Behind 20 points by Mackenzie Clark, Southern Columbia defeated Loyalsock, 60-57, coming from behind in the fourth quarter to win the HAC-II matchup.
The Lancers led by one heading to the fourth quarter but the Tigers (4-0) outscored Loyalsock 13-9 over the final eight minutes for the win. Clark was nearly automatic once she stepped to the free throw line, finishing 16-for-18.
Danville 40, Jersey Shore 30
DANVILLE — Three days after scoring 22 points to help Danville to a win, Amber Renz one-upped herself with 23 points to lead the Ironmen to a victory over Jersey Shore.
Midd-West 38, Selinsgrove 28
MIDDLEBURG — Selinsgrove led after one quarter but Midd-West quickly rebounded to take the HAC-I win.
The Mustangs outscored the Seals 19-4 in the second quarter to lead at the half by eight. Morgan Shirk led the Mustangs with 13 points while Sam Rodkey led Selinsgrove with seven.
Mifflinburg 62, Milton 34
MILTON — Kayla Kline found her rhythm for the Wildcats to the tune of 23 points against Milton.
The sophomore had multiple options to dish the ball as Sara Stauffer added 18 and Julia McArdle-Coe scored seven to help Mifflinburg win.
Halifax 59, Lancaster Country Day 16
LANCASTER — Kylie Sorichetti paced the Wildcats for 20 points, draining eight shots and knocking down four free throws, to propel Halifax to the TVL win.
Shikellamy 62, Bald Eagle Area 46
WINGATE — Shikellamy and Bald Eagle Area combined for 16 three-pointers on Saturday afternoon, but in the end it was the Braves that got the win and handed Bald Eagle Area its first loss of the year.
The Braves (3-3) got a 15-point performance from Derek Amerman while Kyle Leitzel scored 13 and Austin Mowery added 11.
The trio combined for nine treys — three apiece — while senior C.J. Tyler (9 points) added another.
Danville 59, Berwick 45
BERWICK — After scoring a team-high 30 points, including sinking seven 3-pointers, the Ironmen’s Austin Renz was held scoreless against Berwick.
Luckily for Danville though, the Ironmen have plenty of playmakers to step up.
Zach Kozick scored 20 points while three others recorded double-digits.