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Sept. 5, 2017 Volleyball and Soccer Recaps

Sept. 5 volleyball and soccer recaps.

If your team’s recap isn’t available, have your coach e-mail chris.rossetti@eyt.media for instructions on how to submit recap information.

(Cover photo: Johnsonburg’s Lindsey Kocjancic in action vs. Sheffield Tuesday night. Photo by Rich Quiggle)

VOLLEYBALL

UNION 3, VENANGO CATHOLIC 0

OIL CITY, Pa. – Bryn Davis and Frankee Remmick each had eight kills to lead visiting Union to a 3-0 (25-6, 25-4, 25-10) win at Venango Catholic.

Hannah Atzeni added 19 set assists and 12 service aces, while Remmich chipped in nine aces and Amy Henry six.

For Venango Catholic, Hope Winger had three solo blocks, Emmy Ekis had four digs and Allie Lineman added three digs.

JOHNSONBURG 3, SHEFFIELD 1

SHEFFIELD, Pa. – Visiting Johnsonburg knocked off Sheffield, 3-1 (19-25, 21-25, 26-24, 19-25).

Jensen Furlong led the Ramettes with 18 kills, while Skylar Sherry added 13 kills and five aces. Lindsey Kocjancic also added five aces with Jenna Morgan chipping in four aces. Doran Nelson had 13 set assists, Rylee Casilio added 11 set assists and Brianna Quiggle had 12 digs.

For Sheffield, Laurel Connelly had four kills and five blocks, Eliza Davidson added 20 kills, Lexi Lyon had seven kills and six blocks, Taya Bailey chipped in 11 digs and Mya Grubbs had 10 set assists.

A-C VALLEY 3, NORTH CLARION 0

FOXBURG, Pa. – Behind 12 kills, two aces and a block from Olivia Boocks, A-C Valley beat visiting North Clarion 3-0 (25-16, 25-10, 25-12).

Kylee Eaton and Cassie Schwalm each chipped in seven kills, while Josey Terwilliger had 11 kills and a block. Emily Wetzel (10 set assists) and Syd Rankin (nine assists, 3 aces) ran the offense.

For North Clarion, Tori Obenrader had seven kills while Gena Caldwell and Avari Schwabenbauer each added four kills. Obenrader also had five blocks and seven digs, while Paige Sherbine chipped in with five digs and nine set assists.

COUDERSPORT 3, PORT ALLEGANY 0

PORT ALLEGANY, Pa. – A balanced offensive effort helped Coudersport start defense of its District 9 Class 1A title with a 3-0 (25-23, 25-18, 25-16) win at Port Allegany.

EmmaRae Easton, Adrian Page and Shaelyn Black each had nine kills for the Lady Falcons with Jill Updegraff chipping in seven kills. Page also had 20 digs, while Joplin Osgood led the way on defense with 37 digs. Haley Keck ran the offense with 35 set assists.

Kenzie Buff paced Port Allegany with seven kills, while Hannah Lathrop added five kills and four blocks and Erin Stauffer 33 digs.

DUBOIS 3, CURWENSVILLE 0

DUBOIS, Pa. – Thanks to eight kills and five aces from Danessa Allison, DuBois topped visiting Curwensville, 3-0 (25-6, 25-8, 25-4).

Lexi Ray chipped in five kills and three blocks for the Lady Beavers, while Kelli Hoffer had 10 service aces and Kylee Bundy 22 set assists.

Emma Caldwell had eight set assists for Curwensville with Hannah Condon adding a kill and Elizabeth Matthews six digs.

CRANBERRY 3, CLARION-LIMESTONE 0

STRATTANVILLE, Pa. – Malliah Schreck and Lauren Conkle each had 11 kills to pace visiting Cranberry to a 3-0 (25-20, 25-20, 25-11) win over Clarion-Limestone.

Schreck chipped in 15 digs and two blocks with Conkle adding a pair of blocks. Erin Merryman ran the offense with 27 set assists and added six digs, two aces and two blocks, while Ellie Kahle had 20 digs and Natalie Barcinas nine digs.

For C-L, Erica Hetrick led the way with six kills, nine digs, two aces and a block. Kate Bailey added a team-high 13 kills to go with an ace, while Maddie Craig had four kills, 11 digs and a block and Maddie Griffith three kills and 11 set assists. Rachel Greeley added three blocks.

OTTO-ELDRED 3, GALETON 0

GALETON, Pa. – Otto-Eldred used a balanced effort to roll to a 3-0 (25-9, 25-13, 25-14) road win over Galeton.

Camryn Thomas led the Lady Terrors with 10 kills and four aces, Alyssa Shelander chipped in nine kills and six aces, Allison Cousins had eight kills and nine aces, Harlee VanScotter picked up 10 digs to go with two aces and Emily Smith had 32 set assists, an ace and a block.

SMETHPORT 3, NORTHERN POTTER 1

ULYSSES, Pa. – Behind 12 kills, nine digs, six aces and five blocks from Abbey Woodard, Smethport picked up a 3-1 (25-16, 25-18, 23-25, 25-10) road win over Northern Potter.

Emily Treat chipped in eight kills, eight digs and nine aces for the Lady Hubbers, while Haleigh Larson had eight kills and 10 digs, Willow Lapp five kills and four aces, Kiara Orner 26 set assists and four digs and Alana Durphy 30 digs and three aces.

Kalie Cowburn led Northern Potter with eight kills, two aces and two blocks. Savannah Herring chipped in four kills and three aces and Jenna Hyde had four aces, two kills and 13 set assists.

REDBANK VALLEY 3, FOREST AREA 0

TIONESTA, Pa. – Emily Gourley recorded six kills, nine aces and two blocks to help Redbank Valley beat Forest Area 3-0 (25-15, 25-13, 25-8) at West Forest.

Torilynn Nelson added four kills, Josie Rupp added four kills, Carissa Rearick 12 set assists and three aces and Montana Hetrick three aces.

CLARION 3, KARNS CITY 0

KARNS CITY, Pa. – Maya Thornton had eight kills, six aces and three digs to lead Clarion to a 3-0 (25-3, 25-13, 25-11) win at Karns City.

Maddie Schill, Sydney Kiser and Lexi Lauer each added four kills for the Lady Cats, while Brenna Campbell added 25 set assists and four digs and Alexis Constantino had 16 digs.

Livia Andreassi had two blocks to lead Karns City, while Rayna Miller had a kill and Alyssa Stitt a set assist.

BROOKVILLE 3, BROCKWAY 0

BROCKWAY, Pa. – Madison Batie and Olivia Pearson combined for 15 kills to lead visiting Brookville to a 3-0 (25-10, 25-6, 25-13) win over Brockway.

Batie led the Lady Raiders with eight kills with Pearson adding seven kills and four blocks. Mikayla Aikins chipped in four kills and Lexis Hatzinoklas had two blocks.

Mikayla Duffalo had three aces and two kills for Brockway, while Kaitlyn Morelli added three kills.

BOYS’ SOCCER

BROCKWAY 7, ST. MARYS 0

BROCKWAY, Pa. – Behind a Zane Puhala hat trick Brockway rolled to a 7-0 win over visiting St. Marys.

Puhala also added an assist in the win for the Rovers, while Anthony Esposito, Carter Adams, Hunter Allenbaugh and Santino Inzana also scored for Brockway with Inzana’s being his first varsity goal. Esposito also chipped in a pair of assists, while Angelo Inzana, Devin Velez, Adams and Jake Anderson also had helpers.

Austin Moore got the shutout in net for the Rovers.

WILLIAMSON 3, NORTHERN POTTER 2

ULYSSES, Pa. – Andrew Learn’s second goal of the game in the 69th minute lifted visiting Williamson to a 3-2 win over Northern Potter.

The Panthers had tied the game at two on an Ezra Sporow goal off a throw in by Foster Kosa in the 63rd minute before Learn was able to weave his way through the Northern Potter defense for the game-winner.

In a back-and-forth affair, Learn gave the Warriors a 1-0 halftime lead with an unassisted tally in the 30th minutes before freshman Ricky Kunselman took a feed from Kosa and buried in late in the 41st minute to tie the game at one.

Williamson went back ahead in the 60th minute when Simon Fish finished a corner kick served in by Eathan Shaefer before Sporow retied the game three minutes later.

Justin Robins made 10 saves in getting the win, while Holden Cowburn had 13 saves in the loss for Northern Potter.

PORT ALLEGANY 4, RIDGWAY 1

RIDGWAY, Pa. – Payton Caden scored twice and Javon Stiles and Howie Stuckey each scored once to lead visiting Port Allegany to a 4-1 win over Ridgway.

Lukas McClain scored the lone goal for Ridgway.

Josh Mealy made eight saves in getting the win for Port Allegany.

GIRLS’ SOCCER

ELK COUNTY CATHOLIC 8, CURWENSVILLE 2

ST. MARYS, Pa. – McKayla Wilson recorded a hat trick to lead Elk County Catholic to an 8-2 win over visiting Curwensville.

Maddie Kear added a pair of goals for the Lady Crusaders who also got a goal apiece from Sady VanAlstine, Maddie Sory and Bethany Feldbauer.

BROCKWAY 4, CLARION 1

CLARION, Pa. – Chanel Britton scored three of Brockway’s four goals, as the visiting Lady Rovers beat Clarion, 4-1.

Alish Nagy had the lone goal for the Lady Cats.

EISENHOWER 4, FOREST AREA 1

RUSSELL, Pa. – TerryLee Talasky scored four times to lead Eisenhower to a 4-1 win over visiting Forest Area.



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