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Local roundup: District 4 team tennis tourney bracket released

Montoursville’s Mackenzie Weaver signed her letter of intent to play softball at Lycoming College. Seated in the front row is, from left, father Jonathan Weaver, mother Missy Weaver, Mackenzie Weaver and brother Jonathan Weaver Jr. Standing in the back are, from left, Montoursville athletic director Stephen Alexander, Montoursville softball coach Mike Tate and Montoursville principal Dan Taormina.

The District 4 boys team tennis tournament bracket was released Wednesday. Galeton plays at Milton in a preliminary match today at 3 p.m. Wellsboro will host the winner of that match Tuesday at 3 p.m.

The other quarterfinal matchups Tuesday are Central Columbia at Lewisburg (3 p.m.), Towanda at Selinsgrove (4 p.m.) and Hughesville at Montoursville (3 p.m.)

The semifinals are scheduled for Thursday, May 13 at Williamsport (1 p.m.) and South Williamsport (1 p.m.). The final will be at Williamsport at approximately 3 p.m.

Central Columbia won the last two team titles in 2019 and 2018. Lewisburg won in 2017 and Galeton won three straight from 2014-16.

• Montoursville’s Lily Saul won a matchup of two of the state’s top 400 runners, but the Warriors dropped a girls track and field meet to Lewisburg, 122-28. Saul ran the state’s second-best Class AA time in the 400 to top returning state state medalist Elena Malone of Lewisburg. Saul’s time of 57.46 seconds was a personal-best. Malone finished second in a season’s-best 59.31, which is tied for the fifth-best time in Class AA this year.

Saul added a victory in the 800 in 2:26.50, but Lewisburg won 15 of the 18 events, including sweeping the three relays. Morgan Harris swept the jumping events, and Maddie Downs won the shot put and javelin for the Green Dragons.

• Lewisburg won 16 of the 18 events to post a 112-38 win over Montoursville in boys high school track and field. Adam Seasholtz won a loaded pole vault field, matching his season’s-best with a jump of 13 feet, 6 inches. Montoursville’s Bryce Eberhart took second with a vault of 12 feet, and Brayden McKibben was third at 11-6.

Zach Barnes was Montoursville’s lone individual winner, taking the javelin with a throw of 141-11. Anthony Bhangdia won both the long and triple jumps for Lewisburg, and Zach Gose added wins in the shot put and discus.

• Three Lycoming College wrestlers were recognized from the National Wrestling Coaches Association — senior Shane Casey, junior Connor Fulmer and sophomore Sam Hanley — as Scholar All-Americans.

Casey earned the award for a second time after also earning the accolade in 2019. The 125-pounder posted a 38-32 career record.

Fulmer went 16-5 in his first season and placed fourth at the NCAA Southeast Regional and second at the MAC Championships at heavyweight. Hanley went 26-12 in his first year and took fifth at the MAC Championships at 133 pounds.

•The Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference released its 2021 All-Conference teams and four Lock Haven University lacrosse players earned honors. Caitlin Morrow and Braxtin Reddinger were both named to the All-PSAC Western Division first team. On the second team were Karli Gilbert and Shannen Roy.

Morrow led the Bald Eagles in goals (32) and points (43), and had 11 assists. Reddinger was second on the team with 28 goals.

Gilbert scored 15 goals, best for third at LHU this year, and had 10 in her final three games. Defensively, Roy forced 13 turnovers, second most on the team, and grabbed 12 ground balls.

BOYS TRACK AND FIELD

Lewisburg 112,

Montoursville 38

3,200 relay: 1. Lewisburg (Calvin Bailey, James Koconis, Gianpuca Perrone, Thomas Hess), 11:28.21. 110 hurdles: 1. Julien Mercado-Bonanno, L, 16.65; 2. Josiah Schans, M, 16.65; 3. Liam Winder, M, 18.00. 100: 1. Cameron Michaels, L, 11.29; 2. Jeremy Sanchez Rodriguez, L, 11.72; 3. Ethan Dominick, L, 11.99. 1,600: 1. Jacob Hess, L, 4:33.64; 2. Alan Daniel, L, 4:44.65; 3. Bryce Ryder, L, 4:45.75. 400 relay: 1. Lewisburg (Ethan Dominick, Anthony Bhangdia, Jeremy Sanchez Rodriguez, Jack Dieffenderfer), 44.91. 400: 1. Thomas Hess, L, 51.86; 2. Mason Winslow, M, 54.28; 3. Jack Drouin, L, 55.04. 300 hurdles: 1. Julien Mercado-Bonanno, L, 43.77; 2. Josiah Schans, M, 45.06; 3. Jacob Foster, M, 47.65. 800: 1. Gianluca Perrone, L, 2:06.83; 2. Alan Daniel, L, 2:10.81; 3. Kieran Murray, L, 2:11.67. 200: 1. Cameron Michaels, L, 22.95; 2. James Koconis, L, 23.24; 3. Jeremy Sanchez Rodriguez, L, 24.25. 3,200: 1. Calvin Bailey, L, 10:18.21; 2. Connor Murray, L, 10:29.01; 3. Jacob Bear, M, 11:51.52. 1,600 relay: 1. Montoursville (Josiah Schans, Tristen Stelene, Brayden McKibben, Mason Winslow), 3:44.16.

Shot put: 1. Zach Gose, L, 42-8; 2. Gavin Farquharson, M, 40-8 1/2; 3. Brayden Brown, M, 40-5 1/2. Discus: 1. Zach Gose, L, 128-3; 2. Stephen Tiffin, L, 122-0; 3. Zach Barnes, M, 113-11. Javelin: 1. Zach Barnes, M, 141-11; 2. Brayden Brown, M, 126-2; 3. Michell VanBuskirk, L, 117-11. Long jump: 1. Anthony Bhangdia, L, 20-1; 2. Simon Stumbris, L, 18-7; 3. Mason Winslow, M, 18-4. Triple jump: 1, Anthony Bhangdia, L, 43-1; 2. Simon Stumbris, L, 39-5; 3. Ian McKinney, L, 35-6. High jump: 1. Simon Stumbris, L, 5-8; 2. Josiah Schans, M, 5-6; 3. Anthony Bhangdia, L, 5-4. Pole vault: 1. Adam Seasholtz, L, 13-6; 2. Bryce Eberhart, M, 12-0; 3. Brayden McKibben, M, 11-6.

GIRLS TRACK AND FIELD

Lewisburg 122,

Montoursville 28

3,200 relay: 1. Lewisburg (Kyra Binney, Delaney Humphrey, Maggie Daly, Sarah Mahoney), 11:26.54. 100 hurdles: 1. Madeline Ikeler, L, 17.13; 2. Madison Cardello, L, 18.22; 3. Mikayla Long, L, 19.24. 100: 1. Asha Hohmuth, L, 13.14; 2. Josslyn Davis, M, 13.71; 3. Torrence Spicher, L, 13.88. 1,600: 1. Sarah Mahoney, L, 5:24.48; 2. Gabby Shearer, M, 5:27.90; 3. Hannah Mirshahi, L, 5:39.76. 400 relay: 1. Lewisburg (Torrence Spicher, Medha Yenireddy, Mikayla Long, Jiali Pickering), 55.79. 400: 1. Lily Saul, M, 57.46; 2. Elena Malone, L, 59.31; 3. Alyssa Coleman, L, 1:09.51. 300 hurdles: 1. Siena Brazier, L, 47.74; 2. Madison Cardello, L, 49.85; 3. Madeline Ikeler, L, 50.13. 800: 1. Lily Saul, M, 2:26.50; 2. Kyra Binney, L, 2:29.40; 3. Maggie Daly, L, 2:29.70. 200: 1. Asha Hohmuth, L, 27.33; 2. Medha Yenireddy, L, 29.90; 3. Alyssa Coleman, L, 30.00. 3,200: 1. Sarah Mahoney, L, 12:16.19; 2. Gabby Shearer, M, 12:19.96; 3. Hannah Mirshahi, L, 12:23.72. 1,600 relay: 1. Lewisburg (Asha Hohmuth, Kyra Binney, Maggie Daly, Madeline Ikeler), 4:15.45.

Shot put: 1. Maddie Downs, L, 32-7; 2. Minayyah Meredith, L, 32-4; 3. Hazle Buonopane, L, 26-10. Discus: 1. Maddie Downs, L, 109-11; 2. Grace Burkhart, L, 69-9; 3. Olivia Humphrey, L, 68-1. Javelin: 1. Valerie Badger, M, 103-9; 2. Hazel Buonopane, L, 82-4; 3. Madeline Still, L, 74-10. Long jump: 1. Morgan Harris, L, 14-6; 2. Amelia Kiepke, L, 14-4; 3. Mallory Fry, M, 13-1. Triple jump: 1. Morgan Harris, L, 31-10 1/2; 2. Amelia Kiepke, L, 31-6; 3. Mallory Fry, M, 28-7. High jump: 1. Morgan Harris, L, 4-9; 2. Amelia Kiepke, L, 4-8; 3. Ava Lilley, M, 4-4. Pole vault: 1. Emma Freeman, L, 8-6; 2. Kathleen McTammany, L, 8-6; 3. Josslyn Davis, M, 8-0.

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