JOHNSTOWN - Juniata Mennonite rebounded from its opening-round loss to win the consolation game of the Cambria County Christian tournament Saturday, 55-14 over the Grier School.
Lauren Breon and Alexis Hahn-Kline each put up 12 in the win. Three other players were just under 10 points as the Lions had enough points in the first quarter to win the game (15), and held their opponent scoreless in the second.
"We got to play a pretty good team Friday. Saturday we were closer to having our full team," Juniata Mennonite coach Andy Meiser explained. "The girls kept good attitudes, they played hard and we learned a few things."
Juniata Mennonite (1-1) heads to Columbia County Christian on Dec. 11.
SELINSGROVE?-?Midd-West opened the bowling season Saturday with a non-league victory over Columbia-Montour Vo-Tech, with the boys knocking down 2,671 pins to the Rams' 2,443, and the girls succeeding by an even wider margin, 2,433-1,946.
For the boys, Luke Zimmerman bowled a 233 and a 232 for the best series of the day, a 657. Andrew Brady had the only other game over 200, a 224 on the way to a 543 series. Chris Houtz also managed to break 500 across three games.
For the girls, Jenna Yarger's 201 was the best of the day. She also had a 192 as part of her 564 series. Carlie Delong, who had a 190 game, totaled 496 and Cheyenne Ruble had a 495 series.