Roughie Roundup: Girls soccer team gets a win in overtime
The Catty girls soccer team won 3-2 over Bethlehem Catholic.
Catty got off to a great start, taking a 2-0 first half lead. Lexi Rushatz and Trinity Kern notched first half goals. But, the Hawks would rally and score two goals in the second half. Mikaela Alleyne and Taylor Richards found the back of the net as Becahi forced overtime.
But Catty would win it in extra time thanks to Huber’s goal. Kern would also add an assist in the game.
Catty had 13 shots in the game and keeper Madison Hicks made 14 saves for the Roughs. The Hawks had 15 shots on goal.
The boys soccer team fell to Notre Dame East Stroudsburg by a 3-1 score.
Catty was in front after one half of play as Grant Gebhardt got the Roughs on the board.
But NDES would rally with three goals in the second half to win the game.
Jhonson Francis scored once and Connor Romes had two goals to lead the way.
The Catty cross country teams fell last week to Northern Lehigh, Northwestern and Palmerton.
In the boys race, Colin Cramer of Solehi won with a time of 19:09.
Catty was paced by Cam Ritter, who took 24th with a time of 22:22.59. Jason Schneck was 35th coming in with a time of 23:28.05. Nick Noti was 37th in 23:48.32 and Bradshaw Henning took 39th in 24:00.99.
In the girls race, Kailyn Jones of Northwestern won with a time of 22:47. Catty had two girls place in the top-15. Alexis Rushatz took ninth with a time of 24:03.29 and Sabrina Kemmerer was 14th in 26:44.46
Montana Muller took 21st in the race while Mekena Webber was 40th while Bree Sheldon was 41st.
Northern Lehigh 15,
Northwestern 15, Catasauqua 47
Palmerton 19, Catasauqua 36
Southern Lehigh 20,
Northern Lehigh 41
Northern Lehigh 25, Salisbury 36
Southern Lehigh 19,
Northwestern 24, Salisbury 37
Salisbury 19, Palmerton 44
Palmerton 23, Salisbury 33
1. Colin Cramer (SL) 18:09.32, 2. Jacob Martinez (P) 18:44.52, 3. Shane Artiz (SAL) 19:41.49, 4. Phillip Castrine (NW) 19:44.73, 5. Alec DiCesare (SL) 19:54.41, 6. Michael Sosnowski (SAL) 20:01.47, 7. Preston Kemery (NL) 20:09.63, 8. Marc Ramson (SL) 20:36.50, 9. Hunter Haas (NL) 20:37.55, 10. Thomas Matsumura (SL) 20:45.99, 11. Alexander Fillman (SL) 20:50.02, 12. Alexander Wentling (SL) 20:51.84, 13. RJ Zack (NW) 21:25.27, 14. Stephen Ambrose (SL) 21:2.90, 15. Kane Flickinger (NW) 21:32.05
Northern Lehigh 21,
Northwestern 15, Catasauqua 45
Southern Lehigh 28,
Northern Lehigh 31
Southern Lehigh 36
1. Kailyn Jones (NW) 22:47.34, 2. Reagan Pender (NL) 23:01.36, 3. Jenna Groeber (SL) 23:13.71, 4. Molly Tarvin (NW) 23:32.05, 5. Sarah Suplee (NW) 24:05.19, 6. Hannah Herzon (NW) 24:14.87, 7. Alyssa Zack (NW) 24:26.10, 8. Katie Guelcher (NL) 24:49.79, 9. Alexis Rushatz (C) 24:03.29, 10. Alison Lorah (NL) 25:46.14, 11. Hannah DelSordo (SL) 26:23.90, 12. Megan Stephens (SL) 26:29.82, 13. Sierra Williams (SL) 26:40.22, 14. Sabrina Kemmerer (C) 26:44.46, 15. Nadearah Crooms (SL) 26:54.93
In field hockey action, Catty fell to Lehighton by a score of 9-1.
Again, Catty would get a lead in the game as Kenzie Bradley scored the first goal of the game.
But the Indians would score the next nine and took a total of 39 shots in the contest.
Lehighton was led by Lauren Marks who scored three goals in the game. Gabbie Szozda scored two goals to help lead the way.
Catty’s Hannah Greenberg made 17 saves in the loss.