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BERWICK — Kylene Welsh was 3-for-4 with an RBI as Berwick edged Dallas 4-3 in a WVC Division 2 softball game on Saturday.

The Dawgs (9-2) scored the winning run with one out in the bottom of the seventh. They increased their lead to one game over Tunkhannock (8-3) with the win. Margaret Bridge struck out eight and also had an RBI.

Abby Berger had two hits for Dallas. Taylor Baker and Sam Missal each had an RBI.

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WP — Margaret Bridge (9-2) 7 I{, 6 H, 2 R, 1 ER, 1 BB, 8 K. LP — Mallory Faux (0-2) 6.1 IP, 7 H, 3 R, 2 ER, 2 BB, 1 K.

2B — Taylor Baker.

Top hitters — DAL, Abby Berger 2-3, Taylor Baker 1-3, RBI, Sam Missal 1-2, RBI. BER — Moriah Lynn 2-3; Kylene Welsh 3-4, RBI; Bridge 1-3, RBI.



James Cross Invitational

Molly Rupert and Olivia Magni finished first in the javelin and pole vault events for Northwest at the Wilkes-Barre James Cross Invitational at Wilkes-Barre Memorial Stadium on Saturday.

Olivia Jendrezjewski placed first in the long jump and high jump events for Hanover Area.

Catie Gawlas led Dallas with victories in the 100 and 200 meter dashes.

100m DASH: 1. DAL Gawlas, 12.50; 2. COU Bourdeau; 3. MEY Conahan; 200m DASH: 1. DAL Gawlas, 26.34; 2. MEY Conahan; 3. MEY Quinniea Gross; 400m DASH: 1. COU Bourdeau, 1:00.94; 2. CRE Krupski; 3. NW Brubaker; 800m RUN: 1. GAR Odziejewski, 2:35.46; 2. MEY Hernandez; 3. CRE Krupski; 1600m RUN: 1. NAN Morgis, 5:25.11; 2. WVW Mericle; 3. WA Heidacavage; 3200m RUN: 1. DAL Dissinger, 11:27.10; 2. NAN Morgis; 3. WVW Mericle; 100m HURDLES: 1. WA Stackhouse, 16.34; 2. NW Walsh; 3. WA Shemanski; 300m HURDLES: 1. WW Urian, 47.28; 2. COU Tona; 3. NW Walsh; 400 RELAY: 1. COU, 52.79; 1600 RELAY: 1. COU (Tamar Bourdeau, Nathaniela Bourdeau, Ray, Tona), 4:20.50; 3200m RELAY: 1. WVW (Tyler, Park, Paddock, Plant), 10:52.70; HIGH JUMP: 1. HAN Jendrezjewski, 5-2; 2. NW Jimcosky; 3. WA Stackhouse; POLE VAULT: 1. NW Magni, 9-9; 2. CRE Bennett; 3. COU McGrane; LONG JUMP: 1. PITT Giambra, 16-11 1/4; 2. WA Stackhouse; 3. HAN Jendrezjewski; TRIPLE JUMP: 1. HAN Jendrezjewski, 35-1 3/4; 2. SP Pattera; 3. NW Jimcosky; SHOT PUT: 1. WW Hassan, 36-6 3/4; 2. AH Chapman; 3. HAN Fine; DISCUS: 1. HAN Fine, 102’8”; 2. NW Womelsdorf; 3. WW Hassan; JAVELIN: 1. NW Rupert, 113-11; 2. DAL Kravitz; 3. WW Urian.


James Cross Invitational

Coughlin won two of three relay events at the Wilkes-Barre James Cross Invitational at Wilkes-Barre Memorial Stadium Saturday.

Anthony Khalife also added victories in the shot put and discus events for Coughlin, while Connor Flaherty, David Sadvary and Mujahid Chesson also added individual victories for Coughlin.

100m DASH: 1. COU Chesson, 10.70; 2. RIV Tucker; 3. WVW Ortiz; 200m DASH: 1. RIV Tucker, 22.60; 2. COU Malone; 3. GAR Benton; 400m DASH: 1. GAR Benton, 50.00; 2. NW Briggs; 3. COU Decinti; 800m RUN: 1. WVW Butkiewicz, 2:02.40; 2. DAL Ehret; 3. COU Slenzak; 1600m RUN: 1. NW Lewis, 4:44.80; 2. MEY Snyder; 3. GAR Oldziejewski; 3200m RUN: 1. COU Sadvary, 10:21.50; 2. WVW Williams; 3. CRE McGuire; 110m HURDLES: 1. WVW Bunch, 15.00; 2. COU Moorhead; 3. COU McDonald; 300m HURDLES: 1. NW Burger, 40.80; 2. COU McDonald; 3. HAN Williams; 400 RELAY: 1. COU, 43.20; 1600 RELAY: 1. COU (Chesson, Decinti, Keen, Bourdeau), 3:32.30; 3200m RELAY: 1. WVW (Specht, Becker, Endler, Butkiewicz), 9:02.90; HIGH JUMP: 1. COU Flaherty, 6-3; 2. HAN Kerestes; 3. NW Burger; POLE VAULT: 1. VV Wilkes, 13-9; 2. DAL Harding; 3. HAN McFadden; LONG JUMP: 1. NW Burger, 21-7 1/2; 2. COU Malone; 3. WVW Bunch; TRIPLE JUMP: 1. WVW Bunch, 41-2 1/4; 2. COU Flaherty; 3. COU Keen; SHOT PUT: 1. COU Khalife, 46-2; 2. AH Williams; 3. HAN Sheridan; DISCUS: 1. COU Khalife, 149-1; 2. AH Williams; 3. PITT Poli; JAVELIN: 1. DAL Kozloski, 154-1; 2. COU Pilch; 3. HAN Belcher.


Wyoming Valley West 7, Hazleton Area 1

Evan McCue hit a grand slam in the third inning to give Wyoming Valley West the lead and the eventual victory over Hazleton Area on Sunday.

Chris Nixon earned the victory on the mound for the Spartans as he struck out six in seven innings of work.

Mike Leonard added two hits and two RBI in the win, while Nick Hogan chipped in an RBI single.

Joey Baran went 3-3 with two doubles and an RBI to lead Hazleton.

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Lake-Lehman 17, Crestwood 6

Alysa Adams scored six goals, while Mallory Wilson added five goals and two assists to lead Lake-Lehman to a victory over Crestwood on Friday.

Amelia Jenkins recorded two goals and one assist in the win, while Rachel Pilch, Colleen Spencer and Courtney Thomas each chipped in a goal.

Makenzie Borum stopped 11 shots in goal for Lake-Lehman.

Lizzy Dessoye scored five goals to lead Crestwood in the loss.


Misericordia 9, DeSales 5

Misericordia University scored five five runs in the bottom of the eighth to secure its third straight Freedom Conference Championship and an automatic berth in the NCAA Championships in a win over DeSales University on Sunday at Quakertown’s Memorial Park.

The Cougars dropped their opening round game, but rattled off four-straight victories to claim the conference crown.

Misericordia trailed 5-4 in the bottom of the eighth before Julian Faria hit an RBI-single to right field to tie the game at five. After Faria’s hit, Ryan Cacchioli smacked a single to right field, which gave the Cougars a 6-5 advantage.

After a few walks, Andrew Tressa ripped a single to center to give the Cougars a 9-5 lead.

Evan Robaczewski earned the victory on the mound, pitching two hitless innings and striking out two.

Tressa compiled three hits in the game, including the 200th of his career, and recorded three RBI. Julian Faria also drove in three runs and added two hits.

Misericordia freshman left fielder Kyle Lindsay earned Tournament MVP honors, hitting .409 with two doubles, two RBI, seven runs scored and four stolen bases.

The Cougars advanced to the NCAA Tournament where they will host the Mid-Atlantic Regional at PNC Field in Moosic.

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