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April 11, 2014

High School Briefs

JOHNSTOWN — Baseball

Conemaugh Valley 12, Harmony 1: The Blue Jays’ Christian Aurandt had two base-clearing triples and seven RBI to help defeat the Owls in five innings.   

Conemaugh Valley’s Anthony Verno, Corey Kalinyak, Jacob Kitner and Hunter Bizjak each had two hits. 

Harmony’s Logan Sral and Cody Fritz each had two hits.  Austin Young scored the Owls’ only run. 

Bishop Carroll 4, Bishop Guilfoyle 3:  In Altoona, the Huskies’ Scott Lucas went 2 of 3 and scored a run to edge the Marauders in eight innings at the Curve Classic. 

Bishop Carroll’s Josh Surkovich started the game and had two strikeouts.  Lucas relieved Surkovich in the eighth inning when the score was tied at 3-all and was credited the win. 

Bishop Guilfoyle’s Derek Cursio had two hits with an RBI and Lou Lozinack had two singles in the loss. 

Softball

Conemaugh Valley 17, United 1: Conemaugh Valley’s Lexi Novak and Alex Smith each had a double with three RBI to help crush United in a three-inning mercy-rule game. 

The Blue Jays’ Brooke McCleester and Mary Agnes both hit a single and a double in the non conference win. 

The Lions’ Morgan McCulley had a single and scored a run in the road loss.

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