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Two Husky golfers move on at districts

From staff reports

ALTOONA — Mifflin County got two individual golfers to advance to the District 6 Class 3A championships on Thursday.

The two Huskies that will be moving on will be Blake Stringfellow and Dominic Weyman. Stringfellow finished tied in sixth place shooting an 82 while Weyman had an 83 which tied him for tenth.

As a team, Mifflin County placed fourth with a score of 345 which eliminated the Huskies from the team District 6 playoffs.

Stringfellow and Weyman will compete in the District 6 Class 3A championships Tuesday at Scotch Valley Country Club in Hollidaysburg.

MIFFLIN COUNTY

Blake Stringfellow 82, Dominic Weyman 83, Ryan Hine 86, Bryson Bubb 88

Girls tennis

Patriots sweep MC

LEWISBERRY — Mifflin County were swept by Red Land 5-0 in Mid-Penn Conference girls tennis action Thursday.

Katey Riden kept it close with Red Land’s Nealey Humer but fell in straight sets 6-4, 6-3.

Mifflin County travels to Cumberland Valley Monday.

Red Land 5, Mifflin County 0

SINGLES

Makayla Elseheid def. Aija Binder 6-0, 6-2

Maura Duvall def. Ella Knepp 6-1, 6-1

Nealey Humer def. Katey Riden 6-4, 6-3

DOUBLES

Zaie Zeiders/Natalie Ritchey def. Lindsay Wolfley/MacKenna Yoder 6-4, 6-2

Elie Devita/Sarah Minnich def. Ava Kelly/Lilly Breon 6-0, 6-4

Volleyball

Juniata tops Mustangs

MIDDLEBURG — Juniata dominated Midd-West 3-0 in volleyball action Thursday night.

Lexi Frontz had 11 kills, 14 digs and seven aces. Reese Foltz had 12 digs and four aces while Isabella Armstrong collected 20 assists.

Juniata hosts Steelton-Highspire while Midd-West hosts Southern Huntingdon, both games are on Monday.

Juniata 3, Midd-West 0

Scores: 25-8, 25-11, 25-14

Tigers fall in

straight sets

COCOLAMUS — East Juniata struggled to keep pace with Halifax in its 3-0 loss Thursday.

Kendahl Stroup had seven digs while Leah Davison had two digs and four aces and Danika Lucas had three kills.

East Juniata hosts West Perry on Monday.

Halifax 3, East Juniata 0

Scores: 25-9, 25-16, 25-11

Girls soccer

Huskies shut out

HERSHEY — Isabelle Sontheimer made her presence felt in Hershey’s 3-0 victory over Mifflin County Tuesday afternoon for some girls soccer.

Sontheimer scored two goals in the game with the third by Eva Carlson.

Mifflin County hosts Waynesboro on Wednesday.

Hershey 3, Mifflin County 0

FIRST HALF

H – Isabelle Sontheimer, 26:12

SECOND HALF

H – Sontheimer, 58:42

H – Eva Carlson, 74:00

Shots:

H 10-2

Saves:

MC-7 (Bailey McNitt)

H-2 (Hannah Russell)

Field hockey

West Perry edges MC

ELLIOTSBURG — Mifflin County was defeated by West Perry 3-1 Thursday night.

The lone goal for the Huskies was from Hailee Sheetz. Sophie McCurdy collected 18 saves.

The Huskies also lost in the JV game 2-0.

Mifflin County travels to Newport on Monday.

FROM WEDNESDAY

Girls soccer

Tigers clip Eagles

COCOLAMUS — A goal each half carried East Juniata over Line Mountain in its 2-0 win under the lights Wednesday evening.

Macy Buskey and Sara Brackbill each scored a goal for the Tigers.

Boys soccer

Tigers blank Indians

COCOLAMUS — East Juniata took care of business against cross county rival Juniata 6-0 in a Tri-Valley League boys soccer game Thursday night.

Jake Brackbill led the Tigers with four goals with Dontae Martin and Aden Fronk each had a goal for the evening.

Juniata travels to Huntingdon while East Juniata travels to Greenwood with both games being on Saturday.

Mustangs held in check

MIDDLEBURG — Despite creating more opportunities for itself, Midd-West failed to capitalize on those chances as the Mustangs fell 2-0 to Montoursville Thursday.

Wyatt Fry scored both goals for Montoursville.

Midd-West (5-4, 2-1) hosts Millville Saturday night.

Montoursville 2, Midd-West 0

FIRST HALF

M – Fry (Winslow), 6:59

M – Fry (PK)

Shots:

MW 13-3

Corners:

MW 10-1

Saves:

MW-1

M-13

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