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Press photo by Linda Rothrock Bryan Contreras has found the back of the net a lot recently for the Rough Riders. Press photo by Linda Rothrock Bryan Contreras has found the back of the net a lot recently for the Rough Riders.
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Cam Ritter led the way for the boys in a race on Tuesday afernoon. Cam Ritter led the way for the boys in a race on Tuesday afernoon.

Roughie Roundup: Volleyball gets first victory

Thursday, September 29, 2016 by Scott Pagel spagel@tnonline.com in Sports

The Catty girls soccer team lost 3-1 to Palisades.

Hanasia Jenkins scored the Roughs only goal on an assist from Jordan Blose in the first half.

Palisades got first half goals from Shelby Bryan and Melissa Koch to take a 2-1 lead into halftime. Katie King would score in the second half for the Pirates.

Catty had four shots on goal while CHS keeper Madison Hicks made 24 saves to help keep the Roughs in the game.

Catty fell Notre Dame East Stroudsburg 3-1.

NDES goals were scored by Krista Kissell, Daniela Mutis and Hannah Durham. Allanah George would score Catty’s only goal. She was assisted by Alyssa Rushatz.

The CHS girls beat Pen Argyl 3-2.

Hanasia Jenkins scored two goals and Amy Huber added another in the victory. Madison Hicks made 19 saves for the win.

Knight goals came from Emma Lohman and Brooke LaBarre.

The boys soccer team lost to Palisades 7-2.

Cooper Moyer led the way with four goals in the win. Bailey Moyer added a goal and three assists in the win. Jack Salva and Ryan Kelly scored the other goals for the Pirates.

Catty’s goals came from Bryan Contreras who netted both.

Pen Argyl held on to beat Catty 3-2.

The Knights scored two goals within three minutes in the first half for a quick 2-0 lead. Eric Lobb scored first followed by Mehmed Letifov on a penalty kick.

Bryan Contreras cut the deficit to 2-1 on an assist from Jon Dweck.

But the Knights would extend their lead to 3-1 thanks to a goal from Nick Maggipinto.

Contreras would make it 3-2 on an assist from Oscar Cordon but the Knights held on for the win.

Sam Safadi made four saves in net for Catty.

The volleyball team picked up its first win over the year and first win for new head coach Danielle Heller, thanks to a 3-1 victory over Lehigh Valley Christian.

Catty won 25-18, 19-25, 25-17 and 25-10.

On Tuesday, Catty fell to Southern Lehigh at home 25-9, 25-6, 25-11.

Southern Lehigh JV also defeated Catasauqua, 25-14, 25-6.

Alyssa Lyon helped to lead the way with 12 Assists and three aces.

The Catty field hockey team fell to Palisades 2-0 Tuesday.

Kelly Bonnville had a goal and an assist in the second half to help pave the way.

Hannah Greenberg made four saves in the loss.

The cross country team competed at Southern Lehigh on Tuesday.

Thomas Matsumura of the Spartans won the race with a time of 16:31. Five Spartans finished in the top-six with Ethan Berstein of Saucon Valley taking second place.

Steve Ritter of Catty was 39th as the highest Roughie boy finisher. His time was 20:21.

Other boys finishers were: 42. Alec Hartranft 20:26, 43. Jordy Leon 20:27, 55. Bradshaw Henning 20:50, 69. Jason Schneck 21:38, 83. Darien Wasser 22:36, 89. Ryder Faustner 22:58, 91. Seth Chase 23:15, 95. Branden Bilheimer 23:27, 96. Nick Hertzog 23:31, 100. Devin Stires 23:46, 102. Nick Shelak 24:01, 105. Logan Germano 24:14, 108. Brandon Norton 24:57, 109. Tyson Stuber 25:02, 123. Cody Walker 26:25, 124. Andrew Burick 26:40, 126. Gavin Phillips 27:18.

On the girls side, Southern Lehigh took the top six spots led by Katherine George and her winning time of 20:05.

Montana Muller led the way for the Catty girls coming in 38th with a time of 26:10, just ahead of Katherine Verenna’s time of 27:01. Verenna was 40th for the Roughs, just ahead of another teammate, Bree Sheldon, who was 40th with a time of 27:41.

Other girls finishers for Catty were: 46. Bethanie DeLucia 28:44, 48. Makena Webber 28:57, 51. Alexis Sheldon 30:19, 56. Alexia Reichl 31:36, 57. Dani Pluchinsky 32:43, 63. Diamela Spencer 38:28.