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Dongell’s late goal lifts Lady Tigers to win

October 14, 2012
The Altoona Mirror

HOLLIDAYSBURG - Mikayla Dongell scored on an Anne Mielnik pass with 21:17 to go in the game as Hollidaysburg beat Hempfield, 3-2, Saturday afternoon in high school girls soccer action.

Hollidaysburg, which led 2-1 at the break, got another goal from Dongell and one from Michele Muir. The win improved the Lady Tigers to 10-7, while Hempfield fell to 5-11-1.


Hempfield1 1 - 2

Hollidaysburg 2 1 - 3

First Half: HE - Lonzo (unassisted), 37:57; H - Muir (Dongell), 28:57; H - Dongell (Madera), :16.

Second Half: HE - Lonzo (unassisted), 39:41; H - Dongell (Mielnik), 21:17.

Records: Hollidaysburg (10-7), Hempfield (5-11-1)

Lady Lions shut out twice

McALISTERVILLE - The Altoona high school girls soccer team was shut out by Lewisburg (3-0) and Milton (3-0) in the East Juniata tournament.



Altoona0 0 - 0

Lewisburg 3 0 - 3

First Half: L - Cole (unassisted); L - Gargano (unassisted); L - Facer (unassisted).

Second Half: .

Records: Altoona (5-8).



Altoona0 0 - 0

Milton 1 2 - 0

First Half: M - Drouse (Mollica).

Second Half: M - Mollica (unassisted); M - Brennan (unassisted).

Records: Altoona (5-9).

Golden Eagles edge Carroll

TYRONE - Kyle Bartlett scored Tyrone's game-winning goal in a 1-0 win over Bishop Carroll in boys high school soccer. He was assisted by Alex Bartlett.

Tyrone is now 8-5-3.


Bishop Carroll0 0 - 0

Tyrone 1 0 - 1

First Half: T - K. Bartlett (A. Bartlett), 31:14.

Records: Tyrone (8-5-3).

Altoona finishes third

GREENSBURG - The Altoona JV girls volleyball team finished third in pool play at the Black Knight Invitational at Hempfield High School.

The Lady Spikers played a total of four teams with two sets each. They ended the invitational with a record of 3-5. Altoona lost both matches against Cumberland Valley (17-25, 22-25) and Wilson (28-30, 18-25), but then won both tof its sets against Warwick (25-23, 25-19). They then split against Garden Spot, 22-25, 25-20.

Andrea Parrish lead the way for Altoona with 20 service points, 15 kills and six aces. Rachel Dibert chipped in with 12 blocks and 43 digs. Marena Simington had 37 digs.


ALTOONA: Parrish 20, Dibert 15, Fasolo 14, Abram 13, Kreuz 13, Noll 8, Detwiler 3, Cover 2, Wilt 1.

Teams tie at Summit

CRESSON - There was a two-way tie for first in the fall three-man scramble tournament at the Summit Country Club. Dave DeGol Sr., Dave DeGol Jr. and Bruno DeGol's team carded a 60, as well as Artie Fink Jr., Tim Noye and Rob Hippo.

Two teams also tied for third. Brett Smith, Tom Angle and Paul Cooney hit a 63, was also scored by Doug Fogel, Steve Dupirack and Charlie Norten.

Leaders winner crowned

HOLLIDAYSBURG - Jim Foreman, Steve Foreman, Bob Bilger and Tim Cherry's team came in first place with 23 points in the Leaders Division on Saturday at the Scotch Valley Country Club. Dennis DeGol, Jordan Kirsch, Bryan James and Ron Hinish came in second, carding a 19.5.

In the Legends Division, David DeGold, Marty Finklestine, Ron Miller and Jim Barner got to first place with 27 points. In second, Tim Cooper, Travis Cooper, Adam Landrin and Todd Banks scored 20.

Turkey Trot to be held

The third annual Geisinger Turkey Trot 5K Walk and Fun Run will be held on Saturday, Nov. 17, at 9 a.m., at three locations across Pennsylvania.

The races will begin at Geisinger Medical Center, Hospital for Advanced Medicine in Danville; Geisinger Wyoming Valley in Wilkes-Barre and Gray's Woods Clinic in Port Matilda.

The cost is $15 for pre-registered runners and $20 for day-of registration. Pre-registered runners will receive a race T-shirt. Proceeds from the Turkey Trot benefit Children's Miracle Network at Geisinger.

The funds raised by this event will help to provide pediatric equipment, programs and services at Janet Weis Children's Hospital and throughout Geisinger Health System.

Registration and waiver forms can be obtained by visiting or by calling 1-800-322-5437.

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