Girls soccer dominates, Robison leads cross country

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Terry McCaulley

Junior Jaylee Shuke earned a shutout in the soccer team’s victory over Philipsburg-Osceola.

Owen Shedlock, Sports Editor

The Tyrone/Bellwood-Antis co-op girls soccer team faced off against Philipsburg in Tyrone on Wednesday, and the Lady Eagles dominated the Mountaineers, shutting them out 6-0. 

Tyrone was firing on all cylinders, putting up 5 goals in the first half, including a goal from sophomore Alyson Partner. Goalie Jaylee Shuke played well, allowing zero goals.

Cross Country

Girls soccer wasn’t the only team with success on Wednesday night. The cross country team ran against Juniata Valley and West Branch. Senior Kenny Robison led the way for the Blue Devils placing first with a time of 19:08. Kenny is one of the best runners for the Blue Devils, almost always leading the pack in every race. Christian Sensibaugh came in fourth for Bellwood with a time of 19:56. 

The boys beat both Juniata Valley and West Branch and the girls split the day, defeating West Branch, but falling to Juniata Valley.