Hollidaysburg takes Sinking title

TYRONE — Hollidaysburg won the team title at the Sinking Valley Interscholastic Golf Invitational on Monday afternoon in high school action.

Anthony Martinelli led the way for the Golden Tigers with a 77, and Eric Davis shot a 79. Tyrone finished second behind Brent McNeel’s 77, and Altoona’s Derek McAlkich shot a 75 to place second individually and help the Mountain Lions place third.

Penn Cambria was fifth behind Collin Reese’s 79, and Northern Cambria was eighth.

Mount Union’s Trey Heffelfinger was the medalist with a 82, but his team finished last.

1. Hollidaysburg (328): Martinelli 77, Davis 79, Gallagher 84, Orndorff 88.

2. Tyrone (335): McNeel 77, Ferguson 80, Kyle 87, Taylor 91.

3. Altoona A (337): McAlkich 75, Thompson 85, Fasolo 88, Lawhead 89.

4. Saint Joseph’s (341): Steyers 82, Mangene 86, Peachey 86, Marsh 87.

5. Penn Cambria (345): Reese 79, Garrett 85, Caldwell 88, Fogel 93.

6. Punxsutawney (349): Vanleer 82, Roberts 86, Rend 88, Deeley 93.

7. Northern Cambria (361): Pershing 84, Stafford 87, Krug 89, Paronish 101.

8. Altoona B (391): Casillo 97, Lucas 97, Hite 98, Muffie 99.

9. Central (400): Baker 87, Bauman 100, Ferry 102, Dick 111.

10. Mount Union (431): Heffelfinger 72, Pierce 106, Scott 122, Sechrest 131.

Portage splits pair

DAVIDSVILLE — Led by Max Herman’s 50, Portage (2-2) split a pair of golf decisions with host Conemaugh Township and Ferndale.

Portage’s score of 262 put the Mustangs below Conemaugh Township (2-2), which got identical scores of 51 from Grace Thomas, Tucker Figard and Alex Zakacia en route to a first-place team score of 258.

Drew Berkebile had a medalist score of 49 for Ferndale (2-2), which posted a tem score of 305.

CONEMAUGH TOWNSHIP (258): 1, tie, Thomas, Figard and Zakacia, 51; 4, Goggin, 52; 5, Frick, 53.

PORTAGE (262): 1, Herman, 50; 2, Dyche, 51; 3, Brickley, 52; 4, Gentile, 53; 5, Selapack, 56.

FERNDALE (305): 1, Berkebile, 49; 2, Thomas, 60; 3, Snyder, 64; 4, tie, Anderson and Tomechak, 66.

Records: Portage (2-2); Conemaugh Township (2-1); Ferndale (2-2).

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