New Castle News


October 1, 2013

Fall Sports: A roundup of action from September 30


NEW CASTLE — Boys golf

Dugan paces ’Canes

Ryan Dugan shot a 39 for New Castle in a 191-214 Section 5, Division 3 loss to Montour on the back nine at Sylvan Heights.

Gino Quahliero was next with a 41 for the Red Hurricane (3-8, 3-8) and Nick Malizia added a 42. Robert Natale contributed a 43 and Kyle Smith notched a 49.

Spartans prevail

Nick Peluso shot a 37 to lead Laurel to a 215-238 Section 5, Division 2 win over Riverside on the front nine at Connoquenessing Country Club.

Evan Long followed with a 43 for the Spartans (11-0, 12-0) and Colton Brown contributed a 44. Nolan Firmi posted a 45 and Tucker Skerbetz added a 46.


Mohawk falls

The Lady Warriors dropped a 25-12, 25-4, 25-12 Section 1-AA road decision to Hopewell.

Maria Fleck slammed nine kills for Mohawk (2-6, 4-6) and Malea Tress contributed eight assists.

Mohawk lost the JV match, 25-18, 25-20.

Riah Yost delivered four kills for the Lady Warriors and Ashley McConnell contributed five assists.

Wilmington wins

The Lady Greyhounds rolled to a 25-9, 25-18, 17-25, 25-16 nonregion home win over Laurel.

Cassidy Marett collected 17 points, 19 assists and 13 digs to lead Wilmington (8-0), while Katherine Clark recorded 15 points and 12 digs.

Tessa Sikora supplied five points, 17 kills and three blocks. Alana Romeo registered eight points and five digs, while Stephanie Parker provided eight points, 11 digs and four kills.

Jamie Thompson tallied four points and seven digs. Madeline Whiting slammed four kills.

Mackenzie Mraz paced Laurel (7-4) with 13 points, eight kills and four aces. Rachael Baker was next with 11 points and three aces.

Laurel won the JV match, 22-25, 25-23, 15-11.

Stephanie Telesz tallied eight points and four aces for the Lady Spartans and Kristan Fedrizzi notched eight markers. Shelby Miles added nine kills.

Alana Romeo recorded 11 points, nine digs and nine assists for the Lady Greyhounds and Rachel Vernon served up eight points with five digs and five kills.

Amanda Lewis was next with seven digs and five kills, and Julia Strobel chipped in four markers, seven digs and five assists.

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