David Mahoney added a goal, and Clark also had an assist for Northumberland Christian (16-4), which plays Great Commission in today's semifinals at 4 p.m.
n Greenwood 2, East Juniata 0
NEWPORT -- Behind first-half goals by Hattie Kuhns and Kenzie Drew, the Wildcats beat the Tigers to claim their sixth consecutive Tri-Valley League championship at Newport H.S.
Goalkeeper Nikki Willi preserved the shutout with only three saves.
"I thought we came out and played with a lot of intensity, and our team defense was also really good," said Greenwood coach Kent Houser.
n Selinsgrove 5, Danville 0
SELINSGROVE -- Mackenna Mahan and Emily Klingler scored two goals apiece to help the Seals win the HAC-I matchup and end the regular season with an undefeated league mark.
Lexi Horst also scored for Selinsgrove (17-1, 12-0 HAC-I), while Katelyn Hauck, Becca Bausinger and Brooke Zeiders all had assists for the Seals.
"It was another great game with great hustle from the Seals," said coach Cathy Keiser. "I'm proud of their teamwork throughout the entire season and we're looking forward to districts."
Selinsgrove fired 24 shots at Danville (8-8-2), with Payton Shuman and Kylie Richards combining to make 16 saves for the Ironmen.
n District 4 doubles
WILLIAMSPORT -- Bloomsburg's Ivy-Rose Kramer and Emily Wawroski are the No. 1-seeded doubles team for the District 4 tournament that begins Saturday and at 9 a.m. at Williamsport H.S.
The tourney's No. 2-seeded team is the Hughesville tandem of Courtney McCowan and Kierra Croucher.
No teams from the Valley are among the top eight seeds for the tournament, which wraps up with the semifinals and finals 2 p.m. Monday at the West Branch Racquet Club.