Juniata’s boys cross country team won its third straight Tri-Valley conference championship, thanks to overall winner Garrett Baublitz, who finished just seven seconds off the course record. The Indians’ girls team placed second, despite a first place win from Emily Houtz and a runner-up finish from her sister Sydney.
East Juniata’s boys cruised to an 11-0 soccer win over Line Mountain. Eight different Tigers scored, including a hat trick by Xavier Clement. EJ’s girls also shut out Line Mountain. Thea Neimond and Kierstyn Fogle with a pair of goals each to lead the Tigers’ offense in the 7-0 victory.
Juniata’s field hockey team shut out Susquenita. Ashlyn and Nylah Pannebaker scored Indian goals in the 2-0 victory. Elsewhere, Cumberland Valley blanked Mifflin County, same score, 2-0.
A 3-1 victory yesterday for the Juniata volleyball team. Hunter Johns with 26 digs, six kills and five aces in the win over Halifax. Kylie Jewell had 22 digs with Mackenzie Bennett pitching in 14 assists.
The Flyers improved to 2-0 early in the NHL season. Philly over New Jersey last night, 4-0.
St. Louis scored 10 first inning runs en route to a 13-1 win in Atlanta to advance to the National League Championship Series against the Washington Nationals. Clayton Kershaw’s playoff woes continued as the L.A. Dodgers lefty gave up a pair of back-to-back eighth inning homers in relief, allowing the Nats to tie the game at three before winning it in the 10th, 7-3, thanks to a Howie Kendrick grand slam. Tonight, Houston hosts Tampa for the right to face the New York Yankees in the American League Championship Series.
And the undefeated, defending Super Bowl champion Patriots welcome the New York Giants to New England tonight for the Week Six kickoff in the NFL. The Eagles are in Minnesota on Sunday at one, while the Steelers are in Los Angeles to play the Chargers on Sunday night,