• Hickory 3, Meadville 0 – At Hornet Stadium, goalkeeper Molly Piso set the District 10 record for career shutouts as Hickory defeated the Lady Bulldogs.
Piso recorded her 46th career shutout. It broke the previous mark of 45 set by Morgan McBride (2013 graduate).
Based on stats recorded by the Pa. Soccer Coaches Association, 46 is the new District 10 record in both boys and girls soccer.
“I’m very proud of Molly,” said Hickory Coach B.J. Rudge. “She had to make a dozen saves to achieve the record. She’s a great girl and it’s always exciting to see a great accomplishment like that and for the team to be a big part of that.”
Kayla Saylor fired in 2 goals to lead Hickory’s offense against Meadville while Santina Masters had the other goal.
Saylor, Carla Murtha and Emily Grande had 1 assist each.
• Slippery Rock 9, Grove City 1 – At Slippery Rock, Amanda Lewis and Hannah Burtner both had hat tricks to lead the Lady Rockets past Grove City.
Kayla Daugherty, Emily Raine and Anna Kadlubek each had the other goals for Slippery Rock.
Grove City’s lone goal was scored by Emilee Larrick.
• Greenville 3, Conneaut Area 0 – At Linesville, the Lady Trojans (1-1-1) posted the shutout over CASH (0-3).
No stats were reported to The Herald by deadline on Monday night.
• Mercer 3, North East 0 – At North East Saturday, Ryan Dubiel, Julia Balaski and Peyton Miller scored goals as the Lady M’s defeated the Grapepickers.
Darby Miller, Devyn Bailey and Arielle Reiser were credited with assists. Bailey Grossman posted the shutout in goal.
Two area teams are ranked in this week’s high school football rankings by the Harrisburg Patriot-News.
Wilmington is ranked 7th in Class 2A while Grove City is 9th in Class 3A. Also, in 1A, Farrell is listed as a “team to watch.”
• Wilmington 3, Reynolds 1 – At Transfer, the Lady Hounds posted a 25-19, 25-22, 18-25, 25-17 win over the Raiders.
Wilmington: No stats reported. Reynolds: Abby Rea 5 points, 5 kills; Emma Boland 5 assists, 6 digs; Halyn Cawthorne 13 points, 9 assists; Dana Bielobocky 9 blocks; Sadie Brandt 13 hits; Tess Cadman 5 hits; Lauren Bonner 15 hits, 5 kills; Maya Winkle 13 points, 22 digs; Rachel Moroco 5 digs.
JV: Wilmington, 25-21, 9-25, 15-8.
• West Middlesex 3, Jamestown 0 – At “The Fish Tank” in Jamestown, the Ms. Reds posted the sweep. Game scores were 26-24, 25-23, 25-18.
West Middlesex: No stats reported.Jamestown: Delaney Cowger 5 points, 5 assists; Leni Keener 7 points; Maya Floch 6 points, 8 kills, 8 digs; Amanda College 11 digs; Kayla King 6 digs; Liz Kammerdiener 12 digs; Farah Messai 17 digs; Jillian McElhinny 8 digs.
JV: Jamestown, 25-13, 25-22.
• Hickory 5, Sharon 0 – At Hickory Tennis Center, Hermitage, the host Hornets harvested a handful of straight-sets wins.
“Our players all played strong matches in securing straight-set victories. ...(The) highlight of the match for us was the return of junior Emily Spielvogel to the lineup,” summarized co-Head Coach Ed Newmeyer.
Daphne Borowicz, Isabelle Frangakis and Nicolette Leonard swept singles play, as did the doubles duos of Lauren Ordinario-Hannah Beighley and Spielvogel-Leah Martin for Hickory (2-1 region, 7-1 overall), which welcomes Fairview today.
“We expect a very close and highly-competitive match,” Newmeyer said.
Singles: Borowicz (H) def. Faith McSherry, 6-4, 6-1; Frangakis (H) def. Lily George, 6-2, 6-0; Leonard (H) def. Emily Lipke, 6-2, 6-1; Doubles: Ordinario-Beighley (H) def. Emma Barborak-Ella Connelly, 6-0, 6-2; Spielvogel-Martin (H) def. Miranda Metro-Iresha Norris, 6-4, 6-1.
• Franklin 3, Grove City 2 – At Grove City, the Lady Knights posted straight-set wins at 1st and 2nd singles and No. 1 doubles to beat the Lady Eagles in a Region 1 clash.
Singles: Kylie Feltenberger (F) def. Mary Coulter, 6-4, 7-6(7-2); Raven Nespor (F) def. Naomi Conger, 6-2, 6-2; Anna Packard (GC) def. Hope Kellner, 2-6, 6-3, 6-0. Doubles: Ashley Laing-Julia Lusher (F) def. Cyndal Murray-Lillian Conger, 6-4, 6-4; Cana Severson-Hannah Critchlow (GC) def. Morgyn Nalepa-other name not submitted, 6-7(7-5), 6-2, 6-0.
• Hickory 161, Lakeview 186; Hickory 198, Lakeview 212 – At Oak Tree Country Club, Coach David Gibb’s Hornets won a pair of 9-hole matches against the Sailors.
Cameron Colbert tied a Hickory 9-hole school record with a 34. That included a double bogey on the first hole.
Hickory (161): Colbert 34, Josh Cidila 41, Connor Evans 42, Ryan Knott 44.
Lakeview (186): Brett Beith 37, Nate McIntire 46, Anthony Grim 50, Cody Miller 53.
Hickory (198): Tyson Djakovich 46, Carter Gill 48, Zac Lanschak 50, Connor Ivan 54.
Lakeview (212): Ted Shillito 44, Evan Reichard 44, Isaac Lightcap 52, Luke Bobosky 72.