Clarion spikers sweep Karns City

KSAC roundup


Clarion 3, Karns City 0

KARNS CITY The Clarion duo of Kaitlyn Constantino and Korrin Burns combined for 16 kills to help the visiting Bobcats to a 25-12, 25-14, 25-7 win over Karns City in KSAC play Sept. 10.

Constantino and Burns each had eight kills with Constantino serving for 13 points.

Brenna Campbell served for 12 points with three aces, made 24 assists and three digs for Clarion while Maddie Schill amassed eight points, six digs and four aces. Payton Simko totaled four kills, four digs and four points for the Bobcats while Aryana Girvan totaled three kills and four points with three aces.

A-C Valley 3, North Clarion 0

FOXBURG A-C Valley's Meah Ielase totaled 19 points with five aces and four kills to help the Falcons to a 25-7, 25-5, 25-10 win over visiting North Clarion in a KSAC clash Sept. 10.

Hannah Farrington added 17 points with two aces and three kills for the Falcons while Mia Sherman amassed 11 points with three aces and five kills. Andrea Meals contributed six kills for the Falcons while Emily Wetzel totaled six assists, four digs and four kills. Tarra Steffanacci posted nine digs and nine assists.

Redbank Valley 3, Forest Area 0

MARIENVILLE Redbank Valley's Tara Hinderliter picked up 14 assists and seven points to help the Bulldogs to a 25-9, 25-10, 25-9 win over Forest Area in KSAC play Sept. 10.

Brianna Minich and Becca Kunselman each served for four aces for Redbank Valley while Riley Pago had six points with three aces and two kills.

Union 3, Venango Catholic 0

OIL CITY Union's Dominika Logue posted 10 kills to help the visiting Golden Damsels to a 25-8, 25-22, 25-9 win over Venango Catholic in a KSAC tilt Sept. 10.

Drew Davis had 23 points for Union.

Redbank Valley 3, Keystone 1

KNOX Redbank Valley's Lauren Smith piled up 11 kills; a block and an ace to help the visiting Bulldogs to a 15-25, 25-20, 25-16, 25-17 win over Keystone in KSAC play Sept. 9.

Taylor King added 10 kills, three blocks and an ace for the Bulldogs while Becca Kunselman had five kills and five aces and Kiana Shreckengost totaled four kills and three blocks. Tara Hinderliter had 36 assists for Redbank Valley.

Leah Exley paced the Panthers with four blocks and 13 points with five aces while Alyssa Dunlap made 11 kills. McKenna Kaye chimed in with eight kills and 16 assists while Alexandria Johnson totaled 16 assists and eight points.

A-C Valley 3, Brookville 2

FOXBURG A-C Valley's Mia Sherman made 17 kills to help the Falcons to a rally from a 2-1 deficit on the way to a 25-23, 26-28, 18-25, 25-21, 15-12 win over Brookville in non-conference play Sept. 9.

Meah Ielase added 13 kills for A-C Valley while Andrea Meals posted nine kills.

Emily Wetzel totaled six kills, 27 assists and 32 digs for the Falcons.

DuBois Central Catholic 3, Union 1

RIMERSBURG Union's Dominika Logue totaled 15 kills but it wasn't enough as the Golden Damsels were downed by visiting DuBois Central Catholic 25-21, 25-19, 23-25, 25-15 Sept. 9 in non-conference play.

Kiera Zitzman added 11 assists for Union.


Clarion sweeps Karns City

PAINT TWP. Clarion's Nathaniel Lerch and Bella Scott won the boys' and girls' races, respectively, to help the Bobcats boys' and girls' teams sweep Karns City in KSAC action Sept. 10.

The Clarion boys' won 15-47 while the girls' took a 25-30 win.

Lerch won the boys' race with a time of 18:23. The Bobcats' Don Cunningham was second while Gavin Hoover was third, Nick Frederick was fourth and Kaegan Phillips was fifth.

Clarion-Limestone's Braden Rankin and Corbin Coulson finished seventh and ninth, respectively. The Lions did not have enough runners to qualify for the team event.

Scott finished the girls' race with a time of 23:36. Clarion's Grace Adams finished fourth while Aaliyah Dittman was fifth, Abi Frederick was 11th and Alli Stivason was 12th.

C-L's Jessica McCracken and Megan McNaughton finished second and third, respectively. The Lions' did not have enough runners to qualify for the team standings.

A-C Valley sweeps Moniteau

WEST SUNBURY A-C Valley's boys' and girls' cross country teams squeezed out wins over Moniteau in KSAC action Sept. 10.

In the boys' race, the Falcons had four runners place in the top ten led by Doug Huffman's second place effort as A-C Valley downed the Warriors 28-28 in a tiebreaker. Jacob McElhoes added a fourth place finish for the Falcons while Gavin Marsh was seventh and Joey Morrison was ninth. Anthony Palmer's 10th place finish put the Falcons over the top.

In the girls' race, Alayna Ford finished third overall to help the Falcons to a 25-35 win.

A-C Valley's Avah Burke finished fourth while Hailey Theuret was fifth, Drew Whitcomb was sixth and Delilah McBride was seventh.

North Clarion girls sweep triangular

SENECA North Clarion's Nicole Fair finished in second place to help the Wolves to a sweep of Cranberry and Brockway in a triangular meet Sept. 10.

North Clarion downed the Berries 24-37 and upended the Rovers by a 15-50 score.

Kayla Aaron added a fourth place finish for the Wolves while Katie Bauer was fifth, Claire Kriebel was sixth and Addison Shaftic was seventh.

In the boys' race, North Clarion's Jacob Bauer finished third as the Wolves split with Cranberry and Brockway. North Clarion fell to the Berries 18-45 but downed the Rovers 27-29.

Ryan Parrett finished 14th for North Clarion while Kaine McFarland was 15th, Aaron Lencer was 22nd and Austin Eaton was 23rd.


Craig's low round paces Clarion to Megamatch win

RENO Clarion's Josh Craig fired a 41 to help the Bobcats to a first place finish in the team standings at the KSAC Megamatch held a Wanango Country Club Sept. 10.

Clarion had five golfers finish the top 10 as the Bobcats posted a team score of 226.

Clarion's Kyle Porciello shot a 44 while Lake Staub shot a 45. Jackson Fox logged a 47 for the Bobcats while Mitch Geiger shot a 49.

Clarion-Limestone finished in third place with Kaden Park shooting a 43 while Hayden Siegel posted a 46.


Clarion 3, Forest Area 3 (2OT)

CLARION Clarion freshman Anna Gribik posted a hat trick as the Bobcats and Forest Area played to a 3-3, two-overtime tie Sept. 10.

Shawna Pack, Olivia Siegel and Mackenzie Bauer each had a goal for Forest Area.

Abby Gatesman had 12 saves for the Fires.