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Huskies fall in girls tennis, JCS impresses in girls soccer

Scholastic Sports

From staff reports

LEWISTOWN — The Mifflin County girls tennis team fell to State College, 5-0, on Monday afternoon at the Mifflin County Tennis Center.

The Huskies Aja Binder fell 6-1, 6-1 in No. 3 Singles, while Olivia Kahley fell, 6-0, 6-1 in No. 1 singles. Izzy Wagner dropped the other singles match, 6-0,6-0.

In doubles action, the Huskies No. 1 doubles team of Lilly Riden and Ella Knepp fell 6-0, 6-0, while Kate Riden and Melanie Liang fel, 6-1, 6-0.

The Huskies will return to action on Wednesday, when they travel to Northern York at 4 p.m.

State College 5, Mifflin County 0

Singles

Quiana Guo def. Olivia Kahley, 6-0, 6-1

Kelly Steel def. Izzy Wagner, 6-0, 6-0

Madeline Miller def. Aja Binder, 6-1, 6-1

Doubles

Emily Zhang/Allison Norloff def. Lilly Riden/Ella Knepp 6-0, 6-0

Marissa Xu/Jordan Dye def. Kate Riden, Melanie Liang, 6-0, 6-1

Girls soccer

Juniata Christian 10,

Columbia Co. Christian 0

BLOOMSBURG — Goals came early and often for Juniata Christian on Monday afternoon as the Lions made short work of Columbia County Christian, coming away with a 10-0 victory in an Allegheny Christian Athletic Association girls soccer contest.

Juniata Christian’s Annika Martin scored four times, Peyton Burd and Erin Sheaffer scored twice and Reanna Hoover and Reagan Burd each added goals in the Lions’ win. Peyton Burd also had four assists.

“We played a very complete game tonight,” Juniata Christian coach Todd Taylor said. “We moved the ball well in the midfield and up front and were able to create and convert a lot of scoring opportunities. Our defense played very well and didn’t give them too many chances to score.”

The Lions (2-2, 2-1 ACAA East) host Belleville Mennonite today.

Juniata Christian 10, Columbia County Christian 0

JCS 3 7 — 10

CCC 0 0 — 0

Goals: Annika Martin 4, Peyton Burd 2, Erin Sheaffer 2, Reanna Hoover, Reagan Burd (JCS). Assists: Peyton Burd 4, Renee Moyer, Reanna Hoover, Lydia Goodling (JCS). Shots: 15-4, JCS. Corners: 5-3, JCS. Saves: Morgan Moyer/Rachel Zeiders 4 (JCS); Ashleigh Boudman 5 (CCC).

East Juniata 7, Halifax 0

HALIFAX — The East Juniata offense received goals from six different players on the way to a 7-0 victory over Halifax on Monday in a Tri-Valley League girls soccer contest.

Jazlynn Sheaffer scored two goals while Marissa Coudriet, Cypress Feltman, Macy Buskey, Haley Hoffman and Andrea Maneval also scored in the Tigers’ victory.

East Juniata picked up a big 31-6 edge in shots and had seven corners without surrendering a corner.

The Tigers (1-4) return to action on Saturday when they travel to face cross-county rival Juniata.

East Juniata 7, Halifax 0

EJ 2 5 — 7

H 0 0 — 0

Goals: Jazlynn Sheaffer 2, Marissa Coudriet, Cypress Feltman, Macy Buskey, Haley Hoffman, Andrea Maneval (EJ). Shots: 31-6, EJ. Corners: 7-0, EJ. Saves: Halifax 8, East Juniata 4.

Midd-West 3, Selinsgrove 3 2OT

SELINSGROVE — The Midd-West girls soccer team played to a 2-2 draw with Selinsgrove on Monday in a Heartland Athletic Conference matchup.

The Mustangs received a pair of goals from Lily Shutt, while Abigail Parise scored twice for the Seals. Rachel Keister had the third goal for Midd-West on an assist from Becca Yount with 22 seconds left to send the game to overtime.

The Mustangs recorded 20 shots, but were unable to find the winning goal down the stretch. Both teams were even with five corners and 12 saves, with Rylee Weaver in net for the Mustangs.

Midd-West (0-1-1) hosts Mifflinburg on Wednesday.

Midd-West 3, Selinsgrove 3

MW 1 2 0 0 — 3

SEL 2 1 0 0 — 3

Goals: Lily Shutt 2, Rachel Keister (MW); Abigail Parise 2, Ella Magee (SEL). Assists: Becca Yount (MW). Shots: 20-16, MW. Corners: 5-5. Saves: Rylee Weaver 12 (MW); Kirsten Yoder 12 (SEL).

Volleyball

Halifax 3, Juniata 1

MIFFLINTOWN — The Juniata volleyball team fell to Halifax on Monday night in four sets in a Tri-Valley League matchup, 17-25, 25-13, 20-25, 20-25.

The Indians won the second set, but were unable to grab momentum, dropping the next two sets by five points.

Imarylis Mercado had a strong performance, recording 12 digs, six aces, two kills and two assists. Adrianna King had 12 assists, three digs and one kill. Mackenzie Bennett led the Indians with seven kills while recording four digs.

The Indians (2-1) travel to Fannett-Metal on Monday.

Halifax 3, Juniata 1

Set scores: 17-25, 25-13, 20-25, 20-25

West Perry 3, East Juniata 0

ELLIOTSBURG — The East Juniata girls volleyball team dropped a tough matchup with West Perry on Monday night in straight sets, falling 25-5, 25-4, 25-7, in a non-conference matchup.

The Tigers were led by Kendahl Stroup, who recorded four digs.

East Juniata returns to action today against Fairfield at 5:30 p.m.

West Perry 3, East Juniata 0

Set scores: 25-5, 25-4, 25-7

Field hockey

Muncy 1, East Juniata 0

MUNCY — The East Juniata field hockey team fell 1-0 to Muncy on Monday afternoon in non-conference play.

The Tigers were limited to just four corners and were unable to score on either of their two shots on Monday. East Juniata’s Hailey Yeater was solid in net, recording 12 saves in the loss.

East Juniata hosts Greenwood on Thursday afternoon in a Tri-Valley League matchup.

Muncy 1, East Juniata 0

Shots: 13-2, M. Corners: 8-4, M. Saves: Hailey Yeater 12 (EJ), Alaina Brelsford 2 (M).

Boys soccer

Altoona 2, Mifflin County 0

ALTOONA — The Mifflin County boys soccer team fell to District 6 rival Altoona, 2-0, on Monday night in Altoona.

Mifflin County’s Conner Zimmerman led the Huskies with 18 saves in the shutout loss. The Huskies’ JV team lost, 2-1.

No other statistical information reported.

Fannett Metal 10, Mount Union 0

MOUNT UNION — The Mount Union boys soccer team had a rough outing on Monday as the Trojans fell to Fannett Metal 10-0 in an Inter-County Conference soccer game in Mount Union.

The Trojans fell behind 5-0 in the first half and the deficit swelled to 10 in the second half.

Mount Union was playing shorthanded after losing two players to injuries in pre-game warm-ups and one to COVID protocols.

Mount Union had five shots on goal during the game and Trojans’ goalie Ryan Plank made 21 saves in net.

“It’s only our third game of the season and I’m seeing vast improvement in the players, but tonight was not our night,” Mount Union coach Jake Scott said.

The Trojans host Penns Valley on Thursday.

Full statistics were not made available.

Golf

Danville 173, Midd-West 176

DANVILLE — The Midd-West golf team fell to Danville in a tight Heartland Athletic Conference golf matchup on Monday night, falling by just three strokes, 173-176 at the Golf Club at Frosty Valley Resort.

The Mustangs’ Jullian Krainak and Kyle Beward tied with 43s on nine holes to lead Midd-West, while Danville’s Cole Duffy had the lowest score, carding a 41 on the afternoon.

Nick Whitesel and Chris Walter shot a 44 and a 46 respectively.

Midd-West hosts Milton on Thursday.

Danville 173, Midd-West 176

Danville

Cole Duffy 41, Connor Kosick 43, Adam Campbell 43, Nolan Coombe 46.

Midd-West

Jullian Krainak 43, Kyle Beward 43, Nick Whitesel 44, Chris Walter 46

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