Former area high school standouts have big week in PSAC West

Adam Blazek

   November 24, 2014 6:03 pm    0

Three former Erie County high school basketball standouts were honored today for big weeks on the court in the PSAC West. Edinboro redshirt freshman guard Jaymon Mason, a General McLane graduate, was named PSAC West freshman of the week, while Gannon senior guard Adam Blazek was selected as the PSAC West player of the week. Meanwhile, Villa Maria…


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Prep grad Greenawalt closes solid freshman year with Colgate


   November 24, 2014 11:51 am    0

Cathedral Prep graduate Alex Greenawalt turned in a strong final game to a solid freshman season as Colgate closed with a win Saturday. Greenawalt led the Raiders with four receptions and had 59 yards receiving as Colgate beat Bucknell 21-6 in Lewisburg. The 6-foot 3-inch 200-pound wide receiver had a big third quarter to help the Raiders…


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Prep grad Oduho scores TD in final game with Duquesne

Noel Oduho

   November 24, 2014 8:23 am    0

  Cathedral Prep graduate Noel Oduho closed his college career with a touchdown in his final game with Duquesne. His 4-yard touchdown reception in the first quarter opened the scoring in the Dukes’ season-ending 22-0 victory over rival Robert Morris on Saturday. It was the 6-foot 4-inch wide receiver’s only touchdown of the game, but…


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Jones leads Edinboro run to regional title

   November 23, 2014 12:07 am    0

Consider it a warm-up for nationals. The Edinboro women’s cross country team successfully defended its Division II Atlantic Regional title Saturday in Slippery Rock. The Fighting Scots’ Kasey Jones won the 6K race on a snowy Cooper’s Lake Campground course with a time of 22 minutes, 3.2 seconds — more than 30 seconds ahead of…


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Corry’s Cragg duo helps Hobart stay unbeaten

   November 22, 2014 3:59 pm    0

Corry native Mike Cragg has enjoyed a lot of success in his long career as Hobart’s football coach, but this year has been special. Hobart rallied from a 12-0 halftime deficit to beat Ithaca 22-15 today in an NCAA Division III first-round playoff game on its home field in Geneva, N.Y. The Statesmen (11-0), ranked…


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McDowell grad Kimball picks great way to end Mercyhurst career

Colin Kimball, Mercyhurst senior free safety

   November 22, 2014 11:18 am    0

  McDowell graduate Colin Kimball capped a brilliant career with the Mercyhurst football team with an impressive three-game run, including a memorable 100-yard interception return in his final game. The 5-foot 11-inch, 180-pound safety had five interceptions in his final three games as he finished the season with seven. In his final game against Shippensburg…


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IUP’s Stamp torrid early

   November 22, 2014 12:06 am    0

Lindsay Stamp, a senior guard from Mercyhurst Prep, is lighting it up for the Indiana, Pa. women (3-0). Stamp, an all-state player with the Lakers, is averaging 23.3 ppg. while making 22-of-47 shots for the Crimson Hawks, and striking for 28 points in an 83-43 win over Ohio Valley. Stamp is 6-of-15 for 3-pointers. IUP opens…


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Harris sees action for D-1 UMass-Lowell

   November 20, 2014 11:40 pm    0

Cathedral Prep grad Matt Harris is averaging 6.0 points per game after 3 games for Division I University of Massachussetts-Lowell. All of Harris’ points have come from 3-pointers, (6-of-14) for the River Hawks (1-2), who edged Sacred Heart 57-54 for their first victory. The 6-1 Harris averaged 22.3 ppg. for Prep in his senior season…


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Gannon’s Brunelli signs 2 early

   November 20, 2014 11:06 pm    0

Gannon women’s basketball head coach Jim Brunelli recently signed two players during the early signing period. Elissa Ellerbrock (Ottawa, Ohio/Glandorf), a 5-9 guard, and Lauren Tewes (Waterford, Mich./Kettering), a 5-11 forward, will join the Lady Knights for the 2015-16 season. Ellerbrock, a 4-year letter winner, averaged 12 points her first three seasons, and is the team…


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Behrend leads in AMCC Presidents Cup race

   November 20, 2014 8:40 pm    0

Penn State Behrend leads the way in the AMCC Presidents Cup standings after the fall seasons. Behrend is on top with an 89.3 ranking percentage because of fall sport championships in men’s golf, men’s soccer, men’s cross country and women’s soccer. The Lions accumulated 60.75 out of a possible 68 points. Franciscan won the remaining…


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