Volleyball team takes down Mt. Union

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Volleyball team takes down Mt. Union

Lindsey Southwaorth goes up for a spike against Mount Union.

Lindsey Southwaorth goes up for a spike against Mount Union.

Ethan McGee

Lindsey Southwaorth goes up for a spike against Mount Union.

Ethan McGee

Ethan McGee

Lindsey Southwaorth goes up for a spike against Mount Union.

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The Bellwood-Antis girls’ volleyball beat Mount Union girls last night at home in a 3-0 victory.

Since losing to West Branch two weeks ago, B-A has won its last three games.

This was the second shutout in a row for the Lady Blue Devils.

Mount Union was a team above .500  before B-A gave them their fifth loss to even their record at 5-5.

The B-A girls are now 6-1 and take on Northern Bedford on the road this Monday.

Golden Eagles lose in tough game to Phillipsburg

The Tyrone/BA boys’ soccer team lost 1-0 yesterday on the road at Phillipsburg.

The Mounties goal found the back of the net with 15 minutes left in the second half.

The Eagles battled hard in the last 15 minutes but couldn’t get the tying score.

The Golden Eagles are now 3-6 in the Mountain League.

BA Cross Country runs over Phillipsburg

Bellwood beat Phillipsburg yesterday on the road.

Jr High tackles Juniata Valley 62-16

The Jr High football team is still undefeated after beating Juniata Valley at home last night 62-16.

B-A scored the first touchdown of the game, adding two more after that.   Juniata Valley then completed a pass for its first touchdown.

After the Hornets scored, B-A answered back with 5 unanswered touchdowns.

It was the highest single-game point total for the Devils in the coaching career of head coach Charles Burch.

Eighth grader Zach Mallon scored three touchdowns for the Devils, and freshmen John Kost and Lincoln Boyer added two touchdowns each.

The longest run for BA was by Mallon, who went 65 yards to find the back of the end zone.

Freshman Julian Bartlebaugh said, “It feels great to still be undefeated after beating Juniata Valley”

Trevor Miller had three passing touchdowns, all connecting with Mallon.

The junior high’s record is now 5-0.

 

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