Stephen Ruch went 5-for-8 with five RBIs to lead Wilkes to a Freedom Conference sweep of Delaware Valley on Saturday.
Wilkes took game one 10-2 before posting a 6-4 victory in the second game of the twinbill.
Patrick Condo picked up the complete game win on the mound for Wilkes in game one, striking out a season-high eight batters. In game two, Ruch went 3-for-4 to lead the way.
King’s loses two
The Monarchs dropped their Freedom Conference doubleheader to DeSales. King’s lost 12-6 in the first game and 5-2 in the second game.
Steve Brynock hit a grand slam in the second inning of the opener. In the nightcap, Cody Patton pitched a solid game for King’s, striking out six.
Cougars earn sweep
Misericordia won the first game 12-9 and 16-4 in the nightcap.
In the first game, Chris Boroch had three hits and two RBI. In game two, Dan Kliesh struck out five and scattered nine hits to earn the complete game victory.
Farmingdale 11, Misericordia 10
Misericordia lost a tight game in overtime. Andrew Reynolds led the Cougars with four goals and an assist and Lane Kocovski added three goals.
Patrick Johnson made 23 saves.
Wilkes 19, Cedar Crest 2
Carley Smith scored two goals and assisted on five others to lead the visiting Lady Colonels to victory.
Wilkes improves to their best start in school history to 7-0 following the win.
King’s 14, Cazenovia 12
Despite being a player down, the Lady Monarchs battled to victory over Cazenovia for their first win of the season.
Jessica Ormrod lead the scoring charge for King’s, tallying four goals on four shots.
King’s drops doubleheader
The Lady Monarchs lost 3-2 in the first game and 10-2 in the second game.
In the opener, Amanda Cardone was 2-for-3 while Amy Kowalczyk added a RBI double. In the second game, King’s mustered just five hits.
Misericorida 8, Lycoming 1
Tony Goodall and Corey Dulsky scored wins in singles, as well as teaming up to grab a victory in doubles.
Misericordia 9, Lycoming 0
Cassie Foy and Breanne Phillips each scored a win in singles for the Cougars.
TRACK AND FIELD
Misericordia opens season
The Cougars opened their season at the Washington & Lee Carnival.
Andrew Nelson finished third at 400m (49.60) and was fourth at 200m (22.31) and qualified for the ECAC Championships in both events.
Anna Nole qualified for the ECAC championships with her jump of 1.5. Bianca Bolton will join her with a fourth-place finish in the 5,000m (18:14).
H.S. GIRLS LACROSSE
Freedom 11, Lake-Lehman 9
The Black Knights fell to Bethlehem Freedom. Alysa Adams (four goals), Hannah Stull (two), and Mallory Wilson (two) all scored multiple times for Lake-Lehman. Makenzie Borum recorded 11 saves.