A memorable win for Holy Redeemer’s Lyndsey Williams at WVC meet

MESHOPPEN — Lyndsey Williams remained unbeaten as Holy Redeemer moved from one set of opponents to another through the Wyoming Valley Conference cluster meet schedule. When the entire conference gathered Wednesday at the Wyoming County Fairgrounds for the Ed Narkiewicz WVC Championship Meet, Williams again stood above the pack. The Holy Redeemer junior covered the […]

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Dallas dominant at WVC cross country championships

MESHOPPEN — While the Dallas teams were reasserting their dominance over the Wyoming Valley Conference, Jack Zardecki was putting on an individual show Wednesday. The Dallas junior opened a lead over the first half of the race, then ran away from the field for a 24-second win in the Ed Narkiewicz Wyoming Valley Conference Championship […]

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Dallas cross country squads finish regular season unbeaten

LEHMAN TWP. — The Dallas boys capped a performance worthy of a defending state champion loaded with experience. The school’s girls team brushed off the graduation of a two-time individual state champion. Together, the Mountaineers cross country program once again stands at the top of the Wyoming Valley Conference after both teams swept a cluster […]

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2016 WVC Cross Country Preview: Dallas begins quest to defend crown

The combination almost seems unfair. Dallas is the defending state Class 2A boys champion. The Mountaineers return nearly their entire lineup. And, if that was not enough, the Mountaineers are still young. It all adds up to Dallas being a prohibitive favorite to win its sixth straight Wyoming Valley Conference title. The title chase on […]

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Dallas’ Jack Zardecki wins at Cliff Robbins Sr. Memorial High School Invitational

DALLAS TWP. — Dallas junior, Jack Zardecki, led a field of over 200 runners, winning top honors in the Varsity Boys 5K Run at the Cliff Robbins Sr. Memorial High School Invitational Cross Country Races at Letterkenny Fields on Saturday. Zardecki crossed the finish line in 16 minutes and 52 seconds. He outran second-place finisher, […]

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Times Leader Girls Cross Country Player of the Year Ally Rome wraps up golden career

Dallas coach Matt Samuel sensed the calm in Ally Rome in the days before she headed to Hershey to defend her PIAA Class 2A Cross Country Championship. “Leading into the state championships this year, her comment to me was, ‘coach I’m really in a good spot. If I go down to the state championships and […]

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Dallas’ Ally Rome heading to Princeton

Dallas senior Ally Rome has officially committed to continue her distance running career at Princeton University. She made the announcement Wednesday evening. “I went there and I absolutely loved the team, the coach and the campus,” she told the Times Leader after she made the announcement. “Obviously it has amazing academics.” Rome picked Princeton over […]

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Times Leader Boys Cross Country Runner of the Year Dominic Hockenbury runs straight into history

By the time Dominic Hockenbury breezed across the state finish line with his second straight PIAA title, he’d already secured a spot in cross country history. Now he’s looking for more. Hockenbury, the Lake-Lehman long-distance champion and 2015 Times Leader Boys Cross Country Runner of the Year, became the first District 2 boys athlete to […]

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Ally Rome, Dominic Hockenbury repeat as PIAA cross country champions

HERSHEY — From the beginning, they were wearing the biggest targets, hunted the heaviest and chased the most. Because Ally Rome and Dominic Hockenbury spent their whole senior seasons as the runners everyone else was trying to catch. In the end, no one ever did. Rome cracked open a tight race at the end, Hockenbury […]

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Dallas boys capture PIAA Class 2A cross country crown

HERSHEY — They say there’s strength in numbers. And when a group of over-achieving Dallas boys banded together, they turned out to be No. 1. For the first time in school history, Dallas captured a cross country state crown Saturday by finishing with a score of 96 total places to capture the Class 2A overall […]

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