Aubrey Strohecker scored three times to lead Mifflin County’s girls soccer team past Waynesboro, 5-2. Elsewhere yesterday, Waynesboro edged the Husky boys in overtime, 2-1. East Juniata’s boys nipped Juniata, 3-2, Susquenita shut out the Tiger girls, 2-0 and Juniata’s girls edged Line Mountain, 2-1. Line Mountain’s field hockey team, meanwhile, took care of EJ, 7-0.

Mifflin County lost to State College but beat Central Dauphin in boy’s cross country action. The Husky girl’s lost to both of those teams.

Newport won yesterday’s tri-match with second place Millersburg and third place East Juniata. Tanner Barth led the Tigers with an 84.

J.T. Realmuto’s walk-off triple may have saved the Phillies season. At least for now. The catcher tripled home two runs in the bottom of the 10th, lifting the Fightin’s past Baltimore, 3-2 last night. Atlanta, who leads Philadelphia by  three games with just over a week and a half to play, beat Arizona, 6-1.

The Pirates, reduced to the role of spoiler, put a hurt on Cincinnati’s wild card hopes last night with a 6-2 win over the Reds.

It looks as if Ben Simmons, to the delight of many Sixers fans, is done in Philadelphia. ESPN is reporting that Simmons will not report to camp and instead will demand a trade out of the city.

And the Juniata College women’s volleyball team is up to #11 nationally, up three spots from the last rankings release. Johns Hopkins remains #1.