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MP golf, tennis and soccer teams win

| Friday, October 3, 2003 12:00 a.m

Pat White and Brett Lehman each shot a 42 while Scott Bando chipped in a 42 as the Mount Pleasant golf team topped host Southmoreland 220-237. Josh Coccagna and Corey Moximchalk each shot a 46.

Tom Beal led Southmoreland with a 43 while Josh Hodgkiss checked in with a 47. Jason Sinsley added a 48, followed by a 49 from Anthony King and a 50 from Steve Younkin.

Southmoreland (3-10, 3-12) visits Yough on Monday while Mount Pleasant (12-1, 13-3) entertains Connellsville.

CAHS 215, B. Vernon 230

Jordan Craig had the low round with a 40 as the Falcons secured third place in the section with a win over visiting Belle Vernon. Jeff Nicholson fired a 42, followed by a 43 from Craig White and a 44 from Nathan Pritts. Kevin Bell tallied a 46.

Joe Pirilla led the Leopards with a 42.

Connellsville (8-5, 10-5) will visit Mount Pleasant on Monday.

Section II-8

W’burg 213, Geibel 217

Andrew Broadwater had a nice round of 40, but the Gators were defeated by visiting Waynesburg. Matt Mascia collected a 41 while Phillip Lucostic followed with a 42. James McGrath shot a 45 and Zack Bell carded a 49.

Robert Rohanna led all golfers with a 37 for Waynesburg.

Geibel (10-3, 10-4) will make a trip to Carmichaels on Monday.

Section II-2

Jeannette 243, Frazier 255

Jeff Adams and Mike Hatalowich each notched a 46, but the Commodores were beaten by visiting Jeannette. Tom Farrell scored a 49 while Craig Miller added a 56 and Jamie Bissett nailed a 58.

Mike Salvatore was the low medalist with a 39 for Jeannette.

Frazier will visit GCC on Monday.


Section 5-A

Frazier 3, M’town 0

Katie Zebley buried 15 service points while Merritt Tidholm collected 12 as the Lady Commodores blanked visiting Mapletown 25-6, 25-15, 25-15. Mandy Byron contributed 17 assists while A.J. Morgan led the way with eight kills.

Frazier (6-1, 8-1) will compete in the OLSH Tournament on Saturday.

Section 5-AA

SHS 3, EF 2

The Lady Scotties came from two sets down to post a 22-25, 20-25, 25-19, 25-17, 15-6 win on the road. Amy Anthony scored 20 kills while Jenna Galloway notched 21 assists.

Southmoreland will host GCC on Tuesday.

Girls Tennis

Section 1-AA

MP 5, Jeannette 0

The Lady Vikings rolled to a shutout over the visiting Lady Jayhawks. At first singles, Brianne Ludwick beat Karina Sever 6-1, 6-1 before Katie Shaw cruised past Stephanie Croce 6-1, 6-1. At third singles, Amanda Freeman won by default.

The first doubles match went to Kathy Newell and Stacy Kinneer as they beat Julie Dreistadt and Jamie Hensell 6-0, 6-3. Amanda Felker and Melissa Grindel finished it with a 6-0, 6-0 win over Lacey Shaw and Alicia Culliver.

Mount Pleasant (8-1, 12-2) will host Shanksville on Monday.

Derry 4, SHS 1

The Lady Trojans won both doubles matches over visiting Southmoreland. At first doubles, Lynn Barchesky and Stephanie Geary defeated Leslie Gorecki and Amanda Lebe 6-2, 7-5. At second doubles, Bryn Baughman and Cortnee McGinnis beat Sonya Burton and Tiffany Sparks 6-4, 6-0.

In singles action, Laura Gerhart edged Michelle Hamill 6-2, 6-1 while the second singles match went to Emily Shuba as she knocked off Jill Hamill 1-6, 7-5, 7-5. Southmoreland got a win at third singles as Laura Schenck defeated Megan Campbell 6-3, 4-6, 7-5.

Southmoreland hosts Mount Pleasant on Thursday.

Boys Soccer

Section 1-AA

MP 2, B. Vernon 1

Brandon Fetherlin scored a goal with just over four minutes left in double-overtime as the Vikings got past the visiting Leopards. Chance Hugh scored in the first half on a penalty kick. Vance Rumbaugh made 27 saves in goal to collect the win.

Mount Pleasant (8-2, 11-4) will host East Allegheny on Thursday.

SHS 4, Yough 0

Dave Bambrey, Joel Headrick, Zach Costelnock and Steve Zozula each scored a goal as the Scotties blanked the visiting Cougars. Chuck Fox got the win in goal.

Southmoreland 5-4, 5-8) will travel to Greensburg Salem on Saturday.

Section 4-A

Geibel 6, BC 0

Andy Labuda scored three goals while John Merranko, Mike Connell and Steve Shenal each tallied once as the Gators shut out host Beth-Center. Nick Molchan posted eight saves and got the win.

The Gators visit Bentworth on Tuesday.

Section 1-AAA

Indiana 2, CAHS 0

The Falcons were defeated at home by Indiana. Connellsville makes a trip to Kiski on Tuesday.

College Baseball

PS-Beaver 13, PS-Fayette 1

Dan Fuller doubled while Mark Shallenberger added two singles, but the Roaring Lions were beaten by host Penn State-Beaver. Phil Gratchic took the loss.

Penn State-Fayette will play CCAC-South in a doubleheader today.

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