Archive - Oct 14, 2011 - Sports Article
The Elk County Catholic Lady Crusader girls' soccer team picked up a 2-0 win over the Lady Dutch on Thursday afternoon, in a game played under threatening skies at the SMAHS soccer field.
"Our girls played a good game, but Elk Catholic was the better team today," said St. Marys coach Dr. Bob Schmidt. "Mia Keener in goal, Caley Keister in the midfield and Holly Shields at forward played a really, really good game. Our captain Shannon Bridges was playing injured and she still played."
The St. Marys Area Lady Dutchmen girls' tennis team beat the Bradford Lady Owls 7-2 on Thursday afternoon in a match played at St. Marys Area High School.
In first singles, St. Marys' Amy Orr won her match 6-4, 6-3 against Emily Hardy.
In second singles, SMA's Mary Rosman defeated Colleen Douglas 6-0, 6-1.
At third singles, SMA's Marta Vega went undefeated this season, beating Alyssa McGraw 6-0, 6-1.
In fourth singles, St. Marys' Aubrey Wiesner won her match 6-0, 6-0 against Sara James.
In fifth singles, Danielle McCoy lost a tough match against Bradford's Danbee Kim 5-7, 5-7.
The Elk County Catholic Lady Crusader volleyball team recorded a 3-0 victory over the Kane Lady Wolves last night at the ECCHS gym.
The Lady Crusaders won the first set 25-10 and took the second set 25-19. Elk Catholic won the third set by a 25-11 score to win the match.
â€śWe need to be more than one dimensional. Our defense was solid and our passing game was there,â€ť said ECCHS coach Diane Gies.
â€śWe played well tonight and it was good to get everyone in the game. We working on our weaknesses and improving in our strengths,â€ť added Gies.
The Elk County Catholic boys soccer team took control early and were dominant in a 9-0 victory over Ridgway Thursday afternoon at Francis S. Grandinetti Elementary School.
The game was delayed for a hour because only one referee showed up for the game and the delay was done until a second referee could get to the site. The game started at 5 p.m. and a full 40-minute first half was played but there was only a 3-minute halftime and a 30-minute second half before the game was called due to darkness.
The Johnsonburg Rams golfers edged the team from Elk County Catholic High School 232-233 to win this year's Elk County Golf Tournament on Thursday afternoon at the Bavarian Hills Golf Course. The Ridgway Elkers came in third with a score of 244 and St. Marys Area was fourth with 250.
Six members of each school participated in the tournament, except for Johnsonburg, which had only five players. The tournament consisted of six holes of scramble, six holes of alternating shots and six holes of best ball.