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Huskies tally six falls in win

From staff reports

ENOLA — The Mifflin County wrestling team put together a dominant display in a 59-18 victory over East Pennsboro, picking up six falls in a non-conference dual meet on Wednesday night in Enola.

The Huskies began the meet with four consecutive falls, with Jacob Krepps (195), Hadyn Crum (220), Blaine Davis (285) and Nic Allison (106) gave the Huskies a 24-0 lead.

Trey Shoemaker (160) and Ethan Kauffman (138) also picked up falls.

Trey Kibe (170) won by forfeit while Derek Burk (120) picked up a 20-3 technical fall in the victory.

Mifflin County (10-0) will travel to compete in its third match in as many days when it faces Harrisburg today.

Mifflin County 59, East Pennsboro 18

195: Jacob Krepps (MCH) over Henry Hartpence-Campos (EPH) (Fall 4:46) 220: Hadyn Crum (MCH) over Derek Sipe (EPH) (Fall 1:29) 285: Blaine Davis (MCH) over Antonio Nicolardi (EPH) (Fall 0:55) 106: Nicholas Allison (MCH) over Major Lewis (EPH) (Fall 2:27) 113: Jayce Pierce (EPH) over (MCH) (For.) 120: Derek Burk (MCH) over Colby Stillions (EPH) (TF 20-3 3:40) 126: Noah Pritchard (EPH) over Lucas Sheetz (MCH) (Fall 2:25) 132: Kyler Everly (MCH) over Adam Jacob (EPH) (Dec 6-4) 138: Ethan Kauffman (MCH) over Donavan Dignazio (EPH) (Fall 0:57) 145: Logan Kramer (EPH) over Jacob Cunningham (MCH) (Fall 2:26) 152: Anson Wagner (MCH) over Malachi Harvey (EPH) (Dec 9-2) 160: Trey Shoemaker (MCH) over Jonah Bower (EPH) (Fall 1:22) 170: Trey Kibe (MCH) over (EPH) (For.) 182: Brycen Hassinger (MCH) over Evan Furlong (EPH) (Fall 1:28)

Girls basketball

Mifflin County 38,

Chambersburg 21

CHAMBERSBURG — The Mifflin County girls basketball team struggled offensively, but a dominant effort on the defensive end of the floored propelled the Huskies to a 38-21 Mid-Penn Commonwealth victory on Wednesday night.

“Really proud of the kids to get three wins in a row on the road,” Mifflin County coach Roger Herto said. “Three games in a row in as many days, as far as we had to travel, these kids have earned some rest.”

Kate Knable scored a game-high 17 points and Marissa Gingrich chipped in 11 points in the victory. No player for the Trojans scored more than six points.

“Tonight, we were very flat at times,” Herto said. “Offensively we looked like we were moving in quicksand at times. We were sharp on defense though and the outcome wasn’t really in question.”

The win was the third road-victory in as many days, as the Huskies improved to 6-6.

“For this team to get back to 6-6 with everything we have been through injury-wise and everything else I am really proud of them,” Herto said. “These three days were good, and we grew as a team. Off the floor they have really bonded and hopefully these final 10 games, we can put ourselves in position to think about the postseason.”

Mifflin County 38, Chambersburg 21

MIFFLIN COUNTY

Kate Knable 5 4-4 17, Marissa Gingrich 3 2-2 11, Brianna Bodtorf 3 1-1 7, Hanna Rittenhouse 1 1-2 3. Totals: 12 8-9 38.

3-point goals: Gingrich 3, Knable 3.

Did not score: Morgan Weston, Emma Yeager.

CHAMBERSBURG

Madi Flythe 2 0-0 6, Sydni Byers 2 1-2 5, Breja Clopper 1 3-3 5, Sydney Schmus 1 0-0 3, Keke Walker 2-2 2. Totals: 6 6-9 21.

3-point goals: Flythe 2, Schmus.

Did not score: Erin Pattillo, Anna Stonesifer, Kylie Miller, Rasalyn Diehl.

Score by quarters:

Mifflin County 10-11-10-7 — 38

Chambersburg 5-2-8-6 — 21

East Juniata 37, Forbes Road 26

WATERFALL — A dominant third quarter and a terrific night behind the arc for Clarye Guyer gave East Juniata a 37-26 victory in a non-league girls basketball contest on Wednesday night at Forbes Road.

Guyer hit all five of East Juniata’s 3-pointers in the win, including three in the 16-point third quarter for the Tigers. She finished with a game-high 19 points.

The Tigers travel to Millersburg on Friday.

East Juniata 37, Forbes Road 26

EAST JUNIATA

Clarye Guyer 6 2-8 19, Cypress Feltman 1 6-10 8, Thea Neimond 2 1-4 5, Paris Feltman 0 2-2 2, Alyssa Robinson 1 0-0 2, Leah Sankey 0 1-3 1. Totals: 10 12-27 37.

3-point goals: Guyer 5.

Did not score: None.

FORBES ROAD

Q. McMath 4 1-3 9, P. Kendall 3 0-0 7, H. Skiles 2 0-0 5, M. Strait 1 2-3 4, M. Hays 0 1-2 1. Totals: 10 4-8 26.

3-point goals: Skiles, Kendall.

Did not score:E. Geluin.

Score by quarters:

East Juniata 3-8-16-10 — 37

Forbes Road 5-10-3-8 — 26

Warrior Run 67, Juniata 44

MIFFLINTOWN — The Juniata girls basketball team couldn’t survive a strong night from behind the arc and a 23-of-27 shooting night at the foul line by Warrior Run in a 67-44 loss to the Defenders on Wednesday night.

Juniata ran into foul trouble with Mackenzie Bennett and Olivia Clark each registering four fouls while Mya Rush fouled out.

The Indians were led by Bennett and Clark, who combined for 21 points in the loss.

Juniata hosts Halifax today.

Warrior Run 67, Juniata 44

WARRIOR RUN

Sydney Hoffman 6 6-6 20, Emily Mckee 4 9-12 17, Gracy Beachel 5 2-2 15, Jordan Hartman 1 2-2 5, Marissa Pick 0 2-2 2, Katie Watkins 1 0-1 2, Lauren Watson 1 0-0 2, Alayna Wilkins 0 2-2 2, Holly Hollenbach 1 0-0 2. Totals: 19 23-27 67.

3-point goals: Beachel 3, Hoffman 2, Hartman.

Did not score: Leah Grow.

JUNIATA

Mackenzie Bennett 3 2-4 11, Olivia Clark 1 8-10 10, Mya Rush 2 3-4 8, Talon Walton 4 0-2 8, Malin Kint 2 2-4 6, Rowe Shepps 0 1-4 1. Totals: 12 16-28 44.

3-point goals: Bennett, Rush.

Score by quarters:

Warrior Run 10-14-21-22 — 67

Juniata 10-12-10-12 — 44

Boys basketball

Milton 54, Midd-West 48

MILTON — The Midd-West boys basketball team’s comeback effort came up short in a 54-48 loss to Milton in a PHAC boys basketball contest on Wednesday night.

The Mustangs trailed 44-33 after three quarters and unleashed their best quarter of the night with a 15-point effort, but it ultimately wasn’t enough to overcome a six-point third quarter.

Midd-West was led by Braedon Reid, who scored 16 points, while Isaac Hummel added 15 points. Carter Knepp led Midd-West with 10 rebounds and five assists.

The Mustangs fell to 4-8 overall, and 0-6 in the PHAC.

Midd-West returns to action today at Millville.

MILTON

Colton Loreman 7 0-1 18, Ceaser Allen 3 4-6 11, Kyle Wagner 3 0-0 8, Kenley Caputo 2 0-2 6, Luke De Long 2 1-2 6, Xavier Minium 1 1-4 3, Eric Baker 1 0-2 2. Totals: 19 6-17 54.

3-point goals: Loreman 4, Wagner 2, Caputo 2, De Long, Allen.

Did not score: Ethan Rowe, Dylan Birdsong, Carter Lily.

MIDD-WEST

Braedon Reid 5 3-5 16, Isaac Hummel 7 1-3 15, Carter Knepp 2 2-2 6, Griffen Paige 1 2-2 5, Andrew Oldt 2 0-0 4, Hunter Wolfley 1 0-0 2. Totals: 18 8-12 48.

3-point goals: Reid 3, Paige.

Did not score: Cordell Hostetler, Easton Erb.

Score by quarters:

Milton 17-14-13-10 — 54

Midd-West 12-15-6-15 — 48

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