MOUNT UNION - The regular season ended for both the Mount Union and East Juniata golf teams ended Friday, but for the Trojans the finish was a little bit sweeter when a 343 put them in first over East Juniata (357) and Newport (386).
East Juniata's Jeremy Pannebaker carded a 79 to lead the Tigers while Mount Union's Ryan Varner finished four strokes behind for the best Trojan score.
"I am very proud of Ryan Varner on his last home match shooting an 83. He walked off his final match as a senior doing himself proud. The whole team did themselves proud," Mount Union coach Matt Fiscus said.
Fiscus also said the win put his team on the right course heading into the playoffs.
East Juniata coach Mike Zendt said he was impressed with the way Mount Union improved since the first time the teams met earlier in the season.
"I wasn't disappointed with the way we played, it just wasn't quite to their level," he said.
Mount Union (10-1) will advance to the sectional tournament Tuesday while East Juniata (17-10-3) begins district play Thursday.
Cumberland Valley 7, Mifflin County 0
MECHANICSBURG - Cumberland Valley was more than the Mifflin County field hockey team could handle Friday as the Huskies took a 7-0 Commonwealth Division loss.
Jordan Myers had nine saves for Mifflin County, but the Huskies were still flooded by Cumberland Valley goals as a different girl was responsible for each Eagle tally.
Mifflin County hosts Carlisle Tuesday.
Belleville Mennonite 3, Harrisburg Academy 1
WORMLEYSBURG - Andrew Miller did the heavy lifting on offense while teammate Sam Kauffman came through in the goal as the Belleville Mennonite boys soccer team dropped Harrisburg Academy 3-1 Friday.
In the first half, Miller notched two of his three goals, while Kauffman came through with what coach Brian Renno identified as a key save on a penalty kick during the stanza.
"I said at the beginning of the season that he will be counted on to come up with big saves to keep us in games and that is what he did this evening," Renno said. Kauffman had 12 saves in the contest.
Renno also gave credit to Derek Byler - who was responsible for an assist in the first half - for working hard at midfield to give the team a second-half spark.
Belleville Mennonite (5-3-1) travels to Bishop McCort Monday.