The Tribune Democrat, Johnstown, PA


October 7, 2012

Local sports in brief 10/8/2012


B. Guilfoyle blanks B. Carroll

LORETTO - Bishop Guilfoyle’s D.J. Kitt rushed for 143 yards on 13 carries and teammate Cody Rossman added 92 on 20 carries as the Marauders shut out Bishop Carroll 28-0 on Saturday night at DeGol Field, their fourth straight win.

The Altoona squad (5-1) limited the Huskies (0-6) to 123 yards of total offense. Dan Lesney led the way for Carroll with 75 yards on 16 carries while Marty Lessard added six rushes for 31 yards.

Bishop Guilfoyle hosts Central Cambria on Saturday while Bishop Carroll is at Cambria Heights.


Swope grabs District 6 title

ALTOONA - Central Cambria’s Hannah Swope defeated Tyrone’s Anna Hollen on Saturday to win the District 6 Class AA singles title.

Swope, a freshman, bested Hollen 6-2, 6-1 in the championship.

Swope is also a member of the Red Devils cross country squad.


UPJ duo finishes  invitational 1-2

GREENSBURG – Stella Sergeyev and Victoria Rizzuto of Pitt-Johnstown finished first and second, respectively, while competing as independents at the Pitt-Greensburg Invitational.

Sergeyev ran a 22:07.09 while  Rizzuto had a 23:29.80. UPJ’s Amber Emery of Friedens finished 15th in 26:31.54.

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    Not so long ago, Bob McElligott, like most Western Pennsylvania hockey fans, would savor a long Pittsburgh Penguins playoff run.
    The Somerset native followed the Pens’ Stanley Cup-winning teams in 1991 and 1992.

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  • Malkin nearing return

    The Columbus Blue Jackets are the closest NHL team to the Pittsburgh Penguins, at least geographically. The two franchises are separated by 185 miles of highway.

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  • Reds swing way past Pirates

    Mike Leake doubled and hit a two-run homer Tuesday night, ending Gerrit Cole's winning streak and leading the Cincinnati Reds to a 7-5 victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates that completed two days full of homers and delays.
    First, the NL Central rivals completed a game that was suspended in the sixth inning because of rain the previous night.

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  • Pitt ends its spring practices

    No tailgating.
    No trip to a local high school.

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  • Pirates Game 1 0415 Pirates edge out Reds in suspended game

    After all those home runs and an overnight delay, it was settled by a single.
    Andrew McCutchen doubled and came around on Russell Martin’s single in the seventh inning on Tuesday, giving the Pittsburgh Pirates an 8-7 victory over the Cincinnati Reds in the completion of a game that spanned two days and 10 home runs.

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  • track_B1 WestPAC relays go to Windber boys, Berlin girls

    Rain showers and dropping temperatures put a damper on Monday’s WestPAC Relays at Berlin Brothersvalley High School.
    For the Berlin girls and the boys from Windber, however, discomfort was not much of a factor.
    The Mountaineers won their third straight relay title while the Ramblers reclaimed the title from defending champ Shade.

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  • Penguins 0414 Pressure on Penguins to capture Cup

    The statistics are gaudy.
    And if the Pittsburgh Penguins can’t find a way to extend their season into the final days of spring, ultimately forgettable.
    The same team that led the NHL in man games lost due to injury (more than 500) also earned 109 points, led the Metropolitan Division from mid-October on and received another peerless effort from star Sidney Crosby, who topped the league with 104 points and is a near lock for the second MVP award of his career.

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  • mccort0413 color Bishop McCort falls to Bethel Park at PNC Park

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