Saegertown downs Ike

Visiting Saegertown was a 25-11, 25-11, 25-11 winner over Youngsville (1-4) in girls volleyball action on Tuesday.

Cameron Weissinger had seven digs and three kills for the hosts.

“The score does not reflect the effort of our girls tonight,” said Youngsville coach Misty Weber. “Their coverage was good, they were bringing up the digs.”

Weber lost her middle hitter to injury during the match.

Saegertown claimed the junior high match, 25-12, 25-10. Sydney Weissinger had four digs and three assists in that match.

Youngsville travels to Eisenhower at 6 p.m. on Thursday.


Cochranton was a 25-5, 25-5, 25-7 winner over Eisenhower (0-6) in Region 3 action.

In the junior high matchup, Cochranton topped the Knights 25-9, 25-12.


Sheffield topped Brookville 27-25, 26-24, 21-25, 25-18 on Monday night.

Kassidy Orinko led the offense with 12 kills, Kadence Steffan had 29 assists, Annabel Sheldon 23 digs, and Lily Lauffenberger was perfect at the service line with five aces.

“We were more aggressive hitting the ball with good swings from all positions tonight,” Coach Melissa Lemay said. “I am so proud of the never quit spirit that they have displayed over the last week. We had to battle back from some significant deficits to come back and win in set one and two.”

In the junior high match Sheffield won 26-24, 17-25, 15-13.



Warren was able to sneak by Franklin in Tuesday’s boys varsity cross country race, finishing one point ahead, 27-28.

Hugh Harrison led the winners with a time of 18:18, followed by Franklin’s Cael Ziegler in 18:40.

Franklin finished with 27 points to take home the boys junior high race, but Warren’s Sam Lindell took home the overall final in 11:02 to help his team finish with 50 points.

Warren claimed the girls varsity race with 25 points to 30 for Franklin. Natalie Latchaw of Franklin was your overall winner in 20:48.

Lily Newton of Warren led her team to victory with 20 points, posting a time of 11:57 in the girls junior high race. Franklin finished with 35 points.

Boys Varsity

1. Hugh Harrison (W); 2. Cael Ziegler (F); 3. Will Strassburg (W); 4. Adam Luther (F); 5. Jack Seyler (W); 6. Ethan Nightingale (F); 7. Noah Kockler (F); 8. Aiden Zdarko (W); 9. Douglas Luther (F); 10. Lewis Flatt (W). T–18:18

Boys Junior High

1. Sam Lindell (W); 2. Drew Kockler (F); 3. Cole Johnson (W); 4. Camden Smith (F); 5. Collin Ellis (W); 6. Kyle Phipps (F); 7. Jay Prettyman (F); 8. Trace Silvis (F); 9. Aiden Bellerive (F); 10. Cole English (W). T–11:02

Girls Varsity

1. Natalie Latchaw (F); 2. Katie Beyer (W); 3. Shyann Rulander (W); 4. Maddie Morsh (F); 5. Nina Clark (W); 6. Kasey Kophazy (W); 7. Emeline Eshelman (F); 8. Jadyn Phipps (F); 9. Kaelan Knupp (W); 10. Amanda Butterbagh (F). T–20:48

Girls Junior High

1. Lily Newton (W); 2. Charlotte Keeports (W); 3. Lucy Harrison (W); 4. Lauren Faibik (W); 5. Olivia Tawney (F); 6. Sophia Rondinelli (F); 7. Madison Johnson (F); 8. Logan Stumpf (F); 9. Alicia Collins (W); 10. Nicole Erhnhardt (F). T–11:57



Beaty Warren Middle School eighth grade girls basketball improved to 4-0 with a 45-11 win over Eisenhower on Tuesday.

Alana Stuart had 20 points, Alyssa Farr 14 points, Lindsay Madigan led in assists, and Lily Walker and Katie Krogler had strong defensive games for the winners.

Clara Steinburg had 4 points for Eisenhower.

Beaty will travel to Oil City on Thursday.


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