BERWICK — Four different Danville players scored as the Ironmen rolled past Berwick for a 73-48 nonleague victory on Saturday.
Bret Berg led all scorers with 23 points, while Austin Renz added 14 and Zach Kozick added 13. Scotty Heeter scored chipped in an additional 10 points for Danville (4-1).
Danville is back in action on Thursday at the Pine Grove Invitational Tournament against Mahanoy Area.
East Juniata 70, Halifax 41
COCOLAMUS — Nick Lorenz and Bailey Coder scored 21 points apiece to lead the Tigers to the Tri-Valley League win.
Dylan Leonard added 10 points for East Juniata (6-1, 4-0 TVL).
Line Mountain 53, Juniata 42
MIFFLINTOWN — A game-high 28-point night by Bill Breinich also included seven rebounds as the Eagles took the TVL victory. Line Mountain improves to 5-3, 3-1 in league play.
Danville 56, Jersey Shore 14
DANVILLE — Behind junior Erica Heath’s career-high 17 points, the Ironmen took a dominating HAC-I victory over the Bulldogs.
Freshman Amber Renz added 13 points for Danville (4-0, 2-0 HAC-I), while Donie Ann Keeley chipped in 10 points for the Ironmen.
Upper Dauphin 56, Line Mountain 38
ELIZABETHVILLE — McKenzie Clark’s all-around game produced 23 points, eight rebounds and four steals, and it helped produce a Tri-Valley League win over the Eagles.
Sarah Lahr led Line Mountain (2-5 overall) with 12 points, while Madison Lagerman and Colleen Troutman added 10 points apiece.
Upper Dauphin improves to 4-3, 4-1 in league play.
Selinsgrove 34, Midd-West 22
MIDDLEBURG — The Seals led by 10 at the half, and they held on for the HAC-I victory.
Kierstin Craig-Sovic led Selinsgrove (3-4, 1-1 HAC-I) with 11 points.
Allie Camp scored 10 points for Midd-West (1-3 overall).
Milton 50, Mifflinburg 39
MILTON — Led by Katelyn Gensel and Mackenna Miller, the Black Panthers beat the Wildcats to claim their first victory of the season.
Miller scored 17 points and had nine steals, while Gensel added 15 points and 11 rebounds for Milton (1-4, 1-1 HAC-I).
Kayla Kline had 10 points for Mifflinburg.
Southern Columbia 46, Loyalsock 39
WILLIAMSPORT — Mallory Tomaschik scored 15 points and Kayla Lavella had 13 to lead the Tigers to the HAC-II win. Southern improves to 6-0 overall, 2-0 in conference play.
Shikellamy 3, Selinsgrove 1
SUNBURY — Zack Williams’ high game of 269 and his 679 series helped the Braves beat the Seals for the HAC win. Aaron Dues led the Seals with a 615 series, which included a high game of 247.
Central Columbia 3, Mifflinburg 1
SELINSGROVE — Austin Miller had a match-best 639 series for the Wildcats, but the Blue Jays took the HAC victory. Miller had games of 225 and 251 to lead Mifflinburg (1-3).
Shikellamy 3, Selinsgrove 1
SUNBURY — All but one girl had a 500 series or better as the Braves took the HAC win.
Kaitlin Swank led Shikellammy with a 590 series. Selinsgrove was led by a 626 series from Brynn Musser. She had a 246 high game.
Central Columbia 3, Mifflinburg 1
SELINSGROVE — The Wildcats made it close against the Blue Jays, but they fell in the HAC matchup by just 30 pins. Brianna Hollenbach paced Mifflinburg (1-3) with a 609 series, which included games of 210 and 221.
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College notebook: Valley athletes wrap up careers
Two local athletes wrapped up outstanding careers on the Bloomsburg University football team in the Huskies' 40-38 loss to West Chester this past Saturday in the NCAA Division II playoffs. Mount Carmel graduate Chris Steck was a senior captain and four-year starter at center for the Huskies. Steck started all 48 games in his career for a Huskies' offense that averaged 315.8 yards per game on the ground last year and 317 yards per game this year.
Seahawks slam Saints, take control in NFC
The rest of the NFC better get ready to visit the Pacific Northwest in January. After Monday night’s rout, the road through the NFC playoffs is almost certain to go through Seattle.
Todd Hummel's college sports column: Bison adjusting to new roles
Bucknell's offensive cost of the graduation of Mike Muscala, Bryson Johnson and Joe Willman are readily apparent.
Men's basketball: Bison are 'largely untested'
You don't replace the kind of senior class the Bucknell men's basketball team graduated last May.
Women's basketball: Things looking up for Roussell, Bucknell
The Bucknell women's basketball team improved by 10 games under first-year coach Aaron Roussell.
Men's basketball: Susquehanna rally falls short
Susquehanna made 12 three-pointers against Elizabethtown but the Crusaders could not sink two when they needed them most.
Women's basketball: Bucknell loses double-digit lead, game
Three Bison scored in double-digits and the squad jumped out to an 11-point lead in the first half, but the New Jersey Institute of Technology came charging back.
College football: Bloom wilts amid turnovers
Five turnovers were too much for Bloomsburg to overcome Saturday in a stinging playoff loss to conference rival West Chester.
College football: Penn State upsets No. 14 Wisconsin in season finale
A bright future for Penn State emerged on a cool, crisp day in the Midwest. Strong-armed freshman quarterback Christian Hackenberg figures to only improve for the Nittany Lions.
Men's basketball: Princeton heats up, beats cold Bison
After shooting under 50 percent and under 40 percent from behind the arc in a loss Tuesday on the road at Mount St. Mary's, the Bison had their worse offensive game of the young season at Sojka Pavilion on Saturday night against Ivy League-foe Princeton. Unfortunately for Bucknell, it's offensive performance bled over to its defensive effort in a loss to the visiting Tigers.
The best of the best high school football performances
SUNBURY — It’s day three of the now marathon-like Black Friday sales. You are broke or tired, or both.
College football: Quiteh, White in showcase on Saturday
When you run out of words in the thesaurus to describe the football skills of Bloomsburg's Franklyn Quiteh, you know you're watching a very special player. Quiteh's career-long 82-yard run in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference title game victory against Slippery Rock on Nov. 16, was just another day at the office for the Harlon Hill Trophy candidate.
Harold Raker's column on high school football: Valley teams fall short
For Valley athletes, as well as the local media who cover them, it is time to move indoors. The final two teams still standing after week 12 -- Danville in Class AA and Southern Columbia in A -- saw their seasons end in the cold and drizzle Friday night.
H.S. soccer: Shamokin goalie gets chance to play internationally
When she first received the email earlier this month, Shamokin junior goalie Brianna Martin thought that there was no way it could be real.
H.S. golf: Shikellamy's Tyler's take HAC golf honors
Danville's golf team has already built itself into a dynasty since the formation of the Heartland Athletic Conference five years ago.
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