— In boys soccer action Saturday, Grove City topped General McLane 1-0 on the road.
The lone goal by the Eagles was netted by Will Potter after a scoreless opening half. The goal came on an assist from Thomas Hummel.
- Slippery Rock 4, Commodore Perry 3
At Slippery Rock, Cole McCandless had a hat trick as the Rockets edged the Panthers.
Josh Jones tallied the other goal for the Rockets. Brock Sloan, Mark Cessar and Michael Stutz had assists.
Alberto Ng’Weshemi buried a pair of goals to lead Commodore Perry. David Jeffries had the third goal for the Panthers.
- Meadville 3, Mercer 0
At Meadville’s on Thursday night, The Lady Bulldogs swept Mercer, 26-24, 26-24, 25-15.
Mercer (9-5): Dana Woods 11 points, 11 digs, 8 eight assists; Amanda Cameron 14 points, 8 digs; Heather Woods 14 digs, 9 points, 7 assists; McKenzie Clarke 11 digs, 9 points, 8 kills; Taylor McCullough 6x blocks, 5 kills; Nicki Reda 7 digs; Anna Conner 7 blocks, 5 kills; Ashley Ryder 9 points; Nikki Redmond 9 points, 6 kills, 5 digs.
Sailors make 1st PIAA playoff start
While Saturday will serve as his Sailors’ first foray into the PIAA playoffs, Lakeview High head football coach Dan York is going along for the ride, taking it all in stride.
Stopping shy of stifling a yawn, York calmly said, “We consider the playoffs the playoffs. When you make the playoffs out of our region (1-A), you’ve already gone up against some of the better teams in the state. So whether it’s the districts or state, it’s still the playoffs.”
Lakeview wins 1st ever D-10 football title
NEW WILMINGTON — Lakeview may have a long way to go to equal Sharpsville’s success in the sport of football, but the Sailors jump-started the process Friday night.
With Blake Reddick roaring into the record book, the Sailors shut out Sharpsville, 27-0, in the District 10 Class A championship game at Greyhounds Stadium.
While Sharpsville’s program has the pedigree — 8 championships and 14 title tilt appearances, plus the 1997 PIAA plateau — Lakeview launched its 1st crown since the district football playoffs’ 1985 inception.
EXTRA INNINGS: St. Louis shuffles the Cards, stacks the deck?
WHILE THE rest of the National League Central Division sits back and watches, St. Louis has shuffled the Cards with two trades, stacking the deck to become the favorite to repeat in 2014.
Although St. Louis won both its division and league pennant in 2013, outfield defense and shortstop offense worried the Cardinals throughout the season.
Last Thursday, the Cards shipped third baseman David Freese to the Angels for center fielder Peter Bourjos, considered by more than a few experts to be the best defensive centerfielder in baseball.
NCAA Football: Rock 6-1 after 17-3 win over Cal U
Slippery Rock University rode a length-of-the-field scoring drive by its offense and a goal-line stand by its No. 1-ranked defense late in the first half of action Saturday to a 17-3 win over 14th-ranked visiting California (Pa.).
NFL: Steelers top Jags as Mendenhall makes return
Mike Tomlin isn’t ready to say the Pittsburgh Steelers are back. Not after watching his team sleepwalk through the second half against Jacksonville on Sunday.
IndyCar Racing: Crash takes Wheldon’s life
Every race car driver heads onto the track understanding this race could be the last and hoping it won’t be. On Sunday, IndyCar drivers got a harsh reminder when the worst happened to one of their own.
NHL: Sabres beat Penguins 3-2
The Buffalo Sabres have had trouble with the Pittsburgh Penguins whether Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin play or not.
NHL Quick glance: Montreal at Pittsburgh
A breakdown of the National Hockey League game Thursday night between the Pittsburgh Penguins and visiting Montreal Canadiens.
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Leading Off: Oct. 19, 2011
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