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Roughie Roundup: Girls soccer wins 4-0

Wednesday, September 27, 2017 by Scott Pagel spagel@tnonline.com in Sports

The Catty girls soccer team found their scoring touch in a 4-0 win over Tamaqua.

Alexis Rushatz scored two second half goals to help Catasauqua pull away from Tamaqua.

Allanah George and Trinity Kern also found the net for the Rough Riders, both coming in the first half to give Catasauqua an early lead.

Flo Rios had 12 saves in goal for the Raiders who outshot Catasauqua by a 20-9 count in the game.

The JV game ended in a 0-0 tie.

The Catty girls soccer team fell to Pen Argyl 4-3 in overtime.

Catty trailed 2-1 at halftime but rallied to tie the game 3-3 to force overtime.

Rushatz scored in the first half for Catty.

Kern and George would score in the second half for the Roughs.

In boys soccer Catty fell to Pen Argyl 4-1.

The Knights scored first in the first half on a goal by Mehmed Letifov in the ninth minute. But Catty would tie the game at 1-1 nine minutes later thanks to a goal from Joe Merkel.

But in the second half, the Knights would pull away.

Stivan Kumbarov scored twice in the half and Lucas Maggipinto would add a goal and an assist. Letifov finished with a goal and two assists in the game.

The field hockey team also fell to Pen Argyl.

Kenzie Bradley would keep Catty close in the first half as her goal gave the Roughs the lead. Catty trailed 2-1 at half time after Mikayla Velasquez and Abby Weaver found the back of the net.

After that, the Knights pulled away thanks to goals from Madison Young, Samantha Lau and two from Gianna Ianni.

The Catty cross country team competed at Pen Argyl last week.

Alexis Rushatz had a great finish for the Roughs taking fifth overall in the girls race with a time of 22:13.64.

Martina Sell of Bangor won the meet with a time of 19:59.

Montana Muller came in 22nd with a time of 25:27.89 to also finish in the top-25.

Makena Webber was 39th in 27:38.67 and Bethanie DeLucia was close behind in 42nd with a time of 27:55.60.

Alexis Sheldon took 50th in a time of 29:53.05. Tylar Treiber was 57th in 38:25 and Diamela Spencer was 58th in 39:33.25.

The Catty boys were led by Sebastian Henry who was 48th in a time of 21:14.42. Bradshaw Henning was 52nd in 21:31.94 while Jason Schneck took 64th in 22:04.47.

Dorian Hoagland was 69th in 22:24.48 and Jordy Leon was 74th in 22:58.22. Other finishers were Darien Wasser 76th 22:59.88, Luke Colon 84th 23:35.53, Austin Gorr 87th 23:38.48, Benjamin Langsdorf 88th 23:53.52, Nick Noti 91st 24:25.65, Mitchell Phillips 24:32.30, Michaiah Ford 100th 25:06.23, Brandon Norton 101st 25:07.82, Ty Reitz 102nd 25:08.61, Ryder Faustner 106th 25:42.45.