Sports roundup: Spikers get a big win over Everett

Girls soccer rallies to defeat Huntingdon


Kerry Naylor

Abbey Luensmann and Sophie Damiano went high above the night to combine on this block against Everett in the volleyball team’s straight sets victory.

Blair Poorman, Staff Writer


The Bellwood girls’ volleyball topped Everett at home yesterday in an important ICC matchup.

It was a straight sets win for the Lady Devils, who won 25-12, 25-19, and 25-18

Sophie Damiano collected 12 service points, 15 kills and five blocks.  Abby Luensmann added 25 assists and 11 kills and Gabby Troutman had 14 digs.

The girl’s record has now improved to 2-1.

The Tyrone/Bellwood-Antis girls’ co-op soccer team also played yesterday against Huntington.  Down at halftime 2-0, the Lady Eagles rallied in the second half and scored three unanswered goals to win by a score of 3-2, thanks to a goal and an assist by Marissa Panasiti.

Panasiti now has 11 goals this season.

There was a fatigue factor after the Hollidaysburg game.”

— Christina Kowalski

“We came back from being down 2-0 in the first half and then we had to come together as a team in the second half and figure out how to win,” said Panasiti.

“There was a fatigue factor after the Hollidaysburg game and playing back to back games,” said Christina Kowalski.

The team has now improved its record to 4-1.

Last but certainly not least, they Tyrone/Bellwood-Antis girls’ co-op tennis team lost to Central yesterday, but Bellwood-Antis Sophomore Tina Hollen won yet again.

Hollen won 6-0, 6-1.

“It feels good to have all my hard work pay off,” Hollen said.

Her record on the season has now improved to 6-0.