MOUNT CARMEL — Lourdes Regional won a wild game over Lewisburg on Friday as Caity Funk and Jayme Lentini drove in three runs apiece in a 15-5 nonleague win for the Red Raiders.
Lourdes took took a five-run lead after it scored four runs in each of the second and third innings. The Red Raiders later put the game away with a six-run fifth.
Lentini had two hits in the game for Lourdes, as did Emily Long, who also walked twice and scored three times.
Southern Columbia 4, Col. Montour Vo-Tech. 1
BLOOMSBURG — Tyler Behrent hit a solo home run and Taylor Young hit a two-run double in the final two innings of the Tigers’ HAC-III victory. Southern improves to 6-2, 4-1 in league play.
Selinsgrove 8, Hughesville 8 (susp.)
HUGHESVILLE — The Heartland crossover game between the Seals and the Spartans was suspended with the hosts batting in the bottom of the fourth inning. The game will be resumed today at 4 p.m.
The following scholastic events scheduled for Friday were postponed by rain. Make-up dates are provided when available.
Lewisburg at Milton, May 4, 11 a.m.
Track and field
Lock Haven Invitational, cancelled
Midd-West at Carlisle, April 29, 4:30
Lewisburg at State College, cancelled
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