Daily Courier roundup: Mt. Pleasant's Bradley advances to consolation finals
By Staff Reports
Published: Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2013, 10:21 p.m.
Mt. Pleasant tennis player Taylor Bradley won twice in the Section 1-AA singles tournament Wednesday.
Bradley will play in the consolation final at 1 p.m. Thursday at the Mt. Pleasant High School courts.
Bradley began the tournament by beating Jeannette's Laura McCarthy, 10-0, then followed with a 10-2 victory over Brownsville's Angela Braznock.
Bradley lost to Greensburg Central Catholic's Michaela Kluska in the semifinals.
Mt. Pleasant's Paige Hertzog lost in the first round to Derry's Jill Orazio, 10-3.
Also in the 1-AA tournament, Southmoreland's Marissa Luden and Justina Jacquillard were beaten in the first round.
In 1-AAA, Connellsville's Nicole Carnes and Kasey McIntosh each fell in the first round of singles play.
Southmoreland 2, Waynesburg 0 — Alex Kitta and Paige Weaver each scored a goal as the Scotties (3-2, 2-1) notched a Section 1-AA victory over host Waynesburg.
Emily Burkhart was in goal and got the shutout for Southmoreland.
Latrobe 9, Connellsville 0 — Ava Petrosky and Claudia Torillo each scored twice as the host Wildcats (4-0-1, 1-0-1) beat the Falcons (2-3, 0-3) in Section 1-AAA.
Yough 3, Mt. Ple asant 0 — Shawna Baken scored two goals as the Cougars defeated the host Vikings (3-2, 2-1) in Section 1-AA.
Mt. Pleasant 207, Ford City 266 — Gabbi Keefer shot a 46, and Megan McCalmont was next with a 49 as the Vikings (5-2, 5-1) beat host Ford City in a Section 1-AA match. Haley Brothers shot a 55, and Aubrie Beranek added a 57.
Jalana Sigler had the best score for the Lancers with a 55.
Belle Vernon 215, Connellsville 225 — Michael Librani shot a low round of 38 as the Leopards (6-5, 6-2) tallied a Section 2-AAA win over visiting Connellsville.
Jonathan Grinko paced the Falcons (3-6, 3-5) with a 42, followed by Tyler McFadden with a 44. Tanner Kirsch notched a 45. Colt Miller scored a 46 and Ryan Burkholder added a 48.
Charleroi 225, Southmoreland 243 — Josh McCue and Brock Grabiak each shot a 47 and Corey Schafer posted a 49, but the visiting Scotties (2-7) were beaten in a nonsection match.
Phil Lockhart and Zach Stefan each shot a 50. Chris Schaun and Zach Nabozny led the Cougars (7-2) with a 40.
Yough 220, Frazier 238 — Josh Miller and Blair Elliott each shot a 46 and Annika Erdely and Mark Dillon each carded a 48, but the Commodores (4-4, 4-3) lost a Section 2-AA match to host Yough. Hunter Clay shot a 50.
Matt Harvey led the Cougars with a 41.
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