MILL HALL - Mifflin County had no problem putting away Altoona in the opening round of Central Mountain's softball tournament Saturday.
Against the home team, it was a different story. Central Mountain shut down and shut out the Huskies, 4-0, to win the title. In the first round, Altoona was a 7-4 victim to Mifflin County.
Against Altoona, Brandi Sherwood had two extra-base hits and drove in four runs to pace the offense. Kale Hunter and Sherwood each had three hits in the game. The highlight from the second game was six strikeouts by Shelby Lyter in the loss. The Huskies, who had 10 hits in the first game, were held to two in the second.
Mifflin County (10-5) travels to Bald Eagle Area Wednesday.
Northern York 6,
MILLERSTOWN - Northern York came on late, scoring five runs across the final two innings for a 6-2 win over Greenwood in non-league softball action Saturday. Salene Shaffer had two hits, including a double, for the Wildcats.
Greenwood (11-5) is back at it today, hosting Millersburg in a Tri-Valley League game.