Archive - May 2013 - Sports Article
LUDLOW â€“ Ludlowâ€™s beautiful Wildcat Park will host two fishing derbies this weekend. The first, to be held on Saturday, is a private event sponsored by the Kinzua Fish and Wildlife Association. The second, which is open to the public, will be held on Sunday and is being organized by the Ludlow Community Association, who runs the park.
The Elk County Catholic Crusaders took the trip to Kaneâ€™s Pat Santilli Field on Wednesday to makeup a couple games that were postponed earlier in the season. The visitors used complete games from their starting pitchers and a grand slam in each of the games to win big over the Wolves in Kaneâ€™s finals games of the season.
The DuBois Central Catholic broke open a close game with an 11-run sixth inning to spoil Senior Recognition for the Kane Wolvesâ€™ baseball team. The Wolves, led by seniors Nate Allen, Tyler Burdick, Tyler Ennis, Loren Kumher, Andrew Oâ€™Rourke and Dan Park trailed by only two, 5-3, when the visitors exploded for their big inning. The Cardinals ended up winning the game by a score of 16-3 after six innings at Pat Santilli Field on a cold, misty Tuesday afternoon.
Kyla Hoag was honored prior to Mondayâ€™s game with Ridgway at Szymanski Field in Kane. The Lady Wolvesâ€™ pitcher, along with her five senior teammates, were playing in the final regular home game.
A minute after the last pitch, a storm blew into Smethport bringing with it hail, wind, and rain as the Hubbers and Kane Wolves scattered to find shelter. Although the Wolves had the bases loaded in the top of the seventh, they couldnâ€™t score as Smethport got the win 11-4.
Two Mt. Jewett natives have been hired as new teachers at the Kane Elementary School.
The Kane Wolvesâ€™ baseball team trailed the Smethport Hubbers 10-6 going into the top of the seventh inning before the storm hit. While Mother Nature unleashed terrific winds and driving rain as the game was called, the visiting Hubbers unleashed a barrage at the plate, scoring seven runs before the game was called with the score 17-6.
The Kane Lady Wolves trailed DuBois Central Catholic Lady Cardinals 2-0 going into the bottom of the seventh inning on Wednesday at Szymanski Field. The Lady Wolves rallied to tie it up in the bottom of the seventh and wound up winning in the bottom of the eighth to improve their record to 10-4 on the season.
The Kane boysâ€™ track and field team hosted Johnsonburg and Elk County Catholic on Tuesday afternoon on a cloudy, warm day. The Wolves finished on top, finishing the day with 101 points. Johnsonburg ended up with 46 points, while ECC finished with 42.
The Kane Lady Wolves ended a two-game slide on Monday in a big way, defeating the Sheffield Lady Wolverines by a score of 19-3 in three innings. The Lady Wolves had a bad taste in their mouths after two lopsided losses to Elk County Catholic and Curwensville last week.