Liseth Montoya’s hat trick helped lead Juniata’s girls soccer team past Millersburg. Katey Martin and Victory Frantz scored twice, Ashlyn Pennebaker once for the Indians in the 8-0 win.
East Juniata’s boys cruised past Line Mountain, 11-2. Nine different Tigers scored, including Xavier Clement, who scored three times.
The Mifflin County and Hershey girls tied at a goal each, with Aubrey Strohecker scoring for the Huskies. The boys from Chocolate Town USA beat Mifflin County, 6-1, with Leeum Noeerr scoring for the Huskies.
Upper Dauphin shut out Juniata’s volleyball team, 3-0. Jasmine and Jordan Hockenberry with 16 digs each in defeat for JHS.
Mifflin County’s Reagan Shafranich golfed in a Mid-Penn match at Boiling Springs yesterday, carding a 110 on the day, which was good enough to qualify for the Mid-Penn championships a week and a half from now.
With every game meaning more and more, the Phillies won last night, beating Atlanta, 9-5. The Fightin’s remain two out in the race for the final National League wild card. They have a rare Friday off today before taking on visiting Boston on Saturday and Sunday. The Pirates, meanwhile, won in San Francisco, 4-2. They’ll spend a few days in Chicago to play the Cubs.
Tonight’s high school football schedule has Mifflin County hosting Northern. Juniata welcomes in Line Mountain. Mount Union hosts Southern Huntingdon, Newport travels to Upper Dauphin and the Huntingdon Bearcats are at Clearfield.
Tampa Bay beat the Panthers in Carolina last night, 20-14. The Steelers host Seattle on Sunday afternoon, while the Eagles are in Atlanta that night.
Tomorrow, Juniata College is at Franklin & Marshall while #13 Penn State hosts the cross-state Pitt Panthers.