MIDDLEBURG - Shikellamy scored first. Midd-West made the Braves pay for it.
Allie Camp scored two solo goals to lead the Mustangs to a 4-1 victory in the Heartland Conference game. Janelle Arbogast had one goal and a helper in the win, with all five tallies coming before the break.
Shikellamy got on the board first, 10 minutes into the game, when Midd-West keeper Paige Kauffman couldn't stop a ball.
"It was a direct kick and she got beat over her head," Midd-West coach Russ Goodling explained.
But after that, the Mustangs came to life and hounded Braves keeper Jessica Miller at the other end of the field. Camp scored five minutes after the first goal, then again six minutes later for what would stand as the game winner.
The other two goals came in the final minutes of the half.
"We possessed the ball real well tonight and worked it around the field," Goodling said.
Midd-West (11-6, 7-6) will close its regular season Friday, looking to avenge a loss from earlier in the season against Montoursville.
Greenwood 12, Juniata 0
MIFFLINTOWN - Ten different players scored for Greenwood as the Wildcats ended the field hockey regular season with a 12-0 win over Tri-Valley League opponent Juniata.
It was the second meeting between the two teams in three days, and for Greenwood, was a chance to tune up for the upcoming District 3 Class AA tournament.
"I thought we did some good things, things we set out to do," Greenwood coach Kent Houser said. "We wanted to work on our defensive positioning and our transition."
Only Katie Barton and Mallory Fortenbaugh had multiple goals in the effort. Kelsey Keener had two assists to go with one tally, and Lauren Wilson had one of each.
The Wildcats end the regular season at 15-2-1, with a perfect 10-0 mark in league play. They await the winner of a play-in game between Lancaster Catholic and Kutztown for their first-round contest in the district, which will be at Hershey Oct. 23.
Juniata (4-12) travels to Huntingdon Thursday.
ALEXANDRIA - Katrina Hammon was the bright spot for Mount Union in the Inter-County Conference cross country meet Wednesday at Juniata Valley.
Hammon was the top finisher among the Trojans, crossing the line eighth in the girls race with a personal best time of 22:30.
Ryan Mckay was the top boy finisher, in 18th place, at 20:00. The girls overall were third of the five teams; the boys were fourth.
"They're great kids. They try their best, that's all I can ask for," Mount Union coach Bob Wydock said. "The girls ran well. A number of our runners did run some personal best times."