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CROSS COUNTRY



Published: Sat, October 28, 2006 @ 12:00 a.m.



CROSS COUNTRY

PAC Championships

Men

(8K)

1. Adam Smith, SVC - 27:33, 2. Nate Sylvester, SVC - 27:45, 3. Dan Spaulding, GRO - 27:49, 4. Andrew Foxenberg, GEN - 27:56, 5. Brett Kelly, GRO - 28:26, 6. Royce Hyland, GRO - 28:29, 7. Wade Schnorr, SVC - 28:31, 8. Bobby Regan, W - 28:37, 9. Thaddeus Pajak, SVC - 28:43, 10. Shane Simmons, SVC - 28:48, 11. Phillip Falk, GEN - 28:48, 12. Heath Piper, WAY - 28:51, 13. Josh Meny, SVC - 28:54, 14. Wayne Hooper, SVC - 29:02, 15. John Perkins, GEN - 29:03, 16. Nathan Johnson, GRO - 29:09, 17. Joey Cortez, GRO - 29:14, 18. Frankie Hourigan, GRO - 29:15, 19. Joshua Falk, GEN - 29:26, 20. Andrew Archbold, WAY - 29:28, 21. Joshua Lauer, GRO - 29:34, 22. Tim Monaghan, WAY - 29:38, 23. John Garlets, SVC - 29:44, 24. John Heft, GEN - 29:45, 25. Jonathan Srour, GRO - 29:48.

Women

(6K)

1. Kristin Carter, GRO - 24:07, 2. Kara Shirley, SVC - 24:29, 3. Erin Long, W - 24:35, 4. Demetria Koutsourais, GEN - 24:43, 5. Susan Fletcher, GEN - 24:56, 6. Rebecca Vanregenmorter, GEN - 24:58, 7. Beth Bartolomeo, GEN - 24:59, 8. Tess Jones, SVC - 25:01, 9. Megan Grover, WAY - 25:27, 10. Marsha Miller, GEN - 25:33, 11. Janet Carson, WAY - 25:38, 12. Cara Pierce, GRO - 25:44, 13. Laura Magnuson, SVC - 25:55, 14. Katie Weko, WAY - 25:57, 15. Sarah Sharp, GRO - 25:59, 16. Michelle Propst, WAY - 25:59, 17. Kelsey Sullivan, SVC - 26:04, 18. Amanda Connell, SVC - 26:11, 19. Candice Coholich, GRO - 26:19, 20. Alexandra Anderson, GRO - 26:22, 21. Sara Morrison, GEN - 26:27, 22. Elizabeth Beardsley, WES - 26:30, 23. Tarah Just, GRO - 26:36, 24. Rachael Smith, GRO - 26:49, 25. Laura Seylor, GEN - 26:57.

Alliance -- Mount Union's men team won its 24th Ohio Athletic Conference championshp with 41 points. Senior Jeremy Velliquette earned All-OAC status for the third time in his career by placing first overall in 26:07. Also earning All-OAC honors for Mount were junior Jason Sigmund (5th, 26:23), junior Brian Bernard (6th, 26:26) and sophomore Dustin Ford (10th, 26:41).

The Lady Raiders placed third for the second straight year. Junior Anna McClaugherty (Alliance) earned All-OAC honors by plcing seventh overall in 23:50.

SOCCER

(Men)

Heidelberg 4, Mount Union 2 -- David Hradek had two goals for the Purple Raiders (5-10-2,2-6-1 OAC).

Hiram 1, Ohio Wesleyan 1 -- Substitute Milan Djurka scored for Hiram (9-6-2, 2-5-2 NCAC) and Brandon Bianco scored for Ohio Wesleyan (13-0-3, 7-0-2 NCAC).

W & amp;J 5, Thiel 0 -- The Tomcats closed out the 2006 season with a loss to its Presidents' Athletic Conference rival. Washington & amp; Jefferson (7-7-4, 3-1-2) took a 1-0 lead at the 13:18 mark of the first half on a goal by Jeremy Delmaster.

(Women)

Denison 7, Hiram 0 --Anna Rusch had two goals for Denison (13-2-1, 5-2-1 NCAC). Eileen McIver had four saves in goal for the Terriers (3-15-1, 1-7 NCAC).

W & amp;J 3, Thiel 0 -- Thiel held Washington & amp; Jefferson in check for 35 minutes but went on to lose their final game of the season. W & amp;J is 10-7-2, 3-2-1.

SWIMMING

Bradford, Pa. -- The 2006-07 season got underway for Bethany at Pitt-Bradford's Panther Relays. Because it was a relay meet with mixed relays, the combined Bison teams finished in fourth place out of five teams. A third-place finish was turned in by the women's 300 kickboard relay, which included sophomore Tricia Mark (Howland HS).

VOLLEYBALL

Waynesburg, Pa. -- The season came to an end for Bethany with a pair of 3-0 losses at Waynesburg (21-30, 20-30, 25-30) and against Carnegie Mellon (Pa.) University (16-30, 17-30, 24-30). The losses gave the Bison a final record of 7-21 overall and 1-11 in the PAC.

Grove City, Pa. -- Grove City closed the 2006 regular season Friday night with a 22-30, 30-18, 30-20, 27-30, 15-12 victory over visiting Thomas More in a Presidents' Athletic Conference match. The win was Grove City's 20th of the season. It is Grove City's first 20-win season since the 2001 team went 22-11. Grove City (20-10 overall) also closes PAC play with an 8-4 record.

Waynesburg, Pa. -- Thiel wrapped up its 2006 season Saturday at the Waynesburg Tri-Match, falling to host and Presidents' Athletic Conference (PAC) rival Waynesburg 3-0 and to Carnegie Mellon University 3-0. The Tomcats (8-20, 1-11) lost to Waynesburg 30-12, 30-22, 30-24 and to Carnegie Mellon 30-19, 30-21, 30-21. Against Waynesburg freshman outside hitter LaToya Locke (Farrell HS) finished with 10 kills and six digs. Against Carnegie Mellon, Locke had six kills. Freshman middle hitter Liz Sitko (Hiram, Ohio/Crestwood) added five digs.




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