Everything you missed in high school sports — and isn’t listed elsewhere in the CDT — from Wednesday:
State College comes up short in District 6 doubles tourney
ALTOONA The Lady Little Lions couldn’t get past the quarterfinals Wednesday in the District 6 Class 3A girls’ tennis doubles championships at the Leopold Recreation Center.
The doubles pairing of Kelly Vanden and Catelyn Janac cruised past their Round of 16 match but then had to retire early in the quarterfinals due to an “acute illness.” Vanden and Janac were leading 2-1 in the third set against the No. 4 seeds of the tournament, Central Mountain’s Jolee McCluskey and Kendall McCluskey.
State College’s Amelia Dodoo-Keya Ahrestani dropped a tough 7-6(4), 5-7, 10-4 match to Central Mountain in the Round of 16.
“Our State College teams had their challenges today,” coach Jane Borden said. “Both Central Mountain teams came ready to compete, and they did a nice job making shots and winning key points.”
The tournament continues Thursday. No local teams remain.
The Lady Little Lions will return to the court at 3:30 p.m. Monday, to face Hollidaysburg in the team district championship.
Lady Little Lions fall in 4
STATE COLLEGE The Lady Little Lions got off to a solid start Wednesday but couldn’t maintain it in a surprising loss to Cumberland Valley, 11-25, 25-23, 25-20, 28-26.
Kate Lachendro paced State College in kills (13), while Leah Henderson led in assists (33), and Katie Finlan recorded a team-high in digs (21). The team is now 10-3 on the season.
The Lady Little Lions will look to get back on track Tuesday against Carlisle.
SJCA slips past opponent
WILLIAMSBURG St. Joseph’s held on to defeat Williamsburg in five, 25-21, 25-20, 17-25, 22-25, 15-8.
Williamsburg had a hard time keeping up in the final set with all of St. Joseph’s kills; Ana Legaspi paced her team with 12 kills over the match.
Aubrey Weiss chipped in six aces in the Lady Wolves’ winning effort.
SJCA is 5-7 on the season, with its next match against Central Mountain on Thursday.
BEA falls 1-0
CLEARFIELD Bald Eagle Area’s Charlee Harris made 14 saves in net, but it wasn’t enough Wednesday in her team’s 1-0 loss to Clearfield.
The Lady Eagles managed just four shots on target, compared to Clearfield’s 15.
BEA hopes to reverse its fortunes Monday, when it takes on Tyrone.
Central dominates P-O
MARTINSBURG Behind four goals from Ashley Negley — all of which came in the game’s first 50 minutes — Central made quick work of Philipsburg-Osceola 12-1.
Kyra James made 15 saves for the Lady Mounties, while Anya Tocimak had four. Loryn Hughes scored P-O’s lone goal.
Central led 7-0 at the half. It also out-shot Philipsburg-Osceola by a 49-to-4 margin.
The Lady Mounties, who are 0-15, will next square off against Huntingdon on Tuesday.