COAL TOWNSHIP —
Shamokin scored early and punctuated its win with an 11-run fifth inning to beat Lourdes Regional 19-1 in nonleague action Saturday.
The 11-run fifth gave the Indians a mercy-rule victory after Lourdes was held to a run in the bottom of the frame.
Olivia Bonshock and Catherine Augustitus led the way offensively for Shamokin, as Bonshock drove in four runs during a 3-for-5 day and Augustitus laced three hits and drove in five runs.
Carley Nash helped the Indians at the plate and in the circle, driving in two runs at the plate and striking out five in the win.
MOUNTAIN TOP — Matt Fedorjaka scored five goals and added two assists to lead Lewisburg to the nonleague win.
With the win, the Green Dragons (4-0) stayed unbeaten on the year.
Nathan Fox scored twice and dished out three assists for Lewisburg and Nick Feltham and Chase Keeley each scored twice.
MOUNTAIN TOP — Tabb Koch scored seven goals and Gillian Allen added four goals to lead Mifflinburg to the nonleague road victory.
Katie Snyder and Lexi Erb each added a goal and an assist for Mifflinburg (3-2).
Casey Monahan turned seven shots aside for the Wildcats.
LEHMAN — Danville saw its halftime lead disappear, but the Ironmen rebounded to grab the win.
After Lake-Lehman scored four straight goals to tie the game at 6, Danville erupted for eight of the final nine goals to pull away. Lindsey Strausser led Danville with three goals and three assists and Martina Plafcan netted four goals for Danville. Emily Vella scored three goals and dished out two assists for the Ironmen.
INDIANA — Mifflinburg’s Cole Walter finished third in the PIAA Class AA tournament at 152 pounds and showed his talent against wrestlers from across the country Saturday, finishing fifth at 152 at the FloNationals held at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Walter beat Max Elling of Phillipsburg, N.J., 7-1, to take fifth.
Southern Columbia’s Todd Lane dropped an 8-7 decision to Lincoln Olson of Davison, Mich., at 120 pounds to finish in eighth place. Lane finished in second in the PIAA Class AA tournament at 120 pounds.