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Altoona Mirror (Newspaper) - January 27, 2005, Altoona, Pennsylvania Thursday, January 27,2005 LOCAL Altoona Mirror ■ Page BS HIGH SCHOOL SWIMMING . SPORTS AT Hollidaysburg sweeps; Altoona boys win | agiahm SOMERSET — Frank Kopriva won the 200 IM and IOO backstroke, and David Glunt won the 50 freestyle and IOO freestyle as the Hollidaysburg boys’ swim team defeated Somerset, 102-68, to remain undefeated at 11-0 Wednesday. Brianne Yingling won the 200 IM and IOO backstroke to lead the Hollidaysburg girls (10-1) to a 100-70 win over Somerset. BOYS Hollidaysburg 102, Somerset 68 200 medley relay: I, Hollidaysburg (Dinger. Colapietro. Schmitt Ie. Williams), 1:56:73; 2. Somerset, 2:12:07; 3, Hollidaysburg, 2:16:72. 200 freestyle: I, Supp, H, 1:63:79; 2, Dinger, H, 1:54:42; 3, Eddy, S, 2:01:83.200 IM: 1, Kopriva, H, 2:15:17; 2, Schmlttle. H, 2:22:42; 3, Horst S, 2:25:67. 50 freestyle: 1, Glunt H, 24:02; 2. Mosholder. S, 24:55; 3, Kauffman, S, 25:91.100 butterfly: 1. Schmlttle, H, 1:04:17; 2, Colapietro, H, 1:08:72; 3. Zimmerman, S, 1:14:59. 100 freestyle: I, Glunt H, 53:39: 2. Mosholder, S, 55:07; 3. H. 59:32. 500 freestyle: I, Pyle, S, 5:49:86; 2, Brenner. H, 5:55:66; 3, Marino, H, 6:01:77. 200 free relay: I, Somerset  .    .    —    .    .<      1    IO Ok• O Supp, H, 5:27:94; 3, Eddy, S. 5:41:17. 200 free relay: 1, Hollidaysburg (Glunt Supp, Kopriva, Dinger), 1:37:21; 2, Ritchey, H, 59:30. 500 freestyle: I, Dinger. H, 5:10:86; 2, ---- g    5:41:17.    200    ft---*— ' p, Kopriva, Dinger) Somerset 1:59:41; 3, Somerset 1:54:09.100 backstroke: I, Kopriva, H, 1:03:98; 2, Kauffman, S. 1:07:87; 3, Ritchey, H, 1:15:60. 100 breaststroke: I, Colapietro. H, 1:10:12; 2, Horst S, 1:12:80; 3. Williams. H, 1:14:21. 400 free relay: I, Hollidaysburg (Glunt, Schmlttle. Supp, Kopriva), 3:43:55; 2, Somerset 3:53:10; 3, Somerset 4:06:91. GIRLS Hollidaysburg 100, Somerset 70 2:10:45; 2, Pyle, S, 2:1104; 3 McNair. H, 2:14:49. 200 IM: 1, Br. Yingling, H, 2:30.450; 2, Devore. H, 2:39:30; 3. Isgan, S, 2:44:62.50 freestyle: I, Knupp, S, 26:14; 2, Duffett. H, 26:69; 3. Mosholder, S, 28:53. IOO butterfly: I, Bt Yingling, H. 1:07:71; 2, Devore, H, 1:11:28; 3, Isgan. S, 1:12:51. 100 freestyle: 1, Duffett. H, 56:81; 2. Knupp. S, 57:75; 3, Marino. SU VTWO. I« WI- I ll lyi'i rgi ■ M .    I        f    . .    .    . 3 Heslop. H, 1:13:99. 100 breaststroke: I, Colapietro, H, 1:09:13; 2, Mosholder S, 1:23:18; 3, Bllnn, H, 1:25:27. 400 free relay: 1, Hollidaysburg (Colapietro, Brenner, Marino. Duffett), 3:57:93; 2, Somerset, 4:11:39; 3, Somerset, 4:38:27. Records: Hollidaysburg boys (11-0), girls (10-1); Somerset boys (7-2), girts (7-2). Altoona boys win first The Altoona boys broke into the win column with a 66-62 win against Ligonier Valley at the AAHS pool. Down by four heading into the final event, the team of Nick Meyers, Brandon Whitfield, Mike Hallman and Ryan Kenner won the 400 freestyle relay to pull out the win. The Altoona girls won, 102-66. Double winners were Lindsay Cooper in the 50 freestyle and IOO freestyle and Bri Garman in the 200 IM and IOO backstroke. BOYS Altoona 66, Ligonier Valley 62 200 medley relay: I, Ligonier Valley (Thiel. Poerochke, Horrell, Bragin), 2:00:10; 2, Altoona. 2:01:42; 3, None. 200 freestyle: 1. Thiel. LV, 1:54:89; 2, Kenner. A, 2:36:87; 3. Whitfield, A. 2:53:77. 200 IM: I, Kananen. A, 2:34:00; 2, Phillips, LV, 3:10:76; 3, None. 50 freestyle: 1, Poerochke, LV, 28:14; 2. Meyers, A, 28:58; 3, Halllnan, A, 32:07.100 butterfly: 1, Horrell. LV, 59:42; 2, Gibson, A, 59:84; 3, None. IOO freestyle: 1, Meyers. A. 1:07:83; 2. Whitfield, A, 1:12:61; 3, Phillips, LV, 1:14:29. 500 freestyle: 1, Horrell, LV, 5:47:08; 2, Hailinan, A, 8:07:91; 3. None. 200 free relay: 1, Ligonier Valley (Thiel, Horrell, Phillips. Poerochke), 1:45:60; 2, Altoona. 1:54:65; 3, None. 100 backstroke: 1, Kenner, A. 1 ;18:28; 2. Bragin, LV, 1:30:90; 3, None. 100 breaststroke: 1, Thiel, LV, 1:05:61; 2. Gibson. A, 1:08:73; 3, Poerochke, LV, 1:15:67. 400 free relay: 1, Altoona (Meyers. Whitfield, Halllnan. Kenner), 4:58:38; 2, None; 3, None. GIRLS Altoona HK. Ligonier Valley 66 Hall. A, 2:21:67; 3 K. Hall. A. 2:26:67. 200 IM: 1. Garman. A. 1:21:23; 3, Craig. LV, 1:24:54. 100 freestyle: 1, Cooper, A. 59:06; 2. DelBaoglo. A. 1:09:34; 3, Setimio, A, 1:19:745. 500 freestyle: 1. Lenz. LV, 6:11:31; 2. A. Hall. A. 6:31:70; 3. K. Hall, A. 6:52:29.200 free relay: 1. Altoona (Cooper, McAleer. A. Hall, Garman), 1:57:51; 2, Altoona, 2:14:29; 3. Ligonier Valley, 2:17:64. IOO backstroke: 1, Garman, A, 1:11:83; 2, Graham. LV, 1:13:85; 3, McAleer. A. 1:22:29. IOO breaststroke: I, Kananen, A, 1:23:56; 2, Hailinan, A. 1:26:97; 3. McMaster. LV, 1:33:22. 400 free relay: I, Ligonier Valley (Graham. Nath. Craig, Lenz), 4:20:03; I Altoona, 4:44:43; 3, Ligonier Valley, 5:34:08. Records: Altoona boys (1-11). girls (7-5). Tyrone teams split MARION CENTER—Led by three double winners, the Tyrone boys improved their season record to 10-2 with a 93-61 victory over host Marion Center. Erie Nulton (200 freestyle, IOO freestyle), Ethan Nulton (200 individual medley, IOO backstroke) and Chris Bradigan (50 freestyle, IOO butterfly) each won two events apiece for Tyrone. The Tyrone girls stayed winless, dropping to 0-12 with a 9^63 loss to Marion Center despite double-victory efforts from Kelly Pearson (200 freestyle, IOO backstroke) and Zoe Yeaton (IOO butterfly, IOO breastroke). BOYS Tyrone 93, Marion Center 61 200 medley relay: 1, Tyrone (Pearson, Eric Nulton, Ethan Nulton. Bracken), 1:57.46; 2. Marion Center. 2:1 LM. 200 freestyle: 1, Eric Nulton. T, 2:11.20; 2, Pearson, T, 2:16.40; 3, Black, MC, 2:21.65. 200 IM: 1, Ethan Nulton, T, 2:21.43; 2, Diehl, T, 2:54.90; 3, Gandotfi, MC, 396.69 50 freestyle: I, Bradigan, T, 25.36; Z Harte. MC, 26.29; 3, Pellagras, MC. 27.75. 100 butterfly. 1, Bradigan, T, 1:1193; 2. Elder, T, 1:14.31; 3, Black. MC, 1:16.65.100 freestyle: I. Et. Nulton, T, 54.0; 2, Yeaton T, 191 19; 3. Leopold, MC, 193.63. 500 freestyle I, Closaon. T, 6:50.93; 2, Seeker. MC, 7:22.61: 3. Thompson, T, 7:22.70. 200 free relay: I. Tyrone (Pearson, Erie Nulton, Bradigan. Ethan Nulton), 1:47.23; 2, Marion Center. 291.49; 3. Tyrone, 295.81. IOO backstroke: 1, Ethan Nulton, T, 193.67; 2. Pearson, T, 198.13; 3, Harte, MC. 1:15.81. IOO breaststroke: I, Pellegrene. MC, 1:1222; 2, Leopold. MC, 123.52; 3. Shepard. MC, 1:34.17.400 free relay: 1, Marion Center (Leopold, Secar. Pellegrene, Harte). 4:44.37. GIRLS Marion Center 93, Tyrone 63 200 medley relay: I, Marion Center (Gradwell. Thomas. Mills. Mottom), 2:19.87; 2, Marion Center, 2:34.88. 200 freestyle: I, Pearson. T, 2:24.11; 2. Marshall, MC, 2:28.34; 3, Cherry. T, 2:28.57 200 IM: I, Mills, MC. 2:49.01; 2, Bargerstock. MC. 2:59.78; 3, Thomas. MC, 3:13.75. 50 freestyle: 1, Mottom. MC. 27.22; 2, Black, T. 28.52; 3, Mears. MC, 28.87. 100 butterfly: I, Yeaton. T, 1:15.12; 2. Mills. MC. 1:17.55; 3. Gallo, MC, 1:21.12.100 freestyle: 1, Mottom, MC. 1:00.37; 2, Black, T, 194.10; 3, Mears. MC, 1:04.64. 500 freestyle: 1, Marshall. MC, 6:45 90: 2. Cherry. T, 6:49 60; 3, Klsiday, MC, 7:19 32.200 free relay: I, Marion Center (Ryan, Mears. Bradwell. Mottom), 1:59.35; 2, Tyrone, 2:02.47; 3, Marion Center, 2:07.73. 100 backstroke 1. Pearson, T, 1:13.86; 2, Gradwell. MC. 1:18.29; 3, Tost, MC, 1:20.81. IOO breaststroke: 1. Yeaton T, 1:31.26; 2. Merkel, T. 1:41.30. 400 free relay: I. Tyrone iPearson. Cherry, Yeaton, Black), :30 42; 2, Tyrone, 5:54.90 Records: Tyrone boys (10-2), girls (0-12). HIGH SCHOOL WRESTLING Tussey stops Juniata Valley ALEXANDRIA — Tussey Mountain parlayed three true falls — by Matt Wilkins (145 pounds), David Snyder (171), and Dustin Hess (189) — into a 49-18 dual meet victory over host Juniata Valley in high school wrestling Wednesday. Tussey, now 6-5, also got victories by technical fall from Josh Eichelberger (160) and Timmy Fodder (119). Juniata Valley (0-10) got a 20-second fall from two-time PIAA, Class AA champion Garrett Scott to open the bout at 135. Scott improved to 17-0. 135—Scott JV, pin nod C Jamloon. :20. 140 - Ayor», JV. pinned Corbin, 1:58.145 -Wilkin*, TM. pin nod Johnson, 2:29. 152-Boltmon, TM, won by forfott. 160— Eichelberger TM. technical fall Elb, 169. (4:37). 171-Snyder, TM. pinned PhlWpe 23. 189- He**, TM. pinned Powell. :52. 215—Header. JV, pinned Marcell*, 5:43. 275—Liner**. TM. won by forfeit 103-No match. 112-No match. II®— Pockier. TM, technical toll Boyd, 17-2, (3:44). 125-K. Jamieon, TM, dee. Sneeth. 9-7.130-Foetor. TM, won by forfeit Records Tuaaay Mountain (6-5), Juniata Valley (0-10). Central splits CAIRNBROOK — Central lost to Northern Cambria, 39-27, and beat Shade, 43-30, Tuesday at the Shade triangular meet. Doug Ritchey (103), Brad Ritchey (119), Darren Mattem (130-135) and Miles Lambom (189) went 2-0 for the Scarlet Dragons (1-10). Doug Ritchey and Brad Ritchey had pins against the Colts. Northern Cambria got pins from Mike Paronish (112), Joe Chunko (125), Brian Kosidlo (110) and Wayne Sias (145). No information was reported for the Colts’ match against Shade. Central got pins from Luke Hammaker (140), Kevin Camerer (145) and David Douglas (215) against Shade. NQfililERS CAMBRIA 38. CITRAL 27 103-D. Rhdwy, C, pinned Smolk, :14; 112-Paronish, NC, pinnd UM*, 3:44; 119-B. Rnchey, C, pinned Radish. 3:29; 125-Chunko NC pinned Farther*. 5:48; 130 —Mattem C, won by tarted 135-Overdortf. NC, won by tarted; 140-Kortdio. NC, pinned Hem maker. 5:23. 145-Stas NC, pinned Camerer, 5:31; 152-Smet. NC, dec. Laughlin, 6-4 OT 160-No bout, 171 — Fomwad, C, dec. Ptanlsky, 11-6; 188-Lambom, C, won by tarted, 215-Turner, NC, pinned Douglas. 5:54; 275-No bout. Records. Cental (0-10). CENTRAL 43. SHADE. 30 103-0. Wtahoy, C. won by forfeit, 112-Little, C, dec J. We*L 8-2; 119-B. HIGH SCHOOL BOYS’ BASKETBALL Takacs helps BC nip Bedford Ritchey, C, won by tarted; 125-Beal S, pinned Boctanowski, 146;    130- Herahbarger, S, pinned Feather*, 48; 135-Mattom, C, won by tarted; 140-Hammaker, C, pinned Olean, 2:58 145- Camerer, C, pinned H. Weal, :19; 162- Raymon, S, pinned Laughlin, 22; 160-Buffy, S, won by tarted, 171-Rypczyk. S, pinned Fomwad, C, :48; 188 Lambom, C, ma). dec Dsarmd, 11-2; 215-Doogias, C. pinned Bottorod, 45; 278-No bout Records: Central (1-10). EBENSBURG — Joel Takacs led Bishop Carroll with 28 points to spark the Huskies to a 72-71 Laurel Highlands Athletic Conference non-sectional win over Bedford in high school boys’ basketball Wednesday. Bedford, which was down 11 at the half, outscored BC by eight in the second half, but wasn’t able to come away with the road victory. Troy Harris made she 3-point-ers and also scored 28 points for Bedford. Shane Fox chipped in with 17. Jeff Minemyer scored 14 points and recorded 11 rebounds for BC, while Brock Lauer dished out eight assists and scored 17 points. BEDFORD (71 ):T. Herbal IOO 28. D. Harris 3 2-2 8, John Marshall I 0-0 2 C. Smiler I 0-1 2. Fox 7 2-4 16. Ford 3 OO 7, A. Sttfflar 3 OO 6, Josh Marshall I OO 2 Total* - 30 4-7 71. BISHOP CARROLL (72): Baker 3 0-0 6, Repko 1 OO 2. Takacs IO 0-10 28. Mlnamyw 7 0-014, Lauar 80017. Guaouan I 002, Jansan 1 1-2 3. Total* - 31 7-12 72. SCORE BY QUARTERS Bedford.........—18 16 1918 - 71 Bishop Carroll.......................J4    19 12 17 - 72 J-potnt goals. Bedford 7 (T. Haul* 6, Ford I); Bishop Carroll I (Takae* 2, Lauar I). Record* Bedford (11-6 overall. 6-4 Laurel Highlands Conference). Bishop Carroll (11-6 overall, 8-3 Laurel Highland* conference) JV Bedford 48, Carroll 38. High acoma -Shawn Roy. B. 18; Luke Bander and Chris KHna, BC. 11. Johnstown..................49 Central........................32 JOHNSTOWN - Johnstown carried the third quarter, 22-2, and recorded a Laurel Highlands Conference, non section victory over visiting Central. Johnstown (15-2 overall) got a dozen points apiece from Xavier Thomas and Kurt Hoffman. Central, which dipped to 6-11, was led by Chad Saylor’s ll points. CENTRAL (32): Run* 0 OO 0, Staley I OO 2, Krefit 0 OO 0, Saylor 4 2-3 ll. Ritchey 0 OO 0, Z. Bechtel I OO 3 Reed 0 OO 0, Afright 1 OO 2, A Bechtol 3 2-2 8. Hamm 3 OO 6. Elder 0 OO 0, Greenleaf 0 OO 0. Totals - 13 4-6 32. JOHNSTOWN (49) Hoffman 5 2-3 12. La* 0 0-2 0, Thomas 5 OO 12. Rosa 24-68, Jefferson 4 OO 8, Maser 0 1-2 I, Farrtor 0 OO0, Easter 2 OO 4, Mokiar 2 OO 4, Young 0 OO 0, Stephen* 0OOO. Total* 20 7-13 49 SCORE BY QUARTERS Central — ....» 4 217-32 Johnstown..------—11 822 8 — 49 3-pomt goal* Cental 2 (Saytar, Z Bechtel) Johnstown 2 (Thomas 2), Records Central (6-11 overall) Johnstown (15-2 overall) JV: Johnstown, 38-34. High scoter*-Hudy, J, 15, Kody Salley C, 14. Central Cambria........63 Bishop McCort...........54 JOHNSTOWN - Wade Klezek scored a game-high 20 points as Central Cambria rallied in the second half for a Laurel Highlands Conference non-sec tion victory over Bishop McCort. Matt Mesaros scored 12 points and Justin Davidson IO for the Red Devils, who overcame a 35- Mirror photo by Patrick Waksmunski Bedford’s Troy Harris (left) knocks the ball away from Bishop Carroll’s Joel Takacs on Wednesday. 28 halftime deficit to improve to 14-2 overall. McCort (12-6) got 18 points from Pete O’Connor and 11 from Jose Cruz. CENTRAL CAMBRIA (63): Sheehan 1 1-2 4, Klezek 6 3-7 20 Rodney 3 29 9, Memo* 3 49 12, Davidson 3 2-2 10. Zearing 1 29 4, Dante I 2-2 4. Total* - 1816-27 63. BISHOP MCCORT (54): Wadley 3 2-2 8, Lewis I 3-35 Varga 2397,O'Connor• 4-718, Cruz 4 2-2 ti. Sheridan I OO 3, Spangler 0 1-2 1, Com* 0 1-2 I . Total* - 17 159254 SCORE BY QUARTERS Central Cambria ...16    12 17 IS - 63 Bishop McCort  JI 14 7 ll - 54 J point goal* Central Cambria 11 (Sheehan. Klezek 5, Rodney Maseru* 2, Davidson 2). Bishop McCort 4 (O Connor 2. Cruz Shnrtflnl Records Central Cambria (14-2 overed), Bishop McColl (129). JV: Bishop McCort, 5297 OT. High scorers- Seymour and Fault, CC. 11 apiece, Mala and Mowery, BM, 13 apiece Williamsburg.............67 Mount Union..............44 MOUNT UNION - A good team effort lifted visiting Williamsburg over Mount Union. The Blue Pirates got doubledigit scoring efforts from Nate Graham (18), Dusty Martin (16) and Brandon Chamberlain (15). Chamberlain had nine rebounds, and Ben Landis had six assists. The Trojans were led by John Martinez (14) and Bobby Wasson (14). WILLIAMSBURG (67) Landis 2 1-3 5, Hitenuw 10-1 2, La*tap 4 OO 9 Martin 7 1-2 16, Chamberlain 5 59 16 Graham 7 1-2 IS. Price 0 OO 0, Fay 0 0-2 0. Deux Un* 0 OO 0, Greaser 0 OO 0, Yaeger 0 0-2 0, Harker I OO 2 Total* 27 8-16 ST. MOUNT UNION (44): McClain 0 OO 0, Martinez 4 6-9 14, Zook 3 OO 7, Wesson 5 1-2 14 Potkcino I 2-2 4, Park 2 005. Walters 0 OO 0 McClure 0 OO 0, Varna* 0 OO 0, Fortaey 0 0-0 0 Carper 0 0-0 0. Duguay 0 OO 0, Weld 0 OO 0. Totals - 15 9-13 44 SCORE BY QUARTERS Wllkamsburg   —12 24 18 13 - 07 Mount Union...........................17    7    12 8 - 44 J-potot goal* WtfUMiutourg 5 (Graham 3, ta*tap Martin), Mount Union 5 (Wesson 3, Park. Zook). Record* WMtomsburg (7-11); Mount Union (810). JV Williamsburg. 66-26 High scorers ~(W) Fay 12; (MU) Waiters 9 Juniata Valley 77 Claysburg-Kimmel ....46 CLAYSBURG - Juniata Valley knocked down 14 3-point field goals, including eight by Justin Borst, to beat winless Claysburg-Kimmel. Borst scored 26 points, while Corey Lightner added 22. Bruce Helsley led the Bulldogs with 15. JUNIATA VALLEY (77): Lightner 9 1-3 22, Borst 8 2-2 26. Glides 1 1-2 3, Hall 2 0-0 4. Gal towny 2 2-2 7, Walker 1 1-2 3. Basil 0 1-2 I, Survey 2 2-3 9, Irvin I OO 2 Total* - 24 10-16 77. CLAYSBURG-KIMMEL (46): Helsley 5 1-2 IS. Hale I 6-9 8. Detroit 3 0-2 6. lachini 0 0-20. Weyandt 7 1-3 15, Sybert I 0-1 2. Total# - 17 8-19 46    _ SCORE BY QUARTERS Juniata Valley  ................—24 IS 19 19 - 77 Claysburg-Kimmel...................7    14 1313 — 47 3 pomt goals Juniata Valley 14 (Lightner 3, Borel 8. Galloway, Burkey); Clayaburg-Kimmei Record* * Juniata Valley (8-11); Claysburg Klmmel (0-18). JV: Juniata Valley. 68-22. High scorers -N. Burkey. JV 23 Dehofl. CK, 7. Moshannon Valley ....63 Curwensville..............43 HOUTZDALE — Moshannon Valley placed four players in double figures and trimmed Curwensville in a Moshannon Valley League game. Michael Baughman scored 16 points, Luke Martin added 14, and Matt Mills and Chris Wulderk netted 12 apiece for Mo Valley, which improved to 8-12 overall and 3-5 in the conference Bart McGary’s IO points led Curwensville. CURWENSVILLE (43): Catalano I WI I, Sopfc J 09 8 Mc Gary 5 09 IO, Barrett I 39 5, Anderson 0 0-0 0 Howell 3 0-0 9, Horton 0 09 0. Mayhaw I 09 3, McDonald 0 09 0. Totals -17 39 43 MOSHANNON VALLEY (63) Baughman 5 39 16, MMta 4 49 12. Kephari 0 39 3, Widder* 6 09 12. Martin 6 2-2 14. Gmerefc 0 IM) 0, Pleakonko 2 2-3 6 Total* - 23 14-21 83. SCORE BY QUARTERS Curwensville .......J    7 9 Ii - 43 Moshannon Valley ,....-—.12    14 16 21 - 64 3-point goal* Curwensville 6 I Sop* 2. Howell J, May hew): Moshannon Valley 3 (Baughman 3). Records Moshannon Valley (8-12 overall 39 In lh* Moshannon Valley League) JV Moshannon Valley. 48-29. High acor-ers-Ken Gats* MV. 20 Craig Barbed, C, 9. Bellefonte...................59 Tyrone........................55 TYRONE — Despite outscoring the Red Raiders, 21-6, in the third quarter, it wasn’t enough for the Golden Eagles in their Mountain Athletic Conference setback to Bellefonte. Tad Chamberlain and Leonard Wilson each scored 15 points to lead Tyrone. BELLEFONTE (St) Smith 319 9, Santa 4 3-3 11. Johnson 3 79 13, WtHtam* 5 2-2 13. Jamss4 39 12, ThalO 1-2 I. Total* -19 17-24 59 TYRONE (56) Wilson 5 2-2 15, Crabtree 2 6 2 4. Hershberger J 2-2 8. Chambertin 7 1-2 15, Clark5OO ll Cod* I 0-0 2. Haney 0090. Bari 0 89 0 Total* - 24 59 55 SCORE BY QUARTERS Bentonia_______  JO    16    6 17 - 68 Tyrone ...........—..............IO 12 21 12 - 55 3-potnt goal* Bentonia 4 (Smith 2, William* Jam**) Tyrone 2 (Wiaon, Clark). Record* Badetont* (13-3); Tyrone (119). JV: Tyrone aion. High acor ar* - NA. LOCAL DIGEST All state soccer player Young added to Altoona’s Wall of Fame The Altoona Area High School Wall of Fame is getting a new addition. Anthony Young will have his picture added to the AAHS Wall of Fame in recognition of his selection to the first team all-state boys soccer team. Young, a senior captain, knocked in 15 goals and had 18 assists last season for the Mountain Lions, which posted a 14-6-1 record and finished in second place in the District 6 AAA tournament. “Anthony is an outstanding student* athlete,” said Altoona coach Dave Alexander. “He is not only an outstanding soccer player, but is one of the top students in his class ” A four-year starter, Young earned the team most valuable player honors last fall. He was a first-team Mountain Athletic Conference selection as a junior and senior j and a second team selection as a sophomore. 1 Young plans to Young attend either the University of Pittsburgh or Bloomsburg University and major in nursing/anesthesia. Young was presented with a trophy recognizing his all-state selection at a recent meeting of the school board. Roosevelt loses on the road CHAMBERSBURG - Nathan McMillen’s game high nine points helped Chambersburg slip past visit ing Roosevelt, 37-33, in junior high school boys’ basketball action on Wednesday. Roosevelt, which lost for just the second time in 17 games, was led by Stephan Skelley’s seven points. Chambersburg moved to 10-8. ROOSEVELT (33): Robert* 6, Perry 3. Beck** 3, Burkett 3, Skalley 7. HarteMetd 6, Roeach 2. Manes* 3. CHAMBERSBURG (37) Eby 6, Cum* «, McMillan •, Purvis 4 Miller 3. Peoples 5. Deiouy 2, Wiseman 1. Records Roosevelt (15-2), Chambersburg (109). Tussey Mountain girls prevail SAXTON - Alex Stoudnour scored IO points and Krista Swope followed with nine points as the Tussey Mountain junior high school girls’ basketball team knocked off Hyndman, 41-22, on Wedesday. HYNDMAN (22): Shoemaker IO. Wdkaon 8, Emeries 2. Diehl 2 TUSSEY MOUNTAIN (41): Zimmerman 2, Stoudnour IO, Swope 9, Kaminsky 8 Claycomo 2, Brod* 4, William* 4 Record* Tueaey Mountain (10-1). Correction Ashley Bde vane scored two points for the Penn State Altoona women’s basketball team in Tuesday night’s game against Pitt Greensburg The informa tion was incorrectly reported in Wednesday’s Mirror. Mientkiewicz sent to Mets; ball stays NEW YORK Doug Mientkiewicz is bringing his good glove to the New York Mets. The ball is going to Boston, at least for a year. The Mets acquired the former Gold Glove first baseman from the Red Sox on Wednesday for minor league first baseman Ian Bladergroen. The 30-year-old Mientkiewicz won the 2001 AI, Gold Glove with Minnesota and caught the final out of Boston’s World Series sweep of St. Ix>uis last October, the first Series title for the Red Sox since 1918. He kept the ball, which the Red Sox want back. Mientkiewicz said Boston asked to have it for one year, he intends to comply and the sides expect to reach an agreement within days. He caught the ball when it was thrown to him by pitcher Keith Foulke in St. Louis on Oct. 27. “There was never a fight, there was never words exchanged. It was very cordial. and we worked something out,’’ he said. Elsewhere in baseball: ■ Cuban infielder Yunlesky Betancourt agreed Wednesday to a four-year contract with the Seattle Manners worth S2.826.0CX3. bolstering the team s depth at shortstop The 22-year-old Betancourt fled Cuba on a raft in July 2003. The 5-foot-10,190-pound shortstop wound up in Mexico, where he has lived since Jamal Lewis gets four months in jail ATLANTA — Baltimore Ravens running back Jamal I*ewis was sentenced to four months in prison Wednesday for using a cell phone to try to set up a cocaine deal about 4 G years ago. The penalty, worked out with prosecutors in October, should allow Lewis to return to the Ravens well before the start of the 2005 season. At most, he could miss the opening of training camp. He also will spend two months in a halfway house and perform SOO hours of community service following his prison term. Elsewhere in football: ■ The Detroit Lions hired Ted Tonner as offensive coordinator on Wednesday, reuniting hmn with Lions head coach Steve Marluccl The 64-year-old Tonner replaces Sherman Lewis who retired after the 2004 regular season ■ BenJarvus Green-EIHa, Indiana's leading rusher the past two seasons, is leaving the football program New coach Terry Hoeppner announced Wednesday that Green-Bis has withdrawn from classes and might transfer lo another school ■ A former high school coach told a federal jury Wednesday that he got offers of money, a fib and free law school for his wife before he accept ad a $150,000 payoff to steer his best player to sign with Alabama Lynn Lang the former head coach at Trezevant High School, testified (or the second day at the trial of Logan Young, a Memphis miikon-atre who is on trial on federal bribery and money laundering charges Lang is awatfcng sentencing on a gulfy plea to racketeering conspiracy NHL labor talks end with hope TORONTO - There is no secret that time is running out to save the hockey season. How the NHL and the players’ assoc iation are working to prevent that has become a very big mystery. Representatives from both sides met for about 5 Mi hours in small groups for the third time in a week on Wednesday. AU that is known about the meeting is that it took place some where in Toronto. The location was kept secret, and neither side would reveal what was discussed or if any progress was matte The only news that came out was that more talks wUl tx* held soon Elsewhere in sports: ■ Duffy Waldorf rotted rn ergot brr dei putts didn't make a bogey and sui had loti of company atop the leaderboard Waldorf •> 8 under M rn Wednesdays opening round of Vie Bob Hope Chrysler Class* was only good enough to put him m a fiveway tie tor the lead Fred Funk Robert Damron Ted Purdy and Joe OgMvie also opened tie tv® day tournament with 64s The Associated Press