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SUNBURY -- It was the second game-winner this week for a player with the last name of Halloran, as Jamey Halloran's unassisted goal early in overtime gave Shikellamy a 2-1 overtime win over Southern Columbia in a Heartland Athletic Conference cross-over victory Saturday.
On Tuesday, Bailey Halloran scored the only goal in Shikellamy's 1-0 victory over Danville.
Preceeding Jamey Halloran's tally, Courtney Hummel scored unassisted to give Shikellamy (2-3) the halftime. Southern (1-3) tied the game midway through the second half on a goal by Taylor Hoffman.
"Jamey carried the ball down the field to score the winning goal, and Caroline Stepanik worked the ball down the field numerous times to keep the ball on the Shikellamy offensive side," said Braves coach Holly Zimmerman.
n Lewisburg 3,
Central Columbia 1
ALMEDIA -- With coach Emily O'Connor sidelined due to the birth of her son, Michael James, the Green Dragons gave their coach something else to be happy about as they beat the Blue Jays in the nonleague contest.
Lewisburg (2-2-1) tallied all of its goals in the second half, and the Green Dragons broke a 1-all tie as Maddie Scarr and Olivia Martin scored in the final 13 minutes of regulation.
n Shikellamy 3,
SUNBURY -- The Braves got three first-half goals to beat the Indians in the Heartland cross-over matchup.
Shikellamy (4-0) scored all of its goals in the final 15 minutes of the opening half.
n Mifflinburg 1,
Penns Valley 0
MIFFLINBURG -- Andrew Leitzel scored off a Johnny Page assist in the 36th minute of the first half to give the Wildcats the nonleague victory.
Ben Greb only needed to make two saves to get the shutout for Mifflinburg (4-2).
n Danville 2, Loyalsock 0
DANVILLE -- Shayne Riley scored in both halves to put away the Lancers in a nonleague match.
Riley's first goal was assisted by Michael Bross. The Ironmen improve to 3-0.
n Mount Carmel 2,
MOUNT CARMEL -- Mackenzie Koharski put Shamokin up early against the Red Tornadoes, but Mount Carmel scored two unanswered goals to seal the win.
Senior Ali Varano scored with 10 minutes until the half to tie the game at 1-all before Jenn Bolick scored late in the second half to get the win.
n Shikellamy 2,
SUNBURY -- Rain forced a postponement on Wednesday with 1:30 to play in the first half with Shikellamy leading Williamsport 2-1.
That score held up, as the Braves didn't let up a tying goal the rest of the way to move Shikellamy to 2-3 overall and 1-3 in the HAC-I.
n Southern Columbia 5,
CATAWISSA -- Haley Levan and Aly Stavinski scored two goals apiece to lead the Tigers to the HAC cross-over win.
Bailey Bzdak added a goal and two assists for Southern (5-0).
n Lourdes Regional 6,
Col. Montour Vo-Tech 0
COAL TOWNSHIP -- Kelsey Williams scored four times and Rachel Schultz accounted for the other two goals in the Red Raiders' nonleague win.