The Daily Item, Sunbury, PA


January 24, 2014

High school roundup: Danville surges past Mifflinburg


Mac Ney added 15 points for Upper Dauphin, which out-scored Line Mountain 45-32 in the second and fourth periods.

Kellan Masser led all scorers with 24 points for Line Mountain (2-14, 2-9 TVL). Dylan Barthalomew added 13 points for the Eagles.

n Montgomery 61,

Meadowbrook Chr. 54

MILTON -- The Lions faltered in the second and third quarters, scoring just 24 points to 33 for the Red Raiders, who went on for the non-league victory.

Tyler Baughman and Kurtis Klodnicki tallied 16 points apiece to lead Meadowbrook Christian (8-5).

n Sunbury Christian 55,

Watsontown Christian 19

WATSONTOWN -- The Eagles had little difficulty taking the ACAA matchup behind 15 points from Blake Spangler-Jones and 10 from Jackson Snyder.

Spangler-Jones also had 10 rebounds and Snyder pulled down six boards, plus Karch Carey added nine points and 12 rebounds in the victory for Sunbury Christian (10-5, 6-1 ACAA).

n Millersburg 62,

Newport 59 (OT)

MILLERSBURG -- Christian Wingard drained a tying 3-pointer with 20 seconds left in regulation, and Millersburg edged Newport in overtime.

Christian Keiter and Mark Simpkins scored 14 and 13, respectively, to lead the Indians (6-9 overall).


n Sunbury Christian 59,

Watsontown Christian 8

WATSONTOWN -- Faith Gingrich had a double-double, and Torri Erdman nearly had a triple-double in the Eagles' Allegheny Christian Athletic Association win.

Gingrich scored 12 points and pulled down 10 rebounds, while Erdman had 15 points, nine rebounds and eight assists for Sunbury Christian (8-3, 6-1 ACAA).


n Mifflinburg 50,

Midd-West 20

MIFFLINBURG -- While the Mustangs were still hanging around midway through the HAC-I matchup, the Wildcats got a pin from Noah Kuba at 126 and a technical fall from Cooper Wagner at 132 to blow the meet wide open.

Beginning with those two victories, Mifflinburg (7-6, 4-2 HAC-I) won the remaining three bouts to put the contest away.

Midd-West (7-18, 2-4) got pins from Jerry Lewis (182) and Zach Longacre (220), plus a technical fall from Dalton Klinger (120).

n Southern Columbia 42,

Bloomsburg 34

BLOOMSBURG -- Trailing by four with two bouts remaining, the Tigers took the HAC-II match thanks to a pair of forfeits it won at 182 and 195. Adam Feudale (220), Shane Casey (106) and Blake Marks (152) got pins for Southern.

n Warrior Run 54,

Mount Carmel 21

MOUNT CARMEL -- The Defenders began the match with a pair of forfeits, and after adding six pins along the way, the visitors cruised to the HAC-II victory. William George (160), Wes Cupp (220), Matt Kilgus (285), Jared Miller (106), Eric Hunt (113) and Zack LeBarron (126) for Warrior Run.

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