists; Taylor Hood 5 digs; J’Shawna Thompkins 18 kills; Emilee Taylor 6 digs; Tatum Kress 5 digs; Tori Bremick 7 digs; Donique Marcella 5 points; Hannah Burns 5 assists.

JV: Lakeview, 25-14, 25-16.

ä Wilmington 3, Mercer 1 — At Mercer, the Hounds notched a 26-24, 23-25, 25-11, 25-10 victory over the Lady M’s (4-5).

Wilmington: No stats reported. Mercer: Maddie Hessman 12 points, 5 digs; Lindsey Miller 8 points, 7 blocks, 8 kills; Angie Moose 5 assists, 5 kills; Nikki Redmond 14 points, 6 kills, 10 digs; Katie Love 5 digs; Taylor Moon 15 points, 5 kills; Melissa Shoemaker 14 points, 15 assists, 11 digs; Kaitlin Nemeth 7 points, 9 digs; Lindsey Nemeth 5 blocks, 5 kills.

JV: Wilmington, 25-23, 26-24.

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