BASKETBALL High School Boys Varsity Chestnut Ridge 58Southern Fulton 54 WARFORDSBURG – Max Kauert scored 16 points and Jason Musselman added 14 as the visiting Lions edged the Indians on Monday night. Ryan Spiker supplied 12 points for Chestnut Ridge (4-1) while Brad Divel topped Southern Fulton (3-2) with 12. Forest Hills 61Conemaugh Valley 52 SIDMAN – Devon Richardson and John Kirby scored 21 and 16 points, respectively, to lead the Rangers, who improved to 1-1. Robert Gunby had 13 points and Cody Kushner 10 to front the Blue Jays. Berlin 66, Portage 61 BERLIN – The Mountaineers outscored the Mustangs 18-13 in the final quarter, giving them a close win over Portage. Berlin’s Ethan Suder had 26 points to lead all scorers and teammates Seth Snyder (14 points) and Tyler Good (13 points) also scored in double figures. The Mustangs were led by John Hodges’ 22 points. Brian Brunnet chipped in 19 points while Roger Walkovich scored 11 for the guests. Ferndale 58, Shanksville 46 SHANKSVILLE – Kary Roberts and Brandon Miller each scored 17 points to lead Ferndale past Shanksville. Shawn McClelland added 10 points for the Yellow Jackets. Michael Abramowich led Shanksville (2-3) with 16 points. Jon Maust had 12 points and six rebounds while Ben Gardner had 10 points and seven rebounds. Harmony 57Northern Cambria 52 WESTOVER – The Owls (5-0) had four players reach double digits in a win over previously unbeaten Northern Cambria. Dylan Gee (14 points) led the way for the hosts, who also had 12 points each from Christopher Priester and Jeremy Priester. Cody Rydbom chipped in 10 points and 10 rebounds for the Owls. Chris Havrilla paced the Colts (4-1) with 27 points and Joe Rocco added 10. Penn Cambria 64Punxsutawney 47 PUNXSUTAWNEY – Andrew Grant’s 26 points led Penn Cambria, which evened its record at 2-2. Mark Robine added 18 points and George Klayko scored 11 for the Panthers. United 58, Elderton 36 ARMAGH – The Lions bounded out to a 35-12 halftime lead en route to a convincing win over Elderton. United (2-1) was led by matching 14-point efforts from Bobby Simon and Greg Yaworski. Tim Townsend added 13 points while Justin Stewart pitched in seven assists and six rebounds. The Bobcats (1-4) had a game-high 18 points from Greg Stewart. North Star 60, Meyersdale 50 MEYERSDALE – Dave Kavar’s 19 points led the Cougars in a WestPAC win over Meyersdale. North Star (5-0) also received 15 points from Alija Petrilla and 12 points from Josh Daly. The Red Raiders were led by Matt Stahl’s 14 points and 13 rebounds. Ryan Moore chipped in 12 points. High SchoolGirls VarsityConemaugh Township 50Turkeyfoot Valley 11 CONFLUENCE – Jamie Gennett (18 points) and Lisa Byer (12 points) led the way offensively for the Indians in a win over the Rams. Conemaugh Township (5-0) outscored Turkeyfoot Valley 26-0 in the first quarter before coasting to the victory. Conemaugh Township’s Ashley Blough had eight rebounds. Conemaugh Valley 67, Berlin 43 Kayla Brandle scored 19 points and grabbed 13 rebounds to lead host Conemaugh Valley to a win in its opener. Taylor Gruss added 16 points and seven assists for the Blue Jays. Jackie Kimmel led the Mountaineers (1-2) with 15 points. Ferndale 67, Meyersdale 39 Brittany Eisenhuth had 10 points and 10 rebounds in a home win for Ferndale. The Yellow Jackets (3-1) were led by Ali Russell’s 13 points while Sarah McAteer chipped in 12 points in the win. The Red Raiders (1-1) received a team-high 13 points from Kara Yutzey. Windber 48, Shade 33 WINDBER – Alexis Lapinsky scored 17 points and Carey Cox added 11 to lift Windber (2-2) over Shade (2-1). Casey Roberts scored 13 points for the Panthers. Portage 72, Salisbury 25 PORTAGE – The Mustangs put 10 players in the scoring column in a home win over Salisbury. Brittany Brunnet had 15 points while Becca Enedy added 14. Megan Walkovich had 11 points with six steals and six assists. Hollidaysburg 51, Westmont 42 Amanda Ottoway’s 18 points and 11 from Erica Matko led Hollidaysburg to a win at Westmont. The Hilltoppers led through halftime, but Hollidaysburg pulled ahead during the third quarter, outscoring Westmont 9-0 to earn the non-conference victory. Kelly Britcher scored 15 points and had 11 rebounds for Westmont while Olivia Flick had seven points and six boards. Shanksville 48Blacklick Valley 28 NANTY GLO – Susie Kimmel scored 24 points and Shanksville never allowed more than nine points in a quarter in a win over Blacklick Valley. Emma Berkey tallied 13 points for Shanksville. Blacklick Valley was led by Allie Garver’s 10 points. HOCKEYECHLRowe recalled to Springfield The Johnstown Chiefs announced that forward Randy Rowe has been loaned to the team’s American Hockey League affiliate, the Springfield Falcons, and that forward Jean Desrochers has been reassigned to the Chiefs. Rowe leads the Chiefs in scoring this season with 10 goals and 19 assists for 29 points in 21 games. The 6-foot, 195-pound native of Burford, Ontario, attended Falcons training camp this season after splitting last season between Springfield and Johnstown. In 45 games with the Chiefs last year, Rowe collected 28 goals and 15 assists for 43 points. In three games with the Falcons last season, Rowe didn’t register a point. Desrochers played in 16 games with Springfield since joining the team on Nov. 3, registering two goals and an assist. The 6-foot-2, 225-pound native of Dalhousie, Quebec, was leading Johnstown in scoring at the time of his recall earlier this season. COLLEGEClarion dropping three sports CLARION – Clarion University of Pennsylvania has dropped its men’s cross country team as well as its indoor and outdoor men’s track teams in an effort to meet mandated Federal Title IX requirements effective at the end of the spring semester. President Joseph Grunenwald indicated that the decision was necessary in order to achieve significant progress toward university compliance with the gender equity expectations outlined in the Federal law. Title IX, a Federal law directing the elimination of gender discrimination in academic programs, requires that institutions offering intercollegiate athletics must provide proportionate opportunities for male and female students based on full-time undergraduate enrollments. Using 2005-06 undergraduate enrollment records at Clarion, there were 2,234 male undergraduates, or 39 percent, and 3,510 female undergraduates, or 61 percent of the student population. There were 432 student athletes during the same time period, with 59 percent male and 41 percent female. Athletic Director David Katis indicated the decision impacts about 25 student-athletes some of whom participate on more than one of the track teams. “The result of this multi-sport participation,” said Katis “is that the three sports being eliminated yield a net of 60 participants under official NCAA standards and help adjust our ratios in a very significant way.”

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