The Herald, Sharon, Pa.


September 10, 2013

Roundup: Hickory girls golf team 5-for-5 in mega-matches


Region 1 Mega-Match

Coach Craig Antush’s Hickory High girls team made it a perfect 5-for-5 this season by winning at Lucky Hills Golf Course, Franklin.

Hickory shot a 193, followed by Reynolds (208) and West Middlesex (228). Rocky Grove only had 3 competitors. Hickory leads the Region 1 points with 20. Reynolds has 15 and WM 10.

Grove City’s Fontaine McFeaters, competing independently, earned medalist honors by firing a 38. Abby Hearns (44) led Hickory, Jamie Vamosi (49) paced Reynolds and Paige Fair (54) led WM.

Hickory: Hearns 44, Alena Lancia 47, Kristina David, Chelsea Marriott 51s. Reynolds: Vamosi 49, Izzy Schell 52, Taylor DeLung 53, Taylor Yahner 54. West Middlesex: Fair 54, Rachel Harper 55, Becca Fithian 58, Lexi Collins 61. Grove City: McFeaters 38, Meg Birmingham 54.

˝ The Lady Hornets host the next Mega-Match at Hickory VFW Golf Course on Thursday at 3:15 p.m.


ä Neshannock 200, Grove City 226 —
At Castle Hills Golf Club, New Castle, Chris Egbert carded a 35 in leading the Lancers past the Eagles (5-5) in a match played with WPIAL rules (count 5 of 6 golfers).

Kyle Shingledecker fired a 40 to lead Grove City while Matt Gordon fired a 41.

Neshannock: Egbert 35, Rozzi 37, Kirkwood 39, Moses 44, Olivia 45. Grove City: Shingledecker 40, Gordon 41, Jordan Anderson 44, Derek Saylor 48, Justin Fulkerson 53.

˝ Grove City will compete in the Region 3 Mega-Match at Wanango Country Club, Reno, near Oil City, today at 10 a.m.

ä Lakeview 176, Rocky Grove 201 — At Pine Grove Golf Course in Grove City, Chris Palutro carded a 40 in leading the Sailors (3-4) past the Orioles on the par-36 front nine.

Lakeview: Palutro 40, Austin Milliren 42, Keith Kepner 46, Sean Carlson 48. Rocky Grove: Nate White 47, Aaron Weltner 49, Evan Shoup 52, Dan Kleck 53.

Brookfield Invitational

Brookfield (386) finished 11th out of 13 teams at their invite on Monday at Yankee Run Golf Course.

Warren JFK captured the team title with 332 strokes. Other scores: East Palestine (343), Cortland-Lakeview (344), Harding (353), Maplewood (359), Ursuline (363), Beaver Local (364), Py Valley (378), Mathews (379), Conneaut (380), Heartland Christian (393) and Lordstown (393).

JFK’s Ryan Fowler and Billy Phillips finished 1-2 individually by shooting a 76 and 77, respectively. The Warriors’ Lonnie Schell tied for 6th place with an 83.


ä Slippery Rock 6, Sharpsville 0 —
At McCullough Run in South Py Twp., Molly Joyce and Jenny Dudek had 2 goals each for the Lady Rockets (2-3) in the non-region win over Sharpsville (1-2).

Mackenzie Elliott and Abigail Magliocca notched the other goals for SR. Laurne Leoneerg posted the shutout in goal.

Juliana Sickafus and Rachael Toy split time in goal for the Blue Darlings. Sickafus had 10 saves while Toy recorded 8.

ä Sharpsville 3, Cambridge Springs 2 — In a recent match, scoring for Sharpsville (1-1) were Alisson Fraizer, assisted by Flora Misso; Ashley Vansickle, assisted by Rose Stoyer; and Ashley Hall. In goal, Sickafus had 14 saves.


ä Mercer 3, Commodore Perry 0 —
At Mercer, Melissa Shoemaker notched 24 points (10 aces) and 10 assists as the Lady M’s (2-1) swept CP, 25-7, 25-18, 25-13.

Mercer: Lindsey Miller 12 points; Angie Moose 12 points, 5 kills; Nikki Redmond 8 points, 5 kills; Taylor Moon 5 points; Kaitlyn Nemeth 10 points, 5 digs. CP: No stats reported.

JV: Mercer, 25-9, 25-13.

ä Brookfield 3, Youngstown East 0 — At Brookfield, Delaney Saxton registered 19 points, 12 kills and 8 digs in leading the Lady Warriors (3-5) to the sweep, 25-12, 25-5, 25-7.

Brookfield: Caitlyn Hacket 7 kills; Brooke Hiner 16 points; Katie Bender 23 assists; Madion Bonekovic 9 digs.

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