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Scholastic roundup

October 7, 2012
The Altoona Mirror

Kierra Irwin, Madison Hileman and Michaela Bryan each scored two goals to lead the Altoona Area High School girls soccer team to a 6-2 win over Bishop Guilfoyle on Saturday afternoon at Mansion Park.

Altoona, which led 4-1 at the break, improved to 4-6. Guilfoyle (7-6) got solo goals from Alyssa McGhee and Nicki Carrieri.

SCORE BY HALVES

Bishop Guilfoyle1 1 - 2

Altoona 4 2 - 6

First Half: A-Irwin (unassisted), 36:29; A-Irwin (unassisted), 22:50; A-Bryan (unassisted), 14:45; BG-McGhee (unassisted), 9:03; A-Hileman (unassisted), 8:14

Second Half: BG-Carrieri (McGhee), 36:12; A-Hileman (Irwin), 30:32; A-Bryan (unassisted), 18:21

Records: Altoona (4-6), Bishop Guilfoyle (7-6).

Altoona boys roll

Chris Reighard scored four goals in Altoona's 9-0 victory over Bishop Guilfoyle at Mansion Park in high school boys soccer.

Danny Cowan, Caleb Marasco, Joe Cox and Nick Beckel each scored for the Mountain Lions.

Joe Smith was the goalie for Altoona and also scored the final goal.

SCORE BY HALVES

Bishop Guilfoyle0 0 - 0

Altoona 6 3 - 9

First Half: A-Cowan (unassisted), 39:00; A-Reighard (Cowan), 29:00; A-Reighard (unassisted), 24:00; A-Reighard (unassisted), 15:00; A-Marasco (unassisted), 14:00; A-Cox (Allender) 5:00.

Second Half: A-Beckel (Eiman), 35:00; A-Reighard (Cowan), 30:00; A-Smith (Leich), 6:00.

Records: Altoona (6-5-1).

Felix leads Bedford

BEDFORD - Sam Felix scored a pair of goals, and Garrett Thomas had a goal and an assist in Bedford's 4-1 victory over Richland in high school boys soccer.

JV: Bedford, 3-0.

AAHS teams second

STATE COLLEGE - The Altoona Area High School boys and girls varsity cross country teams each came in second place at the State College Varsity Invitational with 30 and 44 points, respectively.

State College took first in both the boys and girls meets with 25 and 23 points, respectively.

For Hollidaysburg, the boys took fourth place with 102, and the girls took third with 85. The Shikellamy boys took third place with 93, and the girls took fourth place with 86.

William Cather of State College was the top boys runner overall with a time of 16:34. Brad Foust of Altoona was second fastest at 16:52. The top runner for Hollidaysburg was Eric Jennings at 17th place with a time of 18:43.

For the girls, Natasha Fedkina of State College was the top runner overall with a time of 19:42. Treicy Cedeno came in second place for Shikellamy at 19:50. Morgan Pensyl was the top runner for Altoona with a time of 20:43, earning her sixth place. The top runner for Hollidaysburg was Emily Ansley in ninth place at 21:24.

Altoona's Joe Uliano won the junior varsity race with a time of 17:38.

BOYS

Teams: 1, SC-State College, 25; 2, A-Altoona, 30; 3, S-Shikellamy, 93; 4, H-Hollidaysburg, 102.

Individuals: 1, Cather, SC, 16:34; 2, Foust, A, 16:52; 3, Stroh, A, 16:53; 4, Adams, SC, 17:00; 5, Golembeski, SC, 17:08; 6, Drago, SC, 17:18; 7, Heasley, A, 17:21; 8, Nail, A, 17:22; 9, Byerle, SC, 17:25; 10, Futrell, A, 17:36; 11, Endress, A, 17:36; 12, Delozier, A, 17:47; 13, Heatwole, SC, 18:03; 14, Curtze, SC, 18:19; 15, Schaffer-Neitz, S, 18:25; 16, Kohl, S, 18:36; 17, Jennings, H, 18:43; 18, Zartman, S, 19:05; 19, Pierce, H, 19:19; 20, Long, H, 19:20; 21, Herbster, S, 19:44; 22, Riggen, H, 19:54; 23, Reed, S, 19:57; 24, Flynn, H, 20:01; 25, Trimble, H, 20:43; 26, Long, H, 23:35.

GIRLS

Teams: 1, SC-State College, 23; 2, A-Altoona, 44; 3, H-Hollidaysburg, 85; 4, S-Shikellamy, 86.

Individuals: 1, Fedkina, SC, 19:42; 2, Cedeno, S, 19:50; 3, Yoder, SC, 20:28; 4, Catalano, SC, 20:31; 5, Almarzooqi, SC, 20:33; 6, Pensyl, A, 20:43; 7, Geist, A, 20:45; 8, Weaver, A, 21:18; 9, Ansley, H, 21:24; 10, Goldfine, SC, 21:42; 11, Sohmer, A, 21:43; 12, Debernardis, A, 22:01; 13, Mhando, SC, 22:09; 14, Scutti, SC, 22:09; 15, Delozier, A, 22:26; 16, Wilkinson, H, 23:34; 17, Houdershel, S, 23:35; 18, Lance, H, 23:36; 19, Baranik, H, 23:40; 20, Love, A, 24:05; 21, Pehowic, S, 24:19; 22, Pontius, S, 24:43; 23, Rosenberger, H, 24:54; 24, Martinez, S, 25:13; 25, Johnson, H, 25:19; 26, Murphy, H, 27:08; 27, Shaw, S, 28:08.

Snyder places 15th

PITTSBURGH - Northern Bedford's Maria Snyder finished 15th out of 175 finishers at the Pittsburgh Central Catholic Cross Country Invitational with a time of 19:42. Brianna Schwartz from Shaler was the top runner in 18:30.

Lady Lions go 3-6

HEMPFIELD - The Altoona Area High School girls volleyball team fell in the quarterfinals of the Black Knight Invitational.

Altoona split with Bethlehem Catholic (18-25, 25-21), lost to Bishop Shanahan (14-25, 22-25), and split with Susquehannock (23-25, 25-18) and Merion Mercy (29-27, 25-27) in pool play. Altoona lost in the quarterfinals against Palmra (19-25) and finished 3-6.

Shannon Albright collected 55 digs for the Lady Lions, and Hannah Moore had 30 kills. Aubrey Hileman chipped in with 52 assists, and Kate Goodman added 22 blocks. Amanda Parrish had 16 service points, and Alexis Koelle scored three aces.

SERVICE POINTS

ALTOONA: Parrish 16, Koelle 12, Goodman 11, Hileman 10, Moore 10, Albright 7, Biesecker 5.

Altoona jayvees win

HEMPFIELD - John McGinley scored on a 1-yard touchdown run in the second quarter and threw a 31-yard TD pass to Sean Steave in the third as Altoona defeated Hempfield, 21-10, in junior varsity football.

Zac McConnell also had a TD run for the Mountain Lions in the first quarter. Altoona is now 5-1.

SCORE BY QUARTERS

Altoona7 7 7 0 - 21

Hempfield0 8 2 0 - 10

A-McConnell 2 run (Metzgar kick).

H-Nearhood 18 pass from Berg (Berg run).

A-McGinley 1 yard run (Metzgar kick).

H-Luciano safety

A-Steave 31 pass from McGinley (Metzgar kick).

Records: Altoona (5-1); Hempfield (5-1).

Hollidaysburg loses

ALLISON PARK - Josh Bickley threw a 31-yard touchdown pass to DeAndrea Mason, but Hollidaysburg was still edged out by Hampton, 15-14, in junior varsity football.

Devin Crawford scored on a 2-yard run in the third quarter for Hollidaysburg, which is now 4-1.

SCORE BY QUARTERS

Hollidaysburg0 7 7 0 - 14

Hampton7 0 0 8 - 15

Ho-Mason 31 pass from Bickley (Miller kick).

Ho-Crawford 2 run (Miller kick).

Records: Hollidaysburg (4-1); Hampton (4-2).

 
 

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