COCOLAMUS - Jake Sankey tripled up on Millersburg, collecting a hat trick en route to a 4-0 East Juniata victory over the Indians in Tri-Valley League boys soccer Monday.
"He had a good night tonight. He did a good job finishing his chances," Tigers coach Don Troutman said.
Dalton Shipp, who scored in each of the last two games, added a goal.
"We have some guys that are starting to pick up the slack," Troutman said, a concern after big guns were lost to graduation from last year.
East Juniata also won the JV game, 2-1.
The Tigers (3-2, 2-0) will host Greenwood Wednesday in what might be their biggest TVL test of the young season.
Hollidaysburg 6, Mifflin County 1
HOLLIDAYSBURG - The Mifflin County boys soccer team traveled out of the Mid-Penn Conference for the first time this season, but was unable to come up with the win as Hollidaysburg dropped a 6-1 rout on the Huskies Monday.
Caleb Neff was the only Husky to find the back of the net when he put an unassisted goal past Hollidaysburg's keeper with 12:57 left in the first half.
Hollidaysburg also scored two of its goals in the first half, then put the game away with four more in the second. All six of Hollidaysburg's goal came off the foot of a different player.
Mifflin County (0-4, 0-3) hosts Cedar Cliff today.
Montoursville 4, Midd-West 0
MIDDLEBURG - Lexi Marchioni scored barely two minutes into the game and added another late in the first to pace Montoursville in a 4-0 victory over Midd-West in Heartland Conference girls soccer Monday.
Mustangs coach Russ Goodling said despite the outcome he was pleased with improved play by his team compared to its last outing, noting Midd-West doubled its shot total.
"I told the girls the effort they put forward and how they played tonight was much better," he said. "(Montoursville is) very well-rounded and skilled from front to back."
Goodling also said Paige Kauffman did an excellent job in goal, stopping the majority of the 17 shots directed her way.
The JV game was a scoreless tie.
Midd-West (1-3, 0-2) travels to Danville Wednesday.
Halifax 3, Mifflin County 0
HALIFAX - The Mifflin County volleyball team put together a solid passing and serving game against Halifax Monday, but the Wildats still managed to blank the Huskies, 3-0, in the Tri-Valley League contest.
Mifflin County lost the first set 25-19, then fell 25-15 in the remaining two sets.
"Throughout the entire match, our serving and our passing were really consistent, and it kept the team competitive," Mifflin County coach Jill Zeger said, but she also thought Halifax had a stronger overall attack, and it gave the Wildcats the edge.
Kaitlyn Dreese led the team in digs with seven, while she also had four kills, nine assists and five service points. Teammates Jenna Snyder and Shania Teenie had five kills and five service points, respectively.
The JV team lost its contest, 2-0, going 25-12 both sets.
Mifflin County (0-4, 0-2 TVL) travels to Millersburg today.
Huntingdon 3, Mifflin County 1
MOUNT UNION - Difficulty with the passing game hurt the Mount Union volleyball team Monday, as a 3-1 loss to non-conference opponent Huntingdon put the Trojans' record at 2-1.
"Both teams struggled at different points with passing. We struggled a lot with passing. They outplayed us defensively," said Mount Union coach Tessa McCormick, who added that Huntingdon really took advantage of the chances the Trojans gave up with their poor passing.
Mount Union kept the first set close with a 25-23 loss and took the second one 25-18, but the next two went to Huntingdon as the Trojans could score no more than 16 in either stanza.
Kristin Miles and Liza Feagley both reached double digits in different statistics, as Miles finished with 17 kills and 12 service points, while Feagley contributed with 16 assists.
Mount Union (2-1) travels to Hollidaysburg today.
Mifflin County 4, Susquehanna Township 1
HARRISBURG - The Mifflin County girls tennis team came together for a win Monday, posting two singles wins and two doubles wins for the 4-1 victory over Mid-Penn opponent Susquehanna Township.
Kate Hugendubler had to fight through the most sets of any Husky, as a 6-2 win in the second set helped her tie the match at 1-1, then a 9-7 tiebreaker win in the third set sealed it for the local.
A sound win by Emily Hurlburt and solid work from the Jessa Wright-Kate Arnold and Joselyn Walters-Mackenzie Roush doubles teams propelled the Huskies to their third win of the season.
The Huskies (3-7, 3-6) travel to Central Mountain today.
Cumberland Valley 411, Mechanicsburg 416, Cedar Cliff 443, Northern 450, Mifflin County 451, Red Land 452, Carlisle 480
HARRISBURG - Northern, Mifflin County and Red Land all fought for a fourth-place finish at the Country Club of Harrisburg during a Mid-Penn Conference golf match Monday, but it was Northern (450) that came out with the spot as Mifflin County fell behind by one stroke (451) and Cedar Cliff finished with 452.
Commonwealth Division leader Cumberland Valley took first with a 411 while Mechanicsburg's Evan Brosious carded a 74 to medal.
Mifflin County's Nate Koller broke the top 10 with his team-leading 83, while Marc Auker was 14th overall with an 86.
The Huskies (9-21) travel to Northern today.
* Mifflin County 3, Hollidaysburg 0: Ross Cottrill, Thomas Remy and Ian Avedician all scored for the Huskies. Cottrill had two assists and Tanner Hepner one.