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LOCK HAVEN -- Sometimes, throwing a no-hitter just isn't enough to win a ballgame.
Jillian East threw a no-hitter for the Milton Major Division All-Stars in Wednesday's Section 3 game against Clinton, but it came in a 3-2 loss in day two of the tournament for the District 13 champs.
MeKayla Schrock hit a double and Milton scored both of its runs in the first inning.
Clinton eventually scored the game's tying and winning runs in the fourth.
Milton next plays the Minersville and Potter-McKean winner today at 5:30 p.m to stay alive in the tournament.
Should Milton win, then the team advances to the championship game Friday at 5:30.
n Selinsgrove 16,
NORTHUMBERLAND -- The hits kept coming for Selinsgrove and Shik/Acorn, but the Snyder County All-Stars scored four runs in the top of the sixth inning for the winners' bracket victory at Acorn Park.
Ryan Auman had a huge day for Selinsgrove, going 3-for-4 with a double and seven RBIs. Logan Hile added two hits and he scored four runs in the win.
Shik-Acorn was led offensively by Braden Long and Ryan Castillo, who had four and three RBIs, respectively.
Shik-Acorn drops into the elimination bracket and plays the Lewisburg-Warrior Run survivor on Friday at 5:30 p.m. That winner then plays Selinsgrove on Sunday at 2.
n Bloomsburg 8,
BLOOMSBURG -- Zach Martz limited Selinsgrove to just one hit to take the Susquehanna Valley League victory.
Cole Streater singled three times for Bloomsburg, knocking in two runs. Bloomsburg scored its eight runs within the first three innings, including a four-run first frame.
Selinsgrove falls to 6-7.
n Danville 10,
Line Mountain 6
MANDATA -- Danville trailed by four in the seventh inning but they had the final say. Eight runs in the top of the seventh gave Danville a come-from-behind SVL win over Line Mountain. Danville pounded out 11 hits in the victory.
Bryson Cromley, Jalen Bickhart and Cody Keefer each slapped two hits for Danville (9-4).
Erik Smeltz legged out two doubles for Line Mountain (4-9), while Dan Adams showed his wheels, running out a triple.
n Watsontown 8,
HUGHESVILLE -- Kerry Kock laced three hits and brought in four runs for Watsontown in the West Branch win over Hughesville.
Jared Bender added three hits and an RBI as Watsontown scored seven of its eight runs in the first three innings.
Hughesville (7-8) was limited to three hits as Hunter Raup tossed a complete game shutout for Watsontown.