Allegheny College Director of Athletics and Recreation Bill Ross announced the institution’s plans for the Gators’ winter and spring varsity teams to return to intercollegiate competition during the spring semester. 

Men’s and women’s lacrosse, men’s and women’s track and field, men’s and women’s tennis, men’s and women’s golf, baseball and softball are scheduled to compete in their regular playing season. Men’s and women’s basketball and men’s and women’s swimming and diving, which usually participate during the winter season, will also participate in a limited number of contests this semester.

“We are committed to the health and safety of our student-athletes, our opponents, and the campus community,” Ross in a press release. “All of our protocols have been developed with guidance from local and national health organizations and the NCAA and North Coast Athletic Conference.”

Schedules are in the process of being finalized. At this time, spectators will not be permitted at any home event.

 

Girls basketball

 

Devils top Cards

CAMBRIDGE SPRINGS — Maddie Yanc had another stellar outing for Cambridge Springs on Saturday. Yanc scored 24 points while going 12 of 15 from the free throw line to lead the Blue Devils to a crucial 46-37 win over Cochranton in Region 2 girls basketball action.

Makenzie Yanc had seven points while Hailee Rodgers added six points for the Devils.

Jaylin McGill led the Cardinals with 12 points and seven rebounds. Riley Harvey and Lexie Moore tallied eight points each. Harvey also had eight boards.

 

Eagles stifle Oilers

LINESVILLE — Eleven players scored for Conneaut in the Eagles’ 52-27 win over Oil City on Saturday in Region 5 girls basketball action.

Rylee Jones led the Eagles with 20 points and seven steals. Jaelyn Blood was also in double figures with 11 points. Blood also had seven rebounds as did Payton Berkley.

 

Boys basketball

 

Bison roll Devils

WATERFORD — Fort LeBoeuf scored 28 points in the opening quarter on its way to a 62-42 win over Cambridge Springs in non-region boys basketball action on Saturday.

Nathan Held led the Blue Devils with 14 points. Trent Wheeler added nine points. Jayden Shinsky and Asa Henderson had seven points apiece.

Brandon Drayer had 18 points to lead Fort LeBoeuf followed by Max Endres with 16 points and Nick Dooley with 12 points.

 

Huskies stop Bulldogs

HARBORCREEK — Four players scored in double figures for Harbor Creek to lead the Huskies to a 62-54 win over Meadville on Sunday in non-region boys basketball action.

Cody Smith led that Huskie quartet with 21 points. Sam Howell had 16 points and Casey Smith and Jaden Rocco had 10 points each. 

For the Bulldogs, who were held to seven points in the first quarter and five in the third, Sam Burchard led the way with 17 points. Alex McElhinny had 11 points and Reese Pero tallied 10 points.

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