Pirates fall to St. Joe’s

Local digest

WILLIAMSBURG — Williamsburg won the third and fourth sets, but fell, 25-21, 25-20, 17-25, 22-25, 15-8, to Saint Joseph’s Catholic Academy in high school girls volleyball action on Wednesday.

Ana Legaspi had 16 kills for the Lady Wolves, who improved to 5-7.

Williamsburg’s Olivia England had 19 kills and 13 digs, and Emily Smith had 13 digs for the Lady Pirates.


SAINT JOSEPH’S: Legaspi 1, Griggs 1, Weiss 1, Helfer 1, Memurprie 4.

WILLIAMSBURG: England 10, Hostler 3, Gunnett 7, Kensinger 7, Kite 7, Clouser 3.

Records: Saint Joseph’s (5-7); Williamsburg (0-14).

Panthers beaten

WILLOW HILL — Fannett-Metal received two unassisted goals from Billy Peppernick in the first half and another from Matt Peppernick in a 5-0 win over visiting Northern Bedford in high school boys soccer.

Brandon Winegardner and Noah Buzualak scored the final two goals for Fannett-Metal, which improved to 5-7-1.


Northern Bedford 0 0 — 0

Fannett-Metal 3 2 — 5

First half: FM–M. Peppernick (unassisted), 4:45; FM–B. Peppernick (unassisted), 17:59; FM–B. Peppernick (unassisted), 23:24.

Second half: FM–Winegardner (unassisted), :15; FM–Buzualak (unassisted), 10:26.

Records: Northern Bedford (0-10); Home (5-7-2).

Tomahawk at Army

JOHNSTOWN — The Johnstown Tomahawks, members of the North American Hockey League, announced the commitment of defenseman Andrew Quetell to play Division I hockey at Army for the 2019-2020 season.

Quetell, a Cleveland native, is in his second season with the Tomahawks after returning to the club in September after a stint in the United States Hockey League.

He has suited up for 64 career games, earning one goal and 13 assists.

“I couldn’t be happier for Andrew and his family on his commitment to Army West Point,” coach Mike Letizia said. “He is an outstanding hockey player, but more importantly a fantastic person. He has a great attitude every day and is such a low maintenance person to coach, never asks for anything special, just comes to the rink every day and gets to work.”