By The Daily Item
The Daily Item
Berwick 62, Selinsgrove 49
A 19-point first quarter was too much for the Seals to overcome as Selinsgrove opened the year off with a loss against the Bulldogs.
“The first quarter really hurt us,” first-year Selinsgrove coach Mike Stebila said. “We dug a hole we just couldn’t get out of.”
Ethan Fadale led the Seals with a 16-point performance while Andrew Sickle added nine and Isaiah Rapp scored eight.
Berwick took a 38-19 lead into the half and were led by Matt Dalo’s 19 points.
Selinsgrove will look to get the first win of the year on Friday as it hosts Central Mountain.
Shamokin 74, Milton 47
MILTON — The Indians made the Black Panthers’ tough start to the season a little bit tougher by out-scoring the hosts 43-25 in the second half of the Heartland-I matchup.
Five players scored in double figures for Shamokin (2-0, 1-0 HAC-I). Austin Stine led the way with 16 points.
Milton (1-3, 0-1) got 10 points apiece from Ethan Baker and Travis Krall.
Millersburg 72, Line Mountain 49
MILLERSBURG — A balanced scoring attack resulted in four players scoring in double figures for the Indians, who took the Tri-Valley League win.
Christian Wingard scored 16 points and Robbie Burger had 15 to lead Millersburg (1-2, 1-0 TVL).
Elijah Zablosky and Kellan Masser scored 15 and 13 points, respectively, for Line Mountain (0-3. 0-1).
East Juniata 74, Lancaster Co. Day 26
LANCASTER — Bailey Coder and Nick Lorenz combined for 55 points as the Tigers ran away for the TVL victory.
Coder led East Juniata (1-0 overall and TVL) with 29 points, and the Tigers used his points and those from Lorenz to score 23 second-quarter points and take a 38-10 halftime lead.
Williamsport 50, Selinsgrove 46
WILLIAMSPORT — A slow start doomed the Seals in the nonleague matchup against the Millionaires.
Jess Kerstetter led Selinsgrove (0-1) with 16 points and Nikki Krebs added 12 for the Seals.
Mifflinburg 68, Williamsport 12
MIFFLINBURG — Capped by Nazar Mironenko’s 23-second pin, the Wildcats roughed up the Millionaires for the HAC-I victory.
In addition to Mironenko’s fall, others to get pins for Mifflinburg (1-0) were Cooper Wagner (132), Logan Stenger (138), Brendan Hicks (145), Cole Walter (152), Darian Shrado (160), John Punako (182) and Nick Gozman (195).
Wagner’s pin came in just 36 seconds for the Wildcats.