Altoona tennis picks up win No. 3
DuBOIS — Altoona didn’t drop a set in beating DuBois, 7-0, in high school boys tennis action on Wednesday.
Luke Mitchell, Josh Adams, Kadyn Carey and Brady Sassano prevailed in singles and doubles matches, and Nick Hogan and A.J. Kilmartin won a doubles match.
SINGLES: 1, Mitchell, A, def. Jaconski, 6-0, 6-2; 2, Adams, A, def. Johnson, 6-0, 6-0; 3, Carey, A, def. Hemke, 6-2, 6-1; 4, Sassano, A, def. Miller, 6-0, 6-0.
DOUBLES: 1, Mitchell-Adams, A, def. Jaconski-Johnson, 8-1; 2, Carey-Sassano, A, def. Hemke-Miller, 8-0; 3, Hogan-Kilmartin, A, def. Hemke-Patel, 8-3.
Records: Altoona (3-2); DuBois (2-1).
Lady Devils cruise
EBENSBURG — The Central Cambria High School softball team improved to 3-0 Wednesday, thanks to an 11-1 win over Johnstown.
Winning pitcher Kami Kamzik tossed a three-hitter with 15 strikeouts and one walk. She also homered and finished with three hits.
Teammates Jordan Krawcion and Kaitlyn Roszi each added two hits.
2B–M. Ruddek, A. Ruddek (CC). 3B–Krawcion (CC). HR–Kamzik (CC). Multiple hits–Kamzik 3, Roszi 2, Krawcion 2 (CC), Szczur 2 (J). WP–Kamzik. LP–Sczur. SO–Kamzik 15, Sczcur 2. BB–Kamzik 1, Sczcur 4.
Records: Central Cambria (3-0), Johnstown (0-3)
Benefit game set
The Altoona Lady Lions softball team will host its first-ever StriKeOut Cancer softball game this Saturday at 11 a.m. at Logan Elementary School against rival Hollidaysburg.
The game is in honor of family members of both teams who have cancer, or who have won their battle with cancer. A balloon release will be held in memory for those family members who lost their battle with cancer.
There will be raffle baskets, 50-50 ticket sales and JUST CURE IT T-shirts for sale, as well as a full concession stand. One survivor will be chosen to throw out the first pitch of the game.
Both the JV and varsity games will begin at 11 a.m.
PHILIPSBURG — Tyrone lost 10-0 in five innings to Philipsburg-Osceola in a high school baseball game from Tuesday night.
Winning pitcher Colby Hahn gave up two hits, struck out four and walked no one. The Mounties finished with 13 hits against two Tyrone pitchers.