Boys’ Basketball

Mount Union 58

West Branch 26

Mount Union’s junior high boys remained unbeaten with a 58-26 win over visiting West Branch Monday afternoon.

Jayvien Brumbaugh scored 20 points to lead the Trojan offense. Luke Barksdale and Rayquan Smith added 12 points each.

The Trojans (8-0) are back in action Thursday when they travel to Williamsburg for a 3:45 p.m. contest.

Girls’ Basketball

Tussey Mt. 21

So. Fulton 20

After being held scoreless in the first quarterr and falling behind by 10 points at halftime, Tussey Mountain used a strong second-half effort to come all the way back for a 21-20 victory over Southern Fulton Monday afternoon in Warfordsburg.

Alayna Clark tossed in nine points for the Titans (7-0), who trailed 17-7 at the intermission. Tussey outscored the Indians 14-3 in the second half, including shutting out Southern Fulton in the third quarter. R. Hull had nine points for the Indians.

Tussey Mountain travels to So. Huntingdon Thursday.

Wrestling

Juniata Duals

Southern Huntingdon was 0-5 at the Juniata Junior High Dual Tournament Saturday in Mifflintown. The Rockets lost to Susquenita (61-24), Danville (66-18), Juniata (69-22), Glendale (51-34) and Huntingdon (69-25).

Tommy Cohenour (145) was a perfect 5-0 on the day and Landon Kling (130) was 4-1. Kyler Cromwell (115), David Fisher (85), Hayden Campbell (100), Jacob Zinobile (155), Elijah Harper (122) and Cameron Morgan (145) were 2-3. Gunner Doyle (95) was 1-4 and Caden Scott (110) was 1-3.

The Rockets will be back in action Thursday when they travel to West Branch.

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