Another four goals for Juniata’s Tad Shellenberger in the Indians’ 8-1 boy’s soccer win over Upper Dauphin. Bryce Rush scored twice for Juniata. The Indian girls won too, besting Moshannon Valley, 6-1. Ashlyn Pannebaker and Victory Frantz with a pair of goals each in the win. Elsewhere yesterday, East Juniata’s girls shut out Susquenita, 10-0, thanks in part to a five-goal game from Kierstyn Fogle. Leah Sankey added a hat trick for the Tigers. Greenwood’s boys, meanwhile, edged EJ in overtime, 1-0. And Palmyra swept Mifflin County, beating the Husky boys 2-0 and the girls 6-0.
In area field hockey, Red Land blanked Mifflin County, 3-0. Kiana Sechler of the Huskies played well in defeat, with six kills, a pair of assists and a dig. And, in field hockey, Greenwood’s Leah Bryner had a goal and three assists as the Wildcats knocked off East Juniata, 10-1. Karah Goss was the only one to score for the Tigers.
The Phillies picked up a game in the race for the final National League wild card. The Fightin’s are two in back of Chicago after beating Atlanta last night, 6-5. The Pirates, meanwhile, lost out in San Francisco, 5-4.
And the Juniata College women’s volleyball team drops from three to six in the latest weekly rankings. Emory remains number one, receiving 70 of 78 first place votes.