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Vikings, Gators suffer defeat

| Saturday, September 22, 2001 12:00 a.m

Derry running back Nick Kozar scored touchdown runs, including one on a 47-yard run as the Trojans beat Mount Pleasant 14-7 in Keystone Conference action at Derry. Doug Majorsky added two extra points for Derry.

Mike Predajna raced in from two yards out in the third quarter to account for Mount Pleasant’s only score. Phil Snyder added the extra point.

The Vikings (0-2, 1-3) visit Highlands on Friday. The Trojans (1-0, 2-2) take on H.D. Woodson in Washington, D.C. next week.

Tri-County South

Carm 41, Geibel 16

Justin Mattei scored on runs of 69, 40 and 13 yards as host Carmichaels cruised past Geibel. Jono Menhart tossed two touchdown strikes while Bob Hathaway rumbled in from five yards out.

The Gators scored two touchdowns late in the game. Mitch Pohl caught a 30-yard touchdown pass from John Bokat. The duo also hooked up on two two-point conversions. Dan Chorba caught a 13-yard touchdown pass from Bokat.

The Gators (0-4, 0-4) host Monessen on Friday. The Mikes (3-1, 3-1) host West Greene.

Section 5-AAA

CAHS 4, C. McMillan 1

The Lady Falcons picked up another section win as they defeated the visiting Lady Big Macs. Beth Conlon beat Lauren Fischer 6-4, 6-3 in first singles while Julie Pritts nipped Ashley Barton 6-4, 6-3 in second singles.

In doubles play, Kristina Grove and Melissa Evans beat Allison Beteep and Jessica Burty 6-1, 6-2 while Laura Lucas and Lindsey Weimer teamed up to beat Christin Perkins and Christina Sylvestros 6-0, 6-2.

The Lady Falcons (5-0, 8-0) will visit Derry on Tuesday. Conlon will take part in the WPIAL singles on Monday.

College Volleyball

PS-Fayette 3, WCCC 0

Kari Kronander recorded eight kills and six aces while Lianne Bartock notched 21 service points as the Lady Roaring Lions (14-1) beat visiting WCCC. Penn State-Fayette will be back in action today.

Section 2-AAA

LH 190, BV 197

Brian Galica fired a 35 while teammate Jason Kurnot chipped in a 37 as Laurel Highlands beat Belle Vernon 190-197. Brandon Katzeff finished with a 38 while Brian John and Jarred Detweiler scored 40.

Keith Schilling fired a 35, followed by Mike Kanski’s 36. Pat Koshar tallied a 40 while Marcus Wilson and Jim Trenk notched a 43.

Laurel Highlands (9-0, 15-0) will take part in the section qualifiers at Pleasant Valley Country Club on Monday.

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