Indiana Gazette from Indiana, Pennsylvania on September 15, 1990 · Page 27
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Indiana Gazette from Indiana, Pennsylvania · Page 27

Indiana, Pennsylvania
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Saturday, September 15, 1990
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(gazette LOCAL SPORTS Wednesday, September 17, 2003 — Page 25 Mounties outlast HC; Comets top Dragons From Staff Reports HOMER CITY — JJgonier Val-' ley has put in a lot of time on the court in the past two days. After stretching the defending District 6 champion, Perms Manor, to five games on Monday, the Mounties had another five- game affair on their hands Tuesday. This time, Ligonier Valley prevailed, slipping past Homer-Center 25-20,23-25, 22-25,25-23,158. Hannah Willgohs led the Mounties with seven kills and four blocks. Stephanie Pompelia added five kills, four blocks and three aces. Jess Filler chipped in five kills and an ace. Stefanie Zoldak paced the Wildcats with 14 service points and eight blocks. Samantha Fabin came through with nine blocks and seven kills. Ligonier Valley swept the junior varsity match, 25-17,25-21. Both teams are back in action on Thursday. Ligonier Valley welcomes Marion Center, and Homer-Center (4-2) plays host to Purchase Line. Penns Manor 3, Purchase Line 0 PURCHASE LINE — Penns Manor defeated Purchase Line 25-3, 25-21, 25-21 in a Heritage Conference matchup. Jen Witherow led the Comets with 11 kills, while Christina Sgriccia had 10 kills and Emily McCombie posted 22 assists. Purchase Line's Megan Struble had eight kills, Jill Lightner recorded eight digs and Megan Scholastic girls volleyball Davidson posted 10 assists. Penns Manor defeated Purchase Line 25-21, 25-16 in the junior varsity contest. Both teams are back in action on Thursday as Purchase Line (24) travels to Homer-Center and Penns Manor plays host to United. Northern Cambria 3, Saltsburg 0 SALTSBURG — Northern Cambria swept Saltsburg 25-8, 25-10, 25-22 in a Heritage Conference matchup. Tricia Keltz had six service points for the Trojans. Northern Cambria defeated Saltsburg 25-23,25-15 in the junior varsity contest. Laurel Valley 3, Marion Center 0 MARION CENTER — Laurel Valley swept Marion Center 2521,25-14,25-14 in Heritage Conference action. Marion Center's Lindsay Baun had 10 kills and Katie Miller posted nine defensive digs. Laurel Valley defeated the Stingers 25-20, 25-16 in the junior varsity matchup. Both teams are back in action on Thursday as Marion Center (1-5) travels to Ligonier Valley and Laurel Valley plays host to Saltsburg. West Shamokin 3, Freeport 0 NuMlNE —West Shamokin re- mained undefeated in WPIAL Section 2-A action with a 25-10, 25-9,25-22 sweep of Freeport Shan Hudson and Brianna Detwiler led the Wolves' attack with eight kills apiece. Natalie Marken posted seven kills, Becky Grafton added four kills, and Lindsey Walker finished with a pair of kills. Ashley Dimrnitt and Jessica Cox served up two aces each. Freeport swept the junior varsity match. West Shamokin improved to 50 and visits Kittanning on Thursday in a non-section match. Ford City 3, Apollo-Ridge 0 FORD CITY — Apollo-Ridge fell to Ford City 25-16, 25-22, 259 in a WPIAL Section 7-AA matchup. The Vikings' Shannon Guthrie scored five service points, had seven kills and posted 22 assists, while Madison Mondale had 10 kills. Katie McLay scored six service points and had seven kills and Tina Girdano recorded two kills and three blocks. Ford City won the junior varsity contest, 25-13,23-25,15-8. Apollo-Ridge (1-5, 1-4) plays host to Valley on Thursday. Faith Christian 3, Calvary Baptist 0 CLYMER — Calvary Baptist fell to defending Fundamental Christian Athletic Association champion Faith Christian 25-11, 25-17, 25-11 in a scholastic volleyball match Tuesday. The Patriots fell to 4-1. They will play host to Bethel Christian on Friday. TOP PLAYERS — Doug, Pickerel, left, of Kovacik Insurance and Jeff Putt of Culpepper's were named most valuable players in the Indiana County Slo-Pitch League playoffs. Kovacik played in Division 1, and Culpepper's played in Division II. (Gazette photo by Teri Enciso) Rice leads Indiana, 2-1 From Staff Reports LATROBE — Alec Rice scored two goals in the second half as Indiana beat Latrobe 2-1 in a Section 1-AAA boys' soccer match on Tuesday. Goalkeeper Adam Loughry stopped nine shots on goal. Indiana shut out Latrobe 3-0 in the junior varsity game. Craig Riley, Josh Tobin and Bin Weng scored for the Indians. Indiana (5-1, 4-1) travels to Kiski Area on Thursday. • The Indiana boys' soccer game scheduled for Friday against Mount Pleasant has been postponed. The game has been rescheduled for Thursday, Oct. 16, at home with a 5:45 p.m. junior varsity game and the varsity game to follow at 7 p.m. Soccer Springdale 2, Elderton 1 SPRINGDALE — Springdale defeated Elderton in a WPIAL Section 2-A game. Dylan Flick for the Bobcats, assisted by Gabe Heckmen. Elderton (1-6 overall, 1-4 section) play host to Greensburg Central Catholic on Thursday. Greensburg Central 10, West Shamokin 1 NuMINE — Greensburg Central routed West Shamokin in a WPIAL Section 2-A game. The Wolves' only goal was scored by Chris Livengood. West Shamokin (1-5 overall, 14 section) visits St. Joseph on Thursday. Indians drop PSAC volleyball opener From Staff Reports Indiana University of Pennsylvania dropped a 3-2 women's volleyball decision to Clarion in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference West opener for both squads. IUP is now 7-3 overall while Clarion improved to 10-3. The Golden Eagles won by scores of 30-24, 27-30,30-17,19-30,15-6. Marcy Stutzman a/jd Brittany^y, Gates led IUP wtfli 15"lolls each, with Sriitzman adding five digs and Gates contributing five blocks. Heather Bauer registered nine kills for the Indians. Lacey George handed out 59 assists while Sarah Rosenberry starred defensively with a total of 20 digs. IUP plays a non-conference match at Seton Hill tonight before returning to PSAC West play with a home contest against California Saturday at 7 p.m. IUP roundup Soccer LOCK HAVEN — Erin Falce, Crystal Heder and Corey Weir each scored goals to lead IUP to a 3-1 victory over host Lock Haven in its Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference opener. The Indians remained undefeated ajt 4-0.overall wMtf.LxJck Haven is now 2-5 and 0-2 in PSAC play. IUP oiitshot Lock Haven by an 18-10 margin. Brandie Kessler made seven saves for Lady Eagles while Indian netminder Sarah Daw stopped four shots. IUP jumped out to a 2-0 lead by halftime. Falce found the back of the net just 6:12 into the contest, and Heder made it a two-goal differential when she knocked in a rebound with 3:05 to go before the break. The Indians wasted little time in adding to their lead when the teams returned 'from intermission, with Weir scoring with 3:18 gone in the final 45 minutes. Lock Haven avoided the shutout with 15:53 remaining on a goal by Caitlin Sultzbach. IUP plays another PSAC contest on Saturday when East Stroudsburg visits Indiana for a 4 p.m. matchup. I Hotkey Bloomsburg handed IUP its second consecutive loss, 4-1, in a PSAC match. The Indians dropped to 2-6 on the year and 14 in the conference. The Huskies improved to 6-0 overall and 5-0 in the PSAC. Bloomsburg scored twice in the first half, first on a goal by Shanna Fritz with 26:57 left on the clock. The second goal in the half was put in by Elyce Morring on a pass from Nikki Hartranft with 5:43 left in the half. The second half saw much of the same with Bloom scoring two more goals. Brinley Geiger scored with 27:03 left in the game on a pass from Fritz and then Fritz added her second goal of the game with 20:04 left. IUP had one goal by Becky Frank with an assist coming from Amanda O'Brian with 4:09 left in the game. l= Jarnie c Earell = played,the_exitire i game and faced 13 shots with five saves. Jamie Hartman was the Bloomsburg goalkeeper for the first 57 minutes of the game and she faced five shots with four saves. The last 12 minutes of the second half, Amy Jones watched the net for the Huskies and allowed one goal on the one shot she faced. IUP will take to the road Thursday for a 4 p.m. PSAC macth at Millersville. • IUP senior forward Amy Pin- cock has been named the PSAC player of the week for field hockey after leading the Indians to a pair of victories last week. Pincock (Harrisburg/Central Dauphin) scored three goals and added an assist to lead IUP to wins over Kutztown and Catawba. She played a key role in helping the Indians snap out of a four-game losing streak to start the season. P. goals in a 2-1 victory over Kutztown on Saturday, including the winning tally just over two minutes into the first overtime period. She then added a goal and assist as the Indians registered a 4-0 shutout over Catawba the following day. For the season, Pincock has scored four goals and contributed one assist for nine points, a total that includes Tuesday's 4-1 loss to Bloomsburg at Miller Stadium. Mike Jem/son (10) rushed for 193 yards against West Virginia Tech on Saturday and earned PSAC West player of the week honors. (Gazette photo by Michael Henninger) IUP coming together out chute Around the area From Staff Reports Bungo advances hi section singles MURRYSVTLLE — Indiana sent two athletes to the WPIAL Section 1-AAA Singles Tennis Tournament held at Franklin Regional High School on Tuesday. Indiana's Christy Bungo defeated Greensburg Salem's Deanna Austeri 10-1 in the first round and then went on to dominate HempBeld's AngelaTocco 10-0 in the second round. Bungo fell to Mary Wilson of Latrobe in the third round of play, taking the first set 7-6 (4) and losing the next two 6-3,6-2. Indiana's Leslie Wallace was defeated by Conftellsville's Kristina Grove 10-5 in the first round of play. Bungo travels back to Franklin Regional this afternoon to take on Kiski's Shelley Woolheater in the consolation round. Warriors go low; sink Indians HARRISON CITY — Penn Trafford cruised to a 189-200 victory over Indiana in a WPIAL Section 1-AAA golf match on Tuesday. Mike Mentch shot a 36 to share medalist honors with Penn- Trafford's top scorer, Dan Obremski. Sam Wiley added a37 for Indiana. Bill Smith fired a 41, Pat Griffin shot a 42, and Andrew Morandi finished with 44 for Indiana (4-6 overall, 3-5 section). Indiana welcomes Latrobe on Thursday. LOCAL SCOREBOARD Bowling MOHAWK LANES WEDNESDAY MORNING WOMEN Barb Bales 182-122-141-445, Delores Donelson 162-430, Candy Bates 152-423, Shirley Fabian 152-420 THURSDAY MORNING EARLYBIRDS Mary Ann Fedinick 174-188-149-511, Norma Allison 177-487, Shirley Friday 193-481, Virginia Smith 168-444, Marge Strong 159444, Nancy Waltemire 152-427 COFFEE8REAKERS Arvilla Koren 166-165-144-475, Connie Redinger 161-471, Mary Ann Fedinick 181-462, Shirley Friday 177-455, Carol Jackson 139-409, Dorothy Brendlinger 143-401 THURSDAY MORNING INDIANS Joan Howard 174-162-159-495, Jennie Morandi 166-468, Avanell Lezanic 157-456, Lois Clark 169-452, Amelia Stewart 152-439, Roesmary McDowell 164-438, Anna Mae Davis 157-428. Ora Stewart 151-417, Martha Dyott 148-416, Mora Muir 149-406, Dot Brendlinger 145-406 MOHAWK BRAVES Scott Stancombe 200-160-193-553, Ben English 188-538, Brian Baughman 206-536, Dana Davis 191-529, Curt Thomas 188-529, • Jim Streams 183-524, Sam Billion! 181-523, Ralph Gilliliand 200-517, Jim Woods 182-511. Daniel Homing 209-506 SHARP PAVING MEN Mike Lucas 172-212-177-561, Rick Allison 200-561, Doug Lockard 185-553, Denny DiVirgilio 190-519, Jack Smicklo 196-518, Tony Super 192-515, Ron Thornton 179-508, Neil Lydick 214-504, Dave Lingenfelter 200-501, Rob Livingston 195-491 INTERNATIONAL REBELS Richard Pease 156-234-175-565, Homer Woody 221-557, Don McCormick 197-544, Andy Vingless 201-539, Ron Albenze 201-534, Gary Strokes 212-519, Marvin Stella 189-515, Gary Jackson 207-510, Dave Calhoun 181-487 THURSDAY PINSPOTTERS Anna Mae Trunzo 154-185-137-476, Marge Horchar 168-404. Ruth Stetfy 142-391, Marian Kensey 140-383, Pat Lewandowski 146-375. Bernadette Jablunovs 168-368, Helen Hill 127255, Gert Belletieri 125-353. Belly Bolinger 140-353, Peggy Fulton 131-349 INDIANA AREA MIXED Men: Ken McAtoos 222-236-178-636, Dave Patz 194-529, Mike Coulter 201-472, Rich Lamberski 179-465, Bear Silk 166-465, Ken Kurdziel 176-448, Ernie Buterbaugh 165-441, Jeff Stuller 169-436. Bill Kirkland 183-424. Bob Rebo 149-415; Women: Deb Kalanavich 156163-155-474, llene Reagan 165-468, Denise Chresos 209-463, Gwen Potcchnrak 172-463, Carol McCoy 170-456, Bunny Buterbaugh 149454, Luana Coulter 165-452, Brenda Kirkland 161-426, Cindy Little 165-426, Bethany McAfoos 175-416 OVER THE HILL GANG Hen: Greg Salzman 159-173-143-477, Jim Wiley 166-449, Bill Sibelboro 153-414, Bob Shannon 159-412, Frank Pedaci 145-380, Lee Stuck 147-371, Clint McFarland 142-365, Eddie Wildeison 125-331,'John Henderson 109-303; Women: Helen McFarland 182-122-149-453, Elaine Pedaci 165-438. Evon McCoy 141-419, Peggy Wiley 143-381, Gail Salzman 130-361, Barb Traugh 138-359, Rena Henderson 123340, Loretta Fetterman 122-329, Doris Shannon 110-301 SATURDAY YABA Boys: Nathan Blystone 173-148-197-518, Tyson.Ellenbefger.1,87-488, Scott Koyach. 155440, Justin Cook 144-423. Jonathan Uptegraph 144-420, Mike Yakelis 151-394, Bret Spencer 146-373, Kyle Muir 139-369, Curtis Stivason 137-369, George Cummings 132-365; Girlt: Jenny Smyers 121-145-104-370, Samantha Muir 138-359, Sarah Wolfe 124-345 FRIDAY NIGHT MIXED Men: Mike Mocek 204-194-150-548, Todd Hadden 211-547, Scott Muir 189-541, Ben Fairinan 194-541, Allen Shirley 197-519, Ron McClure 187-512, Scott Moran 179-503, Butch Lawson 171-488, Dave Calhoun 184-480, Bob Wahl 166-477; Women: Carla Muir 164-159186-509, Sue Moran 202-473, Hazel Hill 177472, Mary Ann Pierce 168-467, Maribeth Warner 187-462, Virginia Smith 167-462, Kay Bara 165-457, Lisa Lucas 156-449, Nadine Campbelll 16B-443, Lou Rhodes 166-408 YUENGLING LADIES Louise Miller 200-180-168-548, Carol Craddock 201-529, Cherie Kotzur 214-527. Diane Brady 187-492, Thelma Henry 174-485. Kathy Allison 159-468, Carla Muir 184-463, Virginia Smith 180-450, Norma Allison 155449, Edna Westover 179-444 COLLEY FINANCIAL TEKPIN Rick Adair 181-194-203-578, Jim Nealer 217-555, Sam Trunzo 241-543, Ron Kovacs 187-540, Wayne Gearhart 203-531, Don McAfoos 192-531. Rich Harvilla 186-530, Randy Pierce 192-528, Ted Skopp 190-525, Mike Marusa 182-524 WEDNESDAY MORNING FRIENDS Vicki Slomski 164-191-130-485, Marge Burkley 167-472, Diane Colley 152-458, Jean Coffin 157-449, Tina Jockel 186-439, Behroze Karanjia 148-425. Caralee Bugay 143-408, Janie Terebus 148-405, Babe Horning 140-396, Laura Young 189-395 INDIANA CONNECT MISFITS Lou Rhoades 146-145-158-449. Brenda Zufall 153-435, Libby Sasala 140-416, Darlene Bence 145-413, Susan Hollingshead 152-381. Jean Tanner 143-380, Deb Coughaour 127-371, Carole Dalesandro 131-342, Lil Good 113-317 Scholastic golf PENN-TRAFFORD 189, INDIANA 200 Indiana — 200 Mentch 36, Wiley 37, Smith 41, Griffin 42, Morandi 44 Penn-Tra fiord —189 Obremski 36, Kenyhercz 37, Meehan 38, Miller 39, Malarazzo 39 Continued from page 23 "I think it was just a matter of getting the team together," Cignetti said. "We knew we had some good players, but we had to take those individuals and make them into a team. I've always thought that if this team stayed healthy, it was going to be a good team." So entering this week's game at New Haven (Conn.), Cignetti said he's hoping his team continues its gradual progression into yet another playoff-caliber team. "We took a step last week," he said. "Now we have to take another one." Injury update The Indians lost another linebacker last week, when backup Walt Mosteller left the game in the second quarter with a knee injury. Cignetti said he did not know the extent of the injury, but Mosteller will miss the New Haven game and will be out for the foreseeable future. Also, linebacker Sondiata McKeithan (hamstring) and center Beau Elliott (ankle) are listed as questionable for Saturday's game. Both were hurt against Nebraska-Omaha and did not play Saturday. Linebacker Rich Goodrich (auto accident) and running back Kareem Dutrieuille (hamstring) are expected to return to practice this week. QB quandary At some point this season, Cignetti hopes to give playing time to his backup quarterback. The only problem is that he is yet to decide who that player is. True freshmen Danny Harris and Tyler Mertiff have competed for the job, but Mertiff missed practice time with a foot injury, making the decision that much harder. Cignetti's plan is to play one of them as soon as possible, and redshirt the other. Harris had apparently won the job in summer camp, but Mertiff's play of late has raised his stock. But Mertiff had his wisdom teeth removed Monday and when he's expected to be ready is unclear. "We wanted to play one of them against West Virginia Tech," Cignetti said. "But we want to make sure we play the right one." Another true freshman, Corey Smith, will redshirt the season and does not factor in the deci- Homer-Center JH wins sion. Notes Wide receiver Mike Boyd, a transfer from Geneva, quit the team.... Rory Thomas is expected to earn his second straight start at split guard on Saturday, replacing Brandon Hunt, who took over for Elliott at center.... Cignetti said the offseason push in recruiting will be for offensive linemen and defensive ends. ... The team is scheduled to leave for New Haven on Friday mom- ing, but the expected arrival of Hurricane Isabel might change those plans. From Staff Reports HOMER CITY — Alyse Scheuermann's 11 points led Homer-Center past Ligonier Valley, 37-30, in a Heritage Conference game. Megan De- Prirnio scored tilnS 10 points for basketball Ligonier Valley. Homer-Center (4-3) plays host to Purchase line and Ligonier Valley welcomes Marion Center on Thursday. Laurel Valley 32, Marion Center 25 MARION CENTER — Carrie Garshnick led the Rams with 13 points. Lauren Glasser led all scorers with 15 points for Marion Center. The Stingers won the seventh- and eighth-grade game, 24-20. Marion Center (1-5) visits Ligonier Valley on Thursday. SCHOLASTIC FOOTBALL PREVIEWS, THURSDAY. REGISTER NOW FOR YOUTH BOWLING! SATURDAYS AT 9:30 AJW. • Certified Coaches EVERYONE BOWLS! NO ONE! "SITS ON THE BENCH" WM A 2 LITER COKE PRODUCT DURMO COSMCBOWUM! COSMIC THUNDER ALLEY! Frt.*S«.«h30pm-1«m Spin THe Wheel To Win AddWkxMl Mzee! Sumtor* Starting At Noon Noon-4:00pm RenH» (surt baton-tOOpnt) For - ZHoun ^^ •Ml^PBlMWl «w Bm. •M^Hw•ii%P' 1924 Oakland Av*., Indana • 463-7443 9)QV rWNM RM HQUOBfl f\DChl R/^UH IU/*> Mon. - Frt. Noon - 6 PM • Sat * Sun. Noon - Clot*

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