HS football rankings
District 5 Class A high school football rankings after Week 9:
District 5 Class AA high school football rankings after Week 9:
1. Everett (5-4, 27 points), 2. Chestnut Ridge (4-5, 25), 3. Bedford (2-7, 11).
District 5-6-8-9 Class AAA high school football rankings after Week 9:
1. Clearfield (9-0, 1,060 points), 2. University Prep (5-2, 640), 3. Somerset (5-4, 520), 4. Punxsutawney (5-4, 500), 5. Bradford (4-5, 490), 6. Johnstown (3-6, 290), 7. Bellefonte (2-7, 170), 8. Carrick (0-8, 0).
Northwinds Friday League
INDIAN LAKE — The Northwinds Golf Course Friday morning men’s league played a best two balls of four format.
Ken Fisher, Steve Benedict, Terry Stahl and Skil Lese placed first at 19-under par.
Second at 18-under was the team of Jerry Chabol, Jerry Hoffman, John Baltzer and Barry Craig.
Bill Mignogna, John Tornatore, Gary Righard and Bob Vogel took third at minus 16.
Kicker winners were CTP No. 4 Metro Rygel, CTP No. 8 and LP No. 15 Chabol, and CTP No. 16 Dave O’Brien. Chabol was the medalist with a low gross score of 73.
Somerset takes two
RICHLAND TOWNSHIP — Somerset’s Bittner Restaurant Group girls collected a pair of wins Saturday in East Hills MVP League 3rd/4th grade basketball to raise their season record to 4-0.
In the first game, Somerset defeated Westmont’s Carpenter Financial Services 26-7 with Jordyn Smith and Bella Baumgardner combining for 14 points and Paige Housley and Marian Winters adding four points each. Kylie Landis, Karlee Bittner and Mary Bowers led Somerset’s defensive effort.
In the second game, Somerset battled the Berlin Fastenal girls in a thriller which saw Somerset overcome a 12-3 halftime deficit to storm back to a 16-14 win. Smith and Baumgardner each scored six points, with point guard Shaelyn Walker adding four. Haley Vought and Mary Stinebiser led the Somerset defense which allowed only two points in the last 20 minutes of play.
Somerset 7, LB 2
LATROBE — The Somerset Trust Company/Somerset FOE U-10 Pa. West soccer team defeated Loyalhanna Blue 7-2 on Sunday.
Sam Farner led the team with three goals while Emma Luteri, Gavin Pugh, Mckay Ross and Ian Lasure each added one goal.
Anna Hersh, Kaitlyn Deaner and Cenley Miller rounded out the team for a solid win. Cameron Olson was in the goal saving 15 shots.
Somerset finished the season with a record of 5-3.