TYRONE - Bishop Guilfoyle Catholic defeated Grier, 12-6, in high school girls fencing Monday.
Megan Blake went 3-0 for BG. Amy Liu won her only match for Grier, defeating BG's No. 1 seed, Katherine Crocker.
Brianna Watt went 3-1 as BG's No. 2 seed. Her only loss was to Sally Liang.
BG improved to 2-0, while Grier is 0-2. The two teams will hold their final match of the season Wednesday at Grier.
Central needs coach
Central High School is looking for a JV softball coach.
According to athletic director Chuck Gojmerac, 22 students have signed up to play JV softball but the school has been unsuccessful in its search for a qualified candidate. The school is also looking for an additional junior high track and field coach to round out its staff.
If you are interested, you can call 793-5326 or 329-6664.
Campbell wins honor
The Grace Prep's younger girls basketball team placed third in the Juniata Mennonite Jamaican Jam tournament, and Altoona native Taylor Campbell was named the tourney MVP.
Campbell had 14 points and an assist in an opening-round 33-17 loss to Juniata Mennonite and then had 19 points, 10 steals and six assists in a 35-11 victory over Meadowbrook in the consolation game.
BG icers falter
The Hockey Valley Icers topped the Bishop Guilfoyle Catholic freshmen team, 6-3, Sunday night in Laurel Mountain Hockey League action at Galactic Ice.
William Shivas scored two goals, and Noah Murray added a goal for the Marauders (5-8-3). Alec Bakale and Jordan Wolf were credited with one assist each.