NEW OXFORD — Line Mountain placed third at the 29-team New Oxford Invitational wrestling tournament Friday.

ELIZABETHTOWN — All five starters for Susquehanna men’s basketball team scored in double figures as the River Hawks remained undefeated in the Landmark Conference with an 86-74 victory over Elizabethtown College on Saturday afternoon.

BUCKHORN — Ashton Canelo scored 11 of his game-high 23 points in the fourth quarter as Meadbowbrook Chrstian rallied for a 48-47 win over Columbia County Christian on Friday night in Allegheny Christian Athletic Association-Eastern Division boys basketball.

SUNBURY — Shikellamy jumped out to an 11-point lead after one quarter on its way to a 51-40 victory over Benton on Friday in nonconference girls basketball.

MANDATA — Riley Young and Cameren Hunsberger each scored 16 points to lead Line Mountain to a 59-29 nonleague boys basketball victory over Montgomery on Friday night.

COVE — Line Mountain clinched at least a share of the Tri-Valley League wrestling title with a 49-19 win over Susquenita on Thursday.

DANVILLE — Caroline Spahr felt as though something special was going on as she stretched her hand out to touch the pad on the starting block at the Danville Area Community Center.

SELINSGROVE — Even though Susquehanna’s latest outing had been over for several minutes, Amalia Esposito was bouncing around with all sorts of energy.

TURBOTVILLE — Had Brent Mitch faced an identical predicament several weeks or months back, the Milton senior’s typical bout with pre-match anxieties might have made him completely ineffective — even before he strode onto the mat.

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Sidney Crosby watched the Pittsburgh Penguins thrive in his absence. The longtime captain pledged he would simply focus on doing his part to keep the Penguins rolling in his return from a two-month layoff.

MILTON — Forward Jake Young scored nine of his game-high 21 points in the second quarter to help Mifflinburg to a double-digit halftime lead in rout to a 63-54 victory over Milton in Heartland Athletic Conference crossover action.

DANVILLE — Dante Harward scored 13 of his game-high 16 points as Danville dominated the first half on its way to a 71-31 win over Southern Columbia in Heartland Athletic Conference crossover boys basketball Monday.

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