MIDDLEBURG - Midd-West played Danville to a 1-1 tie in a Heartland Athletic Conference field hockey game on Wednesday.
Midd-West got one of its 25 shots past the Danville goalkeeper when Alexus Steininger scored with less than a minute left in the first half.
Danville answered early on in the second half and no one was able to score the rest of the way.
"We have to give credit to the Danville goalie," Midd-West coach Mandi Romig said. "She made a lot of great saves even in 1-vs.-1 opportunities."
Midd-West will host Milton on Thursday at 7 p.m.
East Juniata 12, York Country Day 1
COCOLAMUS - Liz McClure scored twice for East Juniata as it clobbered York Country Day 12-1 on Wednesday in a nonleague field hockey game.
McClure had two of the Tigers' nine first-half goals in a game where they registered 40 shots on goal.
The Tigers improve to 8-3-1 on the season and remain 4-1-1 in the Tri-Valley League.
They will return to TVL play on Saturday when they travel to Lancaster Country Day at 1 p.m.
Danville 3, Midd-West 1
DANVILLE - Midd-West fell 3-1 to Danville on Wednesday in a Heartland Athletic Conference boys soccer game.
Midd-West scored first when Ty Ross' pass found Tyler Arbogast's foot and Arbogast got one past the Danville goalkeeper Jon Hauck.
The Mustangs allowed three Danville goals the remainder of the contest, including two by Gage Reber.
"Today was one of those games that you'd just like to forget about," Midd-West coach Chris Sauer said. "If we want to reach our potential we need to get mentally tougher."
The Huskies fell to 8-5 on the season and 6-3 in their conference.
They will take the field Saturday at 6:30 p.m. when they host Williamsport.
Mechanicsburg 5, East Juniata 2
MECHANICSBURG - East Juniata dropped a nonleague boys soccer game to Mechanicsburg 5-2 on Wednesday.
Mechanicsburg got five goals from five different players as it knocked off the Tigers.
East Juniata scored twice in the second half, but it wasn't enough.
The Tigers fall to 7-3-3 on the season and will take the field today at 7 p.m. when they visit Millersburg.
Boys: Altoona 19, Mifflin County 43
Girls: Mifflin County 28, Altoona 29
ALTOONA - The Mifflin County girls defeated Altoona 28-29 in a nonleague cross country race at Altoona on Wednesday.
The Mifflin County boys lost in a 19-43 contest.
Maggie Wilson led the girls team with a time of 21:16 that featured four girls in the top six.
Wilson was followed closely by Amanda Hassinger (21:25), who came in third and Makenna Pollock who crossed the line in fifth (22:05).
"They ran a really nice race," Mifflin County coach Greg Loht said. "The girls ran great up front. We ran well enough up front to pull out the victory."
Darrian Knudsen had the best time for the boys as his 17:12 put him second overall.
This race marked the end of the regular season for the Huskies.
9th-grade football: Central Dauphin 28, MIfflin County 6. Touchdown by Aaron Smith.
8th-grade football: Mifflin County 21, Chambersburg 20. All TDs by Trent Hidlay. Other scoring included and extra point kicked by Wagner and a 2-point conversion from Hidlay to Cade Shoemaker.