The Daily Item, Sunbury, PA


October 23, 2013

High school roundup: Meadowbrook girls playoff win comes at a price

By The Daily Item


ALMEDIA -- Meadowbrook Christian won a lot of games this season, but none were likely as painful as Tuesday's victory over Line Mountain in an opening-round game of the District 4 Class A playoffs.

The Lions defeated the Eagles, 1-0, at Central Columbia H.S., but with the win came at a price as Meadowbrook lost two key starters.

Lost for the remainder of the season were senior captain Adrienne Yordy, a defender, plus sophomore Shanae Bomberger, an outside striker. One girl dislocated her ankle, while the other had some teeth knocked out in a collision with an opposing player.

"We lost two quality starters. It was a bittersweet win," said Meadowbrook coach Brian Elsasser. "We missed two penalty kicks and we had 14 direct kicks for various other fouls. It was a very physical game." Sarah Marks made three saves in the shutout for Meadowbrook (20-0-1), which plays the Bloomsburg-South Williamsport winner on Saturday at a site and time to be determined.


n Donegal 2,

Greenwood 1 (OT)

HUMMELSTOWN -- The Wildcats made one of their earliest exits from the postseason as they fell to the Indians in a District 3 Class AA second-round matchup at Lower Dauphin Middle School.

The game became tied at 1 after Katie Barton scored with a Kenzie Drew assist at 10:46 in the first half for Greenwood (12-6-1).

Donegal (15-3-1) won the game with 13:35 left in overtime when Kayla Forrey scored unassisted.

"I thought we played a really good game. We just couldn't get the ball in the cage," said Greenwood coach Kent Houser.

The Wildcats lost despite holding a 2-to-1 edge in shots (16-8) and a 4-to-1 advantage in corners (13-3).


n PIAA Championships

YORK -- Danville senior Austin Renz scored a birdie on the ninth hole to finish with a 39 on the front en route to an 81 during the second day of the PIAA Class AA golf championships at Heritage Hills Golf Resort and Conference Center on Monday.

Renz finished 12th overall during the two-day competition with a score of 157.

He shot a 76 on the opening day.

Fairfield's Isaiah Logue won the title with a 139, shooting 69 on the first day and 70 on the second. Northwestern Lehigh's Miller Cole was the runner-up with a two-day 141.

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