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Shade, Ream lead MC to 2-1 win

Scholastic Sports

LEWISTOWN–The Mifflin County boys soccer team picked up a win against Central Dauphin East by a final score of 2-1.

Trent Shade and Gavin Ream each scored for the Huskies and goalkeeper Conner Zimmerman recorded 18 saves.

The Huskies return to action on Tuesday when they host Waynesboro at 4 p.m.

Girls soccer

Mifflin County 8, CD East 3

HARRISBURG–Aubrey Strohecker scored three goals for the Huskies as they poured it on against Central Dauphin East,winning the game 8-3.

Joining in on the offense explosion were Brynn Knepp and Bryn Kanagy who each scored twice for the Huskies. Lily Yoder also scored for Mifflin County.

Mifflin County next plays on Monday when they take on Altoona.

Mifflin County 8, CD East 3

MC 4 4–8

CDE 1 2–3

Goals: MC–Aubrey Strohecker 3, Brynn Knepp 2, Bryn Kanagy 2, Lily Yoder; CDE–Kristina Kelchner, Nancy Le, Emily Calama. Assists: MC–Strohecker 2, Knepp 2, Sarah Henry, Morgan Breon. Shots: MC 23-5. Corners: MC 5-2. Saves: CDE-15 (Kayla Proch), MC-2 (Bailey McNitt).

Midd-West 6, Mt. Carmel 2

MT. CARMEL – It was the Rylee Shawver show in Midd-West’s 6-2 win over Mt. Carmel in a PHAC girls soccer game Thursday.

Out of the six goals scored in the game, the Mustangs had five of them with an assist. Shawver collected four goals in the game.

Midd-West (7-7) hosts Warrior Run on Monday night at 7.

Midd-West 6, Mt. Carmel 2

MW 4 2-6

MC 0 2-2

Goals: MW-Rylee Shawver 4, Becca Yount, Arianna Rich; MC-Rachel Witkoski, Mia Chapman. Assists: MW-Rachel Keister, Rich, Ava Gemberling, Chloe Sauer, Lily Shutt. Shots: MW 17-8. Corners: 3-3. Saves: MW-4 (Leah Ferster, Rylee Weaver), MC-11 (Karli Madison).

Juniata Christian 2, Mifflin County Christian 1

McCLURE–Two second-half goals by Peyton Burd sparked a comeback for Juniata Christian in their 2-1 win over Mifflin County Christian on Thursday.

Burd tied up the game ten minutes into the second half and netted the game-winner with just 5:16 left in the game.

Coach Todd Taylor was impressed with the offensive turnaround in the second half.

“We could not finish our scoring chances in the first half, but we played a much better second half offensively,” Taylor said. “We had most of the possession in both halves and played pretty well on defense.”

Juniata Christian (7-6-1 overall) finishes the regular season today against Columbia County Christian.

Juniata Christian 2, Mifflin County Christian 1

JCS 0 2–2

MCCA 1 0–1

Goals: JCS–Peyton Burd 2; MCCA–Paiton Fultz. Shots: JCS16-4. Corners: JCS 7-0. Saves: MCCA-14 (Ellie Bollinger), JCS-3 (Morgan Moyer).

Susquenita 3, Juniata 0

MIFFLINBURG–The Juniata Indians were blanked by Susquenita in a 3-0 loss at Dietrick Field on Thursday night.

While the Indians struggled on offense, Susquenita’s Samantha Wechsler scored all three goals in the game.

Katey Martin fired off a team-leading three shots but couldn’t find the back of the net.

Susquenita 3, Juniata 0

S 2 1–3

J 0 0–0

Goals: S–Samantha Wechsler 3. Shots: S 17-9. Corners: J 7-1. Saves: J-12, S-10.

Boys soccer

East Juniata 1, Halifax 0

HALIFAX–Cade Brubaker scored in the first half, and it proved to be all the East Juniata Tigers needed in their 1-0 win over Halifax on Thursday.

Brubaker gathered a rebound, off of a shot by Jayden Martin, and fired it into the top, far corner.

Coach CoryFronk was especially pleased with the way his defense played in the shutout.

“I felt our defensive effort was solid, with very few breakdowns tonight. Most of the time they stepped up and won 50/50 balls and marked well,” Fronk said.

Fronk also mentioned that he expects his offense to step up, citing missed opportunities as a big focal point moving forward.

“Our possession and buildup to scoring opportunities was decent, however we will definitely have to increase the percentage of scoring chances we convert, “ Fronk said. “Our statistician had us with 20 shots. That’s a lot of missed opportunities, but fortunately you only have to win by one goal.”

Cross Country

Boys: Carlisle 20, Mifflin County 35. Cumberland Valley 23, Mifflin County 34.

Girls: Carlisle 21, Mifflin County 40. Cumberland Valley 21, Mifflin County 40.

REEDSVILLE–The Mifflin County boys and girls cross country both fell to Carlisle and Cumberland Valley in their tri-meet on Thursday.

Brayden Harris cruised to the best time in the meet, clocking in at 16:30. Fellow Husky Chris Royer finished ninth, with a time of 17:55.

“It was good to get back racing after a two-week hiatus,” coach Greg Loht said. “I thought overall, we had a little bit of rust. Harris and Royer ran pretty well.”

For the girls, Kylee Cubbison finished with the best time, coming in at 19:43. Addie Parsons took tenth overall, finishing with a time of 21:21.

“This was a hard meet, if for no other reason than we haven’t really started the season, but the season ends in two weeks,” coach Jenn Freed said. “It’s hard mentally to get our head wrapped around (it).”

Mifflin County next runs Tuesday at Hollidaysburg at 4:30 p.m.

Boys: Carlisle 20, Mifflin County 35. Cumberland Valley 23, Mifflin County 34.

1. Brayden Harris, 16:30. 9. Chris Royer, 17:55. 13. Cameron Steinbach, 18:30. 15. Caden Bell, 18:41. 16. Ben Hartzler, 18:59. 17. C.J. Coffey 18:59.

Girls: Carlisle 21, Mifflin County 40. Cumberland Valley 21, Mifflin County 40.

1. Kylee Cubbison, 19:43. 10. Addie Parsons, 21:21. 16. Ava Harris, 23:24. 20. Justice Sheaffer, 25:18. 21. Preslee Steinbach, 27:59.

Volleyball

Juniata 3, Sugar Valley 1

MIFFLINTOWN – After dropping the first set, Juniata muscled its way to three straight defeating Sugar Valley by the final score of 3-1 in volleyball action on Thursday evening.

The Indians through their defense as they as a team collected a total of 41 digs with Imaris Mercado leading the way 16 digs. Katie Miller had five digs along with five kills in the game.

Juniata travels to Williamsport on Saturday.

Juniata 3, Sugar Valley 1

Scores: 18-25, 25-16, 25-21, 25-14

Upper Dauphin 3, East Juniata 0

ELIZABETHVILLE – East Juniata fell to Upper Dauphin in straights in a Tri-Valley League volleyball game on Thursday.

Angelica Ybarra led the Tigers with four kills, two digs, an ace, a block and a assist. Paige Ritzman had five digs.

East Juniata hosts St. Joe’s today.

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