Sports Briefly 09/12/13
Here is the varsity slate of action for all county fall sports teams and athletes for Thursday, Sept. 12, through Saturday, Sept. 14:
Girls Tennis: Warren at McDowell, 4 p.m.
Volleyball: Warren at Conneaut, 6 p.m.
Sheffield at Kane, 6 p.m.
Eisenhower at Rocky Grove, 6 p.m.
Youngsville at Union City, 6 p.m.
Venango Catholic at Tidioute, 4:30 p.m.
Football: Bradford at Warren, 7 p.m.
Iroquois at Eisenhower, 7 p.m.
Youngsville at Cambridge Springs, 7 p.m.
Football: Brockway at Sheffield, 1:30 p.m.
Boys Soccer: Warren at Cathedral Prep, 1 p.m.
Eisenhower at Oil City, 11 a.m.
Cross Country: Eisenhower at Long Point (NY), 9 a.m.
Volleyball: Sheffield at Brockway Tournament, 9 a.m.
WCCS at Corry Tournament
Junior high cross
Beaty’s Ansley Cernjul and Beau Paris won the junior high cross country tri-meet girls and boys races, respectively, with Youngsville and Seneca on Tuesday at the Warren County Fairgrounds. Here are the local finishers:
Girls: 1. Ansley Cernjul (B) 11:49, 2. Mackenzie Bickling (B) 12:27, 3. Naomi Swartzbaugh (Y) 12:37, 4. Iris Roberts (B) 13:37, 5. Gabrielle Hahn (B) 14:04, 6. Shelby Smith (B) 14:06, 7. Isabella Grescher (B) 14:38, 8. Sabrina Johnson (B) 14:48, 9. Abby Arnold (B) 14:57, 10. Sara Watford (B) 15:13, 11. Jessica Drake (B) 15:53, 12. Rachel Lynds (B) 16:59, 13. Maddie Alekson (Y).
Boys: 1. Beau Paris (B) 10:39, 2. Tanner Kays (B) 10:54, 3. Jimmy Kramer (B) 10:58, 4. Cade McChesney (B) 11:08, 7. Jacob Tichenor (B) 11:36, 8. Michael Henry (Y) 12:03, 9. Elliot Gross (B) 12:15, 10. Owen Balas (B) 12:23, 11. Elijah Rutenbur (B) 12:59, 12. Mic Fehlman (Y) 13:28, 13. Bryce McCracken (B) 14:07, 14. Sebastian Mather (B) 15:51, 15. Sam Hoover (Y) 20:08.
Here are the Eisenhower times from the junior high race on Tuesday with North East at Fort LeBoeuf:
Boys: Ben Donnell 11:56
Girls: Sydney Welker 14:14, Naomi Haight 14:31, Shannon Kellogg 15:27
Special Olympics Fall Multi-Sports Training, for the sports of bocce, long distance run/walk (LDR/W), soccer, powerlifting and volleyball, will be held at 9 a.m. Sunday, Sept. 22, at the Warren County YMCA. If interested in being certified in any of these sports, or for information, including costs, e-mail Holly Zaffino at firstname.lastname@example.org. Warren Special Olympics sports include bocce, volleyball and LDR/W.
Hallie Dubia had the low gross of 38, and Janeal Hedman the low net of 32, in the Conewango Valley Country Club Ladies Tuesday League.
Flight 1 (0-25 handicap): 9-hole low gross-Hallie Dubia 38; 9-hole low net-Judy Dale 36; 18-hole low gross-Dubia 74; 18-hole low net-Gerry Africa 74, Lana Creal 74
Flight 2 (24-40): 9-hole low gross-Tammy Jensen 49; 9-hole low net-Janeal Hedman 32; 18-hole low gross-Debbie Vicini 104; 18-hole low net-Sally Steele 78
Flight 3 (41 and over): 9-hole low gross-Deb Leofsky 62; 9-hole low net-Nancy Shattuck 41
Here are results from Sept. 5 Jackson Valley Women’s League:
Flight A: Gross-Lynn Radack 40, Marge Cerra 45, Cathi Baldensperger 47, Minnette Elder 47, Jenny Rondinelli 48, Mary Beth Whiting 48, Louise Swartz 48, Mary Jo Ford 50, Julie Moyer 50; net-Radack 34, Cerra 35, Rondinelli 36, Whiting 36, Baldensperger 37, Elder 37, Ford 39, Moyer 39, Swartz 40
Flight C: Gross-Ellie Shanshala 52, Marcy Anderson 55, Debbie Bialas 55, Sue Shields 55, Brenda Toter 59, Joan Gerarde 62, Jeanne Johnson 63, Diana Haslett 66, Kellie McClement 73; net-Shanshala 32, Anderson 35, Shields 35, Toter 39, Gerarde 42, Johnson 43, Haslett 46, McClement 53
Eisenhower High School graduate Kelsey Repke had 12 digs in a loss to Elmira and 17 in a win ober Brockport on Saturday as Pitt-Bradford’s women’s volleyball team split a pair in Elmira, N.Y.
Jr. high hoops
Youngsville defeated Sheffield in a pair of junior high girls basketball games Wednesday afternoon at Youngsville Elementary Middle School. In game one, the Lady Eagles prevailed by a score of 36-7. Autumn Hultberg led the way with 14 pints, Caitlin Craig had eight, Paige Mineweaser three, Erin Dunn three, and Morgan Lawson, Alanna Hultberg, Ireland Smith, and Megan Foley each added two. Lexi Lyon scored three points while Isiss Pratz and Eliza Davidson chipped in two apiece for Sheffield.
In the second game, Sheffield cut an early Youngsville lead to two points, but the Lady Eagles finished on a 8-2 run to win by a score of 23-17. Alanna Hultberg scored 13 of Youngsville’s points, Dunn scored four, Smith three, Foley two, and Christina Fischer one. Maya Grubbs had eight points for the Lady Wolverines, while Taya Bailey scored four, Kennidee Confer two, Lyon two, and Davidson one.