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WEST PITTSTON — It took another 10 innings for Wyoming Area to get its second run of the day. It was exactly enough to win.


Pitchers Mike Carey and Jake Granteed helped keep Dallas off the board long enough for the Warriors to claim a 2-1 win in 11 innings on Friday at Atlas Field.


It was the longest game in the WVC season. In 2012, Hazleton Area defeated Holy Redeemer in a contest that went 12 innings over two days.


Trent Grove knocked in both runs for the Warriors (5-3), with the first coming in the bottom of the first inning and the second coming as an unearned run in the 11th. Grove, Jordan Zezza and Nick O’Brien had two hits apiece in the win.


Carey started and went nine innings, allowing just four hits. Granteed pitched the final two frames for the win.


Justin Brojakowski went 3-for-5 for the Mountaineers (5-3). Sophomore Jordan McCrumm pitched into the eighth inning giving up only a run in the first. He and Brian Stepniak combined for 10 strikeouts.


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Lake-Lehman 14, Pittston Area 6


A pair of freshmen helped the Black Knights (2-6) snap a six-game losing skid in league play.


Zach Brucher’s bases-loaded double in the sixth helped put the Patriots (1-6) away while fellow rookie Tyler Long went the final four innings for the win.


Cahil Carey went 4-for-4 with a double and three RBI for Lehman. Pittston Area’s Josh Razvillas went 2-for-3 while driving in three.


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H.S. BOYS VOLLEYBALL


Holy Redeemer 3, Delaware Valley 0


Mike Prociak had 13 kills in the Royals win.


Alex Kotch contribiuted 14 service points and Kenny Rexer had 13 service points in the win.


Delaware Valley was ledy by 20 assists from Tyler Brady.


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Delaware Valley171718


Top Players: HR Mike Prociak 13 kills, 3 blocks; Mike Morrisojn 8 kills, 6 blocks; Alex Kotch 14 service points, 6 digs; Kenny Rexer 13 service points, 5 digs.


DV Jason Clader 3 service points, 3 assists, 10 kills, 3 blocks, 10 digs; Tyler Brady 5 service points, 20 assists, 6 digs; Bobby Crawford 6 kills


COLLEGE BASEBALL


DeSales 13, King’s 3


DeSales University defeated King’s College in the first of a three-game weekend series.


Tim Marchetti led King’s by going 2-for-4 while Anthony Lizzi finished 2-for-5 with a RBI double.

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