Everything you missed in high school sports — and isn’t listed elsewhere in the CDT — from Tuesday:
Smith’s 5 goals lead Bellefonte to win
BELLEFONTE Mallorie Smith stayed red hot for the Bellefonte girls’ soccer team on Tuesday, as she recorded all of the Lady Red Raiders’ goals in a 5-0 rout of Tyrone.
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Last week, Smith tallied six goals in two wins. She now has 12 goals on the season to lead Bellefonte.
Mia Johnson and Lynnsey Kauffman each had an assist for the Lady Red Raiders (4-3).
State College holds off Cedar Cliff
STATE COLLEGE Two first-half goals is all State College needed to take care of Cedar Cliff 2-1.
Emma Kerber and Erica Feese combined for the Lady Little Lions’ scores. Goalkeeper Kristin Lenze had four saves in the win.
Central cruises past P-O
PHILIPSBURG The Lady Mounties’ Anya Tocimak made 14 saves Tuesday, but it wasn’t enough as Clearfield’s high-powered offense picked up the 7-0 victory.
Clearfield outshot Philipsburg-Osceola by a 45-8 margin.
BEA crushes Clearfield
WINGATE Kiersten Walker collected a hat trick in Bald Eagle Area’s 7-1 victory over Clearfield.
Walker’s first goal came in the 13th minute off a pass from Zoey McHenry. Her others came four minutes apart in the second half. Other goal scorers for the Lady Eagles included Addison Proctor and Emily Shield, who had two goals.
Charlee Harris had 11 saves in the BEA net.
PV ties Huntingdon
SPRING MILLS After a closely contested game, Penns Valley and Huntingdon finished tied 3-3 after two overtimes.
The Lady Rams battled back from a 3-2 second-half deficit, as Abby Martin scored with less than eight minutes left in regulation to tie it up. The other Penns Valley goal-scorers were Sydney Riegel and Katie Martell.
There were minimal scoring chances for both sides in the two extra periods.
Walker, Borst lead Bulldogs to win
STATE COLLEGE Mintesino Borst and Hayden Walker each tallied a hat trick in the Centre County Christian Academy boys’ soccer team’s 6-2 win over DuBois Christian on Tuesday.
Borst started the scoring spree off with an assist from Walker on a corner kick in the fourth minute. Borst’s other goals also coming off the foot of Walker came in the 53rd and 60th minutes.
Walker scored two goals to close out the first half. He went on to record the final score of the game in the 70th minute.
Sowers leads Little Lions to win
CAMP HILL Thomas Sowers closed the first half with a goal, opened the second half with another and State College topped Cedar Cliff 4-1.
Daniel Bennett had the first goal of the game and Avery Belser had the other score for the Little Lions. Fernando Del Castillo had two assists for State College, which outshot the Colts 15-4.
Lady Little Lions fall in 5
MECHANICSBURG Leah Henderson filled the stat sheet in the State College girls’ volleyball team’s 3-2 loss Tuesday to Cumberland Valley.
Henderson led the team in aces (6), assists (31) and digs (17) in the 25-22, 26-24, 20-25, 22-25, 16-14 loss.
Jess Irwin had 21 kills to lead the Lady Little Lions to go with 15 digs. Kate Lachendro added 13 kils and Chloe Thompson had three blocks for State College.
BEA earns sweep
CLEARFIELD Miranda Ballock paced the Lady Eagles with seven aces and seven kills to lead them to a sweep (25-2, 25-14, 25-21) over Clearfield.
Alyson Onder had 13 digs, while Jordan Anderson chipped in another seven kills in the winning effort.
P-O cruises past Central
PHILIPSBURG A trio of players helped lead the Philipsburg-Osceola offense in a 3-0 sweep of Central.
Morgan Thompson, Jadyn Eckberg and Molly Maguire each recored seven kills for the Lady Mounties in the 25-14, 25-23, 25-18 win.
Maguire added four blocks to her kills, and Eckberg contributed nine digs to hers.
PV sweep Bellefonte
BELLEFONTE Marissa Stecko led Penns Valley with 10 kills — while Morgan Kerstetter and Emma Butler had a dozen digs apiece — as the Lady Rams swept Bellefonte 25-16, 25-19, 25-19.
Peyton Homan added eight kills in the victory.
Boys’ cross country
Rams take top 8 spots in win over P-O
SPRING MILLS Penns Valley’s Chris Colwell led a string of eight Rams runners to the finish line Tuesday, as his boys’ cross country team beat Philipsburg-Osceola by a 15-50 score.
“The times today, on our course, at this time of year, with the warm temperatures, amazed me,” PV coach Terry Glunt said. “It was a pretty solid day.”
Collwell finished with a time of 16 minutes, 51 seconds. He was followed by Colton Sands, Brendan Collwell, Mark Bierly, Charlie Romig, Sammy Gray, Haden Stamm and Daniel Kelly.
Bellefonte tops BEA, Central
BELLEFONTE Brett Pope, Cole Hovis and Austin Melius finished 1-2-3 to lead Bellefonte to wins over Bald Eagle Area (15-47) and Central (24-31).
The Red Raiders also had Conner Richey (eighth, 22:15) and Harrison Herr (10th, 22:46) in the top 10.
The Eagles fell to Central 15-48. Luke Wilson was the highest finisher in 13th at a time of 22:51.
State College picks up 2 wins
MECHANICSBURG Mitchell Etter’s time of 16:49 was good for the individual win and it helped lead State College to wins over Chambersburg (26-29) and Cumberland Valley (25-31).
Etter had two other teammates join him in the top 5: Erik Boethius finished fourth with a time of 17:30, and Owen Isham was fifth in a time of 17:38.
Girls’ cross country
Lady Rams too much for P-O
SPRING MILLS Penns Valley swept the top-5 spots in its 15-50 win over Philipsburg-Osceola Tuesday in girls’ cross country.
The Lady Rams’ Karly Smith won the event with a time of 21 minutes, 38 seconds. She was one second faster than teammate Kelsey Hull.
Catherin Bierlein (third, 23:02), Alex Witherite (fourth, 23:35) and Alicia Yoder (fifth, 23:45) rounded out the top 5.
Lady Red Raiders beat BEA, Central
BELLEFONTE Amaya Rothrock left her opponents in the dust to help lead Bellefonte to a sweep of Bald Eagle Area (24-31) and Central (21-34).
Rothrock finished first overall with a time of 23:57. She was 79 seconds faster than the Lady Eagles’ Caitlin Taylor, who finished second.
BEA also topped the Lady Scarlet Dragons 22-34.
Bellefonte had Sadie Belsky (third, 25:20), Katheryn Mogante (fourth, 25:35) and Andrea Linn (eighth, 29:23) also finish in the top 10.
State College earns split
MECHANICSBURG State College had two runners finish in the top 10 of a tri-meet with Chambersburg and Cumberland Valley.
Mihret Strauss (seventh, 21:43) was the top finisher for the Lady Little Lions, who fell to the Lady Trojans (15-48) but topped the Lady Eagles (22-39).
Lizzie Gilpatrick was the other State College runner in the top with a time of 21:49, which was good for ninth.
Another solid outing by SJCA
BOALSBURG Three St. Joseph’s golfers broke 85 — and all five individuals who counted toward the score broke 100 — as the Wolves got the best of Penns Valley, 425-492.
Matt Steyers led SJCA by turning in a 79 at Mountain View Country Club, while Ryan Peachey (80) and Jack Mangene (82) followed close behind.The Rams’ top golfer, Ryan Johnson, finished with an 84.
“I really believe that they can make some noise in the postseason,” SJCA athletic director Chad Walsh said, “ and I think they are starting to believe it too.”
Lady Little Lions fall in OT
HARRISBURG Kelsey Love recorded the lone goal for the State College field hockey team in a 2-1 overtime loss to Central Dauphin on Tuesday.
Lady Little Lions goalkeeper Grace Biddle made 10 saves in net.
Micki Butler tallied the game-winning for the Lady Rams off a pass from Hope Rose.