Trailing by 11 points to start the third, it forced Mifflinburg to play more of an up-and-down game with the Braves. That allowed Shikellamy to get to the line in the second half, shooting 24 second-half foul shots.
Mifflinburg was unable to cut the Shikellamy lead less than 10 points at any point in the second half.
Ernie Tyler had 14 points and Austin Mowery 12 to lead Shikellamy. Ten different Braves scored in the game.
Jordan Wagner had nine points to lead Mifflinburg.