The middle of the order for Jersey Shore (10-1 overall) had three consecutive hits, including a pair of doubles, in the rally.
Mifflinburg (3-9, 1-7 HAC-I) got a solo home run from Dillan Weikel in the fourth inning.
n Central Columbia 10,
ALMEDIA -- The Blue Jays tallied four runs in both of the fourth and sixth innings to rout the Green Dragons for the HAC-II win. Jamison Bond hit an RBI single for Lewisburg (3-8 overall).
n Upper Dauphin 8,
ELIZABETHVILLE -- Mac Ney broke open a tight Tri-Valley League game for Upper Dauphin with a 3-run home run in the fifth inning.
The Trojans (10-1, 8-0 TVL) scored four times in the inning to go ahead 8-1.
Ney had four RBIs, while Tanner Miller added two.
n Southern Columbia 11,
St. John Neumann 3
WILLIAMSPORT -- The Tigers roughed up the Griffins in the HAC-III game behind a two-hit, two-RBI day from Mason Peters. Nathan Hunter and Matt Lupold both drove in two hits apiece for Southern (7-2).
n Milton 16,
Midd-West 0 (4 inn.)
MILTON -- The Black Panthers scored their 16 runs off of 17 hits to cruise to the HAC-I win.
MacKenna Miller led Milton (10-0) by going 3-for-3 with three runs scored and an RBI. Battery Mate Kylie Brouse added a two-hit day that included four RBIs.
Brouse and starting pitcher Taylor Batman combined to no-hit Midd-West.
n Shamokin 12,
Lewisburg 2 (5 inn.)
COAL TOWNSHIP -- Helena Supsic stepped inside the pitcher's circle for the Indians, and she helped lead Shamokin to the HAC cross-over win.
Natalie Wolfe led the Indians at the plate, going 3-for-4 with three RBIs and a run scored.
n Juniata 9, Greenwood 8
MIFFLINTOWN -- A walk-off single by Tory Cisney with one out in the seventh lifted the Indians to the Tri-Valley League win.
Greenwood, which took an 8-6 lead after the top of the seventh, falls to 1-8, 0-8 in league play. Kenze McCoy led the Wildcats with two hits and three RBIs.
n Milton 4, Muncy 1
MUNCY -- The Black Panthers picked up just their second victory this season behind wins from Alandean Elsayed and Chase Geiger at Nos. 1 and 2 singles.
The No. 1 doubles team of Alex Pace and Joe Hackenberg clinched the win for Milton (2-12) with a 6-2, 6-1 victory.