7:23 PM AKST, January 25, 2013
The winter weather forced schools to close early and athletic events to be postponed Friday.
Here are the rescheduled events that were provided from schools:
The Conemaugh Township girls home game against Central Cambria has been rescheduled for Feb. 15. The Conemaugh Township at North Star boys basketball game has been rescheduled for Monday at 6 p.m. as a varsity only game.
Somerset's home boys varsity basketball game against Bishop Guilfoyle has been rescheduled for Feb. 11 at 6 p.m. with the varsity game to start at 7:15 p.m. The junior high girls basketball game at Bishop Guilfoyle will be played at 3:30 p.m. on Feb. 12.
Berlin's girls/boys basketball doubleheader with Shanksville will be played today. The boys junior varsity game will begin at 1 p.m. with the boys varsity game to follow at approximately 2 p.m. and the girls varsity game to follow at approximately 3:15 p.m. The Berlin at Salisbury rifle match will be held at 3 p.m. on Wednesday.
North Star's home boys basketball game will be made up at 6 p.m. Monday as a varsity only contest. The Rockwood versus North Star girls game will follow at 7:30 p.m. It is also a varsity only game.
SOMERSET — The team of Mickey Talley, Bunda Hainzer and Devon Miller scattered 1,943 pins for top senior bowling honors Friday.
Second place went to Dave Hause, Wilma Mostoller and Chris Cooper with 1,903 scattered pins. Third place went to Bob Bittner, Bob Smith and Bernice Hoctor with 1,883 scattered pins.
High Series: Hainzer 607, Hause 573, Bittner 571, Chabol 570, John Mostoller 548, Dave Wood 542, Don Rohrer 535, Al Wheeler 532, Jim Kimmel 522, W. Mostoller 520, Talley 514.
High Games: Hainzer 222-205, Chabol 216, W. Mostoller 211, Bittner 208, Rohrer 206, J. Mostoller 204, Wood 203, Wheeler 202.
Bowling is held Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday at Terrace Lanes. Names will be drawn at 9:45 a.m. with bowling starting at 10 a.m. Wednesday will be a 9 pin no tap format.
Rockwood 1,179, NC 1,080
NORTHERN CAMBRIA — The Rockwood rifle team traveled to the Moss Creek Rod and Gun Club to compete against Northern Cambria Thursday.
The Rockets outscored the Colts 1,179-1,080. The top shooter from Rockwood was Landon Henry with a score of 260. The top shooter from Northern Cambria was Blair Hornick with a score of 237. Scott Baker shot a personal best overall score of 234 and Isaac Breckenridge shot a personal best in the standing position of 72.
In the junior varsity match, Northern Cambria won 262-241. Tyler Kirsch's 88 was tops for Northern Cambria. Rockwood's top scorer was Kayla Phillippi with a score of 90.
Somerset 4, CV 1
RICHLAND TOWNSHIP — The Somerset freshman hockey team dominated Conemaugh Valley 4-1 Thursday.
Weston Specht scored the first goal of the game unassisted less than four minutes into the game. Five minutes later Hunter Stoy, assisted by Joey Love, fired a slap shot past the netminder.
In the second period a break-out pass from Zach Bence to Stoy led to a two-on-one in which John Heller drove to the net and put the puck through the five-hole for the third goal of the game for the Eagles. The final goal came when Stoy returned the favor with a pass of his own to Bence who was able to wrist the puck up and over the goalie.
Somerset registered 37 shots on goal while the Blue Jays registered only four shots on goal.
Thursday Golf League
REELS CORNER — Here are the first half standings of The Alley Thursday Golf League after four weeks of play: Berlin Beatdown 23.5, Goofballs 21, Northwinds Golf Course 21, Teed Off 19.5, EEERS 19, Boyer Financial 19, Lost Ball 18.5, Thunder Chickens 8.5, Louis & Clark 18.5, Central City Subway 18, Traditional Loggers 16.5, Water Golfers 16.5, Runnin Late 16.5, Sandbaggers 15.5, Stoystown Auto Wreckers 15.5, L & L Builders 11.
Somerset 10, CC 1
EBENSBURG — The Somerset Eagles varsity hockey team (14-0-1) dominated the Central Cambria Red Devils (1-11) with a lopsided 10-1 victory Thursday.
Somerset's Steve Yaros opened the scoring one minute into the first period by burying a low slapshot from his brother Chris. Twenty-one seconds later Caleb Leonard struck paydirt with an assist from Jake Pile. Chris Yaros contributed to the next five Somerset scores, netting three goals of his own while assisting on two other scores. Steve Yaros scored his second of the night assisted by elder Yaros and sophomore winger Jordan Beistel. Beistel buried a shorthanded tally midway through the second period assisted by the Yaros brothers.
Third period scoring for Somerset was highlighted by a score from Conrad Stoy who recently returned to the ice from injury. He was assisted by Bobby Naugle. Steve Sujansky netted the final two Somerset goals with an even strength tally assisted by Leonard and an unassisted power play goal.
Somerset's Sam Sujansky turned aside 15 of the 16 shots he faced. Somerset pelted Central Cambria's Brian Mesteller with 42 shots on goal.
"We respect Central Cambria and how they never quit," Somerset coach Matt Cavrak said. "They are rebuilding and working hard on the ice.
"Our third and fourth liners are as much a part of this team as our first and second and a game like this allows them the chance to work hard and produce. The coaches are proud of them all and of seeing so many different names on the score sheet."
Somerset battles Ferndale on Thursday at Planet Ice.
Somerset tops NS
SHAWLEYTOWN — The Somerset rifle team extended its record to 5-4 by defeating North Star 1,297-1,267 Thursday at the Somerset Sportsmen's range.
The top five shooters for the Eagles were Sarah Sroka 270, John Pessolano 263 (personal best), Gene Gardner 256, Alexandra Ansell 254 and Chad Steinmiller 254. Another personal best for the Eagles was Colton Hoffman's 244.
Top five shooters for the Cougars were Emilee Miller 275, Joe Fischer 270, Robbie Bloom 250, Elijah Henry 242, (personal best) and Ashley St. Clair 230.
Somerset won the junior varsity match, 247-243.
Top shooter for the Eagles was Dylan Marquart with a score of 90. Haylee Rohrer had a personal best score of 73.
The top shooter for the Cougars was Nathan Coddington with a score of 86 and Alexis Weber had a personal best with a score of 76.
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