Everything you missed in high school sports — and isn’t elsewhere in the CDT — from Tuesday:
State College drops stunner
HARRISBURG The State College girls’ volleyball team, which had an undefeated regular season last year, suffered a 3-0 loss Tuesday in its season opener to Central Dauphin.
Central Dauphin won all three sets in close fashion — 25-20, 25-21, 25-22. It was State College’s first regular-season loss since October 2015.
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For the Lady Little Lions, Jess Irwin paced her team with 10 kills and 10 digs. Erin Lutz finished with 15 digs, and Vanessa Mc Ghee had four blocks.
Legaspi leads SJCA to win
HARRIS TWP. The St. Joseph’s Catholic Academy allowed just 17 total points in a 3-0 shutout of Sugar Valley Charter School in its season opener.
The Lady Wolves took advantage of 26 aces in the 25-5, 25-4, 25-8 victory. They were led by Anna Legaspi’s 15.
Aubrey Weiss filled up the stat sheet for St. Joseph’s with two kills, three blocks and seven aces. Ruthanna McMurtrie led the Lady Wolves with four kills and Anna Griggs added six aces.
Penns Valley falls
MILL HALL Penns Valley dropped the first set, rebounded in the second but faltered in the final two in a 3-1 loss to Central Mountain.
Emma Butler tallied 14 kills to pace the Lady Rams in their 25-23, 16-25, 25-23, 25-21 loss to the Lady Wildcats.
Marissa Stecko added 11 kills for Penns Valley while Abby Miller moved the offense around with 22 assists.
Boys’ cross country
Mounties take 4 of top 5 spots
PHILIPSBURG Mount Union’s Josh Boozel was the overall meet winner, but Philipsburg-Osceola had the next four finishers to win the meet as a team 23-32.
Zach Myers led a quartet of Mounties runners with a time of 21 minutes, 19 seconds to finish second. Josh Rea (22:05, third), Mathew Thomas (22:24, fourth) and Hunter Wolf (22:58, fifth) followed their teammate in order.
Boozel’s final time was 19:25.
Girls’ cross country
P-O falls in opener
PHILIPSBURG Samantha Bainey, Hannah Wildman and Brittne Williams were the lone Philipsburg-Osceola runners in the top 10 of its 25-34 loss.
Bainey paced the way with a time of 24:03, which was one second slower than Mount Union’s Abbey Stewart, who was the overall winner.
Wildman finished third with a time of 27:44, and Williams came in sixth with a time of 29:15.
Lady Little Lions grab shutout
STATE COLLEGE Goalkeepers Kristen Lenze and Jenny Mejia combined to earn the 2-0 shutout in State College’s win over Chambersburg after stopping two shots on goal.
The Lady Little Lions’ Erica Reese found the back of the net 39 minutes into the game, when her first attempt missed and she capitalized on the rebound from about six yards out. Myca Ingram scored the next goal at the 79-minute mark.
State College’s JV team won 3-0.
Tyrone too much for P-O
TYRONE Riley D’Angelo netted a first-half hat trick to lead Tyrone over Philpsburg-Osceola 6-2.
D’Angelo’s first goal opened the scoring in the game in the eighth minute. She tallied her next two seven minutes apart in the 23rd and 30th minutes.
Jordan Day and Loryn Hughes tallied the goals for the Lady Mounties, who take on Bald Eagle Area on Thursday.