Girls’ cross country: State College sixth in Hershey

State College posted a sixth-place finish at the PIAA Foundation Cross Country Invitational on Saturday.

Natasha Fedkina and Emma Cousins led the Lady Little Lions with 20th and 21st-place finishes, respectively, in 20:43 and 20:58. Victoria Scutti (48th, 21:31), Kaelyn Yoder (56th, 21:46) and Hannah Catalano (68th, 21:59) rounded out the scoring positions for the team.

“I was really excited about our placing,” State College coach Rebecca Donaghue said. “This year the competition that showed up was a higher caliber. Compared to last year, the competition was definitely a step up.”

Pennsbury won the team race with 78 points. State College had 224.

Cousins leads St. Joe’s

Grace Cousins finished 55th to lead St. Joseph’s to a 20th-place finish at the Altoona Mountain Lion Invitational on Saturday.

Cousins posted a time of 22 minutes, 39 seconds, and the Wolves had 557 team points in the 23-team race. Kiski Area won with 49 points.

Boys’ soccer

Little Lions rally for win

Will Edwards scored twice and Kevin Reid netted the game-winner as State College rallied past Cedar Cliff 3-2 Saturday.

Reid scored the winner with 9:40 left in regulation. Jake Garrigan and Mac Schailey picked up assists, while Ty Leway made 11 saves for the win.

Joey Gallucci scored twice for Cedar Cliff.

Girls’ soccer

P-O rallies to win

Trailing by a goal at halftime, Philipsburg-Osceola rallied for a 3-1 win over Moshannon Valley on Saturday.

Meili Belko scored twice, Cheyanne Cowfer netted the other goal and Jordyn Powell assisted on all three scores over the game’s final 24:12.

Carley Hahn made four saves in the win, while Autumn Adams netted the goal for Moshannon Valley.

Field Hockey

Lady Little Lions edged by Chambersburg

CHAMBERSBURG — Sam Russell scored the lone goal of the game as Chambersburg edged State College 1-0 on Saturday.

Russell’s goal came with just over eight minutes into the second half.

Lady Little Lions keeper Megan McCarthy made four saves.

“I’m very proud of the girls,” State College coach Karin Johnson said. “They fought hard. Since we are a young team, we are still trying to establish that 60 minutes of full hard play.”