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Last week at Penns Valley and Bellefonte

Last week in Centre County

Cross Country

The Penns Valley girls cross country team lost their first meet of the season to Hollidaysburg 24-31 at Hollidaysburg.   The PV girls placed as follows:   3rd     Alyssa Limbaugh      22:06 5th     Rebecca Bierly         22:07 6th     Malarie Yoder           22:50 7th     Mackenzie Wenrick  22:51 11th   Haley Brown             24:07 18th   Abby DuVall             29:43

Girls soccer

On October 6, the Penns Valley girls soccer team defeated Central 1-0. The Rams out shot Central 25-15 and tied in corners at five. Penns Valley keeper Kylie Orndorf tallied 14 and Central’s Maddie Bartek collected 16. At the 10-minute mark Destiny Andrus picked up a pass from Valerie Kubalak for the game’s only score. “It wasn’t a pretty game but I’ll take any win on a small, rough field,” said Penns Valley coach Jeff Smucker. “The defense did a nice job to earn another shutout and to keep the leading goal scorer in the league out of the net.” —————————————————————————————————— On October 8th, the Penns Valley girls tied Huntingdon at home in a double overtime thriller 0-0. Huntingdon held the advantage on shots on goal 16-14. The Rams led on corner kicks by a 5-3 margin. Kylie Orndorf had a game high 12 saves while Charlotte Yelnosky had seven. “This was a hard fought game for the whole 100 minutes. Both teams had opportunities to score and it was an exciting game to watch,” said Jeff Smucker. “Huntingdon always hustles and we just weren’t quite quick enough to take the shot on some of our scoring opportunities. _______________________________________________________________

Girls volleyball

Central beat PV 3-1. The Dragons tallied wins of 26-24; 22-25; 25-17; 25-16. Leading the Rams were Julia Kocher – 24 digs, 2 aces and Kayla Bracken – 22 kills. ———————————————————————————————————- On October 9th, Huntingdon blanked Penns Valley 3-0. The scores were 25-18; 25-20; 25-13. _______________________________________________________________

Boys soccer

Penns Valley upped its record 4-9-2 on the year when the Rams defeated Central 4-0. The Rams led in shots in goal by a 14-5 margin.  Penns Valley Tiger Welch collected 5 saves. Central’s Cullen Gahagan 10 Central held the corners advantage by 3-2 . Ryan Riegel collected the first goal at the 13:20, giving the Rams a 1-0 lead. At the 21:09 mark Penns Valley’s Stephen Gover picked up a shot by Robert Stattel, upping the lead to 2-0. When a 2-0 advantage, the Rams’ Gino Nicosia upped the lead to 3-0 at the 28:52 mark. Ending the scoring for Penns Valley was John Statham with an assist from Gino Nicosia. ________________________________________________________________

Junior High Soccer

The Bellefonte Jr. high Girls soccer team revenged an earlier defeat to Penns Valley with a 2-1 victory last night.  Bellefonte got on the board early when a cross by Kara Bates went through the hands of the Lady Rams keeper and Harley Stahlman was there to put it in the back of the net.  Penns Valley tied the game up midway through the first half when Olia Forman was assisted by Hannah Montminy.  The game remained tied until Mallorie Smith weaved her way down the center of the field and blasted a shot from 25 yards out that sailed over the hands of the keeper. With the Victory, Bellefonte is 8-3-1 and next plays Mifflin County in the last home game of the year on Wednesday.   The Bellefonte Jr High Girls Soccer team played Mifflin County on Wednesday night.  Just one minute into the contest Harley Stahlman found the back of the net off a cross from Ashley Bell.  The early lead was not enough as the Lady Huskies found the back of the net twice in the last ten minutes for the 2-1 victory. The loss puts them at 8-4-1 on the season with only three games remaining.

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