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Muncy senior Emilie Nagel scored her 50th career goal and was one of three Muncy players to score twice as the Indians shut out Millville, 7-0. Mia Edkin and Avery Bigelow also scored twice for Muncy (9-5), while Emma McCormick added a goal. Nagel scored his 50th career goal with an assist from Edkin in the 15th minute. Nagel scored two of the first three goals after Edkin opened the scoring and Bigelow followed with his two goals.

Wellsboro blanked North Penn-Mansfield, 4-0, as four Hornets scored. Molly Ingerick, Lindsey Benedict, Kate DeCamp and Rylie Boyce all scored in the first half.

• Jersey Shore beat Milton 2-1 on the Bulldogs’ senior night as Nick Bellomo scored with 54 seconds left in double overtime on a rebound shot from Carter Stackhouse for the thrilling win.

Evan Yoder got an assist from a free kick to Seth Yoder which gave Milton a 1-0 lead before Bellomo netted an assist from Isaiah Reibson to equalise.

Tyler Westcott scored twice in the second half as Loyalsock beat Mifflinburg, 3-1. Evan Anderson scored late in the first half to give the Lancers a 1-0 lead before halftime.

Gavin Grieco added an assist.

• Jersey Shore tennis reached the district team semifinals on Tuesday, beating Loyalsock, 3-1. After winning the District 4 Individual Championship, Peyton Dincher won a tightly contested three-set match against fellow semi-finalist Anna Hall, 6-2, 4-6, 6-2.

The doubles teams of Breanna Porter and Addison Koch and Jaymison Stellfox and Rebecca Pietraski won back-to-back matches for Jersey Shore to help them clinch the match. Izzy Dadzie was victorious for Loyalsock at No. 3 in the singles, winning in straight sets. Jersey Shore will face Central Columbia in the semifinals on Tuesday.

• In women’s volleyball competition, Central Mountain beat Wellsboro, 3-0 (25-16, 25-14, 25-22). Central Mountain statistics were not available.

Emily Starkweather and Meredith Brownlee each managed six wins.

Natalie Cleveland led the Green Hornets with 10 digs and Brownlee and Lexi Urena both added seven.

• Alex Esterling tied a Mansfield single-game record with four goals while leading the Mountaineers to a 5-0 win over Slippery Rock in women’s field hockey.

Esterling’s four goals equaled the record set by 2013 graduate Tarny Schawillie. She also entered the domestic tie for the first goal with 11.

• The Lycoming College women’s soccer team lost in the MAC Freedom game to third-placed Misericordia University, 9-0. South Williamsport graduate senior Bella Green led the Warriors (8-4-2 overall, 2-2 MAC Freedom) with four shots.

Michaela Fasolino and Olivia Maniskas led the Cougars (11-0-1 overall, 3-0 MAC Freedom) with two goals apiece.

Megan Miller made six saves, but East Stroudsburg edged Lock Haven, 1-0. Miller made five saves in the first half as Lock Haven battled to a halftime draw.

Bucknell’s Jenna Hall and Loyola’s Paige Sim showed off their All-Patriot League skills in a 0-0 draw.

Now 7-5-2 overall and 4-1-1 in Patriot League play, Bucknell dropped a spot in a share of second place in the standings. Boston University, a 2-1 winner over Holy Cross, improved to 5-1 for 15 points, while the Bison and Black Knights are two points behind.

Loyola (6-4-4, 3-1-2 PL) is alone in fourth place with 11 points, while Lehigh (3-2-1, 10) and Navy (3-3-0, 9) hold the final two playoff berths with three games to go.

• Lock Haven men’s soccer team faced East Stroudsburg in a crucial Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference East Division battle with playoff implications at stake. The Warriors won the game 1-0 behind a late goal .

East Stroudsburg were on the front foot for most of the first half with seven corners and nine shots in the first half. Both teams attempted 12 shots in total in the first 45 minutes, but the scoreline stood at 0-0.

Aitor Ruiz de Eguilaz made five saves in the Bald Eagles goal. Eguilaz faced 16 shots from the Warriors as ESU held a 16-14 shooting advantage.

Penn College fell to Susquehanna, 2-0. The River Hawks scored a goal in each half as Seth Sidle and Walter Wyatt found the back of the net.

The Wildcats had 10 total shots.


Muncy 7, Millville 0

Mu-Mia Edkin, 14:54. Mu-Emilie Nagel (Mia Edkin) 3:31 p.m. Mu-Emilie Nagel, 31:00. Mu-Avery Bigelow (Edkin), 46:32. Mu-Bigelow (Edkin), 47:39. Mu-Edkin (Kenzie Haas) 62:24. Mu-Emma McCormick, 72:03.

Shots: Mu 34, E 12. Corners: Mu 7, E 4. Saves: Mu 11 (Addi Gresh 7, Katie Shipton 4), E 27 (Caitlyn Ludwig).

Records: Muncy (9-5, 9-3 at half-Penn)

Wellsboro 4, NP-Mansfield 0

W-Molly Ingerick, 3:41. W-Lindsey Benedict (Molly Ingerick), 9:52. W-Kate DeCamp (Jordyn Abernathy), 24:32. W-Rylie Boyce (penalty), 27:32.

Shots: NPM 1, W 19. Corners: NPM 0, W 10. Saves: NPM 15 (Tierney Patterson), W 1 (Annie Gehman).


Jersey Shore 2, Milton 1 (2 OT)

M-Seth Yoder (Evan Yoder), 29:40. JS-Nick Bellomo (Isaiah Reison), 4:47. JS-Bellomo (Carter Stackhouse), 9:06.

Shots: JS 11, M 6. Corners: JS 8, M 2. Saves: JS 5 (Camero Fishel), M 9 (JOnah Strobel).


Jersey Shore 3, Loyalsock 1



1. Peyton Dincher (JS) def. Anna Hall, 6-2, 4-6, 6-2; 2. Celia Shemory (JS) vs. Maddy Hall (L) did not finish; 3. Izzy Dadzie (L) def. Ella Gerst 6-1, 6-2


1. Breanna Porter/Addison Koch (JS) def. Chloe Kennedy/Nora Bowes 6-1, 6-4; 2. Anna Lanks/Jaymison Stellfox (JS) def. Rebecca Pietraski/Elle Campana 6-4, 6-3

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