Archive - Sports Article
January 23rd, 2013
In my last adventure I was deep in the wilderness in southwestern Alaska. I had flown from Anchorage to a small village called King Salmon. From King Salmon I took a float plane into the heart of Katmai National Park where I would stay for the next two and a half days.
The two teams battled it out in two overtimes with the Rams eventually winning the contest by a score of 46-38.
The Kane Wolvesâ€™ wrestling team hosted the Bradford Owls on Tuesday night but it was a short night for both teams as only four matches were decided on the mat. Kane won three of the four bouts wrestled, with all three coming via pin.
The Elk County Catholic Crusaders held the Kane Wolves to only 11 first half points in Mondayâ€™s game in the Wolvesâ€™ Den. The Wolves played a better second half with the two teams playing pretty evenly the rest of the way but the Crusaders left town with a 59-41 win.
The Elk County Catholic Lady Crusaders used a strong third quarter to outscore the Kane Lady Wolves by a 10-4 margin then played Kane even in the fourth quarter to hold on for a 38-36 victory.
The Kane Cheer Club went to Keystone on Saturday and came home in second place in small varsity and also won the Sportsmanship Award from the entire afternoon session. "It was good to finally get the beginning and end of our routine," said coach Chris Niklaus.
The Kane Lady Wolves hosted Brockway on Friday night and rolled to a 49-22 victory over the Lady Rovers. Kane jumped out to a 15-0 lead and led by 26 midway through the second quarter on their way to the teamâ€™s 12th win of the season.
The Kane seventh grade boys basketball team had a setback against St. Marys Public by a score of 37-24. Getting into the score column for the Wolves were the following players: Wes Cleer 7, Reed Williams 5, Ange Costanzo 4, Ray Maze 3, JT Stewart 3, and Garret Walters with 2 points. James Flemming, Tyler Pacheco, and Joseph Stanko had timely rebounds and efficient defense.
The Kane Lady Wolves used a balanced scoring attack and some tenacious defense to earn a 57-41 win over Brookville on Wednesday night in the Wolvesâ€™ Den.
Kaneâ€™s Joe Bizzak bowled a perfect game on Monday night at the Kane Elks Club.
Bizzak bowls for Crescent Beer in the Elks American League. He opened the night with a 198 game, rolled a 202 game in his second game of the night, and capped off the evening with the 300, to reach a 700 series on the nose.