New Castle News


October 9, 2013

Fall Sports: A roundup of action from October 8


NEW CASTLE — Waldschmidt takes second

Shenango’s David Waldschmidt finished second in a meet against Mohawk and Beaver Falls on the Tigers’ course.

Waldschmidt notched a time of 18:42 and teammate Andy McCann was third in 18:43. Kyle Campbell was fourth in 18:47 and Cameron Waters took fifth in 18:49. Devin Ross captured eighth in 19:22.

Mohawk’s Sam Whippo finished sixth in 18:52, while Bradyn Bridegam placed seventh in 19:10. Jakob Hobel (11th, 19:34), Bruno Abersold (12th, 19:34.02) and David Kelty (13th, 20:29) also ran for the Warriors.

Shenango swept the meet, defeating Beaver Falls (20-35) and Mohawk (17-38). The Warriors knocked off the Tigers, 23-32.

Mohawk’s Breyona Wagner won the girls race in 21:35. Mackenzie Moon (6th, 22:25), Joelle Bromley (9th, 23:10), Holly Duncan (10th, 23:14) and Ali Bredl (14th, 25:20) also participated for the Lady Warriors.

Katie Bruce finished second for Shenango in 22:15 and teammate Rachel Reamer placed third in 22:16. Courtney Fontana (4th, 22:20), Brielle Braun (5th, 22:23) and Elizabeth Salem (7th, 22:26) also participated for the Lady Wildcats.

Shenango claimed two wins in the meet, rolling past Beaver Falls (15-50) and upending Mohawk (21-34). The Lady Warriors defeated the Lady Tigers, 15-50.

Lady ’Hounds win

Wilmington’s girls team topped host Slippery Rock, 20-35. The Greyhounds’ boys team dropped a 26-32 decision.

Allison Baldwin captured second place for the Lady Greyhounds in 22:41 and Rikki Brumbaugh was third in 23:14. Hannah Winters took fourth in 23:30, Hannah Drake was fifth in 24:12 and Lexi Brumbaugh finished sixth in 24:21.

Calvin Gealy paced the Wilmington boys, finishing second in 18:34. Jared Masters took fourth in 19:11, Ryan Davis was sixth in 19:41 and Stefan Pontius finished seventh in 21:14.


Wilmington falls

The Lady Greyhounds suffered their first District 10, Region 3-AA setback with a 25-22, 25-23, 25-20 road loss to Grove City.

“It’s hard to take that first loss,” Wilmington coach Amber Marett said. “The girls played well tonight and never gave up even when they were down 21-12.

“Grove City was just the better team tonight. They hit stronger and controlled the net better than we did.”

Alana Romeo recorded eight points for the Lady Greyhounds (6-1, 10-1) and Cassidy Marett, the coach’s daughter, chipped in with seven markers and 20 assists.

Tessa Sikora supplied 12 kills and Stephanie Parker provided seven markers and six kills.

Wilmington lost the JV match as well 25-12, 25-17.

Amanda Lewis led the Lady Greyhounds with six points and Sarah Schwenke was next with four.

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