Local roundup: Williamsport soccer district games ppd. to today

The Williamsport girls and boys doubleheader scheduled for Wednesday against Delaware Valley was postponed due to rain.

The Millionaires will play the doubleheader today at 4:30 p.m. for the girls game and 6:30 p.m. for the boys.

Both Williamsport teams are looking to win repeat district titles.

• Two Bucknell field hockey players were voted to the Academic All-Patriot League Team, which was released by the conference office. Bucknell junior Nicole Rupnik earned the award for the second straight year, while sophomore Marisa Morakis received the honor in her first year of eligibility.

Rupnik has three goals on the season, including one in each of the last two wins of the regular season against Lock Haven and Yale.

• Bucknell senior Kendall Ham has become the fourth repeat winner of the Patriot League Women’s Soccer Scholar-Athlete of the Year award. Ham also headed the 11-player Academic All-Patriot League Team, where she was joined by classmates Karli Cirovski and Jackie Ham.

Bucknell has now claimed the Scholar-Athlete of the Year five times. In addition to Ham’s two citations, Christina Baselga (1990), Joanne Crane (1994) and Shannon Curd (2006) also won the prestigious honor.

• Penn College opened its wrestling season with a 38-9 loss to Delaware Valley.

Delaware Valley led 23-0 before Penn College’s Daniel Bergeron pinned Anthony Snyder in 4:24 at 165 pounds.

COLLEGE WRESTLING

Delaware Valley 38,

Penn College 9

125: Parker Velez (DV) by forfeit. 133: Brenden Velez (DV) by forfeit. 141: Tim Ambacher (DV) dec. Christian Fox, 5-1. 149: Rob Duxbury (DV) dec. Joseph Swank, 6-4. 157: Shawn Phillips (DV) tech fall Zach Fitzsimmons, 19-0 (1:29). 165: Daniel Bergeron (PCT) pinned Anthony Snyder, 4:24. 174: Elias Vega (DV) tech fall Jacob Canfield, 17-1 (3:49). 184: David Furmato (DV) by forfeit. 197: Xavier Ferrizzi (DV) maj. dec. Patrick Ostrowsky, 12-0. 285: Dylan Otis (PCT) dec. Oscar Daniels, 4-2. Exhibition (197): Jared Mooney (PCT) dec. Kyle Thorpe, 2-1.

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