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From start to finish: Tourney was a success

November 10, 2011

PUNXSUTAWNEY — Another five-game schedule packed full of exciting action Thursday night concluded the girls' elementary basketball tournament at Punxsutawney Area High School in style.

Another defensive battle kicked off the final night of the tournament with the fourth- and fifth-grade Knicks defeating the Bulls 12-4.

Cassidy Reed and Grace Aikens led the way for the Knicks' offense with four points, and Mary Schwarz added two points in the winning cause.

Abby Gigliotti and Kylee Shoemaker each had two points for the Bulls.

LOCAL YOUNGSTER BAGS FIRST BUCK

November 10, 2011

Big Run resident Andy Ross bagged this impressive six-point, 128-pound buck at 4:28 p.m. Nov. 9 with a bow and arrow during mentored hunting. The deer was Ross' first of his hunting career.

Three down, one to go; tourney concludes tonight

November 10, 2011

PUNXSUTAWNEY — Wednesday night, the elementary girls' basketball players put the third night of their tournament in the books, leaving just one more night of competition tonight at Punxsutawney Area High School.

Fans and parents who came out to watch Wednesday's games were treated to a variety of styles from shootouts to low-scoring defensive affairs.

In the first game in the fourth- and fifth-grade division, Kate Horner set the pace for the Celtics with 16 points en route to a 20-4 victory over the Lakers.

TWO CHUCKS NAMED UVAS ALL-STARS

November 10, 2011

In this Nov. 2 photo Dan Triponey is seen clearing a ball out of the Punxsy zone during the District IX Championship game against Bradford. Tuesday, Triponey and fellow-senior Tyler Presloid were named to the Upper Allegheny Valley Soccer League All-Star central division team. Brockway junior Phil Esposito was named league MVP, and eight other players were nominated to the team: Ryan Haultman and Zach Puhala of Brockway; Seth Conner, Leland Mowery and Brett Smith of Brookville; and Tyler Anzinger, Jake Herbstritt and Ben Wortman of Elk County Catholic. (Photo by Zak Lantz)

The Zak Zone

November 10, 2011

Last week, I wrote about the competitive nature of athletes coming together and celebrating the opportunity to play again against an old rival.

Unfortunately, I was unable to attend the game, but from what I heard, I missed a good, competitive game.

I was also told that the game got a bit chippy at times, but when the final horn rang, the teams came together in the ultimate show of respect: The mid-field handshake.

 

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