Archive - Sep 7, 2011
Patrick Anderson has proven this summer why he is one of the best pole vaulters in the nation.
With a record number of vaulters, 50 in all and the temperatures above 100, Anderson put together a group of good vaults which brought him home sixth-place honors at the Junior Olympic National Championships in Wichita, Kansas. He started his first attempt at 14'1" and had no trouble clearing it. The bar was then moved to 14'7" with only 24 vaulters left in the competition. Pat cleared it again on his first attempt.
The Kane Boys Golf Team fell to 0 -3 on the season as they were defeated by the Ridgway Elkers. The Elkers Jordan Lundin took home Medalist Honors with a round of 41. Leading the way for Kane was Ryan Greto with a 46. He was followed by Dan Park 49, Austin Woolcock and Koden Thompson 51 and John Bedford 56. Rounding out the scoring for the Wolves was Brendan Sharer with a 61 and Austin Hoag 63. The boys' next match is scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 8 when they host Johnsonburg. Match time is scheduled for 3:30 p.m.
Mary D. Keisling, age 61, of Carnegie, passed away on Saturday, Sept. 3, 2011. Beloved wife of Christopher H. Keisling; loving mother of Lisa Swartwood, Lauri Robinson, Tami Baum, Gina Santavicca, and Casey Keisling; sister of Karen Simons, Bruce Sherwood, Brenda Vaughn, and Charles Sherwood; also survived by six grandchildren, Michael Sivak, Christina Baum, Amanda Zampogna, Cody Baum, Emily Bernhard and Matthew Dean; and three great-grandchildren, Mya Berry, Choloe Baum and Serenity Markert.