WEST MIDDLESEX — Crawford County had a solid showing on Saturday at the 29th annual Big Red Invitational. 

Cochranton’s Noah Bernarding finished fourth in 16:34.16 to lead Cochranton to a sixth place finish in the team standings. Bernarding was joined in the top 25 by teammate Franklin Morris, who finished 19th in 17:43.45.

Cambridge Springs took fourth in the team standings behind a 21st-place finish by Hunter Spaid (17:56.57) and a 24th-place finish by Alec Bidwell (17:59.70). Christian Kline was 29th and Elijah Mamula finished 33d for the Blue Devils.

On the girls side, Conneaut’s Meaera Shannon crossed the tape in 19:23.61 — good for third place overall. Cambridge Springs’ Elizabeth Kline was 14th (20:58.81).

Grove City’s Tobias Jones was the winner for the boys in 16:01.98, leading the Eagles to the team title as well with 56 points. North East was second (65) and Cranberry (140) was third.

Shenango’s Carmen Medvit was the top finisher for the girls in 19:00.59. Wilmington was the top team with 133 points followed by Lakeview (163) and Shenango (180) to round out the top three.

 

29th annual Big Red Invitational

at West Middlesex

BOYS

Team Scores

1. Grove City 56, 2. North East 65, 3. Cranberry 140, 4. Cambridge Springs 152, 5. West Middlesex 173, 6. Cochranton 178, 7. Rocky Grove 184, 8. Hickory 199, 9. Jefferson Area 276, 10. Clarion 357, 11. Reynolds 361, 12. Shenango 408, 13. Wilmington 410, 14. Lakeview 433, 15. Union City 435, 16. New Castle 441, 17. Slippery Rock 442, 18. Conneaut Area 475, 19. Laurel 520, 20. Seneca 530, 21. Franklin 555, 22. Commodore Perry 572, 23. North Clarion 595, 24. Sharpsville 652, 25. Ellwood City 686, 26. Maplewood 699, 27. Karns City 772, 28. Oil City 781, 29. DuBois Central Catholic 798, 30. Jamestown 816, 31. Neshannock 832, 32. Clarion Limestone 848, 33. Girard 992.

Individuals

1. Tobias Jones (Grove City) 16:01.98, 2. Gabe Nichols (Grove City) 16:21.65, 3. Troy Hart (Reynolds) 16:33.03, 4. Noah Bernarding (Cochranton) 16:34.16, 5. Zane Courtwright (North East) 16:38.42, 6. Colby Belczyk (Riverside) 17:00.88, 7. Matt Woolcock (Cranberry) 17:01.62, 8. Cole Frazier (Hickory) 17:02.77, 9. Matthew Jordan (Hickory) 17:06.14, 10. Brock Pennington (North East) 17:08.64, 11. Joseph Somora (Grove City) 17:13.77, 12. Magnum Vincent (Rocky Grove) 17:17.26, 13. Thomas Presnar (Shenango) 17:20.23 14. Lucas Boyd (North East) 17:22.35, 15. Luke Mantzell (West Middlesex) 17:29.28, 16. Luke Robinson (Jefferson Area) 17:31.73, 17. Daniel Fisher (Cranberry) 17:34.34, 18. Tanner Kloss (North East) 17:39.55, 19. Franklin Morris (Cochranton) 17:43.45, 20. Cael Mcewen (Grove City Area) 17:52.28, 21. Hunter Spaid (Cambridge Springs) 17:56.57, 22. Anthony Haskins (North East) 17:57.00, 23. Thomas Hunyadi (Hickory) 17:57.77, 24. Alec Bidwell (Cambridge Springs) 17:59.70, 25. Chad Helmininack (Grove City) 18:00.66.

GIRLS

Team Scores

1. Wilmington 133, 2. Lakeview 163, 3. Shenango 180, 4. North East 186, 5. Hickory 220, 6. Sharon 235, 7. Reynolds 243, 8. North Clarion 264, 9. New Castle 297, 10. Jefferson Area 302, 11. Grove City 316, 12. Cranberry 321, 13. Slippery Rock 325, 14. West Middlesex 362, 15. Sharpsville 363, 16. Union City 381, 17. Cambridge Springs 395, 18. Girard 485, 19. Seneca 508, 20. Oil City 511, 21. Franklin 513, 22. Conneaut Area 521, 23. Maplewood 565, 24. Laurel 588, 25. Clarion 608, 26. Neshannock 624, 27. DuBois Central Catholic 663, 28. Karns City 733, 29. Jamestown 842.

Individuals

1. Carmen Medvit (Shenango) 19:00.59, 2. Gianna Labbiento (Sharon) 19:01.85, 3. Meaera Shannon (Conneaut Area) 19:23.61, 4. Grace Mason (Wilmington) 19:57.13, 5. Abby Douglas (Sharon) 20:00.69, 6. Natalie Ostheimer (Sharon) 20:09.58, 7. Emily Olcott (Shenango) 20:11.00, 8. Lia Bartholomew (West Middlesex) 20:15.05, 9. Harley Pflughs (Slippery Rock) 20:23.99, 10. Hannah Wagner (Reynolds) 20:26.48, 11. Cassie Carr (Girard) 20:29.22, 12. Claire Oliver (Lakeview) 20:39.62, 13. Madison Hartner (North East) 20:54.53, 14. Elizabeth Kline (Cambridge Springs) 20:58.81, 15. Allie Wintz (Jefferson Area) 21:03.22, 16. Lauren Mehler (Sharpsville) 21:04.93, 17. Logan Davis (Hickory) 21:11.61, 18. Kalynne Ziegler (Cranberry) 21:19.04, 19. Olivia Mumford (Oil City) 21:33.13, 20. Bethany Litwiler (Reynolds) 21:39.73, 21. Emma Mason (Wilmington) 21:43.14, 22. Aubrey Hogue (Lakeview) 21:44.51, 23. Bella Scott (Clarion) 21:44.80, 24. Maddie Hammond (North East) 21:46.21, 25. Emma Pringle (West Middlesex) 21:54.02.

 

Women’s soccer

 

Notre Dame (Ohio) edges EUP

EDINBORO — Kady Cushing headed in a rebound at the 65:58 mark to lead Notre Dame (Ohio) to a 3-2 win over Edinboro in non-conference women’s soccer action on Saturday.

Brittnie Spithaler scored on an assist from Danielle Chatten and Sidney Dobbins had an unassisted goal for the Scots.

Edinboro is now 0-2.

 

Chatham slips past Lady Gators

PITTSBURGH — Chatham scored two goals in the final eight minutes to beat Allegheny 3-2 on Saturday in non-conference women’s soccer action.

The loss moves the Gators to 2-1-1.

Taylor Renk  notched her second goal of the season in the 61st minute off an assist from Bryanna Urso to give Allegheny 1-0 lead.

Chatham tied the score at 1 with a penalty kick goal in the 77th minute. Twelve seconds later, Emily Orr put the Gators on top again off a pass from Renk.

Another penalty goal in the 83rd minute tied the game once again, and then Chatham scored the final goal in the 87th minute, putting the Cougars in the lead permanently.

Maya Hackman made seven saves in the loss for AC.

 

Women’s volleyball

 

Scots win a pair

EDINBORO — Edinboro improved to 3-1 with a pair of wins at the Rebich Investments Invitational at McComb Fieldhouse on Saturday. 

The Scots beat Glenville State (25-15, 25-19, 25-23) and West Virginia Wesleyan (25-15, 25-18, 25-18).

Cierah Jackson had 14 kills in each win to lead the Scots. Bella Burrelli added 13 kills against Glenville and 10 against WVW. 

Alicia Eldredge finished with 65 assists on the day.

Eldredge and Jackson were named to the all-tournament team.

 

Gators swept in crossover finale

LANSING, Mich. — The Allegheny women’s volleyball team wrapped up play in the 2019 Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association/North Coast Athletic Conference Crossover on Saturday.

The Gators fell to Saint Mary’s (25-20, 25-22, 25-23) in their first game before coming up short in four sets against host Olivet (25-22, 25-18, 25-18, 25-18).

In Game 1, Alysha Crowther led the Gator offense with eight kills, followed by Tamara Babic and Jyl Russotti with six kills apiece. Olivia D’Andrea tallied a team-high 15 assists.

Rebecca MacQuarrie and D’Andrea anchored the Gator defense with 17 and 14 digs, respectfully.

Against Olivet, Grace Lengauer notched a team-high 17 kills.

MacQuarrie tallied a team-high 20 digs. 

 

Men’s soccer

 

Marietta blanks AC

MARIETTA, Ohio — The Allegheny men’s soccer team fell to Marietta 3-0 on Saturday in non-conference action.

Marietta got out to an early lead with a goal from Gavin Long in the fifth minute. Long doubled the Pioneers’ total with a second goal in the 16th minute. Caden Ferguson added the final tally in the 75th minute.

Jack Barron-Sluga was in goal for Allegheny and made four stops.

 

Cross country

 

Cassel, Parsons win Doug Watts Open

EDINBORO — The Edinboro’s men’s cross country team dominated the competition on Saturday in the season-opening Doug Watts Open. 

The Fighting Scots finished with 29 points to easily outdistance second-place Gannon (70 points).

Colton Cassel led the way for the Scots, finishing the 8K course in 26 minutes flat.

The Lady Scots finished third overall with 91 points behind Seton Hill (33) and Mercyhurst (81).

The Edinboro women were led by first-place finisher Stephanie Parsons (22:26) and second-place finisher Hope Pietrocarlo (22:44).

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