The Daily Item, Sunbury, PA

September 29, 2013

H.S. roundup: Milton football routs Carson Long on Saturday


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FOOTBALL

NEW BLOOMFIELD -- Brady Chappell threw for three touchdowns and ran for another as Milton beat Carson Long, 56-7, to move to 3-2 on the year.

Chappell credited the offensive line for Milton's success.

"(The offensive line) gave us all the time in the world today," he said. "It seemed like whatever Carson Long did, we had the answer. They gave me time to throw."

Chappell ran the ball in from a yard out in the first quarter to put Milton on the board as Milton scored just once in the first quarter. The Black Panthers scored 49 points over the final three quarters.

In the second, Chappell tossed two of his three scores and Jayson English and Jovan Garrison each ran in a touchdown.

n Juniata 47,

East Juniata 44

(Friday, late)

MIFFLINTOWN -- The Tigers tried to come back with a kickoff return from David Brantley and a passing touchdown but Juniata held on for a win on Friday.

Ty Treaster ran for 138 yards and two scores for Juniata (2-3) while Brantley ran for a score and threw a passing touchdown for East Juniata (2-3). Both teams surpassed 300 yards in the high-scoring affair. Juniata took a 21-17 lead into halftime in a game which was back and forth throughout.

BOYS SOCCER

n Central Mountain 2,

Selinsgrove 0

SELINSGROVE -- Central Mountain scored two goals -- one in each half -- to shut out the Seals.

Tom Eaton and Tom Hulett scored for Central Mountain. Kevin Hook stopped seven Seals shots in the win.

n Millville 4,

Southern Columbia 1

CATAWISSA -- A hat trick from Mitchell Watts gave Millville a victory over Southern Columbia.

Jacob Trathen scored for Southern Columbia to answer Watts' first goal but Watts scored both of Millville's goals in the second half to help his team pull away.

n Shikellamy 0,

Central Columbia 0

SUNBURY -- Shikellamy's defense held their own against an undefeated Central Columbia squad with a solid offense, taking the Blue Jays to double overtime before the game ended in a scoreless tie.

The Blue Jays (9-0-1, 7-0 HAC-II) held a 7-6 shot advantage on the Braves (7-2-1, 5-2 HAC-I).

Justin Engle recorded six saves in the tie in goal for Shikellamy.

The Braves host Milton on Monday.

GIRLS SOCCER

n Mifflinburg 5,

Milton 1

MIFFLINBURG -- Two goals form Madison Machmer allowed Mifflinburg to put Milton away.

Sierra Martin added a goal and an assist for the Wildcats (2-10, 1-7 HAC-II) while Gillian Allen and Kali Shuck also scored for Mifflinburg.

n Danville 1,

Midd-West 0

DANVILLE -- A goal from Paige Harris in the first overtime gave Danville a 1-0 win over Midd-West.

Harris scored with 5:30 left in the extra session, breaking a scoreless and giving the Ironmen (3-5-1, 3-4-1 HAC-I) the home victory. The Ironmen held a slight edge in shots, 10-9.

n Southern Columbia 4,

Bloomsburg 0

BLOOMSBURG -- Bailey Bzdak netted her third goal of the game for a hat trick midway through the second half in a Southern Columbia shutout.

Sam Jankowski finished the scoring for the Tigers (11-0-1) with her first career goal at the 14:45 mark of the second half. Mackenzie Clark and Anne Bryden each assisted on two goals for the Tigers.

n Bellefonte 1,

Warrior Run 0

TURBOTVILLE -- Madison Paige converted on a penalty kick in the first half to give Bellefonte a win over the Defenders.

Warrior Run (7-4) held an advantage in shots and corners, but the added shots proved to be irrelevant as Paige's goal was the only time that a ball crossed the line.

n Halifax 3,

Lancaster Country Day 0

LANCASTER -- Krissey Kelley opened the scoring for the Wildcats and Rylee Gonsar netted the final two. The Wildcats outshot Lancaster Country Day, 18-4.

FIELD HOCKEY

Warrior Run Tournament

n Lewisburg 7,

Southern Columbia 0

Championship game

n Lewisburg 3, Newport 2

TURBOTVILLE -- Lewisburg won the Warrior Run tournament with a win over Newport in the championship.

The Green Dragons held on after a late Newport goal with six seconds remaining to cut the lead to one. Shannon Albright, Cassie Sumfest and Maddie Scarr scored in the championship for Lewisburg.

In their first game, the Green Dragons shut out Southern Columbia, 7-0, behind two goals each from Scarr, Albright and Sumfest. Mary Kate Thompson also scored for Lewisburg.

n Mifflinburg 2,

Bloomsburg 1

BLOOMSBURG -- A second-half goal from Sarah Alexander with an assist from Jacqueline Beck gave Mifflinburg a victory.