By The Daily Item
SELINSGROVE -- Lewisburg continued to shape up into postseason form as its top five runners were among the first 11 to cross the finish line in the Green Dragons' sweep of the Heartland Athletic Conference cross-over quad meet on Tuesday.
Lewisburg (15-0) picked up a 23-35 win over Selinsgrove, a 21-34 win over Williamsport and a 15-50 win over Central Columbia.
Sean Walker won the race for the Green Dragons by finishing in 16 minutes, 28 seconds; while teammate Nate Martin was third in 17:06.
Selinsgrove (13-4) went 1-2 in the meet. Leading the Seals were Ethan Fadale (4th, 17:11) and Brody Beiler (5th, 17:39).
On the girls side, Selinsgrove won all three of its matchups while Lewisburg went 1-2 in the meet. The Seals finished the season 16-1 and wrapped up the HAC-I title with win over the Millionaires.
Brianna Carnathan won the race for the Seals in 20:11. Allison Graham's third-place finish led the effort for the Green Dragons (13-2). Also for Selinsgrove, Kelsey Ulrich narrowly finished fourth in 20:39.
n Warrior Run boys sweep/girls win one
TURBOTVILLE -- Led by Spencer Williamson's first-place finish in 17:56, the Defenders swept the inter-divisional boys quad meet versus Bloomsburg, Loyalsock, Milton and Shamokin.
Mitchell Keiser was the boys runner-up for Warrior Run (7-7) in 18:27.
The girls race was won by Milton's Kaylee Long in 21:49.
n Lewisburg 10,
LEWISBURG -- Udoka Eze's hat trick powered the Green Dragons to the HAC-I win.
Lewisburg (10-1-1, 7-1-1 HAC-I) scored eight of their goals in the first half, including two by Eze. Daniel Cole, Max Reed, Nick Janesh, Jacob Lightman and Kyle Guissanie all added at least one goal and an assist apiece for the Green Dragons.
n Northumberland Chr. 6,
Columbia County Chr. 1
NORTHUMBERLAND -- A two-goal day by David Mahoney helped lift the Warriors to the Allegheny Christian Athletic Association win. Northumberland improves to 17-1-1, 10-0 in league play.
n Northumberland Chr. 8,
Columbia County Chr. 0
NORTHUMBERLAND -- Alyssa Wesner and Bethany Severn combined for three straight goals between the first and second halves as the Warriors easily took the Allegheny Christian Athletic Association win.
Wesner finished with four goals and an assist, while Severn had two goals and three assists for Northumberland (16-3, 7-1 ACAA).