Meadowbrook spoils Thunder opener in OT

BELLEVILLE — Belleville Mennonite struggled to close out allowing Meadowbrook Christian to force overtime and in overtime Meadowbrook’s Dillon Stokes scored for a 3-2 victory for the Lions Friday in Belleville Mennonite’s season-opening tournament.

“I thought we played within ourselves,” Thunder coach Brian Renno said. “We had opportunities to close but, just haven’t been able to take advantage of it.”

After a scoreless first half, David Yoder scored first for the Thunder with an assist from Jared Flood. Stokes answered to tie the game up. Belleville Mennonite responded as Jeb Wagner found Rhiley Parks for a 2-1 lThunder ead.

Stokes was able to tie it up with 11 minutes remaining and launched the ball to the back of the net with 1:21 left in overtime for the win.

Belleville Mennonite (0-1) hosts Penns Valley today.

Meadowbrook Christian 3, Belleville Mennonite 2 (OT)

Second half

BMS — David Yoder(Jared Flood), 30:36; M — Dillon Stokes, 29:45; BMS — Rhiley Parks (Jeb Wagner), 19:00; M — Stokes, 11:00.


M — Stokes, 1:21.

Shots: M 9-5. Corners: M 5-2. Saves: BMS-6 (Frankie Pannizzo), M-3 (Peace).

Boys soccer

Juniata Mennonite 9, Great Commission 1

MCALISTERVILLE — An offensive juggernaut led by Lance Brubaker carried Juniata Mennonite to a 9-1 win over Great Commission in a boys soccer game Friday.

“It was a big turn around from yesterday,” Lions coach Dave Portzline said. “They answered from what we asked of them, they shot a lot better.”

The Lions scored six goals in the first half with Brubaker getting a hat trick. Brubaker had four goals for the game while Jhon Matthews scored two goals and had two assists.

Juniata Mennonite (2-0) hosts Northumberland Christian on Tuesday.

Juniata Mennonite 9, Great Commission 1

First half

JMS — Lance Brubaker (Anson Portzline), 32:34; JMS — Brubaker, 24:43; JMS — Joel Kell (Jhon Matthews), 19:31; JMS — Matthews, 15:52; JMS — Brubaker, 15:03; JMS — Trey Tusing, 4:34.

Second half

JMS — Micah Reinford (Brubaker), 38:50; JMS — Brubaker (Matthews), 16:30; JMS — Matthews(Josiah Courtney), 13:20; GC — Josh Stewart(Jackson Mauk), 29:30.

Shots: JMS 22-4. Corners: JMS 2-1. Saves: JMS-3 (Tusing, Jorge Florez De Valgaz, Aaron Reinford); GC-12 (Owen Hildebrand).

Girls soccer

Juniata Mennonite 5, Great Commission 0

McALISTERVILLE — An Anna Taylor hat trick powered Juniata Mennonite to a 5-0 win over Great Commission in an ACAA interdivisional girls soccer game Friday.

Taylor, who started the game in the midfield, rose to the top when she was stationed there, scoring three times and getting an assist on another of the Lions’ first four goals.

“I think we’re a little sluggish,” Juniata Mennonite coach Tod . “We had a game last night. We were moving the ball well, we just couldn’t score.

The Lions (2-0) host Northumberland Christian Tuesday.

Juniata Mennonite 5, Great Commission 0

First half

J–Anna Taylor (Annika Martin), 6:40; J– Taylor (Halle Brown), 1:07.

Second half

J–Maribeth Arnold (Taylor), 27:46; J–Taylor (Arnold), 26:01; J–Grace Sheaffer (Olivia Esterline), 11:39.

Shots: J 21-1. Corners: J 5-0. Saves: JMS-1 (Rachael Delancey), G-16 (Sami Lona).


Hollidaysburg 5,

Mifflin County 0

LEWISTOWN — Mifflin County failed to win a single game in its 5-0 loss to Hollidaysburg in a non-league tennis match on Friday.

Mifflin County (0-6) hosts Cedar Cliff on Tuesday.

Hollidaysburg 5, Mifflin County 0


Jan-ee Delerme, H, def. Amanda Foltz, 6-0, 6-0

Payton Ruggery, H, def., Alexis Maxwell, 6-0, 6-0

Paige Jodon, H, def. Sydney Kyle, 6-0, 6-0


Alycia Auerbach-Samantha Betar, H, def. Olivia Kahley-Sky Curry, 6-0, 6-0

Jenna Sheetz-Abigail Goodman, H, def, Kylie Rishel-Jaylynn Yoder, 6-0, 6-0