COAL TOWNSHIP - Shamokin built a two-point lead going into the fourth quarter against Shikellamy.

But the Indians couldn't hold on as the Braves outscored them 17-5 in the final quarter to win the Heartland Conference Division I contest, 44-34.

Ryan Sebasovich led Shamokin with 16 points, including three 3-pointers, but the Indians remain winless in conference play with a 2-8 overall record.

SHIKELLAMY (44) - Mowery 3 1-2 9, E. Tyler 2 3-6 7, C.J. Tyler 3 5-6 12, Herbster 0 2-4 2, Hammerman 0 2-2 2, Kenney 1 0-0 2, Montz 4 2-6 10. Totals 15 15-26 44.

SHAMOKIN (34) - Sebasovich 6 1-2 16, Yost 2 2-2 7, Stine 0 0-1 0, Pappas 4 0-1 9, Carsto 0 2-2 2, Taylor 0 0-0 0, Moyer 0 0-0 0, Campbell 0 0-0 0, Weaver 0 0-0 0, Deitrick 0 0-0 0. Totals 12 5-8 34.

3-point FGs: Sebasovich 3, Yost, Pappas, Mowery 2, C.J. Tyler.

Girls Basketball

Lourdes 56, Weatherly 27

COAL TOWNSHIP - Lourdes Regional (9-2) built a 26-point halftime lead and coasted home for a 56-27 girls basketball win against Weatherly in a Schuylkill League Division II-III crossover game Tuesday at Lourdes.

Rachel Schultz led Lourdes with 20 points and had six steals. Sarah Getchey and Nikki Komara scored 12 and 10 points, respectively.

WEATHERLY (27) - Dougherty 0 3-7 3, Adamczyk 0 1-2 1, Heistler 3 1-2 7, Polchin 3 0-0 6, Heister 2 0-0 5, Bizzare 1 0-0 2, Parker 1 0-0 3, Totals 12 5-11 27.

LOURDES (xx) - Long 0 0-0 0, C. Komara 0 0-0 0, Trell 1 0-0 2, Wheary 0 0-0 0, Khanna 0 0-0 0, N. Komara 5 0-0 10, Schultz 10 0-0 20, Getchey 4 0-0 12, Funk 2 1-2 5, Pennypacker 3 1-2 7, Koshinski 0 0-0 0. Totals 25 2-4 56.

3-point FGs: Weatherly (2) - Heister, Parker; Lourdes (4) - Getchey 4

JV: Weatherly 40 (Hartz 9, Wallish 9), Lourdes 25 (Angelique Pennypacker 11)

Juniata 57, Line Mtn. 32

MIFFLINTOWN - Carly Burns scored 20 points to lead first-place Juniata (5-0) over the Eagles (1-5) n a Tri-Valley League game. Victoria Varner and Madeline Zendt added 12 and 11 points, respectively, for the Indians.

Sarah Lahr scored 12 points to lead Line Mountain.

LINE MOUNTAIN (32) - Wolfe 1 0-0 2, Scott 0 1-2 1, Lahr 4 2-4 12, Lagerman 3 0-4 6, Reed 1 0-0 3, Zimmerman 1 0-0 2, Troutman 2 2-6 6, Poltonavage 0 0-0 0, Hunsberger 0 0-0 0, Balavage 0 0-0 0. Totals 12 5-16 32.

JUNIATA (57) - Swartz 1 0-0 2, Varner 4 3-3 12, Knepp 1 0-2 2, 4 3-4 11, Burns 6 8-8 20, Rhine 2 0-0 4, Winey 3 0-0 6. Totals 21 14-17 57.

3-point FGs: Line Mountain (3) - Lahr 2, Reed; Juniata (1) - Varner.

Wrestling

Schuylkill Valley 48, Shamokin 34

SHAMOKIN - Shamokin (6-9) built a 34-24 lead but dropped the final four bouts, three by forfeit, in the non-conference meet.

Bill Leon (132), Luis Martinez (138), Zach Biddiscombe (220) and Jordan Glosek (285) had wins for Shamokin. Leon, Biddiscombe and Glosek had pins.

132 - Bill Leon, S, pinned Kyle Dimouitz, 2:56 (6-0); 138 - Luis Martinez, S, maj. dec. Elijah Zimmerman, 21-8 (10-0); 145 - Zach Homan, SV, pinned Josiah Miller, 3:07 (10-6); 152 - Colby Geisinger, SV, pinned Brett Rebuck, 2:14 (10-12); 160 - Ken Anderson, S, won by forfeit (16-12); 170 - Joey Wanck, SV, pinned Chase Tillett, 1:04 (16-18); 182 - Jacob Bailey, SV, won by forfeit (16-24); 195 - Anthony Anonia, S, won by forfeit (22-24); 220 - Zach Biddiscombe, S, pinned Dante Giorgio, 3:34 (28-24); 285 - Jordan Glosek, S, pinned Trevor Crupi, 5:02 (34-24); 106 - Jacob Horst, SV, won by forfeit (34-30); 113 - Mason Shuman, SV, won by forfeit (34-36); 120 - Joshua Giorgio, SV, won by forfeit (34-42); 126 - Tanner White, SV, pinned Brett Long, 2:28 (34-48)

Central Columbia 61 Southern Columbia 18

ALMEDIA - Colton Temple (182), Kent Lane (126) and Blake Marks (152) were winners for Southern (4-3) against powerful Central Columbia (14-1). Marks and Lane improved to 12-0 with their wins, and Jake Becker (12-1) lost for the first time.

182 - Colton Temple, SC, pinned Cyler Wedge, :31 (6-0); 195 - Matthew Hackenberg, CC, pinned Ben Clark, 1:15 (6-6); 220 - Eric McCracken, CC, dec. Jake Becker (6-9); 285 - Alexander Shiber, CC, won by forfeit (6-15); 106 - Trystan Johnson, won by forfeit (6-21); 113 - Taylor Johnson, CC, won by forfeit (6-27); 120 - Lewis Williams, CC, maj. dec. Brett Shepard, 17-5 (6-31); 126 - Kent Lane, SC, pinned Steve Shannon, 4:19 (12-31); 132 - Jesse Shannon, CC, won by forfeit (12-37); 138 - Tyler Johnson, CC, pinned Diego Otero, 2:52 (12-43); 145 - Aaron Johnson, CC, inj. def. Connor Houseknecht, (12-49); 152 - Blake Marks, SC, pinned Cameron Farr, :44 (18-49); 160 - Nicholas Fester, CC, forfeit (18-55); 170 - Jacob Coombe, CC, pinned Steve Toczylousky, 3:03.

Tri-Valley 37, Line Mtn. 21

MANDATA - Tri-Valley got the matchups it wanted and took six of eight contested bouts to turn back Line Mountain 37-21.

Ty Schoffstall and Anthony Snyder notched falls for the Dawgs (6-1), while Caleb Bordner won a wild, 18-10 major decision over Cameron Newman.

Tri-Valley also got three tight decision wins: Chase Schaeffer 2-0 over Colton Zimmerman at 132, Lyle Troutman 1-0 over Erik Smeltz at 195 and Mason White 2-1 in the tiebreaker over Rayce Boyer.

In a featured bout at 145, Line Mountain's Seth Lansberry edged Blake Bowman 1-0. Last season at states, Lansberry placed seventh at 132 and Bowman was a qualifier at 138.

106 - Stephen (TV) won by forfeit; 113 - No bout; 120 - Bordner (TV) dec. Newman, 18-10; 126 - Carl (LM) pinned Reed, :40; 132 - Schaeffer (TV) dec. Zimmerman, 2-0; 138 - Harner (TV) won by forfeit; 145 - Lansberry (LM) dec. Bowman, 1-0; 152 - No bout; 160 - Schoffstall (TV) pinned Heim, 2:21; 170 - Snyder (TV) pinned Renn, 3:22; 182 - Shaffer (LM) won by forfeit; 195 - Troutman (TV) dec. Smeltz, 1-0; 220 - White (TV) dec. Boyer, 2-1 TB; 285 - Hoffman (LM) won by forfeit

Girls swimming

Shamokin 96 Danville 75

DANVILLE - Emily Bridy won the 200 individual medley and 100 butterfly to lead the Indians over the Ironmen.

Other winners for Shamokin were Stef Hile (50 freestyle), Ciana Rollman (diving), Mariah Bielski (100 freestyle) and Samantha Carpenter (100 breaststroke).

200 medley relay - Danville (Getkin, Difilippo, Rarig, Meredick) 2:04.09; Shamokin; Shamokin; 200 freestyle - Kasey Getkin, D, 2:15.96; Noelle Erickson, S; Michelle Fellin, S. 200 IM - Emily Bridy, S, 2:34.51; Amber Rarig, D; 50 freestyle - Stef Hile, S, 29.08; Evelyn Madrak, S; Tianna Pride, D; Diving - Ciana Rollman, S, 186.50; Meredick, D; Mariah Bielski, S; 100 butterfly - Bridy, S, 1:12.75; Erickson, S; Rarig, D; 100 freestyle - Bielski, S, 1:04.78; Meredick, D; Pride, D; 500 freestyle - Nicole Difilippo, D, 6:03.97; Evelyn Madrak, S; Michelle Fellin, S; 200 freestyle relay - Shamokin (Hile, Bielski, Erickson, Bridy) 1:56.18; Danville; Shamokin; 100 backstroke - Kasey Getkin, D, 1:08.96; Hile, S; Katie Faust, S; 100 breaststroke - Sam Carpenter, S, 1:11.75; Difilippo, D; Meredick, D; 400 freestyle relay - Danville (Getkin, Pride, Rarig, Difilippo) 4:25.15.

Boys swimming

Danville 108, Shamokin 74

DANVILLE - Joe Colangelo (200 IM) and Josh Scheuren (500 freestyle) were individual winners for the Indians, and Joe Malafronte (200 free, 100 free) was a double winner for the Ironmen.

200 medley relay - Shamokin (Stefanowicz, Colangelo, Craft, Haight) 2:03.68; Danville, Shamokin; 200 freestyle - Joe Malafronte, D, 1:53.21; Andrew Eveland, S; Trevor Karchner, D; 200 IM - Joe Colangelo, S, 2:27.72; Nathan Boyle, D; Levi Craft, S; 50 freestyle - Zach Smith, D, 23.29; Mike Rodarmel, S; Andrew Smith, D; Diving - Joseph Gentilucci, D, 177.55; Nick Kapp, D; Briar Forbes, S; 100 butterfly - Nathan Boyle, D, 1:10.34; Craft, S; Haight, D; 100 freestyle - Malafronte, D, 50.88; Z. Smith, D; A. Smith, D; 500 freestyle - Josh Scheuren, S, 5:30.26; Chris Malafronte, D; Karchner, D; 200 freestyle relay - Danville (Z. Smith, Sheridan, A. Smith, J. Malafronte) 1:38.22; Shamokin; Danville; 100 backstroke - Jacob Sheridan, D, 1:10.81l Brian Stefanowicz, S; Tyler Vella, S; 100 breaststroke - C. Malafronte, D, 1:11.27; Colangelo, S; Forbes, S; 400 freestyle relay - Danville (Z. Smith, Sheridan, A. Smith, J. Malafronte) 3:41.84; Shamokin; Danville.