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September 29, 2012

HIGH SCHOOL FALL SPORTS: Golfers qualify for districts

MERCER COUNTY AREA — Led by Mercer High’s Nate Guiler, 9 Region 1 golfers qualified for the upcoming District 10 Championships, Oct. 9 at Grove City Country Club.

At Tam O’Shanter Golf Course on Wednesday, Guiler garnered a medalist round of 81.

Guiler was followed by Jamestown’s Ronnie Meals and Greenville’s Daniel Addison, 82; Greenville’s Kendal King and Kennedy Catholic’s Jacob Wilson, 83; Jamestown’s Keamus Schuhlen and Greenville’s Bryar Wentling, 84, and Greenville’s Chad Ferguson and Lakeview’s Casey Greggs, 85. Lakeview’s Sam Magargee’s 86 earned him a berth as an alternate.

The remainder of Wednesday’s field included: Nick Deitrich (Greenville) and Ryan Sherbondy and Wes McDonald (Reynolds), 87; John McGonigle (Kennedy Catholic) and Travis Reese (Reynolds), 88; Jake Reaugh (Jamestown), 89; Paul Spondike (Kennedy Catholic), and Jacob Reimold and Zack Taylor (Reynolds), 90; Teddy Haaz (Kennedy Catholic) and Peter Timashenka (Mercer), 93;

Mark Peters (Mercer) 94; Jonas Reaugh (Jamestown), 95; Colton McCright (Greenville), 97, and Keith Kepner (Lakeview), 103.

GIRLS TENNIS

Tournament director Sue McLaughlin announced the 15th annual Buhl Farm Tennis Invitational will take place Oct. 3, beginning at 8:30 a.m. on Buhl Farm Park courts, Hermitage.

There will be 7 singles and doubles divisions contested by Greenville, Grove City, Hickory, Kennedy Catholic, Sharon, Wilmington, Oil City and Franklin.

BOYS SOCCER

ä Mercer 10, Commo-dore Perry 0 — At Sheakleyville, the visiting Mustangs (4-0 region, 8-1 overall) were led by Will Juergens and Trenton Fowler, both of whom tallied twice and assisted on 2 other scores.

Also for Mercer, Chase Hoffman had a goal and assist, Zack Kroll was credited with 3 assists, and Nathan Breese 1, Alex Shaffer 1, Matt Jergens, Ryan Carlson, and Preston Hoover contributed goals and Quinton Hinkson an assist.Mercer outshot the Panthers, 17-0.

BOYS SOCCER

ä Franklin 3, Grove City 1 — With Grove City (5-4) dominating field play on Tuesday, the Franklin Knights converted 60 percent of their shots on goal to defeat the Eagles Tuesday.

Colton Byers, Logan Mooney and Ty Mooney scored for the Knights. Alex Boarts scored for the Eagles.

Grove City registered 38 offensive attacks to 14 by Franklin. The Eagles had the edge in corner kicks (5-2) and shots-on-goal (10-5). Noah Jones made 8 saves for Franklin; Grove City goalie Jed Grimm stopped 2 shots.

ä Slippery Rock 1, Sharon 0 — On Tuesday at Tiger Stadium, Cole McCandless’ 1st-half goal, assisted by Aaron Gercken, accounted for the match’s lone score. Goalkeeper Zach Latorre made 3 saves for Slippery Rock; Vince Shaffer 4 for Sharon.

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