Frank powers Tigers past Rams

Mirror photo by Patrick Waksmunski Penn Cambria's Sal Tiracave and Bishop Carroll's Naveen Sirsikar battle for the ball.

SPRING MILLS — Ryan Frank scored two goals and assisted on another in helping the Hollidaysburg boys move to 17-0 with a 5-0 win over Penns Valley in high school soccer action on Tuesday.

Braden Callahan contributed one goal and one assist, and Haddy Obeid and Shushant Dahal each had one goal. Keeper Dilan Wasney was 7-for-7 in saves.


Hollidaysburg 4 1 — 5

Penns Valley 0 0 — 0

First Half: H–Obeid (unassisted), 32:11; H–Frank (unassisted), 30:29; H–Callahan (Frank), 21:09; H–Frank (Helsel), 18:19.

Second Half: H–Dahal (Callahan), 6:05.

Records: Hollidaysburg (17-0); Penns Valley (7-8).

PC blanks Carroll

CRESSON — Duncan Gongloff stopped all 10 shots he faced, and the Penn Cambria boys topped Bishop Carroll, 2-0.

Andrew Dillon and Noah Noel scored first-half goals for the Panthers, who are now 6-10-1.


Bishop Carroll 0 0 — 0

Penn Cambria 2 0 — 2

First Half: PC–Dillon (unassisted), 16:53; PC–Noel (Zunick), 15:27.

Second Half: No scoring.

Records: Bishop Carroll (3-12-1); Penn Cambria (6-10-1).

CC downs Guilfoyle

The Central Cambria boys scored four unanswered goals after falling behind 1-0 and beat Bishop Guilfoyle, 4-1, at Tom Irwin Field.

Adam McGlynn had two goals for CC, and Brock Martin and Cody Roberts each had one. Max Kirkpatrick scored for BG.


Central Cambria 3 1 — 4

Bishop Guilfoyle 1 0 — 1

First Half: BG–Kirkpatrick (Gelambi), 28:29; CC–Martin (unassisted), 27:34; CC–McGlynn (unassisted), 17:34; CC–Roberts (unassisted), :16.

Second Half: CC–McGlynn (unassisted), 38:15.

Records: Central Cambria (11-6-0).

Richland nips Ridge

JOHNSTOWN — Tyler Sukenik’s penalty kick goal in the second half lifted the Richland boys to a 2-1 win over Chestnut Ridge.

Trent Rozich also scored for Richland. Jack Moyer scored for Ridge on an assist from Levi Moyer.


Chestnut Ridge 1 0 — 1

Richland 1 1 — 2

First Half: CR–J. Moyer (L. Moyer), 18:57; R–Rozich (unassisted), 10:18.

Second Half: R–Sukenik (penalty kick), 25:01.

Records: Chestnut Ridge (7-8-0); Richland (13-2-1).

Coffey leads NB

WARFORDSBURG — Evan Coffey scored two goals and assisted on two others to help the Northern Bedford boys down Southern Fulton, 6-1.

Reyan Imler had two goals, and Collin Yeatts and Levi Wiedemann each added one goal.


Northern Bedford 3 3 — 6

Southern Fulton 0 1 — 1

First Half: NB–Yeatts (Coffey), 5:10; NB–Imler (Coffey), 14:14; NB–Coffey (unassisted), 33:59.

Second Half: SF–Brady (Moseman), 5:15; NB–Coffey (unassisted), 20:27; NB–Imler (Wiedemann), 21:25; NB–Wiedemann (unassisted), 26:20.

Records: Northern Bedford (14-1-0); Southern Fulton (4-8-0).


Lady Lions roll

Morgan Sarver played a role in six goals in helping the Altoona girls move to 14-4-0 with a 10-0 blanking of Central Mountain at Mansion Park.

Sarver scored three and assisted on three. Lauren Kiser scored three goals, Hailey Kravetz scored two, Becca Dull scored one goal and assisted on three, and Ashtyn Hileman scored a goal on an assist from Danielle Mueller.

Quinn DeAntonio and Madi Cabell combined for the shutout in goal.


Central Mountain 0 0 — 0

Altoona 3 7 — 10

First Half: A–L. Kiser (unassisted), 5:26; A–Kravetz (Dull), 16:57; A–L. Kiser (Sarver), 29:31.

Second Half: A–L. Kiser (unassisted), 43:32; A–Sarver (Dull), 44:05; A–Kravetz (Sarver), 44:34; A–Sarver (Dull), 55:20; A–Hileman (Mueller), 68:40; A–Dull (Sarver), 71:25; A–Sarver (unassisted), 72:35.

Records: Central Mountain (2-12-0); Altoona (14-4-0).

BG nipped

In a possible preview of the District 6 Class 1A girls championship game, West Branch nipped Bishop Guilfoyle, 1-0, at Tom Irwin Field.

Jenna Martz scored for West Branch, now 16-0-1. BG slipped to 10-6-0.


West Branch 1 0 — 1

Bishop Guilfoyle 0 0 — 0

First Half: WB–Martz (unassisted), 30:37.

Second Half: No scoring.

Records: West Branch (16-0-1); Bishop Guilfoyle (10-6-0).


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