Archive - Jan 2014 - Sports Article
A late second quarter run would propel Curwensville to a 52-24 victory over Ridgway Tuesday night at Ridgway Area High School.
Monday's win would definitely qualify as a bounceback win for Ridgway.
After a loss to Johnsonburg last Friday, Ridgway boys basketball took control of the game in the second quarter and never looked back in a 51-19 victory over Coudersport Monday night at Ridgway Area High School.
A tie game might not seem like the typical time to pull out a behind-the-back pass but then again, Johnsonburg guard Cameron Grumley isn't just any typical basketball player.
Grumley's pass set up a go-ahead 3-pointer from Taylor Feronti which spurred the Rams on to a 54-37 win over Ridgway in front of a sellout crowd at Ridgway Area High School Friday night.
JOHNSONBURG â€“ Port Allegany wrestling doubled up Johnsonburg 48-24 in a dual meet held Wednesday night at Johnsonburg Area High School.
Although both teams won three matches on the mat, the Gators used five forfeits to take the edge in Wednesday's dual.
After DuBois Central Catholic downed Johnsonburg last Friday, the Cardinals (7-4) couldn't make it two big wins in a row as Ridgway won 49-41 over DCC Tuesday night at Ridgway Area High School.
"DCC coming off that big win against Johnsonburg, they had the setback against Curwensville but we knew they were playing well," Ridgway coach Anthony Allegretto said. "We know how much they hustle, how much they work. We knew how well-coached they are. They shut down our offense by packing in the middle, and we have to hit some shots. In the early going, we had some trouble."
JOHNSONBURG â€“ The Johnsonburg Rams (13-2) had four players in double-digits Tuesday as they scored a runaway 79-48 win against visiting Brockway (3-9).
The Rams were led by seniors Cameron Grumley and Cole Peterson, scoring 27 and 21 points, respectively, followed by junior Zane Hodgdon with 11 points and sophomore Kevin Benson with 10 points.
Games and games of frustration were replaced by celebration Monday night as Ridgway girls basketball finished victorious, defeating Oswayo Valley 32-27 at Ridgway Area High School.
Ridgway boys basketball used a late run in the second half to overtake Kane 44-29 in action Friday night at Ridgway Area High School.
The Wolves would not go away for the first three quarters, trailing just 28-21 starting the fourth quarter.
"Kane came in here, they're well-coached, they're ready to go," Ridgway coach Anthony Allegretto said. "Coach Gasbarre is doing a great job with them. They have a new attitude, they really hustled, they played hard the whole way. We couldn't shake them. That's a pretty good ball club there."
JOHNSONBURG â€“ Johnsonburg girls basketball won 41-26 over Ridgway Wednesday night at Johnsonburg Area High School.
Defense ruled the first quarter as the Ramettes held just a 4-2 lead after four minutes of play.
"Our defense, I was really proud of how the girls were playing defense," Ridgway coach Stacy Kifer said. "They're really stepping it up. What we need to do is we need to try to get the offense tweaked now. We got to work on our rebounding, we still have to get position and get these girls to recognize weak-side rebounding."
JOHNSONBURG â€“ The Rams picked up the victory Monday night over St. Marys but the Dutch made it anything but easy for Johnsonburg.
The Rams outscored St. Marys 22-10 in the fourth quarter to blow open what had been a close game for three quarters to pick up a 69-52 win Monday night at Johnsonburg Area High School.