Girls’ soccer: State College bounces Carlisle

September 28, 2013 

With two goals in the final five minutes of the first half, and another less than six minutes into the second half, State College got the best of Carlisle 4-1 Saturday afternoon at Memorial Field.

Robin Derr staked the Lady Little Lions to an early lead before the scoring flurry. Victoria Crawford began the run with 4:53 left before intermission, and after Sarah Reidy scored for the Thundering Herd with 1:17 left, Haley Crawford converted 42 seconds before the break. Megan Fry completed the scoring 5:53 into the second half.

Haley Crawford and Derr each had assists, and Caitlyn Fosnacht made one save in the win.

Boys’ soccer

State College blanks foe

Ty Leway turned back 10 shots as State College netted a 3-0 victory over Carlisle on Saturday.

Will Edwards amd Tyler Wheeler scored goals for the Little Lions, while Robby Waite added an assist. The Little Lions’ other goal game when Carlisle booted the ball into its own goal on a shot by Wheeler.

Boys’ golf

State College

finishes eighth

State College’s Tyrus Gates lost to Scranton Prep’s Nick Johnson on the third playoff hole on Saturday in the Hershey Invitational in a battle for the individual title.

Gates birdied three of his last four holes to shot a one-over 72 to lead the Little Lions (236) to an eighth-place finish in the 16-team field. Hershey and Cumberland Valley tied for the team crown with the host team winning on a tiebreaker.

Christian Friberg shot a 76 for the Little Lions, while Alex Stover and Matt Robert each had 88s.

Girls’ golf

Lady Little Lions come home third

Karli Nolan’s fifth-place finish with a 93 led State College to a third-place finish in the three-team Hershey Invitational on Saturday.

Hershey won with a 263 total. Cumberland Valley (291) was second and State College (295) was third. Hershey’s Sabrina Reilly won the individual title with a round of 85.

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