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Mt. Pleasant girls top Southmoreland |

Mt. Pleasant girls top Southmoreland

| Tuesday, September 11, 2007 12:00 a.m

Nicole Smith shot a 44, as the Mt. Pleasant girls golf team earned a 193-248 Section I win over host Southmoreland. Callie Jesso and Courtney Shields each shot a 49, and Maci Seibel had a 51.

Katie Beal paced the Lady Scotties with a 58, and Stacy Shirer shot a 60. Hillary Shepherd tallied a 62, and Alicia Sullenberger carded a 68.

Girls soccer

Geibel 8, Chartiers-Houston 1

Brittany Core scored three goals and added two assists, and Abbey Askin also had a hat trick in the Lady Gators’ Section 1-AA win. Aryn Askin had a goal and two assists, and Mia White scored a goal. Mary Beth Saluga was in the net to make 11 saves.

Southmoreland 10, Derry 1

Andrea Wisniewski found the back of the net three times, and Amanda Gross and Sarah Richter were solid in goal, as the Lady Scotties notched a Section 1-AAA win on the road. Rachelle Thompson, Alexa Thompson, Jessica Skovira, Stephanie Siwula, Holly Shipley, Selina Szczygiel and Shelby Dixon scored one goal each.

Belle Vernon 6, Connellsville 0

Katrina Kelly made 16 saves, but the Lady Falcons couldn’t muster any offense, falling in the Section 6-AAA match.

Steel Valley 6, Mt. Pleasant 1

Lauren Evans and Erin Feltz each scored three goals, as Steel Valley defeated the Lady Vikings in a Section 6-AA showdown. Laura Tlumack scored for Mt. Pleasant. Sarah Brown was in goal.

Girls tennis

Mt. Pleasant 3, Brownsville 2

Jessica McKetta and Stephanie Sleva teamed up for a first-doubles win, and Alex Chop and Jessica DePalma won at second doubles for the Lady Vikings in a Section 1-AA match. Rebecca Cenkner picked up a singles win to clinch the victory.

Greensburg Central Catholic 5, Southmoreland 0

Samantha DeStefano, Caitlyn Null and Susie Soltis swept the singles matches to earn a shutout over host Southmoreland.

Greensburg Salem 3, Connellsville 2

Laura Husband and Amy Lucas earned singles wins for Connellsville, but the Lady Golden Lions took the other three Section 1-AAA matches to record the victory.

Boys golf

Frazier 211, Monessen 266

Joey D’Auria and Nick Hawranko each shot a 39 to lead the Commodores to victory in the Division II, Section 2 match. Craig Rebovich carded a 42, followed by Dustin Lerda with a 44 and Matt Adams with a 47.

Kory Imbrescia led the Greyhounds with a 46.


Greensburg Central Catholic 3, Southmoreland 0

Southmoreland’s Nicole Jones had 10 assists, and April Johnson had five kills, but the Lady Centurions defeated the Scotties, 25-7, 25-13, 25-7, in a non-section match.

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