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Local roundup: South Williamsport baseball tops defending district champion Sayre

Landon Lorson homered and combined with winning pitcher Makai Day to strike out 15 as South Williamsport came back and defeated defending District 4 Class AA champion Sayre, 8-2. Lorson’s home run was part of a seven-run fifth inning when South (1-0) rallied from a 2-0 deficit. Day threw four innings of strong relief to earn the win, striking out six; while Lorson struck out nine in three innings. Kaden Shay and Alex Neidig each produced two hits and scored runs. Ben Stoetzel added an RBI single and South scored eight runs in its final two at-bats.

Alex Maioriana belted a clutch two-out, three-run, go-ahead double in the third inning as Muncy rallied from two runs down to defeat Cowanesque Valley, 6-4. Noah Confer earned the save and also hit a key two-out RBI double in the fourth after CV had pulled within a run. Confer, Branson Eyer, Kaydn Berry and Eric Walters combined on a five-hitter. Eyer also doubled for Muncy which is 3-0 and won for a second consecutive day.

Wake Forest-bound pitcher Blake Morningstar threw a two-hit shutout and struck out 10 in five innings as Wyalusing blanked Canton, 10-0. Morningstar also had two hits and was one of five Rams who produced multi-hit games.

• Wellsboro cruised past Galeton in high school softball action, 17-1, in three innings. The Green Hornets scored seven in the first and held a 15-1 lead after two innings.

Rylie Boyce earned the win, throwing a three-inning, three-hitter. Jordyn Abernathy went 2 for 4 with a home run and Boyce was 3 for 4 with two RBIs and three runs scored.

• In boys tennis, Hughesville defeated Loyalsock, 4-1. Jett Pulizzi won his singles match against Mikey Dylina for the lone score for the Lancers. Mason Thomas and Austin McKeon defeated Logan Hammond and Jackson Ellis respectively. The Spartans swept each doubles match as well.

• Senior Kacee Reitz, a Milton graduate, had a hit in each game to lead the Lycoming softball team, but a pair of shutouts from Delaware Valley’s Olivia Monismith helped it to 8-0 and 4-0 MAC Freedom wins.

Monismith tossed a three-hitter in the 8-0 six-inning win in the first game and a two-hitter in the 4-0 win in the nightcap.

Reitz was the lone Warrior with a hit in each game and she also added a stolen base in the first game. Junior Morgan Wetzel, a Central Mountain graduate, had a hit and a stolen base in the first game and sophomore Kylie Segraves, a Williamsport graduate, also had a hit.

On a historic day for coach Kelly Shannon, Lock Haven picked up a doubleheader sweep over Mansfield University, 9-1 and 10-2, in the PSAC Eastern Division opener for both teams. For Shannon, the wins marked the 300th and 301st in her illustrious career as she sits second all-time at Lock Haven. All of her wins have come at LHU since her first year in 2010.

Sydney Arrigale had a huge performance in game one, going 2 for 3 with a double and home run. Riley McClellan was 4 for 4 with two RBIs and three runs scored.

In the second game, Loyalsock graduate Maddy Jean started for Mansfield and hit a home run while Alexis Easling had a double. Rianna Trexler was 2 for 2 with a double and four RBIs.

Penn College split with Penn State Berks. The Wildcats won game one, 10-2, before falling in the second, 1-0. The Nittany Lions’ lone run in the second game came in the top of the sixth inning.

In the second game, Olivia Hemstock went 2 for 4 with three RBIs.

Penn College was limited to four hits in the second game, all of which were singles. Maddie Hurst, Hemstock, Ivvy Morder and Kyla Benner all recorded a hit.

• Despite owning leads in both games, the Lock Haven baseball team dropped a PSAC East Division doubleheader to visiting Shippensburg, 6-1 and 9-5.

In the first game, the Bald Eagles were held to just three singles, one apiece by Blaise Zeiders, Zach Kaatz and Nick White.

Gavin Troutman had the only extra-base hit between the two games for the Bald Eagles with a double as he went 2 for 4 in the second contest. Garrett Nepert went 2 for 3 with two RBIs and two runs scored as well.

Penn College split a doubleheader with PSU Harrisburg, winning the opener (2-1) before coming up just shy in the second game (5-2).

In the second game, Brian Robison was the only Penn College batter with more than one hit, going 2 for 3. Tyler Rudolph had a double.

The Wildcats were held to five hits in both games. In the first contest, PSU Harrisburg took an early 1-0 lead after the second inning, but Penn College tied it in the bottom of the sixth, then won with a walk-off score in the bottom of the seventh.

• The Lock Haven University women’s lacrosse team capped a four-game homestand this afternoon by hosting Slippery Rock in PSAC Western Division action and the Bald Eagles picked up an all-important victory, downing the visitors, 19-14.

Lock Haven benefitted from a total team effort that saw a number of individuals stand out on both sides of the ball.

Lock Haven goalkeeper Lauren Girardi made 14 saves and a six-goal effort from Krysta Reading was only part of her tremendous performance.

Freshman Katie Maguire scored twice in the last 64 seconds and nearly got a third as the Lycoming tried for a valiant comeback, but came up just short, 16-14, against Arcadia University in MAC Freedom action.

Down 16-12 as the clock neared a minute to go, Maguire got an underhanded pass from senior Rorie Bass Foresman inside the arc and Maguire found the back of the net. She won the ensuing draw control and used a pick to get free in the arc for a goal with 50 seconds left to make it a two-goal game.

She won the following draw while getting fouled and then drew a free-position attempt with 21 seconds left, but couldn’t find the net with her shot and Arcadia (5-6 overall, 2-0 MAC Freedom) was able to hold off the late charge in the waning seconds.

Bucknell had five players score multiple goals, but host Lehigh used a big second half to rally past the Bison 16-11.

Bucknell saw its two-game winning streak come to an end and fell to 5-6 overall and 2-2 in Patriot League play. Lehigh, a reigning Patriot League Tournament finalist, improved to 4-7 overall and 1-3 in the league. The Mountain Hawks had faced a tough early Patriot League slate, with their losses coming to title contenders Loyola, Navy, and Army.

Emma Cashwell, Tatumn Kohlbrenner, Phoebe Macleod, Laurel McHale, and Taylor Kopan all scored two goals as part of a balanced scoring attack. Bucknell dominated the draw controls by a 22-9 count, led by a career-high nine from Ella Payer, but Lehigh goalie Hayley Hunt helped offset that disparity by making 12 saves, including eight in the second half.

• No. 13 Army West Point scored three goals in the final four minutes of regulation to rally past the Bucknell men’s lacrosse team, 10-9.

The Bison (7-3, 1-3 PL) fell to the Black Knights (8-2, 4-1 PL) despite Rich O’Halloran’s career-best 16-save performance and Dutch Furlong and Alston Tarry’s four-goal outings in a fast, physical game marked by momentum swings and scoring flurries.

For Army West Point, Will Coletti was the difference maker; the standout freshman won 19 of 23 faceoffs, collected a game-high 12 ground balls and netted the goal that kicked off his team’s game-deciding three-strike run.

Senior Dominick Massaro posted three goals for his fourth hat trick of the season to lead Lycoming, but Arcadia won the MAC Freedom matchup, 20-9.

Senior Owen Zimmerman finished the game with two goals, two assists, and two groundballs. Freshmen Ryan Farrell, Sean Farrell, sophomore Patrick Dwyer and senior Michael Scarponi all scored a goal apiece. Senior Markus Sidwell joined Zimmerman with two assists.

Massaro’s first goal came halfway through the third and he scored again just a minute later off a turnover. Dwyer scored with 2:03 left in the quarter, his second of the season. Massaro completed the hat trick in the fourth, but the Knights scored nine goals in the second half to expand the lead to as many as 12 goals in the fourth quarter.

Penn College improved to 5-5 with a 16-10 win against Hilbert on the road. Quinn Caviola had a monster game, scoring seven goals. Sam HIlls, Devin Page, James Thatcher and Brendan Kuczma all scored twice.

Penn College trailed 4-3 after the first quarter but took an 11-7 lead after the second.

• Sophomores Haley Seebold, a Milton graduate, and Emily Wolfgang, a Montgomery graduate, led the Lycoming College women’s tennis team in their first MAC Freedom matchup as they each won their singles matches and teamed up for the No.2 doubles win against Arcadia, 6-3.

The Warriors won all five of the contested singles matches, with Haley Seebold defeating Tatum Marino in three sets, 3-6, 6-1, 6-3, in the No. 4 slot for the last of the team’s six points. Wolfgang, in the No.2 slot, beat Kate Wyszkowski, 6-3, 6-3. In No. 1 singles, sophomore Hannah Seebold, a Milton graduate, defeated Julia Paraboschi in three sets, as well, 6-4, 6-7 (7), 6-2.

Freshman Rei Saar, a Montoursville graduate, won her 15th singles match of the season, moving within one of the school record, downing Gertride Jeack, 6-2, 6-1 in the No. 3 spot and first-year Sarah Lanphear defeated Faith Rineer, 6-4, 6-1 at No. 5.

Bucknell defeated Lehigh, 6-1. The Bison’s Daniela Belini earned a 6-1, 6-3 win at No. 1 singles before teamming with Whitney King at No. 1 doubles for a 6-0 victory. Anna Lajos won, 6-3, 6-3 at No. 3 singles and Laurel Utterback and Kate Novak picked up wins at Nos. 4 and 5 singles, respectively.

Penn College fell to King’s, 9-0. At No. 2 doubles, Penn College’s Georgia Macensky and Amber Leitzel dropped a close contest, 8-7 (7-4). Delaney Bouton and Mary Kathryn Hillman for Penn College also had a tough doubles match at No. 1 doubles against Addie Atkins and Ashley Kenia, 8-7 (9-7).

At No. 1 singles, Penn College’s Bouton lost to Atkins, 6-3, 6-1.

Lock Haven opened the season with a road loss to Shepherd, 5-2, in what was the PSAC opener for LHU.

In the singles, Maddy Reeves, a Montoursville graduate, and Joaquina Orlandini both earned victories for Lock Haven. Reeves defeated Isabella Mascari in No. 1 singles 6-2, 6-4.

• Junior Jason Anderson and sophomore Luke Leach, a Wellsboro graduate, won their singles matches and respective doubles matches to lead the Lycoming College men’s tennis team against Arcadia, as Lycoming fell 5-4 in its MAC Freedom opener.

The Warriors forced four out of the six singles matches to go three sets, but Arcadia won three to claim the match. Anderson posted a 6-2, 6-2 win in the No. 5 slot over Ryan Salmon, 6-2, 6-2, and Leach won in three sets at the No. 3 spot against Francis Tamesis, 1-6, 6-2, 6-4.

At No.2 doubles, Leach and senior Casey Haas, a Montoursville graduate, defeated Tamesis and Matthew Nagy, 8-4. At No.3, Anderson and freshman Mohammed Ebeid downed Salmon and David Cassel, 8-3.

Penn College fell to King’s, 6-3. At No. 2 singles, the Wildcats’ Paul Langnein won, 7-5, 6-1. He was the only Penn College player to earn a victory in singles competition. Tucker Phillippe-John and Langnein won at No. 1 doubles, 8-4.

• A number of tremendous individual efforts paved the way for Lock Haven at Millersville University’s Millersville Metrics meet in women’s track and field. Hurdler Billie Jo Bollinger and sprinter Riyana Owens posted victories to highlight their efforts and thrower Megan Manglaviti turned in another big day.

Bollinger ran to victory in the 400-meter hurdles with a personal-best time of 1:04.21 and she finished second in the 100-meter hurdles finals with a time of 14.92. She ran 14.98 in the prelims. Both times in the 100 hurdles event marked PSAC marks and her time of 14.92 in the finals – a personal-best – is the fourth-fastest time in school history. Bollinger’s effort of 1:04.21 in the 400 hurdles is an all-time top-five LHU performance.

• Competing at William & Mary’s Colonial Relays, Lock Haven’s men’s track and field team racked up a number of impressive efforts.

It was Tanner Walter, a Milton graduate, John Davern, Ryan Miller, Andrew Wehrle and Kirk Stewart who led the way. Walter finished 24th out of 45 finishers at 5,000 meters with a PSAC time of 15:32.78.

Davern was 14th in the 3,000-meter steeplechase with a PSAC mark of 9:34.23.

In the championship 400-meter race, Miller ran 48.80. The PSAC mark helped him finish fifth overall and he was top Division II finisher in a DI dominated field.

HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL

South Williamsport 8, Sayre 2

Sayre 001 100 0 — 2 6 4

South 000 071 x — 8 7 0

Horton, Hubbard (5), VanDuzer (5), Hayford (6) and Fabbri. Landon Lorson, Makai Day (4) and Kayne Jones. W: Day, (1-0). L: Horton.

Top Sayre hitters: Houseknecht 2-3, 2B, run. Top South hitters: Kaden Shay 2-4, run; Lorson 1-2, HR, 3 RBIs; Alex Neidig 2-3, run; Ben Stoetzel 1-4, RBI, run; DJ Gantz 1-3, run.

Records: South (1-0).

Muncy 6, Cowanesque Valley 4

CV 200 100 1 — 4 5 2

Muncy 014 100 x — 6 6 3

Tucker St. Peter, McGwire Painter (3) and Mike Sipps. Branson Eyer, Kadyn Berry (4), Eric Walters (6), Noah Confer (7) and Braydon Kamerer. W: Berry, (1-0). L: St. Peter. S: Confer, (1).

Top CV hitters: Painter 2-4, RBI; Julian Francis 2-2, 2B, 2 BB. Top Muncy hitters: B. Eyer 1-4, 2B; Confer 2-3, 2 2Bs, RBI; Alex Mairoana 1-3, 2B, 3 RBIs.

Records: Muncy (3-0), CV (0-2).

Wyalusing 10, Canton 0

(5 INNINGS)

Canton 000 00 — 0 2 2

Wyaulsing 202 15 — 10 12 2

Gavin Morse, Cooper Kitchen (3), Weston Bellows (5) and Braenan Taylor. Blake Morningstar and English. W: Morningstar. L: Morse.

Top Canton hitters: Morse 1-2; Taylor 1-2. Top Wyalusing hitters: Hugo 2-4, 2B, RBI, run; Moss 2-4, RBI, run; Morningstar 2-3, 2B, RBI, 2 runs; Vandermark 3-3.

Records: Wyalusing (1-0), Canton (0-2).

HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL

Wellsboro 17, Galeton 1

(3 INNINGS)

Wellsboro 782 — 17 11 0

Galeton 010 — 1 3 3

Rylie Boyce and Emma Coolidge. Schott and Sauley. W: Boyce. L: Schott.

Top Wellsboro hitters: Jordyn Abernathy 2-4, HR, RBI, 2 runs; Boyce 3-4, 2 RBIs, 3 runs; Alexandra Urena 2-3, 3B, 4 RBIs, 3 runs; Coolidge 3-3, RBI, 2 runs; Abby Owlett 1-2, run.

Records: Wellsboro (1-1), Galeton (0-1).

BOYS TENNIS

Hughesville 4, Loyalsock 1

SINGLES

1. Jett Pulizzi (L) def. Mikey Dylina, 6-2 6-4; 2. Mason Thomas (H) def. Logan Hammond, 0-6, 2-6; 3. Austin McKeon (H) def. Jackson Ellis, 1-6, 2-6.

DOUBLES

1. Trever Rothrock/Chase Michael (H) def. Caleb Shimko/Austin Schwarzer, 6-4, 6-1; 2. Reese Mcon Nick Turner (H) def. Ryan Cao/Kaden Bidelspacher, 6-2, 6-2.

COLLEGE SOFTBALL

Delaware Valley 8, Lycoming 0

(GAME ONE)

Lycoming 000 000 — 0 3 1

D.V. 000 161 — 8 14 0

Avery Eiswerth, Angie King (6) and Rachel Daub. Olivia Monismith and Bailey Smith. W: Monismith (4-5). L: Eiswerth (2-3).

Top Lycoming hitters: Kacee Reitz 1-2; Morgan Wetzel 1-3; Kylie Segraves 1-2. Top Delaware Valley hitters: Sierra Ripka 2-4, run; Carly Mahal 2-3, run; Olivia Monismith 2-4, RBI, run; Yasmine Gonzalez 2-2, RBI, run; Caitlyn Pollock 3-3.

Delaware Valley 4, Lycoming 0

(GAME TWO)

Lycoming 000 000 0 — 0 2 1

D.V. 100 120 x — 4 9 1

Payton Wharey and Kacee Reitz. Oliiva Monismith and Bailey Smith. W: Monismith (5-5). L: Wharey (2-3).

Top Lycoming hitters: Kacee Reitz 1-3; Morgan Klosko 1-3. Top Delaware Valley hitters: Sierra Ripka 2-4, 2B, run; Alyssa Gerdy 2-3, RBI, run; Olivia Monismith, 2B; Adina Brucie, 2B.

Records: Lycoming (4-10), Delaware Valley (6-9).

Lock Haven 9, Mansfield 1

(GAME ONE)

Mansfield 100 00 – 1 2 4

LHU 312 03 – 9 12 0

Danielle Goff and Anastasia Berardi. Madison Waltman and Sydney Arrigale. W: Waltman (7-2). L: Goff (2-5).

Top Mansfield hitters: Alexis Easling, 2B. Top Lock Haven hitters: R. McClellan 4-4, 2 RBIs, 3 runs; S. Peters 2-4, 3 RBIs, run; Arrigale 2-3, 2B, HR, RBI, run; R. Trexler 2-3.

Lock Haven 10, Mansfield 2

(GAME TWO)

Mansfield 00 20 – 2 4 1

LHU 260 2x – 10 6 0

Maddy Jean, Fallon Kelley (4) and Hannah Swartz. Jada Schellhamer and Sydney Arrigale. W: Schellhammer (1-3). L: Jean (0-1).

Top Mansfield hitters: Alexis Easling, 2B; Maddy Jean, HR. Top Lock Haven hitters: R. Trexler 2-2, 2B, 4 RBIs; R. McClellan, 3B.

Penn College 10, PSU Berks 2

(GAME ONE)

PSU Berks 100 01 — 2 6 1

Penn College 004 24 — 10 11 0

A. Shreck and N. Fay. M. Weaver and I. Morder. W: Weaver (4-2). L: Shreck (3-3).

Top PSU Berks hitters: S. Duncan 3-3, 2B, RBI, run. Top Penn College hitters: O. Hemstock 2-4, 3 RBIs; M. Weaver 2-2, 3 runs.

PSU Berks 1, Penn College 0

(GAME TWO)

PSU Berks 000 001 0 — 1 6 0

Penn College 000 000 0 — 0 4 1

B. Smith and E. Smith. K. Benner and I. Morder. W: Smith (5-2). L: Benner (5-3).

Top PSU Berks hitters: S. Duncan 3-4; P. Vivian, 2B. Top Penn College hitters: O. Hemstock 1-3; M. Hurst 1-3; I. Morder 1-3; K. Benner 1-3.

COLLEGE BASEBALL

Shippensburg 6, Lock Haven 1

(GAME ONE)

Shippensburg 000 033 0 — 6 11 0

LHU 010 00 0 — 1 3 1

Noah Nabholz and Andrew Chronister. Kevin Worek, Garrett Starr (6) and Garrett Nephert. W: Nabholz (4-0). L: Worek (3-4).

Top Shippensburg players: Joe Barbera 2-3, run; Carter Hinds 2-4, RBI, run; Matt Shilling 3-4, run; Ben Werkheiser, 2B; Lake Lloyd, 2B. Top Lock Haven hitters: Blaise Zeiders 1-3; Zach Kaatz 1-3; Nick White 1-2.

Shippensburg 9, Lock Haven 5

(GAME TWO)

Shippensburg 000 000 126 — 9 12 0

LHU 100 010 020 — 5 7 3

Gabe Stotler, Jacson Labianco (7), Kaleb Sophy (9) and Andrew Chronister. RJ Kruse, Matt Lingenfelter (6), Rylan Bailey (8), Aeden Walter (9) and Jake Mastillo. W: Sophy (2-6). L: Walter (0-2).

Top Shippensburg hitters: Andrew Chronister 2-5, 2B, 2 RBIs, run; Lake Lloyd 3-5, 2 2Bs, 2 RBIs, run; Justin Byler 2-3, HR, 3 RBIs, run; Matt Shilling, 2B; JuJu Cason, 3B. Top Lock Haven hitters: Gavin Troutman 2-4, 2B, run; Garrett Nephert 2-3, 2 RBIs, 2 runs.

Records: Shippensburg (13-17, 8-4 PSAC), LHU (7-19, 1-11 PSAC).

Penn College 2, PSU Harrisburg 1

(GAME ONE)

PSU Harrisburg 010 000 0 — 1 4 1

Penn College 000 001 1 — 2 5 0

D. Harshbarg, T. Stabley (7) and S. Merchant, J. Lantz. S. Zeigler and N. Gustkey. W: Zeigler (4-0). L: Harshbarg (1-3).

Top PSU Harrisburg hitters: B. Henn 2-3, run. Top Penn College hitters: J. Wagner 1-4, RBI, run; T. Rudolph 1-3; N. Gustkey 1-3; K. Smith 1-3.

PSU Harrisburg 5, Penn College 2

PSU Harrisburg 000 010 400 — 5 8 2

Penn College 000 020 000 — 2 5 2

Z. Gettys, D. Eden (8), K. Maiolo (9) and J. Lantz. B. Bretzman, J. Verrico (7), A. Snyder (8) and N. Gustkey. W: Gettys (4-1). L: Bretzman (4-4).

Top PSU Harrisburg hitters: C. Smith 4-4, RBI; J. Lantz 2-4, RBI, run. Top Penn College hitters; B. Robison 2-3; T. Rudolph, 2B.

WOMEN’S LACROSSE

Lock Haven 19, Slippery Rock 14

SRU 4 2 6 2 — 14

LHU 5 4 7 3 — 19

SRU goals: Emily Benham 6, Charleigh Rondeau 2, Rachel Mahoney 1, Katie Dlugosz 1, Eryn Little 1, Brooke Kelly 1, Jamie DiCarlo 1, Brooke Wisniewski 1. LHU goals: Krysta Reading 6, Caitlin Morrow 5, Abby Katrinak 3, Casey Hibbard 3, Josey Shaffer 1, Gracie Chaires 1.

Shots: SRU 28, LHU 25. Saves: SRU 6, LHU 14.

Records: Slippery Rock (6-4, 2-3 PSAC West), Lock Haven (5-4, 2-3 PSAC West).

Arcadia 16, Lycoming 14

Arcadia 3 3 5 5 — 16

Lycoming 3 4 2 5 — 14

Arcadia goals: Maddie Ruger 5, Ashley Starkey 3, Skylar Acker 3, Olivia Poley 3, Hannah McAllister 2. Arcadia assists: Skylar Acker 1, Hannah McAllister 1, Olivia Poley 1, Maddie Ruger 1, Ashley Starkey 1. Lycoming goals: Katie Maguire 4, Erika Boyer 4, Tess Arnold 3, Erin Henn 1, Kailey Stocker 1, Emma Lehr 1. Lycoming assists: Rorie Bass Foresman 1, Erin Henn 1.

Shots: A 31, L 44. Saves: A 13, L 10.

Records: Arcadia (5-6, 2-0 MAC Freedom), Lycoming (4-6, 0-2 MAC Freedom).

Lehigh 16, Bucknell 11

Bucknell 5 3 1 2 — 11

Lehigh 3 4 3 6 — 16

Bucknell goals: Tatumn Kohlbrenner 2, Emma Cashwell 2, Laurel McHale 2, Talyor Kopan 2, Phoebe Macleod 2, Taylor McClain 1. Lehigh goals: Gabby Schneider 5, Olivia Merneger 3, Nora Giordano 3, Emma Eberhardt 2, Casey O’Connor 2, Katia Carnevale 1.

Shots: B 23, L 20. Saves: B 4, L 12.

Records: Bucknell (5-6, 2-2 Patriot League), Lehigh (4-7, 1-3 Patriot League).

MEN’S LACROSSE

No. 13 Army West Point 10, Bucknell 9

Army West Point 3 1 3 3 — 10

Bucknell 1 5 0 3 — 9

Army goals: Reese Burek 4, Brendan Nitchem 2, Will Coletti 1, Wyatt Schupler 1, Paul Johnson 1, Bo Waters 1. Bucknell goals: Alston Tarry 4, Dutch Furlong 4, Harry Wellford 1.

Shots: A 26, B 21. Saves: A 12, B 16.

Records: Army (8-4, 4-1 Patriot League), Bucknell (7-3, 1-3 Patriot League).

Arcadia 20, Lycoming 9

Lycoming 3 2 3 1 — 9

Arcadia 4 7 5 4 — 20

Lycoming goals: Dominick Massaro 3, Owen Zimmerman 2, Patrick Dwyer 1, Michael Scarponi 1, Ryan Farrell 1, Sean Farrell 1. Lycoming assists: Owen Zimmerman 2, Markus Sidwell 2, Brandon Waden 1, Max Anderson 1. Arcadia goals: Brian Albertsen 7, Billy Burton 4, Brady Manion 2, Justin Chinici 2, Sean Connolly 2, Landan Hajek 1, Kyle McLaughlin 1, Alex Adamczyk 1. Arcadia assists: Brady Manion 5, Brian ALbertsen 4, Justin Chinici 3, Kyle McLaughlin 1, Alex Adamczyk.

Shots: L 25, A 39. Saves: L 19, A 16.

Records: Lycoming (4-7, 0-2 MAC Freedom), Arcadia (6-3, 2-0 MAC Freedom).

Penn College 16, Hilbert 10

PCT 3 8 2 3 — 16

Hilbert 4 3 2 1 — 10

Penn College goals: Quinn Caviola 7, Sam Hills 2, Devin Page 2, James Thatcher 2, Brendan Kuczma 2, Cole Spezialetti 1. Hilbert goals: Liam Doyle 2, Daniel Flynn 2, Joey DiMaria 2, Zach Blount 1, Jack Raymond 1, Brandon Bitka 1, Kevin Doyle 1.

Shots: PCT 29, Hilbert 23. Saves: PCT 13, Hilbert 13.

Records: Penn College (5-5, 1-1 United East), Hilbert (1-4, 0-1 United East).

WOMEN’S TENNIS

Lycoming 6, Arcadia 3

SINGLES

1. Hannah Seebold (L) def. Julia Paraboschi, 6-4, 6-7 (7-9), 6-2; 2. Emily Wolfgang (L) def. Kate Wyszkowski, 6-3, 6-3; 3. Rei Saar (L) def. Gertride Jeak, 6-2, 6-1; 4. Haley Seebold (L) def. Tatum Marino, 3-6, 6-1, 6-3; 5. Sarah Lanphear (L) def. Faith Rineer, 6-4, 6-1; 6. Samantha Neilbloom (A) by forfeit.

DOUBLES

1. Julia Paraboschi/Kate Wyszkowski (A) def. Hannah Seebold/Rei Saar, 8-6; 2. Haley Seebold/Emily Wolfgang (L) def. Tatum Marino/FAith Rineer, 8-5; 3. Gertride Jeak/Samantha Neilbloom (A) by forfeit.

Records: Lycoming (6-5, 1-0 MAC Freedom), Arcadia (0-2, 0-1 MAC Freedom).

Bucknell 6, Lehigh 1

SINGLES

1. Daniela Belini (B) def. Hamsa Javagal, 6-1, 6-3; 2. Junmoke James (L) def. Tyne Miller, 4-6, 6-2, 10-6; 3. Anna Lajos (B) def. Megha Dania, 6-3, 6-3; 4. Laurel Utterback (B) def. Anushka Dania, 6-2, 6-1; 5. Kate Novak (B) def. Brenda Cuadra, 6-2, 4-6, 10-6; 6. No contest.

DOUBLES

1. Daniela Belini/Whitney King (B) def. Junmoke James/Hamsa Javagal, 6-0; 2. Megha Dania/Anushka Dania (L) def. Madi Sebulsky/Anna Lajos, 6-2; 3. No contest.

King’s 9, Penn College 0

SINGLES

1. Addie Atkins (K) def. Delaney Bouton, 6-3, 6-1; 2. Ashley Kenia (K) def. Mary Kathryn Hillman, 6-1, 6-0; 3. Briana Moraca (K) def. Georgia Macensky, 6-0, 6-2; 4. Emily Morano (K) def. Amber Leitzel, 6-2, 6-1; 5. Hailey D’Amato (K) def. Alexis Youse, 6-1, 6-0; 6. Jackie Costello (K) def. Sostika Raj, 6-3, 6-0.

DOUBLES

1. Addie Atkins/Ashley Kenia (K) def. Delaney Bouton/Mary Kathryn Hillman, 8-7 (9-7); 2. Hailey D’Amat/Braelan Drollas (K) def. Georgia Macensky/Amber Leitzel, 8-7 (7-4); 3. Emily Morano/Jacie Costello (K) def. Sostika Rai/Kelly Williams, 8-1.

Record: Penn College (1-7), King’s (1-9).

Shepherd 5, Lock Haven 2

SINGLES

1. Maddy Reeves (LHU) def. Isabella Mascari, 6-2, 6-4; 2. Ally Frushour (S) def. Mia Shuler, 7-6, 6-3; 3. Morgan Burner (S) def. Delani Wolever, 6-0, 6-0; 4. Johnna Smith (S) def. Christy McLean, 6-1, 6-0; 5. Claire Dean (S) def. Olivia Sharp, 6-0, 6-2; 6. Joaquina Orlandini (LHU) def. Quinn Madden, 6-3, 6-4.

DOUBLES

1. Maddy Reeves/Mia Shuler (LHU) def. Isabella Mascari/Ally Frushour, 6-3; 2. Morgan Burner/Johnna Smith (S) def. Delani Wolever/CHristy McLean, 6-3; 3. Quinn Madden/Claire Dean (S) def. Olivia Sharp/Joaquina Orlandini, 6-4.

Records: Lock Haven (2-4, 0-1 PSAC), Shepherd (4-5, 1-1 PSAC).

MEN’S TENNIS

Arcadia 5, Lycoming 4

SINGLES

1. Elias Duthinh (A) def. Nathan Redell, 3-6, 7-6 (7-5), 6-0; 2. Jonathan Noble (A) def. Cody Greenaway, 6-2, 6-1; 3. Luke Leach (L) def. Francis Tamesis, 1-6, 6-2, 6-4; 4. Matthew Nagy (A) def. Casey Haas, 6-1, 1-6, 7-5; 5. Jason Anderson (L) def. Ryan Salmon, 6-2, 6-2; 6. David Cassel (A) def. Mohamed Ebeid, 2-6, 6-1, 7-5.

DOUBLES

1. Josh Noble/Elias Duthinh (A) def. Nathan Redell/Cody Greenaway, 8-3; 2. Luke Leach/Casey Haas (L) def. Francis Tamesis/Matthew Nagy, 8-4; 3. Jason Anderson/Mohamed Ebeid (L) def. David Cassel/Ryan Salmon, 8-3.

Records: Lycoming (4-6, 0-1 MAC Freedom), Arcadia (2-0, 1-0 MAC Freedom).

King’s 6, Penn College 3

SINGLES

1. Logan Gregory (K) def. Tucker Phillippe-Joh, 6-4, 7-6 (6-0); 2. Paul Langnein (PCT) def. Tommy Hallahan, 7-5, 6-1; 3. Patrick Pech (K) def. Alexander Norris, 4-6, 6-1, 6-2; 4. Aidan Temple (K) def. Jesse Knight, 6-2, 6-4; 5. Cody Zheng (K) def. Tommy Cavanagh, 6-0, 6-1; 6. Jacob Nelson (K) by forfeit.

DOUBLES

Tucker Phillippe-Joh/Paul Langnein (PCT) def. Logan Gregory/Tommy Hallahan, 8-4; 2. Alexander Norris/Jesse Kight (PCT) def. Nick Harth/Cody Zheng, 8-7 (8-6); 3. Jacob Nelson/ALex Nole (K) by forfeit.

Records: Penn College (5-2), King’s (4-6).

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