September 14th, 2012
BROOKVILLE - The Brookville Raiders were able to score 12 points in the final 7:41 of last nightâ€™s KSAC Big School Division game to come from behind to beat the St. Marys Area Flying Dutch by a 19-15 score.
The Dutchmen were able to take a 15-7 lead at halftime but were unable to stop the Raiders in the fourth quarter of play.
â€śThis was a very disappointing loss,â€ť said St. Marys coach Joe Schlimm. â€śPenalties really hurt us tonight and we squandered some opportunities, especially in the first half.â€ť
ST. MARYS â€” The St. Marys Area Lady Dutch soccer team lost to the Bradford Lady Owls by a 3-2 score Friday afternoon at the SMAHS soccer field in the opening round of the Bucktail Tournament.
St. Marys will now take on Elk Catholic this morning at 10 a.m. in the consolation game while Bradford meets Ridgway at noon for the title contest.
Bradford was able to take a 3-0 lead after the first 40 minutes of play as they used their aggressive play and ball movement to their advantage.
St. Marys came out being more aggressive in the second half and played stronger defense.
ST. MARYS â€” The Ridgway Lady Elkers scored the game's only goal to defeat the Elk County Catholic Lady Crusaders 1-0 Friday in varsity girls' soccerÂ and advance to today's Bucktail Tournament championship game.
Ridgway will play Bradford at 12 noon as the Lady Elkers try for their second straight title. ECC will meet St. Marys Area in the consolation game at 10 a.m.
Freshman Jenna DeAngelo scored with 10:44 left on the clock in the first half for the only point Ridgway would need.
Sylvester Kronenwetter of St. Marys was the lone Elk County resident selected for an elk license in Friday morningâ€™s drawing held at the Pennsylvania Game Commission (PGC) headquarters in Harrisburg and broadcast live on the PGCâ€™s website. Kronenwetterâ€™s name was drawn for the 41st of 46 cow elk licenses awarded for this yearâ€™s hunt, which is scheduled to take place from Nov. 5-10 with an extended elk hunting period outside the elk management area for those with unfilled elk licenses from Nov. 12-17.
MT. ZION - â€śIf war should erupt, we will be able to wipe up all of the blood spilled with a single handkerchief,â€™â€ť said J.D. Petruzzi, Civil War historian and author from Brockway, in his address to the audience at the Bucktail monument dedication held at Mt. Zion Historical Park.
As part of the long-term East Branch Dam Safety Initiative project, lake personnel continue to work closely with staff from the Pittsburgh District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in overseeing the construction of a new cutoff wall inside the dam.
The $280 million project is in response to a safety issue related to potential internal erosion discovered in 2008, similar to a seepage issue encountered in 1957 which required the lowering of the lake for repairs. The multifaceted project has a completion date of 2017.
Mavis B. Schott, 95, of West Long Avenue, DuBois, died Friday, Sept. 14, 2012 at the DuBois Nursing Home.
Born on Nov. 16, 1916 in Birmingham, Ala., she was the daughter of the late Commodore and Mamie (Smithers) Byrd.
She was married to Alvin Schott. He preceded her in death on Feb. 17, 1958.
During World War II, she worked at Sylvania in Emporium. She had also worked as a clerk at various stores in Johnsonburg.
Ralph "Sonny" Meloni, 79, of 278 Elm St., Weedville, died at Elk Regional Health Center in St. Marys on the morning of Thursday, Sept.13, 2012.
He was born Sept. 17, 1932 in Force, a son of the late Mario L. and Ruby Taylor Meloni.
On Sept. 8, 1956 in St. Joseph Catholic Church, Force, he married Neomi D. Walters Meloni, who survives.
The St. Marys Area Dutch soccer team pulled off a hard-fought 1-0 win against Elk County Catholic on Thursday afternoon at the SMAHS soccer field.
The Dutch victory came almost a week after the two teams met for the first time this season in the opening round of the Elk County Boys' Soccer Tournament. Elk Catholic won that contest 2-0 and went on to win the tournament, while St. Marys finished in last place. Since that tournament though, the two teams' fortunes have changed. St. Marys has now won both of their games since then and continues to improve with each contest.
The Elk County Catholic Lady Crusader volleyball team raised their dual match record to 4-0 on the season with a 3-0 win over the Brockway Lady Rovers on Thursday night at the ECCHS gymnasium.
Elk Catholic won the first set 25-13, took the second set 25-7, and finished off with a 25-15 win in the third set.