Tomahawks in volleyball event
The Johnstown Tomahawks will put away their hockey skates for one night and take their athletic abilities to an entirely different playing surface when they play the Forest Hills School girls volleyball team at 7 p.m. on Monday.
The “Spike Autism” a charity volleyball game organized by three Forest Hills seniors will be played at Forest Hills High.
Tickets are $2 and may be purchased through the Tomahawks office at 536-4625. The event will benefit ACRP’s Autism Spectrum Disorders Unit.
Keri Ondrejik, Brianna Neff, and Lakin Stiffler organized the charity game as their senior project in order to raise awareness and money for autism spectrum disorders.
Mount Aloysius notches victory
HARRISBURG – Derrick Capiak threw a complete-game shutout Friday to lead Mount Aloysius to a 1-0 victory at Penn State-Harrisburg.
Capiak struck out 10 and gave up two hits. The Mounties’ lone run came in the ninth when Jesse Bordner’s single scored Connor Powie, who reached on a single and stole second.
Ian Helsel and Alex Martin had two hits each as Mount Aloysius improved to 7-5 and PSU-Harrisburg fell to 2-7.
Mounties win pair at tourney
ROANOKE, Va. – Mount Aloysius defeated Cassleton State 9-1 and host Roanoke 4-3 in a doubleheader at the Roanoke College Bash on Friday.
Shelby Kline took the win in the opener with Taylor Mansfield picking up a save. Emily Gearhart and Kaleigh Root had two hits each for the Mounties. One of Gearhart’s was a two-run home run.
The win over sixth-ranked Roanoke was the first victory over a nationally ranked team in the history of the Mount Aloysius softball program.
Kelsey Ickes claimed the win, tossing a seven-inning five-hitter.
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Before the puck dropped Sunday afternoon, the Olympia ice resurfacer crashed into the boards and a linesman lost his balance on his way to the ice at Cambria County War Memorial Arena.
Tomahawks confident as Game 3 approaches
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Tomahawks force deciding Game 3
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Tomahawks shut out in playoff opener
A trio of third-period goals proved too much for the Johnstown Tomahawks to match as the Port Huron Fighting Falcons took Game 1 of the NAHL’s Robertson Cup North Division Play-in series by a 3-0 tally Thursday at McMorran Arena.
The Fighting Falcons, the North Division’s fourth seed, used goals from Ryan Nick, Mitch Maloney and Rick DeRosa to grab a 1-0 lead in the best-of-3 series.
Tomahawks planning on short series
No offense hockey fans, but the Johnstown Tomahawks aren’t planning to play a home game in front of a potentially sold-out, sure-to-be-raucous crowd Sunday afternoon at Cambria County War Memorial Arena.
The goal for these Tomahawks, who qualified for the NAHL playoffs in their inaugural season in the Flood City, is to win two games at Port Huron (Mich.) starting tonight and advance in the best-of-3 North Division play-in series.
Johnstown to open playoffs at Port Huron
If the Johnstown Tomahawks are looking to bring postseason hockey back to Cambria County War Memorial, they’ll have to at the very least forge a split of the first two games of their best-of-3 play-in series against fourth-place Port Huron.
Loss drops Johnstown to fifth seed in playoffs
The Johnstown Tomahawks fell 2-1 to the Jamestown Ironmen and finished in the No. 5 spot in the NAHL’s North Division on Saturday.
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