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October 16, 2013

H.S. roundup: Shikellamy girls qualify for districts for first time since 2007

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n Southern Columbia 6,

Loyalsock 1

MIFFLINBURG -- Bailey Bzdak got the Tigers off to a hot start by scoring the first two goals of the game within a span of five minutes to lead the Tigers to the HAC-II win.

Bzdak also had an assist on the day, while Mackenzie Clark chipped in a pair of goals for Southern (15-1-1, 11-1-1 HAC-II).

n Montoursville 2,

Lewisburg 0

MONTOURSVILLE -- The Warriors' Carly Mill and Kirsten O'Malley scored within two minutes of each other to lead their team to the HAC-I win.

Kirsten Blakeslee kept Lewisburg (6-5-4, 4-5-4 HAC-I) in the game by making eight saves.

"We got out-played by a good Montoursville team. No complaints. The better team won," said Lewisburg coach Jose Vega.

BOYS SOCCER

n Danville 5, Milton 0

DANVILLE -- The Ironmen erupted for five goals in the second half to beat the Black Panthers in the HAC-I matchup.

Danville (11-5 overall) scored three times in three minutes during the second half to pull away. Shayne Riley scored two goals and added an assist, while Gage Reber scored and dished out three assists for the Ironmen.

FIELD HOCKEY

n Lewisburg 2,

Midd-West 0

MIDDLEBURG -- The Green Dragons scored in both halves to drop the Mustangs to 3-12-1 on the season.

Lewisburg's Cassie Sumfest scored off a Claire Lesher assist with 21:39 in the first half remaining before Maggie Harrison had an unassisted goal early in the second half.

The Green Dragons improve to 12-3-1 overall.

n Shikellamy 7, Milton 1

MILTON -- The Braves got a pair of goals from Caroline Stepanik to rout the Black Panthers in the HAC-I matchup.

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