Archive - Sports Article
October 28th, 2010
JOHNSONBURG - The Elk County Catholic Lady Crusaders finished the regular season undefeated with a 3-1 (25-22, 25-23, 21-25, 25-15) victory over Johnsonburg last night at Johnsonburg Area High School.
The Ramettes honored five seniors before the game: Cody Anderson, daughter of Carol Anderson, Paige DeCecchis, daughter of Ed and Lynell DeCecchis, Taylor Harvey, daughter of Kristene and the late John Harvey, Justis Myers, daughter of Justin and Kelly Myers and Tori Stanley, daughter of Dave and Annie Stanley.
The St. Marys Area Lady Dutch volleyball squad celebrated Senior Night with a 3-0 victory over the visiting Brookville Lady Raiders in their regular-season finale at the "Dutch Oven" on Thursday night. The Lady Dutch won the best-of-five match, 3-0, on games of 25-19, 25-12 and 25-18.
The St. Marys Country Club ladies repeated as the Challenge Cup champions, defeating the Bavarian Hills Golf Course ladies by a 39-33 score in the 36-hole match. The two teams played evenly at the St. Marys Country Club as both squads scored 18 points each, but the difference was the St. Marys CC win at the Hills by a 21-15 score.
This marked the second consecutive year that the St. Marys Country Club ladies won the tournament.
The St. Marys Area Lady Dutch soccer team advanced to the semifinal of the District 9-AA girls' soccer tournament on Wednesday evening when they defeated the Clarion High Lady Bobcats by a 1-0 score in a first-round game played at the Angela Huey Field in Fox Township.
"This was a hard-fought game that could have gone either way, as both teams played really well today," said St. Marys Area Coach Kelly Carr. "Our squad played extremely well today and emerged with a hard-earned 1-0 victory."
The Elk County Catholic Crusaders were eliminated from the District 9 Class A tournament by the Coudersport Falcons 2-0 in a quarterfinal contest Wednesday evening at Angela Huey Memorial Field in Kersey. The Crusaders finished the season 12-5-1.
Most of the first half was a defensive battle and both keepers were kept busy.
The St. Marys Area Flying Dutch and the Elk County Catholic Crusader football teams will return to action Friday night.
Karns City at St. Marys
The Dutchmen of coach Joe Schlimm will close out their season Friday by playing host to the Karns City Gremlins in a KSAC Large School Division contest. Kickoff is slated for 7 p.m.
The Dutch seniors and their parents will be recognized in pre-game ceremonies slated to begin at 6:15 p.m.
St. Marys will bring a 5-3 record into tomorrow nightâ€™s contest.
Elk County Catholic's Darren Simons came up with a four-under-par round of 67 in the second round of the PIAA State Golf Tournament to finish the 36-hole event with a one- over-par score of 143 and a tie for third place. The tournament was held on Monday and Tuesday at the Heritage Hills Golf Resort in York, with 48 players participating.
The Elk County Catholic Lady Crusaders advanced to the District 9-A semifinals with a 2-1 victory over the Brockway Lady Rovers Tuesday at Benzinger Park.
The game seemed to be a tale of two halves, as the Brockway girls kept the ball in the Elk Catholic half in the first 40 minutes while ECC kept the ball in the Brockway half during the second 40 minutes.
â€śWe came out flat and never picked it up until about 15 minutes to go in the first half,â€ť said ECCHS coach Don Fabiano.
The St. Marys Area Lady Dutch volleyball team raised their record to 9-6 with a 3-0 victory over the Bradford Lady Owls last night on â€śPink Nightâ€ť at the SMAHS Dutch Oven.
St. Marys won the first game 25-16, the second game 25-19 and the third game 25-11.
â€śThis is the point where we wanted to be all year,â€ť said St. Marys coach Erica Vogt. â€śWe stayed steady and played a good game. I am happy to see them playing the way I knew they could.â€ť
ST. MARYS â€“ The Elk County Catholic Lady Crusaders secured a 3-0 victory (25-11, 30-28, 25-12) over Ridgway last night at Elk County Catholic High School.
"It's always good to finish out the season at home," Elk County Catholic coach Diane Gies said. "Tonight (Tuesday) is the cutoff for the power point ranking heading into the playoffs. We finished that part of it undefeated."