BELLWOOD - Emily Nagle had three hits and two RBIs as Bellwood-Antis defeated Tyrone 15-0 in four innings to improve to 2-0 in high school softball Saturday.
Laycee Clark had two hits, including a triple, and Jacqueline Finn had two hits, including a double, for the winners. Clark and Finn each had two RBIs. Taylor Shildt struck out eight while limiting Tyrone to two hits. Shildt also had two hits.
SCORE BY INNINGS
Tyrone000 0xx x - 0 2 5
Bellwood060 9xx x - 15 13 1
2B-Finn (BA). 3B-Clark (BA). Multiple Hits-Nagle 3, Finn 2, Clark 2, Shildt 2 (BA). RBI-Nagle 2, Finn 2, Clark 2, Wolfe, Showalter, Convery, McElwain, Dennis (BA). WP-Shildt. LP-Tepsic. SO-Shildt 8 (BA); Tepsic 1 (T). BB-Tepsic 2, Baran 1 (T)
Records: Bellwood-Antis (2-0), Tyrone (0-1).
B-A tops Tyrone
TYRONE - Bellwood-Antis defeated Tyrone, 9-2, in high school baseball behind strong performances from Casey Gray and Zach Mock.
Gray pitched five innings, struck out eight and walked no one. Mock drove in two runs, and Gray also added two RBIs as the Blue Devils improved to 2-0.
BELLWOOD-ANTIS (9): Stapleton cf 321, Luensmann ss-1b 231, Gray p-ss 311, Creppage c 402, Hollen cr 010, Brunner cr 010, Snyder 1b-2b 311, Mock lf-p 301, Zitterbart 3b 300, Kline rf 400, Burns 2b 300, McCracken lf 100. Totals - 29-9-6.
TYRONE (2): Miller cf-p 311, Dorminy 3b-ss 401, Lingafelt ss-p 301, Wirtner c 000, Albright dh 300, N. Soellner 2b 300, Focht 1b 301, Steinbugl pr 000, Politza lf-cf 300, Brenneman rf 200, Shetler rf 100, Sprankle p 000, Z. Soellner 3b-1b 312. Totals - 28-2-6.
SCORE BY INNINGS
Bellwood-Antis240 100 2 - 9 6 2
Tyrone000 020 0 - 2 6 2
E-Luensmann, Mock, Lingafelt, N. Soellner. RBI-Gray 2, Mock 2, Creppage, Snyder, Dorminy. WP-Gray. LP-Sprankle. SO-Gray 8, Sprankle 1, Lingafelt 3, Miller 2. BB-Sprankle 4, Lingafelt 1.
Records: Bellwood-Antis (2-0); Tyrone (0-1).
Altoona goes 8-2
BERWYN - The Altoona Area High School boys volleyball team went 8-2 at the Buckskins Classic at Conestoga Valley High School.
The Mountain Lions made it to the semifinals before falling to Cocalico, 25-23, 25-20. Altoona bested Lancaster Mennonite (25-22, 26-24), New Oxford (25-13, 25-16), Eastern York (25-16, 25-19) and Berks Catholic (25-12, 25-20).
Kody Clawson led Altoona with 21 service points and 35 digs to go with 27 blocks from Josh Huber, 32 kills from Brett Koelle, 29 service points and 20 digs from Josh Over and 25 service points from Eric Wineland.
The Altoona JVs won their tournament with a 12-1 record. Danny Over had 29 service points and 48 assists for the Lions.
Clawson 21, Huber 11, Borst 13, Koelle 16, Wineland 25, Over 29.
BG finishes ninth
WEXFORD - Bishop Guilfoyle Catholic finished ninth in the 18-team field of the North Allegheny Tournament boys volleyball tournament after losing to Our Lady of Sacred Heart, 25-19.
In the first round of pool play, the Marauders lost to Seneca Valley, 25-18, 25-18, split with Montour, 23-25, 25-15 and defeated Our Lady of Sacred Heart, 25-23.
In the second round, BG defeated Pine Richland, 25-21, 25-18 and Seneca Valley, 25-22, 27-25 before losing to Ambridge, 23-25, 20-25 and Fox Chapel, 20-25, 23-25.
Ben Kasun had 23 service points, 108 assists, 13 kills and 10 blocks. Jamey Brumbaugh added 51 digs and 21 service points. Sam Keating had 26 service points and 31 kills, and Damon Rickens had 34 kills and 13 service points.
BISHOP GUILFOYLE: Keating 26, Kasun 23, Brumbaugh 21, Welteroth 20, Hurd 14, Rickens 13, Little 4, Burke 1.
Fed needs manager
The George B. Kelley Baseball Federation is looking for a person to manage the Hollidaysburg entry in the league this season.
If interested, call 312-8095 or 944-8567.
St. Rose in final
The Altoona/Johnstown and Harrisburg entries will meet in the championship game of the Catholic Youth Organization Grade School Basketball Tournament today.
The St. Rose of Lima Crusaders of Altoona/Johnstown faces the St. Theresa Saints of Harrisburg at 1:30 p.m. today at the Bishop Guilfoyle Catholic High School gymnasium.
St. Rose defeated Erie St. George on Saturday, 59-53, in the semifinals, and Harrisburg topped Philadelphia St. Mary Magdalen, 42-24.