By The Daily Item
n Shikellamy 2, Bald Eagle Area 1
SUNBURY -- Moments after Seth Burk was taken down in the box, Ian Snyder converted on a penalty kick as the Braves handed Bald Eagle Area a non-league loss on Saturday.
Justin Engle made nines saves to earn the shutout for the Shikellamy (2-14).
"It was a well-played game, very even," said Shikellamy coach Jon Steese. "We got a chance to convert and Ian finished."
Bald Eagle Area falls to 10-5-1.
n Danville 14, Mount Carmel 1
DANVILLE -- Chris Dempsey and Andrew Smith had a hat tricks and Gage Reber had a hand in six goals as the Ironmen rolled to the Heartland crossover victory.
Reber scored twice and added four assists for the Ironmen (13-1-1).
Richie Coffman scored for the Red Tornadoes, while Brandon Young made 22 saves.
n Mifflinburg 5, Penns Valley 0
SPRING MILLS -- Logan Taylor scored twice and three other players added single goals as the Wildcats clinched a District 4 playoff spot with a non-league victory.
Clair Ferguson, Ben Greb and Andrew Leitzel also added goals for Mifflinburg (9-7).
n Selinsgrove 1, Central Mountain 0
MILL HALL -- David Aurand scored midway through the first half of a feed from Chuck Pealer as the Seals shut out the Wildcats in a non-league game.
Travis Petrick made two saves for the Seals (15-1).
n Juniata 5, Line Mountain 1
MANDATA -- Jose Lopez had a hat trick for the Indians as they pulled away from Line Mountain with three second-half goals in the TVL victory.
Carl Pollard scored for the Eagles (1-15, 1-11).
n Southern Columbia 2, Hughesville 1, OT
HUGHESVILLE -- Aly Stavinski scored the game-tying goal with a little more than a minute to play in regulation and Mackenzie Clark scored early in the first overtime as the Tigers rallied for a Heartland Athletic Conference Division II victory.
Clark scored the game-winner off a feed from Haley Levan. The Tigers are now 11-4 overall, 8-3 in the HAC-II.
n Danville 3, Midd-West 0
DANVILLE -- The Ironmen scored twice in the final 13 minutes of the first half and never let the Mustangs find any rhythm in a HAC-I victory.
Brittany Walters go the Ironmen on the board and then Kiersten Zerbe and Siobhan Bross hooked up for a goal in each half for Danville (10-4-1, 9-2-1 HAC-I).
Midd-West falls to 9-6 overall, 5-6 in the HAC-I.
n Shamokin 3, North Schuylkill 1
COAL TOWNSHIP -- The Indians scored two gaols 31 seconds apart early in the game and pulled away for a non-conference win.
Rachel Poplaski had a goal and assist for the Indian.
n Mifflinburg 1, Lewisburg 0
MIFFLINBURG -- Nicole Brouse scored the game's only goal in the second half as the Wildcats held off their rival in a Heartland Athletic Conference Division I game.
Mifflinburg outshot the Green Dragons 26-10, but could only managed Brouse's goal, which was assisted by Sarah Shrawder.