The Tribune Democrat, Johnstown, PA

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October 22, 2013

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— Volleyball

College Women

UPJ’s Mondorff sets assist record in victory

Allison Mondorff collected 35 set assists to break the Pitt-Johnstown single-season assist record as the Lady Cats swept West Liberty 25-14, 25-18, 25-16 in nonconference action on Tuesday at the Sports Center.

Mondorff needed 33 assists to tie Megan Beavers’ single-season record set in 2004. With 35 assists against the Hilltoppers, Mondorff now has 809 assists this season.

Beth Kendera had 10 kills, and Kelsey Shanabrook had seven kills and six digs for the 16-6 Lady Cats. Ashely DiRado had seven kills, and Katie Svetahor had a match-high 16 digs.

High School Girls

WestPAC championship set

The WestPAC girls volleyball championship will be played on Thursday night at Shanksville High School.

South champion Berlin will meet North champion North Star.

Each team went 9-0 in their respective section.

The championship event will begin at 7 p.m.

Football

College

Forest Hills grad leads Shippensburg defense

Forest Hills graduate D.J. Burkey, a redshirt freshman at Shippensburg University, led the Red Raiders with a game-high 10 tackles in a 55-30 vcitory over Kutztown.

Burkey was a key part of Shippensburg’s 12th straight home win. He had four solo stops and six assists. The Raiders had five sacks and limited the Golden Bears to 1.9 yards a carry.

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