Archive - Sports Article
February 13th, 2015
The Elk County Catholic Crusaders will meet the Ridgway Elkers tonight at 7:30 p.m. at the St. Marys Area Dutch oven for the Allegheny Mountain League championship.
Elk Catholic, the top seed from the North Division, defeated DuBois Central, the second team from the South Division by a 67-40 score Friday night at the ECCHS gym.
The Elk County Catholic Lady Crusader basketball team completed an undefeated regular season as they downed the Bradford Lady Owls Wednesday night by a 56-36 score in a District 9 League game played at the ECCHS gym to finish the regular season with a 22-0 record.
The St. Marys Lady Dutch (7-15) spoiled the Johnsonburg Ramettes' (6-16) Senior Night on Tuesday with a 44-39 win in the Paper City.
The Dutch wrestlers treated fans to another exciting come-from-behind victory on Tuesday night in their final home dual meet of the season as they traded the lead five times with the Redbank Valley Bulldogs, trailing 28-27 headed into the final bout before rallying for the 33-28 win.
The St. Marys Area swim and dive teams split with the Clearfield squads during SMA's final home meet of the season Monday night at the SMAHS natatorium. The Lady Dutch defeated the Lady Bison 128-54, but the Bison beat the Dutchmen 125-58.
Johnsonburg's seniors went out with a victory as the Rams downed St. Marys 47-33 Monday night on Senior Night at Johnsonburg Area High School.
The Elk County Catholic Lady Crusaders clinched the District 9 League title Saturday afternoon with a 50-29 victory over the St. Marys Area Lady Dutch in a game played at the ECCHS gym. It was also Senior Day for Elk Catholic as the senior players and their parents were recognized in pre-game ceremonies.
Members of the St. Marys Area High School gymnastics team closed out their regular season with a 130.2-125.525 loss to Altoona Saturday at a meet held on the road in Altoona.
The Elk County Catholic Crusaders defeated the St. Marys Area Flying Dutchmen by a 73-41 score in a District 9 League game played Friday night at the ECCHS gym on Senior Parent Night.
The finals of the John Skok Memorial Bowling Tournament (City Singles) were held last weekend at the CYMA alleys with Dave Molella, Dave Clyde, Bill Groll and Jesse Beimel reaching the finals. They bowled a four-game series and the total pinfall determined the final placement. The event was sponsored by St. Marys Moose Family Center #146.
After all four games were completed, Bill Groll stood as the victor with a series of 818. He had four games of 203, 209, 176 and 230.