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Sept. 8 Fall Sports Roundup (Volleyball & Soccer)

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Volleyball

REDBANK VALLEY 3, VENANGO CATHOLIC 0

Redbank beat Venango Catholic in 3 sets tonight: 25-3, 25-6, 25-4. Becca Dougherty had an 18 point serving streak in the 2nd set to finish the set. She also had 7 aces and 9 kills for the night. Hannah Adams had a 19 point serving streak in the 3rd set with 9 aces. Emilee Kunselman had 5 aces and 16 assists.

Boys’ Soccer

Brockway 3, St. Marys 0 

Brockway boys won 3-0 over St. Marys last night. Carter Adams, Jarrett Esposito, and Zane Puhala scored for the Rovers. It was Zane’s first career goal. Assists went to Zane Puhala, Carter Adams, and Anthony Esposito. Austin Moore recorded the shut-out for Brockway.

Northern Potter 6, North Penn Liberty 1

Northern Potter faced off against North Penn Liberty for the second time in less than 1 week following the consolation game of the Galeton tournament. The Panthers put on an impressive display on the offensive side of the field with multiple players contributing to the 6-1 victory. The Panthers were led by Tucker Kosa and Mackenzie (Mack) Potter who both put two goals apiece in the net. Also scoring were Conner Freeman with 1 goal and 3 assists and Levi Kio with 1 goal and 1 assist. Helping contribute to the offensive attack were Rebecca Morgan and Austin Outman with one assist each. Holden Cowburn and Frank Gardner both had 1 save each for the Panthers in the net. The Panthers now prepare for their next match against Troy on Thursday (9/10/15) at home.

GIRLS’ SOCCER

Smethport 3, Kane 2

The Kane Lady Wolves soccer team kicked off the season on Tuesday night against the rival Smethport Hubbers. Coming into the game both sides knew the contest would be tight as last year’s two meetings were both decided by one goal. Action went back and forth, and both teams displayed some early rust in the season opener. With approximately ten minutes remaining in the first half the Lady Wolves were able to get on the board. Tori Schleicher and Sydney Huntzinger were able to work the ball down field, and Kennedy Detsch was able to put in the rebound shot. The Lady Wolves had a 1-0 halftime lead. The Lady Hubbers came out in a fury as they scored two goals in the opening five minutes of the second half but Tori Schleicher from Kane answered with a goal of her own to tie the score. Play was intense down the stretch, and there were scoring opportunities for both teams. A free kick was awarded to the Hubbers with just under two minutes remaining and Smethport senior Alexis Horning was able to find the back of the net for the game winner. First year players Caitlyn O’Hara, Raejonna Pascarella, Ally Peterson, Sydney Huntzinger, and Laurel West all saw valuable time for the Lady Wolves. Coach Mosier and Coach Johnson were pleased with the effort from the team. When it comes down to one goal at the end it is a tough way to lose but that happens in the game of soccer. Kane will be back in action on Thursday afternoon as they travel to Keystone.

Redbank Valley 8, Keystone 0

See box score on MaxPreps.com



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