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Altoona Mirror (Newspaper) - December 22, 1986, Altoona, Pennsylvania Altoona Mirror, Monday, December 22, 1986 Page D3 mr*- * \ '//b •> ' ^ Good position Mirror photo bv Gary M. Baranec IG’S TRISH RILEY (24) tries to box out Swissvale’* Adrianne :onnell Saturday night during Lady Marauders’ 71*26 victory, iuilfoyie improved its record to 4-1. Tune up Bishop Guilfoyle girls blow out Swissvale, 71-26 By Regis Donnelly Mirror Sports Correspondent For most people, the holidays are traditionally a time to relax. How-ever, for the Bishop Guilfoyle Lady Marauders, this holiday season will hardly be the time to kick back. Starting Tuesday, BG will have to play Marion Center, which was last year's District 6, Class AAA runnerup, and then six days later will have to gear up for its tournament which features the likes of South Williamsport. Butler and Western from Baltimore, which is ranked number four in the country by USA Today. The next three games should present the stiffest challenge that Guilfoyle has had to face in the young season, and if Saturday night's 71-26 victory over Swissvale is any indication, BG should be able to hold its own in those upcoming games. “We have three giant tasks in front of us,” said Guilfoyle Coach John Frederick. “This (win) was a great lead in because I thought we put our game together.” On Saturday, Guilfoyle totally dominated a Swissvale team that lost just one starter from last year's P1AA playoff team. “We feel we pounded a pretty good team tonight,” said Frederick. “I think beating a poor team is one thing, but beating a respectable team is different, and we feel good about it. “We pounded them on the boards and they are a big team,” added Frederick, whose team outre-bounded the Flashes 62-42. "We were careful with the ball. We committed only 15 turnovers and forced them to commit 27. With a ratio like that we feel happy.” Guilfoyle took command of the game from the beginning. The Lady Marauders led after the first quar ter 17-7, and then increased that rrtargin to 26 points, 40-14, at the half. The majority of the problem for Swissvale was its inability to get its offense untracked. ”We attribute a lot of that to Guilfoyle’s good defense,” said Swissvale Coach Greg Smith. “Many times we got the ball into our big girl, but she couldn’t make them. It was great defense, so give all the credit to Guilfoyle.” In the third quarter, Swissvale experienced a scoring drought. After hitting a bucket in the opening minutes of the second half, the Flashes didn’t score again until the opening minutes of the fourth quarter. In the fourth, Swissvale managed just IO points. Meanwhile, the Lady Marauders scored 18 and 13 points respectively in the final two quarters. “We are a few light-years away from BG’s level,” admitted Smith. “This was a good experience for us and hopefully we can profit from it." One area that Frederick was not pleased with was his team's foul shooting. Guilfoyle shot ll-for-27 from the line. “We need to start making our foul shots and improving our inside game,” Frederick said. “We’re still missing easy shots that we shouldn’t be.” GAME NOTES: BG upped its record to 4-1 ... Swissvale is 6-4 ... The Lady Mauraders were led in scoring by Trish Riley’s 15 points while Julie Leipold added 13 ... Gretchen Hess was Swissvale^ top scorer with nine ... Leipold was the game's high rebounder with 17 ... Guilfoyle shot 39 per cent (30-77) from the floor while Swissvale shot 23 per cent (10-43) ... Louise “Weeze" Gates led BG with 5 assists ... Junior Amy Carroll missed Saturday’s game due to a severe bout with the flu ... She was in the hospital suffering from dehydration ... Kris Willnecker suffered a head injury in the first quarter, but returned to action in the second half... Sophomores Sandi Clossin (2) and Amy Kauffman (2) scored their first points as varsity players... The Guilfoyle jayvees remained undefeated (5-0) with a 52-21 win ... Kauffman was the game’s high scorer with 16 points. Swissvale (21): Hess 4 1*9 9, Smith 2 2-2 6, Connell I 2-4 4, Mitchell 2 0-0 4, Sullivan I 0-1 2, Tomasic 0 1-3 I, Price 0 0-2 0, Siko 0 0-10, Foote 0 0-0 0. Totals— IO 6-22 26. Bishop Guilfoyle (71): Riley 7 1-6 15, Leipold 5 3-9 13. Gates 3 2-2 8. Ehgartner 3 1-3 7, Crouse 3 0-0 6, Karstetter 3 0-0 6, Auerbeck 2 1-1 5, Alehouse I 1-2 3. Sullivan I 0-1 2. Rahm I 0-1 2, Clossin I 0-0 2, Kauffman 0 2-2 2, Willnecker 00-00, DiSabato 0 0-0 0. Totals—30 11-27 71. Score by quarters Swissvale.................... 7    7    2    IO    26 Bishop Guilfoyle  17 23 18 13 71 JV: Bishop Guilfoyle 52-21 Officials: Bob Buck, Bill Strasser Panek sparks Carroll victory EBENSBURG — Bishop Carroll’s Sue Panek scored 16 of her 26 points in the third quarter to ignite a 33-point explosion that helped carry the Lady Huskies past Purchase Line 73-55 in a non-league girls’ basketball game Saturday night. Carroll (4-1) erased a four-point halftime deficit with a 33*6 third-quarter explosion to take a commanding 61-38 lead going into the fourth quarter. The winners came out of the locker room at halftime and went on a 12-0 spree to erase Purchase Line’s 32-28 advantage. “We came out and started playing like we're capable of playing,” said Bishop Carroll Coach Deb Yesenosky. "We were just as flat as a pancake in the first half.” Panek, a 6-foot junior guard, shared game-high scoring honors with Purchase Line’s Carla Krolick, who was joined in double figures by teammates Sharon Bricken with 14 points and Bethh Fyock with ll. “We’re getting balanced performances from Panek in every aspect of her game,” said Yesenosky. “She’s averaging double figures in rebounding as a guard and she’s averaging five assists and four steak. She’s shooting really well, Panek leads Carroll in scoring with a 21.4 average. , Purchase Line (55): Fyock I 9-11 ll. Smith 0 0-1 0, Krolick ll 4-6 26. Brickel! 5 4-10 14. Peles I 2-3 4. Cassidy 0 0-0 0, Bingaman 0 0-0 0. Totals—18 19-31 55. Bishop Carroll (73): Panek 12 2-2 26. Hines 3 0-1 6, Mazur 2 0-0 4, Zakrzwski 2 1-3 5. Byrne 2 2-2 6. Rylke 20-14,    Bentley 4 0-0 8. Arpino 3    0-0    6,    Hodge    3    0-0 6, Brannigan I 0-0 2, Oyaski 0 0-0 0, Cunningham 0 0-0 0. Lee 0 0-0 0. Totals—34 5-9 73- Score by quarters Purchase Line............. IO 22    6    17 55 Bishop Carroll....... ..... IO 18 33    12 73Central Cambria rules own tourney EBENSBURG — Homestanding Central Cambria scored 133l/2 and outdistanced Cambria Heights (88»4) Saturday to capture the ninth annual Red Devil wrestling tournament. Portage finished a close third to Cambria Heights with 88 points. Other area teams, Everett and Penn* Cambria, placed eighth and ninth, respectively. Central Cambria had three champions — Seth DeYulis (138), Dan Lythgoe (167) and Phil DeLosh (185). Johnstown Vo-Tech was the only other team to have three champions. “I was very pleased with my wrestlers," said Central Cambria Coach Tom Vaux. “Seven of 12 wrestlers placed first, second, or third and we scored tournament points in all but one class.” Everett had two champions — Jeff Foor (119) and Jeff Clark (155). The other area champion was Bill Kargo of Portage (98). The outstanding wrestler of the tournament was Ron Raskowski of Johnstown Vo-Tech who took the 132-pound title. The fast fall award went to heavyweight Ray Wyrwas of Central Cambria, who recorded a fall in 21 seconds. Central Cambria also took first in the jayvee competition with 163l/2 points. Portage finished a distant second with 74 points. Following are the results involving area wrestlers. Team scoring and key: I, Central Cambria, CC, 133ft; 2, Cambria Heights, CH, 81 ft; 3, Portage, P, 88; 4. United. U, 79; 5. Johnstown Vo-Tech, VT. and Rockwood, R, 73ft; 7, Everett, E. 69ft; 8. Penn Cambria, PC, 53ft. Finals: 18— Bill Kargo, P, tech. fall Todd Neibauer, CC, 5:41. 105—Phil Elliott, VT, dec. Travis Karns, E, 10-6. 112 —George Coutts. VT, pinned Kevin Zimmerman, P, 5:09. Ill—Jeff Foor, E, pinned Darren Lewis, PC, 1:51. 129— Kevin Phillip. R, dec. Matt Luther, CH. 10-7. 138—Seth DeYulis, CC. dec. Joe Bufagna, U, 11-7. 145-Rick Shaffer. R, dec. Wes Leach, E, 14-11. 155—Jeff Clark. E, maj. dec. Tim Samarco, CH. 9-1. 197—Dan Lythgoe, CC, dec. Jim Kline, CH. 10-3. 185—Phil DeLosh, CC, pinned Matt Sherbine, P, 1:48. Consolations—105—Dan Carney. PC. dec. Mike Harteis, CC. 3-0. 112—Pat Little, CH, maj. dec. Brian Lonas, U, 12-2. 119— Jim Tsikalas. CC, maj. dec. Kevin Lato, CH. 9-0. 129—Rich Bauer, CC. dec. Brett Sossong, P, 2-0. 132—Ron McKillip. U, dec. Jim Smiley, CC, 3-2 (OT). 138—John Rizzo. CH. dec. Jim Hange, R, 5-4 (OT). 145—Lee Wyland, PC, pinned Rick Garshnick. U, 3:29. 155-Rick Sendzik, P. dec. Sam DelGrande, PC, 2*0. 197—George Bishop, lf, dec. Erie Sherbine, P. 2-0. 185-Troy Stiffler, U, maj. dec. Mike Prevost, CH. 13-4. Hwt.—Ray Wyrwas, CC, dec. Darrin Thomas, CH, 3-0. Claysburg beaten CLAYSBURG — The Claysburg-Kimmel High School wrestling team was defeated by Southern Huntingdon 32-29 Saturday night in the dual-meet opener for both teams. RUDOLPH SEZ: GATLING'S GIFTS LITE ME UP! High school wrestling Claysburg held a 29-20 lead after 167-pounder Scott Claar won by decision, but the Bulldogs forfeited at 185 and heavyweight. Claysburg Coach Chris Harr praised junior Lorin Burket, who won at 105 despite weighing only 92 pounds. Southern Huntingdon 32, Claysburg 29 98—Scott Helsel, CK, won by forfeit. 105—Lorin Burket, CK, and Brad Hoi-inger, SH. drew 5-5. 112—Matt Mussleman, CK, won by forfeit. 119— Davin Morgan. SH, dec. Aaron Svitana, 5-2. 126—Rob Grajadea, SH. pinned Mickey Eicher, CK, in 1:28. 132-Scott Dively, CK, won by technical fall over John Shields. SH, at 4:00 (Dively was leading 17-2). 138—Randy Walker, SH, dec. Dave Ody, CK. 7-4. 145—Shane Hobble, SH, won by forfeit. 155—Steve Dively, CK, pinned Mark Stains, SH, at 4:30. 167—Scott Claar, CK. dec. Brett Chapman, SH, 5-1. 185-Rex Shope, SH. won by forfeit. Hwt.—Mike Zinobile, SH, won by forfeit. JV: No match. Tyrone winners WINGATE - Three Tyrone wrestlers captured individual championships at the Bald Eagle Invitational Junior High wrestling tournament. Tyrone placed fifth among the ninth teams Involved. Host Bald Eagle Area took first place followed by Philipsburg-Osceola, State College, Williamsport. Jason Parks (70), Troy Walk (80), and Tim Taylor (125) garnered individual championships for the Golden Eagles. Finishing out the field in order: Mount Union, Lock Haven, Bellefonte. Huntingdon. Roosevelt hwt. champ BEDFORD — Heavyweight Brian Weibley of Roosevelt recorded a pin to garner a championship and lead the Roosevelt Junior High wrestling team to a fourth place finish at Bedford Junior High Wrestling Tournament. Weibly pinned Troy Brown of Bedford 20 seconds in the second period capture first place. The other area team, Everett, finished seventh in a pool of eight, but three Warriors wrestlers captured first-place honors. Garrett Karns took first at 75, and Shawn Northcraft at 80, and Cory Reffner at 165. Clearfield took first place in the team scoring followed by North Star, Bedford and then Roosevelt. Other Roosevelt wrestlers fared well with Robbie Arthurs finishing second at 105. T.J. Eckles (115), Rob Harris (125), Greg Keller (130), and Steve Kowalski (154) took third. Awards were given to the top three finishers in each weight class. ;