The Daily Item, Sunbury, PA


January 9, 2014

H.S. roundup: Game-high 26 from Sam Allen lifts Lewisburg boys



Montoursville 36, Lewisburg 28

MONTOURSVILLE — The Green Dragons matched the Warriors point for point until the final quarter when Montoursville scored 18 to pull away for the HAC-II win.

Emily Conrad knocked down three 3-pointers and finished with 14 points to lead Lewisburg (4-6, 0-4 HAC-II).

Mifflinburg 50, Midd-West 23

MIDDLEBURG — Kayla Kline scored 17 points while Julia McArdle-Coe added 10 points and nine rebounds in the Wildcats’ dominating HAC-I win.

Sara Stauffer added seven points and seven steals for Mifflinburg.

Midd-West (4-4, 1-3 HAC-I) was led by Morgan Shirk’s 11 points.

Danville 48, Milton 37

MILTON — Maggie Wetzel may have out-dueled Amber Renz in the contest, but Renz and the Ironmen got the last laugh by taking the HAC-I win.

Renz scored 16 points, with 10 of those points coming in the second quarter as Danville took a 35-25 halftime lead.

Wetzel led Milton (6-4, 2-2 HAC-I) with 17 points.

Mount Carmel 46, Southern Columbia 26

CATAWISSA — Ali Varano scored 16 points and Jen Bolick added 10 to lead the Red Tornadoes to the HAC-II victory. Mount Carmel (8-2) out-scored Southern 25-11 in the first half.

Line Mountain 53, Lancaster Co. Day 19

MANDATA — Led by Joelle Snyder’s 14 points, three players scored in double figures in the Eagles’ Tri-Valley League win. Madison Lagerman and Madeline Reed added 11 points apiece for the Eagles (3-5 overall).

Shamokin 40, Jersey Shore 26

COAL TOWNSHIP — Liv Bonshock tallied 14 points, and Catie Pancher and Gabriann Lahr added 10 points apiece in the Indians’ HAC-I victory.

Central Columbia 46, Warrior Run 44 (OT)

TURBOTVILLE — Abby Fisher and Steph Shamburg combined for 28 points but their Defenders (8-1) were beaten for the first time this season.


Mifflinburg 48, Milton 28

MIFFLINBURG — Beginning with Patrick Wetzel’s fall at 113 pounds, the Wildcats pinned their way to wins in five of their first seven matches to take the Heartland-I victory.

Noah Kuba (126), Cooper Wagner (132), Cole Walter (152) and Darian Trego (160) followed Wetzel with pins of their own.

Logan Bennett (120), Ryan Preisch (170), Gage Heller (182) and Nevin Aeppli (220) had pins for Milton.

Selinsgrove 40, Midd-West 33

MIDDLEBURG — Selinsgrove escaped Midd-West with a seven-point team win for the Seals.

Aaron Boob got things started at 182 for the Seals by pinning the Mustangs’ Jerry Lewis in 1:12.

Selinsgrove won four total matches with a pin, including at 285 when Andrew Boob pinned Adam Zerbe in 3:34 and at 170, where Nathan Bingaman pinned Cameron Snook in 1:23.

The Seals are 3-2, while Midd-West is 5-12.

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