Marauders dispatch Dragons in 3

MARTINSBURG — Tyler Rumbaugh registered 14 kills, nine digs, six service points and four aces to help lead the Bishop Guilfoyle Catholic High School boys volleyball team to a 25-16, 25-17, 25-17 victory at Central on Thursday night.

Vincent Good added 11 assists and 10 service points for the Marauders, who received 16 assists from Kai Kimberly.

Central’s Alec Madden had five kills to go with his eight service points, while Kaven Gahagan had five kills, Doug Shade five blocks and Nathan Earnest eight assists.


BISHOP GUILFOYLE: Good 10, Patterson 7, Rumbaugh 6, Welteroth 5, Kimberly 3, Charlton 3, Burke 1, Wesner 1, Spencer 1.

CENTRAL: Madden 8, Gahagan 3, Shade 2, Earnest 2, Clapper 2, Moyer 1.

Records: Bishop Guilfoyle (9-2); Central (0-10).

JV: Bishop Guilfoyle, 25-22, 21-25, 15-11. Bishop Guilfoyle improved to 8-3, while Central slipped to 8-2.


Leidy shines for Valley

SAXTON — Taylor Leidy won the 100-meter dash (13.3), the 100 hurdles (16.4) and the long jump (15-9.5) to lead the Juniata Valley girls over hosts Tussey Mountain, 98-51, and Fannett-Metal, 106-42, in an ICC high school track and field tri-meet.

Valley’s Halee Smith won two events — the 300 hurdles (53.6) and the triple jump (29-7).

Tussey defeated Fannett-Metal by a 98-32 count.

In the boys meet, Tussey swept, beating Valley, 87-58, and Fannett-Metal, 100-31.

Evan Germaux finished first in the 100 (11.4) and 200 (23.4) for the Titans, who also got wins from Alex Conner in the shot put (40-4) and discus (121-9).

Juniata Valley bested Fannett-Metal, 84-59, thanks in part to wins from Jefferson Hill in the high jump (5-6) and triple jump (37-4.5).

Panthers swept

WARFORDSBURG — Despite three individual double winners, the Northern Bedford girls dropped decisions to Southern Fulton (95-55) and Southern Huntingdon (76-73).

Mackenzie Gates won the 100 hurdles (17.2) and 300 hurdles (50.7), Rachel Lingenfelter placed first in the 400 (1:04.4) and the 800 (2:25.4), and Sadie McConnell captured the long jump (14-11) and the triple jump (33-4.5).

The Northern Bedford boys also were 0-2. Southern Huntingdon topped the Black Panthers, 108-42. Southern Fulton was an 86-64 victor against Northern.


Dividock records ace

ORE HILL — LuAnn Dividock had a hole-in-one while playing golf at Iron Masters Country Club. It was on the par-3 No. 13 hole, 104-yards long. She used a 9-iron. The shot was witnessed by Gwen Paden, Kathy Bottenfield and Patti Dodson. It was Dividock’s second-ever hole-in-one.

Conrad makes hole-in-one

LORETTO — Jerry Conrad from Gallitzin made a hole-in-one at Immergrun Golf Club’s hole No. 2 on Tuesday, May 1. He used a 7 iron on the 133-yard par-3 hole. It was witnessed by Butch Lieb, Bob Clifford and Gerry Strittmatter.

Derby Day winners tie

ORE HILL — The team of Ken Love and Tudor Trifan, and the team of Wally Clapper and Stan Snyder, each combined to shoot a 71 recently to share top honors in the Derby Day event held at the Iron Masters Country Club.

Finishing third was Wes Elder and Jake Oakes (73) followed by Ken Emigh and Walt Focht (74).

The net winners were Kevin Feath and Larry Clapper, along with Mike Blattenberger and Scott Croft, who both tied with 63s. The teams of Mike Emerick and Don McCready, along with Mase McCready and Mark Nycum, tied for third at 64.

Quartet wins Matman Classic

PHILIPSBURG — The team of Bob Mitchell, Nate Lucas, Tom Sankey and John Freeburg combined to shoot a 56 to win the P-O Mountie Matman Golf Classic at the Philipsburg Elks Lodge Country Club.

Two strokes back at 58 in second was the team of John harpster, Jason Yoder, Pat Brown and Zack Czap. Taking third was Larry Potter, Arch Myers, Dan Myers and Irv Myers.

The net division title went to the team of Rob and Bob Reams, Fran Matier and Tom Bailey (51). Finishing tied for second was the team of Doug Detwiler, Bob Adams, Brent Becker and Ray Miller, along with the team of George, Tom and Greg LeGrand and Mike Neidrick.