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REEDSVILLE -- Just one meet into the 2013 season, the girls cross country teams from Lewisburg and Shikellamy are already making noise.
At the Big Valley Invitational on Saturday, Shikellamy claimed the individual title as sophomore Treicy Cedeno crossed the finish line in first place in 19 minutes, 29 seconds.
Lewisburg's girls team claimed the Class AA race and the Green Dragons were also second in the overall standings behind State College, 59-104.
Finishing behind Cedeno for the Braves was her freshman sister, Yoangelys, who was fifth in 20:01 as Shikellamy was second in the AA race and eighth overall.
Lewisburg's girls were led by Blake Baylor, who was sixth in 20:39. Jenna Farmer added a seventh-place finish in 20:47, while Allison Graham was 10th (21:08), Jordan Hartzell was 11th (21:22), and Katie Edwards was 15th (21:52).
On the boys side, Lewisburg finished fifth overall with 208 points. The Green Dragons also won the AA race with 64 points.
Lewisburg was led by Nicholas Scullin (22nd, 17:48), Alden Davidson (38th, 18:23) and Anthony Bach (40th, 18:27).
Shikellamy's boys were 16th. The Braves were led by Aaron Schaffer-Neitz (42nd, 18:34) and Dylan Houseknecht (64th, 19:35).
n Selinsgrove 4,
Wyoming Valley West 1
PLYMOUTH -- After a scoreless first half, the Seals roared back with four straight goals to pull away for the victory.
Nora Aucker added two late goals for the Seals, who out-shot Wyoming Valley West, 23-4.
Line Mountain Tourn.
n Line Mountain 1,
n Line Mountain 2,
MANDATA -- Olivia Kleman scored the lone goal of the game as Line Mountain used a 15-3 advantage in penalty corners to keep pressure on Bloomsburg.
Kortnee Schwartz and Chloe Poltonavage scored for the Eagles in a 2-0 win over Shikellamy in the second game.
West Perry Tourn.
n Greenwood 3,
West Perry 0
n Greenwood 1,
ELLIOTTSBURG -- Greenwood scored three first-half goals to defeat host West Perry with three Wildcats getting into the action.
In the championship, a goal from Kelsey Keener with 2:08 left in the first half stood up to give Greenwood the title.
Bald Eagle Tournament
n Mifflinburg 3,
n Mifflinburg 4,
Bald Eagle Area 0
WINGATE -- Andrew Leitzel scored a pair of goals in the opening game before tallying the Wildcats' third goal of the finals, leading them to the tourney championship.
Alex Kroft added a goal in each win for Mifflinburg (2-0), while Gordy DeFacis chipped in a goal and a pair of assists for the Wildcats.
n Selinsgrove 1, Altoona 0
n Coughlin 1,
Selinsgrove 0, 2 OT
MILL HALL -- After blanking Altoona 1-0 in the first game of the Commissioner's Cup Tournament, Selinsgrove ran into a tough defense that wouldn't let up, as the Seals went into double overtime against Coughlin.
It was Coughlin that got the lone score, downing Selinsgrove, 1-0, to win the championship.
"I thought our defense played well. It was a really hot day and we had some players step up, especially in that overtime game" Selinsgrove coach Chris Lupolt said. "I was really pleased with our defense. We just need to find people to step up and score, that's what we need to work on."
Gavin Keller scored the Seals' only goal in the first game with an assist by Derek Menges halfway through the second half. Zach Hendricks posted a shutout with 16 saves.
The Seals (1-1) travel to Danville on Thursday.
n Midd-West 4, Millville 0
n Midd-West 2, Warrior Run 1
MILLVILLE -- After giving up an opening goal to Warrior Run senior Elias George, the Mustangs responded with a goal of their own just 50 seconds later before Ty Ross, who had the game-tying goal, put through a game-winner with 1:03 to play on a header from Tyler Arbogast to beat the Defenders, 2-1, and win the Millville Tournament.
Ross's two goals both came off headers as he was named the tournament MVP for Midd-West (2-0).
"He's just a dangerous forward. He works really hard (and) he's really fast," Midd-West coach Chris Sauer said. "He had the opportunities and he really cashed in."
George's goal for the Defenders (1-1) was unassisted.
"It was nice to see early in the game us experience some adversity," Sauer said. "It was a great response."
In the first game, Midd-West blanked Millville, as Arbogast scored twice while Tanner Ebright and Ross each added a goal.
Elijah Fisher and Nick Schmoyer combined on the shutout in goal.
Midd-West travels to Mifflinburg on Thursday.
n Selinsgrove 4,
n Selinsgrove 4,
BELLEFONTE -- The Seals scored all four of their goals in the championship game in the first half to win the tournament championship.
Nicole Krebs scored two goals to bookend the scoring for Selinsgrove (2-0), and Samantha Rodkey scored and assisted on Krebs' second goal.
Krebs and Rodkey provided much of the offense in the Seals' win over host Bellefonte, with each scoring twice.
n Southern Columbia 2,
CATAWISSA -- Aly Stavinski and Bailey Bzdak scored goals for Southern Columbia in a season-opening win.
Tigers goalie Jess Watkins made three saves for a shutout. Midd-West's Paige Kauffman stopped 11 shots.
n Milton 3,
Penns Valley 1
HUGHESVILLE -- Mackenna Miller had a hand in each of Milton's goals in a 3-1 win over Penns Valley.
Miller broke away from the pack with a pass from Alexa Landis for her first goal and connected with Landis again to score her second.
Miller passed to Linneas Knapp in the box for the final goal.
n Montoursville 7,
n Troy 4,
MONTOURSVILLE -- Mifflinburg opened the scoring against Troy with a Sara Stauffer goal but four straight Troy goals made the difference.
Brooke Mattocks scored early in the second half for Mifflinburg.
Montoursville dominated in the first game, with Carly Mill scoring four times and going into halftime with a hat trick in the bag.
Line Mountain Tourn.
n Northumberland Chr. 3,
Line Mountain 0
n Shamokin 2,
Norry Chr. 1 (OT)
MANDATA -- The Indians outlasted the Warriors to win the championship game, taking the contest with a 4-3 advantage in penalty kicks.
Amy Frasch kicked the deciding PK for Shamokin (2-0). The Indians' other PKs came from Gabriann Lahr, Danielle Reed and Michelle Bressi.
Mackenzie Koharski scored Shamokin's regulation goal with 4:15 remaining in the first half.
Tori Novinger, Riley Book and Bethany Severn scored for Northumberland (3-1) against Line Mountain. Ferster added an assist in that game, as well as her team's only goal against Shamokin.
n Meadowbrook Chr. 5,
MILTON -- Madison Burrows scored three goals and had an assist to break the Lions' all-time girls scoring record while leading her team to the tournament championship.
With her assist on an Emily Benfer goal early in the second half, Burrows recorded her 370th point to break the mark of 369 set by Stefanie Rowe in 2003.
Benfer had a goal and two assists for Meadowbrook (2-0), and Kyla Bordner had a goal and an assist for the Lions.