LHAC stars picked
EBENSBURG – Bedford’s unbeaten boys track and field team highlighted the 2013 Laurel Highlands Athletic Conference spring sports all-conference selections.
Steven Stroup and Jacob Wirick were Bedford’s selections, and Brian Creps was the coach of the year.
Other league champions honored were the Bedford baseball team (Luke Campbell and coach Scott Waugerman) and the Penn Cambria softball team (Kelly Yusko and coach Jake Casale).
The following are the various all-conference teams:
Luke Campbell, Bedford; Nathan Neiderhiser, Bishop McCort; Ian Stiffler, Somerset; David Barefoot, Richland; Brett Sammarco, Cambria Heights; Jextin Pugh, Bishop Guilfoyle; Dan Bowman, Central Cambria; Scott Lucas, Bishop Carroll; Bobby Varner, Westmont Hilltop; Spencer Ivock, Forest Hills; Grant Noon, Johnstown; Jake Schwaderer, Penn Cambria
Coacy of the year: Scott Waugerman, Bedford
Steven Stroup, Jacob Wirick, Bedford; Robert Colvin, Joshua Luciew, Richland; Joe Donoughe, Quinn DiFlauro, Forest Hills; Brandon Long, Alex Chiappini, Central Cambria; Tanner Sarver, Jake Close, Somerset; Cody Sabo, Lawrence Cernansky, Westmont Hilltop; Timothy Link, Cody Shaw, Cambria Heights; Damean Barfield, Daniel Barfield, Johnstown; Brody Shuty, Matt Karlheim, Bishop Carroll; Ryan Eckenrod, John Woloschuk, Bishop McCort; Nick Ceschini, EJ Madey, Bishop Guilfoyle; James Mardula, Chad Tsikalas, Penn Cambria
Coach of the year: Brian Creps, Bedford
Brooke Smay, Marlee Schrift, Forest Hills; Alyssa Brandis, Larissa Hunt, Central Cambria; Libby Atterbury, Hannah Dorian, Westmont Hilltop; Jayna Coyle, Makenzie McKee, Somerset; Shannon O’Reilly, Tahlyn Miller, Bishop McCort; Carrie Baker, Jalissa Snyder, Bedford; Kaitlyn Cunningham, Leah Gray, Cambria Heights; Kelci Warshel, Maddison Feather, Richland; Kristen Rogers, Elizabeth Chobany, Johnstown; Arlee Simendinger, Carly Petney, Penn Cambria; Meghan McCall, Kristina Slobodnik, Bishop Guilfoyle; Carrie D’Andrea, Kelly Deskavich, Bishop Carroll
Coach of the year: Tom Hunter, Forest Hills
Kelly Yusko, Penn Cambria; Amber Maurer, Johnstown; Nicole Mihalik, Richland; Brooke Mento, Bishop Carroll; Lindsay Kosicki, Cambria Heights; Alyssa Miller, Westmont Hilltop; Katie Acker, Somerset; Lexi Murin, Central Cambria; Ricki Conrad, Bishop McCort; Kayla Makin, Forest Hills; Alyssa Turkovich, Bedford; Allison Worley, Bishop Guilfoyle
Coach of the year: Jake Casale, Penn Cambria
Jack Bittner, Bedford; Nick Centar, Bishop Guilfoyle; Gap Barbin, Bishop McCort; Adam Trexler, Central Cambria; Nick Goldyn, Forest Hills; Tyler Varner, Johnstown; Jacob Lushko, Richland; Lennert Temur, Somerset; Jeremy Burnheimer, Westmont Hilltop
Coach of the year: Mike Kush, Westmont Hilltop
Ketrow shut out
JOHNSTOWN – Austin McMonagle had two hits, but Ketrow Insurance fell to OA Orthopedics, 8-0, in a AAABA game at Point Stadium Tuesday.
Logan Fluke and Greg Martin combined for the shutout for OA Ortho.
A complete box was not reported to the Mirror.
KETROW INSURANCE (0): Slagenweit cf 301, Conrad dh 300, Baker 1b 301, E. Miller 3b 200, J. Miller lf 301, Hoover ss 300, Russell rf 100, Steele rf 201, McMonagle 2b 302, Sell p 000. Totals – 23-0-6.
OA ORTHOPEDICS (8): Corl ss 321, Beiler 2b 321, Kaminsky cf 212, Miller c 201, Mayhugh dh 311, Barron rf 300, Davis cf 201, Donaldson 1b 310, Bracken 3b 311, Fluke p 000, Martin p 000. Totals – 24-8-8.
SCORE BY INNINGS
Ketrow Insurance000 000 0-0 6 2
OA Orthopedics102 050 X-8 8 0
WP-Fluke. LP-Sell. SO-Sell 3, Fluke 7.
Records: Ketrow Insurance (1-3).
HOLLIDAYSBURG – Jacob Plunkett and Dylan Benton combined for six innings pitched, allowing just four hits in Gority Builders’ rout of Club GT, 13-3, in an Area 4 VFW 13-14 year-old game.
Johnny Gority drove in three runs for Gority Builders, while Trevor Miller chipped in three hits.
GORITY BUILDERS 13, CLUB GT 3: Multiple hits – Miller 3, Plunkett 2, DelBaggio 2(GB). WP-Plunkett. LP-Storm. SO-Plunkett, Storm 4.
Records: Club GT (9-3); Gority Builders (8-4).
Cumming Motors wins
HOLLIDAYSBURG – Jason Adams had a triple and added an RBI for Cumming Motors as it defeated Crossroads, 11-1, in six innings of Area 4 VFW 13-14 action.
Nick Villano and Zach Reidell added two hits each for Cumming Motors, while Caleb Marasco struck out five while earning the victory.
CUMMING MOTORS 11, CROSSROADS 1: Multiple hits – Villano 2, Reidell 2 (CM). WP-Marasco. LP-Molliver. SO-Marasco 5, Molliver.
Records: Cumming Motors (7-3).