WRIGHT TWP. – Crestwood handed Dallas its first loss in boys soccer in nearly three years on Saturday with a 4-2 victory in a Wyoming Valley Conference Division I showdown.
John Andrews scored 10 minutes into the game for Crestwood's first goal and a 1-0 lead at halftime.
Alex Buchholz gave the Comets a 2-0 lead two minutes into the second half. Danny Saba, who scored both Dallas' goals, trimmed the lead to 2-1 a few minutes later. But Aaron Wroblewski's tally at the 30:00 mark gave Crestwood a 4-1 advantage.
Dallas' last loss came on Oct. 19, 2009 to Wyoming Valley West as its 30-game conference winning streak was snapped.
First half: 1. CRE, John Andrews (Alex Buchholz) 30:00
Second half: 1. CRE, Buchholz (Marty Ryman) 38:00; 2. DAL, Danny Saba 32:00; 3. CRE, Aaron Wroblewski (Alex Machalick) 30:00; 4. DAL, Saba :45
Shots: DAL 14, CRE 15; Saves: DAL 2 (Casey Baring), CRE 9 (Steven Rerick); Corners: DAL 6, CRE 3.
Ambriy Molchanov and Malcolm Lumia scored one goal apiece to lead Wyoming Seminary to a close win against Meyers.
Cal Lisman scored the only goal for Meyers.
First half: 1. SEM Ambriy Molchanov (Henry Cornell), 9:08; 2. SEM: Malcolm Lumia (Dylan Bassham), 15:34; 3. MEY Cal Lisman (Keith Ostrowski), 33:47
Shots: MEY 5, SEM 14; Saves: MEY 12 (David Torres, Adam Casey), SEM 4 (Andrew Drewchin); Corners: MEY 1, SEM 6
Tristan Williams scored Hazleton Area's only goal and Caleb Ancharski had 23 saves in the net in the loss to Lehighton.
First half: 1. LEH Dan Baka; 2. LEH Austin Schlosser;
Second half: 3. HAZ Tristin Williams; 4. LEH Dylan Kleintop
Shots: LEH 40, HAZ 10; Saves: LEH 6 (Geoff Ebbert), HAZ 23 (Caleb Ancharski); Corners: LEH 8, HAZ 0
Rudy and Ryan Georgetti both led Dallas to victory shooting four-over par in a meet with Hazleton Area from Thursday.
Rich Gawel led Hazleton Area shooting four-over par as well.
(at Irem G.C. par 36)
DAL – Rudy Georgetti 40, Ryan Georgetti 40, Justin Borjakowski 44, Chad Delona 44
HAZ – Rich Gawel 40, Dave Mehalick 48, Josh Provost 49, Joe Baran 51
The Lady Colonels defeated Usrinus 3-1 by scores of 25-22, 25-20, 26-28 and 25-18 in game one of a two-game day at the Greyhound Premiere Invitational. They then knocked off Alvernia 3-0 by scores of 25-18, 25-19, 25-12.
The Lady Monarchs won 3-2 over Wesley winning by scores of 25-19, 23-25, 21-25, 25-15, 15-8 in their first game of the Moravian Tournament.
Emily Heimbecker led with 10 kills and 12 digs while Kelsie Kramer added nine kills and two solo blocks.
Later in the day King's fell to Alvernia 25-22, 25-21, 20-25, 25-17.
Emily Heimbecker again topped the team with 10 kills and eight digs while Kramer tallied nine kills and four digs while Alexa Nelson posted eight kills and five digs.
Lindsay Hischak netted a goal with two assists while Rebecca Hindman recorded a goal and an assist as the Lady Cougars notched the win.
Terra Hall, Hannah Harvey and Allison Alexander each added a goal while Haley Brandt earned the win in the net for the Cougars.
Lexi Thompson scored the game-winning goal in a thrilling overtime win over the Tigers in the consolation game of the Colonel Classic.
Alisha Bowers, Aliya Frankel recorded one goal in the win as well while Alexis Reed had seven saves in net.
Katy Fissel broke open a tie game with an unassisted goal at the 79:36 mark to lead visiting Wilkes.
Lisa Semetti earned her first collegiate win in net finishing with one save on the afternoon.
King's dropped its season-opener at home as Lauren Duguid started the game in net making one save and not allowing any goals int eh first half before being relieved.
King's picked up its first win of the season on the second day of the Monarch/Royal Classic.
Brandon Raynor notched two goals while Kevin Buchanan, Erik Foster, Chris Nygen and David Stroh all scored one goal apiece.