WYOMING — Wyoming Area's Serra Degnan scored in overtime to turn aside a second-half rally by Lake-Lehman, as the Warriors won 3-2 on Wednesday.
Bree Bednarski had scored twice to give the Warriors a 2-0 lead before Korri Wandel tied it up with two goals of her own to force overtime.
Sally DeLuca picked up her second assist when she set up Degnan for the game-winner. It was the first win for coach Lunda Comiskey.
First half: 1. WA, Bree Bednarski (Sally DeLuca), 29:09 Second half: 2. WA, Bednarski (Gianna Gennetts), 17:08; 3. LL, Korri Wandel (Carly Gromel), 12:28; 4. LL, Wandel, 5:44 Overtime: 5. WA, Serra Degnan (DeLuca), 9:57
Shots: LL 12, WA 8; Saves: LL 6 (Tiffany Malinowski), WA 7 (Lexi Coolbaugh); Corners: LL 6, WA 6.
Marnie Kusakavitch scored twice in the second half to open up a close game and propel Holy Redeemer past Dallas.
Chelsea Skrepenak dished out three assists for the Royals.
First half: 1. HR Rachel Platko (Chelsea Skrepenak) 10:00 Second half: 2. HR Marnie Kusakavitch (Skrepenak) 18:00; 3. HR Kusakavitch (Skrepenak) 7:00
Shots: DAL 3, HR 14; Saves: DAL 8 (Lily Amadio), HR 4 (Selena Malacari); Corners: DAL 4, HR 2.
The Lions controlled much of the play but didn't score until Daria Lewandowski broke a tie midway through the second half.
Courtney Ditchey earned the shutout for Trail. Laura Bibbs made 13 saves for the Buckhorns.
Second half: 1. LT, Daria Lewandowski (Shelby Croasdale), 10:33
Shots: WAL 6, LT 34; Saves: WAL 13 (Laura Bibbs), LT 3 (Courtney Ditchey); Corners: WAL 2, LT 14.
Riki Stefanides scored twice and assisted on another as Wyoming Valley West picked up a home win at home with a shutout of Delaware Valley.
Casey Dolan and Maura Anistranski scored for the Spartans.
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First half: 1. WVW Riki Stefanides 23:39; 2. WVW Casey Dolan (Stefanides) :45 Second half: 3. WVW Maura Anistranski (Lilly Shemo) 20:33; 4. WVW Stefanides (Alex Gonda) 1:18
Shots: DV 2, WVW 21; Saves: DV 18 (Grace Cadigan), WVW 2 (Jocelyn Polney); Corners: DV 2, WVW 17.
Morgan Kile, Elizabeth Dessoye and Hannah Ackers scored for the Comets in the road win.
Bridget Kinlaw had 12 saves for the Trojans.
First half: 1. CRE Morgan Kile 8:27 Second half: 2. CRE Elizabeth Dessoye (Maury Cronauer) 17:24; 3. CRE Hannah Ackers 9:21
Shots: CRE 20, NAN 2; Saves: CRE 1 (Dallas Kendra), NAN 12 (Bridget Kinlaw); Corners: CRE 10, NAN 2.
Honesdale controlled play from the start in the home win.
Mary Martin, Janie Murphy and Elyssa Stanton each scored twice for the Hornets.
First half: 1. HON Mary Martin (Bailey Martin) 19:53; 2. HON Megan Benson (Sam Krempasky) 17:20: 3. Janie Murphy (Mickey Johannes) 15:55; 4. Elyssa Stanton (Krempasky) 8:18. Second half: 5. HON Krempasky (Johannes) 26:55; 6. HON Johannes 23:00; 7. HON Stanton 22:00; 8. HON Martin 16:07; 9. HON Murphy (Bridget McVeigh) 14:47.
Shots: AH 5, HON 35; Saves: AH 11 (Claire Notarianni), HON 4 (Nicole Cush); Corners: AH 5, HON 15.