Everything you missed in high school sports — and isn’t elsewhere in the CDT — from Thursday:
BEA too much for P-O
PHILIPSBURG The Bald Eagle Area girls’ soccer team scored two goals in each half of a 4-0 shutout win over Philipsburg-Osceola on Thursday.
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The Lady Eagles dominated on shots (20-2) and corner kicks (14-2).
“The girls moved the ball around very well today,” BEA coach Jared Moore said. “They controlled the game and created many scoring opportunities. It was a full team effort, and I am very proud of them.”
Addison Proctor began the scoring for the Lady Eagles in the eighth minute as teammate Morgan Chambers added the other first-half goal.
Georgia Cingle and Mara Hockenberry finished off the scoring, and Charlee Harris earned the shutout win in goal for BEA.
Lady Mounties goalkeeper Jocelyn Hutton had 16 saves between the posts.
State College falls in OT
STATE COLLEGE Carlisle’s Meg Tate scored the golden goal just 24 seconds into overtime to lead her team to a 1-0 victory over the Lady Little Lions.
State College’s Kristen Lenze finished with seven saves. Carlisle also had seven saves in the evenly matched contest.
The Lady Little Lions are now 1-1 on the season and will next face Hollidaysburg at 12:30 p.m. Saturday.
Fegley leads Grace Prep over CCCA
BELLEFONTE Adda Fegley recorded a two-goal game to lead Grace Prep over Centre County Christian Academy in a 5-0 shutout.
Fegley tallied her first goal in the 17th minute, and the other came at the 58th minute. Each goal was on a corner kick off the foot of Megan Bolich.
Abigail Galliano, Clare Marsh and Abigael Fisher scored the other goals for the Lady Storm.
Mikhail’s 6 goals lead Grace Prep to win
BELLEFONTE Josh Mikhail scored a hat trick, a half-dozen goals, in Grace Prep’s 10-4 win over Centre County Christian Academy.
Mikhail had three goals in the first half at the third, 16th and 23rd minutes. He went on to score three more in the 47th, 60th and 79th minutes.
Other goal scorers for the Storm were Kaelen Wright (2), Joe Wheeler and Jonah Clark.
The Bulldogs were led offensively by Hayden Walker’s two goals.
State College tops Carlisle in OT
CARLISLE Zach Pepper started the scoring and helped State College on the game-winning goal of a 2-1 overtime win over Carlisle.
Marc Rodgers took a pass from Pepper in the 96th minute and buried it in the goal for the Little Lions. Pepper’s goal came in the 26th minute off an assist from Sander Schjoelberg.
Goalkeepers Jason Keller (State College, seven saves) and Jared Pavlovich (Carlisle, nine saves) were solid in the net.
Lady Little Lions cruise to win
STATE COLLEGE Singles players Kelly Vanden, Catelyn Janac and Amelia Dodoo combined to drop just seven games in State College’s 5-0 win over Mifflin County.
Vanden didn’t lose a single game at No. 1 singles.
The Lady Little Lions’ doubles teams of Jasmine Cao-Keya Ahrestani and Leah Patzkowsky-Saorise Hopp took care of business to improve their teams record to 4-1.
State College takes tourney title
COUDERSPORT Kaylee Richards took the top individual spot and helped guide State College to the team title in the Coudersport Invitational.
Richards shot a 7-over 79. Jamie Bachman finished fifth overall with a round of 95.
The Lady Little Lions shot 272 as a team, 12 shots better than Bradford, who finished second. Cameron County (315) rounded out the top 3.
Katie Cepullio (98) and Riley Kracaw (99) finished up the scoring for State College.
Penns Valley sweeps Clearfield
CLEARFIELD Penns Valley had no troubles in a 3-0 shutout of Clearfield on the hardwood.
Morgan Noll, Emma Butler and Peyton Homan each recorded five kills to lead the Lady Rams in the 25-6, 25-17, 25-15 win.
Penns Valley also got four aces from Brooke Emel.
Lady Eagles cruise
TYRONE Grace Hugar filled the stat sheet for Bald Eagle Area in a 3-0 (25-20, 25-9, 25-22) victory over Tyrone.
Hugar led the team in kills (9), aces (3) and digs (5).
“We were really sloppy,” Lady Eagles coach Larry Campbell said. “We didn’t pass the ball like we needed to. We played a lot of kids. We got a win and got out of there.”
Peetie Ballock shared the aces lead, and Alyson Onder and Brooke Woodward shared the lead in digs.
Madison Rockey tallied 22 assists for BEA, who next plays on Saturday in the St. Francis Invitational.
Bishop Carroll sweeps St. Joseph’s
HARRIS TWP. Ruthanna McMurtrie’s four aces highlighted the night for St. Joseph’s Catholic Academy in a 3-0 (25-8, 25-16, 25-9) loss to Bishop Carroll.
Anna Legaspi led the Lady Wolves in two categories, blocks (4) and digs (3). Anna Griggs had the lone kill for St. Joseph’s.
Lady Red Raiders battle past Central
BELLEFONTE Even though it was a 3-0 sweep, Bellefonte had to work for it over Central.
The Lady Red Raiders put in some extra work in the first set, a 31-29 win. In the second set, they took care of the victory 25-11. In the finale, Bellefonte again had to put in extra work for a 27-25 win.
State College dominates
STATE COLLEGE Chloe Thompson was all over the court for the Lady Little Lions, as she led them to a sweep over Mifflin County 25-13, 25-19, 25-13.
Thompson finished with three aces, seven kills and nine digs.
In Leah Henderson’s first game back from an ankle sprain, after earning second-team conference honors last season, she had 15 assists.
State College is now 1-1 on the season and will next square off against Redland on Monday.
Lady Little Lions need OT for win
STATE COLLEGE Kelsey Love tallied two of State College’s goals in a 4-3 overtime win over Cedar Cliff.
Love’s second goal of the game was the biggest as it was the game-winner.
Carissa Tambroni and Ava Whitlark scored the other goals for the Lady Little Lions. Love and Whitlark (2) also recorded assists in the win.