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Local volleyball teams victorious

| Friday, September 24, 2004 12:00 a.m

Chelsey Kreinbrook had 14 assists and 14 service points as the Geibel volleyball team stayed perfect with a 25-1, 25-9, 25-6 victory over visiting Mapletown. Natalie Hozak nailed eight kills and Kaylee Robinson registered seven kills. Caitlin Solan notched 12 service points for the Lady Gators (5-0, 6-0).

Frazier 3, JM 0

Merritt Tidholm scored 13 service points and added six kills while Brooke Carson checked in with 11 service points as the Lady Commodores (5-0, 6-0) topped visiting Jefferson-Morgan 25-14, 25-22, 25-14. Mandy Byron collected 22 assists while Holly Smith added 12 kills. A.J. Morgan contributed six kills.

Section 2-AAA

CAHS 3, LH 1

Samantha Brown slammed 13 kills while Brooke Bryner notched 22 service points as the Lady Falcons (1-3, 2-6) topped visiting Laurel Highlands 25-15, 10-25, 25-17, 25-21. Megan Saylor posted 21 service points.

Section 5-AA

SHS 3, U’town 1

Jenna Galloway tallied 19 assists while Kisa Hart and Jordan Pluck each had seven kills as the Lady Scotties (5-1, 7-1) topped visiting Uniontown 25-12, 25-12, 23-25, 25-20. Anna Coffman added 16 saves, including four aces.

College Volleyball

Fayette 3, McKeesport 0

Keli Waligora recorded nine aces, eight assists and 24 service points as Penn State-Fayette (11-1) defeated Penn State-McKeesport 30-16, 30-13, 30-21. Jamie Domer added 13 kills for the Lady Roaring Lions.

Boys Golf

Section II-8

Geibel 177, M’town 182

James McGrath carded a 33 while Philip Lucostic followed with a 34 as the Gators (7-0, 10-0) remained undefeated with a win over host Mapletown. Erio Vignali checked in with a 35, followed by a 37 from Zack Bell and a 38 from Edward Spotts.

Josh Kovach led the Maples with a 34.

Section I-2

MP 193, AG 211

Anthony Prailey shot a 37 and Josh Coccagna tallied a 38 as Mount Pleasant (5-5, 6-7) topped Albert Gallatin. Louis Hout and Mark Novak each picked up a 39 while Scott Bando fired a 40.

Kevin Uglik led the Colonials with a 37.

LH 206, CAHS 219

Chris Bonchosky, Andrew Fike and Jeremy Berkovich each shot a 40 as Laurel Highlands defeated Connellsville.

Jonathan Luczka led the Falcons (4-6, 4-7) with a 41, followed by a 42 from Craig White, a 43 from Nathan Pritts, a 44 from Shane Cali and a 49 from Cody Boors.

Section II-2

SHS 231, Monessen 236

Tom Beal carded a 41 while Nate Hoburn notched a 45 as the Scotties (5-3, 5-5) nipped Monessen. Josh Hodgkiss added a 46 and Jason Sinsley checked in with a 47. Josh Hess contributed a 52.

Monessen was led by Scott Galilei with a 42.

BC 209, Frazier 245

Jeff Adams shot a 44 and Cory Compliment notched a 49 in Frazier’s home loss to Beth-Center. Beau Nicklow carded a 50 while Brian Null and Craig Miller each shot a 51.

Beth-Center’s Matt Rohrer was the medalist with a 40.

Boys Soccer

Section 4-A

Monessen 2, Geibel 0

The Gators were blanked on the road at Monessen.

Section 1-AAA

H’field 6, CAHS 0

The Connellsville soccer team was shut out by host Hempfield.

Girls Soccer

Section 1-AA

Jeannette 7, Geibel 2

Jamie Morrison scored four goals to lead Jeannette past visiting Geibel. Mia White and Liz Sunseri each scored a goal for the Lady Gators (1-7).

Girls Tennis

Section 1-AA

MP 5, B’ville 0

The Lady Vikings (7-0, 8-0) remained perfect with a sweep over Brownsville.

At first singles, Brianne Ludwick topped Bethany Seelye 6-3, 6-2 before Vicki Mull knocked off Kelly Davison 6-1, 6-2. At third singles, Melissa Grindle defeated Kaylee Davis 6-1, 6-0.

In doubles action, the first team of Erica Sukay and Amanda Felker beat Becky Barnhart and Sarah Mathanias 6-2, 6-2. At second doubles, Leisha Durstine and Ashlee Miller earned a 6-0, 6-3 win over Nicole Kerenstine and Amanda Johnson.

Men’s Baseball

Fayette 14, McKeesport 1

Phil Gratchic tallied three hits, including a bases-loaded triple, as Penn State-Fayette (10-5) blasted Penn State-McKeesport. Matt Fanase hit a two-run double, and Josh Null doubled as well. Ryan Gondek got the win, and Andy Mazur was on the mound for the final inning.

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