By The Daily Item
TURBOTVILLE -- Although it wasn't an official league match, Saturday's match between Warrior Run and Lewisburg showcased two of the best teams the Heartland Athletic Conference has to offer.
The Defenders, the top team in Division II, got a goal from Taylor Landis midway through the first half to edge the Division I-contending Green Dragons 1-0, handing Lewisburg its first loss of the season.
Chloe Eisenhuth assisted on the goal. Her through pass split the defense and found Landis, who beat Lewisburg goalkeeper Sienna Fisher one-on-one.
Fisher finished with nine saves for the Green Dragons (2-1, 2-0 HAC-I). Olivia George made 11 stops for the Defenders (4-0, 3-0 HAC-I).
n Midd-West 2,
Bellefonte 1 (OT)
MIDDLEBURG -- Although they held decisive advantages in both shots and corner kicks, the Mustangs needed an overtime goal from Morgan Goodling to take the nonleague win.
Goodling scored unassisted with 1:31 remaining in extra time. The first goal for Midd-West (4-1) was scored unassisted by Allie Camp with 4:35 left in regulation.
n Shikellamy 3,
SUNBURY -- The Braves got three goals from three different scorers to take the nonleague victory, their first of the year.
Haley Bingaman and Sierra Strouse scored in the first half for Shikellamy (1-1-3), which also got a second-half goal from Morgan Young.
n Central Columbia 2,
Southern Columbia 1 (OT)
ALMEDIA -- Grace Juckes scored twice, including the game-winning goal with under a minute to play in overtime to give the Blue Jays the HAC-II win.
Aly Stavinski scored off a combined assist from Gabby Delbo and Bailey Bzdak with 16 seconds remaining in the first half for Southern (2-2 overall).
n Meadowbrook Chr. 5,
Lourdes Regional 4
MILTON -- Three goals from Emily Benfer and two from Madison Burrows was all it took for the Lions to take the nonleague win. Meadowbrook Christian improves to 5-2.