Archive - Sports Article
October 2nd, 2012
The Kane Lady Wolvesâ€™ volleyball team made short work of the visiting Brookville Raiders on Tuesday night in the Wolvesâ€™ Den. Kane head coach Judy Kesslerâ€™s team won in straight sets, 25-10, 25-18 and 25-9 to make an early night of it.
The Lady Wolves jumped out to a 9-3 lead behind kills from seniors Kaila Jamerson and Audrey Perry and aces from Nikki Sicher and Shannon Kocjancic. The home teamâ€™s hitters began to turn it up a notch with kills by Morgan Nicholson and Sicher, along with two back row kills from Perry to close out the game.
The Kane Middle School girlsâ€™ seventh- and eighth-grade basketball teams both won their games Monday afternoon in Sheffield. The seventh-grade team held on for a big win against the Wolverines, 27-22.
The Kane Wolves junior varsity football team scored 22 points, all in the first half, while shutting out the Ridgway Elkers on Monday night at Paul R Miller Stadium.
Logan Zuzek put the Wolves on the scoreboard, grabbing a pass from Jack Kocjancic for an early touchdown. Tyler Blankenship added the two-point conversion, giving Kane an 8-0 lead. Just minutes later, freshman Tyler Rolick ran one in for the Wolves.
BROOKVILLE â€“Â For the second year in a row, Elk County Catholic High School's Kristy Hanes finished in the runner-up spot among the Class AA golfers in the District 9 Girls' Golf Championship, three strokes behind the leader.
The scenario was unfortunately a familiar one for Hanes, who tied for second last year with Union's Larissa Roberts while coming in three strokes behind Redbank Valley's Samantha Dinger.
In this year's event, which was held at Pinecrest Country Club in Brookville, Hanes carded an 88 on the day, while Keystone's Amber Hess shot an 85 to take the title.
The Kane Lady Wolves soccer team played their first game in two weeks on Monday when they hosted the Port Allegany Lady Gators.
The Kane Middle School girls basketball seventh- and eighth-grade teams traveled to St Marys on Friday afternoon to take on Elk County Catholic.
ECCâ€™s eighth-grade team avenged an early season loss to Kane in their tournament by beating the Lady Wolves 25-20. The seventh-grade team lost to the Crusaders by a score of 34-10 in the early game.
CURWENSVILLE â€“ For the second straight week, the Kane Wolves (2-3) played an undefeated AML South rival. For the second straight week, the Wolves fell behind early, fought back and played close for nearly four quarters only to come up short down the stretch. On Friday night at Curwensvilleâ€™s Riverfront Stadium, the Wolves lost 36-20 to the Golden Tide (5-0) to drop to 2-3 on the season.
The Kane Wolves lost a 52-40 shootout to undefeated Brockway last Friday night at Paul R Miller Stadium. The Rovers took the opening kickoff and marched downfield for an early score. The Wolves offense answered back, but that set the tone for the nightâ€”with Brockway going ahead, the Wolves scoring to stay within striking distance. Unfortunately, the Wolves couldnâ€™t keep up with the scoring pace and the Rovers sealed the victory with a touchdown in the final minutes.
The Kane Lady Wolves pushed the undefeated Bradford Lady Owls to the limit on Tuesday night in the Wolvesâ€™ Den. Kane came up on the short end of the five-game match, 25-18, 22-25, 19-25, 25-11, 15-12.
Bradford jumped out to a 3-0 lead in game one before the Lady Wolves rallied behind the serving of Nikki Sicher and the net play of Kaila Jamerson and Taylor Morgan, and led 7-4 before Bradford fought back. The visitors scored 11 of the next 15 points to regain the lead. The Lady Owls finished the game off with the help of a few serve reception errors by Kane.
For a wildlife photographer, the late summer is not too exciting. The wildlife sightings I enjoyed during the springtime are no longer with us. The fox have moved from their dens, bear cubs are quite larger than the little teddy bears Â they were in the spring. The beautiful breeding colors of the spring birds are all but gone. It is a challenge for most nature photographers at this time of year to get that perfect shot. To make matters worse, the leaves will not change for almost a month, late September to early October.