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BROCKWAY â€“ The Kane Wolves overcame a 17-point deficit in Friday nightâ€™s game in Brockway to win a battle of 3-0 teams. The Wolves trailed 31-14 early in the third quarter before the defense made some adjustments and the Kane offense took control of the game in the second half on their way to posting an improbable 35-31 win over the Rovers.
The Kane Lady Wolves hosted the Johnsonburg Ramettes in volleyball action on Thursday night and survived a marathon, five-set match. The Lady Wolves took game one by a score of 25-22, lost the second by a score of 25-15, won the third 30-28, lost the fourth set 25-19, and won the fifth 17-15.
The Kane boysâ€™ soccer team finished off a tough week on Thursday afternoon with a 7-2 loss to the Port Allegany Gators. After losing 3-2 to Ridgway on Monday in double overtime and losing to St. Marys on Tuesday, the Wolves closed out their week on Thursday afternoon.
While the middle school boysâ€™ team fell to DuBois Tuesday at home 21-39, the varsity boys team advanced to 5-0 on the season, managing a slim 27-28 victory.
The Elk County Catholic Lady Crusader soccer team picked up their second win of the season on Wednesday afternoon as they defeated the visiting Kane Lady Wolves 4-2 in a match played at Benzinger Park.
LUDLOW -- Lori Moore of Ludlow finished her first marathon race-- the Erie Marathon held Sunday at Presque Isle State Park.
The St. Marys Dutchmen boysâ€™ soccer team dominated a weary Kane team on Tuesday afternoon on the Wolvesâ€™ home field. The Dutchmen scored twice in the first 25 minutes and added three more second half goals to leave McKean County with the 5-0 win.
RIDGWAY â€“ The Lady Elkers scored the first three points of the match, two points coming on Dani Shirey tips. Ridgway scored three straight points on two Kane errors and a Mandie Leithner kill. After the teams split the next four points, the Lady Wolves and Lady Elkers exchanged 3-0 runs to leave Ridgway up 11-7. At 15-11, the Lady Elkers scored three straight points on a Leithner kill and two Gabby Wolff aces which left Ridgway ahead 18-11. Kane cut the margin to 21-17 and 24-20 but a hit out of bounds ultimately gave Ridgway the first set, 25-21.
The Kane Wolves boysâ€™ soccer team led for most of the game but the visiting Ridgway Elkers tied the game up late in regulation and found the back of the net with two minutes left in the second overtime period to escape Kane with the 3-2 win.
The St. Marys Area Lady Dutch soccer team got back into the win column on Monday afternoon by shutting out the Kane Lady Wolves 3-0 in a match played at the SMAHS soccer field.