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Logan Skibinski Wins Four Events as Union/A-C Valley Boys Track Team Downs Keystone

RIMERSBURG, Pa. (EYT/D9) — Logan Skibinski won four events, Aidan Fox won three events and Hayden Smith cleared 6 feet, 8 inches in the high jump as the Union/A-C Valley boys track and field team beat Keystone, 85-65, on Tuesday afternoon.

Skibinski, who set the school record in the 100-meter dash last week, won that event again with a time of 11.2 seconds. His school record time is 11.0.

He also won the 200 and ran legs on the winner 4×100 and 4×400 relay teams.

Fox won the triple jump with a leap of 41 feet, 4 inches. He was also second in the long jump behind Smith with a District 9 qualifying effort of 19-9½.

Smith won the long jump at 20-4.

Fox was also a member of the winning 4×100 and 4×400 relay teams.

Union/A-C Valley swept the long and triple jumps to aid in the victory over Keystone.

Drew Slaugenhaupt won the 110 hurdles (15.8) and the 300 hurdles (44.4) for the Panthers.

On the girls side, Abbi Sell won the 100 and 200 and teamed with Alison Sterner, Ashlee Albright and Lillyan Shumaker to win the 4×400 relay to led Keystone to an 83-62 win over Union/A-C Valley.

Sarah Cotton also won the javelin and pole vault for Keystone.

Hannah Ithen won the long jump and triple jump for Union/A-C Valley. She was also second in the 100.

Skylar Harris won the high jump and ran a leg of the winning 4×800 relay and Natalie Crissman was first in the 800 and was also on the triumphant 4×800.


Tanner Miller and Dauntae Girvan combined for a five-inning, two-hitter as Clarion downed Union/A-C Valley, 12-0.

Dawson Smail had a big day at the plate for the Bobcats, going 3 for 3 with two RBIs and three runs scored. Noah Harrison and Devon Lauer also drove in two for Clarion.

Miller went four strong innings to get the win. He struck out six. Girvan, who was also doubled and singled, finished the game with a scoreless fifth inning.

Bryce Brinkley had three hits for Clarion.


Kohen Kemmer and Nick Aaron each doubled and singled, and Jake Smith knocked in a pair of runs to lead the Lions.

Logan Lutz got the win in relief of starter Tommy Smith, working three no-hit innings, striking out seven.

Smith was dominant in his three innings, striking out seven.

Brayden Murray closed things out for the Lions.


Drew Keth tossed a three-inning perfect game, striking out six, Brady Dunlap had two doubles and Peyton Shay knocked in three to lead the Panthers.

Keth also had a multi-hit game for Keystone.


Adam Manuel pitched five strong innings, striking out four and giving up just one run in the Gremlins’ victory.

Koen Williams went 1 for 2 with two RBIs for Karns City.

Colton Christie worked two hitless innings to finish things off for the Gremlins.


Ethan Carll homered and Drake Irwin and C.J. Zacherl each had three hits to help the Wolves past the Fires.

Wade Peters had three RBIs, despite not getting a hit.

Logan Bish tripled and Noah Baumcratz was 2 for 2 at the plate for North Clarion.

Bish also got the win on the hill, striking out seven in three innings of work.

Colton Kuntz homered for Forest.


Mariska Shunk struck out eight and gave up just two hits in seven innings as Moniteau edged Redbank Valley, 5-4.

Shunk gave up four runs, but they were all unearned.

Shunk also went 2 for 4 with two RBIs.

Alex Stewart also had a pair of hits for the Warriors.

Mackenzie Foringer had a single and a RBI for Redbank Valley.


Jadyn Shumaker doubled, singled and drove in four runs as the Berries were too much for the Wildcats.

Haylie Gregory tripled and drove in two and Riley Coe also had a pair of RBIs for Cranberry.

Coe also got the win in the circle.


Jada Polczynski drove in the only run for the Gremlins in the top of the first inning, but Armstrong answered on the way to a win.

Jess Pugh homered and drove in three runs for the Riverhawks.