Solomon Gross had three more touchdowns and Warren's freshmen football team beat Corry, 24-18, on Thursday.
Along with his six-yard touchdown run, 16-yard touchdown pass from Nick DeSimone and 52-yard run, Colbin Constable added a 13-yard touchdown run in the win.
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The Beaty Warren Middle School seventh-grade girls basketball team finished undefeated at 16-0 with a win Bradford on Thursday. Team members include, from left, in front, Kadee Merenick and Megan Blankenberg and, in back, holding up head coach Tracey Morrison, Lily Nebinski, Sierra Matson, Gracie Wood, Laura Lucks Ceci Citro and Kayla Giambrone. Missing from photo is teammate Francesca Beuger.
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On the hunt
Youngsville’s Mason Benjamin chases Eisenhower running back Matt Huling in a junior high football game Thursday at Eisenhower High School.
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Beaty’s Griffin Suppa (28) turns the corner and heads for the end zone after receiving a block from Avery Smith (88) during the Dragons 26-0 seventh grade football win over Union City at War Memorial Field.
Alex Weston had two interceptions on defense, and both the entire defense and offensive line were keys to the victory.
Warren finishes 6-1.
Jr. high grid
The Beaty-Warren Middle School seventh grade football team finished the season with a record of 6-0-1 after a 26-0 win over Union City Thursday at War Memorial Field.
Griffin Suppa had two rushing touchdowns and hauled in a pass from Jake Kupchella for a third score, and Austyn Cummings added a rushing touchdown of his own for the Dragons. Kupchella also added an interception on the defensive side of the ball. Warren used a strong performance from the offensive line and a team effort on defense to close out the undefeated season.
Jr. high hoops
Beaty's seventh-grade girls basketball team finished 16-0 on the season with a 36-6 win at Bradford on Thursday. Scoring for Beaty included Laura Lucks with 12 points, Kadee Merenick and Gracie Wood eight each and Sierra Matson two.
Beaty's eighth-grade girls basketball team finished 14-3 overall after a 33-28 win at Bradford on Thursday. For Beaty, Rachel Wilson led with 12 points, Taylor Lucks added seven, Margo Loutzenhiser six, Chelsea Wees four, Morgan Lupole three and Lyndsey Goldthwaite one.