Meadville Tribune


January 17, 2014

Litwin clutch down stretch to lead Eagles

SAEGERTOWN — Henry Litwin hit 8-of-9 free throws down the stretch to help Conneaut hold off Saegertown for a 53-44 win in Region 3 boys basketball action Friday.

Litwin finished with a game-high 17 points to pace the Eagles (4-9, 3-3 Region 3). Chris Richardson tallied 11 points, while Chase Gallo added eight markers.

Mitchell Wood dropped in 16 points to lead the Panthers (2-11, 2-4). Scott Sada contributed 10 in the loss.

Cards fly past Youngsville

YOUNGSVILLE — Five players scored in double figures as Cochranton rolled to a 68-41 win over Youngsville in Region 3 boys basketball action Friday.

Josh Vanderhoof scored 17 points to lead the Cardinals (12-2, 6-0 Region 3). Garrett Adams was just behind with 16 points. Connor Staudt added 12 markers, while Nick Dickson and Nate Wigton contributed 10 markers each.

Collin Lehnan poured in a game-high 18 points to pace the Eagles (0-12, 0-6).

Knights bounce Maplewood

GUYS MILLS — Dustin Delo exploded for 20 points but it was not enough as as Eisenhower held off Maplewood for a 54-38 win in Region 3 boys basketball play Friday.

Delo’s 20 led all scorers for the Tigers (2-12, 1-5 Region 3). Ron Klingensmith added eight points in the loss.

Casey Vincent finished with 18 points to pace the Knights (9-3, 5-1). Jarrett Johnson posted 12 points.

Calvary bounces Warren

Jared McCrillis’ 22 points and 12 rebounds were enough to defeat Warren County Christian on Friday in Meadville. However, Calvary Baptist had three other players score in double digits as the Thunder defeated New-Penn Christian Conference opponent Warren 69-21.

Also coming up big for the Thunder (7-6, 3-1 NPCC) were Jacob Hough with 14 points, Colton Tapper with 11 points and Alex Bacallao with 10 markers.

Warren’s top scorer was Eric Sorenson with 15 points. The rest of the team chipped in with six.

Girls Basketball

Cards too much for Seneca

COCHRANTON — Cochranton took the lead in the second quarter and never looked back on its way to a 50-40 win over Seneca in non-region girls basketball action Friday.

Madison Bernarding finished with 15 points to lead the Cardinals (8-2). Morghan Egli added 10 points and 10 rebounds, while Kassidy Dickson contributed eight points and 10 boards.

Katie Teed dropped in 13 points to lead the Bobcats (7-3). Grace Sonney tallied 10 points and Kym Braine chipped in with nine.

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    Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig says the sport’s new replay system is working well despite a few problems during its first two weeks.
    While baseball began video review late in the 2008 season, it was limited to potential home runs and boundary calls. The new system that began March 30 vastly expands the types of plays that managers and umpires can ask to be reviewed at a replay center in New York.

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  • Cardinals roll to a sweep of Eagles

    The match only lasted three games, but Logan Herzberger still found the time to post a double-double, notching 14 kills and 18 digs while the Cochranton volleyball team swept Conneaut 25-22, 25-16, 25-18 during Region 1 action on Tuesday.

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  • Brendon Barclay Unbeaten Panthers need five games to top Bulldogs

    Through the first four games, there was no telling which team was undefeated and which team had only one win entering Monday night’s Region 1 volleyball clash between Meadville and Saegertown.
    By the fifth and deciding game, the cream rose to the top.

    April 14, 2014 1 Photo

  • Ogwumike goes No. 1

    It was a busy draft night for the Connecticut Sun.
    Minutes after taking Chiney Ogwumike with the top pick in the WNBA draft Monday night, the Sun made a blockbuster deal to trade 2012 MVP Tina Charles to the New York Liberty.

    April 14, 2014

  • Watson pulls away at Augusta to win second green jacket

    One of golf’s most exciting players squeezed most of the drama out of the Masters on Sunday. That’s just fine with Bubba Watson.
    All he cared about was slipping into that green jacket.
    Instead of hitting a 40-yard hook out of a forest of Georgia pines — the signature shot in his playoff victory two years ago — the final act Sunday at Augusta National took place on the 18th green. Watson had a three-shot lead and consulted with his caddie on a 15-foot birdie putt.

    April 14, 2014

  • Harvick survives shootout for win at Darlington

    Kevin Harvick used one of the few weekend missteps to pull out his first Darlington victory.
    Harvick was among several veteran drivers fighting for the Nationwide Series win Friday night when rookie Chase Elliott used fresher tires and a strong machine to move from the back of the pack to first place over the final two laps.

    April 14, 2014

  • Spezza lifts Senators to SO win over Penguins

    Jason Spezza scored in the shootout to help the Ottawa Senators beat the Pittsburgh Penguins on Sunday night and finish the season on a five-game winning streak.
    The teams were tied 2-2 after two periods and didn’t score in the third or overtime.

    April 14, 2014

  • Brewers sweep Pirates, win ninth straight

    Kyle Lohse was eager to top his Milwaukee teammates.
    He sure came close.
    Lohse came within an out of a complete game, and the Brewers won their ninth straight with a 4-1 victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates on Sunday.

    April 13, 2014

  • Ramirez lifts ChiSox over Indians

    Alexei Ramirez came up to the plate, ready to swing.
    Ramirez hit a two-run homer on the first pitch he saw from John Axford in the ninth inning, rallying the Chicago White Sox over the Cleveland Indians 4-3 on a rainy Sunday.

    April 13, 2014

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    Bubba Watson won the Masters two years ago with his brand of “Bubba golf,” producing shots of raw skill and wild imagination. His strategy now is to keep it simple, and he is halfway to another green jacket.

    April 11, 2014 1 Photo

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