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Nola Muir continued her phenomenal start, hitting six sans hits and tightening 13 as Muncie beat Melville, 10-0. One day after winning 20 out of nine rounds against Bucktel in a pitch-dark match, Muir beat Melville and also went 2-for-3 by three. Catcher Taylor Shannon and Lily Frederick each produced two hits and led Shannon in two while Muncie improved to 4-0. Casey Fry added a hit and scored three times.

• Branson Ayer led the match by touring at home and setting the tone as Muncie beat Melville, 15-3. Ayer also put in a great game, hitting 10 in 5 and 2/3 runs to earn the win. Muncy produced 11 songs and Gio Persun had a great day, going 4 for 4 with double. Brydon Kamerer doubled, Ross Air doubled as well and Cameron Kamerer went 2 for 3 while Muncie improved to 6-1.

The North Penn-Mansfield baseball team won its third game in a row and did so in dramatic fashion, turning its six-game deficit into a 14-8 win over Troy. The Tigers trailed Troy 6-0 in the second half, but they scored six goals in the bottom second and four in the third to go on forever. Cam Fabian and Easton Pequignot each produced three hits and Derek Litzelman was 2 for 3 with three RBIs. Rookie Alex Davis scored two goals and led in two rounds and 10 North Penn Mansfield players combined for 15 strokes. Freshman Cooper Shaw took the win with relief.

Montgomery rallied in the seventh inning and scored three runs, but a seven-game deficit was too much to overcome as CMVT beat him, 7-3. Hunter Jackson went 2 for 3, leading the way for Montgomery. Caleb Hall was 1 for 1 with the RBI and Thayden Miller hit a double.

Cowanesque Valley scored eight runs in the fourth inning to put Mercy’s rule in play in their 19-3 win over Williamson.

Tucker St. Peter 3 for 4 with four RBIs and Mikey Sipps went 4 for 5 with double, triple and four RBIs. Julian Francis went 4 against 4 with two doubles and two RBIs. Larson Swimley and Nick West went 2 for 2.

• Loyalsock went 1-2-3 in the long jump as Katie Hughes of Lancer won a 15ft 0 inch jump in Loyalsock’s 96-49 women’s track and field loss to Bloomsburg.

Maddie Hall is second (14-3 3/4) and Megan Alvarez is third (13-10 1/2). Hughes finished second in the triple jump with a 31-0 1/2 jump.

Loyalsock’s Megan Lowe was second in the discus with the 81-8 throw and Natalie Power was the second in the javelin throw (81-6).

• Loyalsock’s Andres Quintana won the 400 in 52.07 as teammate Lucas Pearson finished second with a time of 57.57 to help drive Loyalsock, but the Lancers lost in the boys’ track and field to Bloomsburg, 84-64. In the 800, Loyalsock’s Gavin Grieco won a time of 2:13.27, winning the event by seven seconds. In the 1600, Stephen Ling of Loyalsock won with a time of 5:12.29, winning the event by 25 seconds.

Will Burdett of Loyalsock won the 110 and 300 hurdles with times of 16.46 and 44.06, respectively. He also took the long jump with an 18-7 1/2 jump.

John Cooley, Chris Cooley, Benjamin Capel and Conor Kelleher won the 3200 relay in 11:03.62.

• In boys’ tennis, she swept Central Mountain Jersey Shore 5-0. David Lindsay, Ethan Hall, and Nate Brinker all won the singles. Jackson Walker and Leisher Gugino, as well as Joe Kimi and Nick Bergalini, won the doubles.

Hughesville also had a clean sweep for Milton, aided by a waiver. Mickey Dellina and Mason Thomas won in the singles. Trever Rothrock and Chase Michael along with Reese Moon and Nick Turner won the doubles.

Montorsville swept Loyalsk 5-0 as well. The Warriors only left matches in the first doubles, making clean sweeps in straight sets the rest of the match.

• Sending a tie round to the board In each of the last four innings, the Lycoming College softball team came close in Game Two of the MAC Freedom doubleheader with Misericordia University, falling 7-5. The Warriors fell in the first game 6-0.

After Misericordia scored seven goals, the Warriors responded with three at the bottom of the half to equalize within two with a 7-5 score. Freshman Rachel DeWolf set out for a picnic before first-year Avery Isworth, a Williamsport alumnus, picked the center and hit young Kaley Kinley with a pitch to load the bases. DeWolfe scored, a foul scored by Eiswerth and Kinley scored for a double robbery attempt.

The Warriors opened the game with two runs in the first half, with sophomore Williamsport alumnus Kylie Seagraves and freshman Rachel Daub each individual individual before freshman Morgan Wetzel, a Central Mountain alumnus, scored to the left with two naysayers. to sign up. Both runners.

Penn College scored 10 runs in the first inning and 14 in the third to head toward 27-3 in the defeat to SUNY Morrisville.

Mansfield swept home at Millersville, 13-3 in 5 games and 9-6 in Game Two.

In the first competition, Anastasia Berardi was the only hitter at Mansfield with an extra base kick as she hit her home run.

Lacey O’Donnell scored a double and a hat-trick in the second half, and Gap Drum and Daniel Gauff scored a double.

• College of Pennsylvania defeated Gallaudet in college baseball, 11-3. The Wildcats only led 3-2 after two rounds, but scored six runs in the last two rounds.

Mansfield split two heads with Slippery Rock, winning the first game, 8-5, before losing in the second game, 3-1. In the first game, Mansfield had five players with at least two injuries. Asaph Lungart was walking his own land.

• After her impressive performance over the weekend, Billy Joe Bollinger of the Lock Haven University women’s track and field team was named PSAC Outdoor Track Athlete of the Week.

Bollinger performed at the Bald Eagles track as LHU hosted the Elliston Early Bird Open on Saturday, April 9th. The outstanding striker managed to achieve exciting victories in the 100 hurdles and 400 hurdles.

In the 400-meter hurdles, she continued to climb her way into the Lock Haven record books. Her 1:03.25 win time was the third fastest in school history and represents PSAC #1.

• Wilkes swept the Lycoming College golf team 9-0. Casey Haas forced three sets against Rodnel Sensen.

• Tucker Phillip-Goh of Penn College, 6-1, 6-3, beat Shane Gleeson as Penn College beat PSU Berks, 5-4, in men’s tennis. Then he won with Paul Langenbein in the doubles competition for first place in the doubles with a score of 8-2.

• The Lycoming College women’s tennis team fell to Wilkes 9-0. Freshman Sarah Lanfer pulled off a tiebreaker for fifth singles, but fell to Wilkes Abby Bellecki, 7-6 (7-2), 6-4.

In women’s tennis, Penn College beat PSU Berks, 9-0. In the singles move, Penn College’s Delaney Button needed three sets to beat Casey Schop, winning 5-7, 6-2, 14-12. Alexis Yuz beat the Wildcats in fifth, 6-0, 6-1, over Sam Hagenbush.

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