Archive - Sports Article
February 16th, 2011
JOHNSONBURG â The Rams got 27 total points from their two departing seniors on Senior Recognition Night en route to a 47-45 victory over visiting St. Marys.
Facing a 1-point deficit after three quarters of play, the Rams were able to claw their way back to secure the win.
Despite giving up a score to St. Marysâ Jordan Weinzierl to open up the fourth quarter with the Dutch on top 36-33, Johnsonburg head boysâ varsity basketball coach Bill Shuey said he did not count his team out of the contest.
The St. Marys Area Flying Dutch wrestling squad rallied to defeat the Redbank Valley Bulldogs by a 30-29 score last night at the SMAHS Dutch Oven.
The Dutch were trailing 29-12 with three matches remaining. At 171 pounds, Dutchman Kyle Wolfel pinned Matt Hetrick at the 2:51 mark, cutting the Bulldogsâ lead to 29-18. At 189 pounds, Dutchman Joe McLaughlin pinned Corey Cyphert at the 2:16 mark of their match to make the score 29-24. At 215 pounds, SMAâs Jimmy Antonelli pinned Braden Bowser at the 3:38 mark of their match, giving the Dutch the 30-29 win.
The Bradford Area High Lady Owls used the foul line to hand the Elk County Catholic Lady Crusaders a 35-30 setback in a District Nine League game played at the Aaron J. Straub Gym on the Elk Catholic Campus on Tuesday evening. The Lady Owls were outscored from the field 27 to 20, but used a 15-for-22 night at the foul line to pull out a five-point victory over the Lady Crusaders.
The Elk Catholic Crusaders basketball team came up with a big victory last evening at the Aaron J. Straub Gymnasium, defeating the Brookville Raiders by a 69-59 score to avenge a loss suffered at Brookville last week. The win was also big for the Crusaders, as they needed to win to earn a high seed in the upcoming District Nine Class A playoffs.
"We beat a very good Brookville squad tonight," said Coach Aaron Straub of the Crusaders. "We played very well tonight, as we put four good quarters of basketball together."
The St. Marys Area Flying Dutchmen defeated the Clearfield Bisons by a 42-38 score last night in a non-league game played at the Clearfield Area High School in Hyde.
The game was very close through three quarters of play as the Dutch held a slim 27-24 lead after the third period. The game was tied at 18 at the half.
âWe struggled with their zone in the first half then took charge in the second half,â said St. Marys coach Mark Guido.
ST. MARYS - The senior members of the St. Marys Area High School Swim and Dive Team were honored last night at the last final dual meet of the season. The visiting Clearfield Bisons and Lady Bisons were victorious over the home squads, but the evening was highlighted by some personal bests and closely contested races.
The Dutchmen dropped only their second meet of the season with a final score of 110-76, while the Lady Dutch lost by a similar margin with the outcome of 111-74. With one meet remaining, the record stands at 7-2 for the boys and 4-5 for the girls.Â
The Lady Dutch basketball team of the St. Marys Area High School recorded their 19th victory of the season on Saturday evening at the SMAHS Dutch Oven, defeating the Lady Crusaders of Elk County Catholic by a 62-42 score. This marked the third time this season the Lady Dutch came out on top against the Lady Crusaders.
The St. Marys Area gymnastics squad recorded a 128.900-106.525 victory over the DuBois Area gymnasts on Saturday at a meet held at the St. Marys Area Middle School gym.
Molly Eshbach set a new school record in the vault competition with her score of 9.425.
"This was the last home meet and regular meet of the season and our senior gymnasts were recognized: Molly Eshbach, Bobbi Fox, Justin Huey and Megan Longhi," said Irene McCandless, head coach of the St. Marys squad. "We had a real good day. For the most part, the kids hit their routines beautifully.
The St. Marys Area Flying Dutch wrestling team raised their record to 6-9 on the year with a 57-9 victory over the Cameron County Raiders Saturday at the SMAHS Dutch Oven.
The Dutch received six forfeits on Saturday, with six matches being wrestled. There were no matches at 103 and 152.
âThe kids that wrestled did a decent job,â said St. Marys coach Dominic Surra.
The big match was at 285 with Hoy. He did what we call âworking for free,â then got the stalling call that turned out to be big in that match,â said Surra. âKevin (Hoy) learns with every match and is doing a nice job.
The Elk County Catholic Crusader basketball team held off the St. Marys Area Flying Dutchmen to record a 43-39 District 9 League win last night at the ECCHS gym.