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October 19th, 2011
GREENSBURG â€“ Seton Hill Griffin junior Brianna Bush took home medalist honors from the Sally Carroll Open which was hosted by Seton Hill University at Hannastown GC. The Griffin team finished second behind the winner Northwood (MI). The two day event concluded with the final round on Monday afternoon.
JOHNSONBURG â€“ The Johnsonburg boys soccer team honored its trio of seniors before Johnsonburgâ€™s game against Port Allegany Wednesday night.
Luke Shreffler, Trey Rose and Tommy Imbrogno were honored.
The Gators would go on to win the game by a 7-2 margin.
Kyle Sheldon had a good chance in the box for the Rams with 24 minutes left in the first half, Johnsonburg also had a free kick near the Port Allegany penalty area early in the first half.
Ridgway cross country hosted Brockway, St. Marys and Kane in action Tuesday afternoon at Francis S. Grandinetti Elementary School.
In the varsity girlsâ€™ race, Adair Gennocro of St. Marys was the top finisher with a time of 19:07. Sloan Foster was third with a time of 22:03. Alexis Hanes had a time of 25:00 and Casey Kline had a mark of 27:29. Rachel Schreiber finished at 29:00, Cassie Wonderling had a time of 30:42 and Ashley Mertz had a time of 34:15.
Ridgway's Rachel Guyer had a time of 25:54.
Ridgway boys soccer lost in its regular season finale by a 5-0 margin to Brockway Monday afternoon at Francis S. Grandinetti Elementary School.
Ridgway had kept the Rovers at bay throughout much of the first 20 minutes as Elker goalkeeper Jesse Schneider made a number of good saves, including a one-handed leaping save on a shot by Phil Esposito.
Chris Calliari finally put the Rovers on the board with a goal with 21:05 remaining in the first half. Esposito was able to get a shot past the Ridgway defense with 12:17 left in the first half which put the Brockway lead 2-0.
Ridgwayâ€™s quartet of seniors won 4-0 over Curwensville Saturday morning at Francis S. Grandinetti Elementary School.
The seniors are Ryan McClelland, Tad Pierce, Kyle Kinkead and Greg Paige.
â€śThe seniors, I couldnâ€™t be prouder of them,â€ť Ridgway coach John Ogden said. â€śRyan, he just came on this year and he picked it up right away. Itâ€™s been a blast and when you talk about leaders, those are the kind of leaders you want on your team. Itâ€™s nice to see them finish with a better season than theyâ€™ve been accustomed to. Itâ€™s a good group of kids.â€ť
Mistakes hurt Curwensville in the first half.
Elker mistakes and Alex Holland put Curwensville ahead for good in the second half.
Holland rushed for 391 yards on 48 carries as Curwensville scored 28 unanswered points for a 36-16 victory over Ridgway Friday night on a muddy Memorial Field.
JOHNSONBURG â€“ The visiting Kane Wolves (4-3) rode the momentum of four touchdowns Friday night from junior running back Jonah Smith to drop winless Johnsonburg (0-7), 42-7.
After a tight 7-7 game in the first quarter which saw Smith score his first touchdown of the night, Kane mounted a furious offensive attack to score four times in just under six minutes in the second quarter.
Ridgway volleyball lost 3-0 (26-24, 25-20, 25-23) to Bradford Thursday night at Ridgway Area High School.
ST. MARYS â€“ The Johnsonburg Rams golfers edged the team from Elk County Catholic High School 232-233 to win this year's Elk County Golf Tournament on Thursday afternoon at the Bavarian Hills Golf Course. The Ridgway Elkers came in third with a score of 244 and St. Marys Area was fourth with 250.
Six members of each school participated in the tournament, except for Johnsonburg, which had only five players. The tournament consisted of six holes of scramble, six holes of alternating shots and six holes of best ball.
The Elk County Catholic boys soccer team took control early and were dominant in a 9-0 victory over Ridgway Thursday afternoon at Francis S. Grandinetti Elementary School.
The game was delayed for a hour because only one referee showed up for the game and the delay was done until a second referee could get to the site. The game started at 5 p.m. and a full 40-minute first half was played but there was only a 3-minute halftime and a 30-minute second half before the game was called due to darkness.