Meadville Tribune

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September 21, 2013

Local briefs: Villa Maria takes first at Meadville Invite

MEADVILLE — On Friday, Annie Ciachinni fired an 82 to help Villa Maria win the Meadville Girls Golf Invitation at Whispering Pines Golf Course.

The event featured 15 schools from District 10. Villa carded an aggragate total of 358 to withe title, while McDowell was second with a 360. Meadville placed third with a 374. Hickory (404), Fort LeBoeuf (409), Reynolds (423) and North East (425) round out the top contenders.

Individually, North East’s Megan Moylan fired a 75 to win medalist honors. Fort LeBoeuf’s Carly Yovich (79) also broke 80 to place second. Ciachinni was third followed by the Bulldogs Lacey Latta and Grove City’s Fontaine McFeaters, each with an 84.

Boys Soccer

Lancers fall to GC

EDINBORO — For the fifth time this season, the General McLane boys soccer team suffered a loss by one goal, the latest one coming Saturday at home to Grove City 1-0.

The lone goal in the game came off a free kick from Grove City’s Cole Latimer in the second half.

General McLane falls to 2-5-0 with the loss.

Huskies blank ’Dogs

HARBORCREEK TWP. — Logan Convoy scored a pair of goals to lead Harbor Creek to a 2-0 win over Meadville during non-region boys soccer action at Penn State Behrend College on Saturday.

Convoy scored his first goal in the 17th minute to give the Huskies a 1-0 lead. Convoy completed the scoring in the 52nd minute.

Tanner Stanton made 11 saves for the Bulldogs (7-2-0).

Cross Country

Panthers finish second at PIAA meet

HERSHEY — It was not the state championships, but Saegertown was still pretty impressive as it ran to a second-place finish at the PIAA Foundation Invitational on Saturday.

The Panthers finished with 64 points, 18 behind race champion Masterman (46). Northeast Bedford finish in third with 102 points.

The Panthers Morgan Schenberg placed second overall with a time of 16:56. Brendon Barclay placed 10th in 17:38, while Matt Schenberg stopped the clock in 17:43 for 15th.

Masterman’s Julian Degroot-Lutzner won the race in 16:55.

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