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September 7, 2013

HIGH SCHOOL FALL SPORTS ROUNDUP

(Continued)

MERCER COUNTY AREA — BOYS GOLF

ä Kennedy Catholic 179, Mercer 184 — At Spring Valley Golf Course in Mercer, the Golden Eagles (4-0, 5-0) took over 1st place in Region 1 as they beat the Mustangs by 5 strokes.

KC’s Jacob Wilson and Mercer’s Nate Guiler shared medalist honors by shooting 39s.

Kennedy Catholic: Wilson 39, Paul Spondike 44, Jesse Kirila 45, Teddy Haaz 51. Mercer: Guiler 39, Mark Peters 47, Brock Watson, Matt Mathias, Ian Ollila, Landen Glass 49s.

Region 3 Mega-Match

Grove City finished 4th with 343 points Tuesday at Blueberry Hill Golf Course in Warren, Pa. Meadville won with 322, followed by Warren (323), Slippery Rock (330), Grove City and Oil City (365).

Warren’s Nathan Sandberg fired a 74 to earn medalist honors. Matt Gordon carded a 75 to lead GC and Slippery Rock was paced by Matt Badger and Mitchell May, who shot 81s.

Meadville: Charlie Holt 77, Dalton Zelasco 78, Kyle Luben 82, Matt Burchard 85. Warren: Sandberg 74, Andrew Gignac 76, Anthony Deppas 85, Austin Schwanke 88. SR: Badger, May 81s, Sam Isacco 82, Collin Hyatt 86. GC: Gordon 75, Kyle Shingledecker 86, Jordan Anderson 88, Justin Fulkerson 94. OC: Troy McGregor 89, Jeremy Watson, Andrew Pikna 91s, Colton Schneider 93.

Meadville leads the region standings with 19 points, Slippery Rock has 14, Warren 12, Grove City 11 and Oil City 4.

GC faces Neshannock in a dual-match Monday at Castle Hills Golf Club in New Castle and then competes in the next Region 3 Mega-Match on Tuesday at Wanango Golf Course in Oil City.

ä Lakeview 190, Green-ville 190 — At The Greens of Greenville, coach Ralph Sundelin’s Sailors (2-3) beat the Trojans on 1st medalist score. Chris Palutro shot a 41 for Lakeview;e Nick Dietrich 43 for Greenville.

Lakeview: Palutro 41, Keith Kepner 46, Sean Carlson 51, Austin Milliren 52. Greenville: Dietrich 43, Brandon Beilstein 46, Colton McCright 49, Luke Seiver 52.

GIRLS SOCCER

ä Grove City 9, Sharps-ville 0 — At Forker Field Wednesday, Kalie Davis was first to score off a cross from right midfielder Julie DiStasi and added 2 more 1st-half goals, assisted by Holly McGill on one. 

Anna Williams also scored 3 goals in the half, on a penalty kick and assists from Aubri McCoy and DiStasi.

First goal of the 2nd half came from Brittany Mattson on a pass from Abby Fulkerson. Mattson then hammered in a penalty kick. Davis once again found the net to complete the scoring for the Eagles, while Grove City goalkeeper Olivia Andrews pitched the shutout.

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