Here is the varsity slate of action for county fall sports teams for Thursday, October 25 through Monday, October 29:
Times Observer photo by Jonathan McAfoos
Beaty Pink Out
Beaty Warren Middle School’s girls basketball teams will host their annual Pink Out games beginning at 4 p.m. Thursday with the eighth graders taking on Bradford, followed by the seventh graders at 5 p.m. Profits from t-shirt sales and concessions from Thursday’s games, as well as the cheerleaders collection at halftimes, will benefit the American Cancer Society. Beaty team members, from left to right, beginning with the front row, include: Abigail Peck, Morgan Lupole, Haley Justice, Lily Morse, Abby Bouchard, Kayla Johnson; middle row: Jessie Sweigart, Chelsea Wees, Jaidynn Kendricks, Jena Massa, Erin Saporito, Makala Bowman, and Taylor Lucks, and; back row: Haley Tuller, Rachel Cecco, Rachel Wilson, Caitlin Reitz, Meranda Jenkins, head coach Kris Conn, Madeline Goldsberry, Megan Wortman, assistant coach Lisa Franklin, Maddie Loutzenhiser, Baylie Hoffman, Paige McCullough, and Haley Nelson.
Volleyball: Cochranton at Eisenhower, 6 p.m.
Ridgway at Sheffield, 6 p.m.
Oil City at Warren, 6 p.m.
Saegertown at Youngsville, 6 p.m.
Boys Soccer: Warren at McDowell, 6 p.m. (J.V. followed by varsity)
Football: Corry at Warren Freshmen, 4 p.m., War Memorial Field
Football: Youngsville at Eisenhower, 7 p.m.
Warren at Franklin, 7 p.m.
Cross Country: District 10 Cross Country Championships, at Sharon's Buhl Park, 9 a.m.
Football: Curwensville at Sheffield, 1:30 p.m.
Volleyball: Eisenhower at Sheffield, 6 p.m.
D-10 Jr. high cross
Members of the Beaty, Youngsville, Eisenhower and Tidioute Community Charter School's junior high cross country teams competed in the District 10 Junior High Cross Country Championships held Wednesday in Union City. Here are the county results:
Beaty: 9. Blake Ristau 9:20, 72. James Sturdevant 10:50, 82. Jacob Tichenor 10:57, 130. Reed Swanson 11:37, 166. Cade McChesney 12:27, 178. Bryce McCracken 12:56
Youngsville: 22. Tanner Burns 9:44, 51. Levi Hendrickson 10:19, 60. Nathan Lehman 10:34, 160. Michael Stover 12:15
Youngsville: 11. Brook Messinger 10:51, 32. Leigh Fehlman 11:18, 60. Leah McCluskey 11:53, 135. Kayla Bubbenmoyer 13:10
Beaty: 49. Olivia Ashbaugh 11:37, 50. Gabby Hahn 11:39, 100. Morgan Lemmon 12:29, 119. Sabrina Johnson 12:50. 147. Sara Watford 13:25, 183. Lydia Tomassoni 14:20
Eisenhower: 102. Madi Hultman 12:31, 129. Jocelyn Courtney 13:01, 164. Noami Haight 13:45, 165. Hannah Bortz 13:45
Jr. high hoops
Youngsville swept a pair of junior high girls basketball games from Sheffield Wednesday at Youngsville Elementary-Middle School. In the eighth-grade game, the Eagles were a 31-7 winner of the Wolverines. Aspen Flinn and Alison Ishman each scored ten points for the winners while Julia Bailey added five points, Madison Fehlman four and Kathy Sveda two points. Heather Foreman led Sheffield with four points and Emily Knowles finished with three points.
In the 28-12 seventh-grade victory by the Eagles, Youngsville's Autumn Hultberg and Maddie Cratty led the winners with 10 points apiece. Caitlin Craig added four points while Chloe McLaughlin and Abby Carr finished with two points each. Mya Grubbs led Sheffield with eight points, Isiss Pratz added three points and Lexi Lyons finished with one.
Jr. high grid
Noah Myers had a 15-yard touchdown run and Seth Ecelberger a 25-yard touchdown and two-point conversion in Youngsville's 14-6 win over Eisenhower on Wednesday in a junior high football game at Youngsville High School.
Youngsville's defensive standouts included Myers and Joe Frazier, and the entire offensive line played well.
Eisenhower's touchdown came on a 20-yard pass from Jaydon Hayes to Nash Markham. Defensive standouts included Michael Ott, Adam Pascuzzi and Ryan Schnars.
Justin See scored for Beaty on a 65-yard run in a 20-6 seventh-grade loss at Union City on Wednesday. See, Max Sobina and Elliot Gross were Beaty's defensive standouts.