The Daily Item, Sunbury, PA


August 31, 2013

Local roundup: Shikellamy's Cedeno wins at Big Valley


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.

Meadowbrook Tourn.

n Meadowbrook Chr. 5,

Benton 1

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.

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