Sports Briefly 10/11/13

Freshmen football

Warren’s freshmen football team is 5-0 after a 48-32 win on Thursday at Strong Vincent.

Solomon Gross had four more touchdowns for 23 on the season, offensively, in five games. He had runs of 50, 17, 60 and 54 on Thursday, and added a two-point conversion run.

Colbin Constable had three touchdowns himself, with touchdown runs of six and 45 yards and a fumble return for a TD of 37 yards. He also had a two-point conversion catch from Seth Baldensperger, who had two 2-point conversions.

Defensively, Noah Becker had an interception, and both the offensive and defensive lines played well.

Warren hosts DuBois on Thursday.

Jr. high grid

Beaty’s eighth-graders are 2-3 after a 34-0 win over Franklin on Wednesday at War Memorial Field.

Kohl Nosel had a rushing touchdown and interception return for a TD for Beaty, Andrew Davidson had a 70-yard touchdown run, and Matt Leonard two rushing touchdowns in the win.

Offensive standouts included the line of Troy Hawkins, Chris Swanson, Max Sobina, Andrew Egger, and Evan Tremblay

Defensively, Ryder Bennett, Davidson, Ryan Munksgard, Egger, Chris White, and Tremblay stood out, and Alex Moore ended the game with an interception to preserve the shutout.

Varsity slate

Here is the county high school’s varsity slate of action for Friday, Oct. 11, through Saturday, Oct. 12:


Football: Conneaut at Eisenhower, 7 p.m.

Corry at Warren, 7 p.m.

Seneca at Youngsville, 7 p.m.


Football: Sheffield at Port Allegany, 1:30 p.m.

Boys Soccer: Warren at General McLane, 2 p.m.

Girls Soccer: Warren at Harbor Creek, 6 p.m., at Penn State Behrend

Titusville at Eisenhower, 11 a.m.

Volleyball: Eisenhower, Sheffield, Youngsville at Kane Invitational, 9 a.m.

Jr. high hoops

Beaty-Warren Middle School swept a pair of junior high girls basketball games at Eisenhower on Thursday, 38-10 in the eighth grade game and 40-15 in the seventh grade game. Margo Loutzenhiser led the way for Beaty with 18 points in the first game, Rachel Wilson had six, Taylor Lucks four, Lyndsey Goldthwaite three, Lily Morse, Logan Hammond, and Chelsea Wees had two each, and Abby Bouchard added one. For Eisenhower, Miranda Garris, Sami Shelton, Savannah McKown, Payton Mineweaser, and Cameran Edwards all finished with two points.

In the second game, Laura Lucks paced the Beaty attack with 11 points, Ceci Citro added eight, Gracie Wood had seven, Sierra Matson six, Lily Nebinski four, Francesca Beuger two, and Kadee Merenick two. Cameran Edwards had six points for the Lady Knights, Weber four, Anna McJunkin two, Lexi Head two, and Brielle Whitney one.

Eisenhower will play at Bradford on Monday, while Beaty has a week off before travelling to Franklin next Thursday.