ROUNDUP: Mounties hit 5 homers, Sauers tosses no-hitter

South Williamsport blanked Southern Columbia, 16-0, in four innings as the Mounties hit five home runs and Mookie Sauers threw a no-hitter.

Sauers had six strikeouts in her no-hitter and Ashley Gardner went 3 for 3 with a pair of home runs and three RBIs. Lilly Eiswerth, Emily Hennigan and Sami Branton also hit a home run, and Bella Bachman and Hailey Holtzapple had two RBIs.

Loyalsock posted an eight-run first inning, and Katie Welker and Juliana Cruz combined on a two-hitters as the Lancers defeated Bloomsburg in high school softball, 8-5.

Summer McNulty homered for Loyalsock and drove in four runs. Rhiallie Jessell and Cruz added two hits apiece.

Megan Herriman and Madi Waltman combined on a one-hit shutout as Warrior Run defeated Hughesville, 10-0. Gina Beyer, Haley Miller, Herriman, Amber Pentycofe and Lauren Watson all had multiple hits for the Defenders.

Mifflinburg scored six runs in the fourth inning to defeat Montoursville, 7-2.

Jordan McCarthy led the Warriors with two hits and two RBIs. The Warriors held a brief 2-1 lead after three innings before the Wildcats scored six to go ahead again.

Lewisburg defeated Central Columbia 4-1. Katie Koch, Sydney Hoffman and Brynna Rutz each had two hits, Koch and Brynn Wagner both had a double.

Muncy fell to CMVT, 10-4. Rory Oden went 1 for 2 with two runs scored and Makenna Snyder went 1-2 with a double.

Emily Snyder threw 11 strikeouts as Montogomery defeated Bucktail, 3-1. Morgan Tucker, Abby Stryker, Shea Strouse and Katelyn Young each had a hit for Montgomery. Myka Poorman had a double and single for Bucktail.

• Bryce Brewer and Franklin Summerson won at Nos. 1 and 2 singles, respectively, to help South Williamsport defeat Montoursville, 3-2, in boys tennis.

Montoursville’s Andrew Stapp won at No. 3 singles, 7-5, 6-3, and the Warriors’ Ben Watts and Eli Ward won at No. 1 doubles.

Hughesville defeated Muncy, 5-0. Ethan Burns won No. 1 singles over Jeremy Lloyd 6-2, 6-2. Logan Burns won No. 2 singles over Josh Hall, 6-1, 6-1.

• Loyalsock defeated Southern Columbia, 92-58, in girls track and field. Loyalsock’s 400 relay team of Erin Machmer, Sophia Gardner, Hailey Zurich, Charlotte Neylon set a school record with a time of 50.49.

Gardner (16-8), Neylon (15-2.5) and Hannah Knecht (14-11) swept the long jump.

• Sam Newton set a pair of school records, but Loyalsock fell to Southern Columbia, 80-70, in boys track and field.

Newton anchored the 400 relay with Darius Willis, Jacob Waltz and Zach Stopper which finished in 44.64. Newton also set a new javelin record with a throw of 156-6, and won the 100 and 200.

• Ashley Schoenstadt’s sac fly was enough to score Rachel Shady and earn a 4-3 walk-off win in the second game of Lycoming softball’s doubleheader split with Wilkes. The Warriors fell in the opener, 9-1, as Madison Brown went 2 for 4 with an RBI.

• Devinity Apollon earned two wins, but Lycoming fell to Lebanon Valley, 7-2. Apollon won No. 1 singles 6-1, 6-1. and No. 1 doubles with Hannah Summerson, 8-5.

• Lock Haven wrestling’s Chance Marsteller earned a spot on the 2017-18 PSAC Winter Top-10 list Thursday.

The Top 10 Awards, selected by the PSAC’s sports information directors, recognize student-athletes who distinguish themselves in the classroom, as well as in the arena of competition. The conference designates Top-10 Award winners after each of the sports seasons. To be a candidate for the Top-10 Awards, a student-athlete must have achieved a minimum of a 3.50 cumulative grade point average and must be a starter or key reserve with legitimate athletic credentials.

Marsteller posted a 3.83 GPA during the winter season while helping LHU finish 16th at the NCAA Division I Tournament.

Marsteller capped a brilliant season with All-America honors, finishing fourth at 165 pounds in what was arguably the deepest weight class at the 2018 NCAA DI tournament.

Marsteller was a PSAC champion and was named the tournament’s most outstanding wrestler after going 4-0 with three pins and a tech fall. He finished second at the EWL championships and closed the season with a 44-4 record. The 44 wins set a single-season school record for wins.

H.S. Softball

Loyalsock 8, Bloomsburg 5

Bloomsburg 005 000 0 — 5 2 1

Loyalsock 800 000 x — 8 10 3

Loff and Yabloski. Katie Welker, Juliana Cruz (3) and Rhiallie Jessell. W–Cruz. L–Loff.

Top Bloomsburg hitters: None. Top Loyalsock hitters: Jessell, 2-4; Summer McNulty, 1-3, home run, 3 RBIs; Juliana Cruz, 2-4.

Record: Loyalsock (6-2). Next: Jersey Shore at Loyalsock, Saturday, 2 p.m.

Warrior Run 10,

Hughesville 0

Warrior Run 211 110 4 — 10 14 1

Hughesville 000 000 0 — 0 1 3

Megan Herriman, Madi Waltman and Jade Swartz. T. Lambert, S. Wertz and E. Watts, J. Davis. W–Herriman. L–Lambert.

Top Warrior Run hitters: Gina Beyer, 2 singles; Haley Miller, single, double; Megan Herriman, 2 singles; Amber Pentycofe, single, double; Lauren Watson, single, triple. Top Hughesville hitters: T. Lambert, 1-2.

Record: Warrior Run (4-0). Next: Warrior Run at Loyalsock, Tuesday.

Mifflinburg 7, Montoursville 2

Montoursville 002 000 0 — 2 5 3

Mifflinburg 010 600 x — 7 7 1

Madison Jean, Mackenzie Weaver (4) and Jordan McCarthy. V. Martin and V. Boop. W–Martin. L–Jean.

Top Montoursville hitters: Jordan McCarthy, 2 hits, 2 RBIs. Top Mifflinburg hitters: H. Foresman, 3 hits, HR.

Lewisburg 4,

Central Columbia 1

Central Columbia 000 001 0 –1 5 0

Lewisburg 220 000 x — 4 9 1

Madison Kester and Jordan Morris. Sydney Hoffman and Katie Koch.

Top Central Columbia hitters: Ellie Rowe triple, Morris triple. Top Lewisburg hitters: Koch 2-3 double; Hofffman 2-4; Brynna Rutz 2-4; Brynn Wagner double.

Record: Lewisburg (5-1). Next game: Lewisburg at Montoursville, Tuesday, 4:30.

CMVT 10, Muncy 4

CMVT 201 511 0 — 10 12 1

Muncy 301 000 0 — 4 7 5

Alyssa Bardo and Rachyl Podpora. Rory Oden and Makenna Snyder.

Top CMVT hitters: Michelle Hackenburg, 3-5; Bridget Fausey, 3-4; Grace Six, 2-3. Top Muncy hitters: Oden, 1-1 2 runs; Snyder 1-2, double.

Record: Muncy (0-3). Next game: Muncy at East Juniata, Monday, 4:30.

Montgomery 3 Bucktail 1

Bucktail 000 010 0 — 1 2 2

Montgomery 003 000 0 — 3 4 1

Myka Poorman and Emily Cross. Emily Snyder (11k) and Shea Strouse.

Top Bucktail hitters: Myka Poorman double single. Top Montgomery hitters: Morgan Tucker single, Abby Stryker triple; Strouse single, Katelyn Young single.

Record: Bucktail (), Montgomery (2-2). Next game: Bucktail. Montgomery at Millville, Tuesday, 4:30.

South Williamsport 16, Southern Columbia 0

South Williamsport 741 4 — 16 12 1

Southern Columbia 000 0 — 0 0 2

Mookie Sauers (6k) and Ashley Gardner. Barutskie, Duzick (4) and Petro.

Top South Williamsport hitters: Gardner, 3-3, 2 HR, double, 2 runs, 3 RBIs; Lilly Eiswerth, 2-4, HR, run, RBI; Emily Hennigan, 1-2, HR, 2 runs, 2 RBI; Sami Branton, 1-2, HR, 2 runs, 2 RBI; Bella Bachman, 2-3, run, 2 RBI; Hailey Holtzapple, 1-3, triple, 2 runs, 2 RBI.

Record: South Williamsport (3-0). Next game: Wellsboro at South Williamsport, Saturday, 1.

BOYS TENNIS

South Williamsport 3, Montoursville 2

SINGLES

1. Bryce Brewer (SW) def. Mitchell Young, 6-4, 6-4; 2. Franklin Summerson (SW) def. Tyler Bolton, 6-3, 2-6, 6-1; 3. Andrew Stapp (M) def. Ryan Weinhoffer, 7-5, 6-3.

DOUBLES

1. Ben Watts/Eli Ward (M) def. Sam Livorno/Ben Flick, 6-1, 6-0; 2. Sean Dunn/Jim Brokaw-Stealy (SW) def. Max Krepps/Cole Peterson, 7-5, 7-6 (10-8).

Hughesville 5, Muncy 0

Singles

1. Ethan Burns (H) def. Jeremy Lloyd (M), 6-2, 6-2. 2. Logan Burns (H) def. Josh Hall (M), 6-1, 6-1. 3. Nick Sharayko (H) def. Trey McCollum (M), 6-1, 6-2.

Doubles

1. Parker Voitek/Spnecer Thomas (H) def. Ernie Coppies/Josiaha Meza (M), 6-1, 6-1. 2. Dylan Lawson/TaylorMason (H), forfeit.

Record: Hugheville (5-3), Muncy (0-3). Next match: Central Columbia at Hughesville, today, 4. Muncy at Central Columbia, Monday, 4.

Girls Track and Field

Loyalsock 92,

Southern Columbia 58

3200 relay: Loyalsock (Elisa DiNicola, Jaime Ellis, Mackenzie Rodarmel, Isabel Sagar), 10:37.36. 100 hurdles: Kari Cambira (SC), 16.45; Megan Kendall (L), 17.35; Allie Dowell (L), 17.80. 100: Charlotte Neylon (L), 12.86; Sophia Gardner (L), 13.14; Madison Klock (SC), 13.41. 1600: Isabel Sagar (L), 5:24.80; Haley Scopelliti (SC), 6:12.13; Tori Romania (SC), 6:13.47. 800: Mackenzie Rodarmel (L), 2:34.88; Anna Burdett (L), 2:37.02; Maria Maresca (SC), 2:37.69. 400 relay: Loyalsock (Erin Machmer, Sophia Gardner, Hailey Zurich, Charlotte Neylon), 50.49. 400: Hanna Davis (SC), N/A; Erin Machmer (L), 1:06.29; Monica Maresca (SC), 1:10.24. 200: Charlotte Neylon (L), 27.01; Madison Klock (SC), 27.48; Hanna Davis (SC), 27.55. 3200: Isabel Sagar (L), 11:12.47; Emma Tredinnick (L), 13:20.28; Haley Scopelliti (SC), 13:28.62. 1600 relay: Loyalsock (Megan Kendall, Anna Burdett, Erin Machmer, Elisa DiNicola), 4:36.02. 300 hurdles: Allie Dowell (L), 50.58; Megan Kendall (L), 51.64; Kari Cambria (SC), 52.22.

Pole vault: Hailey Zurich (L), 10-6; Karly Renn (SC), 6-6; Maura Blusius (SC), 6-0. Long jump: Sophia Gardner (L), 16-8; Charlotte Neylon (L), 15-2.5; Hannah Knecht (L), 14-11. Triple jump: Cassie Sharrow (SC), 32-7.5; Hannah Knecht (L), 31-5.25; Abby Halon (SC), 29-11. Javelin: Abby Hagar (SC), 101-2; Rilyn Wisloski (SC), 78-10; Cassie Sharrow (SC), 78-2.5. Shot put: Michelle Kerstetter (SC), 28-10.75; Sienna Tolomay (L), 28-8.25; Breanna Burd (SC), 26-10.5. Discus: Breanna Burd (SC), 86-5; Kayla Hauer (SC), 80-6; Abby Hager (SC), 74-0.5. High jump: Megan Kendall (L), 4-10; Sarah Waltz (L), 4-6; Maggie Morrison (SC), 4-6.

Boys track and field

Southern Columbia 80, Loyalsock 70

3200 relay: Loyalsock (Alex Reed, Dominic Jennings, Quinn Serfass, Matt Nickolaus), 9:09.56. 110 hurdles: Thomas Manley (SC), 16.26; Duncan Bedford (SC), 16.53; Peyton Salvatori (L), 18.70. 100: Sam Newton (L), 11.39; Gaige Garcia (SC), 11.76; Zach Stopper (L), 11.81. 1600: Ethan Knoebel (SC), 4:37.52; Quinn Serfass (L), 4:42.21; Ryan Sullivan (L), 4:43.13. 800: Ethan Knoebel (SC), 2:06.38; Quinn Serfass (L), 2:07.39; Alejandro Quintana (L), 2:11.18. 400 relay: Loyalsock (Darius Willis, Jacob Waltz, Zach Stopper, Sam Newton) 44.64. 400: Matt Nickolaus (L), 52.85; Devin Blackburn (SC), 53.24; Jacob Huber (L), 56.72. 200: Sam Newton (L), 23.58; Zach Stopper (L), 23.945; Gaige Garcia (SC), 23.948. 3200: Ryan Sullivan (L), 10:32.61; Brady Reese (SC), 10:40.98; Nick Kuzo (SC), 11:09.04. 1600 relay: Southern Columbia (Gaige garcia, Damien Ares, Devin Balckburn, Ethan Knoebel), 3:36.79. 300 hurdles: Thomas Manley (SC), 43.48; Duncan Bedford (SC), 44.77; Simeon Krizan (L), 46.41.

Pole vault: Brant Long (SC), 12-6; Carter Scherer (SC), 9-6; Nicholas Salvatori (L), 8-6. Long jump: Zach Stopper (L), 18-10.5; Jacob Waltz (L), 18-6; Tobuias Walden (SC), 17-6. Triple jump: Ethan Dunkelberger (SC), 37-3.5; Logan Franquet (L), 35-8; Anthony Scicchitano (SC), 35-4. Javelin: Sam Newton (L), 156-6; Jacob Waltz (L), 138-4; Nate Crowl (SC), 137. Shot put: Troy Donlan (SC), 44-8; Hunter Knott (L), 37-5; John Stabinski (SC), 35-8. Discus: Troy Donlan (SC), 106-10; John Stabinski (SC), 106-2; Cole Cavanaugh (L), 102-8. High jump: Tobias Walden (SC), 5-8; Christian Ryan (SC), 5-6; Logan Franquet (L), 5-6.

COLLEGE SOFTBALL

Wilkes 9, Lycoming 1

(Game 1)

Wilkes 102 031 2 — 9 13 2

Lycoming 001 000 0 — 1 5 3

Christina Gambino and Britny Jumalon. Liz Nace, Rachael Shady (6) and Lydia Yorks. W–Gambino (3-1). L–Nace (2-4).

Top Wilkes hitters: Jordyn Kondras, 3-4, 2 runs; Jumalon, 2-3, 2 runs, 1 RBI; Sarah Gibson, 2-3, run, RBI; Haley Welker, 2-4, HR, 2 runs, 2 RBIs; Gracen Staunton, 2-4, run, RBI; Gambino, 2-4, HR, run, RBI. Top Lycoming hitters: Rachael Shady, 1-4; Taylor Gessner, 1-3; Cayla Treaster, 1-3; Madison Brown, 2-4, RBI.

Lycoming 4, Wilkes 3

(Game 2)

Wilkes 012 000 00 — 3 7 0

Lycoming 000 101 11 — 4 5 1

Celine Podlesney, Celine Gambino (7) and Sarah Gibson. Rachael Shady and Taylor Gessner. W–Shady (2-9). L–Podlesney (3-2).

Top Wilkes hitters: Britny Jumalon, 1-3, run; Gibson, 1-3, run; Gracen Staunton, 2-4, 2 RBI; Gambino, 1-3, run; Alexis Kessler, 2-3, RBI. Top Lycoming hitters: Taylor Gessner, 1-3, run; Darci Warriner, 2-3, run, RBI; Lydia Yorks, 2-3, RBI.

Record: Lycoming (7-15), Willkes (17-9). Next game: Arcadia at Lycoming, Saturday, 1.

WOMEN’S TENNIS

Lebanon Valley 7,

Lycoming 2

Singles

1. Devinity Apollon (LC) def. Marla Scacchitti (LV) 6-1, 6-1. 2. Melanie Haas (LV) def. Hannah Summerson (LC) 6-0, 6-4. 3. Sammy Bost (LV) def. Kaitlin Hallabuk (LC) 6-2, 6-0. 4. Elizabeth Drda (LV) def. Julia Nagle (LC) 7-5, 6-1. 5. Megan Williams (LV) def. K. Parroccini (LC) 6-1, 6-3. 6. Elise Hanks-Witaszek (LV) def. Brittany Lenze (LC) 6-3, 6-2.

Doubles

1. Devinity Apollon/Hannah Summerson (LC) def. Marla Scacchitti/Melanie Haas (LV) 8-5. 2. Megan Williams/Sammy Bost (LV) def. Kaitlin Hallabuk/Julia Nagle (LC) 8-6. 3. Elise Hanks-Witaszek/Emily Wilczek (LV) def. K. Parroccini/Brittany Lenze (LC) 9-7.

Record: Lycoming (8-5 (2-1)), Lebanon Valley (6-6 (2-1)).

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