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The St. Marys Area gymnastics squad closed out their home season with a 128.2-120 loss to the Altoona squad.
â€śOverall the meet went pretty well. I was pretty pleased with the girlsâ€™ performances,â€ť said St. Marys coach Irene McCandless.
The Elk County Catholic Lady Crusaders completed play in the Allegheny Mountain North Division with a perfect 6-0 record with a 58-23 victory over the Sheffield Lady Wolverines Monday night at the ECCHS gym.
The Lady Crusaders opened a 13-2 first-period lead and led by as many as 30 points with 2:16 left in the contest.
â€śIt was a good team effort tonight. We had balanced scoring and we moved the ball well against their zone and penetrated well,â€ť said ECCHS coach Ken Pistner.
â€śThe bench contributed a great deal tonight. The bench scored 34 points for us tonight,â€ť added Pistner.
The St. Marys Area Lady Dutch basketball team outscored the Brookville Lady Raiders by a 12-7 margin in overtime to record a 55-50 victory.
The game was tied at 43 after 32 minutes of regulation. In the four-minute overtime period, Adair Gennocro sank nine of 12 foul shot opportunities and Kiana Hoohuli hit a field goal and was one-of-two from the foul line to account for the Lady Dutch points.
â€śThe first three quarters were the best basketball weâ€™ve played,â€ť said St. Marys coach Leona Hoohuli. The Lady Dutch held a 36-17 lead going into the fourth quarter.
The Elk County Catholic Crusader boys' basketball squad faced off against the Johnsonburg Rams for the third time this season Friday evening, and for the third time they came away with a loss. Unlike their three-point loss in the opening-round contest of the Elk County Boys' Basketball Holiday Tournament, though, the Rams outplayed the Crusaders on Friday, outscoring them 45-23 over the final three quarters to take a 58-36 victory.
DuBOIS - The St. Marys Area swim and dive team traveled to DuBois on Thursday night to take on the Beavers for their fourth dual meet of the season. The Dutchmen remain undefeated on the season as they won their meet 110-65, while the Lady Dutch lost a close contest, 100-84, bringing their record to 1-3.
Individual leaders for the Dutchmen were Jeffrey Moore in the boysâ€™ 200 and 500 yard freestyles, Andrew Cotter in the 200 yard individual medley, Jake Burns in 1m diving,Â Corey Koss in the 100 yard backstroke and Scott Barber in the 100 yard breaststroke.
The Elk County Catholic Lady Crusader basketball squad came up short 47-43 to the Bradford Lady Owls on Wednesday evening at ECCHS.
Elk Catholic took an early 15-11 lead in the first period, Bradford rallied to hold a 22-20 advantage at the half, and the Lady Crusaders took the lead back 37-33 headed into the final period of play before the Lady Owls fought back to take the win.
The St. Marys Area Flying Dutch wrestling squad held on for a 36-31 victory over the Clearfield Bisons last night at the SMAHS Dutch Oven.
The Dutch had built a 33-18 lead with five bouts remaining. Clearfield was able to cut the Dutch lead to 33-31 going into the final bout of the evening. In that bout, Dutchman Bill Gabor recorded a 7-4 decision over Kody Mayhew to give St. Marys the 36-31 win.
â€śAny time you beat a Clearfield team it is a good win. They are a well-coached team,â€ť said St. Marys coach Dominic Surra.
ST. MARYS â€“Â It was a classic â€śduel in the poolâ€ť on Monday night when the St. Marys Swim and Dive Team met the Clearfield Bisons head-on at the SMAHS Natatorium. The District 9 drama took many twists and turns, ending in the Dutchmen outlasting the Bisons 105-80 to improve to 3-0 on the season. The Lady Dutch gave it their all but were beaten by the Lady Bisons 124-62, dropping to a 1-2 record.
The St. Marys Lady Dutch used strong perimeter shooting and a fast start to take a 74-32 victory over Ridgway Monday night at Ridgway Area High School.
St. Marys made nine 3-pointers on the game. St. Marys coach Leona Hoohuli said the perimeter game is something the Lady Dutch can rely upon.
"What we're looking for is to move the basketball and we'll get our shot and we'll make our shot," Hoohuli said. "We were looking to just move the basketball around and they were able to connect on their shot."
The Elk County Catholic Crusaders raised their Allegheny Mountain League North Division record to 3-1 with a 49-39 victory over the Kane Wolves Monday night at the ECCHS gym.
The game was tied at 12 all after the first eight minutes of play with Elk outscoring Kane 14-12 in the second quarter for a 26-24 halftime lead. The Crusaders outscored the Wolves 23-15 in the second half to win the game.
â€śIt was a good win. Kane played us really hard,â€ť said ECCHS coach Aaron Straub.
â€śI thought we played hard, really scrappy, got on the floor and hustled,â€ť said the coach.