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November 14, 2012

All-Star soccer matches set at Grove City

MERCER COUNTY AREA — The 2012 Western Pennsylvania Senior All-Star soccer matches are set for Saturday at Grove City High’s Forker Field.

The girls’ match will begin at 11 a.m., followed at 1 p.m. by the boys’ match.

According to Grove City Soccer Boosters, as many as eight seniors have been awarded $500 scholarships at past events. The boosters guarantee $2,000 in scholarships will be awarded at this year’s event.

A $500 scholarship has been donated in the memory of Wilmington High senior Brandon Beahr who died recently in an auto accident.

Admission is $5, and $1 souvenir programs will be sold.

For information on making a donation or serving as a scholarship sponsor, visit seniorallstarsoccer@gmail.-com, or contact event coordinator Brad McGill, 724-458-9678.

Tentative Rosters

GIRLS

South

ä Goalkeepers: Raquel Huff (Slippery Rock); Anna Miller (Wilmington).

ä Defenders: Moriah Williamson (Grove City), Haley Angerett (Slippery Rock), Grace Gealy, Sarah Slonaker (Wilmington), Emily Cris-tophe (Ellwood City).

ä Midfielders: Hannah Hughes (Grove City), Katelyn Byers, Amber Dougherty (Mohawk), Leah Russo (Neshannock).

ä Forwards: Abbey Eisenhower (Ellwood City), Mariah Trieber (Grove City), Harley Boyd, Morgan Siebka (Slippery Rock).

North

ä Goalkeepers: Analise Whenry (Mercer), Megan Whalen (Sharpsville).

ä Defenders: Michelle DeGerolamo, Julia White (Hickory), Hannah Rauch (Sharon), Natalie Henwood (Sharspville), Grace Champion (Titusville), Angie Sochor (West Middlesex).

ä Midfielders: Robyn McGowan (Hickory), Mikaela Skiljo, Hannah Levitt (Sharon), Natasha Pacifico (Sharpsville).

ä Forwards: Kaitlynn Mostard (Mercer), Faith Champion (Titusville), Anna Benson, Monica Riggle (Kennedy Catholic).

BOYS

South

ä Goalkeepers: Zach Latorre (Slippery Rock).

ä Defenders: Boyd Laughner (Mohawk), Steve Wolford, Caleb Holes (Neshannock), Hunter Taylor (Wilmington).

ä Midfielders: Nick Valvano (Ellwood City), Matt Welker, Alex Boarts (Grove City), Conner Richards (Neshannock), Evan Mysliwiec, Aaron Gercken (Slippery Rock), Marc Delio (Wilmington).

ä Forwards: Will Potter (Grove City), Lucas Grim (Mohawk), Cole McCandless (Slippery Rock), Jon Clark (Wilmington).

North

ä Goalkeepers: Alan Rabold (Mercer), Vinnie Shaffer (Sharon).

ä Defenders: Tyler Osbourne, Jason Forbes (Commodore Perry), Scott Phillips (Hickory), Erik Little, Dominik Pfleger (Kennedy Catholic),Leo Rahn (Sharon).

ä Midfielders: Taylor Bauer (Commodore Perry), Jimmie D’Onofrio, Stephens Edge (Kennedy Catholic), Nathan Breese (Mercer).

ä Forwards: Jaylyn Greene (Kennedy Catholic), Will Juergens (Mercer), Steve Paris (Sharpsville), Matt Wansack (West Middlesex).

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