Bauer and Bauer pace North Clarion harriers
Jacob Bauer wins boys' race; Katie Bauer finishes first in girls' race
FRILLS CORNERS North Clarion's Jacob Bauer and Katie Bauer each took first in the boys' and girls' races, respectively, to help North Clarion to a sweep of Karns City in a KSAC dual meet Oct. 1.
Jacob Bauer finished with a time of 18:38 to pace the Wolves to a 17-43 win.
North Clarion took the first four spots in the race with Kaine McFarland taking second while Braden Custer was third and Aaron Lencer was fourth. The Wolves' Zack Hawk was seventh to round out the top five for North Clarion.
Katie Bauer logged a time of 22:50 to win the girls' race and help the Wolves to a 15-50 win over the Gremlins.
North Clarion took the first eight spots in the race. The Wolves' Jordyn Hendrickson was second while Kayla Aaron was third, Nicole Fair was fourth and Rachel Bauer was fifth.
Lerch and Scott post wins
KNOX Clarion's Nathaniel Lerch won the boys' race while Bella Scott took the top spot in the girls' race at a KSAC triangular meet Oct. 1.
Lerch won the boys' race with a time of 19:36.
There was no team scoring in the meet since Keystone did not have enough runners while Clarion and Clarion-Limestone had met earlier in the year.
Gavin Hoover added a second place finish for the Bobcats while Kaegan Phillips was fourth, Nick Frederick was fifth and Nate Datko was sixth.
Braden Rankin finished third to lead the Lions' runners while Nate Megan was 11th, Cody Whitling was 12th, Corbin Coulson was 13th and Brandon Smith was 14th.
Quincy Hannold was seventh to lead the Panthers' runners. Conrad Lloyd finished eighth for Keystone while Josiah Hansford was ninth and Caleb Pfeff was 18th.
Scott won the girls' race with a time of 25:15.
There was no team scoring held in the girls' race since neither C-L nor Keystone had enough runners.
Grace Adams added a fifth place finish for the Bobcats while Aaliyah Dittman was sixth, Abi Frederick was eighth and Grace Schmader was ninth.
C-L was led by Jessica McCracken who finished second. Morgan McNaughton added a third place finish for the Lions.
Thea Haugh led the Panthers with a fourth place finish while Samantha Heller was seventh.
Berries sweep A-C Valley/Union
FOXBURG Visiting Cranberry had the top 12 finishers in the boys' race and the top four finishers in the girls' race as the Berries swept A-C Valley/Union in a KSAC tilt Oct. 1.
Doug Huffman led the A-C Valley/Union boys team with a 13th place finish.
In the girls' race, the Falcon Knights' Haley Theuret was fifth, Ava Burke was sixth and Drew Whitcomb was seventh.
A-C Valley 3, Clarion-Limestone 0
CLARION TWP. A-C Valley's Emily Wetzel amassed seven points with five aces, 11 digs and 10 assists to help the visiting Falcons to a 25-12, 25-13, 25-5 win over Clarion-Limestone in KSAC play Oct. 1.
Meah Ielase added five kills and 10 points with an ace for the Falcons while Andrea Meals posted six kills. Mia Sherman added five kills for A-C Valley while Tara Stefanacci served for 16 points with two aces.
Keystone 3, Moniteau 1
KNOX Keystone's Alexandria Johnston piled up 22 assists, 13 points with eight aces, six digs and three kills to help the Panthers to a 25-7, 24-26, 25-16, 25-13 win over visiting Moniteau in KSAC play Oct. 1.
Alyssa Dunlap chimed in with 11 kills and five points with four aces for Keystone while Ceayra Altman had 17 points with 10 aces, eight digs and six kills.
McKenna Kaye added 11 assists, nine kills, five digs and five points with two aces for the Panthers while Emma Burrows made 12 digs.
Redbank Valley 3, Union 0
NEW BETHLEHEM Redbank Valley's Becca Kunselman and Montana Hetrick combined for 14 kills to help the Bulldogs to a 25-15, 25-18, 25-21 win over visiting Union in KSAC play Oct. 1.
Hetrick had seven kills and four aces while Kunselman had seven kills.
Redbank Valley's Lauren Smith and Alivia Huffman each recorded five kills while Kiara Shreckengost made four kills. Tara Hinderliter passed out 26 assists while Brynn Rearick made 14 digs.
Morgan Cumberland had 10 assists for the Golden Damsels while Dominika Logue had five kills with two aces and Emma Pritchard served for three aces.
Brookville 3, North Clarion 0
BROOKVILLE Host Brookville swept its way to a 25-13, 25-12, 25-20 win over North Clarion in non-conference play Oct. 1.
Dylen Mealy had four blocks, two kills and three aces for the Wolves while Gabby Schmader made 12 digs.
Emily Aites had two kills, a block and seven points for North Clarion while Sara Aaron dished out 12 assists. Lily Parrish added four kills for the Wolves while Kylie Disney had six digs.
Keystone 3, Clarion-Limestone 1
CLARION TWP. - Keystone's McKenna Kayer provided 10 assists, nine points and seven digs to help the Panthers to a 25-21, 25-18, 23-25, 25-11 win over Clarion-Limestone in a KSAC tilt Sept. 30.
Alexandria Johnston added 16 points with four aces and 14 assists for Keystone while Leah Exley made nine kills, four blocks and nine points. Ceayra Altman added eight digs, seven points and five kills for the Panthers while Emma Burrows made 15 digs.
Karns City 3, North Clarion 1
FRILLS CORNERS Visiting Karns City broke a 1-1 tie by winning the final two games to take a 25-22, 21-25, 25-15, 25-16 win over North Clarion in KSAC play Sept, 30.
Gabby Schmader provided 15 digs, six points and two kills for the Wolves while Katie Burkett piled up seven points with three aces, three kills and three blocks. Lilly Parrish accumulated five points with two aces, three kills and two blocks for North Clarion.
Forest Area 10, Keystone 1
KNOX Forest Area's Abby Gatesman and MacKenzie Bauer each posted a hat trick to help the Fires to a 10-1 win over Keystone Oct. 1.
Gatesman also had two assists for Forest Area while Raegan Pack had a goal and an assist.
Jen Lander, Olivia Siegel and Penny Wagner each had a goal for the Fires while Faith Healy notched an assist.
Keystone 2, Forest Area 1
KNOX Keystone's Tye Elder recorded a goal in the 36th minute of the second half goal to break a 1-1 tie to help the Panthers to a 2-1 win over Forest Area Oct. 1.
Koby Buzard tallied the Panthers other goal.
Kaleb Wilbert had the Fires lone goal.
Braden Ochs made eight stops in net for the Fires.