BREAKING NEWS

BREAKING NEWS

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PAC to hold meeting

STEUBENVILLE – The Polish Athletic Club will hold its regular monthly meeting at 8 p.m. Thursday in the clubhouse. Nomination of officers for 2014 will take place.

Big Red Boosters

STEUBENVILLE – The Big Red Boosters will meet on Tuesday at the Harding Stadium Fieldhouse at 6 p.m. All are welcome. Memberships are available.

Minerva tames Beaver Local

STEUBENVILLE – Tyler Stewart scored a pair of goals and Phillip Blackburn added one as the Minerva boys soccer team defeated Beaver Local, 3-2, Saturday at Harding Stadium in an Ohio Division II district final.

Minerva will play Coshocton at 7 p.m. Wednesday at River View.

DeShawn Parker scored both Beaver Local goals. Devon Oliver totaled 12 saves.

FUS volleyball wins

STEUBENVILLE – The Franciscan University of Steubenville volleyball team defeated D’Youville College 25-17, 25-23, 25-15 Saturday.

“I was kind of leery going into this match,” Franciscan head coach Kelly Herrmann said. “They don’t have a super strong record but they are not a team that you can beat by just going through the motions. They have a lot of good players and we don’t want to take anything for granted.”

FUS will host La Roche College at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the final regular season home match.

FUS rugby wins

STEUBENVILLE – The Franciscan University of Steubenville rugby team smacked Grove City College, 77-0, Saturday in the Three Rivers Rugby Conference semifinals.

Sophomore Ian Miller put in the games first try within the first two minutes and the Barons never looked back en route to a 53-0 lead at the half.

The Barons will host the conference championship at 1 p.m. on Saturday.

FUS men’s soccer wins

STEUBENVILLE – The Franciscan University of Steubenville men’s soccer team received goals from Peter Mooney, Luke Merry, John Imbimbo and Joe Duran in a 4-2 victory over visiting Pitt-Bradford Saturday.

The Barons visit Mt. Alyosius College at 2 p.m. Monday with a playoff berth on the line.

FUS women’s soccer loses

STEUBENVILLE – The Franciscan University of Steubenville women’s soccer team dropped a 3-1 decision to Pitt-Bradford Saturday.

Jordan Byrley, an Edison grad, gave FUS a 1-0 lead two minutes into the game.

The Barons visit Mt. Alyosius College at 4 p.m. Monday with a possible playoff berth on the line.

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Dons top Monarchs

MOUNDSVILLE – The Madonna girls soccer team defeated host John Marshall, 4-1, Saturday morning.

Alayna Macaluso got the scoring started with a goal from Mia Antinone in the first five minutes. Rachel Grubbs then scored three straight, two unassisted and one off a Gabby Hotten helper, for a 4-0 lead.

John Marshall’s Hailee McClelland scored in the 78th minute.

Tessie Tokash had four saves for the Blue Dons, while Aysa Carney had 12 saves for the Monarchs.

Madonna (9-7-1) visits Robert C. Byrd on Monday.

Oak Glen’s Chambers places first

CAMERON – With a time of 22:38, Oak Glen cross country runner Kelsey Chambers placed first at the Wild and Wet Invitational on Saturday. The Bear placed fifth as a team. Alyson Snow placed 15th overall with a time of 25:09 and Casey Baird was 20th with a time of 25:09.

The Oak Glen boys cross country team place second at the Wild and Wet Invitational. Cody Tropeck paced the Bears with a sixth place finish with a time of 19:25. Brock Smith was 10th with a 19:59. Zach Mynes and Tanner Gorby each finished in the top 15.

The teams next meet will be at Regionals in Mineral Wells, W. Va. on Thursday.

Big Red to sell tickets

STEUBENVILLE – Steubenville Big Red will be sell advance football tickets for next week’s game at Youngstown Ursuline beginning Tuesday at the high school ticket office. The cost is $8 for reserved seats and $5 for students.

The ticket office will be open from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday and from 8 a.m. to noon on Oct. 18.

Big Red boosters to meet

STEUBENVILLE – The Steubenville Big Red Boosters Club will meet at 6 p.m. Tuesday at the Harding Stadium Fieldhouse. All are welcome and memberships are available.

The boosters are sponsoring buses to Ursuline. Seats cost $25, and a game ticket is included. Departure is from Harding School is at 4:45 p.m. and will return there after the game.

The buses are smoke free and alcohol free. Payment for seats can be made at today’s Salesianum or at Tuesday’s booster meeting. All seats are on a first-come basis.

For information, contact Vic Corsi at (740) 264-5526, Bob McGinnis at (740) 282-3529, or Nino Suriano at (740) 264-7548.

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Weir downs Ravenswood

RAVENSWOOD, W.Va. – Chayton Luevano registered a hat trick as the Weir boys soccer team beat Ravenswood, 6-1, Saturday on the road. Alex Hannah added two goals and assisted on three goals.

Ryan Kirk also scored for the Red Riders (7-7-2) and had an assist. Matthew Tenaglio also registered an assist and had seven saves in goal.

Nate Schiefer scored on a Dalton Grandy assist for Ravenswood and Nick Bohm made eight saves.

Record numbers for event

STEUBENVILLE – Runners clad in brightly colored skirts, pig-tails, chicken hats, and tuxedo shirts flocked to Assisi Heights early Saturday morning to compete in the sixth-annual Kelly Roggensack Memorial Run.

Every year, the Franciscan cross country teams host the event to honor the memory of Kelly Roggensack and as a fundraiser for their season. The brightly colored clothes and crazy hairstyles are a tribute to Kelly’s personality and philosophy: be loud, be crazy, because life’s too short to take yourself too seriously.

For the second year in a row, the race featured a 5K run, 3K walk, and 1K kid’s fun run. This year, however, the Kelly run featured a new start and finish as well as a new course that stayed on campus roads instead of going off-road.

“The new course was a success,” event coordinator Don Bennette said. “People seemed to like it and for the first time we had a water cooler at the mile marker.”

This year, there were over 150 pre-registries and over 50 walk-up registrations, the largest in the history of the race. Participants included students, alumni, parents and local runners.

This years winner was 22 year-old Adam Estavillo who won with a time of 18:42.0. FUS student, Jane Crosby was the top female finish with a time of 21:37.0.

“Kelly was all about living her life to go out and change the world.” Bennette said. “She had such a positive influence on the team.”

Big Red boosters to meet

STEUBENVILLE – The Steubenville Big Red Boosters Club will meet at 6 p.m. Tuesday at the Harding Stadium Fieldhouse. All are welcome, and memberships are available.

The boosters are sponsoring busses to Youngstown for the Ursuline Game. The price is $25 per seat and a game ticket is provided. The busses are alcohol and smoke free.

For information, contact Vic Corsi at (740) 264-5526, Bob McGinnis at (740) 282-3529, or Nino Suriano at (740) 264-7548. Seats are on a first come basis and will leave from and return to the Harding Stadium parking lot.