Jr. high football
Beaty's seventh-grade football team defeated Eisenhower, 15-0, on Wednesday.
Beaty led 2-0 in the second quarter on a safety, and 8-0 after Seth Baldensperger added a three-yard TD plunge.
Beaty held the ball for all but 22 seconds in the third quarter. In the fourth, Colbin Constable's 55-yard touchdown run put Beaty ahead 14-0 and Tyler Gillotti added the extra-point.
Beaty held Ike to negative-19 yards offensively. Defensive standouts included Constable, Tristan Davis, Connor Schultz, and Derick Nowacki. Davis and Nowacki had tackles for losses, Nowacki's led to the safety.
Constable finished with 76 yards rushing for Beaty (1-0), and teammate Gillotti 52 and Davis 48.
Beaty's seventh-graders next play Wednesday, Sept. 28, at Corry.
Jr. high cross
Here are the results from Beaty's junior high cross country tri-meet with Seneca and Fort LeBoeuf held Tuesday prior to the start of the varsity event:
Boys: 2. Nic Allen (B) 9:51, 3. Blake Ristau (B) 10:01, 6. Ryan Skerda (B) 10:19, 7. Mark Reiff (B) 10:44, 10. James Sturdevant (B) 10:46, 14. Clark Eason (B) 10:56, 17. Griff McTavish (B) 11:07, 19. Jason Waterfield (B) 11:24, 20. Will Bablak (B) 11:29, 26. Tristan Boger (B) 12:12, 27. Reed Swanson (B) 12:23
Girls: 3. Taylor Rosenberg (B) 12:45, 5. Natalie Peterson (B) 13:41
Here are the results from Eisenhower's and Youngsville's junior high cross country tri-meet with Harbor Creek Tuesday prior to the varsity event:
Boys: 1. Bobby Bower (Y) 10:50, 2. Tanner Burns (Y) 10:56, 4. Graham Johnson (E) 11:12, 6. Derek Lasecki (E) 11:29, 8. Nathen Carr (Y) 11:59, 11. Ian Proctor (Y) 13:44, 16. Michael Stover (Y) 17:45
Girls: 1. Kate Daugharthy (E) 12:12, 2. Hannah Morris (Y) 12:14, 3. Brook Messenger (Y) 12:16, 4. Lydia Swartzbaugh (Y) 12:40, 5. Leigh Fehlman (Y) 12:41, 6. Kimmie Lindstrom (Y) 13:30, 7. Jocelyn Courtney (E) 13:42, 8. Madi Hultman (E) 14:24, 9. Sabrina Long (E) 14:29, 11. Tiffany Haney (Y) 15:49, 12. Hannah Bortz (E) 16:44
The Eisenhower High School cross country team will host an intersquad and Alumni race at 9 a.m. Saturday, October 8 at Eisenhower High School. The intersquad event will be one lap while the Alumni race will be a complete 5K. Alumni not interested in running are still encouraged to attend and participate.
Jr. high hoops
Beaty's eighth-grade girls basketball team improved to 8-0 with a 40-11 win over Titusville on Tuesday at Titusville. For Beaty, Paige Wilson had 10 points, Mackenzie Boice eight, Deanna Hahn seven, and Abby Daley, Kaitlin Sedon and Claudia Olson four each, Abby Russ, and Lizzy Marsh one.
Beaty's seventh-graders fell, 27-22. For Beaty, Kathryn Lobdell had eight, Maddie Loutzenhiser and Rachel Cecco four each, and Megan Wortman, Haley Tuller and Miranda Jenkins two each.
Beaty hosts Meadville on Thursday.
Youngsville Red defeated Rocky Grove, 32-12, on Tuesday. For the Eagles, Elyssa Horn had 16 points, Allison Ishman eight, Kathy Sveda had five points, Morgan Josephson two, and Julia Bailey one.
Youngsville White won, 20-9. Sveda, Josephson and Ishman had four each, Skyla Ohl two, Aspen Flinn two, Hannah Bullard two, and Bailey two. Rockael Jamieson played well at forward.
The STARS travel baseball team, with players from Warren County, defeated teams from both the Mercyhurst Prep and Cathedral Prep areas in a single-elimination Tri-State Fall Travel Baseball League playoffs on Sunday.
In the opener at Mercyhurst Prep High School, Cameron McIntosh had three hits, Jason Stanton doubled and Eddie Dorunda got the win in a 7-2 win over 'Hurst Prep.
Later Sunday. Jamestown, N.Y.'s Kyle Emerson threw a seven-inning shutout, and Carter Cerra had three hits and three RBI, in a 5-0 STARS win over Cathedral Prep. Dorunda added two hits for STARS, which is one of four teams remaining out of 13. STARS next plays Harborcreek on Sunday.