Girls soccer

Mifflinburg 2

Midd-West 0

MIFFLINBURG — After a scoreless first half against Midd-West, all Mifflinburg needed to get on the board in the Heartland Athletic Conference Division I contest was a little luck.

Sophomore Ella Shuck provided that luck, as her corner kick early in the second half found its mark to help give Mifflinburg a 2-0 victory over Midd-West.

Shuck’s kick hit off the back past and went past Midd-West goalkeeper Leah Ferster just 3:16 into the second half.

Later, Makayla Weber added some much-needed insurance for the Wildcats as she scored off a set piece in the 68th minute.

Kristi Benfield made that two-goal lead easily stand up by making six saves for the clean sheet.

Mifflinburg 2, Midd-West 0at MifflinburgSecond half

Miff-Ella Shuck, unassisted off corner kick, 43:16. Miff-Makayla Weber, unassisted off set piece, 67:05.

Shots: Mifflinburg, 19-6; Corners: Mifflinburg, 5-2; Saves: Mifflinburg, Kristi Benfield, 6; Midd-West, Leah Ferster, 17.Central Columbia 5

Warrior Run 0

TURBOTVILLE — The Blue Jays scored four first-half goals en route to the shutout in Turbotville.

Warrior Run’s Kylee Brouse had 10 saves in goal.

The Defenders are back in action Monday at home with Milton.

Girls tennis

Danville 4

Lewisburg 1

LEWISBURG — Bekah Vance won her match in straight sets, but the rest of her Green Dragon teammates weren’t as fortunate as the Ironmen took the HAC-II victory.

Vance defeated Paige Holcombe, 6-2, 6-2, in her No. 1 singles match to lead Lewisburg (1-5).

Danville 4, Lewisburg 1at LewisburgSingles

1. Bekah Vance (L) def. Paige Holcombe, 6-2, 6-2. 2. Cara Bohner (D) def. Ayra Tufail, 6-4, 6-1. 3. Sarah Bhanushali (D) def. Sofia Waughen, 6-0, 6-2.


1. Marianna Arnabar-Mahek Kotru (D) def. Grace Hilkert-Bridget Kinnaman, 6-4, 6-2. 2. Kyra Welliver-Jordan Brookhart (D) def. Mia Kazakavage-Katelyn Fessler, 6-0, 6-2.

Williamsport 4

Mifflinburg 1

WILLIAMSPORT — Rockell Keister’s three-set win at No. 2 singles highlighted the match for the Wildcats, who fell to the Millionaires in the HAC-I matchup.

Keister, who normally plays at No. 3 singles for Mifflinburg (0-7) moved up and beat Breanna Chicas, 3-6, 7-5, 10-7 (super tiebreak).

Williamsport 4, Mifflinburg 1at WilliamsportSingles

1. Mary Hillman (W) def. Destiny Jonesk, 6-3, 6-0. 2. Rockell Keister (M) def. Breanna Chicas, 3-6, 7-5, 10-7. 3. Allyson McCann (W) def. Kylie Vasbinder, 6-4, 6-1.


1. Emma Campbell-Teagan Marty (W) def. Rebecca Reimer-Kooper Haines, 6-0, 6-2. 2. Abby Robertson-Shay Robinson (W) def. Alexis Scopelliti-Kassidy Reedy, 6-0, 6-2.

Shikellamy 5

Milton 0

SUNBURY — The Braves took the match, but not without a fight.

Alanna Stamm pushed No. 1 Melanie Minnier to three sets.

The Black Panthers are at Jersey Shore today.

Shikellamy 5, Milton 0

at Shikellamy Singles No. 1 Melanie Minnier (S) def. Alanna Stamm 4-6, 7-5, 7-6; No. 2 Kiersten Strohecker (S) def. Brooklyn Wade 6-2, 6-3; No. 3 Olivia Weaver (S) def. Maddy Nicholas 6-3, 6-1. Doubles No. 1 Kelly Sprenkel-Anne Norris (S) def. Mackenzie Counsil-Maddy Chappell 6-3, 6-3; No. 2 Allie Minnier-Lily Weist (S) def. Lydia Crawford-Addy Ayala 6-2, 6-2.

GolfLoyalsock 192

Warrior Run 218

WILLIAMSPORT — Hannah Rabb carded a 38 to lead all golfers, but the Defenders fell to the Lancers in the HAC-II meet at Williamsport Country Club.

Kaelyn Watson and Mason Sheesly tied for second place with a 59 for Warrior Run.

Grace Shaible shot a 42 to lead Loyalsock.

Loyalsock 192, Warrior Run 218at WilliamsportLoyalsock:

Grace Shaible, 42; Cassie Gee, 48; Allyia Kennedy, 50; Keanu Singh, 52; Mia Patterson, 53; Chase Cowder, 56

Warrior Run:

Hannah Rabb, 38; Kaelyn Watson, 59; Mason Sheesly, 59; Reagan Campbell, 62; Hunter Saul, 67; Emily Troutman, 68.

Midd-West 176

Milton 182

MILTON — Despite having their four lowest golfers all shooting in the 40s, the Black Panthers still fell to the Mustangs in the HAC-II meet held at Wynding Brook Golf Club.

Isaiah Day paced Milton with a 5-over-par 40, while Cade Wirnsberger followed with a 46. In addition, Carter Fedder carded a 47 and Kendall Fedder had a 49.

Midd-West 176, Milton 182at MiltonMidd-West:

Jullian Krainak, 35; Kyle Beward, 44; Nick Whitesel, 45; Caroline Zerbe, 52; Noah Bogush, 56.


Isaiah Day, 40; Cade Wirnsberger, 46; Carter Fedder, 47; Kendall Fedder, 49; Chase Hoffman, 51; Camden Scoggins, 59.

Milton 179

Warrior Run 198

TURBOTVILLE — Cade Wirnsberger and Chase Hoffman each fired a 43 and Carter Fedder carded a 46 to lead Milton past Warrior Run in golf action Tuesday in Milton.

Warrior Run’s Hannah Rabb led all golfers with a 39. Mason Sheesly fired a 52 and Kaelyn Watson a 53 for the Defenders.

Warrior Run: Hannah Rabb 39, Mason Sheesly 52, Kaelyn Watson 53, Reagan Campbell 54, Hunter Saul 59, Emily Trautman 60 Milton: Cade Wirnsberger 43, Chase Hoffman 43, Carter Fedder 46, Isaiah Day 47, Kendall Fedder 49, Camden Scoggins 70

Scores from Wednesday’s e-Edition (for more information about the e-Edition, call us at 570-742-9671)

Boys soccer

Warrior Run 6, Southern Columbia 0 Milton 3, Montoursville 0 Lewisburg 13, Shikellamy 0 Mifflinburg at Danville, PPD TBD

Girls soccer

Northumberland Christian 4, Meadowbrook Christian 2

Cross countryBoys

Lewisburg 15, Mifflinburg 50 Warrior Run 16, Midd-West 39


Lewisburg 15, Mifflinburg 50 Warrior Run 15, Midd-West 44


Montoursville 171, Mifflinburg 196

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