The Daily Item, Sunbury, PA

April 16, 2013

High school roundup: Loyalsock issues Warrior Run softball's first loss

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WILLIAMSPORT — The unbeaten season for Warrior Run is over.

Loyalsock only had two hits in the game, but the Lancers took advantage of five Warrior Run errors to take a 5-2 Heartland-II victory Tuesday.

Warrior Run (8-1, 6-1 HAC) was held to just three hits on the day, including a triple from pitcher Tay Parker, who went the distance in the loss.


n Shikellamy 4,

Midd-West 3

SUNBURY — After the Mustangs jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the first inning, the Braves came back with a pair of runs in the third and fifth innings to ultimately take the HAC-I win.

Taylor Lauver hit an RBI single in the fifth to plate the go-ahead run for Shikellamy. Both runs Midd-West (0-10, 0-9 HAC) gave up in the inning were unearned.


n Jersey Shore 5,

Danville 3

DANVILLE — The Bulldogs jumped on the Ironmen early with a solo homer from Holly Peacock in the first inning and a pair of unearned runs in the second to take the HAC-I win. Zina Knight led Danville with a 3-for-4 day.


n Mifflinburg 10,

Selinsgrove 0 (5 inn.)

SELINSGROVE — Ally Lloyd threw a no-hitter and she also drove in two runs on a pair of doubles in the HAC-I win for the Wildcats. Mifflinburg improves to 7-1, 7-0 in league play. Selinsgrove falls to 4-3, 3-3.


n Milton 16,

Shamokin 6 (6 inn.)

MILTON — The sixes ruled for the Black Panthers after Taylor Batman’s three-run home run in the sixth inning propelled the hosts to the HAC-I win.

Mackenna Miller led Milton by going 4-for-4 with two doubles, plus Linea Brouse added a two-run homer in the third for Milton (6-1 overall and HAC).


n Lourdes Regional 17,

Lincoln Lead. Acad. 0

MOUNT CARMEL — Behind a grand slam from Emily Long and a solo homer from Charlee Rosini, the Red Raiders (3-3 overall) scored 12 runs in the first inning to take the nonleague win.


n Greenwood 3,

Newport 2

MILLERSTOWN — A two-run double by Rachel Stroup and an RBI double by Chelsea Hicks both came in the fourth as the Wildcats took the Tri-Valley League win. Greenwood improves to 2-2 overall and in league play.


n Hughesville 4,

Lewisburg 1

LEWISBURG — It was by far the closest game of the year for the Green Dragons, but the HAC-II game ended as the Spartans got out of a bases-loaded situation in the seventh inning. Lewisburg was limited to one hit in the game, a single by Alexis Neuer.



n Jersey Shore 8,

Selinsgrove 7

SELINSGROVE — The Seals’ late-game comeback fell short as the Bulldogs held on for the HAC-I win.

Trailing by four, Selinsgrove (1-6 overall and HAC) tallied three runs in seventh inning, including two on a home run by from Aidan Greak, who also had a solo homer in the sixth.

Colton Brouse added a solo homer in the second inning for the Seals.


n Mifflinburg 4,

Milton 1

MILTON — The Wildcats ruined a good outing by Black Panthers pitcher Mark Artley by taking the HAC-I victory.

Artley pitched a complete game and also had two hits for Milton (3-3 overall and HAC).

Mifflinburg countered with Devin Hendrix, who doubled and hit a solo home run in the fifth inning.


n Mount Carmel 3,

Lewisburg 1

LEWISBURG — Michael Fisher had a 2-for-4 day that included a double and an RBI, but it wasn’t enough as the Green Dragons fell in the HAC-II game.


n Hughesville 11,

Warrior Run 2

TURBOTVILLE — The Spartans scored three runs in each of the final three innings of the game to take the HAC-II win. Sean Morehart doubled for Warrior Run (2-6, 1-6 HAC), which scored both of its runs in the fifth inning.


n Newport 20,

Greenwood 10 (5 inn.)

NEWPORT — The Buffaloes scored 15 runs in the fifth inning, 14 of them unearned, to take the TVL win. The Wildcats fall to 0-7 overall.



n Shikellamy 96,

Mifflinburg 54

SUNBURY — Four wins by Ryan Wary got the Braves back on track as they took the HAC-I victory. Wary won the 100-meter dash (11.34), plus the 200 (23.25), 300 hurdles (43.02) and ran a leg of the winning 400 relay for Shikellamy (2-3, 2-2 HAC).


n Danville 95,

Central Columbia 55

DANVILLE — Wins by  Tyler Vella in the 800-meter run, the 1,600 and the 1,600 and 3,200 relays propelled the Ironmen to the HAC-II win.


n Warrior Run 118.5,

Bloomsburg 29.5

TURBOTVILLE — Elias George earned 15 of the 73.5 points the Defenders collected on the track as they cruised to the HAC-II win. George claimed all three sprints for Warrior Run (3-0-1).


n Williamsport 104,

Lewisburg 46

WILLIAMSPORT — Brandon Smith claimed two of the Green Dragons’ three wins on the day, taking the 110HH and javelin, but the Millionaires took the HAC-I win. Lewisburg is 2-2, 2-1 HAC-I.



n Shikellamy 108,

Mifflinburg 42

SUNBURY — Treicy Cedeno captured three events (800m, 1,600R, 3,200R), while Haley Blackwell set a PR in the shot put as the Braves kept on winning. Blackwell threw for 36-feet, 3/4-inch to win the shot for Shikellamy (4-1, 3-1 HAC-I).


n Warrior Run 93,

Bloomsburg 57

TURBOTVILLE — Steph Shamburg won three events in the field (shot put, discus, javelin), while Olivia George claimed two events on the track (100/300 hurdles) to lead the Defenders to the HAC-II win. Also for Warrior Run (4-0), Alexa Randall tied the stadium record in the pole vault with a 9-foot, 6-inch effort.


n Danville 81,

Central Columbia 69

DANVILLE — Mackenzie Jones and Shelby Freedman were  both triple-event winners in the HAC-II meet for the Ironmen.


n Williamsport 76,

Lewisburg 74

WILLIAMSPORT — Blake Ann Baylor and Jenna Farmer both won a pair of individual events on the track, but it wasn’t enough as the Millionaires took the HAC-I win.



n Selinsgrove 4,

Mifflinburg 1

MIFFLINBURG — After suffering their first loss of the season, the Seals got back into the win column behind a pair of tough wins from their doubles teams.

Selinsgrove (8-1) got a 6-2, 7-6 (7-5) win at No. 1 doubles from Safwan Khan and Sam Bailey, plus a 4-6, 6-2, 6-1 win at No. 2 from Hareem Zain and Tyler Beaver.

Landon Walter won in straight sets at No. 1 singles for Mifflinburg (3-7).



n Lewisburg 15,

Mifflinburg 5

LEWISBURG — Nathan Fox recorded five goals and five assists while Matt Fedorjaka tallied six goals and four assists to lead the Green Dragons to the Central Susquehanna Lacrosse League victory.



n Danville 12,

Mifflinburg 4

DANVILLE — A four-goal day by Martina Plafcan and a five-point day from Emily Vella (3G, 2A) lifted the Ironmen to the CSLL win. Danville is 4-0.