Local Sports 1/28/19

BISHOP GUILFOYLE HAS A NEW ALL TIME SCORING LEADER. SENIOR LUKE RUGGERY BECAME THE NEW TOP SCORER AT BG ON SATURDAY, WITH A 29 POINT PERFORMANCE IN BG’S 73-55 WIN OVER RICHLAND AT THE PLEASANT VALLEY GYM. RUGGERY NEEDED 24 POINTS TO GET THE RECORD. JONNY HASSON, WHO PREVIOUSLY HELD THER RECORD WAS ON HAND, ALONG WITH DARREN ELVEY, WHO WAS SECOND ON THE LIST. THE MARAUDERS PICKED UP THEIR 14TH WIN OF THE SEASON.

 

IT WAS A GOOD SATURDAY FOR ST. FRANCIS. THE LADY FLASH UPSET SACRED HEART 85-68, HANDING THE PIONEERS THEIR FIRST CONFERENCE LOSS. 4 LADY FLASH PLAYERS HIT DOUBLE FIGURES IN THE WIN, IMPROVING THEIR RECORD TO 7-12, 4-3 IN THE NORTHEAST CONFERENCE. THE LADY FLASH WIL BE BACK IN ACTION AT HOME TONITE, WHEN THEY HOST WAGNER AT 7:00. THE MENS TEAM, CAME ROARING BACK FROM 13 POINTS DOWN IN THE 3RD QUARTER TO BEAT THE PIONEERS 79-78. 5 PLAYERS HAD DOUBLE FIGURES FOR ST. FRANCIS. LED BY KEITH BRAXTON’S 15 POINTS.

 

THE MT. ALOYSUIS MEN AND PENN STATE ALTOONA WOMEN WERE THE ONLY LOCAL COLLEGE TEAMS TO WIN OVER THE WEEKEND. PENN STATE DEFEATED PENN STATE BEHREND 79-63, WHILE THE MOUNTIES DEFEATED HILBERT COLLEGE 73-63.

 

THE PENN STATE WOMENS TEAM CONTINUW TO STRUGGLE IN THE BIG 10. THE LADY LIONS LOST TO RUTGERS 69-61 YESTERDAY AFTERNOON AT HOME. MEANWHILE, THE MENS TEAM CONTINUES TO SEARCH FOR ITS FIRST CONFERENCE WIN AFTER THEY ALSO LOST TO RUTGERS 64-60 AT HOME ON SATURDAY.