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Kellogg, Beyer show the way

Times Observer Photos by Steve Younger Eisenhower’s Ethan Kellogg, above, and Warren’s Katie Beyer, below, were the winners of the boys and girls cross country meet on Thursday.

Eisenhower won the varsity boys race and Warren won the varsity girls race during District 10 Region 6 cross country action Thursday.

The Knights’ Ethan Kellogg won the boys race in 18:31, 27 seconds faster than second-place Hugh Harrison of Warren.

In the girls race, the Dragons’ Katie Beyer won with a time of 22:58 while her teammate Shyann Rulander was second in 24:37. Chloe Lasecki was Eisenhower’s top finisher in 25:42.

“It was a great day to run,” Warren head coach Kevin Dustin said. “We are definitely coming away from this meet knowing exactly what we need to work on to prepare for the rest of the season.”

Eisenhower edged Warren in the junior high boys race led by Joe Mistretta in 9:59. The Knights’ Griffin Williams was second in 10:24 while Warren’s top finisher was third-place Sam Lindell in 10:34.

Warren dominated the junior high girls race with four of the top-five finishers, but Eisenhower’s Kierra Wismar took first in 11:24. Lilly Newton was the Dragons’ top finisher in second with a time of 11:36.

VARSITY BOYS

Eisenhower 19, Warren 42

1. Ethan Kellogg (E), 2. Hugh Harrison (W), 3. Alex Hummel (E), 4. Tyson Morrison (E), 5. Matt Cathcart (E), 6. Jon Abadie (E), 7. Jacob Williams (E), 8. Will Strassburg (W), 9. Jack Seyler (W), 10. Zack Ciprich (E). T–18:31

VARSITY GIRLS

Warren 18, Eisenhower 37

1. Katie Beyer (W), 2. Shyann Rulander (W), 3. Chloe Lasecki (E), 4. Kasey Kophazy (W), 5. Carmen Moore (W), 6. Serena Clarke (W), 7. Madison Cathcart (E), 8. Gracie Anthony (E), 9. Julia Haight (E), 10. Brooke Anderson (E). T–22:58

JUNIOR HIGH BOYS

Eisenhower 27, Warren 29

1. Joe Mistretta (E), 2. Griffin Williams (E), 3. Sam Lindell (W), 4. Phoenix Chase (W), 5. Cole Johnson (W), 6. Collin Ellis (W), 7. Drew Mandeville (E), 8. Nathan Hanson (E), 9. Max Enos (E), 10. Trenton Courtney (E). T–9:59

JUNIOR HIGH GIRLS

Warren 15, Eisenhower 50

1. Kierra Wismar (E), 2. Lilly Newton (W), 3. Charlotte Keeports (W), 4. Lucy Harrison (W), 5. Lauren Fajbik (W), 6. Peyton Kellogg (E), 7. Maelee Mandeville (E), 8. Alicia Collins (W), 9. Lilly Cathcart (E). T–11:24

VOLLEYBALL

SITLER PACES WARREN

OIL CITY — Jordan Sitler had 13 kills and three aces to lead Warren to a 25-11, 25-11, 25-19 sweep of Oil City in District 10 Region 4 volleyball Thursday.

Meredith Morrison added four aces; Hannah Shattuck had nine kills; Katie Madigan had 11 digs, seven aces and four assists; Halee Mineweaser had 21 assists; and Olivia English had five digs and four aces for the Dragons.

Kylie Fehlman had 14 kills in the jayvee match as Warren won, 24-26, 25-22, 15-10.

Summer Lucks had 25 digs, Lauren Dolan had 17 assists, and Lexi Hoffman had two kills and three digs for the Dragons.

YOUNGSVILLE FALLS

YOUNGSVILLE — Jena Wilson had seven digs and 12 assists for Youngsville, but Cochranton beat the Eagles, 25-14, 25-7, 25-17 in Region 3 action.

“In the third game, we were doing a great job covering the court,” Youngsville head coach Misty Weber said. “But communication ultimately was the downfall.”

Cochranton won the jayvee match, 25-12, 25-7.

SHEFFIELD PREVAILS

Sheffield bounced back from their loss earlier this week to defeat North Clarion at home Thursday, 21-25, 25-15, 25-16, 25-22

“We started a little timid the first game, unsure of ourselves,” said Sheffield head coach Melissa Lemay. “They were able to regroup and play better all around the next three sets. We had 42 kills, and Kadence (Steffan) did a good job moving the ball around.

Annabel Sheldon had 12 kills and six digs and Emily Leichtenberger had 11 kills while Kassidy Orinko had 10 kills and two blocks. Steffan tallied 31 assists.

Lemay acknowledged that the Wolverines still had more service errors than they would like, but they look forward to daily progress and cleaning it up.

“I was pleased with our serve receive, and I felt that got to more balls tonight than they did Monday,” Lemay said. “We are working on seeing the court and reading the play, so we can react faster on defense.”

The Wolverines took the junior varsity matchup as well, 25-10, 25-16. Emily Foster had six kills and Steffan had 14 assists.

Sheffield will travel to Eisenhower today.

KNIGHTS FALL

TO ROCKY GROVE

FRANKLIN — Emilie Jones had six kills and three digs for Eisenhower, but Rocky Grove beat the Knights, 25-12, 25-9, 26-24, in District 10 Region 3 action.

Rayna Holtman added three kills, nine assists and 12 digs for Eisenhower.

The Knights won the jayvee match, 20-25, 25-21, 15-9 behind 12 points, including eight aces, a dig and an assist by Faith Donnell.

Jalynn Bimber had six points, including five aces, three digs and a kill while Lydia Lawson had two aces and six digs for the winners.

GOLF

BLUM SHOOTS 80

FOR WARREN

FAIRVIEW — Cathedral Prep wrapped up a dominant District 10 Region 6 boys golf season with its seventh mega match victory.

Zach Henry fired a 3-under-par 69 to lead the Ramblers to a team total of 303.

Warren finished fifth with a team total of 362 led by Owen Blum’s tie for seventh individually with an 80. Selvie Pearson followed with an 85 and Teagan Gray had a 98 while Storm Sivak and Owen Becker both fired 99s.

Meadville’s Michael Mahoney was second individually with a 72 followed by Cathedral Prep’s Breckin Taylor (75), McDowell’s Joey DeAngelo (76) and Cathedral Prep’s Evan Rowane (78).

Overall for the Region 6 season, Cathedral Prep finished first with 49 points followed by McDowell (40), Warren (33), Meadville (25), Erie (21), General McLane (14) and Harborcreek (14).

TEAM RESULTS

Cathedral Prep 303, McDowell 325, Meadville 352, Erie 360, Warren 362, Harborcreek 368, General McLane 391

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS

Zach Henry (CP) 69, Michael Mahoney (Me) 72, Breckin Taylor (CP) 75, Joey DeAngelo (Mc) 76, Evan Rowane (CP) 78, Kyle Westfall (E) 79, Jackson Linden (Mc) 80, Owen Blum (W) 80, Mac Deitrick (CP) 81, Ricky Gladden (Mc) 84, Max Paris (Mc) 85, Selvie Pearson (W) 85), Will Neumaier (Mc) 86, Phil Pedano (CP) 87, Matt Dorosch (H) 87, Sam Coppolla (Me) 87, Evan Nadzam (E) 88, Jackson Dailey (GM) 91, Cam Forcht (H) 91, Evan Brink (H) 94, Ryan Scheppelmann (Me) 95, Eli Nicklaus (E) 96, Dan Chilcott (H) 96, Austin Williams (E) 97, Braeden Means (GM) 97), Alex Burgess (Me) 98, Teagan Gray (W) 98, Storm Sivak (W) 99, Owen Becker (W) 99, Cliff Morehouse (GM) 100, Ross Morrow (GM) 103, Clayton Boutte (GM) 105, Bradon Schneider (E) 106, Eric Morris (H) 108, Philip Pandolph (Me) 108

TENNIS

PETERSON-PERRY SHINE

ERIE — Jackie Peterson and Madalyn Perry posted a come-from-behind win at second doubles, but Warren fell to McDowell, 4-1, Thursday.

The duo lost the first set, 2-6, but came back strong in the final two sets, 6-2, 6-3. Peterson and Perry had been on the short end of several three-set matches this season, but played well against a strong McDowell pairing.

Sam Becker (M) d. Maddie Rodgers 6-1, 6-1; Brooke Lowry (M) d. Sydnie Cochran, 6-1, 6-0; Nabia Bhatti (M) d. Sydney govoni, 6-0, 6-0; Maria Minichelli-Abby Idzic (M) d. Kamryn Moore and Amanda Gray, 6-2, 6-2; Jackie Peterson-Madalyn Perry d. McDowell.

JUNIOR HIGH

BASKETBALL

SHEFFIELD — Alana Stuart poured in 19 points as the Beaty eighth-grade team knocked off Sheffield, 35-26.

Alyssa Farr added 7 points and Lilly Walker had 4 for the winners, who played strong defense throughout.

Beaty will be in action Tuesday at home against Eisenhower. The game will be streamed live on Beaty-Warren Middle School’s Facebook page.

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