Safe at home

With the Slippery Rock dugout looking on, Lady Rockets’ catcher Julianna Hutchinson makes a futile swipe as Grove City’s Camryn Billig scores easily.

SLIPPERY ROCK — The Grove City and Slippery Rock softball game had more hills and valleys than a roller coaster at Cedar Point.

The Lady Eagles sandwiched the first 12 and the final 4 runs in a 16-8 Region 5 victory over their chief rivals at Slippery Rock High School Thursday afternoon.

Grove City coach Dave Gatewood said: “We got up on them early and I wasn’t on them as much as I probably should have been (in the middle innings) to keep the gas pedal down. We gave up 8 runs after we were up 12-0, but we came back to score (4) more runs to put it away.”

Jordyn Anderson, Jordan Malczak, Lauren Wentz and Gabby Herald ripped consecutive doubles as Grove City eased to a 5-0 lead in the first inning. The Lady Eagles extended their cushion to 8 runs in the second inning behind singles from Anderson, Malczak, Wentz and Kelly McClearn.

Grove City took what appeared to be an insurmountable 12-0 lead in its next at bat after McClearn’s huge two-out, 3-run single. “We batted around in the first inning, so that’s good,” Gatewood said. “It was a good game for us. We’re seeing the ball real well. The girls are hitting the ball very hard and good things happen when you do that.”

The Lady Rockets started their comeback in the bottom of the third with RBI singles from Julianna Hutchinson and JoElla Neal. Taylor Balint’s 2-run single in the fourth cut the deficit to 12-4.

Slippery Rock got within a reasonable striking distance in the fifth by putting up a 4-spot with 2 runs coming off an errant pitch.

“I liked the girls’ fight,” Slippery Rock coach Dan Hindman said. “That’s something we’ve been talking about a lot over the course of our season. I was pretty pleased with how they didn’t turtle up and give up. As disappointing of a loss as it was, there were some positives to take out it as well.”

After loading the bases with 2 outs in the sixth, Grove City took control of the game when the throw off an Anderson grounder was high and wide, allowing McClearn, Morgan Shingledecker and Camryn Billig to score.

“Seven runs instead of 4 makes a huge difference,” Hindman said. “We didn’t have a lot of time to make that up, but that play definitely wasn’t the difference in the game. At the end of the day, you have to be able to field routine balls and we weren’t able to do that tonight.

“No matter how you look at it, we had several average to above-average plays that we’re capable of making that we didn’t. We had to make the routine plays and it cost us the game.”

The Lady Eagles tacked on an insurance run in the top of the seventh.

“I think they got a little tense there for a while, but they’re fighters,” Gatewood said. “They came back and that’s all that matters to me. I think Jordyn beat the throw because she’s so fast, but the throw allowed everyone to come around to score.”

After multiple members of the Lady Eagles had seen typical SR starting pitcher Cheyenne Hindman at least 4 times over their careers, Dan Hindman decided to go with Aislynn Duffy in her stead inside the circle, but Duffy lasted just 4 outs against the red-hot Grove City bats.

Cheyenne Hindman and Duffy combined to allow 17 hits, 4 walks and struck out 5.

“Grove City is a team has seen ‘Chey’ several times,” Dan Hindman said. “It was my hope to get through their lineup at least once with Aislynn. If you take away that first inning, chances are we get through that one round of their lineup and get to ‘Chey’ to finish it out, but it didn’t work out. We wanted to roll the dice and see what we came up with.”

For the game, Grove City belted 9 doubles and all 9 starters collected at least one hit.

“I did not know that,” Gatewood said. “Nine doubles is good. We’re doing that real well right now as you can see.”

Gatewood was pleased with how his club has handled adversity through a little more than half the season.

“We’ve faced a lot of adversity this year already,” he said. “It’s truly prepared us for games like this where things aren’t going our way and we’re creating our own adversity. When we lost Lizzie Malczak to a broken arm up at Saegertown, that was adversity. When one of my players’ parent died, that’s adversity. We’ve overcome a lot of adversity to get to where we’re at and that only makes us stronger.”

NOTES: Anderson led the hit parade with a pair of doubles and a single, while Wentz ripped 2 singles and a double. Billig, Malczak and Herald singled and doubled, while McClearn whacked 2 singles. ... McClearn had 4 RBIs and Wentz and Herald each drove in 3 runs. ... Chloe Saylor worked all 7 innings for GC, allowing 14 hits and 2 walks. ... Neal went 3-for-4 with a double to pace the Lady Rockets, while Balint lent a single and a double. Cheyenne Hindman contributed a pair of singles. 


In other recent spring sports involving Mercer County teams the following results were reported to The Herald or Allied News:



• Wilmington 15, Mercer 0 (3 inn.) – At New Wilmington, Meadow Whiting fired a 3-hitter and belted a grand slam to lead the Lady Hounds (1-2, 3-6) over Mercer. Whiting struck out 6 batters, issued no walks and gave up 3 singles. At the dish, she also doubled and singled and finished with 5 RBI.

Also for Wilmington, Kara Yanessee had 2 singles and 2 RBI and Sydney Gurneal and Amber Siegfried both had a double and 2 RBI. Kayla McCullough suffered the loss for Mercer. She fanned 2, walked 3 and gave up all 15 runs on 11 hits. Ashley Shoemaker led the Lady M’s at the plate with a pair of singles.

• Conneaut Area 13, Jamestown 3 – At Linesville, the Lady Muskies suffered a 10-run loss to CASH.

Brittney Williams fired a 5-hitter for the Lady Eagles with 7 strikeouts and 2 walks.

Offensively for CASH, Williams doubled and ripped an RBI single, Ally Welcheck had 2 doubles and a single, Kiersten Shrock notched an RBI single and Ashley Haylett doubled and singled.

Bailey Haines and Madison Hilliard pitched for Jamestown. 

Haines fanned 7, walked 2 and gave up 9 runs (3 earned) on 5 hits in 4 innings of mound duty while Hilliard struck out 2 and allowed 4 runs on 5 hits.

Offensively for Jamestown, Camille Engstrom ripped a 2-run double and Logan Shannon had an RBI double.

• West Middlesex 6, Sharpsville 3 – At Milliken Ave. Ballpark in Sharpsville, Noelle Murray, Maddy Bacchetti and Kaitlyn Ashby all doubled and singled to lead the Ms. Reds past the Lady Blue Devils (3-1, 8-4).

Murray scored twice, Ashby touched home once, Macy Siefert had 2 singles and 1 run scored and Alyssa Nehlen and Jessica Andrusky both scored once.

Bacchetti earned the win for WM. She struck out 2 batters, issued 1 walk and gave up 7 hits.

Courtney Frye took the loss for Sharpsville. She collected 2 strikeouts, walked 1 and surrendered 8 hits.

At the plate for the Devils, Frye doubled and singled, Kailee Scurpa had 2 doubles and 2 runs scored and Abby Piccirilli, Sydney Flynn and Emily Bulick all singled.

• Conneaut (Ohio ) 5, Sharon 2 – Thursday’s thunderstorms in northeast Ohio interrupted the game in the 7th stanza, according to Lady Tigers’ taskmaster Chad McCombs. But Sharon’s setback was the product of a stormy 5th frame.

The Lady Tigers took a 2-0 lead into the home half of the 5th; however Conneaut’s T.Taylor and A.Ortiz ripped 2-run singles in an inning ignited by L.Campbell’s double. Conneaut (5-3) copped all 5 runs in the frame.

Winning pitcher J.Volkman fanned 4 and scattered 7 hits and 1 walk in yielding 2 runs.

Sharon starter Adrieanna Kimble KO’d 2 and walked 6 in her 6-inning stint.

Also for Sharon (2-7), Ellie McCombs and Ky’Azia Lee led with 2 hits apiece, and Maddie Berkson and Lee lent RBIs. McCombs scored a run and Allison Kimble and Bonai Doris drilled hits. 

• Lakeview 11, Rocky Grove 0 (6 inn.) – At Rocky Grove, Ashley Watts and Chloe Herrmann combined to pitch a 2-hitter and Mackenzie McIntire tripled, doubled and drove in 3 runs to lead the Lady Sailors past the Orioles.

Also for Lakeview, Watts ripped a pair of doubles and drove in a run and Payton Hostetler collected 2 hits and 1 RBI.

Watts fanned 2, had no walks and gave up 1 hit in 1 inning on the mound. Herrmann closed it out. She struck out 7, issued no walks and only allowed 1 hit.

Morgan Phillips and L. Peterson had the hits for RG. Phillips took the mound loss. She fanned 3, walked 6 and gave up all 11 runs on 8 hits.

• Cranberry 7, Hickory 6 – At Seneca, the Lady Hornets plated 3 runs in the top of the 7th, but the comeback bid fell short.

Natalie Barcinas ripped a double, homered and drove in 2 runs for Cranberry, Libby Kiefer had 2 singles and a double, Rachael McCauley ripped 2 singles and a double and drove in a run and Nicole Hutchinson notched 2 singles and an RBI.

Andrea Watson and Kaylee Weaver split time on the mound for Cranberry. Watson had no strikeouts, walked 2 and gave up 3 runs on 2 hits in 2 innings while Weaver fanned 4, issued 6 free passes and surrendered 3 runs on 4 hits.

Hannah George went the distance for Hickory. She struck out 2 hitters, walked 1 and gave up all 7 runs on 13 hits.

At the dish for the Lady Hornets, George and Amanda Perrico had RBI singles, Lydia Hines ripped an RBI double and Emily Maurer collected a 2-run single.

 • Grove City 7, Wilmington 4 — At New Wilmington, the visitors won the non-region clash. Chloe Saylor was the winning pitcher, yielding 9 hits, fanning 7 and walking 1. Whiting took the loss, giving up 11 hits, while whiffing 2 and allowing 1 free pass.

Leading Grove City (6-4) at the plate were: Saylor, double, single; Camryn Billig, double; and Jordyn Anderson, Lauren Wentz and Morgan Shingledecker, 2 singles each.

For Wilmington: SynSydney Gurneal, homer, single; and Jolene Novak, Brandi Buxton and Kara Yanace 2 hits each. 

Sharpsville 13, Mercer 3 (5 inn) –– At Sharpsville Tuesday, the Blue Devils moved to 7-2 overall and 3-0 in the region.

Winning pitcher was Courtney Frye, yielding 5 hits, fanning 3 and walking 2. Frye aided her cause with a double and 3 singles. Also offensively for Sharpsville: Kailee Scurpa, 2 singles, double; Gwynne Frazer, 2 doubles, Eve Mohney, single, double; Abbey Piccirilli, 2 singles; Emily Bulick single; Sydney Flynn 2 sac flies.

Sharpsville 18, Kennedy Catholic (3 inn) –– At Sharpsville Wednesday in a non-region clash, Piccirilli was the winning pitcher, allowing no hits, whiffing a pair and walking 1. Sasha Mancino took the loss, yielding 9 hits and 3 walks, while hitting 7 batters. At the plate for Sharpsville (8-3), Scurpa had 2 triples; Flynn single, double; Bulick single, double; and Frye, Frazer and Mohney singles.

• Grove City 5, Conneaut (Ohio) 4 – At Grove City’s Memorial Park, Kelly McClearn’s 2-run, 1-out, walk-off base hit scored Jordan Anderson and Gabrielle Herald with the decisive runs.

McClearn and Anderson split 6 of Grove City’s 10 hits. Anderson, Camryn Billig and Herald drilled doubles for Grove City (5-1 region, 5-4 overall).

Winning pitcher Chloe Saylor went the 7-inning distance, surrendering 5 hits, 4 runs (3 earned), while walking 2 and whiffing 2.

Losing hurler Oatman worked 6 1/3 innings and all 5 runs were earned . She walked 3 and struck out 1. Sanford doubled for Conneaut’s (5-1 region) lone extra- base hit.

• Jamestown 5, Franklin 0 – At Jamestown, Lady Muskies’ moundsman Kara Miller scattered 7 hits and struck out 7.

The Lady Muskies mustered a 3-run 3rd inning, highlighted by RBI-doubles from Madison Johnson and Camille Engstrom. Jamestown tacked on 2 more runs in the 4h frame. Farah Messai stroked a run-scoring single and Engstrom added a sac fly RBI. Johnson singled twice and doubled, as did Engstrom.

Kielie Hawke singled and doubled for Franklin, while losing pitcher Gracie Streyfeller singled twice. Stryfeler struck out 6, walked 2 and hit a batter.

• Hickory 10, Sharon 4 – At Wengler Field in Sharon, Autumn Black fired a complete-game 2-hitter in leading the Lady Hornets past the Tigers (2-7).

Black struck out 7 batters and walked 7. Adrieanna Kimble took the loss for Sharon. She fanned 7, issued no walks and surrendered 9 hits.

Paige Rush belted a solo home run and an RBI single for Hickory, Black doubled and singled, Amanda Perrico ripped a 3-run double in the 3rd inning and scored twice, Lydia Hines hit a solo homer and had 2 RBI and Aliza Scheuermann and Hannah George both had RBI doubles.

For Sharon, Ky’Azia Lee doubled and drove in a pair of runs and Ellie McCombs singled.

• West Middlesex 22, Rocky Grove 7 (4 inn.) – At West Middlesex, Maddie Bacchetti fired a 6-hitter with 2 strikeouts and 2 walks as the Ms. Reds (3-0, 7-4) routed the Lady Orioles.

Olivia Schwab suffered the loss for RG. She walked 3 and gave up 11 hits in 1 1/3 innings.

Offensively for WM, Madison Nehlen had a pair of triples, Makennah White doubled and belted a 2-run homer, Jess Andrusky ripped 2 singles and Macy Siefert tripled and singled.

Brooke Deeter led the Orioles with a 2-for-3 plate performance, which included a 2-run homer.



• Greenville 7, Titusville 6 – At Titusville Wednesday, the visiting Trojans held off a late rally by the Rockets – 2 runs in the 7th inning – to grab the win.

Nathan Maietta had 3 hits, including a 2-run homer, to pace Greenville. Trap Wentling added a pair of safeties, while Peircen Fenton, Cody Tumpack, Benny Kozminski, Jon King and Nate Bell each rapped singles.

Bell went the distance for the mound win, fanning 4, walking 2. Jack Garrett went 6 frames for the Rockets, while James Johnson closed it out. 

Jacob Foltz had 3 hits, while Ryan Sines, Steven Hollabaugh, Logan Nosko and Matt Leach each had 2 for the losers.

Hickory 10, Meadville 9 ––At Hornet Stadium, Hickory harvested a 6-run 2nd stanza, then added a 3-run 6th.

Josh Baum banged  3 hits and drove in 4 runs for the heavy-hitting Hornets. Also, Joe Gasior, Cam Whalen and Nate Marchand mustered 2 hits each. Whalen and Marchand drilled doubles, and the latter was credited with 3 RBI.

Nate Hando, Baum and Gasior worked 2, 3 and 2 innings, respectively, on the mound. Gasior got credit for the win, whiffing 2 and walking 2, allowing just 1 hit and 1 run.

For MASH, starter Smith and reliever Rinella permitted 12 hits, 5 walks and 9 earned runs.

Ferrao finished with 3 hits and 2 RBI and Wilson went for 23 hits. Ferraro and Mook doubled.

Conneaut 8, Sharon 7 –– At Linesville, Chance Lloyd’s 2-run, walk-off single off reliever Luke Sadowski served as the game-winner for CASH (3-8; 2-4 region) .

Sharon scored 4 runs in the 6th to take the lead, and Joe Faber added a 2-run single in the 7th stanza.

Chance Hoehn was credited with the win in relief of Sam Andrew. Sharon scored 4 runs on 8 hits in Andrew’s 6 1/3 innings at the start, and the Tigers tattooed Hoehn for 3 hits and 3 runs in his 2/3 of an inning before he recorded the final out.

Righty Mike Piccirilli started for Sharon and allowed 4 runs on 3 hits in 4 frames. Sadowski yielded 4 runs on 7 hits in 2 1/3 innings. Offensively for Sharon (4-7), Nick McClimans mustered 3 hits and Jordan Volpe and Isaac Connelly each added 2.

CASH’s Spencer Reiser ripped 2 hits, as did Andrew and T.J. Brown, and Hoehn singled and doubled.

Franklin 7, Mercer 3 –– At Franklin, Justis Docherty and Brendon Gordon collaborated on a 6-hitter for Franklin. They combined for 10 strikeouts, but walked 7. Zach Baughman’s 3 hits and 2 each from Docherty and Vinnie Greco paced the Knights (6-4; 4-1 region). Nate Emerson drove in 2 runs, as did Baughman. Gordon and Connor Rakow doubled.

Mercer’s Daniel Scheidhauer suffered the setback. He allowed 11 hits and 6 runs (5 earned) in 5 2/3 innings, whiffing 2 and walking 1. He also had 2 hits and plated a pair of runs for the Mustangs.

Oil City 6, Grove City 1 –– Oil City starter Dylin Chapin checked Grove City on 4 hits and an unearned run in 6 2/3 innings. He fanned 4 and walked 1. Highfield got the final out in relief.

Oil City’s offense was led was by Chapin with a hit and 3 RBI, Caden Highfield singled and doubled, Shane Ruby ripped a 2-run single, and Colby Ryback singled for Oil City (4-5, 3-4 region). 

Grove City’s Logan Minch pitched 5 2/3 innings, surrendering 5 runs (1 earned) on 3 hits and 3 walks. He struck out 7. Nick Davies gave up a run in 1 1/3 innings of relief.  Offensively for the Eagles, Ben McKnight went 3 for 4. Logan Minch had a double. 

Sharpsville 4, Reynolds 1 — At South Py, the Blue Devils scored singletons in the 3rd and 4th innings, then added a pair in the 5th. 

On the mound for Sharpsville, Max Siguenza went the distance fanning 9, walking 1 and giving up 3 hits. Offensively, Sean Davis had a single, Eric Lenzi singled in a run, and Max Messett singled. 

Devin Weaver and Grey DeCiancio each pitched 3 innings for the Raiders. For Reynolds at the plate: DeCiancio had a pair of hits, while Noah Fuchs, Sean O’Hara and Devin Weaver each singled. Reynolds scored in the 6th.

• Lakeview 10, West Middlesex 4 – At West Middlesex, Steve Kokoski belted a monster home run in leading the Sailors past the Big Reds.

Kokoski went 2-for-4 and hammered a 3-run bomb onto the high school track at Big Reds Stadium in the 3rd inning. He also scored 2 runs.

Also for Lakeview, Derick Uber went 2-for-4 with 1 run scored and Tanner Reddick had 1 hit and scored 3 times.

Zack Urey started for Lakeview and pitched 3 innings. He struck out 1 batter, walked 3 and gave up 3 runs on 6 hits.

Ethan Taylor entered the game and closed it out with 4 strikeouts, 1 walk and allowed 1 run on 4 hits.

Jake Bowen and Josh Porterfield split time on the mound for WM. Bowen fanned 2, walked 3 and yielded 6 runs on 4 hits in 4 innings of work. Porterfield fanned 1, issued 2 walks and gave up 4 runs (2 earned) on 4 hits.

Offensively for WM, Bowen ripped 3 singles and scored once and Porterfield was a perfect 4-for-4 (3 singles, double) with 1 run scored.

The Big Reds committed 5 errors and left 11 runners on base.

• Wilmington 3, Mercer 1 – At New Wilmington the Greyhounds got a combined 3-hit pitching performance from Brendan Presnar and Jacob Fleegle. Presnar posted 5 frames of 1-hit, 1-run ball, fanning 4 and walking 4. He threw 86 pitches (48 strikes). Fleegle fired 2 innings of scoreless, hitless relief.

Wilmington mustered just 2 hits. Fleegle drove in 2 runs and Reese Bender the other.

For Mercer, Brian Shevitz struck out 4, walked 4 and allowed just the 2 hits. None of the 3 runs were earned. He needed only 72 pitches (42 strikes) in 6 stanzas. Kaiden Seelbaugh drove in Mercer’s lone run. He, Shevitz and Kyle Ricketts ripped Mercer’s lone hits.

• Greenville 3, Franklin 2 – At Franklin Monday, the Trojans scored 3 runs in the 2nd inning and made it hold up for the victory.

Josh Hittle had a 2 hits and an RBI for the winners, while Jon King had a single and RBI and Nathan Maietta a single. Peircen Fenton picked up the mound win, going 6 2/3 innings, fanning 3, walking 3 and yielding 5 hits. Nate Bell finished the game. 

Trey Weaver had 2 hits to pace Franklin, while Nate Emerson doubled. Connor Rakow took the mound loss, while Trey Weaver also toed the rubber.



The annual Tri-County Tennis Tournament will be held Wednesday at the Buhl Farm Tennis Courts.

Ten high schools from the Tri-County Athletic Conference will compete — Greenville, Grove City, Harbor Creek, Hickory, Meadville, Oil City, Rocky Grove, Sharon, Titusville and Warren.

The event will begin at 8:30 a.m. Individual champions and runners-up in 8 divisions, as well as team champions, will be awarded. Sue McLaughlin, Buhl Farm’s tennis director, is in charge of the tournament.

• Grove City 2, Oil City 0 (ppd.) – The GC vs. OC match was postponed mid-match due to rain with the Eagles leading 2-0. GC’s Will Kemeny notched a 6-4, 6-2, win over Jett McGregor at No. 1 singles and the No. 1 doubles duo of Mason Wise and Peter Birmingham posted a 6-4, 6-1, win over Alec Klapec and Caleb Gardner.

Other match scores when the skies opened up – Singles: Jasper Franklin (GC) vs. Aaron Gotses, 2-6, 5-4 ppd.; Levi Aldstadt (GC) vs. Bradley Carlson, 3-6, 4-2 ppd. Doubles: Max Boshaw-Will Rastatter (GC) vs. Dylan Womer-Elijah Flinchbaugh, 4-0 ppd.

• Greenville 5, Sharon 0 – At Buhl Farm Park, the visiting Trojans triumphed by winning 2 of 3 singles matches and sweeping the doubles competition.

Sharon’s Zach Cattron copped a 3-set win via 3rd-set tiebreaker over Vijay Perry.

Singles: Hunter Urey (G) def. Colin Crago, 2-6, 6-2, 6-3; Cattron (S) def. Perry, 6-3, 3-6, 7-5; Grant Williams (G) def. Pete Stigliano, 6-0, 6-2. Doubles: Shawn Gilfoyle-Ronnie Mutinelli (G) def. Max Baron-John Stephenson, 6-0, 6-0; Kyle O’Malley-Trent Brady (G) def. Nolan Songer-Justin Stanek, 6-1, 6-0.

• Hickory 5, Sharon 0 — At Hermitage, Hickory moved to 5-0 in Region 1 play and clinched their first outright region crown in 4 years with the sweep of the Tigers. 

“What a great accomplishment for the team, in particular for the seniors,” said Hickory co-coach Joe Bender. “They’ve worked very hard to achieve this goal and have handled adversity well this season which is a great sign as we will be heading into post-season action in the near future.”

The District 10 singles matches are May 6, doubles May 10 and team play May 12 at Erie’s Pennbriar Athletic Club.

Singles: Alex Georgescu (H) def. Zach Cattron 6-0, 6-3; Mike Mettee (H) def. Colin Crago 7-6(7-5), 6-2; Zach Mettee (H) def. Ben Baron 6-1, 6-0; Doubles: Boomer Cindric/James Reda (H) def. Pete Stigliano/John Stephenson, 6-0, 6-1; Kellan Hunter/Connor Smith (H) def. Leon Bell/Nolan Songer, 6-0, 6-0.




• West Middlesex 132, Kennedy Catholic 18 – At Big Reds Stadium, the host Big Reds rolled.

Joe Gaydek (shot put, pole vault), Chase Tyillian (high jump, javelin), Rocco Davano (long, triple jumps, sprint-relay anchor), Carl Hoover (4x8, 4x4 relay legs, 800-meter dash), and Michael Medlin (intermediate hurdles 4x4 relay leg) and Luke Mantzell (1600-meter run, 4x8 and 4x4 relay legs) paced West Middlesex.

Channing Phillips finished 1st in the 100-, 200- and 400-meter dashes to key Kennedy Catholic.   

• Grove City 129, George Junior Republic 21 – At Grove City’s Forker Field, Molek Walker captured 1st place in 3 events to lead the Eagles past the Tigers.

Walker raced to a win in the 100-meter dash (11.3), the 800 (2:06) and ran the anchor leg on the 1st-place 1600-meter relay team (3:33.5).

Noad captured the 3200 (11:35) for GJR.

• Slippery Rock 98, Sharon 51 – At Slippery Rock, the host Rockets (5-1) were fueled by Hunter Prementine (high hurdles, triple and long jumps) and Vinnie Pilosi (3x8 and 4x4 relay legs, 800-meter run).

Williams went for a sweep of the 100- and 200-meter dashes for Sharon, while Reed recorded a double-double in the shot and disc. Esmond (400), Flower (intermediates) and Palisin (3200-meter run) posted wins for the Tigers.

• Reynolds 105, Wilmington 44 – At Transfer, Matt Gosser, Dylan McDanel and Ryan McQuown were double-event winners as the Raiders rolled past the Hounds.

Gosser won the 110-meter hurdles and pole vault, McDanel swept the 100 and 200 and McQuown was 1st in the long and high jumps.

Sanders (discus) and Hanssen (javelin) were the long winners for Wilmington.

• Sharpsville 79, Lakeview 71 – At Stoneboro, the visiting Blue Devils dealt Lakeview the region loss.

Logan Lukonic (1600- 3200-meter runs, 4x4 relay anchor), Bobby Besser (100, sprint-relay leg) and Cam Prebble (4x4 relay leg, long jump), and Kobe Joseph (high hurdles, sprint-relay leg) stoked Sharpsville. Also, Brandon Hopson (4x1 relay leg, intermediate hurdles) and Nathan Vaughn (200-meter dash, 4x1 relay).

Leading Lakeview (3-2 in Region 1, 6-2 overall) were Zac Tingley (400-, 800-meters), Aaron Armstrong (discus, javelin) and jumper Grim (long, high).

• LaBrae 78, Mathews 57.5, Brookfield 53.5, Campbell Memorial 41 – At Brookfield, returning OHSAA Championships qualifier Xaiver Bailey was Brookfield’s big winner. Bailey bolted to wins in the 100-meter dash in 10.9, in the 200-meter dash in 22.2, and was part of the Warriors’ winning sprint-relay quartet (45.1). Also, Colwell copped a pair of wins in the intermediate hurdles (41.7) and long jump (20-0).


• Slippery Rock 119, Sharon 24 – At Slippery Rock, the Lady Rockets (4-0) were led by Haley Cararini (4x8 and 4x4 relays, 400-meter run), Macy McCall (intermediate hurdles, 100-meter dash), Brooke Schaefers (800-meter run, 4x8 and 4x4 relays), Emily Sarver (long, triple jumps), and Alyssa Dalmagro (shot, disc).

Jordan Williams won the open 3200-meter run and javelin for Sharon.

• West Middlesex 92, Kennedy Catholic 46 – At West Middlesex, Gretchen Elsey (high and intermediate hurdles) and Alexis Langdon (400-meter dash, triple jump) led the host Ms. Reds.

Maya Jones (100-, 200-meter dashes, 4x4 relay leg) and Allie Suhar (discus, 4x4) keyed Kennedy Catholic.

• Wilmington 102, Reynolds 47 – At Transfer, Alexandra Glavach captured the 1600- and 3200-meter runs on Tuesday to lead the Lady Hounds to the win.

Glavach clocked in at 6:16 in the 1600 and 13:55.5 in the 3200.

Hayley Fenton (400), Clyde (300 hurdles), Rachel Cowan (discus) and Tess Cadman (javelin) had 1st-place finishes for Reynolds.

• Lakeview 94, Sharpsville 55 – At Stoneboro, the host Lady Sailors coasted to the win. Leading Lakeview were Michaela Rose (100-, 200-meter dashes, 4x1 relay), Kendra Benton (high, intermediate hurdles, sprint-relay leg), and Claire Oliver (800- and 1600-meter runs).

Maddie Breneman (long, triple jumps) and Hannah Mueller (shot put, discus) set the pace for Sharpsville.

• LaBrae 98, Mathews 49, Campbell Memorial 42, Brookfield 34 – At Brookfield, the host Lady Warriors were led by Dana Sydlowski (800-meter run in 2:48.1 and high jump at 4-6), and versatile Vendemia (intermediate hurdles in 51.4, and long jump of 15-6).





3200 relay — West Middlesex (Baker, Mantzell, Andy Chlpka, Hoover) 10:42.6; 110 hurdles — Davis (WM) 20.0; 100 — Phillips (KC) 11.2; 1600 — Mantzell (WM) 4:55.9; 400 — Phillips (KC) 53.0; 400 relay — West Middlesex (Gaydek, Varga, Franks, Davano) 49.7; 300 hurdles — Medlin (WM) 47.4; 800 — Hoover (WM) 2:12.7; 200 — Phillips (KC) 23.8; 3200 — Alex Chlpka (WM) 11:46.2; 1600 relay — West Middlesex (Andy Chlpka, Medlin, Hoover, Franks) 4:03.2; Shot put — Gladysz (WM) 44-0; Discus — Gaydek (WM) 119-2; Javelin — Tyillian (WM) 134-0; Long jump — Davano (WM) 18-4; Triple jump — Davano (WM) 35-7; High jump — Tyillian (WM) 4-10; Pole vault — Gaydek (WM) 11-0.



3200 relay — GC (Powell, Cross, Drexler, Pyle), 8:54.1; 110 hurdles — Fassinger (GC), 16.8; 100 — Walker (GC), 11.3; 1600 — Owrey (GC), 4:50; 400 — Smith (GC), 54.7; 400 relay — GC (Muhammad, Packard, Turner, Murawski), 45.5; 300 hurdles — McEwen (GC), 43.6; 800 — Walker (GC), 2:06; 200 — Turner (GC), 24.0; 3200 — Noad (GJR), 11:35; 1600 relay — GC (Powell, Pyle, Murawski, Walker), 3:33.5; Shot put — Hefner (GC), 41-5; Discus — Hefner (GC), 149-0; Javelin — Patterson (GC), 153-6; Long jump — Muhammad (GC), 19-1; Triple jump — Lowe (GC), 39-11; High jump — Fagan (GC), 5-11; Pole vault — Sanders (GC), 12-0.



3200 relay — Slippery Rock (Pilosi, Sosa, Scarborough, Lewis) 11:38.29; 110 hurdles — Prementine (SR) 16.9; 100 — Williams (S) 11.59; 1600 — Bennett (SR) 5:21; 400 — Esmond (S) 55.11; 400 relay — Slippery Rock (Beckwith, Slater, Wolinski, Williams) 46.77; 300 hurdles — Flower (S) 44.67; 800 — Pilosi (SR) 2:20.91; 200 — Williams (S) 23.94; 3200 — Palisin (S) 10:42.92; 1600 relay — Slippery Rock (Pilosi, Wolinski, Scarborough, Slater) 3:57.76; Shot put — Northcott (SR) 42-1; Discus — Reed (S) 159-3; Javelin — Reed (S) 123-7; Long jump — Shea (SR) 18-5; Triple jump — Prementine (SR) 38-10; High jump — Prementine (SR) 5-7; Pole vault — Long (SR) 10-6.



3200 relay — Reynolds (no names submitted), 8:46.1; 110 hurdles — Gosser (R), 19.0; 100 — McDanel (R), 11.3; 1600 — Forrester (R), 4:55.7; 400 — Gill (R), 52.5; 400 relay — Reynolds (no names submitted), 45.3; 300 hurdles — Thompson (R), 46.5; 800 — Duffy (R), 2:05.5; 200 — McDanel (R), 23.5; 3200 — Hart (R), 10:49.1; 1600 relay — Reynolds (no names submitted), 3:38.1; Shot put — Miller (R), 38-9; Discus — Sanders (W), 109-10; Javelin — Hanssen (W), 146-5; Long jump — McQuown (R), 20-5; Triple jump — Stevenson (W), 42-8; High jump — McQuown (R), 5-9; Pole vault — Gosser (R), 12-6.



3200 relay — Lakeview (Maxwell, McGowan, Zebrovious, Kyko) 10:12.6; 110 hurdles — Joseph (S) 16.5; 100 — Besser (S) 11.9; 1600 — Lukonic (S) 5:03.7; 400 — Tingley (L) 53.3; 400 relay — Sharpsviille (Besser, Joseph, Hopson, Vaughn) 46.3; 300 hurdles — Hopson (S) 43.4; 800 — Tingley (L) 2:15.8; 200 — Vaughn (S) 25.6; 3200 — Lukonic (S) 10:05; 1600 relay — Sharpsville  (Prebble, Hopson, Wiley, Lukonic), 3:43.5; Shot put — Selders (S) 44-9; Discus — Armstrong (L) 143-8; Javelin — Armstrong (L) 140-3; Long jump — Prebble (S) 18-1; Triple jump — Grim (L) 37-9 1/2; High jump — Grim (L) 5-5; Pole vault — Lightcap (L) 12-0.




3200 relay — Slippery Rock (Cararini, Plunkard, Raine, Schaefers) 13:08; 100 hurdles — Allen (SR) 17.28; 100 — McCall (SR) 13.44; 1600 — Pflugh (SR) 5:58; 400 — Cararini (SR) 1:06.34; 400 relay — Slippery Rock (Pollard, Allen, Wherthey, Harriett) no time reported; 300 hurdles — McCall (SR) 50.7; 800 — Schaefers (SR) 2:38.26; 200 — Pollard (SR) 28.89; 3200 — Williams (S) 11:37.71; 1600 relay — Slippery Rock (Plunkard, Gentile, Cararini, Schaefers) no time reported; Shot put — Dalmagro (SR) 27-4 1/2; Discus — Dalmagro (SR) 76-3; Javelin — Williams (S) 78-3; Long jump — Sarver (SR) 14-6; Triple jump — Sarver (SR) 33-3; High jump — Sterling (S) 4-9; Pole vault — Kocuba (SR) 7-6.




3200 relay — Kennedy Catholic (Lapore, Patterson, Feeney, Wanner) 11:52.6; 100 hurdles — Elsey (WM) 20.4; 100 — Jones (KC) 13.7; 1600 —Kachulis (WM) 5:34.8; 400 — Langdon (WM) 1:05.8; 400 relay — West Middlesex (no names submitted) 1:05.4; 300 hurdles — Elsey (WM) 59.3; 800 — Peterson (WM) 2:59.1; 200 — Jones (KC) 30.5; 3200 — no results submitted; 1600 relay — Kennedy Catholic (Jones, Suhar, Berardi, Popovitch) 5:15.3; Shot put — Williams (KC) 28-1; Discus — Suhar (KC) 75-7; Javelin — Schuster (WM) 90-7; Long jump — Pierce (WM) 12-2; Triple jump — Langdon (WM) 30-9; High jump — Snyder (WM) 4-3; Pole vault — Mantzell (WM) 6-0.



3200 relay — Wilmington (no names submitted), 13:26.7; 100 hurdles — Ferrante (W), 17.8; 100 — Wynder (W), 13.3; 1600 — Glavach (W), 6:16; 400 — Fenton (R), 1:01.1; 400 relay — Wilmington (no names submitted), 52.5; 300 hurdles — Clyde (R), 53.8; 800 — Brumbaugh (W), 2:34.4; 200 — Cooper (W), 28.6; 3200 — Glavach (W), 13:55.5; 1600 relay — Reynolds (no names submitted), 4:17; Shot put — Deal (W), 32-3; Discus — Cowan (R), 100-1 1/2; Javelin — Cadman (R), 125-0; Long jump — Commisso (W), 12-9 3/4; Triple jump — Welker (W), 30-7; High jump — Boyle (W), 4-7; Pole vault — Hickman (W), 9-6.



3200 relay — Lakeview (Turik, Williams, Drozynski, Hovis) no time submitted; 100 hurdles — Benton (L) 16.3; 100 — Rose (L) 12.4; 1600 — Oliver (L) 5:36.5; 400 — Jewell (S) 1:05.8; 400 relay — Lakeview Rose, Greggs, Nathaniel, Benton) 49.9; 300 hurdles — Benton (L) 48.5; 800 — Oliver (L) 2:36.3; 200 — Rose (L) 26.5; 3200 — Manning (S) 13:58.4; 1600 relay — Sharpsville (no names submitted) 4:20.2; Shot put — Mueller (S) 31-4; Discus — Mueller (S) 91-7; Javelin — Womer (L) 92-1; Long jump — Breneman (S) 14-11; Triple jump — Breneman (S) 33-8; High jump — Greggs (L) 5-0; Pole vault — Maxwell (L) no height submitted.

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