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The Glendale School Board voted to open up the head coach and assistant coach positions for women’s basketball at its meeting on Tuesday night after the topic was put on the agenda by the athletic committee.

Brian Kuhn recently completed his first year as head coach and led the Lady Vikings to a 14-11 record and victory over Bishop Guilfoyle Catholic in the Class 1A District 6 playoffs which eliminated the defending Lady Marauders playoff champion. Glendale then lost to PIAA semi-finalist Williamsburg in the District 6 semi-final and Bishop Carroll Catholic in the consolation match.

Glendale athletic director John Matchock did not return phone calls seeking comment Tuesday or Wednesday night, and neither did Kuhn.

The board voted 6-3 to open the position but allows Kuhn to reapply.

Despite losing two seniors at graduation, Glendale is set to return the majority of his playing rotation for next season’s side, and Kuhn told the Mirror after the Lady Vikings’ loss to Carroll he was looking forward to it. to help the team improve this summer.

Kuhn has two daughters and a foster child who will enter their senior seasons next year. He took over from Beth Campbell, who resigned and served as an assistant coach at Great Commission last year, coaching her daughter, Kyla Campbell, who also transferred from Glendale to Great Commission for her senior season.

Central Triumphs

JOHNSTOWN — Jonah Snowberger threw a complete shutout and allowed just one hit while striking out 15 to lead Central to a 10-0 win over Bishop McCort at Sargent’s Stadium at the Point in action high school baseball.

Devon Boyles had three doubles and Griffin Snowberger had three hits, including a triple.

CENTRAL (10): Kling cf 301, Hoenstine ss 421, Boyles 1b 523, Smith c 401, J Snowberger p 401, Helsel rf 300, Biesinger rf 010, Gregg lf 411, Fisher lf 010, Detwiler dh 111, Metzger 2b 100, G Snowberger 3b 323, Bettwy 3b 000. Totals–33-10-12.

BISHOP McCORT (0): Cannizaro 2b-p 300, Beppler p-2b 300, Pfeil ss 300, McGowan c 200, Conrad rf 301, Fetzko 1b 200, Kasper 3b 200, Smith dh 200, Preuss p 000, Jarvis cf 200. Totals–23-0-1.

ROUND SCORING

Central 105 001 3–10 12 2

Bishop McCort 000,000 0– 0 1 0

E–J Snowberger, Bettwy. 2B–Boyles 3. 3B–G Snowberger. RBI–Kling 2, Hoenstine, Boyles, Smith 2, J Snowberger, Detwiler 2, G Snowberger. WP-J Snowberger. LP–Beppler. SO–Snowberger 15, Beppler 3, Preuss 1, BB–Snowberger 1, Beppler 4, Preuss 1.

Records: Central (6-0); Bishop McCort (5-2).

The Dragon Ladies roar

SPRING SPRING — Maya Hazenstab went 3-for-3, scored four times, stole four bases and had two RBIs to lead Central to a 16-4 win over Johnstown in softball action.

Lacey Lynn also had three hits, including a home run, and drove in four runs for Central, who improved to 5-1.

ROUND SCORING

Johnstown 130 00X X– 4 2 3

Central 533 5XX X–16 12 3

2B–Ellis, Kennedy (C). HR–Lynn (C). Multiple hits – Hazenstab 3, Lynn 3, Kennedy 2 (C). RBI–Black 2, Hazenstab 2, Kennedy, Lynn 4, Dodson (C); Rummel (J). WP–Daughterty. LP-Carr. SO–Girl 1, Lynn 8 (C); Square 2 (J). BB-Girl 5, Lynn 4 (C); Carr 3, Szczur 3, Lacko 1 (J).

Records: Johnstown (0-4); Central (5-1).

Sankey wins the 300th

CLEARFIELD — Philipsburg-Osceola High School baseball coach Doug Sankey guided the RCMP to a 6-4 win over Clearfield Wednesday afternoon in a Mountain League game.

The win was Sankey’s 300th career victory.



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