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Fall Sports Report

September 26, 2012

Fall Sports Report: A roundup of action from Sept. 25

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NEW CASTLE — Mohawk sweeps

The Lady Warriors defeated Neshannock and Union, both by 15-50 scores, and South Side Beaver by a 26-31 count.

Breyonna Wagner finished second for Mohawk in 23:46 and Mackenzie Moon followed in fourth in 24:44. Katelyn Byers placed fifth in 25:33, Joelle Bromley was seventh in 26:31 and Danielle Kelty claimed eighth in 26:43.

No girls participated for Neshannock.

Mohawk’s Ali Bredl won the junior high race in 12:03 and Neshannock’s Hanna Shaner was sixth in 12:42.

Lady Wildcats win two

Shenango’s Katie Bruce won the race against Beaver and Riverside in a time of 21:59.

Rachel Reamer placed fourth in 22:38 for the Lady Wildcats and teammate Courtney Fontana was fifth, also in 22:38.

Shenango beat Beaver (19-41) and Riverside (19-44).

The Lady Wildcats Brooke-Ellynne Waters won the junior high race, but no time was available.

Lady ’Canes lose

New Castle dropped a 18-45 decision to West Allegheny.

Andrea Lansdowne placed third in 22:33 and teammate Rebecca Paul was ninth in 24:28.

Rachel McNickle took 10th in 25:30 for New Castle, Natalie DeVincentis was 14th in 27:12 and Vanessa Turner took 15th in 28:12.

There was no junior high race.

Boys golf

Villani cards 34


Lucas Villani notched a one-under 34 to lead Shenango to a 191-200 Section 5, Division 2 victory over Neshannock at Sylvan Heights Golf Course. The win lifted the Wildcats into the WPIAL playoffs as well.

Matt DeAngelo delivered a 36 for the Wildcats (9-1, 10-2) and Darren Carone added a 39. Rocco Fiorill was next with a 40 and Tyler Settle chipped in with a 42.

“It was a big match for both teams,” Shenango coach John Dado said. “We have two matches left and if we win the next two we’ll be section champs.

“I thought Villani played real well. That was key for us. He was hitting the ball a lot better. Even Carone had a great round for us.”

Matt Cioffi paced the Lancers (8-2) with a 37 and Mike Maciarello contributed a 38. Max Watters supplied a 40, Marcus Giangiuli tallied a 42 and Marissa Kirkwood contributed a 43.

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