FLINTON - Glendale had no answer to Mount Union's offensive onslaught Wednesday as the Trojans cruised through their final regular season game with a 94-54 rout over the Inter-County Conference opponent.
"It started with Klayton (Heffner) hitting his threes, and our defense was really good tonight. We rebounded really well and ran the floor," Mount Union coach Joe Komir said.
Heffner had five total 3-pointers, four of which came in the first half, en rout to his 21-point performance. Teammate Kole House also hit five treys - four of his came in the second half - for 21 as well.
B.J. Loner (18), Kole House (17) and Trevon Walker (14) also reached double figure scoring.
Keiton Pollock had 13 points to lead Mount Union to its 33-22 JV win.
The Trojans (13-9, 10-4) finished second overall in the ICC, and will play Central on Tuesday at Hollidaysburg to begin the District 6 tournament.
Juniata 61, Carson Long 44
MIFFLINTOWN - Juniata got some clutch steals in the fourth quarter Wednesday, and it played a large role the 61-44 boys basketball win over Carson Long.
"This was a good win for us. It got the team a winning season, they were 11-10 for the year," Juniata coach Al Ream said.
The Indians collected 25 points in the fourth quarter to put the game away after entering the stanza with a 36-32 lead.
Tyler Clark and Justin Mingle tied for a team-high 17 points. Fifteen of Clark's points came from beyond the arc, while Mingle connected on two 3-pointers.
In JV action, Juniata won 46-40.
The Indians (11-10) will enter the District 6 tournament Monday when they face Blairsville at Altoona.
Greenwood 54, Line Mountain 32
HERNDON - A hot shooting effort from beyond the arc in the third quarter lifted Greenwood to a 54-32 win to conclude its Tri-Valley League slate.
The Wildcats made six of the their eight threes in the 26-point period to pull away from the Eagles.
"That's pretty much what they were giving us," Greenwood coach Kent Houser said of the three-point shooting. "We did a good job of looking for it in the third period though."
Adam Harrison led the way for Greenwood with a game-high 16 points, including two threes.
Greenwood also took the junior varsity game 39-20.
Greenwood (17-5, 13-3), the Tri-Valley League's regular season runner-up, will begin its District 3-Class A playoffs next Friday at home against the winner of a game between Lancaster County Christian and Harrisburg Christian.
Mifflinburg 50, Midd-West 36
MIDDLEBURG - Mifflinburg lit up the scoreboard from outside the arc, hitting seven total treys, and it was too much for Midd-West to handle Wednesday in the 50-36 loss.
"They hit some shots. I have to give them credit," Midd-West coach Aaron Ettinger said of the Heartland Conference opponent.
Midd-West got the most offensive support from Zach Schrader, who had a team-high 12 points.
In JV action, Midd-West fell 54-40.
The Mustangs get back in action Friday when they host Selinsgrove.
Mount Union 69, Glendale 41
MOUNT UNION - Ashley Foor scored 16 points and made three 3-pointers for Mount Union as they disposed of Glendale 69-41 in an Inter-County Conference girls basketball game Wednesday night.
Tynita White scored a game-high 17 points for the Trojans as they finished the regular season on a winning note.
Mount Union outscored Glendale 20-5 in the first quarter and also came out strong in the second half, outpacing the Vikings 27-8 in the third quarter.
"We came out and we played well," Mount Union coach Jenny Cunningham said. "We played better defense. It was a good end of the season game."
The Trojans (12-10) have concluded the regular season and begin the District 6 playoffs on Tuesday night when they take on Bellewood-Antis at Hollidaysburg Junior High School Tuesday night at 6 p.m.
* Mifflin County 71, Hollidaysburg 34. Winners included Christian Fisher, Clayton Wolfgang, John Rutherford, Keith Shearer, Louden McClay, Logan Wise, Jonah Kile, Hunter Michaels, Trent Hidlay, Drayson Sullivan, Scout Kyper, Isaac McClay. Mifflin County is now 16-2.