MORRISDALE - The Cambria Heights girls cross country team, led by Cori James' second-place finish in 23:28, improved to 4-1 on the season by defeating West Branch, 23-33, on Monday.
The Heights boys (3-2) got a second-place effort from Eric Boothman in 18:31 but lost to West Branch, 21-35.
West Branch's Abe Albright won the boys race in 17:57, while West Branch's Lauren Godissart was the winner of the girls race in 22:57.
1, Albright, WB, 17:57; 2, Boothman, CH, 18:31; 3, Clark, WB, 19:02; 4, Turner, WB, 19:51; 5, Kristofits, WB, 20:32; 6, O'Hara, CH, 20:48; 7, Dautlick, CH, 21:22; 8, Deliman, WB, 21:34; 9, Link, CH, 21:43; 10, Sankey, WB, 22:05.
1, Godissart, WB, 22:57; 2, James, CH, 23:28; 3, Schaefer, CH, 23:36; 4, L. Link, CH, 23:40; 5, Cordell, CH, 23:49; 6, Nye, WB, 24:20; 7, Sharer, WB, 24:30; 8, Handel, WB, 24:35; 9, Sopata, CH, 25:22; 10, S. Link, CH, 25:43.
Records: Cambria Heights boys (3-2); Cambria Heights girls (4-1).
P-O golfers split
MINGOVILLE- Philipsburg-Osceola split a golf tri-meet, losing to Bellefonte (375-372), but defeating Clearfield (375-393). The Mounties' Andrew Reifer carded a medalist score of 85.
BELLEFONTE (372): 1, Heeman, 88; 2, Urban, 89; 3, Hinton, 92; 4, Wakefield, 103.
PHILIPSBURG-OSCEOLA (375): 1, Reifer, 85; 2, Nartatez, 90; 3, Sauber, 97; 4, Sinclair, 103.
CLEARFIELD (393): 1, Clark, 89; 2, Maines, 97; 3, Weston, 98; 4, Osrich, 109.
B-A blanks Mo Valley
HOUTZDALE - Matt McMillan scored two touchdowns for Bellwood-Antis as it shut out Moshannon Valley, 28-0, in its second consecutive win in junior varsity football action.
Jake Burch also threw two successful passes for the first touchdown and conversion in the second quarter.
SCORE BY QUARTERS
Bellwood6 14 0 8 - 28
Moshannon Valley0 0 0 0 - 0
B - Stapleton 35 run (Kick failed).
B - Mock 52 pass from Burch (Miller pass from Burch).
B - McMillan 1 pass from Huff (Kick failed).
B - McMillan 37 run (Mock pass from Wood).
Records: Bellwood (2-0); Moshannon Valley (0-1).
Richland beats BG
Dominic Farina scored on a pair of touchdown runs from 11 and 10 yards out to lead Richland past Bishop Guilfoyle, 14-7, in the season opener for both teams at Tom Irwin Field in junior varsity football.
Aaron Yasiliutis scored BG's only touchdown on a 9-yard second-quarter run.
SCORE BY QUARTERS
Richland6 0 0 8 - 14
Bishop Guilfoyle0 7 0 0 - 7
R-Farina 11 run (run failed).
BG-Yasiliutis 9 run (Verba kick).
R-Farina 10 run (Farina run).
Records: Richland (1-0), Bishop Guilfoyle (0-1).
The theme for Hollidaysburg's home football game against Derry Area Sept. 28 will focus on spreading awareness and raising money for pancreatic and breast cancer research. T-shirt order forms are available for $12 at the school.
Other activities planned for that week include a flag football game and assembly.
All proceeds will go to The Greg and Cathy Griffith Family Foundation and a local breast cancer fund.
Griffith, a Hollidaysburg graduate involved in numerous organizations, died in August 2011 of pancreatic cancer at age 50.
David Helsel was misidentified as Central's placekicker in Saturday's Mirror. Helsel kicked four extra points against Tyrone.
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