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September 18, 2013

Scholastic Statistics:

(Continued)

PAC

Geneva 2, Lakeside 0

at Spire

Geneva                      1           1     — 2

Lakeside                     0           0     — 0

SCORING SUMMARY

GENEVA —  Summer Arndt (Hailey Sandlin).

GENEVA —  Brittany Aveni (Dareion Marrison).

n Goalie saves — Geneva — Annaliesa Fistek (5); Lakeside — Kristin Keasling (7).

n Records — Geneva 5-3-1 (2-1 PAC).

n Next matches — Edgewood at Geneva, Thursday (7).

GIRLS GOLF

NON-CONFERENCE

Lakeside 227, Conneaut 229

at Chapel Hills

Back Nine, Par 37

LAKESIDE (227)

Cassie Dunn 51, Toni Stranman 53, Alexis Benedict 58, Taylor Gehring 65, Kaitlyn Kosi 66, Kayla Beckwith 70.

CONNEAUT (229)

Lauren Kareohly 50, Morgan Holtsman 59, Mikayla Herb 63, Jenna Porfilo 67.

n Records — Lakeside 11-4 (9-2 in NEOGCA).

n Next matches — Lakeside vs. Geneva at Chapel Hills, today (3:30).

NON-CONFERENCE

Geneva 193, Perry 230, South 269

at Madison Country Club

Front Nine, Par 37

GENEVA (193)

Danielle Nicholson 34, Abby Scoville 51, Gillian DiPofi 52, Alexa Hutchinson 56, Hannah Pakkala 60, Haley Gruzinski 67.

PERRY (230)

Alissa Miller 49, Lindsey Miller 59, Amanda Brown 60, Madison Duke 62, Shannon Platt 67, Samantha Whelpley 69.

SOUTH (269)

Chelsey Jones 55, Theresa Adams 71, Ashley Jones 71, Sarahh Cummins 72.

n Records — Geneva 13-2 (3-0 in PAC).

n Next Matches — Geneva, Lakeside at Chapel Hills, today (3:30).

BOYS GOLF

NON-CONFERENCE

St. John 200, Harvey 222

at Harbor Golf Club

Front Nine, Par 35

ST. JOHN (200)

Zullo 40, Massucci 41, Taylor 53, M. Fowler 67, Andersen 66, S. Fowler 70.

HARVEY (222)

Zach Baker 45, Jon Basham 51, Dallori Jenkins 57, Frankie Dickinson 69.

n Records — St. John 5-6; Harvey  8-8.

Grand River Acadamy 194, Badger 197

at Bronzewood

Front Nine, Par 34

GRA (194)

Karl Behling 42, Billy Stanning 51, Austin Avt 46, Roman Stimpson 55.

BADGER (197)

Travis Allen 42, Austin Hopkins 55, Chad Carr 50, Joe Smeivik 50.

n Records — GRA 4-1; Badger  7-11.

n Next matches — GRA at St. John, Thursday.

NAC

Pymatuning Valley 172, Bristol 184, Matthews 209

at Bristol

Front Nine, Par 35

PV (172)

Tim Baker 38, Chase Thurber 42, Mitchell Dick 45, Hunter Hayslip 47, Brenton Dick 48, Michell Inman 53.

BRISTOL (184)

NIck Lenney 43, Jon Cibilla 45, Bryce Gaberial 45, Jermey Double 51, Gregg Scott 51, Cody Noga 52.

MATTHEWS (209)

Emily Cohler 47, Ian DeGatan 51, Jordan Brown 55, Bryanna McClurg 56, Tyler Luoma 57, Mariah Hoff 58.

n Records — PV 15-1 (11-1 in NAC); Bristol  6-9 (6-9 in NAC); Matthews 8-10 (8-7 NAC).

n Next matches — Lordstown at Pymatuning Valley, today (3).

TENNIS

NON-CONFERENCE

Geneva 4, Conneaut 1

at Geneva

n 1S — Martina Drugovich (G) def. Amanda Chadwick (C), 6-0, 6-0.

n 2S — Sydney VanHoy (G) def. Makenzie Carraher (C), 6-0, 6-0.

n 3S — Katie Shaw (G) def. Silvia Furman (C), 6-4, 6-1.

n 1D — Carly Kay-Shelby McCartney (C) def. Veronica Ruggeri- Emily Forman (G), 6-2, 7-5.

n 2D — Dani Zapp-Laken Anderson (G) def. Kimmie Jenkins-Marissa Malone (C), 6-0, 6-0.

n Records — Geneva 13-3 (8-0)

n Next matches — Geneva at Mentor, Thursday (4:30)

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