Michina shines at Shippensburg

Scholastic digest

SHIPPENSBURG — Penn Cambria senior Lauren Michina enjoyed a big day Saturday at the 92nd annual Jack Roddick Invitational at Shippensburg University in high school track and field.

Michina won the Class 2A girls triple jump with a leap of 36 feet, 10 inches and also finished second in the high jump and long jump. Michina’s teammate, Lyric Janosik, won the long jump with a distance of 17-6.5.

The Penn Cambria girls finished fourth in 2A, which was won by Fairfield.

Also in 2A, Everett’s Kaitlyn Maxwell won the 400-meter dash in 59.12 seconds and finished second in the 100. The Bedford girls had two third-place finishes — Jaden Fuller in the 200 dash and Ashley Ferguson in the 300 hurdles.

Chestnut Ridge finished second in the Class 2A boys team race to Danville. Tyrone was fifth, and Tussey Mountain was 10th.

Duane Knisley led the Ridge boys with a first-place finish in the discus with a throw of 147-2. Teammate Levi Hobson was third.

Other Ridge top performers were Scotty Miller (second, pole vault), Noah Dillow (second, long jump), Levi Snyder (second, 110 hurdles) and Phillip Dull (third, high jump).

Tyrone was led by Joe Kohler, who won the 800 run in 2:00.90. The Golden Eagles’ Zach Kohler was third in the 1600 run, and Nick Vasbinder was third in the triple jump.

Evan Germaux led Tussey with a first-place finish in the 200 dash in 23.03, was second in the 100 dash and helped the Tussey 400 relay team finish third.

Penn Cambria’s Tyler Weigand won the 2A javelin with a throw of 167-11, and the Bishop Guilfoyle 400 relay team finished second.

State College won both the 3A boys and girls titles. Altoona did not send its team, but Tyler Delozier competed in the pole vault and finished second. Hollidaysburg’s Darcie Frazier had a fourth-place finish in the 3A girls long jump.

AAA BOYS

TEAMS: 1, State College 85; 2, Penn Manor 56; 3, Mechanicsburg 55. Also: 26, A–Altoona 8; 45, H–Hollidaysburg 1.

400 relay: 8, Hollidaysburg (Barr, Allison, Howe, Molliver), 3:38.15. Pole vault: 2, Delozier, A, 14-6.

AA BOYS

TEAMS: 1, Danville 69; 2, CR–Chestnut Ridge 65; 3, Boiling Springs 60. Also: 5, T–Tyrone 36.5; 10, TM–Tussey Mountain 29; 16, BG–Bishop Guilfoyle 18; 24, BD–Bedford 12.5; 25, PC–Penn Cambria 10; 33, E–Everett 1.5.

100 dash: 2, Germaux, TM, 11.16; 4, Sankey, BG, 11.37. 200 dash: 1, Germaux, TM, 23.03. 400 dash: 7, Sumner, TM, 54.27. 800 run: 1, J. Kohler, T, 2:00.90. 1600 run: 3, Z. Kohler, T, 4:33.78; 6, J. Kohler, T, 4:40.64. 3200 run: 4, Z. Kohler, T, 10:10.43. 110 hurdles: 2, Snyder, CR, 15.72; 6, Crocker, CR, 17.22. 300 hurdles: 6, Crocker, CR, 42.85.

400 relay: 2, Bishop Guilfoyle, 44.79; 3, Tussey Mountain, 44.85; 4, Chestnut Ridge, 45.68; 7, Bedford, 46.00. 1600 relay: 7, Bedford, 3:43.02. High jump: 3, Dull, CR, 6-2; 6, Pfister, CR, 5-10; 7, (tie), Clingerman, E, and Meredith, T, 5-8. Long jump: 2, Dillow, CR, 20-6.75; 4, Vasbinder, T, 19-6.5; 7, Dawson, Bd, 19-3.5. Triple jump: 3, Vasbinder, T, 41-8.5; 6, Snyder, CR, 39-10.5; 7, Dawson, BD, 39-8.5. Shot put: 7, Knisley, CR, 44-11.5. Discus: 1, Knisley, CR, 147-2; 3, Hobson, CR, 142-2. Javelin: 1, T. Weigand, PC, 167-11; 4, Liebel, BG, 154-1; 6, Weist, TM, 147-11. Pole vault: 2, Miller, CR, 12-6; 4, Lingsch, BD, 12-0.

AAA GIRLS

TEAMS: 1, State College 84; 2, Carlisle 47.5; 3, Selinsgrove 45. Also: 22, H–Hollidaysburg 14.33

200 dash: 8, Frazier, H, 26.66. 400 relay: 4, Hollidaysburg, 4:12.40. High jump: 8, Jodon, H, 4-10. Long jump: 4, Frazier, H, 17-5.25. Javelin: 6, Wright, H, 108-10.

AA GIRLS

TEAMS: 1, Fairfield 75; 2, Greenwood 73.5; 3, Trinity 51.5. Also: 4, PC–Penn Cambria 47; 12, BD–Bedford 30; 14, E–Everett 24; 23, T–Tyrone 6; 26, CR–Chestnut Ridge 3; 28, TM–Tussey Mountain 2.

100 dash: 2, Maxwell, E, 13.33. 200 dash: 3, Fuller, BD, 27.60; 7, Molosky, TM, 28.20. 400 dash: 1, Maxwell, E, 59.12; 6, Seifert, BD, 1:03.10. 800 run: 7, Pittman, BD, 2:31.07. 100 hurdles: 5, Ferguson, BD, 17.47; 7, Wagner, T, 18.21. 300 hurdles: 3, Ferguson, BD,49.51.

400 relay: 5, Bedford, 53.48. High jump: 2, Michina, PC, 5-2; 4, Fuller, BD, 5-0. Long jump: 1, Janosik, PC, 17-6.5; 2, Michina, PC, 17-1.25; 6, Fusco, T, 15-6; 8, Ketterman, E, 15-3. Triple jump: 1, Michina, PC, 36-10; 3, Janosik, PC, 34-7; 4, Ketterman, E, 34-3.5; 8, Fusco, T, 32-2. Shot put: 6, Callihan, CR, 30-11. Discus: 4, Burkett, PC, 99-1 .

Oravecz wins 100 dash

ARMAGH — Portage’s Blake Oravecz raced to a first-place finish in the 100-meter dash in the 15-team Appalachian Track and Field Invitational at United High School.

Oravecz won in 11.72 seconds. He also teamed with Tyler Spaid, Dominic Gallo and Scott Berardinelli won finish fourth in the 400 relay in 47.91. Spaid also placed fourth in the 110 hurdles (17.45) and sixth in the 300 hurdles (45.84), and Josh Krumenacker was fifth in the 800 run (2:15.24).

The Portage boys finished in eighth place with Ligonier Valley claiming first. United won the girls meet with Northern Cambria 11th and Portage 12th.

Northern Cambria’s Briana Zernick finished second in the pole vault (8 feet, 6 inches) and fourth in the 100 hurdles (18.25). NC’s Angela Sheredy was third in the discus (90-8).

Kasey Chobany led the Portage girls with a third-place finish in the 800 (2:39.38), fourth-place finish in the 400 (1:04.35) and a sixth-place finish in the 400 relay with Megan Semanchik, Lakin Kalinoski and Caitlyn Papcun (55.66). Kalinoski was sixth in the high jump (4-8).

Altoona third

PITTSBURGH — Altoona finished third overall in the 13-team 42nd Plum Invitational in high school boys volleyball.

The Lions topped Plum, 25-10, and Steel Valley, 25-11, and lost to Bethel Park, 26-24, in morning pool play.

Altoona lost to Fox Chapel, 25-18, in the second-place pool before beating Bishop Guilfoyle, 25-18, and Baldwin, 25-19. The Lions topped Norwin, 25-13, in the quarterfinals before losing to Deer Lakes, 25-20, in the semifinals.

Altoona’s Phil Swartz had 47 kills and 48 digs. Dalton Keller had 51 digs, Chris Ball had 53 assists, and Ben Parrish compiled 10 blocks.

Bishop Guilfoyle finished fifth overall. The Marauders split with Deer Lakes (25-20, 13-25) and beat South Park (25-4, 25-21) in morning pool play, then beat Baldwin (25-20) and Fox Chapel (25-21) before losing to Altoona in the afternoon.

In the first round of the playoffs, BG beat Gateway, 25-15, but fell to Bethel Park in the quarterfinals, 25-20.

Charles Patterson led BG with 24 kills, Michael Burke had 21 kills and five blocks, Vincent Good contributed 82 assists and 18 digs, Adam Spencer collected 23 digs, Tyler Rumbaugh had 18 service points, 15 kills and 18 digs, and Justin Charlton and Brittan Wesner each added 13 kills.

SERVICE POINTS

BISHOP GUILFOYLE: Rumbaugh 18, Good 15, Wesner 13, Spencer 13, Patterson 10, Burke 10, Welteroth 4, Charlton 2, Kimberly 1.

ALTOONA: Nartatez 21, Barry 16, Keller 15, Gibbons 10, Ball 10, Swartz 10, Snyder 5, McCloskey 1.

JV squad fifth

PITTSBURGH — The Altoona junior varsity boys volleyball team finished fifth out of 11 teams at the Penn Hills JV Classic.

The Mountain Lions topped Plum and Derry in the morning pool and lost to Penn-Trafford. In the afternoon, Altoona split with Peters Township and lost to Derry and Penn Hills.

Altoona topped Baldwin, 25-23, in the play-in game before losing to Latrobe, 25-16, in the quarterfinals.

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