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September 4, 2013

Local roundup: Selinsgrove blanks Shikellamy in HAC-I field hockey

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n Warrior Run boys/girls win five

TURBOTVILLE -- The Defenders won all three of their boys races, plus two on the girls side to start their season on a high note.

Southern Columbia's Andrew Steely won the boys race over Warrior Run's Spencer Williamson, 17:10 to 17:28.

In the girls race, the Defenders had Lindsey Hartman finish second behind Williamsport's Hannah Weber, 21:09 to 21:52.

n Danville sweeps in both boys and girls

ALMEDIA -- Danville's boys and girls teams easily swept their way to three wins apiece in the HAC quad meet.

Tyler Vella won the boys race for Danville in 16:58, while Mackenzie Jones claimed the girls race in 20:20 for the Ironmen.

n Lewisburg boys/girls win nine of 10 races

LEWISBURG -- Blake Baylor won her race in 21:29 as the Green Dragons claimed five of the top six spots to sweep the girls meet.

Allison Graham was second for Lewisburg (5-0) in 21:30, while Mifflinburg's Sarah Lemon was third in 21:55.

The boys race was claimed by Mifflinburg's Quincy Amabile in 17:30 ahead of teammate Levi Ebersole (18:06). Alden Davidson led Lewisburg (4-1) by finishing fifth in 18:31.

GIRLS TENNIS

n Milton 3,

Lewisburg 2

MILTON -- Doubles play has been the Black Panthers' strong suit this year, and the No. 2 team of Caylee Pinchak and Taylor Wolfe beat Shannon Loftus and Natalie Smyth, 6-3, 6-4, to lead Milton to the HAC-I victory.

The other two wins for Milton (3-4) came from Leah Tillinghast at No. 1 singles and Julia Spear at No. 3.

n Jersey Shore 5,

Shikellamy 0

JERSEY SHORE -- Anya Klimitchev's 6-2, 2-6, 6-4 win over Christa Beveridge at third singles completed the Bulldogs' HAC-I shutout over the Braves.

GOLF

n Tri-Valley League

MIDDLEBURG -- With a pair of 85s carded by Asher Marks and Aidan Edmiston, Midd-West shot a combined 359 to finish tied with East Juniata in the league meet at Shade Mountain Golf Course.

Ryan Kerstetter and Eli Stem shot a 94 and 95, respectively for Midd-West. Jeremy Pannebaker shot an even-par 72 to lead East Juniata.

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