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Scholastic sports

Baublitz, Houtz win TVL?run

COVE — Garrett Baublitz was just seconds off the course record at Susquenita, leading the Juniata boys to their third straight win in the Tri-Valley League Invitational.

Paced by race winner Emily Houtz, the girls finished second as a team.

“The boys were ready to run on this very difficult and challenging course today,” Juniata coach Jeff Miller said. “Everyone on both the boys and girls teams ran personal best times for this course.”

Leading the ways for the boys was Baublitz with a time of 18:09, just 7 seconds off of the course record. Clay Yeager was second for the Indians, placing fifth overall. James Hazard was seventh, putting three runners over the line in the top 10.

Emily Houtz (24:02) and Sydney Houtz finished first and second, respectively.

“Emily ran a tough race up front taking the Tri-Valley title for the second year in a row,” Miller said.

The Indians will compete at Mifflin County on Oct. 17.

Tri-Valley League Invitational

Juniata

Boys

1, Garrett Baublitz, 18:09; 5, Clay Yeager, 20:18; 7, James Hazard, 20:26; 11, Micah Fausey, 21:09; 14, Brody Powell, 21:22

Girls

1, Emily Houtz, 24:02; 2, Sydney Houtz, 25:16; 22, Julia Burns, 33:43; 23, Katie Hart, 34:05; 24, Joceline Telfer, 39:44

Girls soccer

Juniata 2, Susquenita 0

COVE — Ashlyn Pannebaker and Nylah Pannebaker each scored goals as Juniata shut out Susquenita in a Tri-Valley League girls soccer game Wednesday.

The Blackhawks had opportunities — Juniata’s edge in shots was slight — but goalie Hailey Kepner kept the Indians in the game.

“We scored right away but didn’t play to our potential in the first half,” Juniata coach Laresa Paden said. “The second half we attacked space and possessed the ball so much better because we were a lot more active off the ball and did a better job at switching the field.”

Juniata hosts Halifax Saturday.

Juniata 2, Susquenita 0

First half

J–Ashlyn Pannebaker (Shreya Patel), 38:02

J–Nylah Pannebaker (Frances Fitzgerald), 32:25

Shots: J 16-14. Corners: S 5-4. Saves: J-11 (Hailey Kepner), S-11.

East Juniata 7, Line Mountain 0

COCOLAMUS — Thea Neimond and Kierstyn Fogle each scored twice to lead East Juniata past Line Mountain, 7-0, in a Tri-Valley League girls soccer game Wednesday.

All seven of the Tiger goals were solo goals. Five of them came in the first half.

East Juniata (16-0, 11-0) hosts Halifax today.

East Juniata 7, Line Mountain 0

First half

EJ–Leah Sankey, 6:54; EJ–Amara Brubaker, 9:39; EJ–Thea Neimond, 28:14; EJ–Cypress Feltman, 38:48; EJ–Neimond, 43:36

Second half

EJ–Kierstyn Fogle, 51:35; EJ–Fogle, 71:00

Shots: EJ 19-5. Corners: 5-0. Saves: EJ-5 (Brianna Henry), LM-12.

Boys soccer

Greenwood 3, Millersburg 0

MILLERSBURG — Grant Kauffman and Keegan Yeingst each had a goal and an assist for Greenwood in a 3-0 victory over Millersburg in Tri-Valley League boys soccer Wednesday.

Two of the three scores came after the break.

Greenwood (13-4, 11-2) finishes up the regular season today against Susquenita ahead of next week’s TVL playoffs.

Greenwood 3, Millersburg 0

First half

G–Glenn Rice [Grant Kauffman] 31:00

Second half

G–Grant Kauffman [Keegan Yeingst] 47:00; G–Keegan Yeingst [Clay Gothel] 50:00

Shots: G 7-4. Corners: G 6-0. Saves: G-4 (Bollinger); M-4 (Trawitz).

Lewisburg 4, Midd-West 2

MIDDLEBURG — Two second-half goals by Lewisburg gave the Green Dragons a 4-2 victory over Midd-West in a Heartland Conference boys soccer game Wednesday.

The JV game ended in a 1-1 tie.

Midd-West (14-2, 8-2) travels to Warrior Run Monday.

Lewisburg 4, Midd-West 2

First half

L–A. Bhangdia; MW– S.Leitzel (C.Knepp), 20:45; L–L. Moore, 28:12; MW–A. Steininger (N. Eppley), 30:58.

Second half

L–Bhangdia, 14:11; L–J. Koconis, 27:05

Shots: L 7-6. Corners: L 4-3. Saves: MW-3, L-4

East Juniata 11, Line Mountain 0

MANDATA — East Juniata dealt a crushing blow to Line Mountain, shutting out the Eagles 11-0 in Tri-Valley League boys soccer Wednesday.

Xavier Clement had a hat trick and Jacopo Ghirardi scored twice for the Tigers.

East Juniata travels to Juniata today.

Field hockey

Cumberland Valley 2, Mifflin County 0

MECHANICSBURG –Mifflin County’s field hock season came to an end with a loss, but the season was a positive with improvement from a year ago.

Cumberland Valley posted a 2-0 victory in the Mid-Penn Commonwealth game. Coletta Beeler had 16 saves.

The JV game also went to the home team, 1-0.

The Huskies end the regular season with a 10-8 record and will face State College in the District 6 championship game on Oct. 17 at Juniata College.

Greenwood 4, Line Mountain 0

MILLERSTOWN — Emma Rolston scored twice, both in the second half, as Greenwood blanked Line Mountain, 4-0, in Tri-Valley League field hockey Wednesday.

Greenwood 4, Line Mountain 0

First half

G–Ashlyn Taylor, 23:45; G–Cori Davis (Hailey Womer), 2:37.

Second half

G–Emma Rolston, 28:06; G–Rolston (Grace Lesh), 19:15.

Shots: G 21-4. Corners: G 12-4. Saves: LM-14 (Olivia Smeltz); G-3 (Kelsey Sheaffer).

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