Local roundup: Warriors edge Shik
Montoursville’s Lauren Walker scored an unassisted goal in the 63rd minute to break a tie and the Warriors edged Shikellamy, 2-1, on Wednesday in girls soccer.
Loyalsock’s Angie Cardillo scored a pair of goals – one in each half – as the Lancers defeated Jersey Shore, 2-1.
Williamsport tied Lewisburg, 2-2 as the Millionaires moved to 2-5-2.
Warrior Run’s Olivia George scored twice and the Defenders shut out Mount Carmel, 3-0. Madi Welliver stopped eight shots for Warrior Run.
Michelle Mostowy scored two goals and Kaitlyn Peterman had two assists Wednesday as Hughesville defeated Mifflinburg, 4-1. Alexis Huff and Megan Shaner also scored as Hugheville improved to 5-3.
Ali Bower’s two goals highlighted a strong offensive performance as South Williamsport blanked Sullivan County, 8-0. Olivia Lorson scored a goal and added an assist for the Mounties (5-1-2).
Muncy’s Elysia Hinkel scored a goal but the Indians fell to Muncy, 12-1.
Muncy’s Allison Edwards scored to tie the game, but Benton tallied the game’s final two goals in a 3-1 win over the Indians on Monday.
In girls tennis, South Williamsport’s Noelle Gair and Monique McLaughlin dropped the first set 6-0 at No. 2 doubles before responding to win the final two sets, 6-4 and 6-4 as the Mounties defeated Central Columbia, 3-2.
Williamsport’s three singles players dropped just five games and the Millionaires improved to 12-0 with a 5-0 win over Selinsgrove.
Montoursville’s Abby Way and Grace McNamera won a three-set match at No. 2 doubles to lift the Warriors to a 3-2 win over Danville.
Muncy received a forfeit at No. 2 doubles and won three of the other four matches in straight sets as it defeated St. John Neumann, 5-0.
Milton won two of the three singles matches and split the doubles in a 3-2 victory over Lewisburg.
Pam Niditch, Kim Levy and Sarah Malone swept the singles matches as Loyalsock won a big match, 3-2 over Hughesville. Olivia Gorg and Allison Mattuci were victorious at No. 1 doubles for Hughesville in a match between teams who have 23 combined wins.
In women’s tennis, Penn College had to forfeit two matches and lost to Keystone College, 5-4.