- High School Sports
Westmont wins both ends of swimming meet at Somerset
With just three regular-season meets remaining and regionals right on the horizon, the Westmont Hilltop boys and girls swim teams appear to be peaking at the right time.
MIKE MASTOVICH | Stockenus' scoring feat is impressive
Shanksville senior Kayla Stockenus’ surpassing the 2,000-point mark in Tuesday’s loss to Windber brought a rare milestone back into the area’s spotlight.
While 1,000-point scorers have become fairly common in both boys and girls basketball, 2,000 is a much more rare feat.
Area athletes commit to careers in college
National letter-of-intent day on Wednesday had numerous area athletes committing to go to the colleges of their choices in a variety of different sports:
- Local sports in brief 2/7/2013
Chestnut Ridge trying for AA crown
Greg Lazor had to cancel a dental appointment to take his Chestnut Ridge team to the PIAA Dual-Meet Class AA Championships, which begin in Hershey today.
He’s hoping that the trip to the Giant Center will be a lot less painful.
Shanksville player gets 2,000th point in loss to Windber
Kayla Stockenus netted her 2,000th point in double-grand fashion on Tuesday night. The Shanksville senior guard grabbed a defensive rebound and drove the length of the court with multiple Windber defenders chasing her.
- Local sports in brief 2/6/2013
Shade rolls past Windber
Shade’s Wade Walker was unhappy with the way he played on Monday so the senior forward elevated his game on Tuesday.
Walker finished with a game-high 38 points - as many as the entire Windber squad scored – and 20 rebounds, as the Panthers raised their record to 16-1, defeating the host Ramblers
64-38 in a WestPAC non-section game.
Shanksville holds off Blacklick Valley
Shanksville-Stonycreek dominated Blacklick Valley in the middle quarters and withstood a furious comeback bid by the hosts as it posted a 50-40 victory in a non-sectional WestPAC game Tuesday night at Blacklick Valley High School.
Shanksville, going five-deep into the bench, parlayed its edge in size and depth into a 15-0 run that changed an 8-7 deficit after one quarter into a 23-13 halftime lead. Robert Snyder’s squad continued to impose its will in the third quarter and assumed a 15-point lead into the final period.
Meyersdale edges Berlin
Tim Hines was about to get pinned.
On senior night.
Against his school’s biggest rival.
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