Local roundup: WR girls blank Hughesville
Warrior Run received a pair of goals from freshman Tori Ross, Chloe Eisenhuth played a strong game at center-midfield and the Defenders defeated Hughesville, 2-0, on Thursday night in girls soccer. Warrior Run held the Spartans without a shot on goal.
Kiray Fry and Corrine Shaffer each scored 3 times as Montgomery beat Muncy, 6-3.
Loyalsock’s Allie Pagana scored her 48th and 49th career goals as the Lancers won their fourth consecutive game, shutting out Central Mountain, 2-0.
In boys soccer, South Williamsport took advantage of two own goals to defeat Millville, 2-1.
Sayre scored four unanswered goals, three in the second half, to beat Liberty, 4-2.
Montgomery’s Thomas Goetz had a hat trick as the Red Raiders built a 6-0 lead over Sullivan County on their way to a 6-4 victory.
Jersey Shore’s Clay Newton scored twice and the Bulldogs defeated Hughesville, 5-1.
Gage Reber scored a pair of goals and Danville outshot Williamsport by seven in a 4-0 win over the Millionaires. Brett Kavanagh made nine saves for Williamsport
Dan Hall scored a pair of goals and assisted on another as Muncy topped St. John Neumann, 4-1. Derek Sellers scored a goal and had an assist for the Knights.
Matt Hibbs scored Loyalsock’s lone goal in a 6-1 loss to unbeaten Central Columbia. Hibbs’ goal came on a free kick in the 29th minute to cut the Blue Jays’ lead to 2-1, but Central Columbia scored the final four goals.
Elias George scored the first three goals for Warrior Run as the Defenders beat Montoursville, 4-0. Kiann Weikel scored the final goal for the Defenders.
In girls tennis, Muncy won at Nos. 1 and 2 singles in beating Central Columbia, 3-2.
Lindsay Sweeley’s 3-set win at No. 1 singles lifted Montoursville past Lewisburg, 3-2.
In boys cross country, Williamsport swept the top three places with Chet Schwoyer leading the way and the Millionaires defeated Central Mountain, 25-30.
In girls cross country, Hannah Weber placed second behind Central Mountain’s Laurel Moyer and the Millionaires edged the Wildcats, 28-29.
In men’s tennis, Jordan Dubinsky notched a superset tiebreaker win at No. 4 singles, but that was it for Lycoming in an 8-1 loss to Susquehanna.