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Junior High girls fall to Penns Valley

The junior high Lady Eagles hung in early against a well disciplined Penns Valley team, only being down by two points midway through the first period at Tyrone on Tuesday.
A 6-0 run by the Lady Rams forced Tyrone to play catch-up the rest of the game which the Penns Valley junior high girls won 39-18.
The Tyrone girls were outscored 21-4 by halftime as Heather Holmes and Krista Rupert combined for 17 of PV's 21 points.
Tyrone played a better second half scoring 14 points to PV's 18.
The Lady Eagles were led by Ariane Miller, Casey Baird, and Mara Hawes with four points apiece.
The Lady Eagles now 1-4 will travel to Indian Valley Thursday for a 6 p.m. start.
Tyrone Lady Eagles "B" team won their second game in a row defeating Penns Valley 25-20 in their highest scoring output of the year.
Olivia Stever, who had six points against Bellwood-Antis on Monday, netted five free throws and nine points along with Casey Baird who had a game high 10 points.
The "B" team is now 2-2 on the season.
Penns Valley 39 Tyro“I was very happy with our boys,” said Tyrone cross country coach Tammy Wills. “They are all coming along so well. We knew it was going to be close going into today and they went out and gave it their all and it showed. Unfortunately, we came up just a little short against West Branch.”ne 18
Penns Valley – Hazel 2, Holmes 14, Welch 4, Ventura 2, Long 2, Rupert 13, Witler 2.
Tyrone – Ford 2, Stever 4, Miller 4, Hawes 4, Baird 4.