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October 8, 2013

Fall Sports: A roundup of action from October 7

NEW CASTLE — The Wilmington High girls tennis team closed the season on a positive note yesterday.

The Lady Greyhounds slipped past host Grove City in a District 10, Region 1-AA road match, 3-2. It was the final match of the season for Wilmington.

Alanna Elliott (No. 1) and Nikki McCown (No. 3) earned singles wins for the Lady Greyhounds (9-5 region, 9-5 overall). The doubles tandem of Taylor Cox/Allyson Krupa (No. 2) notched a victory as well.

“I can’t say that I’m too disappointed with the season,” Wilmington coach Jim Arrow said. “The girls worked hard.

“All in all, I’m pleased with the season. There was progress made, and as long as you’re making progress, that’s what counts.”

Elliott finished the season at 13-1. Her only loss came to an opponent from Hickory.

“Alanna had a great season for us and she played pretty well each match,” Arrow said.

Following are the results:

Wilmington 3, Grove City 2

SINGLES

1. Alanna Elliott (W) def. Claire Casalnova 6-4, 6-3.

2. Katie Kosick (GC) def. Alexis Donati 5-7, 6-0, 6-1.

3. Nikki McCown (W) def. Molly Somora 6-2, 2-6, 6-2.

DOUBLES

1. Morgan McCommon/Maddie Jazwinski (GC) def. Lydea Kraynak/Holly Vernon 6-4, 4-6, 6-4.

2. Taylor Cox/Allyson Krupa (W) def. Lauren Steele/Emily Krofcheck 3-6, 6-1, 6-2.

Girls soccer

Lady Warriors roll


Ayla Chapman scored two goals to lead Mohawk to a 4-0 Section 1-A home win over Quigley Catholic.

Mikala Mangino and Mackenzie Shaffer scored one goal apiece for the Lady Warriors (8-4, 9-6).

Mackenzie Moon and Katie Kingman recorded one assist apiece.

Aliya Gage made 22 saves to preserve the shutout.

Neshannock holds on

Annie Litrenta scored seven minutes into the game for the Lady Lancers and the goal held up in a 1-0 Section 1-A road win over Our Lady of the Sacred Heart.

Sydne Slingluff earned the assist on the goal.

It was the seventh shutout of the season for Neshannock (8-2-2, 9-2-3).

Wilmington cruises

Kyler Lum and Leann Wynder each recorded a hat trick as the Lady Greyhounds rolled to a 13-1 win over District 10, Region 1-A rival Kennedy Catholic.

Lum posted four goals and Wynder tallied three scores for host Wilmington (6-1, 6-5-1). Both players had an assist.

Mackenzie Smith chipped in another two goals, while Alison Mayes, Anna Hartwell, Savanah Gerstnecker and Linger Williams each added a goal.

Allyson Krupa, Williams and Smith evenly split six assists, while Hartwell and Jillian Mickle were credited with an assist.

Ally Hahn made one stop in goal for the Lady Greyhounds.

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