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Local roundup: CM tennis continues winning ways

Central Mountain tennis dominated Shikellamy in tennis Monday afternoon. Ethan Hall, Jackson Walker and Asher Talbot all picked up wins in singles action for the Wildcats. In doubles, Leisher Gugino and Lucas Porter won No. 1s and Jackson Proctor and Nick Piergallini won No. 2s. Both wins came via forfeit.

•Wyatt McClain tossed six innings and the got the win for Bald Eagle Area in its 8-3 victory over Clearfield Monday. McClain struck out four and walked two on the mound for the Eagles. Ryan Gearhart suffered the loss for the Bearcats. Kyler Cunningham homered for BEA while Hayden Vaughn and Ryan Kresovich both compiled three hits each.

• The Penns Valley baseball team fell, 7-1, to Southern Huntingdon Monday. Ty Houtz went two for three with two singles and an RBI.

• Seth Chapman netted seven goals as Bellefonte lacrosse took down Danville by a count of 12-11 Monday. Outsider of Chapman, Gabe Moyer and Shea Chapman both tallied two goals a piece. Harrison Herr also scored for the Raiders.

• The Lock Haven University softball team fell on the road Tuesday against PSAC Eastern Division opponent East Stroudsburg The Warriors pulled away late in game one to take the contest and took game two behind strong pitching. After an ESU run in the bottom of the first, Sydney Arrigale (Blackwood, N.J./ Highland Regional) wasted no time tying the game at one. Arrigale launched a solo home run to left center for her second blast of the year. In the top of the fifth inning Riley McClellan (Granvillesummit, Pa./ Troy) singled plating Kinley Gioglio (Stroudsburg, Pa./ Stroudsburg) and Amanda Criss (Bel Air, Md./ Bel Air) who previously reached on singles of their own to trim the Warrior lead to 4-3. The 4-3 score line held until East Stroudsburg pulled away late to take control of game one. In game two, East Stroudsburg jumped out to an early lead in game two scoring in the second and third innings. The 4-0 lead for ESU after three innings proved to be the final. McClellan led off the game with her second hit of the day lacing a single up the middle. In the fifth inning McClellan stole base number 17 on the year in as many attempts to remain perfect on the season. Summer Peters (Lancaster, Pa./ Lampeter-Strasburg) collected two hits for Lock Haven singling up the middle and to the left field.

Boys tennis

Central Mountain 5,

Shikellamy 0

1 Ethan Hall def CJ Doebler. 6-3. 6-0 2 Jackson Walker. def Micah Stahl 6-0. 6-0

3 Asher Talbot def Luke Fatool. 6-0 6-0

1D. Leisher Gugino/Lucas Porter. won by forfeit 2D Jackson Proctor/Nick Piergallini won by forfeit

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