The Daily Item, Sunbury, PA


February 12, 2014

High school roundup: Four Danville boys score double figures

By The Daily Item


DANVILLE -- Zack Kozick and Austin Renz scored 15 points apiece to lead Danville past Selinsgrove, 67-41, for the Heartland-I victory Wednesday.

Phil Stemm added 14 points, and Dan Seebold chipped in 11 points for Danville (15-6, 11-3), which wraps up the regular season by hosting Williamsport on Friday.

Ethan Fadale scored 13 points to lead Selinsgrove (3-18 overall).

n Mifflinburg 50,

Midd-West 36

MIDDLEBURG -- The Wildcats had just a little bit better start to the game than the Mustangs, as they out-scored Midd-West 27-16 in the first half to pull out the HAC-I win.

Clark Sheakley scored 15 points, and Jordan Wagner added 12 to lead Mifflinburg (9-12 overall).

Zach Schrader had 12 points to lead Midd-West (3-17).

n Mount Carmel 50,

Warrior Run 44

TURBOTVILLE -- Behind Zach Tocyloski's game-high 16 points, three players scored in double figures in the HAC-II win for the Red Tornadoes.

Christian Kelley added 12 points and Ben Scicchitano chipped in 10 for Mount Carmel (11-12 overall).

Jared Bender scored 14 points for Warrior Run (7-14).

n Greenwood 54,

Line Mountain 32

MANDATA -- Adam Harrison's 16 points and 11 from Seth Ferguson lifted the Wildcats to the Tri-Valley League victory.

Elijah Zablosky scored 15 points and pulled down 12 rebounds to lead Line Mountain (2-19, 2-14 TVL). Kellan Masser added seven points and five assists for the Eagles.

Greenwood improves to 17-5, 13-3 in league play.


n Bellefonte 54,

Shikellamy 21

SUNBURY -- The Braves recorded a trio of pins in a span of four bouts, but Bellefonte carried the match with 10 wins.

Joe Snyder (182 pounds), Dwayne Pepper (220) and Jeremy Bacon (285) had falls for Shikellamy (8-11).

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