Two seniors -- Wes Sigl and Patrick Barrett -- won for Lewisburg (16-1, 13-1 HAC-II) at No. 3 singles and at No. 1 doubles, while the Green Dragons' remaining wins all came from underclassmen.
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MIFFLINBURG -- The Wildcats ended their season on a high note as they swept all three singles matches to take the HAC-I win.
Highlighting the day for Mifflinburg (6-9) was Landon Walter's 4-6, 6-1, 6-1 victory over Steven Zhang at No. 1 singles.
n District 4 Singles Tourn.
WILLIAMSPORT -- Two of the top seeds for this weekend's tournament will be wearing green uniforms as Lewisburg seniors Ben Koch and Kerry Shutt are seeded No. 2 and No. 8, respectively.
The other Valley player to earn a seed on Saturday is Danville senior Steven Zhang. He is seeded No. 7.
Koch gets a bye in the first round, but if he were to advance to the finals there's a possibility of a rematch with Towanda No. 1 seed David Rodenhizer, who defeated Koch in Tuesday's District 4 team tournament match between the Black Knights and the Green Dragons.
Shutt will play the winner of a preliminary match between Shikellamy's Jacob Stuck and Liberty's Andrew Nadas in the first round, while Zhang will play the winner of a preliminary match between Shikellamy's Bobby Dalius and Saint John Neumann's Nick Fischer.
The tournament begins Saturday at 9 a.m. at Williamsport High School. The semifinals and finals are Monday at 2 p.m. at the West Branch Racquet Club in South Williamsport.
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SELINSGROVE -- A seven-point day by Ben Youngman included a team-high five goals as the Seals cruised to the Central Susquehanna Lacrosse League win.
Marcus Winn and Austin Stroup added four and three goals for Selinsgrove (11-0) respectively, while goalkeeper Tommy Frederick and defenders Ben Kahn, Scott Marquette, Kyle Goran and Ethan Trautman all combined to shut out Mifflinburg (3-8).
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DANVILLE -- Matt Fedorjaka scored eight goals and he finished with 12 points to lead the Green Dragons past the Ironmen for the CSLL win.
Nathan Fox and Nick Feltham added three goals apiece for Lewisburg (6-4), with Fox also added four assists.
Nolan Fogelmann led Danville with five goals and an assist.