Jr. high hoops
Eisenhower Gold went 1-2 at this weekend's seventh-grade division of the Slippery Rock Shootout.
In a 22-12 win over Slippery Rock, Cameran Edwards and Caroline Hishman had six points each, Lexi Head and Tess Morningstar four each, and Delaney Mizzi two.
Photo submitted to the Times Observer
From left, Delaney Alcorn, Hannah Taylor, Emily See and Katie Madigan, of the Warren YMCA Powerhouse Gymnastics team, finished first recently in the Level 6 division of the Titusville Twisters Invitational gymnastics meet.
In a 31-6 loss to Moniteau, Brielle Whitney had four points and Lydia Giannini two for Ike Gold. In a 24-14 loss, again to Moniteau, Whitney had four points and Hishman, Head, Ashley VanGuilder, Kiara Weber and Payton Mineweaser two each for Ike (8-11).
Eisenhower Blue also went 1-2 in the eighth-grade division. In a 29-16 loss to Moniteau, Haley Spicer had six points for Ike Blue, Mineweaser and Sami Shelton four each and Miranda Garris two.
In a 36-8 loss to Youngsville, Mineweaser scored four points, and Spicer and Savannah McKown two each.
Ike Blue beat Warren B, 24-3, with Mineweaser, McKown and Hishman scoring four points each, and Shelton, Whitney, VanGuilder, Giannini and Shayla Hagg two each.
Youngsville's modified basketball team went 3-0 at the Slippery Rock Shootout.
Youngsville defeated Moniteau, 42-19. Alanna Hultberg led the way with 10 points, Caitlin Craig had 9, Paige Mineweaser and Autumn Hultberg eight each, Morgan Lawson five points and Megan Foley two.
Youngsville defeated Eisenhower, 36-8. Paige Mineweaser led the way with 10 points followed by Autumn Hultberg with eight points. Craig and Alanna Hultberg added six points each, Maddie Cratty four and Morgan Lawson two.
Youngsville defeated Slippery Rock, 42-18. Craig was high scorer with 11 points followed by Alanna Hultberg with seven points. Lauren Crowther and Mineweaser each tallied six points, Autumn Hultberg, Cratty and Foley had four points each, and Lawson added two points.
With the victories, the Lady Eagles improved their record to 13-4.
Warren Area High School graduate Kelsey Nuhfer earned a victory in the 50 freestyle with a time of 25.33 seconds in California University of Pennsylvania's dual swim meet win at Millersville University.
In a tri-meet with Shippensburg and Fairmont State, Nuhfer took second in the 100 butterfly with a time of 1:02.42 and third in the 50 freestyle with a time of 25.27.
Eisenhower High School graduate Kelsey Repke tallied 22 digs and one kill in Pitt-Bradford's volleyball match against Lycoming College on Saturday. The Lady Panthers lost to Lycoming and defeated Penn State Altoona in a tri-meet.
Youngsville High School graduate T.J. Hardy had two kickoffs totalling 109 yards for an average of 54.5 in Edinboro University's 19-6 loss to Mercyhurst Saturday at Mercyhurst's Tullio Field.
Warren Area High School graduate Colter Johnson punted six times for 240 yards and a long of 47 in UMass' 63-19 loss to nationally-ranked Northern Illinois Saturday at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Massachusetts.
Sheffield High School graduate Nick Bonavita had an interception and three tackles in Juniata College's 42-21 win over McDaniel Saturday in Westminster, Maryland.
The Kinzua U14 Co-ed team finished their season Sunday with a 6-1 win over Millcreek. Goal scorers were Seth Harrington and Connor Guiffre with two each and Bryce McCracken and Lionel Eason with one each. The winning goalie was Tommy Harrington. Jake Funari, Carter Borland and Tanner Kayes had outstanding games defensively.
The Penn York Winter Trap League kicked off the 2013-2014 season Sunday, November 3 at the Celoron Rod and Gun Club. Jon Shelton and Alex Kyler each broke 47 targets to tie for high junior. Zack Wheeler, Nate Christianson, and Mike Ziegler shot 39's to tie for high sub junior. Taylor Hanson only dropped one target to be the high lady and Red France also dropped just one to be the high super senior vet. Duane Schmader and Dave Straight tied for high vet with a pair of 44's and Dick Starks and John McCanna tied for high senior vet with a pair of 46's. George Kirin shot his first 25 straight today.
Next week's competition will be at the Carroll Rod and Gun Club. Carroll is also holding their annual slug shoot next Sunday. New shooters are always welcome.
A benefit shoot for the family of Don Foster will be held Saturday, November 9, at Celoron Rod and Gun Club from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m.
Kalbfus (336): Taylor Hansen 49, Ed McCullough 48, Otto Carl 48, Jack Kostkas 48, Bob Gregerson 48, John Pearson 48, Den Corey 47
Sugar Grove (332): Rick Espin 49, Dave Sena 48, Colton Black 48, Gary Castler 47, Ethan Black 47, Jon Shelton 47, Reed Johnson 46
Brokenstraw (324): Archie Hollabaugh 47, Curt Hollabaugh 47, Ron Gustafson 47, Mike Carrington 46, John McCanna 46, Dale Johnson 46, Jerry Cressley 45
Busti (324): Tiffany Decker 48, George Kirin 47, Jim Bessey 47, Jim Kestler 46, Dick Starks 46, Gary Olson 45, Chiyo Grant 45
Celoron (324): Shane Lindstrom 48, Kevin Sturzenbecker 48, Howard Lindstrom 46, Kevin Nicklas 46, Mike Johnson 46, Dennis Spoon 45, Ted Blanchard 45
Randolph (319): Jim Congdon 49, Gary Sickles 48, Kim Milford 46, Bill Congdon 44, Greg Grimm 44, Red France 44, Rob Simsick 43
Carroll (317): Doug Johnson 49, Alex Kyler 47, Rick Rusiniak 47, Marty Nelson 46, Ron Fiedler 43, Mike Mackey 43, Paul Prentice 42
Pine Grove (314): Dean Spiridon 46, Russ Wingard 45, Brian Ecelberger 45, Rick Giannini 45, Greg Nagurney 45, Addie Beltz 44, John Cecco 44
Kane (306): Ralph Challingsworth 48, Ed Sleeman 46, Tom Jones 44, Bob Dixon 43, Lee Heeter 42, Ed Pennington 42, Dick Delhunty 41