Local roundup: Burke throws a 3-hitter as Sullivan defeats Millville

In high school softball, Madison Burke allowed just three hits and struck out five as Sullivan County defeated Mid-Penn foe Millville, 6-3. Jaeden Patson scored twice and Mykenzie Malacusky went 2 for 3 with an RBI and a run as Sullivan, after falling behind 1-0, scored the next four runs to take control.

Wellsboro jumped out to a 4-0 first-inning lead as the offense erupted for 10 hits in its 10-4 win over South Williamsport. Kerrah Clymer led the attack with a 3 for 4 afternoon, adding a a double, a home run, three RBIs and three runs. Jena Boyce (3 for 4 home run) and Hailey Neal (2 for 3 RBI, run) both had multi-hit games for Wellsboro.

Muncy broke open a close game with a five-run fourth inning and put up seven more in the sixth to pull away from CMVT for a 15-1 six-inning win. Annabelle Bergey led a 13-hit offense with four hits and three RBIs while Jen Frederick (2 for 4 2 RBIs) and Alexis Treese (2 for 4 2 RBIs) had multi-hit and multi-RBI games. Rory Oden earned the win, allowing just four hits in the complete-game.

Maddie Herman threw a five-inning no-hitter and Hailey Stetts hit a grand slam to break open a close game as Jersey Shore rolled to a 10-0 win over Towanda.

Kylie Seagraves enjoyed a career day, going 4 for 4 with a double and three RBIs, but State College scored seven sixth-inning runs and rallied past Williamsport, 10-6.

The Millionaires had fought back from a 3-1 deficit and Seagraves was one of three players who had at least two hits. Isabelle Griswold went 3 for 4 with a double and RBI, while Sammi Reeder also doubled, finishing 2 for 3 with a run.

• In high school baseball, Loyalsock tied the game in the top of the third with three runs, but Selinsgrove scored seven combined runs in the fourth and fifth innings to take a 10-4 win. Nick Barone led Loyalsock at the plate with two hits and two runs.

• In women’s lacrosse, Hailey Kimble notched 12 points to tie the single-game program-record and Kelly McGinniss secured 19 draw controls to set the NCAA Divison III single-season record to lead Lycoming to a 21-12 victory over Arcadia.

McGinniss, who now has 207 draw controls this season, surpassed Adrian’s Brianna Plester’s Division III record of 189 set in 2014. McGinniss, the program’s career point leader, added 11 more with nine goals and two assists to become the first Warrior to tally 300 in a career (307).

Kimble posted seven goals and five assists to become the seventh player in school-history to total 12 points in a game and the first since Meghenn Jackson did it against Misericordia in 2016.

Lock Haven dropped an away game at Kutztown, 15-12. Kate Hooper continued to lead the LHU offense, finishing with a team-high five goals. Braxtin Reddinger and Caitlin Morrow each tallied two goals of their own.

• In men’s lacrosse, Drew Collins came around the corner and ran into an Arcadia defender, so he looked to his left to find Andrew Ream, who took one step and side-wound a shot into the upper-right corner to give Lycoming a 12-11 MAC Commonwealth overtime win over Arcadia.

The Warriors (6-8 overall, 4-2 MAC Commonwealth) had to comeback from a 9-5 deficit to start the second half, but third-quarter goals from Collins and Ream were followed by a score from Owen Zimmerman off a give from Blake Premo to cut the deficit to one score with 12:52 left in the fourth.

• In women’s tennis, Hannah Summerson, a South Williamsport grad, became the fourth player in program history to reach 70 career wins to lead Lycoming, but Alvernia posted an 8-1 MAC Commonwealth win.

Summerson notched a 7-5, 6-4 win over Amanda Phillips at No. 1 singles to reach the milestone, as she has posted 38 singles wins (tied for fourth in school history) and 32 doubles wins (tied for seventh).

Penn College dropped a 9-0 non-conference match to Marywood.

• In men’s tennis, Penn College defeated Marywood, 9-0. Tucker Phillippe-Joh, Blake Whitmire and Will DeMarco picked up victories in singles competition. In doubles competition, DeMarco and Phillippe-Joh won with a score of 8-1 and the others picked up wins by default.

• In college softball, Liz Nace threw a complete-game shutout in game one and Rachel Duda, a Jersey Shore grad, hit a walk-off sacrifice fly in game two to help lift Lycoming softball coach Melissa Montoro to her 100th career victory in a MAC Commonwealth doubleheader sweep of Hood. Lycoming took game one 1-0, before winning the night cap, 4-3.

Montoro becomes the second coach in program history to reach the century mark, joining Lycoming basketball coach Christen Ditzler, who won 214 softball games from 1993-2008. She joins Frank Girardi (football), Tim McMahon and Sonny Kirkpatrick (volleyball), Scott Kennell (men’s soccer), Dutch Burch and Guy Rancourt (men’s basketball), Budd Whitehill and Roger Crebs (wrestling), Deb Holmes (women’s tennis), Nels Phillips (men’s tennis) and Ditzler (women’s basketball and softball) as the 12th coach in the athletic department’s history to reach 100 career wins.

Kayla Kline also reached a milestone, becoming the 15th Warrior to reach the 100 career-hit mark with a single to left field in the bottom of the fourth inning in the game one victory, doing it faster than any other player in program history, as she crossed the mark in her 66th career game. Kline was 3 for 6 on the afternoon, giving her 102 career-hits, as she is now 12th in program history.

Williamsport grad Taylor Brooks combined to have four hits and five RBIs to lead Penn College to a split against Cazenovia, losing the opener, 6-5, in eight innings before taking the second game, 11-3, in five innings.

Joelle Snyder hit a double in each game and Mansfield held a two-run lead late in the second game, but Mansfield dropped both games of a doubleheader against Bloomsburg, 4-1 and 8-5.

Lock Haven split with Pitt-Johnstown, winning game one, 3-0, before the Mountain Cats took game two, 3-1.

• In college baseball, Millersville made sure to bring their bats with them on the trip to Mansfield, securing both games in a high-scoring doubleheader, 21-2 and 15-4.

• The Mansfield University track and field teams compiled a strong collective day at the Bison Open hosted by Bucknell University, and the Bronco Classic hosted by SUNY-Delhi.

The day started with senior Olivia Moats setting a new PR in the women’s pole vault at 2.63 meters. Moats was followed by Kylah Perez, who opened her outdoor season by also setting a new PR, coming in the women’s high jump with a height of 1.35 meters.

Alysa Davey-Bostic, a North Penn-Mansfield grad, would not be outdone, recording a first-place finish in the high jump at 1.55 meters, narrowly missing a PSAC mark.

HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL

Sullivan County 6, Millville 3

Millville 102 000 0 — 3 3 3

Sullivan County 312 000 x– 6 9 4

Madison Burke and Chloe Burke. W: Burke.

Top Sullivan County hitters: Jaeden Patson 1-3, 2 runs; Mykenzie Malacusky 2-3, RBI, run; Kyler Burke 1-4, RBI.

Wellsboro 10,

South Williamsport 4

South Williamsport 000 220 0 — 4 7 1

Wellsboro 401 023 x — 10 10 1

Emily Hennigan, Mookie Sauers (5) and Ashley Gardner. Cathryn Brought and Chelsie English. W: Brought. L: Hennigan.

Top South hitters: Ashley Gardner 3-4 2 2Bs, RBI, run; Sydney Bachman 2-3, RBI; Bella Bachman 1-3, 2B, RBI, 2 runs. Top Wellsboro hitters: Kerrah Clymer 3-4 2B, HR, 3 runs, 3 RBIs; Hailey Neal 2-3 run, RBI; Jena Boyce 3-4 HR, RBI, run; Chelsie English 1-3 RBI, run; Cathryn Brought 1-3 run, 2 RBIs.

Muncy 15, CMVT 1

(6 INNINGS)

Muncy 210 507 — 15 13 2

CMVT 000 100 — 1 4 2

Rory Oden and Alexis Treese. A. Bardo, K. Calbach (6) and O. Cornell. W: Oden. L: Bardo.

Top Muncy hitters: Annabelle Bergey 4-5 3 RBIs; Jen Frederick 2-4 2B, 2 RBIs; Alexis Treese 2-4 2 RBIs, 2B; Lauren Harner-Steele 2-4 RBI. Top CMVT hitters: G. Six 2-3 2B.

Records: Muncy (3-3). Next game: Muncy at Bucktail, Monday

Jersey Shore 10, Towanda 0

(5 INNINGS)

Jersey Shore 540 01 — 10 6 1

Towanda 000 00 — 0 0 0

Maddie Herman and Alyssa Stover. M. Maynard and C. McLinko. W: Herman. L: Maynard.

Top Jersey Shore hitters: Alyssa Stover 1-2 2 runs, RBI; Hailey Stetts 1-1 GS; Aubrey Stetts 2-2 2 runs, RBI; Hannah Yorks 0-3 RBI.

Records: Jersey Shore (7-1).

State College 10, Williamsport 6

Williamsport 010 121 1–6 11 4

State College 003 007 x–10 12 0

Lynna Robertson, Hailey Debrody (6) and Kalindi Maggs. L: Robertson.

Top Williamsport hitters: Isabelle Griswold 3-4, 2B, RBI, 2 runs; Kylie Seagraves 4-4, 2B, 3 RBIs, run, SB; Sammi Reeder 2-3, 2B, run; Katie Meale 1-4, RBI, run.

Records: Williamsport (4-2).

High School Baseball

Selinsgrove 10, Loyalsock 4

Loyalsock 003 010 0 — 4 5 3

Selinsgrove 120 250 x — 10 7 3

Armson, Rankey (4), Schluter (5), Worth (5) and R. Watkins. Blaise Zeiders, Ryan Reich (7th) and Wyatt Metzger. W: Zeiders. L: Armson.

Top Loyalsock hitters: Barone 2-4, 2 runs; C. Watkins 1-3, run. Top Selinsgrove hitters: Teague Hoover 1-4, 2-run HR; Nate Schon 1-2, 2-run HR.

Women’s Lacrosse

Lycoming 21, Arcadia 12

Arcadia 6 6 — 12

Lycoming 10 11 — 21

Arcadia goals: Julia Imbert 6; Nicole Kress 3; Michaela Ferlow 2; Jess Kaye 1. Assists: Emily Covert 1; Jess Kaye 1; Nicole Kress 1. Lycoming goals: Kelly McGinniss 9; Hailey Kimble 7; Cecilia Massey 2; Thamina Peti 2; Emma Lehr 1. Assists: Hailey Kimble 5; Kelly McGinniss 2; Cecilia Massey 1; Alexis Tchou 1.

Kutztown 14, Lock Haven 12

Lock Haven 6 6 — 12

Kutztown 7 7 — 14

Lock Haven goals: Kate Hooper 5, Caitlin Morrow 2, Braxtin Reddinger 2, Zoe Waddell 2, Raleigh Bateman 1. Assists- Braxtin Reddinger 2, Loren Librizzi 2, Caitlin Morrow 1, Campbell Brant 1. Kutztown goals: Makayla Bowman 5, Lauren Schmidt 4, Emily Smith 3, Cyla Cafferata 2. Assists- Emily Smith 2, Erin Vaughan Ware 2, Lauren Schmidt 1, Cyla Cafferata 1, Destanee Watkins 1.

Men’s Lacrosse

Lycoming 12, Arcadia 11 (OT)

Lycoming 4 1 2 4 1 — 12

Arcadia 5 4 0 2 0 — 11

Lycoming goals: Andrew Ream 3; Drew Collins 2; Connor Riorden 2; Owen Zimmerman 1; Shain Quigley 1; Travis Rode 1; Blake Premo 1; Dominick Massaro 1. Assists: Owen Zimmerman 3; Drew Collins 2; Shain Quigley 2; Blake Premo 1; Andrew Ream 1; Travis Rode 1. Arcadia goals: Josh Keitz 3; Clo Muscara 2; Brady Manion 2; Wesley Sporer 2; Joe Pedisich 1; Kameron McKithen 1. Assists: Clo Muscara 2; Brady Manion 1.

Women’s Tennis

Alvernia 8, Lycoming 1

SINGLES

1. Hannah Summerson (L) def. Amanda Phillips, 7-5, 6-4; 2. Ariana Chuprinsky (A) def. Julia Nagle, 6-0, 6-1; 3. Emily Thek (A) def. Brittany Lenze, 6-0, 6-1; 4. Laura Covely (A) def. Allyson Dugan, 3-0, retired; 5. Cassandra Bean (A) def. Wiliana Lundy, 6-3, 6-0; 6. Rachel Rineer (A) def. Abby Flemming, 6-0, 6-0.

DOUBLES

1. Ariana Chuprinsky/Amanda Phillips (A) def. Julia Nagle/Hannah Summerson, 8-2; 2. 2. Laura Covely/Emily Thek (A) def. Brittany Lenze/Wiliana Lundy, 8-2; 3. Cassandra Bean/Leah Kemper (A) def. Allyson Dugan/Abby Flemming, 8-1.

Marywood 9, Penn College 0

SINGLES

1. Danielle Ogonowski (M) def. Amber Janelli, 6-0, 6-1; 2. Nicole Sinclair (M) def. Emily Bell, 6-1, 6-2; 3. Emily Zarrilli (M) def. Alexis Youse, 6-1, 6-0; 4. Deena Haroun Mahdavi (M) def. Cassie Shook, 6-1, 6-2; 5. Devin Zombek (M) def. Marcie Harman, 6-2, 6-0; 6. Lyndsey Medric (M) def. Deidre Satterly, 6-1, 6-0.

DOUBLES

1. Danielle Ogonowski/ Nicole Sinclair (M) def. Emily Bell/ Amber Janelli, 8-1; 2. Emily Zarrilli/Devin Zombek (M) def. Alexis Youse/ Cassie Shook, 8-4; 3. Lyndsey Medric/ Brooke Panek (M) def. Marcie Harman/ Deidre Satterly, 8-0.

Men’s Tennis

Penn College 9, Marywood 0

SINGLES

1. Tucker Phillippe-Joh (PCT) def. Momar Fall 6-0, 6-2; 2. Blake Whitmire (PCT) def. Jarrod Palmer 6-1, 6-0; 3. Will DeMarco (PCT) def. Rohan Patel 6-0, 6-2; 4. PCT by forfeit; 5. PCT by forfeit; 6. PCT by forfeit.

DOUBLES

1. Will DeMarco/Darien Hively (PCT) def. Momar Fall/Jarrod Palmer 8-1; 2. PCT by forfeit; 3. PCT by forfeit.

College Softball

Lycoming 1, Hood 0

(GAME ONE)

Hood 000 000 0 — 0 5 1

Lycoming 000 001 x — 1 5 1

Maddie Walter and Jordan Specht. Liz Nace and Kacee Reitz. W: Nace (7-6). L: Walter (5-6).

Top Hood hitters: Cailyn Barthlow 2-3; Jordan Specht 1-3 2B. Top Lycoming hitters: Kayla Kline 2-3; Kacee Reitz 2-3 2B, RBI.

Lycoming 4, Hood 3

(GAME TWO)

Hood 001 100 1 — 3 7 0

Lycoming 003 000 1 — 4 13 2

Maddie Walter and Jordan Specht. Mikayla Aldenderfer and Isabella Gackenbach. W: Aldenderfer (10-6). L: Walter (5-9).

Top Hood hitters: Jules Baker 2-4 3B, RBI, run; Katelyn Long 2-4 RBI. Top Lycoming hitters: Madison Brown 3-4 run; Darci Warriner 1-3 2B, RBI; Kacee Reitz 2-4 run; Rachel Duda 2-2 run, RBI.

Cazenovia 6, Penn College 5

(GAME ONE)

(8 INNINGS)

Penn College 202 000 01 — 5 12 8

Cazenovia 000 013 02 — 6 8 3

Morgan Heritage and Emily Wikane. Lauren Kelleher, Abigail House (5) and Caitlin Kelleher. W: House (1-6). L: Heritage (3-7).

Top Penn College hitters: Taylor Krow 4-5 2B, RBI; Taylor Brooks 1-4 2B, 2 RBIs; Chelsea Gray 1-5 2 runs; Gillian Sinnott 1-4 2B, RBI, run. Top Cazenovia hitters: McKenzie Harris 2-4 HR, 2 runs, 3 RBIs; Caitlin Kelleher 2-4 2 2Bs, 3 RBIs.

Penn College 11, Cazenovia 3

(GAME ONE)

(5 INNINGS)

Penn College 701 03 — 11 12 2

Cazenovia 000 03 — 3 8 2

Kyla Benner and Kylie Schreiner. McKenzie Harris, Serafina French (5) and Laura Matekovic. W: Benner. L: Harris (3-4).

Top Penn College hitters: Kylie Schreiner 2-4 run; Taylor Brooks 3-4 run, 3 RBIs; Gillian Sinnott 2-3 2B, RBI, run; Shayla Bickel 2-3 run. Top Cazenovia hitters: Lauren Kelleher 2-3 run.

Bloomsburg 4, Mansfield 1

(GAME ONE)

Mansfield 000 001 0 — 1 4 4

Bloomsburg 01 102 x — 4 11 1

Arianna Young and Anastasia Hester. Abby Wild and Briannah Dobson. W: Wild (13-6). L: Young (4-4).

Top Mansfield hitters: Joelle Snyder 1-3 2B, run; Cassidy Smith 2-3. Top Bloomsburg hitters: Taylor Winkelman 2-4 RBI, run; Sammi Starr 2-4 2 runs; Alexa Erney 2-3; Kelsey Impink 2-3 RBI, run.

Bloomsburg 8, Mansfield 5

(GAME TWO)

Mansfield 101 000 3 – 5 7 6

Bloomsburg 000 008 x — 8 8 2

Alexis Easling, Connor Decker (6), Arianna Young (6) and Hannah Breitigan. Tara Baney, Abby Wild (3) and Ashli Venokur, Brianna Dobson. W: Wild (14-6). L: Decker (0-2).

Top Mansfield hitters: Deshae Jones 1-1 2 runs, 3 walks; Joelle Snyder 1-3 2B, run; Leah McGovern 1-3 RBI. Top Bloomsburg hitters: Marissa Shelhamer 2-4 2B, RBI, run; Sammi Starr 2-4 RBI, run; Alexa Erney 2-2; Erin DelPierre 1-4 3B, 2 RBIs, run.

College Baseball

Millersville 21, Mansfield 2

(GAME ONE)

Millersville 41(10) 200 4 — 21 17 0

Mansfield 100 100 0 — 2 3 3

Cordell Shannon, John Turner (4), Paul Wilson (5), Kris Pirozzi (6), Alex Mykut (7) and Brandon Nickel. Tyler Guidos, Sean Heery (3), Jake Mankle (3) and Camren Ney. W: Shannon (8-1). L: Guidos (0-4).

Top Millersville hitters: Cole Friese 2-4, HR, 2 RBIs, 2 runs; Jimmy Cain 2-3, HR, 3 runs, 5 RBIs; Luke Trainer 1-2, HR, 3 runs, 2 RBIs; Eric Callahan 3-5, HR, 3 runs, 3 RBIs; Dominic Hardaway 3-5, 2 HRs, 3 runs, 5 RBIs. Top Mansfield hitters: Tony Brown 1-1, RBI.

Millersville 15, Mansfield 4

(GAME TWO)

Millersville 000 077 1 — 15 19 1

Mansfield 100 102 0 — 4 9 1

Daniel Ross, Bobby Dorta (3), Tyler Yankosky (4), Aidan Welch (5), Christian Wingard (5), Andrew Mayhew (5), D. Hutchison (6) and Ben Snyder. Bryce Zaparzynski, Joseph DePerno (5), Brian Jordan (6), Tom Heenan (7) and Camren Ney. W: Yankosky (3-0). L: Zaparzynski (1-3).

Top Millersville hitters: Ben Snyder 2-5, RBI, run; Jimmy Cain 2-4, 2 runs, RBI; Luke Trainer 3-5, 3 RBIs, run; Eric Callahan 2-5, 2 HRs, 2 runs, 5 RBIs; Dominic Hardaway 3-4, HR, 2 runs, RBI; Christian Del Toro 1-1, solo HR. Top Mansfield hitters: Eric Senior 2-4, RBI; Dom Lopz 3-4; Tyler Guidos 1-3, 2 runs; Tony Brown 1-1, run.

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