From staff reports
MECHANICSBURG - Mifflin County's first trip to a Mid-Penn Conference golf course was just a sign of what the Huskies have in store this season.
Mifflin County shot a five-player score of 435 at Armitage Golf Course to give it a fifth-place finish in its Commonwealth Division debut. Host team Cumberland Valley fired a 383 to claim the win. Mechanicsburg (394), Northern (407) and Carlisle (414) rounded out the top four spots.
Husky No. 3 player Hunter Wright shot a team-low 76, good for fifth overall. Jason Perry carded a 15th-place 78. The other scores for Mifflin County were each in the 90s.
"Our score does not reflect the effort our guys have put forth this off season," Mifflin County coach Kevin O'Donnell said. "We are certainly capable of better golf. Playing this course for the first time was a great experience for us."
Marc Auker (91), Nate Koller (92) and Evan Pupo (98) were the final three players figured into the scoring for the Huskies.
Mifflin County (2-4) hosts the Mid-Penn at Lewistown Country Club today at 1 p.m.
"We get to have the division travel to us (today) and I'm sure we will play some better golf on our own turf."
PALMYRA - Mifflin County's first girls tennis match was suspended due to the weather. The match will be continued today.