Warren girls run to victory

Times Observer Photos by Jon Sitlers Warren’s Katie Beyer, above, leads the girls cross country race on Tuesday at Betts Park. Second, Warren’s Hugh Harrison closes in a Rocky Grove opponent during the boys race.

Katie Beyer led the Warren girls cross country team to a convincing win over Rocky Grove on Tuesday at Betts Park.

Beyer toured the course in 21 minutes, 32 seconds as the Dragons had the first five finishers en route to 15 points. Teammate Shyann Rulander was second in 23:42. Rocky Grove finished with 50 points.

Rocky Grove was an 18-44 winner over Warren in the boys race as Magnum Vincent posted a first-place time of 17:10.

Hugh Harrison of Warren posted a third-place finish in 18:28.


1. Magnum Vincent (R); 2. Evan Wolfgang (R); 3. Hugh Harrison (W); 4. Ethan Knapp (R); 5. Trevor Hamilton (R); 6. Isaac Clayton (R); 7. Michael Martz (R); 8. Will Strassburg (W); 9. Caden Toscano (R); 10. Easton Adamczyk (R). T–17:10.


1. Katie Beyer (W); 2. Shyann Rulander (W); 3. Kasey Kophazy; 4. Carmen Moore (W); 5. Nina Clark (W); 6. Riley Bordell (R); 7. Kaylin Gacoby; 8. Mckenna Bordell (R); 9. Berlin Haubrich (R). T–21:32




Cambridge Springs was a 25-15, 25-22, 25-27, 25-23 winner over Youngsville in volleyball action on Tuesday.

Youngsville’s Kamryn Weissinger collected eight digs and 10 kills, Andrea Sveda four digs, seven kills and five blocks, Kenzie Olewine 11 digs and three kills, and Jena Wilson 24 assists, two digs, three aces and a kill.

“The games were close and we just can’t afford to give up points due to missed serving. Every point needs to be earned,” Youngsville coach Misty Weber said.

Cambridge Springs was a 25-18, 25-13 winner in the junior high contest.


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