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Westmoreland campus clippings: Jeannette grads help Lackawanna College to rout

Bill Beckner

A pair of Jeannette graduates led Lackawanna College (4-0) to a runaway victory.

Sophomore defensive back Robert Kennedy returned an interception 70 yards for a touchdown, and sophomore teammate Kareem Hall ran for 107 yards and two touchdowns in an 83-0 win over Erie Community College.

Hall, who transferred from Bowling Green, had 11 carries.

Kennedy’s stock is rising in the recruiting arena. He picked up an offer this week from St. Francis (Pa.), where another former Jeannette teammate, Gio Vonne Sanders, is a redshirt sophomore and a key defensive back.



Lafayette: Freshman John Gay IV (Penn-Trafford) ran for 74 yards on 13 carries in a 28-24 loss to Penn.

John Carroll: Sophomore defensive back Nate Leopold (Franklin Regional) had seven tackles and a pass breakup in a 37-14 loss to Mt. Union.

Saint Vincent: Senior Izaak Gray became the Bearcats’ all-time leader in sacks during a 49-14 loss to Carnegie Mellon. He had one sack — to go with seven tackles — and has 11 1/2 sacks in his career.

Seton Hill: Sophomore Darnell Carey was named PSAC West Special Teams Athlete of the Week after he returned a kickoff 92 yards for a touchdown against Slippery Rock.


Men’s soccer

Pitt-Greensburg: Junior Tyrell Dommes had a pair of goals to lead the Bobcats (2-6, 1-1) to a 3-2 win over Hilbert. Sophomore Dylan Willard (Southmoreland) also scored for UPG.


Women’s volleyball

Pitt-Greensburg: Sophomore Mackenzie Schropp (Penn-Trafford) had 19 kills, freshman Emma Halutick added 16 and sophomore Alexis Ray had 10 as UPG posted 3-0 wins over Alfred State and D’Youville in a tri-match.

Senior Emma Dongilli had 52 assists and seven service aces.

After a seven-game losing streak earlier in the season, the Bobcats (5-11, 2-0 AMCC) have won three straight.


Women’s tennis

Cincinnati: Sophomore Maria Santilli (Norwin) is 22-6 this season in singles play, including 7-0 in the No. 5 spot.


Women’s field hockey

Seton Hill: Senior midfielder Wynnsome Gadson scored twice, including the winner in overtime, as the Griffins won a 2-1 thriller against Frostburg State.


Men’s golf

Saint Vincent: Senior Brendan Shaughnessy was named PAC Golfer of the Week. He tied for third at the Peter C. Rossin Memorial Invitational with a 78, then was medalist with a 72 at the Westminster Invitational. He won on a scorecard playoff.

Bill Beckner Jr. is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Bill by email at [email protected] or via Twitter .

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