Here are some Top Performers in Erie County high school athletics from Feb. 6-11

District 10 athletes continue to put up impressive showings throughout the 2022-23 winter seasons.

Here are some of the Top Performances from the past week:


Conner McChesney, Fort LeBoeuf
Conner McChesney, Fort LeBoeuf

Conner McChesney, Fort LeBoeuf: The Bison advanced to the final of a PIAA Class 2A team tournament for the first time since 2011 thanks to his pin in the 172-pound finale of their 31-23 semifinal upset of the formerly-undefeated Burgettstown Devils.

Danny Church, Fort LeBoeuf: The regular 215-pound starter for the Bison, competing at heavyweight, won his 100th career match when they upset Burgettstown 31-23 in the semifinals of the PIAA 2A team tournament. .... His 54-second fall was the first of four straight matches the host Bison won at the end of their 45-24 dual victory vs. Frazier during the PIAA 2A team tournament's preliminary round.

Jackson Bowers, Fort LeBoeuf: The 145-pounder's pin gave the Bison an insurmountable lead for their eventual 34-28 quarterfinal win against Chestnut Ridge at the PIAA 2A team tournament in Hershey.

Brody Beers, Fort LeBoeuf: The Bison clinched their eventual 33-24 victory vs. Warrior Run in the first round of the PIAA 2A team tournament thanks to his 10-2 major decision in the 152 weight class.

Hayden Hebner, Union City: The 145-pounder's 39-second fall was the fastest for the Bears when they won 36-30 at Harbor Creek.

Hunter Gonda, Harbor Creek: The 152-pounder had the fastest fall (37 seconds) during the Huskies' 48-6 dual victory over the Erie High Royals.

Julien Wayne, Girard: The 114-pounder recorded a 15-0 technical fall, which also contributed five team points to the YellowJackets' 56-15 dual victory vs. the Cambridge Springs Blue Devils.

Pascal Laporte, North East: He only required 19 seconds for a fall in the 152 match of the Grapepickers' 64-9 non-region rout of the Erie High Royals.

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Boys basketball

Jake Sambuchino, Cathedral Prep: His 20 points were notable for the Ramblers, who beat the visiting Meadville Bulldogs 68-33.

Logan Anderson, General McLane: The Lancers, with the aid of his 18 points, beat the Fort LeBoeuf Bison 61-45.

Tyler Grove, McDowell: The Trojans defeated Ohio's Austintown Fitch 68-48 in part because of his 17 points.

Ryan Carr, Girard: He was part of a balanced scoring effort (11 points) when the YellowJackets beat the Northwestern Wildcats 77-30.

Justin Pasko, Mercyhurst Prep: He scored 14 points for the Lakers, who beat Iroquois 76-52.

Jay Smith, Erie High: The Royals, with significant help form his 21 points, defeated the Harbor Creek Huskies 63-43.

Nolan Seabury, Seneca: He scored 19 points for the Bobcats during their 66-55 win over Erie First Christian.

Kamden Kramer, McDowell: He scored 17 points for the Trojans en route to their easy 76-43 victory vs. the Fort LeBoeuf Bison.

Nate Edwards, Girard: The YellowJackets won 57-43 at the rival Fairview Tigers thanks in large part to his 16 points.

Erie High School's Honest Olango blocks a first-half shot against Harbor Creek in Erie on Friday.
Erie High School's Honest Olango blocks a first-half shot against Harbor Creek in Erie on Friday.

Honest Olango, Erie High: The Royals routed Dunkirk (New York) 107-30, with his 20 points their team-high.

Amaree Pickens, Cathedral Prep: His 18 points were part of the Ramblers' 68-41 victory vs. General McLane.

Logan Kibbe, Seneca: He scored 18 points during the Bobcats' 64-37 win against the Northwestern Wildcats.

Noah Crozier, North East: His 15 points were part of the Grapepickers' 60-35 victory over Iroquois.

Jeremy Ganska, Mercyhurst Prep: The Lakers beat Erie First Christian 62-53 in great part because of his 20 points.

Bryce Drayer, Union City: He scored 13 points for the Bears, who beat the Cochranton Cardinals 45-44.

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Girls basketball

Jayden McBride, Cathedral Prep: Her 17 points were nearly half of North Allegheny's total when the Ramblers won 40-36 at Wexford. ... Earlier in the week, her 18-point performance also was significant when they beat the rival McDowell Trojans 47-33.

Brooke Wienczkowski, Union City: She totaled 13 points for the Bears, who dominated the Youngsville Eagles 64-18.

Makayla Presser-Palmer, Northwestern: The freshman recorded 17 points for the Wildcats when they won 50-14 over the rival Girard YellowJackets.

Addie Biel, Cathedral Prep
Addie Biel, Cathedral Prep

Addie Biel, Cathedral Prep: Her 15 points were a prime portion of the offense for the Ramblers when they won 72-18 over Fort LeBoeuf.

Olivia Kulyk, Mercyhurst Prep: Her 23-point performance was more than enough to outscore the Rockets when the Lakers defeated them 63-15. ... She also had a team-high 17 points for the highlight of the team's 45-34 win over Northwestern.

Amaiya Nelson, McDowell: She scored 14 points for the Trojans throughout their 47-38 victory vs. the General McLane Lancers.

Alex Cozzens, North East: The Grapepickers beat Seneca 52-33 in part because of her 13 points.

Bre Heidt, Fairview: The Tigers topped the visiting Erie High Royals 56-48 with her 26-point contribution. ... Earlier in the week, her 16 points nearly matched Fort LeBoeuf's total when they topped the Bison 59-18.

Cathryn Reynolds, Union City
Cathryn Reynolds, Union City

Cathryn Reynolds, Union City: Her eight points were part of a balanced offense for the Bears when they won a low-scoring 36-28 final against Saegertown.

Kayla Forsythe, North East: She scored 12 points for the Grapepickers, who grounded the Titusville Rockets 63-14.

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Samantha Zank, Harbor Creek: A 22-point effort was significant for the Huskies en route to their 46-39 victory vs. Erie High.

Mallory Hammill, Seneca: She had 14 points for the Bobcats, who beat the Iroquois Braves 44-11.

Tayler Elchynski, Corry: She scored 10 points for the Beavers when they defeated the Meadville Bulldogs 40-27.

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Boys swimming

Kameron Bastow, McDowell: The freshman won as an individual (50 freestyle) and with a relay (200 medley) during the Trojans' 138-26 dual victory vs. the Mercyhurst Prep Lakers.

Owen Carson, Cathedral Prep: He won four times during the Ramblers' 134-28 dual win against the Meadville Bulldogs.

Evan Kemp, North East: He anchored the Grapepickers' 400-yard freestyle relay to a first-place time of 3 minutes, 39.12 seconds, which clinched a rare tie (85-all) in their dual vs. Union City.

Tanner Pike, Union City: He won twice for the Bears during their rare 85-all tie in a dual against the North East Grapepickers ... Earlier, he anchored the Bears' first-place, 400-yard freestyle relay for the last of his four victories and the most decisive win when they defeated General McLane 97-64.

Evan Teeter, McDowell: The senior won three times when the Trojans defeated Meadville 131-36.

Mitchell Myers, Fairview: He was a four-time victor for the Tigers when they defeated Corry 130-40.

Finn Jensen, Fairview: The four-time winner for the Tigers also contributed to their 117-41 dual victory vs. Girard.

Brandon Jackson, Corry: The freshman anchored the Beavers to victory in the 400 freestyle relay, the difference in the team's 81-77 dual win against North East.

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Girls swimming

Anna Riedel, North East: She was a four-time victor for the Grapepickers when they defeated the Union City Bears 95-70.

Maria Costa, Cathedral Prep: The four-time victor for the Ramblers also helped them defeat Meadville 124-54.

Abby Zablotny, Fairview: She won four times in as many starts for the Tigers during their 120-61 dual win over the Corry Beavers.

Ava Kubeja, McDowell swimming: She finished first three times for the Trojans when they topped Mercyhurst Prep 112-39.

Emerald Rucks, Fairview: She was a triple victor for the Tigers during their 123-45 dual victory over the rival Girard YellowJackets.

Kara Hoffman, McDowell: She took part in three victories for the Trojans during their 109-70 win against the Meadville Bulldogs.

Katherine Quinn, General McLane: The 200-yard freestyle and 100 backstroke comprised half of her four victories for the Lancers when they beat the Union City Bears 136-34.

Rachel Moats, Corry: The freshman won four times for the Beavers, who prevailed for a competitive 95-70 dual victory vs. the North East Grapepickers.

Girls bowling

Taylor Kretz, McDowell: She rolled a 195 game amid her 572 series, each of which contributed to the Trojans' 21-7 victory vs. Cathedral Prep in Metro League play at Rolling Meadow Lanes.

Kim Walls, Erie High: Her 485 series was the highest for the Royals when they beat Mercyhurst Prep 19½-8½ in their latest Metro League meeting.

Boys indoor track and field

Jace Walls, General McLane: He won the high jump competition for a TSTCA meet at Edinboro University as the first participant who cleared 5 feet, 9 inches.

Bradon Schneider, Erie High: He finished first in the pole vault competition (15-1) for a TSTCA meet at Edinboro University.

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This article originally appeared on Erie Times-News: Erie County high school Top Performers for the week of Feb. 6-11