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Scotties beaten by Highlanders

| Saturday, Sept. 25, 2004

Jonathan Carlisle and Chris Sibert each scored a pair of touchdowns as host McGuffey toppled Southmoreland 28-14 in Interstate Conference action. Carlisle opened the scoring with a 12-yard burst in the first quarter, but the Scotties tied when Jesse McKnight rushed in from four yards out in the second quarter. Dave Bambrey added the first of two extra points to make it 7-7.

The Highlands went back out in front when Sibert scored on a 53-yard run. Then in the third, Carlisle took one in from eight yards out to make it 21-7.

The Scotties got back in it when Zach Lambing pushed one in from a yard out.

However, in the fourth quarter, Sibert finished it off with a 64-yard run with just under two minutes remaining in the game.

Nick Mains led Southmoreland with 60 rushing yards on 10 carries. Tom McIntyre threw for 64 yards.

The Scotties (0-3, 0-5) host Greensburg Central Catholic on Friday.

Girls Tennis

Section 5-AAA

TJ 4, CAHS 1

Megan Parsons won at third singles as she beat Tracy Provins 5-7, 6-2, 7-5, but the Lady Falcons were defeated at Thomas Jefferson.

At first singles, the Lady Jaguars' Julie Pagozzi topped Lauren Hartz 6-1, 6-0 while Kelly Haddad defeated Lindsey Weimer 6-4, 6-3.

In first doubles, Amanda Nikolich and Kayla Polick beat Miranda Hughes and Amy Lucas 7-6 (7-5), 6-2. The second doubles match went to Justin Bailey and Danielle Pack as they knocked off Amanda Stout and Kristen Pletcher.

Boys Golf


LH 210, SHS 215

Jason Sinsley shot a 37 while Tom Beal added a 38, but the Scotties were defeated by Laurel Highlands. Nick Hoburn and Josh Hodgkiss each tallied a 44 while Nate Hoburn posted a 52 for Southmoreland (5-3, 5-6).

Chris Bonchosky carded a 40 to lead Laurel Highlands.

Girls Soccer

SHS 4, Carmichaels 0

Brianna Conty scored two goals while Audrey Graft and Paige Hamrock each tallied once as the Lady Scotties beat Carmichaels. Jen Santmyer was the winning goalie.

Junior High Football

East 14, Yough 12

The Connellsville Junior High East ninth grade football team defeated Yough on Thursday.

Junior High Soccer

C'ville 3, Indiana 0

Kylee Heck scored two goals while Lacie Rosensteel also added a goal and picked up an assist as the Connellsville junior high girls soccer team beat Indiana on Thursday. Jessica Ohler earned the shutout in goal.

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