Frazier has strong showing for Cal
EDINBORO — California University of Pennsylvania freshmen Anna Ebersole and Darcie Frazier recently placed first and second overall, respectively, in the pentathlon at the Mike Kowal Multi hosted by Edinboro.
Ebersole captured the victory in the event with 3,083 points while making her college debut. Frazier, a Hollidaysburg graduate, placed second in the pentathlon, which featured 15 entries, with 2,933 points.
Frazier won the 60-meter hurdles by nine-hundredths of a second and qualified for the league meet with a time of 9.77 seconds. She also posted the best mark in the long jump on Saturday with a distance of 5.07 meters. Frazier placed second in the 800 meters with a time of 2:41.92 and finished third in the shot put with a heave of 9.93 meters.
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Sierra McClain, a Hollidaysburg graduate, has started all eight games for the Chatham University women’s basketball team.
The Cougars are 7-1 on the season. McClain scored 10 points and collected four steals in a 70-60 win at Penn State Allegheny. She also scored 10 points in a 59-57 loss against Westminster, and registered five points, five rebounds and three steals in a 88-70 win against Waynesburg University.
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Quinn Zinobile, a Juniata Valley graduate, closed out his freshman campaign recently for the Clarion football team.
Zinobile caught nine passes for 141 yards and a touchdown in the Eagles’ loss to East Stroudsburg. He was the team’s leading receiver with 51 catches for 686 yards and four touchdowns.
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Penn State women’s basketball junior Kamaria McDaniel was named the Co-Big Ten Player of the Week.
McDaniel recorded the third 40-point performance in program history and first since 2001 recently when she scored 40 points to lead Penn State to a 78-73 win over Pittsburgh in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge.
McDaniel’s 40 points marked a Penn State record in the Bryce Jordan Center and she became the first Lady Lion to put up 40-plus points in a game since former All-American Kelly Mazzante scored a school-record 49 points at Minnesota on Dec. 28, 2001.