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April 13, 2014

High School Roundup: Danville girls lacrosse tops Selinsgrove

SELINSGROVE — GIRLS LACROSSE

With a warm and sunny Saturday as the perfect backdrop, two of the top teams in the Central Susquehanna Girls Lacrosse League — Selinsgrove and Danville — faced off on the Seals’ home field.

Danville went into the day’s marquee matchup with an unblemished record, and the Ironmen stayed that way by taking an 11-7 victory over Selinsgrove.

Sara Klena and Lindsay Strausser both scored three goals to pace the Ironmen (6-0). Liz Pavis and Martina Plafcan added an additional two goals apiece in the win.

Alli Kahn scored four goals for Selinsgrove (5-2), while Jenna Clark added three.

Both teams also competed against Bellefonte (0-4) on the day.

The Seals upended the Red Raiders, 14-7, behind two goals apiece from Veronica John, Megan Keeney, Alli Kahn and Megan Kahn.

Danville also defeated Bellefonte. That score was unavailable.

BASEBALL

Jersey Shore 8,

Milton 4

MILTON — The Bulldogs rallied late and scored six runs in the sixth inning to defeat the Black Panthers in the HAC-I matchup.

Christian Rishel went 2-for-4 and drove in two runs for Jersey Shore.

Brady Chappell and Mark Artley both went 2-for-4 for Milton (2-2 overall and HAC-I), with Artley also driving in a run for the Black Panthers.

Upper Dauphin 15,

Greenwood 0 (4 inn.)

ELIZABETHVILLE — Trey Campbell blasted a three-run home run and pitched three scoreless innings in Upper Dauphin’s Tri-Valley League win.

Tanner Miller and Dylan Lesher each had a pair of hits for the Trojans (4-0 overall and TVL), with Miller driving in a pair of runs.

Halifax 11,

Lancaster C.D. 0 (5 inn.)

HALIFAX — Blake Enders pitched four innings of no-hit ball, and Sam Cook closed out the TVL victory for the Wildcats.

Michael Schaeffer, Trey Pritchard, and Hunter Hilinski each had two hits for Halifax (2-1, 1-1 TVL).

SOFTBALL

Mifflinburg 9,

Penns Valley 2

MIFFLINBURG — The Wildcats found plenty of success versus their nonleague foe, especially Kayla Kline, who batted 4-for-4 and had two doubles and a triple in the win.

McKenzie Noll and Emily Stauffer both went 2-for-3 and had a double for Mifflinburg (6-1), with Noll also driving in three runs for the Wildcats.

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