Leader Times roundup: Kittanning girls soccer wins again
By Staff Reports
Published: Thursday, Sept. 26, 2013, 12:21 a.m.
A program that entered the season seeking its first win now has its second three-game winning streak.
Jordan Bozzelli made 10 saves to record the shutout for Kittanning's girls soccer team in a 2-0 nonsection win on the road Wednesday at St. Joseph (1-9-0).
Emily Knepshield and Kayly Lazaroff scored the goals for Kittanning (6-2-0), which secured its first winning season after the program was restarted last year.
Kittanning 228, Ford City 270 — Bridgette Flanagan led all players with a 54 to send Kittanning to a Section 1-AA win at Kittanning Country Club.
Morgan Joseph (57), Natalie Foster (58) and Sydney Schaffer (59) rounded out the scores for the Wildcats (3-10, 3-7). Jalana Sigler led Ford City with a 57.
Section doubles tournament — All Armstrong teams exited in the quarterfinals or earlier at the Section 4-AA doubles tournament.
Kittanning's Hailey Bigley and Sarah McClafferty won their first-round match, 10-7, and lost, 10-1, to eventual runners-up Lucy Bujdos and Megan Clawson of Indiana in the quarterfinals.
Also for Kittanning, Emily Fries and Bailey Dunmire beat Ford City's Sarah Trego and Emily Gribik, 10-0, in the first round before falling in the quarterfinals to a team from Burrell.
Ford City's Miranda Lasher and Irene Hooks received a bye but lost to a Valley duo of Hannah Albright and Megan Hill in the quarterfinals.
West Shamokin's Laisa Lord and Danielle Blatt also lost to Albright and Hill in the first round, and the Wolves' Dawnelle Ion and Kelsey Altman were eliminated by a Indiana duo.
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