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Doug Campbell’s bases-loaded walk sends Northwest past Nanticoke Area in WVC baseball

May 04. 2014 12:37AM
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SHICKSHINNY — Doug Campbell drew a bases-loaded walk with two outs in the bottom of the eighth as Northwest edged Nanticoke 4-3 in Wyoming Valley Conference baseball Saturday.

The winning run scored after Dave Samulevich opened the inning with a double and Nanticoke decided to issue two intentional walks to load the bases.

Eric Gurzynski pitched two-hit ball over seven innings for Northwest, but didn’t figure in the decision. Scott Ungvarsky picked up the win in relief.

Crestwood 2, Wyoming Area 1

Brian Markowski threw six innings, giving up one hit and one run as the Comets won a close one over the Warriors. Tyler Jones had the only extra-hit base hit of the game with a double for Crestwood.

Pitcher Jeremy Zezza had the only hit for Wyoming Area.

Coughlin 8, Tunkhannock 5

Dave Marriggi went 3-for-5 with a home run and four RBI as the Crusaders defeated the Tigers. Chase Nowak also had two hits and two RBI for Coughlin.

Cody Brown led the Tigers with three hits and three RBI.


Dallas 5, Tunkhannock 2

Kelly Snyder went 3-for-3 with a double and an RBI as the Mountaineers prevailed over Division 2 leader Tunkhannock. Maddie Kelley gave up five hits and two runs, both of which were unearned for Dallas.

Traci Kromko went 1-for-3 with an RBI for the Tigers.

Hazleton Area 14, Coughlin 4

The Cougars defeated the Crusaders to continue their nine-game winning streak. Mikaela Browdy went 4-for-4 with four singles.

Marissa Ross and Sam Conway both homered for the Crusaders.


Crestwood 3, Delaware Valley 0

Chris Dexter had 29 assists and eight service points as Crestwood swept Delaware Valley in straight sets on Friday evening. Corey and Chet Manship combined for 18 kills.

Jeremiah Krauss had 14 assists for Delaware Valley.


Delaware Valley 18, Crestwood 5

Daniella Callaghan had four goals as Crestwood fell to Delaware Valley on Friday. Lizzy Dessoye also had a goal for the Comets.


Manhattanville 8, Misericordia 2

Misericordia fell in the second round of the Freedom Conference Championships in West Lawn. The Cougars then moved to an elimination game Saturday night against DeSales.

Kyle Lindsay had two hits while Mike Comerford, Kyle Seawards, Al Reda, Joe Tagliarini and Max German all had a hit for Misericordia.

On Friday night, Freedom Pitcher of the Year Ryan Dorosh pitched a two-hit shutout, leading Misericordia to a 3-0 victory over FDU-Florham. Dorosh’s eight strikeouts broke the school’s season record as well as the school’s career record for strikeouts.


Manhattanville 7, King’s 4

Manhattanville scored three runs in the sixth inning to break a tie and defeat King’s in the Freedom Conference title game.

King’s managed just six hits with doubles by Erin Beane and Maggie Gola.

Misericordia splits a pair

The Cougars finished third at the Freedom Conference Tournament after splitting a pair of games.

After rallying for a 10-8 win over FDU-Florham, the Cougars were eliminated in a 6-1 loss to King’s.

Kristi Seiler had three hits, including a home run, for the Cougars against FDU-Florham.


Arcadia 17, Wilkes 13

Wilkes fell behind by seven goals at halftime and couldn’t complete a comeback in the Freedom Conference title game.

Gabby Ford, Carley Smith and Katherine Marcoux scored three goals each for Wilkes.


Wilkes wins Freedom title

Wilkes captured its seventh straight Freedom Conference championship, posting a 5-1 victory over King’s.

Brendon Blachowski and Michael Kranz won singles matches for the Colonels. Blachowski was named Freedom Conference Tournament MVP.


Wilkes captures Freedom crown

Wilkes continued its dominance of the Freedom Conference by capturing its eighth straight conference title, posting a 5-0 win over King’s.

Ally Kristofco and Kendra Croker won their singles matches for the Colonels.

Wilkes improved to 18-2 overall and will await word on its NCAA National Tournament location announced on Monday.


Misericordia records best-ever finish

The Cougars placed sixth with 41 points at the MAC Championships at Widener. Andrew Nelson claimed the championship in the 400 with a time of 48.52 and finished fourth in the 200.

Jarrett Higley, Mikeal Hause, Carl Daubert and Nelson set a school record (3:20.83) to place second in the 1600 relay.


Viti sets MAC record

Misericordia’s Amy Viti broke her own record in the 400 (56.06) at the MAC Championships.

Hilari Norris defended her title in the 100 hurdles (14.56).

The Cougars claimed four titles and finished third in the standings.


Crestwood 2, Wyoming Area 1

Wyoming Area`AB`R`H`BI`2B`3B`HR

Corey Lescavage ss`3`0`0`0`0`0`0

Tino Romanelli 2b`4`0`0`0`0`0`0

Joe Gavenonis 3b`2`0`0`0`0`0`0

Justin Steinberg pr`0`0`0`0`0`0`0

Zach Lopatka rf`2`1`0`0`0`0`0

Tyler Mitchell 1b`3`0`0`0`0`0`0

Josh Kopcza 1b`0`0`0`0`0`0`0

Jeremy Zezza p`3`0`1`0`0`0`0

Evan Musto c`1`0`0`0`0`0`0

Kyle Charney lf`1`0`0`1`0`0`0

Bryant Clark cf`2`0`0`0`0`0`0



Derek Distasio 2b`3`0`1`1`0`0`0

Anthony Caladie ss-p`2`0`0`0`0`0`0

Brian Markowski p`3`0`0`0`0`0`0

Ethan Markowski lf `2`0`0`0`0`0`0

Mike Paranich pr`0`0`0`0`0`0`0

Jonathon Wychock 1b`2`0`0`0`0`0`0

Josh Dotzel 2b`0`0`0`0`0`0`0

Wilson Guarnera c`0`0`0`0`0`0`0

Chase Jones dh`3`0`0`0`0`0`0

Matt Darden 3b`2`0`0`0`0`0`0

Jim Albee cf`2`1`0`0`0`0`0

Tyler Jones rf`2`1`1`1`1`0`0


Wyoming Area`000`001`0`—`1


Wyoming Area`IP`H`R`ER`BB`SO

Jeremy Zezza (L) `6.0`2`2`1`3`8


Brian Markowski (W)`6.0`1`1`1`8`10

Anthony Caladie (s)`1.0`0`0`0`1`1

Coughlin 8, Tunkhannock 5


Dave Parsnik lf`4`2`2`1`1`0`0

Mike Wozniak ss`4`2`1`0`0`0`0

Dave Marriggi cf`5`2`3`4`1`0`1

Kyle Lupas 1b`5`1`2`0`0`0`0

Eric Adamczyk c`5`1`3`1`0`0`0

Brandon Butry 2b`3`0`0`0`0`0`0

Chase Nowak 3b`3`0`2`2`1`0`0

Adam Giovanelli p`0`0`0`0`0`0`0

Josh Gartley dh`3`0`0`0`0`0`0

R.J. Kenzakoski rf`3`0`2`0`0`0`0



Brett Soltysiak 2b`3`0`1`0`0`0`0

Ryan Weiss 1b`4`1`1`0`0`0`0

Sean Soltysiak ss`3`2`1`0`0`0`0

Ben Swilley p`1`0`0`0`0`0`0

C. Hulslander p`3`1`1`0`0`0`0

Cody Brown 3b`4`1`3`3`1`0`0

Austin Burke cf`3`0`1`0`0`0`0

Brian Muckin rf`4`0`0`1`0`0`0

Bobby Gilpin lf`4`0`1`1`0`0`0

Lane Ceccarelli c`4`1`1`0`0`0`0





Adam Giovanelli (W)`6.0`10`6`3`3`2

Chase Nowak`1.0`0`0`0`0`0`0


Ben Swilley`2.2`4`2`2`5`1

Connor Hulslander`4.1`11`6`6`1`2

Northwest 4, Nanticoke 3 (8 inn.)


Kyle Rosick ss`4`1`1`1`0`0`0

Tyler Myers 2b`3`0`0`0`0`0`0

Kyle Pokrinchak 1b`3`0`0`0`0`0`0

Joe Olszyk p`3`0`0`0`0`0`0

Mike Malshefski cf`3`1`1`0`0`0`0

Brad Yanus 3b`0`0`0`0`0`0`0

Mitch Romanowski dh`3`0`0`0`0`0`0

F. Marcinkowski c`2`0`0`1`0`0`0

Josh Benscoter lf`1`1`0`0`0`0`0

Steve Kreitzer rf`3`0`0`0`0`0`0



Dave Samulevich c`4`2`2`0`1`0`0

Zac White ss`3`0`1`0`0`0`0

Eric Gurzynski p`3`1`0`0`0`0`0

Nick Long cf`3`1`1`1`0`0`1

Tyler Harrison 1b`4`0`1`1`0`0`0

Scott Ungvarsky 3b`0`0`0`0`0`0`0

Doug Campbell dh`3`0`0`1`0`0`0

Reese Godfrey lf`3`0`0`1`0`0`0

Brandon Reno 2b`3`0`0`0`0`0`0

Andrew Boberick rf`3`0`0`0`0`0`0





Olszyk (L)`7.2`5`4`3`3`7



Ungvarsky (W)`1.0`0`0`0`0`1


Dallas 5, Tunkhannock 2



Pitching — DAL, Maddie Kelley (W), 7IP, 5H, 2R, 0ER, 0BB, 1K; TUN, Erin Smith (L), 7IP, 9H, 5R, 3ER, 2BB, 5K.

2B — DAL, Sadie Trudgen, Kelly Snyder; TUN Ryleigh Ftich. 3B — DAL, Taylor Kelley.

Top hitters — DAL, Kelly Snyder 3-for-3; Kylee Saba 2-for-2. TUN, Traci Kromko 1-for-3; Kailey Reposa 1-for-2.

Hazleton Area 14, Coughlin 4 (6 inn.)


Hazleton Area`250`404`—`14

Pitching — COU, Julie Suchocki (L), 5.3IP, 17H, 14R, 10ER, 4BB, 1K; HAZ, Samantha Varela (W), 6IP, 6H, 4R, 3ER, 2BB, 3K.

2B — SCH, Name. 3B — SCH, Name. HR — COU, Marissa Ross; Sam Conway.

Top hitters — COU, Name stats; Name stats. HAZ, Abby Sachse 4-for-4; Mikaela Browdy three hits.


Crestwood 3, Delaware Valley 0

Delaware Valley`13`21`19`


DV — Andrew Forton 8 kills, seven blocks, two aces, Jeremiah Krauss 14 assists, 4 service points

CRE — Chris Dexter 29 assists, 8 service points, 3 kills; Corey Manship 10 kills, 11 service points, six aces, Chet Manship 8 kills, 10 service points, 8 digs, Luke Casey 7 kills, 5 service points, 3 digs.


Delaware Valley 18, Crestwood 5


Delaware Valley`11`7`—`18

SCORING — CRE, Daniella Callghan (4g); Lizzy Dessoye (1g). DV, Kyra Boccio (4g, 3a); Emily Peters (4g); Dana Hunt (3g, 1a); Elise Sasse (2g); Gianna Pampalone (2g, 1a); Ali Haydu (2g); Kierstin Nelson (1g); Roshni Kamta (1a).

Saves — CRE 4 (Paige Zaleppa); DV 9 (Karen Cooper, Morgan Maluk).

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