BOYS CROSS COUNTRY
North Clarion takes top four spots
PAINT TWP. The North Clarion boys' cross country team took the first four spots in the Wolves' meet against Clarion Sept. 14.
Kaine McFarland led the way for North Clarion finishing first overall with a time of 19:17.
The Wolves' Aiden Thomas finished second followed by Gabriel Fair in third and Dane Sliker in fourth. North Clarion's Braden Custer finished seventh to round out the top ten for North Clarion.
Clarion which only had three runners was paced by Ryan Alston's fifth place finish. The Bobcats' Ben Lambert was sixth followed by Owen Wilson in ninth.
Cranberry 15, Keystone 50
SENECA Host Cranberry took the top eight spots as the Berries downed Keystone 15-50 in a KSAC dual meet Sept. 14.
Jon Hansford led the Panthers with an eighth place finish. Keystone's Tyler Pheiff was 10th followed by Josiah Hansford in 13th. The Panthers' Drew Custer and Caden Buzzard finished 14th and 16th, respectively.
GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY
North Clarion wins uncontested match
PAINT TWP. North Clarion's Brynn Siegel finished first with a time of 22:07 in a KSAC dual meet at Clarion.
The Wolves' Jordyn Hendrickson finished second followed by Kayla Aaron, Emily McCaslin and Paige Hetrick.
Clarion did not have any varsity runners competing in the event.
Cranberry 15, Keystone 50
SENECA Cranberry took the top eight spots as the Berries upended visiting Keystone 15-50 in a KSAC dual meet Sept. 14.
Samantha Heller led the Panthers with an eighth place finish while Keystone's Viola Viollori was ninth and Noelle Booth was 10th. Keystone's Karen Hileman was 11th and Carly Smith was 13th.
Kerle leads Clarion to another Megamatch win
FOXBURG Clarion's Kam Kerle shot a 41 to earn medalist honors and helped pace the Bobcats to a team win at the sixth Megamatch of the season held at Foxburg Country Club Sept. 13.
Clarion's Devon Lauer finished second carding a 42 while McKayla Kerle and Owen Kriebel tied for eighth shooting matching 45s.
Clarion topped second place Moniteau 219-234.
Clarion-Limestone finished fourth in the team standings with Brady Fowkes shooting a 49 while Rylie Klingensmith and Nick Aaron shot a 51 and 52, respectively.
Keystone finished fifth overall with Tanner Vickers and Tyler Weaver each shooting a 50.
Forest Area's Keyon Custer finished in seventh place with a 44 while Zeelan Hargenrader carded a 46.
Max Southworth paced A-C Valley/Union with a 51.
Moniteau wins KSAC Megamatch
FOXBURG Moniteau had the top three golfers as the warriors won the KSAC Megamatch at Foxburg Sept. 14.
A-C Valley/Union's Evie Bliss shot a 60 while her teammate Cora Weigle shot a 77.
Molly Ellenberger led Keystone with a 67 while Paige Matthews shot a 74.
Keystone 3, Karns City 0
KNOX Keystone's Jozee Weaver collected 12 kills and six points with two aces to help the Panthers to a 25-23, 25-16, 25-23 win over visiting Karns City in KSAC play Sept. 14.
Alyssa Weaver chimed in with 15 assists and 14 points with three aces for Keystone while Emma Gruber made 14 digs at libero.
The Panthers were without four starters due to COVID-19 issues.
Clarion-Limestone 3, Venango Catholic 0
OIL CITY Clarion-Limestone's Celia Shaffer totaled eight kills as the visiting Lions swept to a 25-16, 25-15, 25-14 win over Venango Catholic in KSAC play Sept. 14.
Kendal Dunn had 25 assists for C-L.
Union 3, Cranberry 0
RIMERSBURG Union's Dominika Logue amassed eight kills, five digs and two aces to help the Golden Damsels to a 25-23, 25-17, 25-21 win over visiting Cranberry in a KSAC tilt Sept. 14.
Hailey Kriebel chimed in with five kills for Union while Kennedy Vogle posted 10 digs and four aces.
Redbank Valley 3, Brookville 0
BROOKVILLE Redbank Valley's Alivia Huffman posted eight kills to help lead the visiting Bulldogs to a 25-18, 25-22, 25-23 win over Brookville in non-conference play.
Taylor Ripple had four kills and two blocks for Redbank Valley while Caylen Rearick and Abby Young had 23 and 10 digs, respectively. The Bulldogs' Lilly Shaffer passed out 15 assists.
Keystone 3, Venango Catholic 0
KNOX Keystone's Sydney Bell and Leah Exley combined for 16 kills to help the Panthers to a 25-19, 25-5, 25-11 win over visiting Venango Catholic in KSAC play Sept. 13.
Bell and Exley both had eight kills with Bell also serving for nine points.
Kennedy Kaye served for 11 points with five aces while making eight digs for Keystone while Alyssa Weaver dished out 12 assists.
Oil City 3, Union 1
OIL CITY Union's Kennedy Vogle served for 11 aces but it wasn't enough as the visiting Golden Damsels fell to Oil City 25-18, 23-25, 24-26, 26-28 in non-conference play Sept. 13.
Vogle also had 13 digs while Hailey Kriebel and Dominika Logue each had 10 kills each with Kriebel serving for five aces while Logue had 10 digs and four aces.
Keira Copley had 12 assists for Union.
Karns City 3, Clarion-Limestone 1
KARNS CITY Karns City built a 3-0 lead in the second half and held on for a 3-1 win over visiting Clarion-Limestone Sept. 13.
Wyatt Borden had the Lions' lone goal.
Brookville 2, Redbank Valley 1
NEW BETHLEHEM Visiting Brookville netted two first half goals on the way to a 2-1 win over Redbank Valley Sept. 13.
Alexandra Shoemaker had the Bulldogs only goal off an assist from Ember Hetrick.