MONTOURSVILLE — A two-run homer in the fourth inning by Chad Diggan gave Milton a one-run lead, but it was temporary as Montoursville came back with two runs to take a 4-3 Heartland Athletic Conference Division I victory.
Montoursville (3-0 overall and HAC-I) took an early lead on a two-run home run from Christian Clark in the first inning.
Behind Diggan’s homer Milton tallied three runs in the fourth to take the lead, but Montoursville scored a run in each of the fourth and fifth innings to come back for the win.
Jersey Shore 6, Mifflinburg 2
JERSEY SHORE — The Bulldogs tallied five runs in the first inning to take the HAC-I win. Matt Kurelja and Logan Cooper each had a pair of hits for the Wildcats (0-4 overall and HAC-I).
Hughesville 16, Lewisburg 3 (5 inn.)
HUGHESVILLE — Sam Booth pitched 3 2/3 innings and also hit a home run as the Spartans took the HAC-II win. Pat Corrigan singled and had two RBIs for the Green Dragons.
Danville 104, Mifflinburg 46
MIFFLINBURG — The Ironmen won all but one event on the track to take the HAC-I victory.
Two of Danville’s wins on the came from Mikeal Owens-Wright in the 100 meters (11.9 seconds) and 400 (55.5).
Dillon Culp swept the jumping events to lead Mifflinburg.
Warrior Run 123, So. Williamsport 26
TURBOTVILLE — Lukas Weikel won three events to help lead the Defenders to the HAC-II victory. Weikel won the 300 intermediate hurdles (44.9), high jump (5-4) and he ran a leg on the 1,600 relay for Warrior Run (1-0).
Danville 106, Mifflinburg 44
MIFFLINBURG — Alison Billas and Vada Majors won two individual events apiece to lead the Ironmen to the HAC-II victory.
Billas won the 800 and the 3,200, while Majors won the discus and the high jump for Danville.
Brooke Zimmerman was a double-event winner for Mifflinburg.
Warrior Run 127, South Williamsport 21
TURBOTVILLE — Bri Clayton was a three-event winner to lead the Defenders to the HAC-II win.
Clayton won the 100-meter dash (13.5), 100 hurdles (18.0) and she ran a leg on the winning 1,600 relay for Warrior Run (1-0), which had an additional six runners win two events apiece.
Selinsgrove 15, Bellefonte 2
SELINSGROVE — Ryan Stroup tallied five goals and three assists as the Seals took the CSLL game. Ben Youngman added four goals and an assist for Selinsgrove (2-1).
Midd-West 15, Bellefonte 4
MIDDLEBURG — Felicia Bickhart and Kailey Wagner scored four goals and had two assists apiece to lead the Mustangs to the CSLL win.
Midd-West is 5-0.
High School Roundup: Warrior Run softball romps to victory
Eight different girls got at least one hit to combine in a 14-4, five-inning Heartland-II win as Warrior Run downed Lewisburg in softball action Tuesday.
Jackie Vognetz got the win and Mackenzie Gardner drove in three runs for Warrior Run (3-7).
Jon Gerardi on softball: Bingaman brings record back to the family
Amber Bingaman just assumed it was your typical single last Thursday against Line Mountain. There wasn’t anything too extraordinary about it.
Track and Field: Selinsgrove boys, girls sweep Lewisburg
Lewisburg coach Jon Clark knew depth in the throws was going to be a problem coming into the season, noting it in his preseason overview.
Wrestler of the Year: Southern's Kent Lane has the eye of the tiger.
If Kent Lane had a bumper sticker, it might read, “I’d rather be wrestling.”
High School Roundup: Brent's home run lifts Danville
A three-run home run by Zach Brent in the fifth inning gave the Danville baseball team a lead it wouldn’t give up in beating Loyalsock, 5-1, in a Heartland crossover game Monday.
Baseball: Seals' Rapp quiets Southern's bats
Isaiah Rapp just needed a few runs and some dirt to fly up to change his fate.
Boys Basketball: EJ's Lorenz, Coder named Daily Item Players of the Year
If you asked any of the East Juniata players about this year, you’d probably get a variation of the same answer: It was one incredible, unforgettable ride.
There was the huge win for the first time at Greenwood since 1986, and the school’s first Tri-Valley League title in the Tigers’ 60-year existence. The perfect regular season came shortly thereafter, setting the school record for most wins (21).
Softball: Milton downs Mifflinburg in HAC-I showdown
Staring at a full count, Milton’s Taylor Batman took the next pitch and crushed it well beyond the outfield fence in left field. As she rounded the bases, you could see the senior crack a smile as she high-fived Milton coach Bill Keefer at third and was embraced by teammates at home.
Girls lacrosse: Danville tops Lewisburg
Taking a page from the Danville football team — where defense wins championships — the girls lacrosse team held its eighth straight opponent to single-digit goals with a 14-3 win over Lewisburg on Monday afternoon.
Knicks fire coach head coach
Mike Woodson was fired as coach the New York Knicks on Monday after his team fell from division champions to out of the playoffs in one season.
High School Roundup: Line Mountain wins tournament behind MVP Bobb
A pair of Tri-Valley League foes met in the final of the Zalar baseball Tournament, with Line Mountain edging Upper Dauphin, 5-4, for the title.
Selinsgrove Speedway: Smith wires field for URC win
A week after finishing second in the season opener, Sunbury’s Mark Smith dominated the 67th-season opening race for the United Racing Company on Saturday night at Selinsgrove Speedway.
Baseball: Mifflinburg's Church returns home to honor former coach
Tom Church remembers his wake-up call, the moment that plotted the course for the rest of his life.
Boys lacrosse: Lewisburg tops Scranton Prep to remain unbeaten
When it comes to the fundamentals of lacrosse, the only area in which Lewisburg needs work is throwing and catching the ball on the run.
Focus on Wildlife: Rattlesnakes
When I was a young boy, my mother used to tell us that thunderstorms in April happened to let the rattlesnakes know that it was time to wake up from their winter hibernation.
Ken Maurer outdoors column: Hitting the water
Trout season is coming along slowly. At least it hasn’t snowed much in the past few days.
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