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Local roundup: Aleaha Bigelow sets all-time girls scoring mark at Muncy

Muncy senior Aleaha Bigelow scored four goals and in the process became the school’s all-time leading goal scorer in girls soccer in a 9-4 win against Sayre.

The four goals put Bigelow at 71 for her career, surpassing Carley DeVore’s mark of 69.

Montgomery goalie Abi Duck had the game of her life, recording 35 saves to prevent Lourdes from beating Montgomery in a double overtime scoreless draw.

“It was incredible. She just kept us in the whole game. Obviously you don’t want to see a goalie get that many shots, but she kept her composure the whole game,” Montgomery coach Melissa Balliet said. “Toward the end of the game, they had momentum and she just got the ball every time and punched a couple out. She stayed calm and just save after save, kept us in it.”

Taylor Fleming, Madison Maihle, Devon Walker and Natalie Hayes all scored in Jersey Shore’s 4-0 win over Danville.

Lydia Earnest scored in 14 seconds for Montoursville as the Warriors tied with Mifflinburg in double overtime, 1-1. Avery Zales had 15 saves.

Katie Penman scored the opening goal in the fifth minute, but Williamsport fell to Shikellamy, 3-1. Talia Lewis assisted Penman and Lila Vogelsong and Dalia Engel combined for seven saves.

• In boys soccer, Hughesville lost in double overtime to Southern Columbia, 3-2. Justus Leighow and Austin Lewis both scored on unassisted goals to tie the game at 2-2 after trailing 2-0 midway through the second half.

Montoursville lost to Millville, 4-0, as the Quakers’ Eli Klinger recorded a hat trick in a three-minute span in the second half.

North Penn-Liberty fell to Northern Potter, 2-1. Caiden Alexander scored on a penalty kick in the 15th minute. Jayden Good had nine saves in goal.

• Williamsport’s girls tennis team lost a close match to Wyoming Valley West, 3-2, in the semifinals of the District 2-4 Class AAA team championships.

Mia Shuler won for the Millionaires at No. 1 singles, 6-0, 6-2. Kalindi Maggs earned a win at No. 2 singles, 6-0, 6-4.

North Penn-Liberty defeated St. John Neumann, 5-2. Earning wins for Liberty were Emma Eglesia, Aubrey Griess, Daja Weaver and Kt Nealen from Nos. 2 to 5 singles, respectivley.

• In boys cross country,Alejandro Quintana ran to a new course record at Loyalsock as the Lancers boys beat Mifflinburg, Selinsgrove and Bloomsburg.

Quintana finished his home course in 15:24, three seconds faster than Jersey Shore’s Isaac Davis course record in 2017. Andreas Quintana finished second in 17:40 and Alex Reed was fourth.

Sullivan County defeated Sayre, 15-50, but fell to North Penn-Mansfield, 15-45. Mansfield’s runners led the pack and finished the top five finishers before Ethan Walker (20:11) and Chris Walsh (20:33) finished sixth and seventh.

The Lewisburg boys finished their season with an undefeated record of 19-0 as the Green Dragons beat Warrior Run, South Williamsport and Danville at Danville. Jacob Hess (17:03) and Peter Lance (17:24) led the pack to the finish line ahead of Warrior Run’s Damien Moser (17:32) and South Williamsport’s Port Hablar (17:42).

Montoursville fell to both Shikellamy (16-47) and Southern Columbia (21-38) at Southern Columbia. Jeremiah Souloff was Montoursville’s top runner as the only Warrior finished in the top ten in 18:21 for sixth place.

Wellsboro’s Aidan Fletcher placed 12th in a meet with Wyalusing and Athens. Wyalusing beat Wellsboro (15-42) and Athens (19-36) and Wellsboro lost to Athens (15-49).

• In girls cross country, Sullivan County defeated Sayre (15-50) and fell to North Penn-Mansfield (18-42) on Tuesday. Emma Harris was the top runner for Mansfield who finished the course in 21:53. Sophie Springman ran to a fifth place finish in 23:42 for Sullivan County.

Lewisburg earned the HAC-II title by defeating Danville, 19-40. Warrior Run defeated Lewisburg (22-33) for the only loss of the season in a race closer than the score indicated.

Warrior Run’s Lauren Tripani led the pack as she finished in 19:03. Emma Hiller was second in 20:51, and Mikayla Majcher finished fourth in 21:10.

Montoursville defeated Southern Columbia in a close race, 23-26, but fell to Shikellamy (22-33). Raya Pauling and Molly Cole led the Warriors with a fourth anf fifth place dinish, respectivley.

Loyalsock went 2-1 as it beat Mifflinburg (21-36) and Bloomsburg (22-35), but fell to Selinsgrove (21-30). Emma Tredinnick was the Lancers’ top finisher with a third place finish in 20:27.

Wellsboro defeated AThens (15-50) but lost to Wyalusing (26-29). Wellsboro’s Madeline Gage took first in the meet. Wyalusing also beat Athens, 15-50.

• Lewisburg and Bloomsburg field hockey played to a 1-1 tie. Gaby Markunas scored the equalizing goal in the 25th minute and Kerstin Koons had seven stops.

• In girls volleyball, North Penn-Liberty swept Troy, 3-0, (25-15, 25-11, 25-6). Maddison Minyo had 10 points, 12 kills, and 12 digs.

• Brittany Ryan became Mansfield’s field hockey all-time leader in shutouts and Larissa Motts recorded a hat trick as the Mounties came away with a big 3-0 win at Indiana (Pa.).

Ryan recorded her fourth shutout of the year and 11th of her career to surpass Brianna DeLuca (2005-08). Motts scored each of her first two goals in the final minute of both the first and second quarters.

• In women’s soccer, Bucknell fell 2-1 to Columbia in the last remaining seconds of the first overtime period. Annabelle Heisel scored her first career goal for the Bison. Raegan Dunwoodie logged six saves in her first career star in goal.

Penn College lost to Susquehanna, 3-0. Warrior Run grad Madi Welliver earned the shutout in goal for Susquehanna, recording six saves.

Penn College earn the United Soccer Coaches Academic Award this week.

• Penn College lost to Juniata, 2-1. The Wildcats’ lone goal came from Greg Conkle on an assist by Colton Wartman.

Penn College earned the United Soccer Coaches Academic Award for the second straight year.

• Penn College totaled 317 to place fifth at the Gettysburg Fall Invitational. Alex Acree led the Wildcats with 76 to place eighth.

• In women’s volleyball, Elle Jednorski notched a match-high 18 kills to go with four blocks to lead Lycoming, but the Warriors fell to Messiah, 3-1 (17-25, 25-19, 25-22, 25-22). Alysa McDevitt and Kiannah Titus each had five kills, with Titus adding 13 digs.

GIRLS SOCCER

Muncy 9, Sayre 4

M–Aleaha Bigelow (Lauren Anderson), 2:00. M–Aleaha Bigelow (Avery Bigelow), 7:00. M–Aleaha Bigelow, 9:50. M–Mia Edkin (Hannah Dgien), 10:10. M–Ashlynn Fowler (Aleaha Bigelow), 11:00. M–Fowler (Paissia Lynn), 13:15. S–R. Haney, 42:40. M–Fowler, 43:30. M–Aleaha Bigelow, 61:00. S–R. Haney (A. Barnhart), 64:00. S–R. Haney, 67:30. M–Avery Bigelow (penalty kick), 73:30. S–R. Haney (n/a).

Shots: M 29, S 12. Corners: M 4, S 4. Saves: M 8 (Sarah Dgien 4, Abby Shaffer 4), S 6.

Records: Muncy (5-7).

Montgomery 0,

Lourdes 0 (2 OT)

Shots: M 8, L 38. Corners: M 0, L 4. Saves: M 35 (Abi Duck), L 8.

Records: Montgomery (2-10-1). Next game: Millville tomorrow, at Millville, 5:30 p.m.

Jersey Shore 4, Danville 0

JS–Taylor Fleming, 6:59. JS–Madison Maihle (penalty kick), 2:12. JS–Devon Walker (Meg Keegan), 5:40. JS–Natalie Hayes, 0:27.5.

Shots: JS 6, D 5. Corners: JS 3, D 2. Saves: JS 4 (Liz Fishel), D 3 (Morgan Everett).

Montoursville 1,

Mifflinburg 1 (2 OT)

Mtv–Lydia Earnest, 0:14. Miff–Snook, 30:00.

Shots: Mtv 11, Miff 16. Corners: Mtv 1, Miff 6. Saves: Mtv 15 (Avery Zales), Miff 10.

Shikellamy 3, Williamsport 1

W–Katie Penman (Talia Lewis), 5:00. S–Mackenzie Good, 15:00. S–Hannah Long, 33:00. S–Riley 68:00. Shots: S 10, W 7. Corners: S 5, W 5. Saves: Williamsport 7 (Lila Vogelsong, Dalia Engel), S 6 (Cassi Ronk).

Record: Williamsport (9-3-3). Montoursville at Williamsport, Thursday, 7 p.m.

BOYS SOCCER

Southern Columbia 3, Hughesville 2 (2 OT)

SC–Bryson Pita (Aden Trathen), 21:40. SC–Pita, 33:02. H–Justus Leighow, 14:49. H–Austin Lewis, 9:24. SC–Alexander Morrison, 4:24.

Shots: H 4, SC 7. Corners: H 1, SC 6. Saves: H 4 (Austin Sheatler), SC 2 (Savich Chapman).

Records: Hughesville (9-5).

Millville 4, Montoursville 0

Mil–Ian Ludwig, 36:13. Mil–Eli Klinger, 60:15. Mil–Klinger, 62:54. Mil–Klinger, 63:50.

Shots: Mtv 6, Mil 11. Corners: Mtv 4, Mil 3. Saves: Mtv 8 (Zach Baylor), Mil 2 (Landon Evans).

Northern Potter 2, North Penn-Liberty 1

NP–Ryan Laogworthy (Tre Slawson), 12:41. NPL–Caiden Alexander (PK), 14:04. NP–Laogworthy (Ezra Sprow), 16:52.

Shots: NP 12, NPL 13. Corners: NP 4, NPL 7. Saves: NP 8 (Pat Rehman), NPL 9 (Jayden Good).

GIRLS TENNIS

Wyoming Valley West 3,

Williamsport 2

(DISTRICT 2-4 CLASS AAA TEAM TENNIS SEMIFINALS)

(at Kirby Park)

SINGLES

1. Mia Shuler (W) def. Anabel Gifoli, 6-0, 6-2. 2. Kalindi Maggs (W) def. Claire Capin, 6-0, 6-4. 3. Sara Hoskins (WVW) def. Rosie Flock, 6-3, 6-7 (5), 6-3.

DOUBLES

1. Julia Franks/Morgan Shedlosky (WVW) def. Ally McCann/Breanna Chica, 6-2, 6-1. 2. Kara Mackiewicz/Ivana Melecevic, (WVW) def. Emma Campbell/Mary Kate Hillman, 1-6, 6-3, 7-5.

North Penn Liberty 5,

St. John Neumann 2

SINGLES

1. Maria Helminiak (SJN) def. Daina Dawes, 6-1, 6-0. 2. Emma Eglesia (NPL) def. Julina Kriner, 6-3, 6-1. 3. Aubrey Griess (NPL) def. Ophira Weiser, 6-0, 6-0. 4. Daja Weaver (NPL) def. Madison Minear, 6-0, 6-0. 5. KT. Nealon, (NPL) by forfeit.

DOUBLES

1. Maria Helminiak/Julia Kriner (SJN) def. KT Nealen/Aubrey Griess, 6-2, 6-2.2. KT Nealen/Jasmine Tomko (NPL) def. Ophira Weiser/Madison Minear, 6-1, 6-0.

BOYS CROSS COUNTRY

Sullivan County 15, Sayre 50

N.P.-Mansfield 15, Sullivan County 45

T1. Sam Shedden, NPM, 17:56. T1. Noah Shedden, NPM, 17:56. 3. Seth Nelson, NPM, 18:52. 4. Roger Learn, NPM, 19:19. 5. Morgan Rutlage, NPM, 19:48. 6. Ethan Walker, SC, 20:11. 7. Chris Walsh, SC, 20:33. 8. Logan Goudreau, S, 21:43. 9. Nathan Romano, S, 22:07. 10. Isaac Tice, NPM, 22:31.

Lewisburg 18, Danville 18

Danville 23, Warrior Run 36

Danville 23, South Williamsport 36

Lewisburg 18, Warrior Run 44

1. Jacob Hess, L, 17:03. 2. Peter Lance, L, 17:24. 3. Damien Moser, WR, 17:32. 4. Port Hablar, SW, 17:42. 5. Calvin Bradley, L, 17:46. 6. Eli Zachariah, D, 17:51. 7. Thomas Hess, L, 17:55. 8. Rory Leiberman, D, 17:56. 9. Evan Hart, L, 18:03. 10. Jain Lica, L, 18:07.

Shikellamy 16, Montoursville 47

Southern Columbia 21, Montoursville 38

1. Carter Balliet, S, 17:02. 2. Nolan Reynolds, S, 17:31. 3. Paul Snyder, S, 17:35. 4. Brady Resse, SC, 17:54. 5. Micah Zellers, S, 18:09. 6. Jeremiah Souloff, M, 18:21. 7. Nathan Hixson, S, 18:29. 8. Keegan Moylan, S, 18:29. 9. Eric Dixon, S, 18:38. 10. Tim Gale, S, 18:41.

Loyalsock 23, Mifflinburg 32

Loyalsock 19, Selinsgrove 38

Loyalsock 24, Bloomsburg 33

1. Alejandro Quintana, L, 15:24. (course record by Isaac Davis 15:27). 2. Andreas Quintana, L, 17:40. 3. Josh Woodoby, B, 17:44. 4. Alex Reed, L, 17:50. 5. Tyler Foltz, M, 17:59. 6. Harrison Abram, M, 18:07. 7. Zach Grodotzake, M, 18:11. 8. Dominic Jennings, L, 18:24. 9. Daniel Reimer, M, 18:26. 10. Mason Reitendack, S, 18:27.

GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY

Sullivan County 15, Sayre 50

North Penn-Mansfield 18, Sullivan County 42

1. Kayla Hughui, S, 21:20. 2. Emma Harris, NPM, 21:53. 3. Ella Farrer, NPM, 23:01. 4. Lucy Coller, S, 23:08. 5. Sophie Springman, SC, 23:42. 6. Sara Richard, NPM, 25:08. 7. Grace Farrer, NPM, 25:27. 8. Breanna Wilson, NPM, 25:29. 9. Olivia Harney, SC, 26:04. 10. Matthea Mitchell, NPM, 26:21.

Lewisburg 19, Danville 40

Warrior Run 17, Danville 41

Warrior Run 22, Danville 33

1. Lauren Tripani, WR, 19:31. 2. Emma Hiller, WR, 20:51. 3. Delaney Humphrey, L, 21:02. 4. Mikayla Majcher, WR, 21:10. 5. Hannah Mirshahi, L, 21:12. 6. Olivia Bennett, L, 12:21. 7. Cayla Bartholomew, D, 21:26. 8. Alyssa Hoffman, WR, 21:40. 9. Alana Ranck, WR, 21:47. 10. Emma Mikita, D, 21:49.

Shikellamy 22, Montoursville 33

Montoursville 26, Southern Columbia 29

1. Macy Carper, S, 19:58. 2. Alyssa Keeley, S, 19:56. 3. Annabell Reck, SC, 21:17. 4. Raya Pauling, M, 21:32. 5. Molly Cole, M, 21:42. 6. Heather Cecco, SC, 22:22. 7. Emma Strausser, S, 22:33. 8. Brianna Hennett, S, 22:41. 9. Erin Witter, M, 22:42. 10. Melia Raker, S, 23:23.

Loyalsock 21, Mifflinburg 36

Selinsgrove 21, Loyalsock 30

Loyalsock 22, Bloomsburg 35

1. Mikayla Catherman, S, 20:08. 2. Adelins, Leason, S, 20:08. 3. Emma Tredinnick, L, 20:27. 4. Myka Sagar, L, 20:48. 5. Zoe Tomko, S, 20:50. 6. Bria Mayes, S, 21:01. 7. Anna Weber, B, 21:13. 8. Marissa Allen, M, 21:42. 9. Mary Rose Molina-Sherman, S, 22:29 10. Laura Mahorn, S, 22:38.

FIELD HOCKEY

Lewisburg 1, Bloomsburg 1

B–Kassie Bond (Erica Yodock), 22:07. L–Gaby Markunas, 24:22.

Shots: L 16, B 8. Corners: L 9, B 3. Saves: L 7 (Kerstin Koons), B 15 (Nadja Hartmann).

JV score: Bloomsburg, 2-1.

WOMEN’S FIELD HOCKEY

Mansfield 3, Indiana (Pa.) 0

MU–Larissa Motts (Dana Evans), 14:43. MU–Motts, 29:51. MU–Motts (Sarame Radel), 38:51.

Shots: MU 7, IUP 1. Corners: MU 4, IUP 2. Saves: MU 1 (Brittany Ryan), IUP 4 (Paeton Hartmann).

Records: Mansfield (8-3). Next game: Seton Hill at Mansfield, Friday, 3 p.m.

WOMEN’S SOCCER

Susquehanna 3

Penn College 0

Susquehanna 1 2 — 3

Penn College 0 0 — 0

S–Gillian Maack, 21:31. S–Anna Werner, 51:23. S–Caroline Lewis, 56:28.

Shots: SU 27, PCT 6. Corners; SU 3, PCT 1. Saves: SU 6, PCT 8.

Records: Susquehanna (9-2-1), Penn College (4-6-1).

MEN’S SOCCER

Juniata 2, Penn College 1

J–Jarrod Gibson (Wyatt Page), 2:30. J–Nick Sinapius (Samuel Patston), 78:27. PCT–Greg Conkle (Colton Wartman), 79:41.

Shots: PCT 6, J 18. Corners: PCT 0, J 1. Saves: PCT 5, J 1.

Records: Penn College (1-8-1), Juniata (6-6-1).

WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL

Messiah 4, Lycoming 1

(17-25, 25-19, 25-22, 25-22)

Messiah (Kills-aces-blocks): Kate Preudhomme 11-2-2; Lanae Hunsberger 11-0-0; Payton Manwaring 9-0-3; Natalie Marsch 7-1-2; Mary Underman 5-4-2; Kristen Seibert 1-1-1; Heston Cowoski 0-1-0; Hailey Miller 0-2-0; Totals 44-11-5. Assists: Kristen Seibert 32. Digs: Natalie Marsch 14; Hailey Miller 7.

Lycoming (Kills-aces-blocks): Elle Jednorski 18-0-4; Katie Hausknecht 8-0-1; Alysa McDevitt 5-1-0; Kiannah Titus 5-1-1; Elizabeth Kelson 4-0-8; Emily Morris 3-1-2; Lilly Singleton 0-3-0; Darci Warriner 0-1-0; Lindsay Beck 0-1-0; Totals 43-8-9. Assists: Emily Morris 37. Digs: Lindsay Beck 17; Kiannah Titus 13; Darci Warriner 11; Emily Morris 9.

Records: Lycoming (13-10). Next match: Lycoming at Ana G. Mendez, in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Saturday, 10 a.m.

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