From staff reports
FLINTON - Hey Vikings: You got served.
That's what Mount Union's volleyball team must have been thinking after four players were in double digits in service points in a 3-0 sweep by the Trojans in Tuesday's Inter-County Conference match.
Glendale scored just 25 points all night.
"We had a massive amount of points from the service line," Mount Union coach Tessa McCormick said.
The high-scoring quartet was led by Reegan McCaulley, who had 16 off the bench. Joining her were Brittany Brumbaugh (15), Ashley Foor (12) and Liza Feagley (10). And there was strong play at the net, where Kristen Miles had 16 kills and four blocks.
"Obviously our serving had a lot to do with it as well," McCormick said. "Whenever we had to make a play definitely it went to Kristen."
Mount Union's JV also won, 2-0 (25-8, 25-12).
The Trojans (10-6, 8-3) host West Branch Thursday.
East Juniata 8,
Belleville Mennonite 0
COCOLAMUS - Steph Dressler scored four goals and East Juniata took care of Belleville Mennonite 8-0 on the Tigers' senior night in a non-league field hockey game.
"We played well tonight," East Juniata coach Billie Haynes said. "It was senior night, so we started all 10 seniors. They did a fine job of playing together."
Dressler carried the scoring load again for the Tigers, registering two goals in each half.
"We had plenty of shots and opportunities and we took full advantage of them," Haynes said. "It was a great last home game."
Belleville Mennonite is done for the year at 5-9.
"Considering the teams we played this year, I think that's a good record," Thunder coach Morgan Foote said. "We have four seniors leaving. We're definitely going to miss all of them."
East Juniata finishes the regular season at 13-3-1. The Tigers have a pre-districts date with Greenwood at 4:30 p.m. Thursday in Newport where the two will decide the Tri-Valley League title.
Lewisburg 2, Midd-West 0
MIDDLEBURG - Midd-West fell to Lewisburg 2-0 on Tuesday in a Heartland Athletic Conference field hockey game.
Kaitlin Schell made 15 saves, but it wasn't enough for the Mustangs, as they couldn't get the offense going.
Midd-West will take the field next on Thursday in its season finale at Mifflinburg at 4:15 p.m.
Chambersburg 3, Mifflin County 0
LEWISTOWN - Mifflin County fell 3-0 to Chambersburg in a Midd-Penn Commonwealth volleyball game.
Kaitlyn Dreese had seven digs and five assists, contributing to the Huskies improved passing as they found their groove in the second set.
"We passed a lot better, which creates a good flow," Mifflin County coach Jill Zeger said. "We played as one team instead of six indivduals. They did a nice job in that second set."
Mifflin County will be in action next on Thursday at 7 p.m. when it hosts Red Land.
Lancaster Country Day 1, Greenwood 0
LANCASTER - While Juniata was opening the door for Greenwood to stake a claim on the Tri-Valley League boys soccer title, Lancaster Country Day was closing it.
The Indians' win over league leader East Juniata meant there was a chance for the Wildcats to contend, but their 1-0 loss to the Cougars in Lancaster all but cinched East Juniata as the winner. Greenwood coach Tom Magill said he was frustrated not over the loss, but because his team could have won.
"We had everything but putting it in the goal. We squandered some good chances," he said.
The Lancaster defense was strong, he admitted, and the 'Cats always seemed to have the ball in the wrong place.
Greenwood (12-3-2, 9-2-2) finishes the regular season at Juniata Thursday.
Mifflin County Christian 5, Centre County Christian 0
SHINDLE - Luke Todd had a goal and three assists as Mifflin County Christian Academy defeated Centre County Christian 5-0 in a boys soccer game Tuesday.
It was a tale of two halves for the Eagles as they were able to cash in on their second-half opportunities.
"We played a little flat and hesitant in the first half. Although we had opportunities, we just didn't put the ball in the net," Eagles coach Craig Todd said. "(We) turned it up a little in the second half and started playing a little sharper."
The Eagles improve to 5-2-1 on the season and will host Emmanuel Baptist Thursday.
Belleville Mennonite 10, Carson Long 1
NEW BLOOMFIELD - Andrew Miller and Austin Byler teamed up for a hat trick and Miller added three assists - two of those on Noah Anders goals - as Belleville Mennonite finished the regular season with a 10-1 win over Carson Long in boys soccer Tuesday.
"I wanted to play well, and play well the whole 80 minutes," Thunder coach Brian Renno said.
He got his wish, and a lot of teamwork, too.
"That's what we're kind of striving for. They should look for one another and be unselfish," Renno said.
The final goal, a penalty kick, was taken by senior keeper Sammy Kauffman, which he converted for his first career goal.
Belleville Mennonite (11-4-1) awaits the District 6 Class A bracket for its next game.
Central Dauphin 5, Mifflin County 0
LEWISTOWN - Mifflin County fell by a 5-0 final to Central Dauphin in Mid-Penn Commonwealth conference boys soccer game.
Mifflin County Christian 3, Centre County Christian 2
SHINDLE - Tori Moon's goal in the 62nd minute was the difference for Mifflin County Christian, as the Eagles defeated Centre County Christian 3-2 in a girls soccer game Tuesday.
Mifflin County Christian overcame a 2-1 halftime deficit, scoring twice in the second half on Erin Rose's 60th minute goal and Moon's game-winner.
"Our girls kind of weathered the storm and became a little more aggressive in the second half," Eagles coach Craig Todd said. "We also had several opportunities in the second half as we played a little more aggressive."
Senior Julee Hoffman scored the first goal of the game in the seventh minute to stake the Eagles to an early lead.
"We have two senior girls, Julee Hoffman and Krista Groff, who played solid games and led the way in their last away game of the season," Todd said.
Mifflin County Christian improves to 4-1. The Eagles host Calvary of Huntingdon Monday.
Williamsport 1 Midd-West 0 (2OT)
WILLIAMSPORT - The Millionaires had only four wins all season going into Tuesday's Heartland Conference girls soccer game with Midd-West.
The Mustangs needed to win their last three for a playoff berth.
It didn't happen - Williamsport scored the lone goal of the game in the 95th minute of play, a double-overtime win that made Midd-West (6-9-1) playoff ineligible. Midd-West still has two more games; the Mustangs host Shikellamy Thursday.
Mifflin County 0, Hollidaysburg 0.