By The Daily Item
SUNBURY -- After two overtime periods, neither Selinsgrove nor Shikellamy could find the back of the net as the two squads ended their Heartland-I matchup with a 0-0 tie on Tuesday.
The Braves (6-5-1, 3-5-1 HAC-I) out-shot the Seals (9-1-2, 6-1-2), 10-4.
"Both teams had opportunities, but no one could finish," Shikellamy coach Angela Sivillo said. "It was a good game."
The Braves travel to Danville on Thursday to play under the lights.
n Danville 2,
WILLIAMSPORT -- Behind two unassisted goals by Paige Harris, the Ironmen took the HAC-I matchup at Balls Mills, and in the process got back to .500 on the season.
Kayla Morran made five saves to get the shutout for Danville (5-5-1, 5-4-1 HAC-I), which will have a tough time getting over that .500 mark when the Ironmen host Shikellamy on Thursday.
n Midd-West 3,
LEWISBURG -- Janelle Arbogast scored twice in the game, but her second goal broke a 1-all tie and gave the Mustangs the HAC-I win.
Kenedi Moyer later gave Midd-West (5-6, 3-5 HAC-I) an insurance goal with 5:38 left in the second half.
All three goals were unassisted for the Mustangs, as was the Green Dragons' tally from Elke Velz.
n Warrior Run 2,
Jersey Shore 0
JERSEY SHORE -- Holding onto a slim one-goal lead midway through the second half, the Defenders got an insurance goal from Gabby Heiss in the 68th minute as the Defenders took the HAC-II win.
Maddie Beyer scored off an Olivia George assist in the 38th minute to give Warrior Run (8-4, 7-2 HAC-II) a halftime lead. Heiss' goal was unassisted.
n Montoursville 2,
MONTOURSVILLE -- Single goals from Lauren Walker and Carly Mill were all it took for the Warriors to take the HAC-I win. The goals were scored on a free kick and a penalty kick for Montoursville.