Indiana Gazette from Indiana, Pennsylvania on September 17, 1990 · Page 23
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<3nMana (fetzette SPORTS Thursday, September 18, 2003 — Page 21 Around the area From Staff Reports Bobcats, Comets split meet KENWOOD—The Blairsville boys topped Penns Manor 25-31, and the Penns Manor girls won by forfeit in a Heritage Conference cross country meet Wednesday at Penns Manor. In the boys' meet, Blairsville's Chris Herdman took first place with a time of 17 minutes, 13 seconds. Also in the top five for the Bobcats were David Carter in fourth place with a time of 19:40, and Evan Taylor at 19:42. Penns Manor's Steve Kbches finished second at 18:44, and teammate Cassidy Rhea took third with a time of 18:55. Penns Manor won the girls' meet by forfeit because Blairsville had only two competitors. Jill Jones took first place at 21:55 and Jessica McKlevleen came in seventh with a time of 29:01. Penns Manor took places 2 through 6, with Rachel Slade leading the way with a time of 24:03. Deanna Fletcher took third at 24:14, and Laura Schilling was fourth at 24:31. Holly Shirley finished fifth at 27:57 and Lindsay Ward took sixth at 28:55. Penns Manor travels to Slippery Rock on Saturday, and Blairsville travels to Kiski School on Wednesday. Stinger girls cruise in cross country ARMAGH — Marion Center took eight of the top 10 places in a five-way crosscountrymeeton Wednesday. The Stingers were winners over Homer-Center, United and Elderton. Homer-Center defeated Elderton and United, and United defeated Elderton. Heather Lezanic finished first with a time of 22:45 for Marion Center. Stephanie Baun and Chrissy Mills grabbed second and third. Lindsay Brock and Allison Stern finished in fourth and fifth place, and Amanda Griffith, Brittany Fairman and Alesia Tonkin took eighth through 10th place respectively. Tausha Vamer took fourth place to lead United, and Kim Everhart grabbed seventh for Homer-Center. Carl Isenberg finished first with a time of 17:55 to lead United's boys to victories over Homer-Center and Windber. Marion Center defeated United, Homer-Center and Windber. Homer-Center edged Windber. Marion Center's Dan Croce, Ben Rapach, Sam Nastase, Joel Himes and Jason Miloser took second through sixth place respectively. Ryan Spiardi and Ian Shingler took seventh and eighth for United, and Lee Glessner took 10th. Matt Appleton led Homer-Center with a ninth place finish. Blairsville edges United in golf BLAIRSVILLE — Chad Nease fired a 39 and took medalist honors to lead his Blairsville team as it defeated United 216-219 in a Heritage Conference golf match on Wednesday. Joey Reed shot a 41, Mike Rokicsak fired a 44, Mark Sleeves shot a 45 and Josh Kapcoe had a 47 for Blairsville. Scott Campbell was the low man for United with a 41. Shawn Maloskey and Josh Berezansky shot 42 and 43 respectively for United. Both teams are in action next Monday as Blairsville plays host to Kiski School and United hosts Northern Cambria. Indiana nets win over Connellsville Indiana swept the doubles matches to defeat Connellsville 3-2 in a WPIAL Section 1-AAA tennis match at Indiana on Wednesday. Elyssa Shubra and Elyse Zak of Indiana teamed up to defeat Lauren Hartz and Meagan Parsons 6-4, 6-0, while the duo of Emily Jockel and Nancy Kablack defeated Amanda Stout and Miranda Hughes 6-2,6-3. Indiana's only singles victory came in the No. 1 match as Christy Bungo defeated Kristina Grove 6-2,6-1. Earlier in the day, Bungo competed in the WPIAL Section Singles held at Franklin Regional. She advanced to die WPIAL Championships to be held next Monday and Tuesday by defeating Ashley Woolhether of Kiski 60,6-0. Indiana (6-2) plays host to Latrobe next Wednesday (3:45 p.m.). Harmony, PL split junior high games WESTOVER— Purchase Line defeated Harmony 41-11 in a ninth-grade girls basketball game Wednesday. Purchase Line was led by Rachel Struble's nine points. Kierstyn Kruise and Lauren Ness each chipped in four points for Harmony. The Owls won the seventh- and eighth-grade game, 24-12. Megan Brink scored 12 points to lead Harmony. Hill touchdown lifts Marion Center MARION CENTER—Justin Hill scored late in the third quarter to help lift Marion Center to an 8-0 victory over Blairsville in a ninth-grade football game Wednesday. Todd Smyers ran in the two-point conversion. Marion Center (3-0) visits Saltsburg next Thursday. IUP spikes Seton Hill GREENSBURG —Michelle Jones' 11 kills led Indiana University of Pennsylvania to a 3-1 victory over Seton Hill 3-1 in a collegiate women's volleyball match Wednesday night. The Indians won by scores of 30-14,30-14,27-30,30-14. Marcy Stutzman and Brittany Gates both had 10 kills, with Stutzman adding 10 digs and Gates contributing four blocks. Lacey George had 42 assists, and Carri Cole made seven digs. The Indians (8-3) return to Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference West play Saturday with a 7 p.m. match against California at Memorial Field House. Fulton scores hole-in-one CLARKSBURG — Dick Fulton of Penn Run shot a hole-in-one on a 162-yard par 3 hole at the Country Meadows Golf Course on Monday. Fulto n used a 6-iron. Joe Visnesky of Brush Valley and Bill Hastings of Indiana witnessed the shot. Baseball school scheduled The Boys of Baseball national travel team will hold a baseball school and day of instruction at the Indiana Little League Complex on Saturday, Sept. 20, from 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m., with registration starting at 8 a.m. The day will include instruction in hitting, pitching, defensive drills and base running, with possible selection for the Boys of Baseball national travel team. The cost is set at $45 Contact David Harper at (724) 463-1331 or JoeWalkovich at (724) 357-1724 for more information. SLO-PITCH CHAMPIONS — The Indiana County Slo-Pitch League recently honored its regular- season and playoff champions and runners-up for the 2003 season. Front, Ryan Shirley, son of Dan Shirley, represents Kovacik Insurance, the Division I regular-season and playoff champions. Other representatives include, from left, Nate Nyland, Culpepper's, Division If playoff champion and regular-season runner-up; Jim Dickie, Mohney's Towing, Division II playoff runner-up; Jim Stiles, KGI, Division I regular-season and playoff runner-up; and Jason Sleasman, Superior Wells, Division II regular-season champions. (Gazette photo by Teri Enciso) Neshaminy suspends coach for irregularities By The Associated Press Neshaminy coach Mark Schmidt, who led his team to the 2001 PIAA Class AAAA football championship, has been suspended for three weeks. Neshaminy superintendent P. Howard Wilson suspended Schmidt and former Neshamihy High School principal Mark Collins for unspecified irregularities. "None of these violations are punishable by PIAA regulations and none involved any eligibility or residence problems with athletes," Wilson wrote in a statement. "However, I have deemed the actions serious enough to suspend the head football coach and former high school principal for a three-week period." According to Wilson, Schmidt and Collins were guilty of an unspecified error .in judgment, but cooperated with investigators. Collins is now the principal at Maple Point Middle School. Stadium problems Two high schools that share the same football stadium might not play any home games this year because of significant construction delays. Scholastic notebook Cedar Cliff and Red Land high schools both use West Shore Stadium, located on the Cedar Cliff High School grounds. The stadium is undergoing a half-million- dollar renovation that includes artificial turf. Construction was supposed to be finished by Aug. 1. However, the company contracted to do the work, SRI Sports of Leander, Texas, did not begin construction until July 22, nearly six weeks behind schedule. That delay, combined with poor weather and unforeseen difficulties may delay the completion of work until the fall sports season is over. Streak stopped Pennsylvania's second-longest football winning streak during regular season play has ended. Windber, a Class A school in District 5, had won 49 consecutive regular-season games dating to a 21-8 loss to Shade on Oct. 17, 1997. But the streak ended last week with a 9-7 loss to Meyersdale. Windber's streak was second only to Strath Haven's ongo- ing 66-game streak. Strath Haven needs three more victories to match Smethport's state record of 69, which ran from 1988 to 1996. Strath Haven, wliich has played in the last four PIAA Class AAA championship games, has a strong opponent Friday in Class AAAA Ridley (30). LOCAL SCOREBOARD Scholastic tennis INDIANA 3, CONNELLSVILLE 2 Singln Bungo (I) def. Grove 6-2,6-1 Lucas (C) def. Wallace 6-1,3-6,7-6 (7-5) Warmer (C) def. Shubra 6-2,6-3 Doubles Shubra and Zak (I) def. Hartz and Parsons 64,6-0 Jockel and Kablack (I) def. Stout and Hughes 6-2, 6-3 Scholastic golf BLAIRSVILLE 216, UNITED 219 Blairsville —216 Chad Nease 39, Joey Reed 41, Mike Rokicsak 44, Mark Sleeves 45, Josh Kapcoe 47 United—219 Scott Campbell 41, Chad Maloskey 42, Josh Berezansky 43, Dan Pajak 44, Ben Matthews 49 Volleyball INDIANA RECREATION WOMEN'S ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE Standings through Tuesday H.B. Culpeppers 4-1, Glen Campbell Legion 3-2, Mid-East Gas Gathering 2-3, Uniquely Yours 1-4 This week's scores Glen Campbell Legion def. H.B. Cutpeppers 16-4,5-15 Mid-East Gas Gathering del. Uniquely Yours 15-12,15-1 WOMEN'S INTERMEDIATE LEAGUE Standings through Tuesday Pizza House 3-0, Parker Surveying 2-1, Sheetz 2-1, Fast Times 1-2, Musser Forest 1-2, Phoenix Rehabilitation 0-3 This week's scores Parker Surveying def. Fast Times 15-12, 315,16-14 Sneetz def. Musser Forest 15-2,17-15,4-15 Pizza House def. Phoenix Rehabilitation 15-2, 15-11,15-5 WOMEN'S RECREATIONAL LEAGUE Standings through Tuesday Indiana Auto Supply 5-1, Budash Law Office 5-1, Rose Inn 3-3, B&B Screen Printing 3-3, Heads Up 2-4, Indiana Auto Glass 2-4 Tuesday's Results B&B def. Rose Inn 15-5,15-7 Budash Law def. Heads Up 15-4,15-12 Bowling EAGLES CLUB SATURDAY NIGHT MIXED COUPLES Men: Ronald Hozak 179-166-140-485, Jeremy Buterbaugh 169-482, Jams Crossman 178-478, Robert Lukeas 171-467, William Kowalski 169-436. Women: Brenda Buterbaugh 168-147-169-484. Cathy Chiplis 149-435, Barbara Hozak 173-432, Joan Howard 154-408, M.Avanell Lezanic 151-406 EAGLES INDUSTRIAL M.Anderson 173-214-194-581, M.Fisher 233-571, E.Buterbaugn 208-558, K.Montgomery 213-537, S.Sipos 188-517. R.Pease 188-502, J.Buterbaugh 174-492, J.Lamantia 188-486, A.Rsher 182-485, D.Wolfe 165-474 PATTERSON LADIES TEN PIN Penny Bork 199-183-159-541, Eulamae Stuchell 161-470, Anna Mae Marusa 179-467, Jeannette Silvis 170-465, Avanell Lezanic 179463, Kim ordan 175-446, Helen Morchesky 174-437, Fannie Patterson 157-434, Carol Boyer149-426 Center for Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine Saturday Morning Sports Clinic Throughout the high school Fall Sports Season, the Center for Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine will offer a sports injury evaluation clinic each Saturday morning. Tine Clinic is from 8:00 until 10:00 a.m. You must register by 8:30 a.m. in order to be evaluated. Your insurance may require a referral from your primary care physician. 119 Professional Center • Suite 307, Indiana, PA 15701 724-465-2676 (COSM) 888-990-2676 2OO3 SCHEDULE 20 September 2003 11 October 2003 27 September 2003 18 October 2003 04 October 2003 25 October 2003 NASCAR develops roof escape hatches DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Long-awaited escape hatches NASCAR has developed to give drivers a quicker exit from wrecked cars can be used in races by Winston Cup teams starting Sept. 28. The roof hatch, which will allow drivers another route of escape in case fire or crash damage blocks their traditional window exit, was developed over a 13- month period at NASCAR's Research and Development Center in Concord, N.C. "The breakthrough on this project came when one of our in- house engineers developed the latch mechanisms that were superior to the others we researched and developed during the project," center director Gary Nelson said Wednesday. Ryan Newman, Dale Jarrett, Bobby Labonte, Rusty Wallace, Todd Bodine. Ken Schrader and Kenny Wallace have been forced to exit badly burning cars this year, bringing additional attention to the need for a better escape system. The sanctioning body said use of the hatch will be optional for Winston Cup teams beginning with the EA Sports 500 atTallade- ga Superspeedway. Busch series teams, idle that week, can begin using what NASCAR calls the "alternate exit" Oct. 4 at Kansas Speedway. Nelson said the hatch measures 24 inches by 24 inches, and is located on the roof on the driver's side of the car. It will be controlled by steel cable pull cords in the cockpit that are connected to a latch system. Pulling on one cable will allow the driver to open the exit to the front or rear of the car. Pulling on both cables will remove the hatch completely. 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