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Mueller, Bedford defeat Cougars

September 30, 2012
The Altoona Mirror

BEDFORD - The Bedford girls soccer team improved to 7-3 Saturday afternoon, thanks to a 2-0 win over North Star in high school action Saturday.

The Lady Bisons got both goals in the second half, one by Taylor Easter and another from Hannah Grimes.

Goalie Erin Mueller picked up her second shutout this season in goal for the Lady Bisons.

SCORE BY HALVES

North Star0 0 - 0

Bedford 0 2 - 2

Second half: B - Estern (Koontz), 3:24; B - Grimes (unassisted), 17:14.

Records: North Star (7-4), Bedford (7-3).

Lions struggle

CARLISLE - The Altoona boys and girls cross country teams participated in the PUMA challege at the Carlisle Cross Country Meet of Champions.

The Altoona boys team ran against 23 teams and came in 19th place with a total time of 1:28:08.26. West Chester Henderson took first place with a total time of 1:21:20.20.

Brad Foust was top individual boys runner for Altoona at 72nd place with a time of 17:25.76. The top runner overall was Vinny Todaro from Big Spring at 15:31.11.

The Altoona girls team competed against 14 other teams and placed 15th with a time of 1:49:24.72. Pennsbury took first place with a total time of 1:35:09.08.

Hayley Weaver was top individual girls runner for Altoona at 57th place with a time of 21:11.59. Penn Manor's Greta Lindsley took first place at 18:13.92.

BOYS

Teams: 1, West Chester Henderson, 60; 2, Don Bosco Prep, 73; 3, Saint Anthony's, 97; 19, Altoona, 423.

Individuals: 1, Todaro, Big Spring, 15:31.11; 2, Kennedy, Kiski Area, 14:33.15; 3, Barchet, West Chester, 15:50.32; 4, Levermore, Don Bosco Prep, 15:51.96; 5, Ferruzzi, Upper Dublin, 15:52.42; 72, Foust, Altoona, 17:25.76; 83, Futrell, Altoona, 17:33.91; 89, Stroh, Altoona, 17:38.21; 94, Heasley, Altoona, 17:42.10; 100, Delozier, Altoona, 17:48.28; 136, Nail, Altoona, 18:17.66; 154, Sunderland, Altoona; 18:38.19.

GIRLS

Teams: 1, Pennsbury, 20; 2, Palmyra, 83; 3, State College, 123; 15, Altoona, 354.

Individuals: 1, Lindsley, Penn Manor, 18:13.92; 2, Paladino, University High, 18:24.72; 3, Sauer, Pennsbury, 18:40.77; 4, Sargent, Pennsbury, 18:50.68; 5, Molloy, Pennsbury, 19:03.21; 57, Weaver, Altoona, 21:11.59; 71, Pensyl, Altoona, 21:43.94; 81, Geist, Altoona, 21:53.22; 86, Sohmer, Altoona, 22:07.60; 98, Debernardis, Altoona, 22:28.37; 102, Port, Altoona, 22:44.49; 103, Delozier, Altoona, 22:48.53.

Spikers runner-up

STATE COLLEGE - The Altoona girls volleyball team finished as the Silver Bracket runner-up after struggling in the morning pool at the State College Invitational.

Altoona fell to North Allegheny, 25-17, 25-21 and then lost to Susquehannock, 25-11, 26-24, before splitting with Sharpsville, 17-25, 25-17.

In the afternoon pool, Altoona split with Manheim Township, 27-25, 17-25 and Freeport, 18-25, 26-24, before beating Spring Grove, 25-22, 25-21.

The Lady Spikers then managed to top Sharpsville, 25-21, before falling to Freeport, 24-26, 25-21, 15-3 in the Silver final.

Hannah Moore had team-highs in kills (37), service points (20) and digs (74). Aubrey Hileman notched 95 assists, and Natalie Biesecker had 33 blocks.

SERVICE POINTS

ALTOONA: Moore 20, Koelle 19, Hileman 16, Biesecker 14, Goodman 11, Parrish 13, Albright 4.

Records: Altoona goes 7-9, finishes as Silver Bracket runner-up.

Altoona wins

McKEESPORT - Zach McConnell scored on touchdown runs of 16 and 5 yards to help the Altoona junior varsity football team beat McKeesport, 21-6.

Altoona, which also got a 4-yard run from Tyler Wray, improved to 4-1. James Metzgar added three PATs for the Mountain Lions.

SCORE BY QUARTERS

Altoona7 7 0 7 - 21

McKeesport0 0 6 0 - 6

A-McConnell 16 run (Metzgar kick)

A-McConnell 5 run (Metzgar kick)

M-George 12 run (run failed)

A-Wray 4 run (Metzgar kick)

Records: Altoona (4-1).

Tigers roll

DERRY - Tyler Miller ran for four touchdowns in a 52-14 Hollidaysburg win against Derry in junior varsity football.

Colton Ruggery added a 14-yard run TD and had three successful two-point conversion runs as the Tigers continue their winning streak, 4-0.

SCORE BY QUARTERS

Hollidaysburg16 8 22 6 - 52

Derry0 0 6 8 - 14

H-Ruggery 14 run (Ruggery run).

H-Miller 4 run (Waltz pass from Parnell).

H-Crawford 12 run (Crawford run).

H-Miller 2 run (Ruggery run).

H-Miller 35 run (run failed).

H-Miller 48 run (Ruggery run).

H-Parnell 3 run (run failed).

Records: Hollidaysburg (4-0).

 
 

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