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February 19th, 2015
CLARION â€” With the two-day District 9 Individual Wrestling Championships reduced to one day for the AAA classifications, the Chucks wrestlers, who would have been opening the tournament tonight had District 4 not removed itself from the tournament, will spend today making one final round of preparations.
For a full preview of the brackets, see Friday's print edition of The Spirit, and for results from the bout, check out Monday's edition.
The Punxsutawney Area High School wrestling team honored its seniors prior to Tuesday's match against Bradford â€”Â a match the Chucks won 53-18.
Pictured here are the seniors with their families (from left): Tristen Herndon, Walter Foster, Perry Arrington, Austin Covatch, Keegan Fisher and Travis Perry.
For a full recap, see Wednesday's print edition of The Spirit.
Tonight's PAHS schedule includes:
â€¢ JV/Varsity Boys' Basketball vs. DCC, 6/7:30 p.m. (Senior Night)
â€¢ JV/Varsity Girls' Basketball at Clarion, 6/7:30 p.m.
Each week we will be taking a look at the best games around the country.
Arizona State (12-11) 81
(#6) Arizona (20-3) 78
The Arizona Wildcats traveled to Tempe to face in state rival Arizona State for what they expected to be an easy game. Arizona State came into the game at the bottom of the PAC 12 at 3-6 in conference play. The Sun Devils came out firing as they shot 50% from the field (26/52) and 46.7% from 3 (7/15). Guard Bo Barnes paced the Sun Devils with 18 points including a perfect 8 for 8 from the charity stripe.
(#8) Kansas (19-4) 62
Oklahoma State (16-7) 67
Punxsy won the final six bouts in Thursday night's wrestling match at Marion Center to come from behind and pick up a 45-36 victory over the Stingers on their Senior Night in Marion Center.
For a full recap â€” plus stories from the girls' basketball game at DuBois and the junior high wrestling match at Marion Center â€” see Friday's print edition of The Spirit.
In this Jan. 15 file photo, Punxsyâ€™s Perry Arrington battles for position
against Redbank Valleyâ€™s Keshon Truitt. Wednesday, Arrington got the
Chucks off to a fast start with a victory by fall at Hollidaysburg, but in the end, Punxsy fell in a close match, 42-39.
Punxsy returns to the mat Thursday with another road contest â€” this time a bit closer, at Marion Center.
Thursday's schedule also includes the junior high basketball teams traveling to Ridgway, and the Lady Chucks playing at DuBois Area Middle School.
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The Lady Chucks earned a season sweep of the Brookville Lady Raiders on Tuesday with a 56-36 victory. Punxsyâ€™s offense was firing on all cylinders, with three players â€” including Nicole DiPietro (pictured here), Jensen Constantino and Hope Bridge â€” reaching double digits, and the points coming from the inside and outside.
For a full recap from the game, see Wednesday's print edition of The Spirit.
All PAHS teams are idle today, but Wrestling will host St. Marys on Thursday, when junior high boys' basketball will also host Ridgway.
On Defend Against Cancer Night at PAHS, the Lady Chucks turned up the defensive pressure to match the eveningâ€™s theme en route to a 57-39 victory over DuBois.
Pictured here, Alyssa Reitz (right) and Hope Bridge clamp down on the defensive end in the paint as Anna Horner (back, right) looks to help.
Bridge also had a big night offensively, scoring 22 points.
For a full recap, see Friday's print edition of The Spirit.
Friday's PAHS athletics schedule includes the following:
â€¢ 7/8/9 Boys' Basketball at DuBois, 4 p.m.
â€¢ JV/Varsity Boys' Basketball at DuBois, 6/7:30 p.m.
The Lady Chucks and Chucks basketball teams, in addition to the wrestling squad, were all in action on Tuesday night in Punxsutawney. Unfortunately for Punxsy, all three fell to their opponents.
For full recaps from the games, see Wednesday's edition of The Spirit.
Today's schedule includes no varsity meets, with the junior high players taking center stage:
â€¢ 7/8/9 Boys' Basketball vs. Altoona, 4 p.m. (4:15 p.m. for 9th)