SPORTS ROUND UP: Cross country and volleyball win; soccer loses

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Kerry Naylor

Aaron Andrews looks to clear the ball for Tyrone/Bellwood-Antis.

Corbin Nale and Corey Johnston

The Tyrone/Bellwood-Antis soccer team fought its hardest but could not succeed yesterday at home against Huntingdon. The final score was 5-0.

It was a tight first half, where Huntington scored two goals. In the second half Huntington scored three more.

The Tyrone/Bellwood-Antis jayvee team won 1-0. Mason Yingling scored his first goal of the season. The Tyrone goalie, Lisac Woomer, had a shutout.

Volleyball team stays unbeaten

The Lady Blue Devil volleyball team went on the road last night and logged a victory over Everett in straight sets, 25-9, 25-10 and 25-10.

The Lady Devils are now 3-0 and 2-0 in ICC play.

Senior Abby Luensmann had 19 service points and 13 assists. Classmate Sophie Damiano recorded 13 kills.

“Once we took a lead early on in the match, Everett was too far behind to catch up,” said Luensmann. “We all worked well as a team, leading to an easy third win.”

VanKirk and Bartlett place first for B-A cross country

Bellwood-Antis swept Williamsburg, winning both the girls and boys cross country yesterday in Bellwood.

Junior Robert VanKirk placed first versus Williamsburg, finishing seven seconds ahead of Williamsburg’s Trevor Butler.

Brayton Coover and Jake Miller finished not far behind VanKirk, coming in third and fourth place, respectively.

For the Lady Blue Devils, sophomore Jenna Bartlett] placed first.

Bartlett finished almost one minute before senior Stephanie Mills, who came in second.

Lady Eagles lose but Hollen Wins

The Tyrone/Bellwood-Antis tennis team played Central yesterday at home, losing 6-1.

Junior Tina Hollen continues to win for the Lady Eagles tennis team. She won in straight sets, 6-1, 6-1.

Sophomore Alanna Vaglica was on the losing end in doubles, falling with her partner to the Lady Dragons 8-0.