By The Daily Item
MIDDLEBURG -- Allie Camp had her hand in each goal scored for Midd-West, leading the Mustangs to a 4-0 victory over Williamsport in Heartland-I action Monday at Middleburg Sports Boosters Athletic Park.
Camp scored the first two goals of the game before Hannah Stauffer connected off a Camp assist to result in a 3-0 halftime lead for Midd-West (8-3, 4-3 HAC-I).
Janelle Arbogast then put the game away for the Mustangs by scoring off a Camp assist early in the second half.
"I thought we played a real good game. We worked the ball around the field pretty good," said Midd-West coach Russ Goodling.
n Warrior Run 6,
TURBOTVILLE -- Despite scoring the first goal of the game, the Wildcats showed up flat and the Defenders took advantage by taking a dominating win.
Rachel Bingaman scored unassisted just 5:20 into the game for Mifflinburg (3-9, 2-6 HAC-II), but Warrior Run (9-0, 8-0) took over from there.
Emily Potter scored twice and had two assists, while Taylor Landis added a goal and three assists for the Defenders.
n Montoursville 6,
MONTOURSVILLE -- A three-goal halftime deficit was too much to come back from as the Green Dragons fell in the HAC-I game.
Lana Spitler scored twice in the first half for Montoursville (11-1 overall) before she finished the game with a hat trick.
Emily Cole, Lauren Gargano and Perrie Howard tallied the goals for Lewisburg (5-5, 4-4 HAC-II).
n Milton 1, Shikellamy 0
MILTON -- Mackenna Miller scored off an assist from Courtney Kovilaritch in the first half to give the Black Panthers the HAC-I victory.
n Loyalsock 1,
Southern Columbia 0
CATAWISSA -- Morgan Chambers' goal early in the second half was all that the Lancers needed to take the HAC-II win over the Tigers (7-4, 4-2 HAC).
n Mount Carmel 4,
MOUNT CARMEL -- Ali Varano and Jen Bolick combined to score all the goals for the Red Tornadoes in the HAC-II win.
Varano had a hat trick, while Bolick added a goal and an assist for Mount Carmel (6-4, 5-3 HAC-II).
n Lourdes Regional 6,
Northumberland Chr. 4
NORTHUMBERLAND -- It was all Rachel Schultz as she tallied four goals and had an assist as the Red Raiders held off the Warriors for the nonleague win.
Alyssa Wesner scored twice for Northumberland Christian (15-3), with Bethany Severn getting a goal and an assist for the Warriors.
n Shamokin 5,
Meadowbrook Chr. 0
MILTON -- Theo Deptula scored the first two goals for the Indians before Matt Gass tallied the following two in the nonleague win over the Lions.
Deptula added an assist for Shamokin (7-4).
Meadowbrook falls to 11-4-1.
n Belleville Mennonite 6,
Northumerland Chr. 5
BELLEVILLE -- The Warriors wasted a hat trick by Zach Newbury as they fell in the nonleague matchup. Micah Scanzillo and David Mahoney tallied the other two goals for Northumberland Christian (16-1-1).
n Greenwood 4,
HERSHEY -- The two Laurens scored all the goals for the Wildcats -- Wilson and Fried -- to lead the team to the nonleague victory.
Lauren Wilson had a hat trick and Lauren Fried scored the other goal for Greenwood (10-1-1).
n Danville 4, Shikellamy 1
SUNBURY -- Tiara Bartol won again for the Braves, but the rest of the team wasn't as fortunate as the Ironmen took the HAC-I victory.
Bartol beat Kiona Robbins, 6-1, 6-2, for Shikellamy (1-12).
Maura Brady and Savannah Doss won 7-5, 7-5 at No. 2 doubles for Danville (9-4).
n Milton 4, Jersey Shore 1
JERSEY SHORE -- The Black Panthers swept all three singles matches, including three-set wins from both Dana Kyle at No. 2 and Leah Tillinghast at No. 3, to take the HAC-I win. Julia Spear and Jenna Bowersox also picked up a 7-6 (7-4), 6-4 win at No. 1 doubles for Milton (9-8).