Roundup: Hickory's Hunyadi, Lakeview girls capture titles at Commodore Perry Invitational

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Sep. 19—Hickory's Tommy Hunyadi captured the boys varsity title and the Lakeview girls won the team championship at Saturday's Commodore Perry Track & Field Invitational.

Hunyadi finished 1st in 17:08 while Simeon Hunter of Conneaut Area was runner-up in 17:33.

Hickory's Caden Riethmiller placed 6th (17:58), Lakeview's Colson Jenkins finished 12th (18:15), Slippery Rock's Viktor Zahn took 17th (18:38), Johnny Bresnan of Reynolds placed 18th (18:39), and Jamestown's Riley Runyon finished 22nd (18:53).

Conneaut Area (73) captured the boys team title, Harbor Creek (110) was 2nd, Ft. LeBoeuf (112) finished 3rd, Hickory (116) placed 4th, and Seneca (188) was 5th.

Lakeview (190) placed 6th, Slippery Rock (263) placed 9th, Reynolds (293) 10th, Wilmington (359) 14th, Sharpsville (378) 15th, Grove City (415) 17th, Jamestown (474) 18th, and Commodore Perry (478) 19th. Kennedy Catholic and Mercer (incomplete teams) also competed.

Lakeview girls (76) copped the team title Saturday while Hickory (90) was 2nd. Slippery Rock (144) finished 4th, Sharpsville (233) was 10th, Reynolds (249) placed 12th, and Commodore Perry (344) was 14th. Jamestown, Kennedy, Mercer, and Wilmington also competed (incomplete teams).

Willow Myers of Mercer led local girls' runners with a 2nd-place finish (20:32). Trinity's Kaylee Foringer captured the title in 20:30. Jamestown's Karis McElhaney (21:06) placed 3rd and Reynolds' Bethany Litwiler (21:34) finished 4th.

Wilmington's Emma Mason (21:41) placed 7th and Ava Shearer (22:04) finished 12th. Lakeview's Kady Alexander (21:42) took 8th, Abby Mellon (22:17) was 14th, and Mikayla Montgomery (22:40) placed 21st.

For Hickory, Christie Boren (21:56) placed 9th, Jillian White (21:59) was 10th, and Izzy Gingras (22:23) finished 19th. Slippery Rock's Tessa Szymanski (22:20) placed 15th.

GIRLS GOLF

Coach Craig Antush's Hickory High girls golf team is in 2nd place after the opening day of the McDowell Invitational at Downing Golf Course in Harborcreek.

The Hornets shot a 238 on Saturday. Hoover (North Canton, Ohio) is in 1st place with a 236.

McKenzie Gustas led Hickory with a 74, Luciana Masters carded an 80, Ava Liburdi shot an 84 and Megan Bull a 106.

Sharpsville's Stacia Fennell shot a 91 and Reynolds' Anna Harpst carded a 92.

Round 2 begins Sunday at 1 p.m.

GIRLS SOCCER

* Wilmington 4, Maplewood 0 — At Guys Mills Saturday, the Region 1 Lady Hounds (4-0) grabbed a win over Region 3 Maplewood.

Wilmington led 2-0 at halftime following goals by Analiese Hendrickson and Reese Walker. Lindsey Martineau and Hendrickson earned assists.

Anna Williams opened the 2nd half scoring on an assist by Sarah Thomas. Ashley Wignall closed out the scoring on a penalty kick.

Taylor Kendall posted the shutout in goal for the Hounds without making a save. Maplewood's Natalie Slagle made 20 saves.

GIRLS TENNIS

* Warren 3, Grove City 2 — At Grove City, the Lady Dragons edged the Eagles in a non-region match on Saturday.

Macy Mattson won at No. 1 singles for Grove City and Emily Williams picked up a win at third singles.

"It was a hard-fought match with lots of close sets and the match came down to a 3-set doubles match that was 7-5 in the third set," said GC Coach Michael Coulter. "It was not the result we wanted, but it was an opportunity for us to be challenged and push us to become better."

Singles: Mattson (GC) def. Sydney Goroni, 6-0, 6-0; Mackenzie Lester (W) def. Katie Feng, 6-4, 6-1; Emily Williams (GC) def. Iris Kiehl, 6-1, 6-3. Doubles: Madalynn Perry-Sydney Cochran (W) def. Cana Severson-Lillian Conger, 6-4, 2-6, 7-5; Sophie Olson-Izzy Heacox (W) def. Jubilee Bandy-Ella West, 6-4, 6-4.

CROSS COUNTRY

COMMODORE PERRY INVITATIONAL

BOYS

Team Standings: Conneaut Area (73), Harbor Creek (110), Ft. LeBoeuf (112), Hickory (116), Seneca (188), Lakeview (190), Trinity (231), Cochranton (243), Slippery Rock (263), Reynolds (293), Brookville (299), Meadville (307), Saegertown (343), Wilmington (359), Sharpsville (378), Titusville (408), Grove City (415), Jamestown (474), Commodore Perry (478), Maplewood (545), Youngsville (557).

Individual Standings: 1. Tommy Hunyadi (Hickory) 17:08; 2. Simeon Hunter (Conneaut Area) 17:33; 3. Ben Schrumpf (Ft. LeBoeuf) 17:41; 4. Logan Byerly (Harbor Creek) 17:43; 5. Max Dillaman (Meadville) 17:45; 6. Caden Riethmiller (Hickory) 17:58; 7. Jordan Kullen (Conneaut Area) 18:01; 8. Chase Miller (Cochranton) 18:04; 9. Calvin Doolittle (Brookville) 18:06; 10. Sam Hetrick (Saegertown) 18:08; 11. Ethan Knapp (Rocky Grove) 18:11; 12. Kyler Woolstrum (Cochranton) 18:17; 13. Dylan Fletcher (Conneaut Area) 18:23; 14. Ben Papson (Trinity) 18:24; 15. Max Dailey (Harbor Creek) 18:27; 16. Viktor Zahn (Slippery Rock) 18:38; 17. Johnny Bresnan (Reynolds) 18:39; 18. Zach Wheeler (Conneaut Area) 18:42; 19. Eli Rhoades (Harbor Creek) 18:44; 20. Peyton Brewer (Harbor Creek) 18:44; 21. Riley Runyon (Jamestown) 18:53; 22. Preston Hove (Ft. LeBoeuf) 18:54; 23. Jackson Bowers (Ft. LeBoeuf) 18:55; 24. Bryce Byram (Ft. LeBoeuf) 19:04; 25. Noah Byun (Grove City) 19:07.

GIRLS

Team Standings: Lakeview (76), Hickory (90), Titusville (107), Slippery Rock (144), Harbor Creek (146), Seneca (157), Trinity (165), Maplewood (196), Conneaut Area (225), Sharpsville (233), Youngsville (241), Reynolds (249), Ft. LeBoeuf (323), Commodore Perry (344).

Individual Standings: 1. Kaylee Foringer (Trinity) 20:30; 2. Willow Myers (Mercer) 20:32; 3. Karis McElhaney (Jamestown) 21:06; 4. Bethany Litwiler (Reynolds) 21:34; 5. Veronca Brewer (Harbor Creek) 21:35; 6. Allie Gladitz (Seneca) 21:39; 7. Emma Mason (Wilmington) 21:41; 8. Kady Alexander (Lakeview) 21:42; 9. Christie Boren (Hickory) 21:56; 10. Jillian White (Hickory) 21:59; 11. Camryn Guffey (Meadville) 22:02; 12. Ava Shearer (Wilmington) 22:04; 13. Julia Bojaczko (Youngsville) 22:07; 14. Abby Mellon (Lakeview) 22:17; 15. Tessa Szymanski (Slippery Rock) 22:20; 16. Paige Fuller (Saegertown) 22:22; 17. Monica Curtis (Harbor Creek) 22:23; 18. Cassidy Britton (Youngsville) 22:23; 19. Izzy Gingras (Hickory) 22:23; 20. Sophia Sampson (Titusville) 22:25; 21. Mikayla Montgomery (Lakeview) 22:40; 22. Julia Johnson (Titusville) 22:52; 23. Erika Doolittle (Brookville) 22:55; 24. Shauna Pillar (Maplewood) 23:01; 25. Isabella Ongley (Titusville) 23:07.

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