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Alumni Update - Laura Page (Westminster)

Written by Drew Karpen on .

LATROBE, Pa. - The Westminster College women's soccer team shutout host Saint Vincent College, 2-Page Westminster0, on Saturday. With the win, Westminster extended its non-losing streak to nine games (eight wins and one tie).

The Titans improved to 10-2-1 overall and a perfect 3-0 in the Presidents' Athletic Conference (PAC), while the Bearcats dropped to 1-11 overall and 1-2 in conference play.

Titan first-year goalie Laura Page, aBethel Parkgraduate, got the win in 78:28 minutes of work. She improves to 7-1-1. Page collected three saves in the shutout-win. 

 

(photo courtesy of Westminster College)

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Girls Soccer: Bethel Park quietly primed for a postseason run

Written by Nicholas Tolomeo on .

Bethel Park, a WPIAL semifinalist from a year ago, is quietly gearing up for what might be another deep postseason run. It brushed aside a slow 0-3-1 start to rebound with a five-game winning streak in September and a seven-game unbeaten streak to close out the season entering their finale Monday at South Fayette.

Bethel Park (10-4-3, 9-1-2) will finish second in Section 5-AAA behind Upper St. Clair. Since a 3-0 setback at Upper St. Clair, the team has not lost, going 5-0-2 down the stretch. Bethel Park defeated Carrick, Allderdice, Mars, Oakland Catholic and Baldwin while playing to ties against South Park and Mt. Lebanon. Led by senior Halle Hammer, who scored the game winner against Baldwin last week, Bethel Park is not on anyone's short list of desired postseason opponents.

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Cross Country: Bethel Park's Hinish tops field at Mingo Classic

Written by Brittany Goncar on .

Bethel Park's Danielle Hinish won the Mingo Classic on Thursday. She cut the tape in 19 minutes, six seconds.

Teammate Karissa Coffield finished in third place, while Courtney Conway took eighth. Claire Makowski rounded out the top 15 performers.

The Hawks also took the team title with 49 points. They were followed by Peters Township (78 points) and South Fayette (91 points).

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Alumni Update - Sean Edgar (Clarion University)

Written by Drew Karpen on .

Edgar Clarion

Sean Edgar of Clarion completed the weekend by winning the Mystic Rock Challenge, hosted by California. The sophomore shot 71 and 76 in the first and second rounds, respectively, before firing a third round total of two-over 74.

Edgar, a Bethel Park graduate, totaled a score of 221 (+5) for the three rounds to take first place in the tournament, and ended with a four stroke lead over the field.

His performance earned him PSAC West Golfer of the Week.

(photo courtesy of Clarion University)