Bishop Carroll shuts out Central

MARTINSBURG – Nick Lutz and C.J. Wiewiora scored goals, and Mitchell Hogue registered a shutout in goal as Bishop Carroll topped Central, 2-0, in high school boys soccer Saturday.

Bishop Carroll improved to 8-6.


Bishop Carroll2 0 – 2

Central 0 0 – 0

First Half: BC-Lutz (unassisted), 1:00; BC-Wiewiora (Karlheim), 39:00.

Records: Bishop Carroll (8-6); Central (6-5).


Mifflin County0

LEWISTOWN – Altoona scored three second-half goals, and goalkeeper Joe Smith made five saves in a shutout of winless Mifflin County.

Kristian Mirenda scored in the first half, and Danny Cowan, James McCaulley and Chad Allender scored in the second.

Altoona is now 8-4.


Altoona1 3 – 4

Mifflin County 0 0 – 0

First Half: A-Mirenda (Good).

Second Half: A-D. Cowan (M. Cowan); McCaulley (Allender); Allender (penalty kick).

Records: Altoona (8-4); Mifflin County (0-14).


Tussey Mountain3

TYRONE – The Tyrone girls scored five goals in the second half to beat Tussey Mountain and improve to 8-6.

Tussey (4-8) led 2-1 at the break, thanks to goals from Samantha Coffman and Courtney Rupert. Carrie Vance scored two of her three goals in the second half to spark the Lady Eagles’ comeback.

Marissa Panasiti added two goals for the winners.


Tussey Mountain2 1 – 3

Tyrone 1 5 – 6

First Half: TM-Rupert (unassisted), 32:26; T-Vance (Raftery), 31:39; TM-Coffman (unassisted), 4:26

Second Half: T-Vance (unassisted), 39:40; T-Panasiti (Voyzey), 24:24; T-Panasiti (Wilson), 21:04; T-Walls (unassisted), 16:46; TM-Rupert (unassisted), TM-Vance (unassisted), 7:05.

Records: Tussey Mountain (4-8), Tyrone (8-6)


Mountain Lions win title

GROVE CITY – The Altoona boys cross country team competed at the Grove City Invitational for the first time ever in school history and made a good first impression, winning the event among a field of 14 teams.

Brad Foust led Altoona, taking fourth in 16:45, while Dominic Stroh was fifth in 16:50. The Lions took the 11-13 spots, thanks to Jerrod Sunderland (17.04), Mitch Endress (17:07) and Kyle Heasley (17:08).

“The day was a great one for the team,” Altoona coach Lee Baranik said. “Brad and Dominic worked as a team among the top 10, while Jerrod, Mitch and Kyle did their part as they kept our score low by finishing together.”

Grove City’s Aaron Benka won the race in 16:08. Also competing for Altoona were Joe Uliano (17:40, 26) and Kevin Smith (33, 18:03)

On the girls side, Altoona finished sixth in the 16-team field. The Lady Lions were led by Ali Conrad, who took 10th in 20:52. Brianne Geist was 22nd (21:31) while Diana DeBernardis finished 31st (22:10). Ellie Sohmer was 36th (22:26). Also competing were Alessandra Fama (22:52, 45), Shaelyn Imler (23:20, 51) and Casidy Weyandt (24:16, 60).

In the junior varsity race, the Altoona boys took second as a team. The Lions were led by Cody Kelly, who won the race in 18:02. The Altoona girls team won and were led by Zoe Delozier, who took third in 23:12.

Simendinger takes first place

RIDGWAY – Penn Cambria’s Arlee Simendinger took first place in the 19-team Ridgway Invitational in 20:10, and teammate Sara Clauto finished in seventh in 21:13. The Lady Panthers finished in fifth place.

The PC boys team finished in fifth place. They were led by Garrett Sutton, who was sixth in 17:35, and Drew Slatko-Wilt, who was 15th in 18:55.


Golden Tigers beat Hampton

HOLLIDAYSBURG – Zack Kovach scored on a 12-yard run with about 4:30 left in the game to give Hollidaysburg a 19-13 win over previously unbeaten Hampton in junior varsity football at Tiger Stadium.

Hollidaysburg’s Mitch Augustine ran for a touchdown and threw a 38-yard TD pass to Seth August. The Golden Tigers had five interceptions and three fumble recoveries.


Hampton7 0 6 0 – 13

Hollidaysburg6 0 7 6 – 19

HO-Augustine 1 run (kick failed)

HA-Smith 30 pass reception (kick good)

HA-Long 8 run (kick failed)

HO-Aungst 38 pass from Augustine (Augustine kick)

HO-Kovach 12 run (kick failed)

Records: Hampton (5-1), Hollidaysburg (4-2)


Altoona wins title

BRADFORD – Altoona’s girls junior varsity volleyball team won the Bradford JV Volleyball Invitational, going 11-1 in the tournament.

The Lady Spikers split with Otto-Eldred in pool play and beat Ridgway, Bradford and St. Marys before topping Smethport, 25-21, 25-15, in the semifinals.

Altoona beat Elk County Catholic, 25-11, 25-22, in the championship behind 19 kills and eight blocks from Rachel Borst.

Lauren Wilt and Alyssa Fasolo each had 10 aces for Altoona, and Wilt finished with a team-high 36 service points. Lydia Greaser added 55 assists.


ALTOONA: Wilt 36, Fasolo 29, Greaser 26, Noll 20, Borst 18, Puhatch 9, CLawson 5, Cover 4, Simington 3, Harpster 2, Wineland 1.