Meadville Tribune


February 2, 2014

North Pittsburgh extinguishes Flames

WARRENDALE — The Crawford County Midget Flames scored first, but they could not score again as North Pittsburgh snuffed out the locals’ momentum for a 3-1 victoy during Pittsburgh Amateur Hockey League action on Sunday.

Josh Orr scored the only goal for the Flames (3-12-3 PAHL) with 4:17 remaining in the first period. Steven Shafer recorded the assist on the even-strength goal.

Devin Dezarn-Stoka tied the game with 1:27 left in the first period. Nick Matelan scored the game winner with 13:07 left in the second, while Dezarn-Stoka added an insurance goal just over two minutes later.


Saegertown goes back-to-back

Saegertown extended its lead in the Ven-Craw Bowling League with back-to-back wins at Seneca Lanes on Jan. 28 and Plaza Lanes on Jan. 30.

Saegertown took the Seneca competition with 55 points, five more tha Meadville Red (50). Cranberry Maroon was third with 44 points and Franklin Black posted 38 points to place fourth. Meadville Black rounded out the top five with 34 points.

Saegertown was led by Nick Archacki, who blistered the lanes for a 256. Michael Costello rolled a 209, while C.J. Mook (200) gave Saegertown three bowlers in the 200s.

Brandon Kriek posted a 248 to lead Franklin, while teammate Tristan Myers added a 200. Meadville had a pair of bowlers break 200 in Bennet Monnie (247) and Jared Beier (211). Cranberry also accomplished the feat with Andrew Holden (224) and Matthew Alcorn (208). Devin Stephens rolled a 215 to lead Oil City.

In the Plaza Lanes match, Saegertown won with 57 points, while Meadville Red (46) and Meadville Black (41) fought it out for second and third. Cambridge Springs totaled 39 points for fourth place, while Oil City rounded out the top five with 37 points.

Meadville’s Brant Granda posted the top individual score with a 247. Three other Meadville kegglers broke 200 — Zane Wolf (235), Dalton Zelasco (214) and Seth Beerbower (210).

Franklin’s Myers rolled the third best total with a 222, and Cranberry’s Alcorn rolled a 214. Ricky Kanline (213), Tristan Higby (213) and Costello (210) all broke 200 for Saegertown, while Cambridge Springs’ Justan Tapper finished with a 211.

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    Saegertown freshman Kendra Taylor had no reason to believe that Friday afternoon’s non-region softball game would go like any other.

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    “You can wait around all day,” Cochranton head softball coach Mark McGuire said. “But when the moment is there and the opportunity is in front of you, that’s when you have to get it done.”

    April 17, 2014 1 Photo

  • Gallo’s single lifts CASH to win in extras

    “He got the hit because they were scared of Cole Baker,” said Cole Baker.
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    April 17, 2014

  • Jordan Lynn Lynn leads Bulldogs over visiting Beavers

    “It’s a good thing we have that little break for Easter,” said Meadville track and field coach Carl Roznowski. “That should give her a chance to rest up those muscles.”
    Roznowski is talking about Bulldogs junior Jordan Lynn, who was a busy lady on Wednesday as the MASH boys and girls squads took on Corry in a Region 3 meet at the Barco-Duratz Athletic Complex.

    April 16, 2014 1 Photo

  • Panthers stay unbeaten with win over Blue Devils

    Saegertown’s run to the District 10 boys volleyball championship a year ago was anything but easy.
    Needless to say, the Panthers have a little experience when it comes to dealing with tribulations. The Panthers put that experience to good use on Wednesday night in a Region 1 showdown.

    April 16, 2014

  • MLB replay Selig calls replay start ‘remarkable’

    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.

    April 15, 2014 1 Photo

  • 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.

    April 15, 2014

  • 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.

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