Local Sports 10/24/18

PENN STATE COACH JAMES FRANKLIN SAID YESTERDAY THAT QUARTERBACK TRACE McSORLEY IS CARRYING TOO MUCH OF THEOFFENSIVE LOAD FOR HIS TEAM. FRANKLIN TOLD REPORTERS THAT THE OFFENSE NEEDS MORE PLAYERS TO MAKE MORE PLAYS, TO ALLOW McSORLEY TO GUIDE THE OFFENSE MORE EFFICIENTLY. FRANKLIN SAID IT IS HIS JOB TO SEE THAT OTHERS MAKE MORE PLAYS ON OFFENSE. McSORLEY SAID YESTERDAY THAT IT IS NOT A CONCERN, AND THAT HE IS ALL ABOUT TEAM FIRST, AND SAID THERE IS NO PRESSURE ON HIM ALONE TO MAKE MORE PLAYS.

 

NORTHERN CAMBRIA GOLFER TANNER PERSHING MADE HISTORY AT THE PIAA GOLF CHAMPIONSHIPS YESTERDAY. PERSHING BECAME THE FIRST PLAYER IN SCHOOL HISTORY TO MEDAL AT THE STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS. HE SCORED A 5 OVER PAR 76 TO FINISH IN 8TH PLACE TO BRING HOME THE SCHOOLS FIRST MEDAL FOR GOLF. ANDREW FERGUSON OF TYRONE, FINISHED IN 19TH PLACE.

 

BISHOP CARROLL SAW ITS PERFECT SEASON COME TO AN END LAST NIGHT WHEN THEY LOST TO CENTRAL CAMBRIA 3-2 IN VOLLEYBALL ACTION. THE LOSS WAS THE FIRST FOR THE HUSKIES IN 18 MATCHES THIS SEASON. OTHER WINNERS INCLUDED  HOLLIDAYSBURG AND TYRONE.

 

DISTRICT 6 SOCCER PLAYOFFS GIRLS

 

MOSHANNON VALLEY  3   BISHOP GUILFOYLE  0

WESTMONT HILLTOP  4   ST. JOSEPH’S  1