BEDFORD - Thirty-one more athletes qualified for next week's District 5 Track and Field Championships by virtue of their performances at the Bedford Last Chance Meet on Friday, including 20 from the host school.
The Bisons' Zane Growden advanced in two events, the shot and the javelin.
KEY: B-Bedford, CR-Chestnut Ridge
400: Dakota Hess, B, 54.3; Ben Wirick, B, 54.6. 800: Dylan Evans, B, 2:09.0; Caleb Grimes, B, 2:13.0. 1600: Paul Harrison, B, 5:07. 300 hurdles: Dan Arnold, B, 44.5. High jump: Dan Arnold, B, 5-6. Long jump: Dakota Hess, B, 19-3. Shot put: Alex Jones, B, 39-2; Zane Growden, B, 39-1; David Siefert, B, 38-9. Javelin: Zane Growden, B, 131-4. Pole vault: Jarrod Clapper, B, 10-0.
200: Carrie Baker, B, 28.9. 400: Mikala May, B, 1:04.0, Kelly Beegle, B, 1:04.4. 800: Hannah Grimes, B, 2:40. 1600: Monica Littlefield, B, 6:18. Long jump: Jarica Seece, CR, 16-8; Makayla Weaverling, CR, 15-9; Darian Fetters, B, 14-7. Shot put: Kelsey Koontz, B, 28-4.
BC juniors bounce B-A
BELLWOOD - Bishop Carroll defeated Bellwood-Antis, 25-17, 27-25, in junior high girls volleyball.
Bishop Carroll was led by Ellie Yahner (12 kills), Jess Shaffer (14 assists) and Jordyn Plant (eight service points). BC is 15-2.
JV: Bishop Carroll, 25-12, 25-20. Krevel, BC, 19 service points. Record: Bishop Carroll (16-1).
Mounties pull off upset
PITTSBURGH - Sixth seed Mount Aloysius upset second seed Penn State-Behrend, 3-1, to advance to the AMCC Championship baseball game.
The Mounties jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the top of the first inning. Jacob Stumpf's sacrifice fly brought in Matt Cornetti for the game's opening run. Pat Gully singled to bring in Aaron Kovach and Troy Nemeth for the remaining Mountie runs.
Penn State-Behrend scored their lone run in the bottom of the first inning when Ryan Kragnes reached base on an error, and subsequently scored off a Matt Bitner double.
The game became a pitcher's dual from that point on, with Mount Aloysius' Paul Rogerson gaining the upper hand.
Rogerson pitched a complete game, giving up six hits and striking out five. Penn State-Behrend's only run was unearned.
Nemeth went 2-for-4, while Cornetti, Gully, and Cory Dick each had a hit.
Mount Aloysius will face top seed La Roche College in the championship game at 10 a.m. today.
The Mounties become the first Mount Aloysius baseball team to advance to an AMCC championship game, since joining the conference eight years ago.