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ARCHBALD — Valley View held Shamokin scoreless for the first 4:27 of the fourth quarter Saturday, while running off nine straight points on the way to a 53-39 victory over visiting Shamokin in a Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association first-round Class 4A boys basketball playoff game.

MILLERSTOWN — Philadelphia-Montgomery County Christian rallied from a 12-point halftime deficit on Friday night to rally for a 46-45 victory over Greenwood in the first round of the PIAA Class A playoffs.

MONTOURSVILLE — The locker room at Montoursville High School was still eerily silent almost 20 minutes after the medal ceremony for the District 4 Class A championship on Wednesday night.

MONTOURSVILLE — After Warrior Run's upset victory over No. 2-seed Wellsboro in the District 4 Class 3A quarterfinals, the Defenders came up short against Troy in the semifinal round.

MONTOURSVILLE — The Northumberland Christian boys didn't take long to punch its ticket back to the state playoffs during Saturday's District 4 Class A semifinal at Montoursville High School.

MILLERSTOWN — Down 21-17 at halftime, Tyler Sherman scored 12 of his 21 points in the second half and overtime as Greenwood beat LaAcademia 51-50 in overtime of the District 3 Class A semifinal on Saturday night at Greenwood High School.

COAL TOWNSHIP — Joe Hile finished with a game-high 19 points for Shamokin as the Indians rolled to a 73-40 win over Montoursville in the District 4 Class 4A quarterfinals on Friday night.

SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT — Marquan Harris' 16 points and Aaron Akers' 11 helped the Mountaineers move on to the District 4 Class 2A semfinials. Caden Harris, Alex Neidig and Lee Habalar scored eight points apiece.

SUNBURY — Shamokin coach Chris Zimmerman knows his team didn't let the Pennsylvania Heartland Athletic Conference Boys Tournament championship game slip away late in Friday night's fourth quarter.

SUNBURY — Shamokin's performance nearly two weeks ago against Central Mountain bothered Chris Zimmerman and his team so much, they were still smarting after a win three days later.

MILLERSTOWN — Sam Myers drained three 3-pointers on his way to a game-high 33 points, leading Greenwood into the Tri-Valley League title game with a 64-51 semifinal win over St. Joseph's on Tuesday night.

MIDDLEBURG — Nijel Hunter finishes with a team-high 17 points for the Black Panthers in the HAC-crossover win.

SUNBURY — Brian Britton scored 11 of his game-high 28 points in the fourth quarter as Southern Columbia used a big fourth quarter in a 60-54 victory over Shikellamy at Phil Lockcuff Gymnasium on Monday night.

ASHLAND — Garrett Varano hit seven 3-pointers and on his way to a game-high 33 points, but the Spartans used balanced scoring and their own big night from long range to pick up the nonleague win.

MILL HALL — Hayden Pardoe scored 11 of his game-high 29 points in third quarter as Central Mountain knocked off Lewisburg, 69-61, in a battle of Heartland Athletic Conference division champions on Friday night.

MILTON — Luke DeLong put in six triples and scored 24 points for the Black Panthers in the HAC-crossover contest.

SUNBURY — Shikellamy kept its faint District 6 Class 5A playoff hopes alive, getting 20 points from senior Mason Deitrich as the Braves knocked off Bellefonte, 58-51, on Thursday night at Phil Lockcuff Gymnasium.

LEWISBURG — Despite being an integral cog in Lewisburg’s basketball program for some 15 years, Dirk Remensnyder never had an opportunity to sit in THAT seat as incarnation after incarnation of Green Dragons squads motored up and down the court.

COAL TOWNSHIP — Behind Alex Hughes' 13 points and Colin Lokitis' 12-point and 14-rebound double-double, Lourdes Regional hung on to defeat Williams Valley, 43-42, in Schuylkill League-Division II action.

COAL TOWNSHIP — Jennsyn Shuey ended the HAC-I contest with a double-double as he scored 11 points and grabbed 12 boards in Shamokin's (15-6, 8-2) win over Milton.

ALMEDIA — Andrew Beagle and Jackson Gump each finished with 15 points for the Blue Jays (9-11) in their HAC-crossover victory against Warrior Run. Logan Welkom put up 12 points of his own for Central Columbia.

MILLERSTOWN — Sam Myers (15 points), Braden Sarver (13), and Ben Brinser (11) all scored in double figures for Greenwood (21-1) in their dominant, 57-18 victory against Belleville Mennonite to close out the regular season on Monday night.

BLOOMSBURG — Nijel Hunter (17 points) and Xzavier Minium (11) combined for 28 points as Milton got back to .500 with 58-38 HAC-crossover win against Bloomsburg on Saturday.