The Daily Item
SUNBURY — Jeremy Bacon’s pin at 285 pounds helped Shikellamy clinch a 47-23 Heartland-I victory over Midd-West on Thursday.
In addition to Bacon’s fall, Shikellamy (4-5 overall) also got pins from Tyler Hepler (120), Jared Brown (132) and John Rohrbach (160), plus a 19-2 technical fall from Tristan Paul (138).
Tanner Ebright (126) and Alex Leiberman (170) got pins for Midd-West.
“Rohrbach did a good job, Bacon did a great job getting a pin for us and (Jesse) Shambach did a good job after being down 5-0 and winning,” said Shikellamy coach John Supsic.
Central Columbia 38,
Warrior Run 19
TURBOTVILLE — The Blue Jays reeled off four straight wins between 132 and 152 pounds on two technical falls and a pin to take a 23-3 lead and the HAC-II victory.
For Warrior Run, Nick Rohm had a pin at 160 and Zack LeBarron had a major decision at 106.
DANVILLE — The Ironmen only got three points on a decision from David Burke at 160 pounds to fall in the HAC-II matchup. Danville is 0-2 overall and in the division.
Line Mountain 33
MANDATA — The Wildcats were the recipients of six forfeits as they held on for the Tri-Valley League win. Out of the six wins for the Eagles, four came by way of pin: Cameron Newman (113), Seth Lansberry (152), Brendan Renn (170), Rayce Boyer (195).
Mount Carmel 12
MOUNT CARMEL — The match all but belonged to the Green Dragons as they picked up five pins en route to the HAC-II win. Getting pins for Lewisburg were Jordan Gessner (113), Dante Taylor (120), Max Reed (160), Brandon Smith (220) and Kyle Santorine (285).
SELINSGROVE — The Wildcats won the first 10 bouts to take a 47-0 lead and the HAC-I win. Mifflinburg improves to 2-2, 2-1 in the conference.
BLOOMSBURG — Alexis Angstadt and Cory Yerger scored 23 and 20 points, respectively, to lead the Braves to the HAC cross-over victory.
Yerger and Raven Fatool also pulled down 10 rebounds apiece and Kiera Smith added 10 points for Shikellamy (5-3), which opened with a 22-3 lead in the first quarter.
LEWISBURG — Behind a career night from Lois Lesher and a near double-double from Emily Conrad the Green Dragons rolled to the HAC-II victory.
Lesher scored a career-high 21 points in addition to grabbing six rebounds and blocking four shots.
Also for Lewisburg, Conrad scored 15 points and pulled down nine rebounds for Lewisburg (4-2).
Kayla Kline scored 14 points for Mifflinburg (1-6).
Sunbury Christian 66,
New Covenant 22
NORTHUMBERLAND — Led by Torri Erdman’s career-high 26 points, four players scored in double figures to lead the Eagles to the Allegheny Christian Athletic Asssociation win.
Erdman also had eight rebounds, while Abby Daddario added 16 points, Tiffany Billings had 10 points and nine rebounds and Faith Gingrich scored 10 points for Sunbury Christian (8-1, 5-0 ACAA).
Lourdes Regional 58
COAL TOWNSHIP — Rachel Schultz scored 22 points for the Red Raiders, but the Bulldogs had Taylor Troutman and Tara Nahodil score 21 apiece to result in the Schuylkill League win.
Sarah Getchey added 13 points, eight rebounds and three assists for Lourdes (6-2), which also got seven points, six assists, four steals, five rebounds and five blocks from Nikki Komara.
So. Williamsport 37
MILTON — Mack Miller had 18 points and 10 steals as the Black Panthers took the HAC cross-over win.
Emily Baker added 12 points and nine rebounds, while Brooke Swartz chipped in 11 rebounds for Milton (3-5), which used an 11-0 run in the first quarter to take control of the game.
Sunbury Christian 47,
New Covenant 46
NORTHUMBERLAND — The Eagles trailed the whole game until the final moments when Blake Spangler-Jones went coast-to-coast for a layup as time expired to give the hosts the ACAA win.
Spangler-Jones finished with 14 points and six rebounds, while Karch Carey had eight points and seven rebounds for Sunbury Christian (5-6, 4-2 ACAA).
Lewisburg boys/girls both sunk by Williamsport
LEWISBURG — The Millionaires had the Green Dragons’ number, taking a 97-71 victory on the boys side and a 98-79 win over the girls.
Adon Shapiro and Will Sumfest picked up two wins apiece for Lewisburg, while on the girls side Emily Maxwell and Caitlin Foley both had four wins each for the Green Dragons.