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September 29, 2012

HIGH SCHOOL FALL SPORTS: Golfers qualify for districts

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MERCER COUNTY AREA — BOYS GOLF

ä Kennedy Catholic 175, Mercer 189 — At Tam O’Shanter, the host Golden Eagles (5-5) squared their season slate, led by medalist Paul Spondike’s 40.

Kennedy Catholic: Spon-dike 40, John McGonigle, Jacob Wilson 44s, Teddy Haaz 47. Mercer: Nate Guiler 44, Mark Peters 46, Dylan Angermeier 48, Peter Tima-shenka 51.

ä Grove City 167, Slippery Rock 167 — At Grove City Country Club, coach Pat Forese’s Eagles edged the Rockets on a 5th-score tiebreaker (Jordan Anderson 43). GC’s Dylan Osborne and SR’s Brett Rinker shared medalist honors with 40s.

Grove City: Osborne 40, Jake Cline 41, Ben Lucas, Ed

Hetrick 43s. Slippery Rock: Rinker 40, Bob Paczkowski 41, Mitchell May 42, Zac McCue 44.

ä Greenville 168, Lakeview 186 — At Pine Grove Golf Course’s par46 back nine, the visiting Trojans triumphed. Lakeview’s Sam Magargee was medalist, shooting 39, a scant stroke better than Greenville’s Bryar Wentling.

Greenville: Wenting 40, Chad Peterson 42, Kendal King, Dan Addison 43s. Lakeview: Magargee 39, Casey Greggs 48, Richard Kite 49, Jordan Herrmann 50.

GIRLS SOCCER

ä Mercer 1, West Middlesex 0 — On Monday at Lamor Road Field, Mercer, Megan McKinney mustered the match’s lone goal, while Analise Whenry recorded the shutout.

Mercer had 33 shots on goal; Middlesex 6.

ä Grove City 4, Titusville 0 — Under the lights at Forker Field Monday, Aubri McCoy posted 2 goals and Mariah Trieber and Grace Dudzah scored as the Lady Eagles (4-3) rolled past the Lady Rockets.

Grove City’s Olivia Andrews notched the shutout with 6 saves.

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL

ä Sharpsville 3, Lakeview 0 — At Stoneboro, the visiting Blue Darlings defeated Lakeview, 25-10, 25-15, 25-12.

Sharpsville: Paige Scurpa 16 points, 12 kills; Megan Davis 7 points, 5 kills, 5 digs; Rachel D’Auria 5 kills; Alex Ferrara 13 poitns, 6 digs; Kristen Scurpa 7 kills, 25 assists. Lakeview (3-3): Taylor Reed 15 assists; Tia Ray 7 digs, 7 kills; Rachel McKean 9 kills.

 JV: Sharpsville, 25-20, 22-25, 15-5.

ä Farrell 3, Jamestown 2 — At “The Fish Tank” in Jamestown, the Lady Steelers (3-2) rallied for a thrilling 20-25, 26-28, 25-16, 25-12, 15-11 win.

Farrell: Johntae Scott 11 digs; Alysia Jackson 14 kills; Whitney Murray 9 kills; Janee Avery 10 kills; Jarissa Sharper 8 assists; Dominiq Savage 5 assists; Jasmine Pegues 7 aces; Jakayla Samuels 5 digs. Jamestown: No stats reported.

JV: Farrell, 25-17, 25-17.

ä Lakeview stats (from Monday’s match vs. Kennedy Catholic): Rachel McKean 6 kills; Alex Ruediger 10 digs; Taylor Reed 12 assists.

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