The Daily Item, Sunbury, PA

April 19, 2013

H.S. roundup: Selinsgrove lacrosse beats Lewisburg for first time

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SELINSGROVE -- It wasn't too long ago that the Selinsgrove lacrosse program was trying to keep up with the joneses located 10 miles due north in Lewisburg.

Now, the Green Dragons need to keep up with the Seals.

Zach Adams scored off an assist from Ben Youngman just 40 seconds into overtime to give Selinsgrove a 7-6 victory over Lewisburg in a Central Susquehanna Lacrosse League matchup on Thursday.

It was the first time that any lacrosse team from Selinsgrove has beaten a team from Lewisburg.

Adams and Youngman both finished with three points apiece for Selinsgrove (5-0). Marcus Winn, Andrew Sickle also had goals for the Seals.

Matt Fedorjaka paced Lewisburg (4-3) with three goals.


n Lewisburg 10,

Mifflinburg 4

LEWISBURG -- A four-goal day from Hannah Gotoff helped the Green Dragons outscore the Wildcats 7-1 in the second half and take the CSLL win. Lewisburg improves to 5-3, 4-0 in league play; while Mifflinburg is 2-3 overall.


n Shikellamy 7,

Williamsport 1

SUNBURY -- Jordan Garringer, Nick Dunn and John Stetler all had key base hits for the Braves in a four-run fifth that resulted in a HAC-I win over Williamsport.

Dunn had an RBI double in the fifth, while both Garringer and Stetler both had RBI singles for Shikellamy (3-5, 3-4 HAC-I). Garringer finished the game 2-for-2 to lead the team.

Barring rain, Shikellamy hosts Midd-West today in an effort to inch back to the .500 mark.

n East Juniata 12,

Line Mountain 3 (6 inn.)

MANDATA -- The Tigers began and ended their Tri-Valley League victory over the Eagles with home runs.

Nick Lorenz hit a three-run homer in the second inning, followed by a solo shot from Jesse Watts in the fifth.

Line Mountain (3-3 overall and TVL) had the same amount of hits as EJ, but the Eagles committed three errors and they struck out 13 times in the game.

n Halifax 16,

Greenwood 1 (4 inn.)

HALIFAX -- Battery mates Kaleb Reitz and Trey Pritchard went a combined 7-for-8 to lead Halifax (6-2) to the TVL win.


n Warrior Run 15,

Lewisburg 0 (4 inn.)

TURBOTVILLE -- Two days after suffering their first loss of the season, the Defenders took their anger out on the Green Dragons and they ran away for the HAC-II victory.

Tay Parker threw a perfect game, striking out 11 of the 12 batters she faced, and Katy Swartz hit a double and a triple for Warrior Run (9-1, 7-1 HAC).

n Milton 15,

Midd-West 0 (3 inn.)

MILTON -- The Black Panthers produced a 10-run first inning and they just rolled from there to take the HAC-I win.

Taylor Batman didn't allow a hit with help from right fielder Chelsea Buck, who made a diving grab to end the game and preserve the no-hitter.

Whitney Cross and Meghan Davis combined for three hits and four RBIs to lead Milton (7-1 overall and HAC) at the plate.

n Jersey Shore 13,

Mifflinburg 3

MIFFLINBURG -- The game was tied at 1-all through four, but then the Bulldogs busted out 12 runs in the final three innings to take the HAC-I win.

McKenzie Noll went 2-for-3 and had a double and an RBI for Mifflinburg (7-2, 7-1 HAC).

n Lourdes Regional 11,

Marian Cath. 1 (5 inn.)

MOUNT CARMEL -- Charlee Rosini did some damage with her arm in the Schuylkill League matchup, but more so with her bat as she went 2-for-4 and drove in three runs to lead the Red Raiders to the win.


n Williamsport 3, Milton 2

WILLIAMSPORT -- The Millionaires swept all three singles matches to take the HAC-I win over the Black Panthers.

Milton (7-5, 7-3 HAC-I) won both doubles matches after both went to tie breaks, although one of the team's losses came in three sets where Justin Smith outlasted the Black Panthers' James Jones, 6-7 (10-12), 6-3, 6-3, at No. 2 singles.