Everything you missed in high school sports — and isn’t listed elsewhere in the CDT — from Wednesday:
BEA scores last-minute goal for win
SPRING MILLS With just 43 seconds left in Wednesday’s boys’ soccer game, Bald Eagle Area’s Jared Gettig streaked down the left side of the field, saw the goalkeeper was out of position and chipped a 20-yard goal over his head for the unlikely 3-2 victory over Penns Valley.
The Rams had tied it up less than two minutes earlier, but Gettig didn’t waste any time. He, Jacob Michael and Seth Koleno all scored goals for the Eagles.
“To be honest, Penns Valley outplayed us the entire game,” BEA coach Jason Bair said. “So we got lucky to come away with the win. ... We were pretty sure we were going into overtime.”
Bellefonte shuts out Huntingdon
HUNTINGDON Bellefonte’s Nolan Fulton set the tone early with a goal just 3:14 in the game, as the Red Raiders cruised to a 3-0 victory over Huntingdon.
Bellefonte’s Josh Gaus added six saves in the winning effort.
Tyrone slips past P-O
PHILIPSBURG In a back-and-forth affair, the Mounties came up just short in a 4-3 loss to Tyrone.
Nick Mostyn recorded two assists, while three different P-O players scored goals — Kyle Godin, Eric Tew and Matt Farrell.
Bellefonte drops heartbreaker
BELLEFONTE Gabbie Pighetti paced the Lady Red Raiders with seven saves Wednesday, but it wasn’t enough as Bellefonte fell 1-0 to Huntingdon.
Girls’ cross country
State College gains experience
HARRISBURG The Lady Little Lions gave some of their younger runners a chance in the starting lineup Wednesday, as they fell to Carlisle 15-50 and technically grabbed a win over Central Dauphin East, which did not field a complete team.
Rachael Spencer was the top State College finisher with a time of 25 minutes, 1 second to place 14th overall. Claudia Radzwich was close behind in 15th at 25:16. The overall winner was Central Dauphin East’s Delaney Line in 21:36.
St. Joseph’s cruises
MILL HALL Even without two of their top golfers — St. Joseph’s wanted to give a few others a chance early in the season — the Wolves still dominated in a 356-426 win over Sugar Valley Charter on Wednesday at Belle Springs Golf Course.
R.J. Marsh paced St. Joseph’s with an 82, while Ryan Peachey carded an 86.
P-O beats out 4 other teams
ZION Philipsburg-Osceola’s Halle Herrington once again led her team to victory, as she carded a 43 — six strokes better than the next competitor — on Wednesday at Nittany Country Club.
P-O (149) beat out Hollidaysburg (162), Bellefonte (172), Clearfield (180) and Penns Valley (195). Bellefonte’s Cassie Vogel finished second overall with a 49, while P-O’s Mackenzie Podliski (52) and Lacie Potter (54) both contributed to the team victory.