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DOYLESTOWN -- Eric Bohem drove in Rob Lemoncelli from second base with a one-out single in the 10th inning to lead the King’s baseball team past Delaware Valley 4-3 on Sunday.


With the win, King’s swept the three-game season series from Delaware Valley, improving to 9-2 overall and 3-1 in Freedom Conference.


Boehm finished 2-for-5 with three RBI, including a two-run single in the fifth inning. Lemoncelli went 2-for-4 with two runs, while Brian Mikus added a double and a run.


King’s relief pitcher Joe Dorbad struck out two and retired the Aggies in order in the 10th to seal the victory.


COLLEGE BASEBALL


Misericordia takes two


Matt Karabin and Justin Haddix both posted strong outings on the mound for Misericordia as the Cougars swept Manhattanville 5-0 and 7-2 on Saturday.


Karabin pitched a complete-game shutout in the opener, Justin Haddix struck out four and allowed no runs in four innings of work.


Julian Faria had three doubles and three RBI for Misericordia in the opener, while Joe Tagliarini chipped in three hits in the second game.


COLLEGE SOFTBALL


King’s piles up runs


Amanda Cardone went 6-for-8 with two home runs, a double and six RBI in a doubleheader sweep of Delaware Valley.


King’s (10-2) cruised to 18-0 and 13-4 victories.


Karissa Kross allowed one hit, struck out eight and earned the win in the circle.


Brittany Haight pitched the final 4 1-3 innings of the nightcap, struck out seven and didn’t allow a hit.


HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL


Trojan Classic Championship Game


Northwest 10, Nanticoke 4, 8 innings


Kevin Volkel hit a double, scored two runs and added two RBI to lead Northwest to an extra-inning victory.


Pete Feno chipped in a double, an RBI and a run for Northwest, while Devin Mazonkey also hit a double and scored a run.


Tyler Myers led Nanticoke with two hits and two RBI, while Sean Boyle added a hit and two RBI.


Volkel earned tournament most valuable player honors. Nanticoke’s Sebastian Maul earned the sportsmanship award.


In the consolation game, Dallas defeated Lake-Lehman 9-3.


COLLEGE MEN’S TENNIS


Wilkes 8, Moravian 1


Wilkes earned straight-set victories in four singles matches and won all six en route to a victory over Moravian.


Teams of Michael Kranz and Connor Peckman, and Brendon Blachowski and Clarke Freeman also won their doubles matches to lead the Colonels.


With the win, Wilkes moved to 4-2 on the season.


COLLEGE WOMEN’S LACROSSE


Elmira 19, Misericordia 5


Brooke North led Misericordia with two goals in the Cougars’ loss to Elmira at home.


Allie Elmes added a goal and an assist for Misericordia, while Jenny Perucca and Stephanie Piser each chipped in a goal.


Perucca also led the Cougars with four groundballs.


H.S. BOYS LACROSSE


Selinsgrove 14, Dallas 4


Joey Delamater led Dallas with two goals as the Mountaineers couldn’t overcome an 8-1 halftime deficit to Selinsgrove on Saturday.


Corey Metz and Brendan Baloh each added a goal for Dallas, while Omar Nijmeh and Porter Luksic dished out one assist apiece.

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