Everything you missed in high school sports — and isn’t listed elsewhere in the CDT — from Oct. 10, 2017:
Bellefonte’s Cassandra Vogel, State College team win district titles
CRESSON Bellefonte’s Cassandra Vogel won the District 6 Class 3A girls’ golf championship, while State College came away with the team title Tuesday at Summit Country Club.
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Philipsburg-Osceola’s Halle Herrington, who competed in Class 2A and shot an 89, also finished as the individual runner-up to Central Cambria’s Jaylee Sikora (85) — and will advance to the PIAA West Regional at Toms Run on Monday.
The Class 3A match for Vogel couldn’t have been any closer. After 18 holes, both she and State College’s Kaylee Richards were tied with a score of 92, but Vogel won on the first playoff hole to win the district crown. She’ll advance to the West Regional, as well.
The Lady Little Lions finished with a team score of 283 — their golfers finished in second through fifth place — to cruise to the team championship. They’ll next compete at the District 6-9-10 Sub-Regional at Treasure Lake (Silver Course) on Thursday.
Bellefonte shuts out P-O
PHILIPSBURG Bellefonte overcame a scoreless tie at halftime, thanks to goals by Dan Catchmark and Joey Maggie, to beat Philipsburg-Osceola 2-0 on Tuesday.
“Good game tonight,” Red Raiders coach Scott Martz said. “P-O made us work for everything we got.”
Josh Gaus recorded three saves for Bellefonte to preserve the shutout. The Mounties’ Caleb Pellerite made eight saves in the loss.
The Red Raiders are now 11-3 on the season.
BEA, Huntingdon tie after 2 OTs
HUNTINGDON Bald Eagle Area may have come away with a 1-1 tie against Huntingdon — but the Eagles coach said he’ll certainly take it.
A motivated Huntingdon was playing on Senior Night, and three first-half BEA attempts hit the post. Luckily for the Eagles, their goalkeeper Hunter Etters kept the pressure on by making two diving corner saves after regulation.
“Hunter had two huge saves,” BEA coach Jason Bair said. “He was completely horizontal and blocked both of them.”
Huntingdon struck first, in the first half, while Bald Eagle Area’s Trent Donley answered in the second half in the 57th minute. BEA is 11-2-1 — and will next face Clearfield on Thursday.
PV slips past Central in OT
MARTINSBURG In the 94th minute, Penns Valley’s Carter Felker scored off a pass from Alex Boeckel to end the game 3-2 in the Rams’ favor.
The Rams raced out to a 2-0 lead, but Central responded with goals in the 67th and 78th minutes.
Penns Valley (6-7-2) will take on Huntingdon on Thursday in its next game.
CCCA wins big
LEWISTOWN Mintesinot Borst and Hayden Walker both recorded hat tricks for Centre County Christian Academy, as their team downed Mifflin County Christian Academy by an 8-4 score.
Ethan Gore scored the other two goals for the Bulldogs.
CCCA will next face DuBois Christian School on Friday.
State College shuts out Cedar Cliff
CAMP HILL The Lady Little Lions registered six saves Tuesday to shut out Cedar Cliff 3-0.
Kristen Lezne and Jenny Mejia recorded three saves apiece in the winning effort.
Three different players scored for State College: Maya Bokunewicz, Josie Vidic and Myca Ingram.
State College will next play Altoona on Saturday.
Lady Little Lions fall
CARLISLE State College dropped a heartbreaker Tuesday, as it fell to Carlisle 2-1 on its opponent’s Senior Night.
Ava Whitlark scored the lone goal for the Lady Little Lions, while goalkeeper Grace Biddle made eight saves.
“Although we made adjustments, we weren’t able to overcome Carlisle’s determination,” assistant coach Linda Bonness said.
State College (7-9) will try to reverse its fortunes Monday when it takes on Greenwood.
Boys’ cross country
SJCA defeats Juniata
BOALSBURG St. Joseph’s cruised to a 24-34 win over Juniata on Tuesday, as it took four of the top 6 spots.
Although Juniata’s Garrett Baublitz set a course record in 17 minutes, 36 seconds, the Wolves were right behind him. SJCA’s Carter Kauffman finished second in 17:44, while Isaac Hyman (third), Zach DeCarmine (fifth) and Leo Bombov (sixth) were right behind him.
Girls’ cross country
SJCA wins in tri-meet
BOALSBURG St. Joseph’s made quick work of both the Grier School and Juniata on Tuesday, earning 17-44 and 15-50 wins, respectively.
Sera Mazza once again came away on top by running the course in 21 minutes, 5 seconds. She was followed by three teammates: Julia Cusatis (second, 21:16), Maggie Urban (third, 21:35) and Myah Chappell (fourth, 22:51)
BEA sweeps Huntingdon
HUNTINGDON Grace Hugar paced the Lady Eagles in kills (16) and aces (2), while Madison Rockey led in assists (41) and blocks (2), in their team’s 3-0 win over Huntingdon on Tuesday.
Alyson Onder added 17 digs in the winning effort.
Bald Eagle Area will next face Clearfield on Thursday.
PV slips past P-O
PHILIPSBURG Penns Valley refused to surrender Tuesday night, as it rallied from an early deficit to stun Philipsburg-Osceola 13-25, 24-26, 25-21, 25-22, 16-14.
Emma Butler paced the Lady Rams with 14 kills, while Peyton Homan followed closely behind with 11 kills. Morgan Kerstetter led Penns Valley in digs (25), and Abby Miller had a team-high in assists (30.)
Penns Valley will next take on Bellefonte on Thursday, while Philipsburg-Osceola will hope to rebound against Central on Thursday.