Brittany Snyder scored early in the second half, but Southern Columbia scored the final two goals, including Mackenzie Clark's winner 2 minutes into overtime in the Tigers' 2-1 win over Hughesville on Saturday in girls soccer. Allison Russell made 10 saves for the Spartans.
Four players scored a goal for Abington Heights as the Comets beat Williamsport, 4-0. Riley Gossner made eight saves for the Millionaires.
In boys soccer, Evan Lewis scored two goals as Sullivan County stayed in the District 4 playoff hunt and blanked Montgomery, 6-0.
Williamson and Liberty each scored a first-half goal in a 1-1 tie. Peter Kutbay scored on a Cody Schmouder assist in the 21st minute, and Williamson's Logan Everett scored on a Tyrus Hamblin assist in the 28th minute to tie the game.
Ryan Foran scored in the 60th minute to give South Williamsport a 1-0 win over Muncy.
Millville's Richard Wood scored the first three goals in the Quakers' 5-0 win over St. John Neumann.
In women's soccer, Stevenson shut out Lycoming, 4-0 with a three-goal outburst in a three-minute span.
Penn College defeated Valley Forge Christian College, 6-0. Warrior Run graduate Reda Vermilya shared the shutout in goal with Kirsten Foti. South Williamsport graduate Kierstin Steer had a goal and assist.
Mansfield's Karyn Anselmo scored in the 40th minute and the Mountaineers tied Clarion, 1-1.
Jamie Hunter scored two goals and tallied an assist to lead Lock Haven to a 3-2 upset win over No. 2 West Chester University.
In men's soccer, Lock Haven allowed two first-half goals and fell to West Chester, 2-0.
A second-half penalty kick goal helped lift Stevenson University to a critical 1-0 win over Lycoming College.
A foul inside the box set Christopher Panian up for the penalty kick, which he put inside the left corner of the net to lift Stevenson over Lycoming.
In college tennis, Lycoming senior Jason Mifsud, a Montoursville graduate, advanced to the semifinals in the top flight at the MAC individual championships. Mifsud will play today against No. 4 Eric Fritzges of Elizabethtown.
Penn College closed the regular season with an 8-1 win over Penn State Lehigh Valley. The win ensured the Wildcats the No. 2 seed for next week's conference championships.
In volleyball, Lock Haven beat Shippensburg, 3-1 (25-23, 25-21, 24-26, 25-17). Lock Haven senior Gao Xuan had 21 kills, 11 digs and three blocks.
Backed by solid hitting efforts from senior Jackie Oliva and junior Shelby Gear, Lycoming downed Hood College, 3-0 (25-10, 25-16, 25-16), in the opener of a Commonwealth Conference tri-match before falling to Stevenson University, 3-0 (25-16, 25-9, 25-14).
Penn College senior Tara Powell totaled 22 kills as the Wildcats won both its matches at the Penn State Beaver quad match. The Wildcats swept both the host (25-21, 25-13, 25-14) and Penn State Greater Allegheny (25-12, 25-12, 25-14).
In college cross country, the No. 13 Lock Haven men's team had nine runners finish among the Top 17 finishers as the Bald Eagles took home the team title at the Gettysburg College Invitational.
Tyler Hileman led the Bald Eagles and finished in 26 minutes, 2 seconds and 10th place.
Jessica McDonald led the Lock Haven. She finished 20th out of 394 runners with a time of 23:23.
In its final tune-up before the Middle Atlantic Conference Champion-ships, the Lycoming College cross country teams continued to show marked improvement, with 11 runners posting season-best times at the DeSales University Invitational. The women's team posted finished 14th in a 20-team field and the men's squad took 19th in a 22-team field.
Senior Ashley Buck led the women's squad, finishing 41st with a time of 26:47.59.
Freshman Peter Rittenhouse dropped under 30 minutes for the first time in his career, posting a 29:52.15 to finish 84th in a field of 225 runners to help lead the Lycoming men's team to a 19th place finish.
Penn College took first place in a league meet at PSU DuBois with a score of 52 points. They finished just ahead of PSU Greater Allegheny which had 58 points. The Wildcars' Dan Starr finished third overall in 30:26.
In field hockey, junior Taryn Schawillie scored her 42nd career goal to tie the score in the 19th minute but top-ranked Shippensburg answered with four first-half goals to beat Mansfield 7-2 in a PSAC West game.
In swimming, Mansfield finished third at the Millersville Relay Carnival.
East Stroudsburg took first with 548 team points while host Millersville was second with 408 points. The Mountaineers rounded out the top three with 218 points.
Mansfield placed third in the 200 freestyle relay and 400 freestyle relay.
Abington Heights 4, Williamsport 0
AH-Isabelle Clauss, 36th minute; AH-Ally Cristman (Paige Eisenlohr), 56th minute; AH-Katrina Holcski, 78th monute; AH-Perrine Wasser, 39th.
Shots: AH 12, W 2. Corner kicks: W 5, AH 2. Saves: AH 2 (Melanie Coles); W 8 (Riley Gossner).
Record: Williamsport (2-12-1). Next: Williamsport vs. Lewisburg at Ball Mills, Monday, 7 p.m.
Southern Columbia 2, Hughesville 1, OT
H-Brittany Snyder, 44:27; SC-Alli Stravinski, 78:20; SC-Mackenzie Clark, 82:06.
Shots: H 8, SC 13. Corner kicks: H 3, SC 1. Saves: H 10 (Allison Russell); SC 4 (Jess Watkins).
Junior varsity play day scores: Hughesville 0, Jersey Shore 0; Montoursville 1, Southern Columbia 0; Montoursville 0, Jersey Shore 0; Hughesville 1, Southern Columbia 0; Hughesville 1, Montoursville 0; Southern Columbia 2, Jersey Shore 0; Hughesville 1, Southern Columbia 0.
Record: Hughesville (8-7). Next: Hughesville vs. Mifflinburg, Monday.
Sullivan County 6, Montgomery 0
S-Dylan Ammerman (Jake Gavitt), 35:35; S-Tommy Blasi, 34:17; S-Evan Lewis, 29:44; S-Conner Wylie (Gavitt), 29:18; S-Aaron Lewis (Josh Gavitt), 7:08; S-E. Lewis, 29:52
Shots on Goal: S-27, M-6. Cornerkicks: S-10, M-0. Saves: S-6, M-21. Goalies: Sullivan (Zach Meyer); Montgomery (Andrew Wise).
Records: Sullivan County 7-8-1. Next Game: Sullivan at Muncy (Tuesday).
Liberty 1, OT
L-Peter Kutbay (Cody Schmouder), 20:41; W-Logan Everett (Tyrus Hamblin), 27:55.
Shots: L 3, W 4. Corner kicks: L 5, W 7. Saves: L 3 (Jacob Spring); W 1 (Kyle Colegrove).
Records: Liberty (9-5-1). Next: Liberty at Northern Potter on Tuesday.
South Williamsport 1, Muncy 0
SW-Ryan Foran, 60th minute.
Shots: M 5, SW 9. Corner kicks: M 4, SW 6. Saves: M 8 (Mike Fornwalt) ; SW 5 (Rhian Kozen).
Record: Muncy (7-9); South Williamsport (7-9). Next: Muncy vs. Sullivan County, Tuesday.
St. John Neumann 0
M-Richard Wood (Luke Zeisloft), 6th minute; M-Wood, 8th minute; M-Wood, 20th minute;M-Mitchell Watts, 38th minute; M-Chase Laubach, 60th minute.
Shots: M 13, SJN 3. Corner kicks: M 7, SJN 0. Saves: M 3 (Britton Kittle); SJN 8 (Andrew Roman).
Record: St. John Neumann (2-13-1). Next: St. John Neumann at South Williamsport, Tuesday.
Penn College 6,
Valley Forge 0
PC - Robyn Beddow, 1:46; PC - Madilyn Walters (Alexandra Brennan), 41:26; PC - Jocelyn Moyer, 43:31; PC -Laresa Paden (Kierstin Steer), 59:01; PC -Steer (Walters), 59:18; PC - Brennan, 88:34.
Shots: Valley Forge 9, PC - 34. Corners: Valley Forge 5, PC - 4. Saves: Valley Forge 12 (Amanda McGinness), PC - 6 (Reda Vermilya 4, Kirsten Foti 2).
Records: Penn College 8-2-1, Valley Forge 1-14-1. Next: Penn College at Alfred State College, Wed.
Mansfield 1, Clarion 1
CLAR - Bethany Naugle, 17:33; MAN - Karyn Anselmo, 39:14.
Shots: Clarion University 11, Mansfield University 16. Saves: Clarion University 8 (Laura Saussol 8), Mansfield University 3 (Alexis Wilhelm 3).
Records: Clarion 2-7-5, 2-6-3 PSAC, Mansfield 2-9-2, 0-8-2. Next: Mansfield at Slippery Rock, Tue.
S - Allie Ondrejcak (Jennifer Simkin), 57:29; S - Shannon McGuire, 58:31; S - Catherine Madden, 59:31; S - Shannon McGuire, 80:51
Shots: Stevenson 25, Lycoming 2. Saves: Stevenson 0 (Allison Johnson), Lycoming 9 (Sam Stropko 9).
Records: Stevenson 9-4-1, 3-1-1 CC; Lycoming 1-10-3, 0-4-1. Next: Lycoming at Messiah, Tue.
West Chester 2,
Lock Haven 0
WC - Neil Gallagher (Dan Venuto), 4:27; WC - Roberta Silva (Alex Badulak), 43:33.
Shots: WC - 7, LHU - 8. Corners: WC - 2, LHU - 7. Saves: WC - 4 (Garrett Bleiler). LHU - 2 (Jonathan Howitt).
Records: West Chester 4-7-2, 3-2-1, Lock?Haven 5-7-1, 2-5. Next: Lock Haven at St. Thomas Aquinas, today.
S - Christopher Panian (PK), 47:04.
Shots: S - 13, Lyco - 20. Saves: Stevenson 8 (Kenneth Hersey 8), Lycoming 6 (Connor Keenan 6).
Records: Stevenson 7-8, 2-3 CC; Lycoming 4-6-2, 1-3-1. Next: Lycoming at Messiah, Wed.
Penn College 8,
PSU Lehigh Valley 1
1. Nathan Scott (PCT) def. James 6-0, 6-0; 2. Adam Smith (PCT) def. Morrissey 6-2, 6-1; 3. Jordan Rodgers (PCT) def. Luadis 6-0, 6-0;4. Christopher Morrin (PCT) win by forfeit
1. Niemi (LV) def. Jenna Walmer 6-0, 6-1; 2. Taylor Lapointe (PCT) win by forfeit
1. Borton/Mancuso (PCT) def. Morrissey/Luadis 6-0, 6-2; 2. Smith/Scott (PCT) win by forfeit
1. Walmer/Lapointe (PCT) win by forfeit
Records: Penn College 7-1. Next: Penn College at PSUAC Championships in State College, Sat.
MAC Individual Tournament Results
No. 1 Singles
Quarterfinals: #1 Jason Mifsud (LC) def. Tony Bevuevino, King's, 6-2, 7-6 (6); Semifinals: Mifsud vs. #4 Eric Fritzges (Elizabethtown) #3 Ethan Grodzinski (Lebanon Valley) vs. #2 Steven Wilson (Wilkes)
No. 2 Singles
1st Round: Jake Rohring (King's) def. Cody Heffner (LC), 6-2, 6-0
No. 3 Singles
1st Round: Andrew Wilson (Lebanon Valley) def. Sean Marshall (LC), 6-0, 6-0
No. 4 Singles
1st Round: Anthony Fabiano (LC) def. Shane Hall (Misericordia), 6-0, 6-0
Quarterfinals: #4 Max Appello (Wilkes) def. Fabiano, 6-0, 6-1
No. 5 Singles
1st Round: Billy Frietag (Elizabethtown) def. Jordan Dubinsky, 6-0, 6-2
No. 6 Singles
1st Round: No. 2 Alejandro Diaz (Elizabethtown) def. Jack Port, 6-1, 6-0
No. 7 Singles
1st Round: Jelani Martinez (LC) def. Lee Arner (King's), 6-1, 6-4
Quarterfinals: Josin Aybalik (FDU-Florham) def. Martinez (LC), 6-1, 6-0
No. 1 Doubles
1st Round: Marshall/Mifsud (LC) def. Nicholas Hershey/Sal Saraniti (Misericordia), 8-6
Quarterfinals: #4 Nathan Bauer/Daniel Minnich (Alvernia) def. Marshall/Mifsud (LC), 8-3
No. 2 Doubles
1st Round: #3 Dan Hackford/Brandon Helfrich (Wilkes) def. Fabiano/Heffner, 8-3
No. 3 Doubles
1st Round: Jeremy Garcia/Herminio Quinones (Arcadia) def. Martinez/Port (LC), 8-4
Shippensburg 7, Mansfield 2
Ship - Taylor Jones, 1:22; Man - Taryn Schawillie, 19:55; Ship - Katie Shoop (Emily Kohlbus), 23:59; Ship - Tori Ricker (Bre White), 29:00; Ship - White (Shoop), 30:17; Man - Tori Malatesta , 37:28; Ship - Emily Kohlbus (Kayla Harshman), 41:02; Ship - Emily Kohlbus, 45:07; Ship - Brittany Jett (Bre White), 52:12.
Records: Shippensburg 15-1, 7-1 PSAC West; Mansfield 5-11, 1-7.
at PSU DuBois
Penn College results
16th, Eileen Harrington, 31:49.
Team scores: 1, Penn College, 52; 2, PSU Greater Allegany, 58; 3, PSU Fayette, 79; 4, PSU Wilkes-Barre, 93; 5, PSU Brandywine, 99; 6, PSU Worthington-Scranton, 139; 7, PSU Schuylkill, 158.
Penn College results: 3, Dan Starr, 30:26; 5, Dan Flynn, 31:15; 10, Mike Acquaro, 31:49; 15, Justin Huey, 32:53; 18, Matt Wagner, 33:30; 19, Alex Hicks, 33:57; 20, William Fuka, 34:02; 24, Dan Rose, 35:17.
Next: Penn College at PSUAC championship meet at PSU Brandywine, Saturday.
Lycoming 3, Hood 0
Lycoming (18-5, 3-3 MAC): (Kills-aces-blocks) - Jackie Oliva 9-0-2; Shelby Gear 8-0-1; Bethany Richardson 6-1-3; Amber Seibel 4-1-0; Kylee Sutton 4-1-1; Katelyn McKillop 1-3-0; Cortney Tice 0-1-0; Kristin Whitehead 0-2-0; Olivia Guisto 0-0-1; Totals 32-9-6.0. (Assists) - Katelyn McKillop 24. (Dig leaders) - Katelyn McKillop 12; Kristin Whitehead 11; Amber Seibel 9
Hood (6-15, 0-6 MAC): (Kills-aces-blocks) - Brittany Lethbridge 6-0-0; Amy Hagerdon 5-0-0; Ashley Park-Brouse 3-1-0; Rebecca Rieser 2-1-1; Alyssa Eshleman 0-0-1; Totals 16-2-1.0. (Assists) - Alyssa Eshleman 10. (Dig leaders) - Amy Hagerdon 13; Kaitlyn Hays 9; Alyssa Eshleman 8.
Lycoming (18-6, 3-4 MAC): (Kills-aces-blocks) - Jackie Oliva 5-0-0; Bethany Richardson 5-2-0; Kylee Sutton 3-0-2; Shelby Gear 3-0-0; Katelyn McKillop 2-0-0; Amber Seibel 1-0-1; Totals 19-2-2.0. (Assists) - Katelyn McKillop 16. (Dig leaders) - Amber Seibel 15; Kristin Whitehead 15; Katelyn McKillop 11
Stevenson (28-2, 8-0 MAC): (Kills-aces-blocks) - Megan Miller 9-1-3; Imani Hudson 9-1-0; Kristen Lubeski 8-0-1; Christine Isenberg 7-2-2; Jenna Campbell 3-0-0; Jessica Gieselman 2-2-0; Samantha Perillo 1-1-0; Totals 39-7-4.0. (Assists) - Jessica Gieselman 33. (Dig leaders) - Samantha Perillo 15; Christine Isenberg 13; Emilee Ceroy 10.