Herald Sports Staff
MERCER COUNTY —
Led by Mercer High’s Nate Guiler, 9 Region 1 golfers qualified for the upcoming District 10 Championships, Oct. 9 at Grove City Country Club.
At Tam O’Shanter Golf Course on Wednesday, Guiler garnered a medalist round of 81.
Guiler was followed by Jamestown’s Ronnie Meals and Greenville’s Daniel Addison, 82; Greenville’s Kendal King and Kennedy Catholic’s Jacob Wilson, 83; Jamestown’s Keamus Schuhlen and Greenville’s Bryar Wentling, 84, and Greenville’s Chad Ferguson and Lakeview’s Casey Greggs, 85. Lakeview’s Sam Magargee’s 86 earned him a berth as an alternate.
The remainder of Wednesday’s field included: Nick Deitrich (Greenville) and Ryan Sherbondy and Wes McDonald (Reynolds), 87; John McGonigle (Kennedy Catholic) and Travis Reese (Reynolds), 88; Jake Reaugh (Jamestown), 89; Paul Spondike (Kennedy Catholic), and Jacob Reimold and Zack Taylor (Reynolds), 90; Teddy Haaz (Kennedy Catholic) and Peter Timashenka (Mercer), 93;
Mark Peters (Mercer) 94; Jonas Reaugh (Jamestown), 95; Colton McCright (Greenville), 97, and Keith Kepner (Lakeview), 103.
ä Kennedy Catholic 5, Sharpsville 2 — At McCullough Run, South Pymatuning Twp., the visiting Lady Golden Eagles (2-2 region 3-5 overall) earned the road win.
Keying Kennedy was Monica Riggle’s pair of goals. Also, Anna Benson, Alyson Derrick and Tawney Godfrey garnered goals for KC and keeper Shelby McElhinny made 16 saves. Grace Izenas, Benson, Riggle and Hennessy Zolnier were credited with assists, also.
For Sharpsville (1-2-1, 2-5-1), Rose Stoyer, assisted by Aislinn Frazier, and Ashley Hall, assisted by Stoyer, scored for Sharpsville. Goalkeeper Megan Whalen made 7 saves, also.
ä Wilmington 4, West Middlesex 1 — At West Middlesex, the visiting Lady Hounds harvested the road win as Anna Hartwell and Kyler Lum tallied twice apiece. Lum and Madison Huff had assists for Wilmington (4-0 region, 4-4 overall).
Shae Romain, assisted by Delaney David and Searra McElrath, scored for West Middlesex (0-4, 2-6-1), while goalkeeper Mackenzie Thompson made 13 saves.
JV: Wilmington, 3-1
ä Franklin 3, Grove City 1 — With Grove City (5-4) dominating field play on Tuesday, the Franklin Knights converted 60 percent of their shots on goal to defeat the Eagles Tuesday.
Colton Byers, Logan Mooney and Ty Mooney scored for the Knights. Alex Boarts scored for the Eagles.
Grove City registered 38 offensive attacks to 14 by Franklin. The Eagles had the edge in corner kicks (5-2) and shots-on-goal (10-5). Noah Jones made 8 saves for Franklin; Grove City goalie Jed Grimm stopped 2 shots.
ä Slippery Rock 1, Sharon 0 — On Tuesday at Tiger Stadium, Cole McCandless’ 1st-half goal, assisted by Aaron Gercken, accounted for the match’s lone score. Goalkeeper Zach Latorre made 3 saves for Slippery Rock; Vince Shaffer 4 for Sharon.
ä Sharpsville 3, Lakeview 0 — At Stoneboro, the visiting Blue Darlings defeated Lakeview, 25-10, 25-15, 25-12.
Sharpsville: Paige Scurpa 16 points, 12 kills; Megan Davis 7 points, 5 kills, 5 digs; Rachel D’Auria 5 kills; Alex Ferrara 13 poitns, 6 digs; Kristen Scurpa 7 kills, 25 assists. Lakeview (3-3): Taylor Reed 15 assists; Tia Ray 7 digs, 7 kills; Rachel McKean 9 kills. JV: Sharpsville, 25-20, 22-25, 15-5.
Sharpsville skipper Scott Scurpa noted his Blue Darlings (6-0) will host Conneaut Area today at approximately 7 p.m. (following the 6 p.m. JV match).
Conneaut — a merger of Linesville, Conneaut Lake and Conneaut Valley — is ranked 8th in the state in Class AA, while Sharpsville is rated 3rd in A, Scurpa said. Last year as Linesville, the Lady Lions won the PIAA Class A championship.
“We’re looking forward to the challenge of playing a high-caliber team, and I’m hoping the girls come out ready to take on that challenge,” Scurpa said.
ä Jamestown stats (from Tuesday’s match): Alexis Goodlin 12 serving points, 6 assists; Isabella Greenawalt 8 blocks, 8 kills, 6 passes, 9 points; Kaitlin Cook 9 points; MacKenzie Adams 15 passes; Natalie Foltz 7 points; Nicole McElhaney 8 passes; Sam McLaughlin 8 assists.