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Vikings, Scotties pick up soccer wins

| Tuesday, Sept. 28, 2010

Jordan Toohey and Ashley Formato each scored three goals as the Mt. Pleasant girls soccer team stayed undefeated with an 8-1 victory over Uniontown in Section 1-AA.

Emily Brady and Elaina Fearer each scored a goal for the Vikings (9-0, 6-0). Anna Riddle earned the victory in goal.

» Southmoreland 3, Yough 1 -- Andrea Wisniewski scored twice, and Alyssa Argento scored once as the Scotties (7-1, 6-0) picked up a Section 1-AA win over Yough. The winning keeper was Shelby Hawkins.

Boys golf

» Mt. Pleasant 192, Ringgold 225 -- Zac Heide shot a 35, and Andrew Raffensperger fired a 37 as the Vikings (8-4, 7-4) beat Ringgold (3-9, 2-8) in Division I, Section 2 action. Ryan Bull carded a 38, followed by Andy Yoder with a 40 and Mark Polcha with a 42.

Nick Feld paced the Rams with a 43.

» Southmoreland 220, Jeannette 238 -- Brandon Yuhouse shot a 42, and Zac Black was next with a 43 as the Scotties defeated Jeannette in Division II, Section 2 action. Zac Ripple, Nick Wells and Aaron Van Fleet each shot a 45.

Brandon Howe and Matt Scherff each shot a 43 for the Jayhawks.

» Greensburg Central Catholic 214, Geibel 216 -- Erik Franken and Brady Wargofchik each shot a 42 as the Centurions (7-4, 6-2) nipped the Gators (3-6, 3-5) in Division II, Section 2.

Geibel's Mike Spegar had the best score with a 37. Ryan Robson shot a 40 and Mike Noonan tallied a 44. Ryan Lucostic shot a 45 and Jace Blout posted a 50.

Girls golf

» Mt. Pleasant 203, Derry 228 -- Morgan Shields shot a 45, and Megan Seibel shot a 51 as the Vikings (8-3, 6-2) beat Derry in a Division II, Section 1 match. Caroline Homulka shot a 52, and Joscelyn Surma added a 55.

Sara Kovac led Derry with a 51.

Freshmen football

» Canon-McMillan 34, Connellsville 14 -- J.R. Blocker caught a 25-yard touchdown pass from Evan Onusko, and Chris Russell scored on a 1-yard run, but Connellsville (1-2) lost to visiting Canon-McMillan. Trent Bauer kicked two extra points for Connellsville.

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