Lewisburg 3, Williamsport 0
WILLIAMSPORT — Lewisburg is picking up speed for the upcoming District 4 playoffs as the Green Dragons won again, this time 3-0 over Williamsport in a Heartland-II matchup on Monday.
Mackenzie Moore scored off a Lauren Gargano assist 4:17 into the game. In the second half, goals by Emily Cole and Elke Velz put the game away for Lewisburg (10-7, 7-6 HAC-II).
“It was a nice, quiet game. It was a nice win,” said Lewisburg coach Jose Vega.
Midd-West 2, Selinsgrove 0
MIDDLEBURG — Allie Camp scored a pair of goals, including one a penalty kick, as the Mustangs handed the Seals a HAC-I setback.
Camp scored on a PK midway through the first half and scored in the second half off a feed from Janelle Arbogast. Paige Kauffman made three saves to earn the shutout for the Mustangs (10-6, 6-6 HAC-I).
Warrior Run 3, Mount Carmel 1
TURBOTVILLE — Taylor Landis scored twice in the first half as did Jordyn Johnson and the Defenders took the HAC-II win.
Sophie Biddle added a pair of assists for Warrior Run (17-0, 13-0 HAC-II).
Southern Columbia 2, Shamokin 0
CATAWISSA — Tiana Shutt and Maddie Stavinski each found the goal as Southern Columbia shutout Shamokin in a HAC-II contest.
The Tigers (12-4, 9-3 HAC-II) out-shot the Indians, 15-1, and Southern also attempted 16 corner kicks in the victory.
Hughesville 3, Mifflinburg 0
HUGHESVILLE — The Wildcats fell victim to several late goals, including two by Brittany Snyder, that were scored in the final 25 minutes of the HAC-II contest. Mifflinburg falls to 5-12, 4-9 in league play.
Danville 2, Williamsport 0
DANVILLE — Andrew Smith’s goal in the 43rd minute was the only goal the Ironmen needed to take the HAC-I victory.
Michael Rocci added an insurance goal for Danville (14-1-1 overall), scored in the 67th minute off an assist by Eric Dempsey.
Chris Dempsey didn’t need to make a save in the game, which was the 11th shutout of the year for the Ironmen.
East Juniata 8, Line Mountain 0
COCOLAMUS — A pair of first-half goals from both Devin Goodling and Jake Sankey propelled the Tigers to the Tri-Valley League win. East Juniata improves to 14-2, 12-0 in league play.
Sunbury Christian 4,New Covenant Acad. 2
MANSFIELD — Branden Sheaffer’s two second-half goals gave himself a hat trick and it also led the Eagles to the regular season-ending Allegheny Christian Athletic Association win.
Taylor Edwards added two assists and Tanner Gutelius scored the other goal for Sunbury Christian (11-6-2, 8-4-2 ACAA), which begins play in the ACAA Tournament on Thursday at 4 p.m. versus Dubois Christian.
Benton 3, Southern Columbia 2
BENTON — Moments after tying the game at 2, Benton scored the game-winning goal with 9:04 left in the HAC-II game. Katie Varano and Shawna Swartz scored the goals for Southern (3-14 overall).
East Juniata 1, Line Mountain 0
COCOLAMUS — Lydia Koser’s unassisted goal late in the second half gave the Tigers the Tri-Valley League win. Line Mountain falls to 14-4, 7-3 in league play.
Greenwood 9, Lancaster Country Day 0
Greenwood 9, Juniata 0
MILLERSTOWN — The Wildcats had some unfinished business to do before they wrapped up the TVL season by rolling to a pair of dominating wins.
Taylor Tompkins scored four goals in the win over Lancaster Country Day for Greenwood (13-2-1, 9-0 TVL), before Brittany Fleisher scored four goals for the Wildcats in the win over Juniata.