Ryan Ferry

Meadville’s Ryan Ferry watches his shot during a Region 6 mega match recently at The Country Club of Meadville. Ferry shot a 68 on Monday to earn medalist honors at a mega match at Mound Grove Golf Course in Waterford.

WATERFORD — Meadville’s Ryan Ferry shot a four-under par 68 to earn medalist honors at a Region 6 mega match on Monday at Mound Grove Golf Course.

Cathedral Prep extended its lead in the region standings with its first place finish with a score of 314. McDowell was second (325) followed by Warren (347) and Meadville (360).

The Ramblers were led by Evan Rowane’s 74, which was good for second overall.

Michael Mahoney shot an 84 for the Bulldogs, who remain third in the standings behind Prep (35) and McDowell (30) with 22 points.


Region 6 Mega Match

at Mound Grove Golf Course

CATHEDRAL PREP (314): Evan Rowane 74, Breckin Taylor 77, Luke Misko 80, Phil Pedano 83, Zach Henry 89.

McDOWELL (325): Skyler Carr 75, Max Paris 80, Joey DeAngelo 83, Jackson Linden 87, Greg Berlin 88.

WARREN (347): Selvie Pearson 82, Zach Rowlin 83, Drew Swanson 85, Oewn Blum 97, Jared Bupp 99.

MEADVILLE (360): Ryan Ferry 68, Michael Mahoney 84, Ryan Young 101, Jackson Lawrence 107, Nick Kast 107.

ERIE (375): Kyle Westfall 88, Casey Donnelly 92, Cody Nikolai 96, Evan Nadzam 99.

FORT LeBOEUF (375): Dalton Houpt 86, Josh Baker 94, A.J. Dinsmore 96, Nathan Samluk 99, Andrew Kupniewski 103.

GENERAL McLANE (380): Clayton Boutte 92, Luke Eichenlaub 93, Lucas Leisure 96, Cliff Morehouse 99, Donovan McClaughlin 115.




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CASH tops Tigers

MOUNT HOPE — Alex Wiles fired the low score and all four Conneaut Area golfers broke 50 as the team went on to pick up a 178-234 win over Maplewood during non-region boys golf action on Monday.

Wiles carded a 41 on the tough Mt. Hope Golf Course to lead the Eagles. Andrew McKalip added a 44. Jordan Vaughn and Cooper Baum shot 46 and 47, respectively.

Chase Halsaver posted a 55 to lead the Tigers.


at Mt. Hope Golf Course

CONNEAUT AREA (178): Alex Wiles 41, Andrew McKalip 44, Jordan Vaughn 46, Cooper Baum 47.

MAPLEWOOD (234): Chase Halsaver 58, Lucas Groger 58, Alic Jackson 60, Abigail Grago 61.


Girls volleyball


Cats upend Sailors

SAEGERTOWN — The Saegertown girls volleyball team improved to 2-0 on the season with a 25-18, 25-16, 25-12 sweep over non-region opponent Lakeview on Monday. 

Brittany Houck led the attack for the Panthers with nine kills. Ava Jones had a dozen assists. 

Saegertown also won the JV match in two sets. 


WM sweeps Muskies

JAMESTOWN — Jamestown didn’t make it easy. But West Middlesex got the win in the end, sweeping the Muskies 26-24, 25-23, 25-18 on Monday in Region 1 girls volleyball action.

Maya Floch had eight kills, eight digs and two aces to lead the Muskies. Farah Messai had 17 digs. Liz Kammerdiener (12) and Amanda College (11) were also in double digits in digs. Delaney Cowher added five assists.


Erie First tops CB

ERIE — Calvary Baptist tried to fight back in game three, but to no avail as Erie First Christian completed a 25-19, 25-9, 27-25 sweep during non-region girls volleyball action on Monday.

Kiara Baker finished with seven kills to lead the Calvary. Kala Flint added three aces, three digs and four assists, while Cheyanne Kinder talled three kills and two digs. Jael Brenner contributed seven assists, Anna Schall three kills and Charity Flint three digs in the loss. 


Girls Soccer


Serrano leads Greenville over CASH

LINESVILLE — Isabel Serrano scored twice and the Conneaut Area offense was unable to answer as Greenville picked up a 3-0 non-region girls soccer victory on Monday.

Serrano’s pair of goals were more than enough to lead the Trojans. However, Katherine Cooper added a third for good measure.

Conneaut’s Jocelyn Denihan made a beautiful stop on a penalty kick in the first half.


Hornets blank ’Dogs

HERMITAGE — Hickory handed Meadville its first loss of the season on Monday, blanking the Bulldogs 3-0 in Region 6 action.

Kayla Saylor had two goals and Santina Masters had one goal for the Hornets.


Boys Soccer


CASH pummels Perry

LINESVILLE — From Saturday, the Conneaut boys soccer team unloaded on non-region opponent Commodore Perry, winning 11-0. 

Brady Birtkidis led the way for the Eagles (2-0), collecting the hat trick. 


College sports


Men’s golf


Men claim title at home invitational

The Allegheny men’s golf team won its second straight win to begin the season by capturing the 46th annual Guy & Jeanne Kuhn Invitational hosted by the Country Club of Meadville on Sunday and Monday.

This win marks the first time since 2015 that the men have raised the trophy at their home invitational.

Carnegie Mellon was second over with a 605. McDaniel College (611), Penn State-Behrend (624) and Gannon (630) rounded out the top five. 

Four Allegheny golfers finished in the top 10, with Matt Del Rosso leading the way with scores of 74 and 75 for a total of 149, putting him in third place.

Classmates Ryan Dayton and Alex Lawson tied for fourth place, with 150s overall. Lawson dropped two strokes between rounds, 76-74, and Dayton dropped four off his 77 tally from Sunday on Monday. Freshman Aidan Melville rounded out the Allegheny golfers in the top 10 as he tied for ninth place with a 153, shooting rounds of 74 and 79.

Tyler Pham finished tied for 19th with scores of 81 and 76 for a total of 157.

The top individual for the tournament was Carnegie Mellon’s Jay Milch, who was 2-over for the event at 70-76—146. Gannon’s Michael Marsico was second with a 72-76—148. 


Cross country


Cokley, Williams take PAC rookie honors

A pair of area cross country runners now competing at the college level were honored with weekly awards by the Presidents’ Athletic Conference, it was announced on Monday. 

Cochranton graduate and Waynesburg freshman Jac Cokley was named the PAC’s Men’s Rookie Athlete of the Week after finishing 17th out of 221 runners at Saturday’s Bethany Invitational. Cokley’s time was 27:32, which made him Waynesburg’s top individual runner for the second-straight week and the third freshman at the event to cross the line.

It is Cokley’s second straight week being named the conference’s top rookie.

Lakeview graduate and Bethany Freshman Danielle Williams was tabbed the PAC’s Women’s Rookie Athlete of the Week after a 25th-place finish for Bethany at its home invitational Saturday. 

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