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Soccer roundup

September 10, 2013
The Altoona Mirror

Delaney Myrick tallied three goals to help Bishop Guilfoyle top Richland, 5-2, in high school girls soccer at Tom Irwin Field on Monday night.

Maria Ruggery and Mikayla Mignogna each added a goal for BG, and Alyssa McGhee had three assists.

"Overall, it was a real test to show where we were,'' BG coach Harry McGhee said. "The team stepped up and played great possession soccer and was patient at all positions.''

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Mirror photo by Patrick Waksmunski
Bishop Guilfoyle’s Alyssa McGhee heads a shot past Richland’s Molly Unger.


Richland1 1-2

Bishop Guilfoyle 3 2-5

First Half: BG-Myrick (McGhee), 1:56; BG-Ruggery (McGhee), 4:18; R-Hill (unassisted), 16:29; BG-Myrick (McGhee), 37:04.

Second Half: BG-Mignogna (unassisted), 25:22; BG-Myrick (DeLeo), 31:52; R-Meyer (35:02).

Records: Richland (2-1); Bishop Guilfoyle (3-0).


Cambria Heights2

PATTON - Chandler Marteeny and Lexi Pucci scored two goals apiece to lead Somerset to a Laurel Highlands Athletic Conference victory over Cambria Heights.

Somerset burst out to a 5-1 lead after one half in improving to 3-1. Cambria Heights (2-2) got goals from Taylor Forsythe and Megan Dillon.


Somerset5 3 - 8

Cambria Heights 1 1 - 2

First Half: 1, S-Marteeny (unassisted). 2, S-Martenny (unassisted). 3, S-Pucci (unassisted). 4, S-Pucci (unassisted). 5, S-Peters (unassisted). 6, CH-Dillon (unassisted).

Second Half: 1, S-Sembower (unassisted). 2, CH-Forsythe (Hoover). 3, S-McKinley (unassisted). 4, S-Dickey (unassisted).

Records: Somerset (3-1); Cambria Heights (2-2).

Bishop McCort7

Penn Cambria2

CRESSON - Bishop McCort defeated Penn Cambria, and Alexis Regula scored a hat trick for the Lady Crushers.

Bishop McCort scored five goals in the second half to break open the game.

Penn Cambria's Kaitlyn Krug scored the first goal.


Bishop McCort2 5 - 7

Penn Cambria 1 1 - 2

First Half: PC-Krug (unassisted), 24:13; BM-Regula (unassisted), 21:34. BM-Regula (unassisted), 1:25.

Second Half: BM-Thomas (unassisted), 38:17; PC-Slovikosky (unassisted), 22:37; BM-Seitz (unassisted), 23:55; BM-Popovich (unassisted), 23:30; BM-Thomas (unassisted), 9:48; BM-Regula (unassisted), 8:51.

Record: Penn Cambria (0-3).

Bishop Carroll7


EBENSBURG - Paisley Zatek collected three goals and an assist to lead Bishop Carroll past Johnstown. The win was the first for new Bishop Carroll head coach Chris Rozinsky.

The Lady Huskies improved to 1-2, and Johnstown dropped to 0-3.


Bishop Carroll4 3 - 7

Johnstown0 2 - 2

First Half: BC-Zatek (Holtz), 34:29; BC-Sammarco (unassisted), 32:13; BC-Deskevich (unassisted), 26:11; BC-Zatek (unassisted), 11:35.

Second Half: J-Allen (unassisted), 35:26; BC-D'Andrea (Schall), 29:38; J-Fleck (unassisted), 28:29; BC-Sherry (Zatek), 25:00; BC-Zatek (Sherry), 17:40.

Forest Hills3


SIDMAN - Jordan McIntosh scored two goals to help Forest Hills hand Bedford its first loss.

"We simply got outplayed,'' Bedford coach Barrett Schrock said. "Forest Hills was consistently the better team tonight.''


Bedford0 0 - 0

Forest Hills 2 1 - 3

First Half: FH-Peretin, 2:21; FH-McIntosh, 36:22.

Second Half: FH-McIntosh, 3:28.

Records: Bedford (2-1).


Conemaugh Twp.0

HOLLIDAYSBURG - Emily Brown scored two goals to help Hollidaysburg improve to 4-2, thanks to a win over Conemaugh Township.

Peyton Civils got the shutout in goal for the Lady Tigers, who also got a goal from Ariana Kriebel.


Conemaugh Township0 0 - 0

Hollidaysburg 3 0 - 3

First Half: H-E. Brown (unassisted), 1:06; H-Kriebel (Ellis), 7:19; H-E. Brown (unassisted), 32:00

Records: Hollidaysburg (4-2), Conemaugh Township (2-2).

Central Mountain1


MILL HALL - Altoona lost a match to Central Mountain in the rain. Altoona fell to 1-2.


Altoona0 0 - 0

Central Mountain 0 1 - 1

First Half: No scoring.

Second Half: CM-Leone (unassisted), 33:53.

Records: Altoona (1-2).

Great Commission4

Huntingdon Calvary0

Great Commission got two goals from Megan Stuart in its win over Huntingdon Calvary Christian at the Leipold Field.

Goalie Sarah Clark got the shutout for the Lady Bears (3-1-1).


Huntingdon Calvary0 0 - 0

Great Commission 2 2 - 2

First Half: GC-Pepper (unassisted), 21:38; GC-Stuart (Johnson), 6:02

Second Half: GC-Stuart (Johnson), 39:31; GC-Johnson (unassisted), 37:50.

Records: Great Commission (3-1-1).



Mifflin County1

HOLLIDAYSBURG - Hollidaysburg defeated Mifflin County, 6-1, to improve to 5-1 in boys soccer action.

The Golden Tigers scored four goals in the second half.

Eric Miller had a goal and an assist for Hollidaysburg. The Golden Tigers were balanced on offense, with six different players scoring goals.


Mifflin County1 0 - 1

Hollidaysburg 2 4 - 6

First Half: H-Terchanik (E. Miller), 16:57; MC-Neff (unassisted), 12:57; H-T. Miller (unassisted), 1:29.

Second Half: H-E. Miller (penalty), 36:17; H-Obeid (unassisted), 30:27; H-Hanlon (penalty), 13:21; H-Burkett (Alkhafaji), 11:52.

Records: Mifflin County (0-4); Hollidaysburg (5-1).


Bishop McCort2

Kristian Mirenda scored two goals and added an assist to power Altoona to a victory over Bishop McCort at Mansion Park.

Danny Cowan added two goals for the Mountain Lions, now 3-2.

Connor Hagins and Steve Ingram scored unassisted goals for Bishop McCort.


Bishop McCort2 0 - 2

Altoona 2 2 - 4

First Half: A-Mirenda (Allender), 39:14; BM-Hagins (unassisted), 31:00; A-Cowan (Mirenda), 27:00; BM-Ingram (unassisted), 25:00.

Second Half: A-Cowan (penalty kick), 22:00; A-Mirenda (Good), 5:00.

Records: Bishop McCort (3-1); Altoona (3-2).



HUNTINGDON - Alex Bartlett, Zach Friday, Nic Mallory and Bobby Dawson scored goals to help Tyrone down Huntingdon in a Mountain League game.

Seth Greenfield and Matt Wilson scored for Huntingdon.


Tyrone2 2 - 4

Huntingdon 1 1 - 2

First Half: T-Bartlett (unassisted), 1:00; T-Friday (unassisted), 19:25; H-Greenfield (penalty kick), 25:15.

Second Half: T-Mallory (Bartlett), 12:45; T-Dawson (DeAngelo), 28:35; H-Wilson (unassisted), 35:55.

Records: Tyrone (4-1 overall; 3-1 in Mountain League).


Penns Valley1

ROARING SPRING - Central scored three second-half goals to beat Penns Valley and improve to 3-0.

Jacob Mellott scored two goals and had one assist for the Dragons.

Central trailed at the half after Penns Valley's Robert Stattel scored on a rebound. Central's Rodolfo Santos sealed the win with a late goal in the second half.


Penns Valley1 0 - 1

Central 0 3 - 3

First Half: PV-Stattel (unassisted), 16:06.

Second Half: C-Mellott (unassisted), 41:12; C-Mellott (Johnston), 45:09;

C-Santos (Mellott), 48:11.

Records: Central (3-0), Penns Valley (0-3).

Northern Beford5


HYNDMAN - Coltin Ebersole scored the opening goal and added two assists to help Northern Bedford defeat Hyndman. Jonas Bequeath also had a goal and two assists.

Five different players scored for Northern Bedford. Josh Hiquet scored the first goal of the second half for Hyndman.


Northern Beford3 2 - 5

Hyndman 0 2 - 2

First Half: NB-Ebersole (Bequeath), 9:58; NB-Sherlock (Ebersole); NB-Childers (Bequeath); 22:42.

Second Half: H-Hiquet (Stair), 11:13; NB-Eckenroad (unassisted), 14:24; NB-Bequeath (Ebersole), 18:51; H-Shoemaker (unassisted), 38:41.

Records: Northern Bedford (2-1); Hyndman (1-3).

Bishop Carroll6


JOHNSTOWN - Alex Gruss scored three goals and assisted on two others to power Bishop Carroll to a win over Johnstown.

Matt Karlheim had a goal and two assists for BC, now 1-2, and Ed Hegemann and Colin Shable added goals.


Bishop Carroll3 3 - 6

Johnstown 0 1 - 1

First Half: BC-Karlheim (unassisted), 1:45; BC-Gruss (Karlheim), 13:10; BC-Hegemann (Gruss), 27:30.

Second Half: BC-Shable (Gruss), 43:18; J-Steele (penalty kick), 45:29; BC-Gruss (Karlheim), 67:01; BC-Gruss (unassisted), 74:00.

Records: Bishop Carroll (1-2); Johnstown (0-3).


Forest Hills0

BEFORD - Sebastien Jene-Aluja scored five goals to lead Bedford to a romp over Forest Hills. Lalo Munez also scored three goals for Bedford. Garrett Thomas added two goals and two assists for the Bisons.

JV: Bedford, 7-2.

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