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September 29th, 2014
Ridgway cross country hosts Bradford Monday afternoon and also honored the team's only senior, Rachel Guyer.
Guyer was the girls race winner with a listed time of 20:46. In the boys race, Jake Mercer finished third with a time of 19:09 and Luke Guyer was fifth had a time of 19:23.
Make it two straight Class AA team titles for Ridgway boys golf.
The Elkers won the District 9 Class AA boys golf team championship during the first round of the District 9 boys golf championships held Monday at Punxsutawney Country Club.
With two equally-matched and undefeated teams facing off, it was only fitting one play and less than one yard would decide the winner.
Ridgway stopped a John English run on a two-point conversion with 41 seconds left in the fourth quarter to give the Elkers a 21-20 win over the Kane Wolves Friday night at Memorial Field in Ridgway in the AML South opener for both teams.
The interest is up, the competition level is up and the intensity was up at Wednesday's practice.
AML South divisional play is here.
Ridgway opens play in the AML South at home this year as the 4-0 Elkers host the also undefeated Kane Wolves at 7 p.m. tonight at Memorial Field in Ridgway.
"There's a lot of excitement," Ridgway coach Mark Heindl said. "Both teams are 4-0 and opening up South play. What a better opponent than a Kane team that has a 17-game AML (regular-season) winning streak and an 18-game overall regular-season winning streak. We'll be excited."
JOHNSONBURG â€“ The Johnsonburg Ramette girls tennis team came away with a close 5-4 victory Tuesday afternoon against visiting Bradford.
ay penalty area to open up overtime left the Elkers boys soccer team with a foul taste leaving the field.
A Charlie Kysor penalty kick in the first minute of overtime gave the Gators a 2-1 victory over the Elkers Tuesday afternoon at Francis S. Grandinetti Elementary School.
ST. MARYS â€“ The Elk County Catholic Lady Crusader volleyball team defeated county rival Johnsonburg in straight sets on Tuesday night in a match played at the ECCHS gymnasium. Elk won the first set 25-6, the second set 25-17, and the third set 25-11.
â€śI thought we controlled the match pretty well,â€ť said ECC head coach Diane Gies. â€śWe didnâ€™t have too many unforced errors, which was a good thing. Those are things that we need to continue to improve on keeping under control.â€ť
Ridgway girls golf hosted an AML match Tuesday afternoon at Laurel Mill Golf Club.
Katie Thompson finished with a 54 for Ridgway while teammate Shania Reitz had a 71.
Ridgway volleyball lost 3-0 (25-19, 25-11, 25-13) to Sheffield Tuesday evening at Ridgway Area High School.
Ridgway opened the match by scoring three of the first four points in the opening set. A Sheffield mishit had Ridgway up 2-1, that was followed by an ace from Alanna Schiafone. Sheffield then scored seven of the next eight points to take an 8-4 lead.
The Ridgway Lady Elkers soccer team scored three second half goals to defeat the St. Marys Area Lady Dutch by a 3-0 score Monday afternoon at the SMAHS soccer field.
The first 40 minutes of the game saw both teams have opportunities but neither could connect on them.
"Ridgway outplayed us today. They wanted it more," said St. Marys coach Eric Bridges.
"We were a little complacent but all the credit goes to Ridgway, they deserved it today," added Bridges.