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Local roundup: South Williamsport defeats Loyalsock in boys tennis, 4-1

South Williamsport defeated Loyalsock, 4-1, in boys tennis. The Lancers’ Jett Pulizzi earned a 2-6, 6-2, 7-6 (5) win at No. 2 singles over Kade Sanford.

Logan Ogden won at No. 1 singles, 3-6, 7-6 (5), 10-5 against Sean Jensen and Ross Flerlage won at No. 3 singles for the Mounties, 6-4, 6-1, against Liam Bastian.

Galeton defeated North Penn-Liberty, 4-1. Braiden Cimino won at No. 2 singles for Galeton, 6-4, 4-6, 6-2. North Penn-Liberty’s duo of River Hicks-Lee and Allen Weed won at No. 1 doubles, 6-1, 6-3.

In high school softball, Claire Alexander and Abby Spaptzer combined in a five-inning no-hitter as South Williamsport beat Sugar Valley, 11-0, in the second game of a doubleheader. The Mounties won the first game, 21-2, in three innings.

In the first game, Alexander went 3 for 4 with four RBIs and Spatzer was 3 for 3 with two doubles and four RBIs. Rachael Stahl, Beck, Alexander and Aurora Beamer all had two hits in the second game.

Sugar Valley scored its two runs against the Mounties in the first game in the thrid inning and were held to just three hits.

Sullivan County fell to Hughesville, 18-0. The Spartans offense was on fire from the get go, scoring 10 runs in the first inning.

Sarah Wertz led Hughesville by going 3 for 4 with three RBIs, a double and home run. Mackenzy Swisher and Jenna Davis both had two hits and Davis had a double and five RBIs.

Lorena Marquardt had Sullivan County’s only hit, a double.

Williamsport erupted for nine first-inning runs and collected 11 hits Saturday afternoon, routing defending state champion Punxsutawney, 11-2. Myla Kelley tripled twice, Jayla Bartholomew went 3 for 4 with a triple and Nicole Belton was 2 for 2 with two RBIs. Isabelle Griswold also had two hits and two RBIs while Kendall McAnelly, Layla Waldman and Avery Eiswerth combined on a six-hitter as Williamsport improved to 3-0.

Warrior Run broke open a close game in the seventh inning, scoring 15 times and defeated Millville 21-3 while winning its second straight game. Gracy Beachel had two hits, including a home run while Emma Kaufman doubled twice. Winning pitcher Kaelyn Watson added two hits and a double.

In high school baseball, Grant Bachman and Makai Day combined on a seven-hitter and struck out 10 as South Williamsport defeated Montgomery, 6-2 in a battle of defending district champions. South took the lead for good in the third inning, scoring three times and going up, 4-1. Landon Lorson had a hit, two RBIs and two steals while Alex Neidig scored twice and added an RBI. Thayden Miller went 2 for 4 and drove in two runs for Montgomery.

Connor Davis went 2 for 2 with a home run and four RBIs as Jersey Shore thumped Towanda, 12-0 in five innings. Nate Myers, Connor Griffin and Tyler Bauder combined on the two-hit shutout and also struck out nine. Griffin struck out all three batters he faced and Karter Peacock stole four bases as Jersey Shore improved to 3-1.

Max Rymsa earned the win, delivered two hits and drove in four runs as Muncy defeated Sugar Valley, 18-1 in three innings. Kaydn Berry went 3 for 3 with two doubles and Gio Persun was 2 for 4 with two RBIs, giving him four RBIs over the last two days.

Deacon Brown and Carter Sagan each hit home runs and Williamsport made a game it trailed by 11 runs in the first inning mighty interesting before losing 17-14 at Punxsutawney. Brown went 4 for 4 with four RBIs and Sagan also hit a triple while driving in five runs. Xavier Taylor was 3 for 3, Braeden Mazzante had two hits with four runs and Owen Berry went 3 for 5 with two RBIs. Thomas Aversa added two hits.

In a quad meet at Hughesville, Milton beat Montgomery (127-21), Jersey Shore (9-51) and Hughesville (103.5-46.5) in boys track and field. Jersey SHore defeated Montgomery (106-35) and Hughesville (79-69), and Hughesville earned a 94-44 win against Montgomery.

Milton’s Cole Goodwin won the discus by 21 feet and then won the shot put with a throw of 45 feet.

Jersey Shore’s Ezra Miller won the 110 hurdles in 15:40, winning by three seconds, and won the 300 hurdles in 44.70. The Bulldogs’ Raiden Francis won the 800 in 2:05.00.

In girls track and field, Milton defeated Jersey Shore (110-40) and Hughesville (80-70), and the Spartans earned wins against Montgomery (110-36) and Jersey Shore (101-47) in a quad meet at Hughesville. Jersey Shore beat Montgomery, 94.5-50.5.

Karlee Wallis easily won the discus with a throw of 96 feet, besting Milton’s Anita Shek by 11 feet.

Alex Snyder had success in both the high jump and shot put. In the high jump, Snyder cleared 4-6 to win and threw the shot put a distance of 29-11 1/2, to win by just half an inch over teammate Wallis.

Milton’s Janae Bergey won the 100 hurdles in 16.40, the 100 in 12.50 and picked up a victory in the 200 (26.90). Milton’s Leah Walter earned a win in the 1,600 in 5:33.80, besting Jersey Shore’s Aubrey Sechrist in a close race by just three seconds.

Hughesville’s Eliabeth Fortin won the 400 in 1:04.80 and Sechrist won the 800 in 2:25.30.

The Lycoming College women’s tennis team fell 9-0 to Wilkes in MAC Freedom action.

The doubles team of freshmen Mia Shuler, a Williamsport grad, and Hannah Seebold, a Milton grad, lost 8-4 at No. 1 to Dasha Yakhnis and Zoe Klein. Seebold also won four games in her No. 3 singles match with Sarah Malone.

Lancaster Bible defeated Penn College, 5-4. Marcie Harman won at No. 6 singles for Penn College, 5-7, 6-3, 13-11, and Georgia Leitzel earned a 6-1, 6-4 win for the Wildcats at No. 4 singles.

The Lycoming College men’s tennis team fell 9-0 to Wilkes.

Several of the matches were competitive, with senior Cody Greenaway, a Milton grad, winning five games at No. 2 singles and combining with sophomore Nate Redell, a Wellsboro grad, to win four games at No. 1 doubles. Junior Casey Haas, a Montoursville grad, also won six games at No. 4 singles.

Penn College fell to Lancaster Bible, 7-2. Tucker Phillippe-Johnansson won at No. 1 singles for Penn College, 6-1, 5-7, 10-8 and teammed with Jesse Knight for an 8-7 (10-8) tiebreakk at No. 1 doubles.

Juniors Blake Premo and Owen Zimmerman each recorded hat tricks to lead the Lycoming College men’s lacrosse team, but 20th-ranked Stevens notched a 14-goal first half en route to a 23-6 MAC Freedom win.

Premo scored all three of his goals in the third quarter, two on nice one-timers in front of the crease and one from mid-range. Zimmerman posted a goal in each of the last three quarters of the game and he also assisted one of Premo’s goals and picked up three groundballs.

Sophomore Zach Anderson and first-year Max Anderson each posted an assist.

The Lock Haven University field hockey team recorded another upset of a nationally-ranked conference opponent as the Bald Eagles edged out No. 19 Saint Joseph’s in a shootout for an important Atlantic 10 Conference road victory, 1-0.

The Bald Eagles are now 3-1 in A-10 action as well, as all four games this spring have been conference contests.

Lock Haven’s victory today snapped a six-match losing streak to Saint Joseph’s and marked LHU’s first win over the Hawks since October 17, 2014.

Pounding out 15 hits, the Lycoming College softball team came-from-behind thanks to a four-run fourth inning to post a 9-6 win in the nightcap of a doubleheader with MAC Freedom-leading Misericordia. The Warriors fell in the first game, 4-3, as Misericordia scored the winning run in the fifth inning.

After the Warriors jumped out to a 4-0 lead in the second game, Misericordia scored six runs in a row, taking the lead with a four-run top of the fourth inning. In the bottom of the frame, Lycoming went back to work, though, with sophomore Kaleigh Kinley leading off with a walk. After a sacrifice, junior Kacee Reitz, a Milton grad, singled up the middle to score Kinley and make it 6-5.

Sophomore Morgan Wetzel, a Central Mountain grad, followed with a single down the line and junior Morgan Klosko added a single into right to tie the game. A sac fly gave Lycoming the lead and a double to left-center from freshman Kylie Segraves, a Williamsport grad, made it 8-6.

Penn College swept Lancaster Bible, 11-2 and 5-4, in a doubleheader. In the first game, the Wildcats had 14 hits and Kyle Benner allowed just four hits as she improved to 4-0.

Penn College’s Olivia Hemstock, Ivvy Morder and Montoursville grad Madison Shaffer each had a double in the first contest. Hemstock also went 3 for 4 with an RBI and two runs scored in game two.

Junior Hannah Swartz was 3 for 4 with two RBIs and a homer and sophomore Danielle Goff battled on the mound to lead the Mansfield University softball team in game two, but Lock Haven scored the winning run in the seventh inning to secure a PSAC East sweep. The Mounties fell, 6-5, in the nightcap after falling, 18-8, in the opener.

Joelle Snyder joined Swartz as the second Mountie with multiple hits, finishing 2 for 4 with an RBI and freshman Gabby Drumm belted her first-career homer to lead the Mountie offense.

Lock Haven’s baseball team beat Mansfield in the first game of a doubleheader, 7-0, before falling in the second, 8-3, in a PSAC East game.

In the first game, the Bald Eagles exploded for a seven-run second inning. On the mound, Kyler Mellott pitched a complete game shutout and scattered four hits.

Penn College split with PSU-Berks. The Wildcats won game one, 5-1, before losing the second contest, 5-3. In the first game, Brittan Kittle hit a home run.

Keegan Nytz (2-4, two runs) and Jacob Charles (2-4) both had two hits each in the second game.

Bucknell defeated Colgate, 13-11, in women’s lacrosse. Emma Cashwell scored all four of her goals in the second half and Mason Rode had a critical draw control with three minutes to go in the game to secure Bucknell’s win.

The Bison won their second straight game to improve to 3-3 overall and 3-2 in the Patriot League.

The Lock Haven University women’s golf team finished its historic weekend by playing in the second round of the PSAC Championships.

Ashley Lawson led the Bald Eagles on day two, improving on her day-one score by 21 strokes. Kylee Lobb followed up Lawson by improving on her day-one score by 15 strokes.

Lawson, Lobb and Kayla Mushala each improved on their day one individual standings by moving up the leaderboard.

BOYS TENNIS

South Williamsport 4, Loyalsock 1

SINGLES

1. Logan Ogden (SW) def. Sean Jensen, 3-6, 7-6 (5), 10-5; 2. Jett Pulizzi (L) def. Kade Sanford, 2-6, 6-2, 7-6 (5); 3. Ross Flerlage (SW) def. Liam Bastian, 6-4, 6-1.

DOUBLES

1. Ryan Branton/Caleb Jackson (SW) def. Jackson Ellis/Austin Schwarer, 6-2, 6-3; 2. Zach McGuire/Brock Weaver (SW) def. Caleb Shimko/Brendan Kriner, 5-7, 6-3, 6-3.

Galeton 4, N.P.-Liberty 1

SINGLES

1. Reilly Hicklec (G) def. River Hicks-Lee, 6-2, 6-7, 6-4; 2. Braiden Cimino (G) def. Allen Weed, 6-4, 4-6, 6-2; 3. Mical Bastsan (G) def. Ian Beck, 6-1, 6-2.

DOUBLES

1. River Hicks-Lee/Allen Weed (NPL) def. Kenneth Johnson/Matthew Smith, 6-1, 6-3; 2. Micah Bastson/Jeremiah Labrea (G) def. Ian Beck/Dylon Eveland, 6-1, 6-3.

Records: N.P.-Liberty (0-4).

HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL

South Williamsport 21, Sugar Valley 2 (3 innings)

(GAME ONE)

Sugar Valley 002 – 2 3 1

South 9(12)x – 21 12 1

Holdren, C. Matter and McKeague. Claire Alexander and Olivia Beck. W-Alexander. L-Holdren.

Top Sugar Valley hitters: Conoway 1-1; Meixel 1-2, RBI; Lamey 1-2. Top South Williamsport hitters: Claire Alexander 3-4, 4 RBIs; Abby Spatzer 3-3, 2 2B, 4 RBIs; Gianna Godfrey 2-2, 2B, 2 RBIs; Emilt Hartley 2-2, 2 RBIs.

South Williamsport 11, Sugar Valley 0 (5 innings)

(GAME TWO)

Sugar Valley 000 00 – 0 0 4

South 221 6x – 11 11 0

Swanger and McKeague. Claire Alexander, Abby Spatzer and Spatzer, Olivia Beck. W-Alexander. L-Swanger.

Top South Williamsport hitters: Olivia Beck 2-3, 3 RBIs; Claire Alexander 2-3; Aleigha Rieppel 2-3, RBI; Rachael Stahl 2-2; Aurora Beamer 2-3, RBI.

Hughesville 18, Sullivan County 0 (3 innings)

Hughesville (10)26 – 18

Sullivan 000 – 0

Top Hughesville hitters: Sarah Wertz 3-4, 2B, 3B, 3 RBIs; Jenna Davis 2-3, 2B, 5 RBIs; Mackenzy Swisher 2-2, RBI. Top Sullivan County hitters: Lorena Marquardt 1-1, 2B.

Williamsport 11, Punxsutawney 2

Punxsutawney 200 000 0–2 6 2

Williamsport 900 020 0–11 11 2

Kendall McAnelly, Layla Waldman (4), Avery Eiswerth (7) and Abby Mahon. W–Waldman, (1-0).

Top Williamsport hitters: Nicole Belton 2-2, 2 RBIs, R; Isabelle Griswold 2-4, 2 RBIs, R; Jayla Bartholomew 3-4, 3B, R; McAnelly 1-2, R; Jackie Snyder 1-2, R; Waldman 1-2, 2 RBIs, R; Myla Kelley 2-4, 2 3Bs, 2 RBIs, 2 R.

Records: Williamsport 3-0.

Warrior Run 21, Millville 3

Warrior Run 104 100 (15)–21 10 0

Millville 000 111 0–3 7 8

Kaelyn Watson and Emma Kaufman. Carlee Charles, Liv Savage (6) and Alaina Reifendifer, Ashley Stevens.

Top Warrior Run hitters: Gracy Beachel 2 hits, HR; Watson 2 hits, 2B; Kaufman 2 2Bs. Top Millville hitters: Ashley Stevens 2 hits.

Records: Warrior Run 2-3.

HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL

South Williamsport 6, Montgomery 2

South 103 200 0–6 5 2

Montgomery 101 000 0–2 7 4

Grant Bachman, Makai Day (5) and Trent Hampton. Kevin Wettlaufer, Colby Spingman (3), Noah Gearhart (4), Deitrick (7) and Thayden Miller. W–Bachman, (1-0). L–Wettlaufer, (1-1). SV–Day, (1).

Top South hitters: Landon Lorson 1-4, 2 RBIs, 2 SB; Day 1-4, RBI; Kaden Shay 1-2, 2 R; Alex Neidig 1-4, RBI, 2 R. Top Montgomery hitters: Gearhart 2-4, 2 R; Miller 2-4, 2 RBIs; Kaide Drick 1-3.

Records: South 1-1. Montgomery 2-1.

Jersey Shore 12, Towanda 0, 5 innings

Jersey Shore 019 20–12 5 0

Towanda 000 00–0 2 3

Nate Myers, Tyler Bauder, Connor Griffin and Bauder, Zach Hinds.

Top Jersey Shore hitters: Connor Davis 2-2, HR, 4 RBIs, 2 R; Tyler Bauder 1-2, RBI; Owen Anderson 1-3, 2 RBIs, R; Brandon Laubach 1-2, RBI, R.

Records: Jersey Shore 3-1.

Punxsutawney 17, Williamsport 14

Williamsport 003 340 4–14 18 1

Punxsutawney (11)00 600 x–17 10 0

Derek Gehr, Griffin Vollman (1), Owen Berry (3), Signor (4) and Braeden Mazzante.

Top Williamsport hitters: Deacon Brown 4-4, HR, 4 RBIs, 2 R; Carter Sagan 2-4, HR, 3B, 5 RBIs, 2 R; Xavier Taylor 3-3, RBI, 3 R; Mazzante 2-3, 4 R; Berry 3-5, 2 2Bs, RBI, 2 R; Thomas Aversa 2-4, 2 RBIs; Joey Signor 1-2, R. Top Punxsutawney hitters: London 2-4, RBI, 3 R; Tyger 3-4, 2B, 4 RBIs, 3 R; hillips 2-2, 2 RBIs.

Records: Williamsport 0-4.

Muncy 18, Sugar Valley 1, 3 innings

Muncy (10)53–18 10 0

Sugar Valley 100–1 6 4

Max Rymsza and Brayden Kamerer. Coeken Homan, Kadin Leigey (3) and Gavin Vonada. W–Rymsza, (2-0). L–Homan.

Top Muncy hitters: Kaydn Berry 3-3, 2 2Bs; Rymsza 2-4, 2B, 4 RBIs; Gio Persun 2-4, 2 RBIs. Top Sugar Valley hitters: Corbin Homan 2-2, 2Bs; Blaine Falk 2-2.

Records: Muncy 3-2.

Next Game: Bucktail at Muncy (Wednesday).

BOYS TRACK AND FIELD

(Quad meet at Hughesville)

Milton 127, Montgomery 21

Jersey Shore 106, Montgomery 35

Milton 99, Jersey Shore 51

Hughesville 94, Montgomery 44

Milton 103.5, Hughesville 46.5

Jersey Shore 79, Hughesville 69

3,200 relay: 1. Hughesville, 8:58.30. 110 hurdles: 1. Ezra Miller, JS, 15.40; 2. Ephraim Langdon, Mil, 18.30; 3. Chase Bilodeau, Mil, 18.50. 100: 1. Chris Aviles, Mil, 11.20; 2. Anthony Nanton, H, 11.40; 3. Brady Jordan, JS, 11.50. 1,600: 1. Morgan Gavitt, H, 4:40.60; 2. Hunter Foust, H, 4:42.60; 3. Raidan Francis, JS, 4:49.70. 400 relay: 1. Milton, 46.50. 400: 1. Nathan Barnett, Mil, 56.20; 2. Payton Rearick, Mil, 57.20; 3. Beau Shelley, Mil, 57.60. 300 hurdles: 1. Ezra Miller, JS, 44.70; 2. Ben Robinson, Mont, 44.80; 3. Ephraim Langdon, Mil, 44.90. 800: 1. Raidan Francis, JS, 2:05.00; 2. Logan Long, H, 2:08.40; 3. Brody Bender, Mil, 2:14.20. 200: 1. Anthony Nanton, H, 23.50; 2. Chris Aviles, Mil, 23.60; 3. Jacob Fowler, Mont, 25.40. 3,200: 1. Hunter Foust, H, 9:55.60; 2. Morgan Gavitt, H, 10:37.00; 3. Ryan Bickhart, Mil, 11:03.20. 1,600 relay: 1. Hughesville, 3:42.90.

High jump: 1. Ephraim Langdon, Mil, 5-4; 2. Carter Stackhouse, JS, 5-2; 3. Eric Taylor, Mil, 5-2. Pole vault: 1. Tyler Labos, Mil, 10-6; 2. Drew Harris, Mil, 10-0; 3. Matthew Maturani, Mil, 9-6. Long jump: 1. Payton Rearick, Mil, 17-4; 2. Cameron Allison, JS, 17-4; 3. Ashton Krall, Mil, 16-10. Triple jump: 1. Cameron Allison, JS, 36-9; 2. Ben Robinson, Mont, 36-0; 3. Carter Stackhouse, JS, 35-9. Discus: 1. Cole Goodwin, Mil, 132-5; 2. Gabe Larson, H, 111-9; 3. Weston Pick, Mont, 103-11. Javelin: 1. Conner Snyder, Mil, 135-0; 2. Lucas Radke, Mil, 117-1; 3. David Watts, JS, 113-0. Shot put: 1. Cole Goodwin, Mil, 45-0; 2. Nolan Miller, Mil, 36-3; 3. Gabe Larson, H, 35-9.

GIRLS TRACK AND FIELD

(Quad meet at Hughesville)

Milton 115, Montgomery 35

Jersey Shore 94.5, Montgomery 50.5

Milton 110, Jersey Shore 40

Hughesville 110, Montgomery 36

Milton 80, Hughesville 70

Hughesville 101, Jersey Shore 47

3,200 relay: 1. Milton, 10:35.40. 100 hurdles: 1. Janae Bergey, Mil, 16.40; 2. Sarah Gardner, H, 16.80; 3. Madelyn Gerst, JS, 18.60. 100: 1. Janae Bergey, Mil, 12.50; 2. Kylie Bieber, H, 12.90; 3. Regi Wendt, Mil, 13.00. 1,600: 1. Leah Walter, Mil, 5:33.80; 2. Aubrey Sechrist, JS, 5:36.10; 3. Hailey Poust, H, 6:03.40. 400 relay: 1. Milton, 51.70. 400: 1. Elizabeth Fortin, H, 1:04.00; 2. Mackenzie Lopez, Mil, 1:05.50; 3. Regi Wendt, Mil, 1:06.00. 300 hurdles: 1. Riley Murray, Mil, 49.20; 2. Sarah Gardner, H, 51.70; 3. Madelyn Gerst, JS, 53.10. 800: 1. Aubrey Sechrist, JS, 2:25.30; 2. Leah Walter, Mil, 2:25.40; 3. Cierra Getz, H, 2:28.00. 200: 1. Janae Bergey, Mil, 26.90; 2. Kylie Bieber, H, 27.00; 3. Regi Wendt, Mil, 27.10. 3,200: 1. Kennedy Marsh, Mont, 12:47.00; 2. Emma East, Mil, 13:28.30; 3. Madi Paulhamus, H, 13.40. 1,600 relay: 1. Hughesville, 4:17.60.

High jump: 1. Alex Snyder, H, 4-6; 2. Marley Green, H, 4-6; 3. Madelyn Gerst, JS, 4-4. Pole vault: 1. Riley Murray, Mil, 9-0; 2. Ashlyn Maris, H, 8-0; 3. Abigail Saber, Mil, 6-6. Long jump: 1. Lauren Anderson, Mont, 13-6; 2. Madison Maihle, JS, 13-3; 3. Brooke Rishel, Mont, 13-2. Triple jump: 1. Rachel Ryder, Mont, 30-0; 2. Makenzi Leitenberger, H, 29-7; 3. Sara Dewyer, Mil, 29-0 1/2. Discus: 1. Karlee Wallis, H, 96-0; 2. Anita Shek, Mil, 85-0; 3. Laurel Bower, Mil, 77-9 1/2. Javelin: 1. Alex Snyder, H, 112-7 1/2; 2. Mackenzie Lopez, Mil, 103-10; 3. Anita Shek, Mil, 101-4. Shot put: 1. Alex Snyder, H, 29-11 1/2; 2. Karlee Wallis, H, 29-11; 3. Samantha Machmer, JS, 29-3 1/2.

WOMEN’S TENNIS

Wilkes 9, Lycoming 0

SINGLES

1. Dasha Yakhnis (W) def. Mia Shuler, 6-2, 6-1; 2. Dagney Markle (W) def. Madi Heller, 6-0, 6-1; 3. Sarah Malone (W) def. Hannah Seebold, 6-2, 6-2; 4. Cassidy Greenman (W) def. Wiliana Lundy, 6-0, 6-0; 5. Zoe Klein (W) def Emily Wolfgang, 6-0, 6-1; 6. Alexa Cieri (W) def Haley Seebold, 8-1.

DOUBLES

1. Dasha Yakhnis/Zoe Klein (W) def. Mia Shuler/Hannah Seebold, 8-4; 2. Sarah Malone/Dagney Markle (W) def. Wiliana Lundy/Madi Heller, 8-0; 3. Alexa Cieri/Cassidy Greenman (W) def. Haley Seebold/Emily Wolfgang, 8-1.

MEN’S TENNIS

Wilkes 9, Lycoming 0

SINGLES

1. Cole Gibson (W) def. Nate Redell, 6-1, 6-3; 2. Jack Maline (W) def. Cody Greenaway, 6-3, 6-2; Matt Angara (W) def. Luke Leach, 6-2, 6-2; 4. Colin Greenman (W) def. Casey Haas, 6-4, 6-2; 5. Jacob Bosler (W) def. Frank Summerson, 6-2, 6-0; 6. Connor Murphy (W) won by forfeit.

DOUBLES

1. Matt Angara/Cole Gibson (W) def. Cody Greenaway/Nate Redell, 8-4; 2. Jack Maline/Colin Greenman (W) def. Luke LEach/Casey Haas, 8-1; 3. Jonah Nguyen/Drew Fiedler (W) by forfeit.

Lancaster Bible 5, Penn College 4

SINGLES

1. Deanna Garber (LB) def. CCoryn Oswald, 7-6 (7-1), 6-2; 2.Cara DiCiano (LB) def. Delaney Bouton, 6-2, 6-0; 3. Kenedi Berkhimer (LB) def. Alexis Youse, 6-3, 6-3; 4. Georgia Leitzel (PCT) def. Kaitlin Kirby, 6-1, 6-4; 5. Chloe Campbell (LB) def. Amber Leitzel, 6-2, 6-4; 6. Marcie Harman (PCT) def. Alycia Eglauer, 5-7, 6-3, 13-11.

DOUBLES

1. Deanna Graber/Cara DiCiano (LB) def. Coryn Oswald/Delaney Bouton, 8-1; 2. Georgia Leitzel/Alexis Youse (PCT) def. Kenedi Berkhimer/Chloe Campbell, 8-2; 3. Amber Leitzel/Marcie Harman (PCT) def. Kaitlin Kirby/Alycia Eglauer, 8-1.

Lancaster Bible 7, Penn College 2

SINGLES

1. Tucker Phillippe-Johnson (PCT) def. Devon Clemmer, 6-1, 5-7, 10-8; 2. Tyler Norris (LB) def. Wade Woolley, 6-4, 6-2; 3. Micah Weaver (LB) def. Jesse Kight, 6-0, 6-2; 4. Malachi Bomgardner (LB) def. Zack Burkhart, 6-0, 6-0; 5. Keven Vallette (LB) def. Tommy Cavanagh, 6-0, 6-0; 6. AJ Kwiatkowski (LB) def. Daniel Gianelle, 6-1, 6-0.

DOUBLES

1. Tucker Phillippe-Johnson/Jesse Kight (PCT) def. Devon Clemmer/Tyler Norris, 8-7 (10-8); 2. Malachi Bomgardner/AJ Kwiatkowski (LB) def. Wade Woolley/Zack Burkhart, 8-0; 3. Keven Vallette/Micah eaver (LB) def. Tommy Cavanagh/Daniel Gianelle, 8-1.

COLLEGE SOFTBALL

Misericordia 4, Lycoming 3

(GAME ONE)

Misericordia 300 010 0 – 4 9 0

Lycoming 003 000 0 – 3 3 1

Alexa McHugh and Brianna Holder. Angie King and Kacee Reitz. W-McHugh (8-0). L-King (1-5).

Lycoming 9, Misericordia 6

(GAME TWO)

Misericordia 011 400 0 – 6 12 0

Lycoming 400 401 0 – 9 15 3

Jessica Oltman, S. DeFebo (1), Emily Wenner (4), Alexa McHugh (6) and Brianna Holder. Payton Whary, Angie King (4), Kylie Russell (5) and Kacee Reitz. W-Russell (3-1). L-DeFebo (0-1).

Top Misericordia hitters: Nicole Elliott HR. Top Lycoming hitters: Morgan Wetzel HR.

Penn College 11, Lancaster Bible 2 (5 innings)

(GAME ONE)

Lancaster Bible 101 00 – 2 4 1

PCT 310 7x -11 14 1

W-K. Benner (4-0). L-N. DeKok (2-3).

Top Lancaster Bible hitters: P. Clemens 2-2, HR, RBI, 2 runs. Top PCT hitters: O. Hemstock 3-4, 2B, 2 RBIs, run; J. Specht 2-4, 2 runs; L. Fritz 3-3, RBI; J. Cochran 2-3, 2 RBIs, run; I. Morder, 2B; M. Shaffer, 2B.

Penn College 5, Lancaster Bible 4

(GAME TWO)

Lancacster Bible 200 000 2 – 4 7 2

PCT 202 000 1 – 5 7 3

W-K. Svenson (3-1). L-N. Dekok (2-4).

Top Lancaster Bible hitters: H. Lieb 2B. Top Penn College hitters: O. Hemstock 3-4, RBI, 2 runs.

COLLEGE BASEBALL

Penn College 5, PSU-Berks 1

(GAME ONE)

PSU-B 000 000 1 – 1 4 3

PCT 130 001 0 – 5 6 0

W-B. Bretzman (1-1). L-J. Gramignan (0-2). Sv-J. Cute (1).

Top PSU-Berks hitters: J. Hernandez 2-3, run. Top PCT hitters: J. Carles 2-4, 2 RBIs; K. Nytz 2-2; B. Kittle HR.

PSU-Berks 5, Penn College 3

(GAME TWO)

PSU-Berks 100 040 000 – 5 13 0

PCT 000 020 100 – 3 7 2

W-B. Berkel (1-1). L-C. Webb (0-1).

Top PSU-Berks hitters: J. Gramignan 2-4, 2B, run; P. Maloney 2-4; B. Stout 2-4, RBI, run; N.Trovinger 2-5, run; J. Pettit 2-3. Top PCT hitters: J. Carles 2-4; K. Nytz 2-4, 2 runs.

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