SUNBURY – Lewisburg remained undefeated as the Green Dragons handed Shikellamy its first loss of the year following a 7-3 Heartland Athletic Conference Division I triumph Tuesday.

Lewisburg (3-0, 1-0 HAC-I) tallied four goals in the first half – one each by Matt Reish, Carter Hoover, Zach Kreisher and Nick Passaniti.

Then after Shikellamy (2-1, 0-1) cut its deficit to 2 following two straight goals to start the second half, Lewisburg got two right back when Passaniti and Kreisher scored with 1:30 of each other.

Later in the second half, Philip Permyashkin put the icing on the cake by scoring with 1:31 remaining.

Lewisburg next hosts Selinsgrove at 4:30 p.m. Thursday.

Lewisburg 7, Shikellamy 3At ShikellamyFirst half

Lew-Matt Reish, assist Zach Kreisher, 20:07. Lew-Carter Hoover, assist Philip Permyashkin, 14:40. Lew-Kreisher, assist Hoover, 11:03. Lew-Nick Passaniti, unassisted, 7:34.

Second half

Shik-Ryan Williams, unassisted, 37:02. Shik-Williams, unassisted, 17:34. Lew-Passaniti, assist Hoover, 10:52. Lew-Kreisher, assist Reish, 9:30. Shik-Darwin Vazquez, 9:30. Lew-Permyashkin, assist Hoover, 1:31.

Shots: Lewisburg, 15-6; Corners: Lewisburg, 3-1; Saves:

Lewisburg (Evan Hopkinson), 3; Shikellamy (Zechman), 8.

JV score:

Lewisburg, 3-0.

Milton 6

Montoursville 1

MILTON – The Black Panthers’ offense exploded for six second-half goals to rout the Warriors in the Heartland-II contest.

Evan Yoder scored twice, plus Dom Ballo and Brodey Scoggins each added a goal and an assist for Milton (2-1, 1-0 HAC-II).

In addition for the Black Panthers, Seth Yoder and Conner Smith also scored, with Carter Lilley chipping in three assists in the win against Montoursville (2-3).

Milton next hosts Central Columbia at 4:30 p.m. Thursday.

Milton 6, Montoursville 1At MiltonSecond half

Milt-Dominic Ballo, assist Brodey Scoggins, 61:03. Milt-Evan Yoder, assist Carter Lilley, 63:22. Mont-Dominick Pulizzi, unassisted, 68:05. Milt-E. Yoder, penalty kick, 70:04. Milt-Seth Yoder, assist Ballo, 71:51 Milt-Scoggins, assist Lilley, 72:57. Milt-Conner Smith, assist Lilley, 74:10.

Shots: Milton 15-5; Corners: Milton, 9-1; Saves:

Milton (Jonah Strobel), 4; Montoursville (Mason Lauchle), 9.

Warrior Run 2

Southern Columbia 0

TURBOTVILLE – Alex Brown scored twice in the second half to lead the Defenders to a big Heartland-II victory over the Tigers.

Luke Mattox assisted on both goals for Warrior Run (2-3, 1-0 HAC-II), which led in shots 6-1 and corners 5-3 over Southern (3-2, 2-1).

Warrior Run is next at Central Columbia at 1 p.m. Saturday.

Other area scores:

Central Columbia 3, Jersey Shore 1 Schuylkill Haven 3, Lourdes Regional 0 Muncy 2, Sullivan County 1

Girls soccer

Milton 3

Danville 1

DANVILLE – Down by a goal at the half, the Black Panthers scored three times in the second half to come back and take the Heartland-II victory over the Ironmen.

The game was halted with 14:15 left in the first half due to lightning with Danville leading 1-0.

Janae Bergey scored twice, and Leah Walter also had a goal for Milton (5-0), which also got a pair of assists from Maddi Zeiber and one from Walter.

Milton, which led in shots (11-7), corners (8-3) and got six saves from Mo Reiner, next hosts Mount Carmel at 4:30 p.m. today.

Field hockey

Mifflinburg 1

Shikellamy 1 (OT)

SUNBURY – The Wildcats and the Braves traded goals in the fourth quarter, but that was it as the Heartland-I showdown ended in a tie.

Sara Harter scored the goal for Mifflinburg (0-4-1) with 7:34 remaining in regulation, and then with 6:25 left the Braves got a goal from Gwen Wiest to tie the game up.

Mifflinburg next hosts Southern Columbia at 4:30 p.m. Thursday.

Mifflinburg 1, Shikellamy 1 (OT)At ShikellamyFourth quarter

Miff-Sara Harter, unassisted, 7:34. Shik-Gwen Wiest, 6:25.

Shots: Mifflinburg, 24-5; Corners: Mifflinburg, 17-4; Saves:

Mifflinburg (Lilee Dorman), 4; Shikellamy (Reagan Wiest), 22.

Danville 9

Milton 1

DANVILLE – The Black Panthers fell in the HAC-I matchup to the Ironmen.

Sara Dewyer tallied the goal for Milton, which next hosts Shikellamy at 4:30 p.m. Thursday.


Lewisburg 155

Mifflinburg 186

MIDDLEBURG – Sean Kelly and Will Gronlund both carded 37s to lead the Green Dragons to the Heartland-I victory at Shade Mountain Golf Course.

In addition to Kelly and Gronlund, Nick Mahoney shot a 38 for Lewisburg (4-0).

Adam Snayberger paced Mifflinburg (1-3) with a 43, plus Nick Osborne and Brady Struble both had 47s on the Wildcats’ home course.

Today, Lewisburg next plays at Shikellamy and Mifflinburg plays at Shamokin. Both matches start at 3:30 p.m.

Lewisburg 155, Mifflinburg 186At Shade Mountain Golf Course, par 36Lewisburg results: Sean Kelly, 37; Will Gronlund, 37; Nick Mahoney, 38; Ava Markunas, 43. Other golfers:

Collin Starr, 47; Tori Vonderheid, 55.

Mifflinburg results: Adam Snayberger, 43; Nick Osborne, 47; Brady Struble, 47; Dylan Stroup, 49. Other golfers:

Jarret Foster, 51; Jeremy Page, 68.

Central Columbia 181

Warrior Run 204

BERWICK – Hannah Rabb led all golfers with a 37 to receive medalist honors, but the Defenders fell to the Blue Jays in the Heartland-II match. Warrior Run hosts Milton today at 3:30 p.m.

Central Columbia 181, Warrior Run 204At Berwick Country ClubCentral results: Kaleb Wagner, 42; Preston Cleaver, 44; Bryce Derr, 44; Joey Bierly, 51. Other golfers:

Ellis Turner, 53; Brody Beaver, 56.

Warrior Run results: Hannah Rabb, 37; Hunter Saul, 55; Dylan Laubach, 56; Kailyn Watson, 56. Other golfers: Reagan Campbell, 56; Mason Sheesly, 57.

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