Here is the varsity slate of action for county fall sports teams for Wednesday, Oct. 17, through Saturday, Oct. 20:
Please credit the Asheville (NC) Citizen-Times
Kurt Sherrard, left, front, from Penn State Mont Alto, competing as a member of Penn State Woodsmen Team.
Photo submitted to the Times Observer
Pink Out planned
The Eisenhower High School volleyball team will be holding a “Dig Pink” Pink Out event during Thursday’s home volleyball match with Youngsville. Those attending the game are encouraged to wear pink. The money raised during the event will be donated to a local charity for women who can no longer afford insurance after their initial breast cancer exam. Team members include, from left, in front, coach Tina Edwards, Kelsey Repke, Nicole Ewer, Kristen Williams, Cassidy Edwards, Melissa Vibbert and coach Tom Firth; second row, Corinne VanEvery, Marion Sherer, Holly Chapman, Ashley Barnett, Jessie McCool and Andrea Mortenson; third row, Alyssa Peterson, Jenna Jordan, Mallory Schutt, Mercedes Hesslink and Kayla Porter, and; back row, Aysia Peters, Mallory Trumbull, Kristen Wagner, Chrissy Brunecz, Apprille Seamens and Amanda Dallas.
Boys Soccer: Eisenhower at North East, 4 p.m.
Warren at Corry, 4 p.m.
Volleyball: Youngsville at Eisenhower, 6 p.m.
Sheffield at Elk County Catholic, 6 p.m.
Warren at Franklin, 6 p.m.
Girls Soccer: Iroquois at Eisenhower, 4 p.m.
Warren at Bradford, 4 p.m.
Football: Eisenhower at Union City, 7 p.m.
Sheffield at Smethport, 7 p.m.
DuBois at Warren, 7 p.m.
Cochranton at Youngsville, 7 p.m.
Cross Country: Eisenhower, Youngsville, Warren at Region 4 Meet, Union City Country Club, 9 a.m.
Boys Soccer: Eisenhower at Smethport, 1 p.m.
Girls Soccer: Eisenhower at Smethport, 11 a.m.
Sheffield's junior varsity football team remained undefeated with a convincing 19-0 victory over the Smethport Hubbers on Monday. The Wolverines jumped out to an early 6-0 lead on a four-yard run by Kenny Marshall. The score was set up by a nifty catch and run from Ricky Prosen.
Sheffield pushed the lead to 12-0 before the half as Adam Higby found Noah Heeter with a 72-yard touchdown pass.
Higby and Heeter hooked up again in the fourth quarter for a 52-yard touchdown pass that made it 19-0.
Higby finished 7-of-12 for 210 yards with two scores.
The Kinzua U14 co-ed soccer team defeated General McLane, 7-0, on Sunday in Edinboro on the strength of six goals by Simon Smith. Dominik Giannini scored Kinzua's other goal. Lionel Eason had one assist, and Seth Harrington and Giannini combined on Kinzua's shutout.
Jimmy Lobdell, Tanner Kays, Mackenzie Bickling and Kelsey Dilks played well defensively for Kinzua, which is 4-1 overall with four shutouts.
The team next plays at Clarion on Sunday.
The Kinzua Soccer Club will hold tryouts for its spring 2013 girls and boys U10 through U19 travel teams at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Warren State Hospital soccer fields.
Eligible players will have birth dates falling between August 1, 1993, and July 31, 2004. Current high school soccer players do not need to tryout, but will need to register to be considered for a team. The tryout make-up date will at 1 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 4.
Questions may be e-mailed to email@example.com.
2011 Warren Area High School graduate Kurt Sherrard is a sophomore second-year member of the Penn State Woodsmen Team at Penn State Mont Alto. Sherrard, and teammate Nathan Uhrich, competed in the Cradle of Forestry competition at the Forest Festival in Asheville, N.C., on Saturday, Oct. 6.
The pair won the first round of competition for the fastest time in building a fire from wood with three matches, and bringing a soup can filled with water to boil.
Sherrard was also a participant in the pole fell competition, in which students chop a tree with an axe to race for the fastest time. He and his team placed fourth in the event.
Pole toss was Sherrard's third event which involves tossing a log between two stakes. His team placed third in pole toss, and Penn State Mont Alto placed second as a team out of five colleges competing.
Eisenhower High School graduate and Gannon redshirt freshman Cody Crosby punted once for 31 yards in Saturday's 38-29 loss to Mercyhurst University.