LEWISBURG — Ethan Dominick waited a long time to play at Christy Mathewson-Memorial Stadium again, the COVID-19 pandemic forcing Lewisburg away from its home field for the better part of two seasons.

COAL TOWNSHIP — Xzavier Minium may not have been any more confident Friday than when he stood 80 yards from a game-tying touchdown with a little less than four minutes to play.

WILLIAMSPORT — The shootout display put on by Mount Carmel and Loyalsock at Kenneth M. Robbins Stadium Friday night had no shortage of offensive fireworks.

MIFFLINBURG — Late in the first half, Mifflinburg gave up a long touchdown to let Central Mountain back within one score with 48 seconds left in the first half, the Wildcats' three-score lead a distant memory.

MIDDLEBURG — Montoursville scored on its first five possessions of the game en route to a dominant 42-6 road victory over Midd-West on Friday to climb back to .500 on the season at 4-4 overall.

WEATHERLY — The combination of Henry McElroy and Daniel Hayner led Northumberland Christian to an 8-0 win over Weatherly in the Warriors final game of the regular season.

JERSEY SHORE — On a night where it was  dominant from start to finish, Green Dragon teammates Alfred Romano (four goals, two assists), Reese Dieffenderfer (two goals, one assist), and Matt Rawson (three goals, one assist) did a majority of the work in the Green Dragons' victory.

HERSHEY — Emma Rolston, Audrey Weger and Sydney Cameron each scored a pair of goals in Greenwood's dominant 9-0 win over Milton Hershey in nonconference field hockey Friday night.

Daily Item football writer Todd Hummel makes his weekly predictions, including a matchup of reigning District 4 champions and a showdown in Shamokin between Milton and Indians.

TURBOTVILLE — Wiley Egan scored a pair of goals, one in each half, to lead the Braves to the HAC crossover win.

ALMEDIA — The Green Dragons (12-1-1) cruised past the Blue Jays with scores from Philip Permyaskin, Zach Kreisher and Evan Hopkinson.

HUGHESVILLE — With two scores from Loren Gehret — one off a double assist from Cassidy Savitski and Sophie Shadle, and the other a second-half penalty kick — the Tigers grabbed the HAC-II win.

MANDATA — Laney Yeager got things going with two goals as Line Mountain raced to a 4-0 halftime lead in the nonleague win.

MIDDLEBURG — With 24 seconds left in the first overtime period, Rachel Keister scored the game-winner for Midd-West in a 3-2 win over Mount Carmel on Thursday in Heartland Athletic Conference crossover girls soccer.

WILLIAMSPORT — Junior captain Nick Ritter scored three goals to lead the Seals to the HAC crossover victory.

CATAWISSA — Joey Singley scored with 40 seconds left in the second half to force overtime, and Singley scored again in the first extra period to lead the Tigers to the HAC-II win

STATE COLLEGE — Penn State starting defensive tackle PJ Mustipher is out for the season with an injury, Nittany Lions coach James Franklin confirmed following the team’s practice on Wednesday.

SUNBURY - On a night where Coach Steese and the Shikellamy Braves honor their senior class, the game didn't start out well for them as Luke Surovec and Spencer Gigante of Saint Joseph's scored the first two goals of the game.

WILLIAMSPORT — With three assists and one goal in the game, Loren Gehret did most of the work for the Tigers in their victory over the Lancers.

NORTHUMBERLAND - Daniel Hayner (three goals and one assist) and Henry McElroy (one goal and four assists) had themselves a night as the duo did a majority of the work in Northumberland Christian's (15-2 overall, 7-1 ACAA) shut out victory over Columbia County Christian (5-8-1 overall, 2-8 AC…

MIDDLEBURG - Paige Fausey, assisted by Kendra Mull, scored the lone goal for the Braves in the second half as Shikellamy knocks off Midd-West in a close game.

MILTON — Lions teammates Maddy Osman and Kailey Devlin both scored and assisted on the game's first two goals, while Audrey Millett scored the other goal as Meadowbrook Christian defeated Belleville Mennonite.

SELINSGROVE — Increased confidence might have been the biggest change in helping Selinsgrove’s second doubles duo of Murphy O’Brien and Laney Liesenfeld break open their match against Jersey Shore in the District 4 Class 2A team tennis quarterfinals Tuesday.

High School Football Scoreboard

Team Score Quarter
Bloomsburg 42
Warrior Run 7 F
Danville 21
Jersey Shore 42 F
Montoursville 42
Midd-West 6 F
Central Mountain 13
Mifflinburg 42 F
Central Columbia 0
Selinsgrove 42 F
Milton 14
Shamokin 27 F
Hughesville 7
Southern Columbia 41 F
Line Mountain 19
North Penn-Mansfield 20 F
Mount Carmel 60
Loyalsock 41 F
Shikellamy 7
Lewisburg 42 F

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