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SUNBURY -- Better late than never is what they always say, and it certainly was true in the case of Shikellamy and Seth Burk in Wednesday's Heartland-I matchup versus Williamsport.
The Braves celebrated senior night against the Millionaires. However, Burk, a junior, got an assist from Anthony Velasquez, a freshman, to score the only goal the hosts needed with nine minutes remaining in the game to take a 1-0 victory.
Velasquez received a punt from goalkeeper Justin Engle before he dished the ball to Burk, who then buried it into the corner of the net.
"The guys were up to play the game. Williamsport goalkeeper (Brett Cavanaugh) had a good night. We hit him with a ton of shots," said Shikellamy coach Jon Steese. "We had a lot of opportunities to score, and the seniors had a good game."
Engle finished with two saves to get the shutout for Shikellamy (10-4-1, 8-3 HAC-I), while Cavanaugh stopped 14 shots in the loss for Williamsport.
n Lewisburg 4,
LEWISBURG -- Four different players scored goals to keep the Green Dragons undefeated with the HAC-I win over the Seals.
Calvin Reif and Luke Permyashkin both scored in the first half before Michael Tenedios and Steven Pavlov tallied second-half goals for Lewisburg (15-0, 11-0 HAC-I).
Lewisburg fired a total of 19 shots at Selinsgrove goalkeeper Zach Hendricks and he finished with 10 saves for the Seals (8-8, 6-6).
n Midd-West 4, Milton 1
MIDDLEBURG -- The Mustangs broke up a tied game at the half by getting two goals from Ty Ross and two assists from Tyler Arbogast in the second en route to the HAC-I win.
Logan Klinepeter assisted on a first-half goal by Malik Bethea for Midd-West (10-6, 8-4 HAC-I) before he scored the final goal for the Mustangs with 2:55 left in the game.
Wade Heidel scored the goal for Milton and goalkeeper Parker McDowell made 10 saves in the loss.
n Danville 4,
MIFFLINBURG -- The Ironmen scored all of their goals in the first half to cruise to the HAC-I win and lock up a berth into the District 4 playoffs.
Eric Dempsey had a goal and two assists for Danville (9-4 overall), while Gage Reber and Shayne Riley both added a goal and an assist in the victory.
n Muncy 2,
Southern Columbia 1
CATAWISSA -- A crucial mistake by the Tigers late in the first half allowed the Indians to go home with the HAC-II victory.
With Muncy already up 1-0, the Indians got an own goal by Southern with just 48 seconds remaining in the first half.
The Tigers (7-8 overall) later broke through in the scoring column with an unassisted tally by Sunny Sen with 8:39 left.
n Warrior Run 9,
Mount Carmel 0
MOUNT CARMEL -- Senior forward Elias George had a career night for the Defenders, scoring four goals and assisting on two others -- all in the first half -- in the lopsided HAC-II win over the Red Tornadoes.
Fellow senior Kylan Trivelpiece added a pair of goals and an assist in the first half as well for Warrior Run (10-5, 7-4 HAC-II), which scored a total of seven goals in the opening 40 minutes of play.
n Bloomsburg 10,
BLOOMSBURG -- Gabby Luxardo, Hannah Oberender and Katie Klingerman all scored two goals apiece as the Panthers routed the Black Panthers in an HAC cross-over matchup.
Bloomsburg peppered the Milton goalkeeper with 44 shots, of which Brooke Swartz made 24 saves.