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April 17th, 2012
The Elk County Catholic Lady Crusaders softball team came out of the gate swinging and coupled with a brilliant pitching performance from Taylor Schlimm cruised to a big win over the Kane Lady Wolves.
The visitors got a big lift as leadoff batter Jessie Ginter just cleared the right field fence for a solo home run. The next two batters were retired before Schlimm reached on an error and Lyndsey Trumbull followed with another home run to push the lead to 3-0.
Kane pitcher Kyla Hoag was able to regroup and get the third out with a big strikeout.
The Elk County Catholic Crusader baseball team withstood a four-run first inning by the Kane Wolves Tuesday afternoon at Berwind Park as they rebounded for a 13-7 victory over the Wolves.
Kane jumped out to the 4-0 lead after the top of the first inning. Elk Catholic responded with three runs of their own in the home half of the inning. The Crusaders would score four in the second, five in the third and one in the fourth for a 13-4 lead. Kane scored two in the fifth and one in the seventh making the final score 13-7.
The Ridgway trap team traveled to Kane and came away with a 2-shot victory in a tightly contested match. Top shooters were Reid Thompson from Kane with a 24-25 and Jared Casola 24-25. It was a good day for Kane as they shot eight points better than the first match.
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The Kane Lady Wolves found the going tough in the first quarter as a scrappy Brockway team was able to create turnovers and keep Kane from scoring easy buckets but the home team eventually earned a 52-37 win.
Kane held a slim 2-point lead after the first quarter. The second quarter would prove to be much better asÂ Kane was able to break the pressure defense and have a big 18-point quarter and take a 12-point lead into halftime.
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The Kane Lady Wolves came out a little flat and the DuBois Central Catholic Lady Cardinals kept fighting before Kane hit some crucial free throws at the end of the game to seal the win, 38-34.
Kane fought out early on that the Lady Cardinals were here for a game. The LadyÂ Wolves seemed to have the game under control but the scrappy LadyÂ Cardinals kept inching their way and only trailed 25-23 after three quarters. They were able to limit Kane to only two field goals and one free throw in the third period.
Kane girls basketball picked up a 59-35 road victory over Ridgway Wednesday night at Ridgway Area High School.
The Lady Wolves (14-5) were led by a trio of double-digit scorers. Kaila Jamerson led Kane with 19 points while Audrey Perry finished with 17. Nerissa Rich finished with 14 points, eight in the fourth quarter.
The Lady Elkers (0-18) hung around with the Lady Wolves for the first three quarters as Kane held a 40-30 lead entering the final eight minutes.
Christine Schauer hit a field goal early in the quarter to cut the margin to eight.
Undefeated Ridgway scored an easy 64-33 win Wednesday over Kane.
Prior to the start of the game Kane honored seniors Pete Sirianni, John Bedford and Tyler Laurie.
When the game got started the Kane Wolves played maybe their best first quarter of the year as they held the high-powered Ridgway Elkers in check and trailed only 11-10.
The Elkers' continual pressure got to Kane and they were able to get things in gear and scored 53 points the other three quarters to ease their way to victory.
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JOHNSONBURG â€“ Kane had the game's highest scorer by one point Monday night but the Johnsonburg Rams took care of the rest in an 81-54 victory in the Paper City.
The visiting Wolves were fueled by sophomore forward Jeffrey Kocjancic's game-high 23 points but it wasn't enough to overcome a trio of Johnsonburg Rams scoring in double figures.
Senior Mitchell Holmberg and sophomore Cameron Grumley finished with 22 and 21 points, respectively, while sophomore Cole Peterson contributed 13 points to the winning effort.
The Kane Lady Wolves picked up a much needed win over a familiar foe in the Johnsonburg Ramettes,
Kane held Johnsonburg to only five points in the first quarter and 12 for the half and was able to carry that to a hard fought 45-38 win. The Ramettes scored 17 in the first quarter in Johnsonburg earlier in the month and held off a late flurry by the Lady Wolves to win that one, 46-42.