Sibiski a scoring star for Lock Haven soccer
BECKHAM SIBISKI (KUTZTOWN) » The 6-foot-2, 180-pound freshman started all 18 games for the Lock Haven men’s soccer team, the Bald Eagles finishing the season with six losses and a tie and winding up 6-8-4 overall and 3-6-2 in PSAC play. Sibiski had a teamhigh six goals, two assists and a team-high 14 points with two gamewinners – in a 5-3 victory over Shepherd on Sept. 4 and the only score in a 1-0 triumph over West Virginia Wesleyan on Sept. 30. And he had both goals in a 2-2 tie with St. Thomas Aquinas on Sept. 19. SHANNON CARROLL (FLEETWOOD) » The junior forward was named to the Colonial States Athletic Conference honorable mention list for her play with the Gwynedd Mercy field hockey team. She started all 18 games during the regular season and had five goals, a team-high 14 assists, and 24 points. Carroll had an assist in a 7-1 victory over Immaculata on Oct. 24 and two assists in a 3-0 triumph over Lebanon Valley on Oct. 28. The Griffins ended the regular season 15-3 overall and captured the league’s regular-season crown with a 7-0 mark. TYLER EMGE (FLEETWOOD) » The 6-foot-1, 220-pound junior linebacker for the Shippensburg football team has 40 tackles, including 19 unassisted and 8.5 for losses and a sack. He also has an interception, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery. Emge had his best game in a 37-6 victory over Lock Haven on Sept. 30. He had seven tackles and picked up a fumble and returned it 25 yards for the Raiders’ first touchdown. Shippensburg is 8-1 overall and 5-1 in PSAC East play after a 2713 league victory at Kutztown on Oct. 28. SKYLER FRETZ (OLEY VALLEY) » The 5-foot-5 senior is having a big season on defense for the No. 5-ranked Penn State field hockey team. She leads NCAA Division I with 10 defensive saves in 18 starts. She’s chipped in with a goal and has keyed the 15-3 Nittany Lions defense which has given up 22 goals (1.21 goals against average) with six shutouts. Fretz was a National Field Hockey Coaches Association All-Mideast Region second team pick, an All-Big Ten Conference
second team selection and was named to the league All-Tournament team last season. KAYLEIGH KARDOS (DANIEL BOONE) » Kayleigh Kardos came into the season recovered and ready and has had a standout season with the Liberty women’s soccer team.
The 5-foot-5 forward from Douglassville (Daniel Boone) has played in all 19 games with four starts for the Lady Flames who posted a 106-3 overall record and tied for first in the Big South Conference with a 7-1-1 record heading into the league tournament.
Kardos had a goal and three assists and helped the Liberty defense limit foes to just 18 goals (0.90 goals against average) with eight shutouts. GABRIELLE STICK (EXETER) » The 5-foot-10 junior outside hitter continues to be a solid performer with the Lock Haven women’s volleyball team, the Bald Eagles 11-14 overall and 4-9 in PSAC play after a 3-0 league loss to California on Oct. 28 in Lock Haven. Stick is second on the team in digs with 226 and service aces with 26 and third on the squad in kills with 206 and total blocks with 42. She’s had five double-doubles and had a season-high 23 digs in a 3-2 victory over Millersville on Oct. 20 and a season-high 19 kills in a 3-2 triumph over Slippery Rock on Sept. 22. JASON BURNS (DANIEL BOONE) » The 5-foot11, 160-pound junior played in 12 games for the Chestnut Hill men’s soccer team, the Griffins finishing 5-12 overall and 4-8 in the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference after a 1-0 non-league loss to East Stroudsburg on Oct. 26. Burns made his first start of the season in that game. He had both goals in a 2-1 victory over Dominican on Sept. 16 and picked up an assist in a 3-0 triumph over Felician on Oct. 21. Burns entered this season having played in 32 games with eight starts and scoring two goals with three assists for seven points. COURTNEY VIDOVICH (DANIEL BOONE) » The 5-foot-10 junior Libero/ defensive specialist leads the Rochester women’s volleyball team with 436 digs. She also has 50 assists and 27 service aces for the Yellowjackets who are 18-11 on the season after going 2-1 in the New York Regional Challenge Oct. 27-28 in Rochester, N.Y.
Lock Haven’s Beckham Sibiski (Kutztown)