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Huskies excel at Trojan Duals

From staff reports

Wrestling

TROJAN DUALS

CHAMBERSBURG — The Mifflin County High School wrestling team kicked off its season at the Trojan Duals over the weekend, picking up victories over Chambersburg, York Suburban and New Oxford.

Mifflin County 39,

Chambersburg 27

The Huskies defeated the preseason Mid-Penn Commonwealth favorite in Chambersburg, 39-27. Mifflin County’s Nicholas Allison (106), Ethan Kauffman (145) and Brycen Hassinger (182) each picked up pins to propel the Huskies past the Trojans. Mifflin County’s Trey Kibe (170) earned a 7-1 decision over Chambersburg’s Carson Mello while Jacob Krepps squeaked out a 3-1 decision over Zach Evans at 195.

Mifflin County 43, New Oxford 25

Mifflin County defeated the Colonials on Saturday behind stellar efforts from by Trey Shoemaker (160), Blaine Davis (heavyweight), Allison, Kibe and Krepps who each won by fall to lift the Huskies to a 43-25 victory over New Oxford at Chambersburg High School.

Derek Burk (126), Ethan Kauffman (145), Jaxson Pupo (220) and Hunter Johnson (113) also picked up wins.

Mifflin County 58,

York Suburban 12

Mifflin County rolled to a dominant victory over York Suburban at the Trojan Duals in Chambersburg on Saturday, winning all but three weight classes on the way to the win.

The Huskies received stellar efforts by Johnson, Shoemaker, Krepps, Pupo and Allison who each won by fall. Kibe and Jacob Cunningham (152) picked up forfeits, while Burk won as Bryson Neidigh couldn’t continue due to injury.

The Huskies will be back in action on Dec. 13-14, when they head to the King of the Mountain tournament at Central Mountain High School.

Cedar Crest Duals

Mount Union 45, Lancaster Catholic 30

LEBANON — The Mount Union High School wrestling team opened the 2019 season at the Cedar Crest Duals, picking up a 45-30 victory over Lancaster Catholic on Saturday at Cedar Crest High School.

The Trojans earned their first victory of the season on Saturday, using seven wins by bonus points on their way to a 45-30 victory over Lancaster Catholic at the Cedar Crest Duals.

Mount Union’s Caden Chilcote (126) won by fall at the 1:51 mark over Lancaster Catholic’s Pierce Frailey, while Kevin Morehouse (132) won by fall over Evan Hart at the 1:54 mark. Jayce Reck (170) also won by fall at the 3:25 mark of the bout.

Mount Union’s Conner Seiber, Clayton Arnold, Jake Ryan, and Dalton Peck all won by forfeit.

LaSalle College 45, Mount Union 33

The Mount Union wrestling team fell to LaSalle College, 45-33 at the Cedar Crest Duals on Saturday.

The Trojans fell behind 22-6 and weren’t able to recover in the loss.

Mount Union won three-straight bouts by fall, as Bryce Beatty, Chilcote and Morehouse, giving the Trojans an 18-point swing. Six forfeit losses gave the advantage to LaSalle College.

Pittston 52, Mount Union 27

The Trojans fell to Pittston at the Cedar Crest Duals, 52-27 on Saturday at Cedar Crest High School.

Mount Union surrendered too many bonus points, swinging the match toward Pittston. The Trojans had to forfeit in six weight classes once again, creating too big of a hole to overcome.

Ryan, Arnold, Beatty and Chilcote each earned bonus points in the dual-meet loss.

The Trojans return to action on Tuesday night, when they host Bellwood-Antis at 6 p.m.

Girls Basketball

Mifflin County 60, Williamsport 47

HAZLETON– The Mifflin County girls basketball team redeemed itself from its season-opener, using stellar nights from Marissa Gingrich and Brianna Bodtorf to top Williamsport, 60-47 in the consolation game of the Hazleton Tip-Off Tournament.

Mifflin County unleashed a dominant third quarter to swing momentum. The Huskies led by as many as 17 points in the quarter.

“It was a nice bounce-back for us after a not so good night on night one,” Mifflin County coach Roger Herto said. “It’s a good Williamsport team and we really jumped on them in the third quarter. I liked the way that we responded. They pressed us for 32 minutes and our girls really handled it well.”

Bodtorf finished with 14 points and 16 rebounds, while Gingrich led the Huskies with 16 points. Kate Knable scored 12 points in the win.

The Huskies return to action on Tuesday night when they host Chambersburg at 7:30 p.m.

Mifflin County 60, Williamsport 47

MIFFLIN COUNTY

Marissa Gingrich 7 1-2 16, Brianna Bodtorf 4 6-6 14, Kate Knable 4 2-4 12, Emma Weaver 1 5-6 8, Hanna Rittenhouse 1 3-5 5, Emma Yeager 1 1-2 3, Lily Yoder 1 0-0 2. Totals: 19 18-25 60.

3-point goals: Knable 2, Gingrich, Weaver.

Did not score: Morgan Weston.

WILLIAMSPORT

Katelyn Wilson 8 1-2 21, Emily Pardee 2 1-2 5, Whitney Felix 2 0-0 5, Sophia Erb 2 0-1 4, Jessica Robinson 2 0-0 4, Enya Green-Pratt 1 1-2 3, Sarina Beiter 1 0-2 2, Aliya Jones 1 0-1 2, Kailee Helmrich 0 1-2 1, Samiyah Little 0 0-2 0.

3-point goals: Wilson 4, Felix.

Score by quarters:

Mifflin County 19-8-22-11 — 60

Williamsport 12-10-12-13 — 47

Juniata 50, Bellefonte 32

JUNIATA– The Juniata girls basketball team got off to a strong start and never looked back, defeating Bellefonte, 50-3,2 at Juniata High School on Saturday in a non-league contest.

The Indians received a game-high 14 points from MacKenzie Bennett and 13 from Olivia Clark as the Indians avenged a season-opening loss to Southern Huntingdon.

Mya Rush connected on three shots from deep to keep the Bellefonte offense at bay.

Juniata improves to 1-1. The Indians return to action on Tuesday at Halifax.

Juniata 50, Bellefonte 32

JUNIATA

MacKenzie Bennett 4 4-5 14, Olivia Clark 5 2-2 13, Mya Rush 3 0-0 9, Malin Kint 3 1-2 7, Rowe Shepps 3 0-0 6, Talon Walton 0 1-2 1, Annamae O’Brian 0 0-1 0. Totals: 19 8-12 50.

3-point goals: Rush 3, Bennett 2, Clark.

Did not score: Lorena Rivera, Liseth Montoya, Cora Musser, Mackenzi Beward.

BELLEFONTE

Mal Smith 4 0-2 9, Maddie Tice 3 0-0 7, Maddie Steiner 2 1-1 5, Mia Johnson 2 1-2 5, Sara DeHous 1 0-0 2, Taylor Kerr 1 0-0 2, Hana Lauck 1 0-0 2. Totals: 14 2-5 32.

3-point goals: Smith, Tice.

Did not score: Lily Gardner, Emalee Neff, Bella Corman

Score by quarters:

Juniata 15-9-15-11 — 50

Bellefonte 7-6-9-10 –32

East Juniata 46, Southern Huntingdon 34

COCOLAMUS — The East Juniata defense came through in the fourth quarter in its 46-34 victory over Southern Huntingdon in a non-league girls basketball game Saturday.

The Tigers came in the fourth quarter with just a two-point lead when the defense kept the Rockets grounded holding them to just three points in the quarter.

Alyssa Robinson led the Tigers with 18 points.

East Juniata (1-1) hosts Millersburg Tuesday.

East Juniata 46, Southern Huntingdon 34

EAST JUNIATA

Cypress Feltman 0 1-2 1, Amara Brubaker 0 0-1 0, Paris Feltman 3 1-2 7, Clarye Guyer 3 1-3 7, Thea Neimond 5 0-0 10, Isabel Naylor 0 1-2 1, Leah Sankey 0 2-2 2, Alyssa Robinson 8 1-2 18. Totals: 19 7-14 46.

3-point goals: Robinson.

SOUTHERN HUNTINGDON

Jenny Contrell 5 3-3 13, Carlee Leidy 1 0-2 2, Majerle North 10-0 2, Olivia Wilson 5 1-3 11, Saige McClure 1 0-0 3, Callie Galock 1 0-0 3. Totals: 14 4-8 34.

3-point goals: McClure, Galock.

Did not score: Alexis Buckley, Kirsten McMath, Mykie Gardner.

Score By Quarters

East Juniata 12-6-15-13 — 46

Southern Huntingdon 7-12-12-3 — 34

Susquenita 61, Greenwood 52

MILLERSTOWN — One big quarter of offense led Susquenita tpast Greenwood, 61-52 in the championship game of the Perry County girls’ basketball tournament Saturday.

“Great high school basketball game, Susquenita made the big runs when they needed to to,” Wildcats’ coach Jeff Deitz said. “It was a great atmosphere, every game needs a winner and a loser. Unfortunately we came out on the wrong side of this one. Our girls have lots to be proud of. We also have some things we need to clean up.”

The Wildcats had a 26-23 lead going into the second half when the Blackhawks struck, outscoring Greenwood 24-14 and never looked back.

Kenedy Stroup led the Wildcats with 27 points.

Greenwood (1-1) will look for payback as the Wildcats host Susquenita Tuesday.

Susquenita 61, Greenwood 52

GREENWOOD

Kenedy Stroup 8 11-14 27, Abby Taylor 0 2-4 2, Alli Crockett 5 2-2 12, Alli Walton 5 1-4 11. Totals: 18 16-24 52.

Did not score: Jordan Stroup, Mercedees McNaughton, Ella Brummer.

SUSQUENITA

Hannah Jacobo 0 1-2 1, Alana Boyer 5 3-7 15, Elizabeth Jones 3 0-2 6, Haily Sherman 8 12-15 29, Mariah Massie 2 0-0 4, Taylor Portzline 2 0-0 6. Totals: 20 16-26 61

3-point goals: Boyer 2, Sherman, Portzline 2.

Did not score: Samantha Wechsler, Laurel Stuempfle

Score By Quarters

Greenwood 16-10-14-12 — 52

Susquenita 13-10-24-14 — 61

Boys basketball

Midd-West 52, Line Mountain 34

SUNBURY — The Midd-West offense exploded in the second half in its 52-34 win over Line Mountain in the third place game of the Shikellamy boys basketball tournament Saturday.

The Mustangs outscored the Eagles 31-12 in the second half with Braedon Reid leading Midd-West with 18 points. Stefan Leitzel collected a double-double with 11 points and 12 rebounds.

Midd-West (1-1) hosts Northumberland Christian Tuesday.

Midd-West 52, Line Mountain 34

MIDD-WEST

Braedon Reid 6 3-7 18, Hunter Wolfley 0 0-2 0, Riley Lantz 1 2-2 4, Cordell Hostetler 1 0-0 3, Stefan Leitzel 3 5-7 11, Isaac Hummel 6 0-0 12, Carter Knepp 1 1-2 4. Totals: 18 11-20 52.

3-point goals: Reid 3, Hostetler, Knepp.

Did not score: Eli Swan, Griffen Paige, Owen Solomon, Chris Fisher.

LINE MOUNTAIN

Cameron Hunsberger 1 6-9 8, Caden Lahr 2 1-3 5, Tyler Bradley 6 4-10 17, Colton Smith 2 0-0 4. Totals: 11 11-22 34.

3-point goals: Bradley

Did not score: Rhett Klinger

Score By Quarters

Midd-West 9-12-19-12 — 52

Line Mountain 10-12-6-6 — 34

Greenwood 61, Delone Catholic 54

BOILING SPRINGS — Greenwood pulled ahead early and never looked back in its 61-54 victory over Delone Catholic in the third place boys’ basketball game of the Paul Corby Tournament on Saturday.

Tyler Sherman led the Wildcats with 16 points while Michael Strohm added another 15 on the scoreboard.

Greenwood (1-1) hosts Juniata Monday.

Greenwood 61, Delone Catholic 54

GREENWOOD

Avery Morder 2 2-5 6, Thomas Pyle 7 2-2 16, Tyler Sherman 1 6-8 8, Brennan Miller 1 5-7 7, Michael Strohm 5 5-8 15, Aaron Bollinger 3 3-5 9. Totals: 19 23-35 61.

Did not score: Steven Watts.

DELONE CATHOLIC

Gaba Lee 1 0-0 2, Colton Keller 3 2-2 8, Kevin Mowery 1 0-0 2, John Sherdel 1 0-0 3, Jake Sherdel 1 0-0 2, Corbyn Keller 4 7-8 15, Matt Kineman 8 5-7 22. Totals: 19 14-17 54.

3-point goals: John Sherdel, Kineman

Did not score: Sam Long

Score By Quarters

Greenwood 11-13-17-20 — 61

Delone Catholic 8-16-20-18 — 54

Southern Huntingdon 52, Juniata 46

THREE SPRINGS — Offensive struggles in the first quarter led to Southern Huntingdon’s 52-46 win over Juniata in the Southern Huntingdon tip-off tournament boys basketball consolation game Saturday.

Jacob Condo led the Indians with 12 points. Jace White had 10 points in the game.

Juniata (0-2) will look to get its first win of the season as the Indians travel to Greenwood Monday.

Southern Huntingdon 52, Juniata 46

JUNIATA

Jacob Condo 5 0-1 12, Yadiel Ortiz 1 0-0 3, Jamie Bailer 1 0-0 3, Jace White 4 2-4 10, Emmanuel O’Donell 5 0-0 10, Max Lauver 3 0-0 8. Totals: 19 2-5 46.

3-point goals: Condo 2, Ortiz, Bailer, Lauver 2.

SOUTHERN HUNTINGDON

Ryder Hileman 1 6-10 9, Nate Myers 1 0-1 2, Dawson Booher 4 0-0 11, Ethan Taylor 2 3-4 7, Lance Carbaugh 3 0-0 6, Riley Snyder 7 2-7 17. Totals: 18 11-21 52

3-point goals: Hileman, Booher 3, Snyder.

Did not score: Owen Winter, Austin Smith

Score By Quarters

Juniata 6-12-17-11 — 46

SOUTHERN HUNTINGDON 18-11-13-11 — 52

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