Archive - Sports Article
February 1st, 2012
Kane girls basketball picked up a 59-35 road victory over Ridgway Wednesday night at Ridgway Area High School.
The Lady Wolves (14-5) were led by a trio of double-digit scorers. Kaila Jamerson led Kane with 19 points while Audrey Perry finished with 17. Nerissa Rich finished with 14 points, eight in the fourth quarter.
The Lady Elkers (0-18) hung around with the Lady Wolves for the first three quarters as Kane held a 40-30 lead entering the final eight minutes.
Christine Schauer hit a field goal early in the quarter to cut the margin to eight.
Ridgway wrestling head coach Gary Gerber may not have come out on the winning side but the presence of Elker alumni, family and friends still made Tuesday night a special night for the retiring coach.
Brookville won the dual 32-30 over the Elkers at Ridgway Area High School as Gerber coached in front of the home fans for a final time.
Ridgway boys basketball used a second-quarter run to break a tie after eight minutes as the Elkers went on to a 53-40 win over Brockway Monday night at Ridgway Area High School.
The win puts Ridgway at 16-0 overall and a perfect 6-0 in the AML South, winning the division. The win also means DuBois Central Catholic will finish as the division runner-up. DCC went into Monday with a 3-2 AML South record.
JOHNSONBURG â€“ Kane had the game's highest scorer by one point Monday night but the Johnsonburg Rams took care of the rest in an 81-54 victory in the Paper City.
The visiting Wolves were fueled by sophomore forward Jeffrey Kocjancic's game-high 23 points but it wasn't enough to overcome a trio of Johnsonburg Rams scoring in double figures.
Senior Mitchell Holmberg and sophomore Cameron Grumley finished with 22 and 21 points, respectively, while sophomore Cole Peterson contributed 13 points to the winning effort.
The St. Marys Area Flying Dutch wrestling squad picked up a pair of victories over the Johnsonburg Rams and Sheffield Wolverines during a tri-meet at SMAHS on Saturday morning. The Dutch defeated the Rams 72-12 and beat the Wolverines 59-9. Sheffield also picked up a 48-18 victory over Johnsonburg.
ST. MARYS â€“ The Elk County Catholic Crusader boys' basketball squad faced off against the Johnsonburg Rams for the third time this season Friday evening, and for the third time they came away with a loss. Unlike their three-point loss in the opening-round contest of the Elk County Boys' Basketball Holiday Tournament, though, the Rams outplayed the Crusaders on Friday, outscoring them 45-23 over the final three quarters to take a 58-36 victory.
JOHNSONBURG â€“ In a tale of two halves Friday night, Elk County Catholic (13-2) pulled off a double-whammy by clinching the Allegheny Mountain League [AML] North Division and halting a 7-game winning streak by Johnsonburg (9-6) with a 52-29 road win.
The Lady Crusaders were fueled by Kristy Hanes' double-double with 15 points and 10 rebounds, including seven straight points in 34 seconds in the fourth quarter that put the game away for good. Hanes scored 11 of her 15 points in the fourth quarter during a 2-minute stretch to secure the game.
In a game full of long runs, DuBois Central Catholic held the Elkers scoreless for over 13 minutes in the second and third quarters during a stretch which saw the Lady Cardinals pull away in a 53-21 win over Ridgway in an AML South girls basketball game Friday night at Ridgway Area High School.
Ridgway wrestling won 70-0 over Johnsonburg Thursday night at Ridgway Area High School in a dual meet.
The Elkers had Senior Night and honored a dozen seniors. The seniors honored were Chad Quail, Chris Woods, Corey Bush, Dakota Dahler, Jake Himes, Kyle Caggiano, Seth Stahl, Slade Horner, Steve Mitchell, Tad Pierce, Trevor Delhunty and Tyler Himes.
JOHNSONBURG â€“The Ramettes (9-5) found their groove Thursday night as underclassmen Chelsea Benson and Brittany Watts accounted for 39 of the team's 56 points as Johnsonburg stretched their winning streak to seven games with a 56-40 win over DuBois Central Catholic (5-10).
Sophomore Chelsea Benson paced all scorers with 21 points while junior Brittany Watts followed with 18 on the night. Watts scored all of her points in the first half on nine 2-point field goals before succumbing to foul trouble in the second half.