The Daily Item, Sunbury, PA

February 6, 2013

High school roundup: Indians edge Rangers on late free throws

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---- — MIDDLEBURG -- With one clutch win over Shamokin already this season, the Midd-West girls basketball team tried to go for the season sweep over the Indians in Tuesday's Heartland-I matchup.

Shamokin refused to go down as Kelsey Forbes made three foul shots late in the game to clinch the Indians' 36-35 win over Midd-West.

At two seperate times in the fourth quarter Midd-West (7-11 overall) got a 3-pointer from Brianna Beiler to tie the game at 26 and one from Allie Camp that got the Mustangs to within the final margin.

After Camp hit her trey Midd-West didn't have any more timeouts and Shamokin (11-8) ran out the clock for the win.

Brianna Beiler added nine rebounds, and Camp and Mikayla Beiler both had six steals in the loss for the Mustangs.

Catelin Pancher and Kelsey Yacko both had eight points for the Indians.

Shikellamy 62, Mifflinburg 49

SUNBURY -- Point guard Alexis Angstadt totaled 21 points and 10 rebounds as the Braves took the HAC-I win.

Cory Yerger and Raven Fatool added 16 and 12 points, respectively, for Shikellamy (13-7, 7-5 HAC-I).

Kayla Kline scored a game-high 28 for Mifflinburg (4-13 overall).

Lewisburg 51, Hughesville 35

HUGHESVILLE -- The Green Dragons outscored the Spartans 18-9 in the third quarter to take control of the game and take the HAC-II victory.

Maria Kelleher had 14 points and Lois Lesher tallied 10 for Lewisburg (13-5, 7-4 HAC-II).

Milton 27, Jersey Shore 23

MILTON -- The Black Panthers got the better of the Bulldogs in the low-scoring game behind 12 points from Emily Baker. Milton improves to 12-7, 10-2 in the HAC-II.

Southern Columbia 46, Montoursville 42

CATAWISSA -- Behind Kayla Lavella's game-high 20 points, the Tigers edged the Warriors for the HAC-II victory. Both Southern and Montoursville are 15-5 overall, and the two teams are neck-and-neck in the Division II race as well.

Mount Carmel 63, Warrior Run 46

MOUNT CARMEL -- With three double-digit scorers the Red Tornadoes claimed a convincing HAC-II win over the Defenders.

Steph Shamburg led Warrior Run (12-6, 5-6 HAC-II) with 23 points.

Ali Varano paced Mount Carmel with 19 points.

Williams Valley 52, Line Mountain 45

MANDATA -- Three players who scored in double figures weren't enough for the Eagles as they fell in the TVL game.

Colleen Troutman scored 13 points and had seven rebounds, while Madeline Reed added 12 points for Line Mountain (4-16).

Sunbury Christian 59, Walnut Street Chr. 19

JERSEY SHORE -- A near triple-double by Abby Daddario lifted the Eagles to the Allegheny Christian Athletic Association win.

Daddario scored 25 points and had eight assists and seven rebounds for Sunbury Christian (18-1, 10-0 ACAA). Tori Erdman added 16 points, six rebounds and three assists for the Eagles.

Meadowbrook Chr. 58, Columbia County Chr. 53

MILTON -- Madison Burrows scored 20 points and Micayla Lynd added 16 in the ACAA win for the Lions. Meadowbrook improves to 13-5 overall.

North. Christian 43, New Covenant Acad. 21

NORTHUMBERLAND -- Alyssa Wesner had yet another double-double to lead the Warriors to the ACAA win.

Wesner scored 26 points and pulled down18 rebounds, while Jordan Carr had 11 rebounds and Terah Lee Hayner had eight assists.


Greenwood 73, Halifax 31

MILLERSTOWN -- An all-around solid night by Josh Ferguson led Greenwood to the Tri-Valley League win.

Ferguson scored 13 points, dished out 11 assists, pulled down six rebounds and had five steals for Greenwood (17-3, 13-1 TVL). Tyler Fegley and Adam Harrison added 15 points apiece for the host Wildcats.

Sunbury Christian 47, Walnut Street Chr. 37

JERSEY SHORE -- Blake Spangler-Jones' 22 points helped lift the Eagles to the ACAA win. Sunbury Christian improves to 9-13, 6-6 in league play.

Meadowbrook Chr. 62, Columbia County Chr. 42

MILTON -- Fourteen points from Curtis Klodnicki and 13 from Graham Feaster helped give the Lions the ACAA win. Tyler Baughman added 10 points for Meadowbrook Christian (12-7, 9-0 ACAA).

North. Christian 59, New Covenant Acad. 43

NORTHUMBERLAND -- A double-double by Daniel Severn combined with two other players in double figures led the Warriors to the ACAA win.

Severn had 16 points and 22 rebounds, while Nathan York also had 16 points and Troy Harris chipped in 11 points for Northumberland Christian (10-15, 7-6 ACAA), which also got a defensive spark from senior co-captain Ryan King in the game.


Danville 42, Bloomsburg 39

DANVILLE -- The picked up seven forfeit wins to upend the Panthers in a HAC crossover meet.

The Ironmen improved to 3-12 overall.

Lewisburg 54, Southern Columbia 22

CATAWISSA -- The Green Dragons won four of the first five bouts, all on forfeits, to take a big lead and the HAC-II win. Lewisburg picked up a total of seven forfeits, plus pins from Nicholas Bernstein at 170 pounds and Storm Brown at 182.

Central Columbia 57, Milton 13

ALMEDIA -- The big names for the Black Panthers got wins -- Ryan Preisch at 170 and Ryan Solomon at 220 -- but the rest of the lineup failed to do much against the powerful Blue Jays in the HAC crossover matchup.