Warrior Run girls top Hughesville, 1-0, in OT
• Amber Axman found the back of the net and extended Warrior Run’s season as it defeated Hughesville, 1-0, in overtime in the first round of the Class AA District 4 playoffs. Warrior Run advances to play second-seeded Benton on Thursday night at 7 p.m. at Loyalsock.
• First-half scores from sophomore Kalu Ume and freshman Kellen Krebslifted the Lycoming College men’s soccer team to a 2-0 MAC Commonwealth victory over Albright.
The Warriors (9-6 overall, 3-2 MAC Commonwealth) struck first in the sixth minute when sophomore Tajhon Willis sent a corner kick into the box that was redirected by a defender — right to Ume — who sent a header over the keeper’s outstretched hand for his third goal of the year.
• In women’s soccer, Penn College surrendered a late score in the first half, and an early tally in the second, in a 2-1 loss to Juniata College. Dominique Brown scored the opening goal in the 14th minute and Taylor Gonzales had eight saves in goal.
• Mansfield University field hockey remained on the Penn Monto/NFHCA national rankings at No. 10 in the latest edition of the coaches poll. The Mountaineers cracked the national rankings for the first time since 2012 last week, coming in at No. 10 in the nation.
• In college football, Hughesville grad Nick Yeager received D3football.com Team of the Week honors on defense. The Misericordia cornerback had two interceptions, a forced fumble and five tackles in a 40-14 win of FDU-Florham to help the Cougars improve to 4-0 in the MAC.
For the second time this season, David Butler was named the Collegiate Sprint Football League Offensive Player of the Week.
Butler pounded out 179 yards on the ground and three rushing touchdowns to lead Mansfield to a historic 44-13 win over Cornell. It marked the first win over Cornell in program history and matched last season’s record win total of four games.
• Lock Haven’s Hunter Confair, a Warrior Run grad, earned PSAC Men’s Cross Country Athlete of the Week honors. Confair led the way for the Bald Eagles at the Gettysburg Invitational with a time of 28:49.20. He was 86th overall out of 230-plus runners.
• Central Mountain grad Ellie Nesbitt was named PSAC Women’s Cross Country Athlete of the Week. She covered the 6,000-meter course at the Gettysburg Invitational in 25:45.00, finishing 71st out of 250-plus runners.
• In girls volleyball, Galeton stormed back after dropping the first two sets to defeated Cameron County, 3-2. Makenna Shuemaker filled the stat sheet with a team high 18 digs, seven kills, six aces and two kills.Alexis Johnson had ten kills and five blocks and Maddie Sauley had a team high four aces.
North Penn Liberty swept Williamson, 3-0, (25-11, 25-10, 25-8). Maddison Minyo had 11 points, 10 kills, and 6 digs. Grace Tice had 6 points, 9 kills, and 6 blocks. Charisma Grega had 10 points, 6 kills, and 7 digs. JoAnne McNamara had 10 points and 21 assists. Lizzi Welch addes 5 kills and 4 blocks.
Wellsboro defeated Northeast Bradford, 3-0, (25-15, 25-15, 25-16). Caitlyn Callahan had a team-high 19 kills and three aces. Megan Starkweather had 14 assists and Bailey Monks had two blocks.
Lycoming 2, Albright 0
Albright 0 0 — 0
Lycoming 2 0 — 2
LC–Kalu Ume, 5:39. LC–Kellen Krebs (Drew Johnson, Mason Novobilski), 44:36.
Shots: A 7, L 20. Saves: A 5 (Billy Mullen 5), L 1 (Zack Donoway 1).
Juniata College 2,
Penn College 0
PC–Dominique Brown, 13:15. JC–Fiona McDonald (Emma Moreland), 40:56. JC–McDonald (Moreland), 59:58.
Shots: PC 7, LVC 15. Corners: PC 2, LVC 3. Saves: PC 8 (Taylro Gonzales), LVC 4 (Gianna Canale).
Record: Penn College (7-7-1). Next: Penn College at Morrisville State, Saturday, 3 p.m.
Galeton 3, Cameron County 2
(19-25, 23-25, 26-24, 25-23, 15-13)
Galeton (Kills-ace-block): Alli Macensky 13-1-1; Alexis Johnson 10-1-5; Makenna Shuemaker 2-6-0; Kate Kulsih 2-0-0; Tressa Succowich 1-2-0; Olivia Rohrbaugh 1-0-0; Maddie Sauley 0-4-0; Cara Parsell 0-2-0; Taylor Novinger 0-1-0. Assists: Kate Kulish 13. Digs: Makenna Shuemaker 18, Caral Parsell 15, Kate Kulish 11.
*–Cameron County stats unavailable
Wellsboro 3, N.E.B 0
(25-15, 25-15, 25-16)
Wellsboro (Kills-ace-block): Caitlyn Callahan 19-3-2; Shiloh Duff 8-0-0; Bailey Monks 5-0-2; Megan Starkweather 5-0-0; Breigh Kemp 5-0-0. Assists: Megan Starkweather 14. Digs: Ryann Adams 12.