High School Boys
Ferndale 57 Conemaugh Valley 50
Chad Eisenhuth scored 15 points to lead Ferndale to a win at Conemaugh Valley.
Isaiah Sajatovich had 12 points and Carlos Mason 10.
Blake Furman topped the Blue Jays with 16 points followed by Grant Cruse with 14. Cruse had 10 rebounds while Nick Roberts led the team with 13.
North Star 38
PORTAGE – Devin Brown and Brandon Madigan scored 14 points apiece as Portage had four players score in double figures.
Chris Onder added 13 points and Cody Randall finished with 10 for the Mustangs (5-7).
Devin Richard led the Cougars (0-11) with 14 points and Steve Mort added 11.
Portage went on a 21-5 run in the fourth quarter.
Cambria Co. Chr. 59 Clearfield Alliance 16
CLEARFIELD – Dom Williams scored 18 points, including four 3-pointers, while Zach Wingard added 15 and Andy Paros scored 12 as Cambria County Christian improved to 12-3.
High School Girls
Cambria Co. Chr. 38 Clearfield Alliance 29
CLEARFIELD – Alexis Wolfe and Natalie Sokira scored 17 and 15 points, respectively, to lead Cambria County Christian.
Alyssa Wharton’s 16 points led the hosts.
High School Boys
- High School Sports
Shade softball thriving on Karl’s watch
Frank Karl coached the majority of the girls who comprise Shade High School’s softball team from the time they played T-ball and coach pitch.
Karl was there when the group, as elementary-school students, once rallied from an 18-run deficit to win a game, and he hoped to be there when the group reached the varsity level.
MIKE KOVAK| Blending schedules a challenge for athletic directors
Bishop McCort basketball gets it. So does Greater Johnstown basketball.
Go ahead and count Somerset baseball among the mix. The same goes for Ligonier Valley softball and Northern Cambria volleyball.
What is it that these different programs from various locations within The Tribune-Democrat coverage area get exactly?
CORY ISENBERG| Stakes rise as schedules shrink
There are fewer events on the daily high school sports schedules, but the stakes are going up for area athletes as the spring season heads into its final weeks.
In track and field, the three area conferences will hold their championship meets this week.
In Portage today, the WestPAC athletes will gather for their championships while the Laurel Highlands and Heritage meets will be on Tuesday at Somerset and United, respectively.
Seven Conemaugh Township athletes make commitments
Dillon Boyer entered Thursday’s scholastic baseball action ranked fourth in the state with a .688 batting average.
Boyer will take those impressive numbers a few miles North on Route 219 when he continues his career at the next level. The Conemaugh Township senior will attend Pitt-Johnstown and play NCAA Division II baseball for coach Todd Williams.
Four from Richland committed to UPJ
For Sabrina Wingard, the opportunity to play collegiate soccer with her sister, Savanna, was too great an opportunity to skip.
For Bobby Colvin, Curt Colvin and Ismail Ahmad, the idea of playing highly competitive soccer next to their high school campus made for an easy choice.
- Local sports in brief 4/4/2013
Subich, Dell recognized for football
Greater Johnstown High School senior Nick Subich earned the Joe Sarra Community Service Award and took a Scholar Athlete Award at the recent Central Pennsylvania Chapter of the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame Scholar Athlete Awards Banquet.
The Joseph D. Sarra Community Service Award is named for the long-time chapter board member and former Penn State assistant football coach.
Trexler gets his 1,000th point in McCort victory
While much of the Northeast was belted by massive accumulations of snow, the Blizzard Nemo mostly spared the Johnstown area.
Another Nemo created a buzz on Osborne Street on Friday night, though the flurry of points had nothing to do with the winter weather.
Chestnut Ridge advances in PIAA Class AA team championship
Chestnut Ridge coach Greg Lazor expected District 3 champ Boiling Springs to push his team to the limit in Friday’s PIAA Class AA team wrestling quarterfinals.
And up to the end, it was a close one: Three matches went to overtime and the Lions carried a lead when the weight classes turned to the low end, but the Bubblers won four straight to end the quarterfinal round a winner, 32-25.
- Local sports in brief 2/9/2013
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