MP, CAHS golfers pick up section wins |

MP, CAHS golfers pick up section wins

Pat White shot a 37 while Brett Lehman checked in with a 39 as the Mount Pleasant boys golf team knocked off host Laurel Highlands in Section I-2. Drew Pennline fired a 41 while Josh Coccagna and Corey Moximchalk each tallied a 43.

Santino Marchitello led the Mustangs with a 39, followed by Chris Bonchosky’s 40. Jeremy Boskovitch carded a 43 while Matt Hoover added a 47. Aaron Yonish completed the scoring with a 48.

The Vikings (11-0, 12-2) will host Uniontown on Tuesday.

CAHS 209, AG 218

Jordan Craig and Jeff Nicholson each shot a 39 while Kevin Bell and Nathan Pritts both contributed a 43 as the Falcons beat Albert Gallatin at Duck Hollow. Jared Harrer chipped in with a 45.

Drew Callahan and Cory Moore each carded a 41 to lead the Colonials.

Connellsville (6-4, 8-4) will travel to Yough on Tuesday.

U’town 187, SHS 217

Greg Franko and Zach Rockwell each fired a 34 while Trey Mallicone carded a 37 as Uniontown defeated visiting Southmoreland. Jarrod Bartok took a 39 while Luke Dvorchak and Cameron Kopec each shot a 43, one of which was tossed.

Tom Beal paced the way for the Scotties with a 39, followed by Jason Sinsley’s 40. Josh Hodgkiss scored a 45, followed by Steve Younkin’s 46 and Henri Hernley’s 47.

The Scotties (2-9, 2-10) will travel to Uniontown on Thursday.

Section II-2

Bentworth 251, Frazier 270

Mike Hatalowich and Marcus Wingrove each notched a 49, but the Commodores were beaten by Bentworth at Linden Hall. Tom Farrell checked in with a 51 while Craig Miller added a 56. Ross English completed the scoring with a 65.

Nick Thompson led the Bearcats with a low round of 37.

Frazier (1-7, 1-10) visits Monessen on Tuesday.

Girls Golf

Section 1

Kittanning 239, SHS 245

Emily Morrison led the Lady Scotties with a 46, but Southmoreland lost to host Kittanning. Liz Shipley fired a 62 while Nicole Seaman added a 67. Becky Zearley and Kelsey Love both put up a 70, one of which was tossed.

Jenna Montebele posted a 57 to Kittanning.

Southmoreland (2-5) will visit Kiski on Wednesday.

Boys Soccer

Section 1-AAA

G. Salem 6, CAHS 0

The Falcons were blanked at home by Greensburg Salem. Connellsville will visit Latrobe on Saturday.

MP 2, EF 1

Brandon Fetherlin scored the winning goal with just two seconds left in the game as the Vikings nipped host Elizabeth Forward. Brian Hauser accounted for Mount Pleasant’s other goal. Vance Rumbaugh was in goal and got the win.

The Vikings (5-2, 8-3) will host Yough on Saturday.

SHS 4, EA 1

Tim Fratto scored two goals while Joel Headrick and Dave Bambrey each added a tally as the Scotties knocked off visiting East Allegheny. Chuck Fox got the win in goal.

The Scotties (4-3, 4-5) will host Moon on Saturday.

Girls Volleyball

Section 5-AA

SHS 3, B’ville 0

Amy Anthony picked up 23 service points, including 10 aces as the Lady Scotties topped host Brownsville in straight sets 25-9, 25-12, 25-18. Leah Zeman posted seven kills.

Southmoreland (8-0, 9-1) will host Connellsville on Monday.

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