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TUNKHANNOCK — Nicole Cumbo threw a four-hitter, giving up one run in Wyoming Area’s 9-1 victory over Tunkhannock in WVC softball play Saturday. Emily Wolfgang went 2-for-4 with a double and a RBI.

Taylor Hegedty knocked in Tunkhannock’s only run with a sacrifice fly.

Hazleton Area 10, Pittston Area 0

Samantha Varela threw her second shut-out in two days for the Cougars in their victory over the Patriots. Maria Trivelpiece also smacked a double for Hazleton Area.

Taylor Baloga suffered the loss for the Patriots.


MMI Prep 8, GAR 2

Charlie Karchner doubled and drove in three runs at the plate while striking out seven for a complete-game victory on the mound for the Preppers (6-6).

Steven Tyson tripled to lead the Grenadiers (2-10).


Crestwood 9, Lake-Lehman 3

Ryan Magin and Jimmy Martino had three goals apiece as the Comets scored six goals in the second half to break a 3-3 halftime tie.

Robert Coslett was the other Comets player with multiple goals (tw0).

Dallas 17, Tunkhannock 6

Omar Nijmeh added six more goals, making it nine in the past two days for Dallas in their win over Tunkhannock.

Matt Ross and Brendan Baloh each had two goals apiece.

Dallas 10, Lake-Lehman 2

Nijmeh scored three goals in the Mountaineers’ victory on Friday. Corey Metz also had three goals for Dallas.


Coughlin 17, Crestwood 8

Kyra Castano scored five goals for the Crusaders in their victory over the Comets. Hailee Dumont also contributed with four goals and three assists.

Lizzy Dessoye and Daneilla Callaghan led the Comets with three goals apiece.



Wilkes loses in 2nd round

The Colonels concluded their season falling to Mary Washington University in the second round of the NCAA Tournament on Saturday afternoon.

Wilkes finishes its season with an 18-2 overall record, the second straight year with at least 16 wins.


Colonels finish up season

Wilkes concluded its season with a 5-0 loss against host Bowdoin in the second round of the NCAA Division III Tournament.

Wilkes finishes the season at 19-3.



Wyoming Area 9 , Tunkhannock 1

Wyoming Area`412`000`2`—`9


Pitching — WA, Nicole Cumbo (W), 7IP, 4H, 1R, 1ER, 5BB, 1K; TUN, Erin Smith (L), 7IP, 11H, 9R, 5ER, 3BB, 1K.

2B — WA, Emily Wolfgang, Sarah Coolbaugh, Lindsay Carey.

Top hitters — WA, Emily Wolfgang 2-for-3; Kat Sokirka 2-for-2. TUN, Traci Kromko 1-for-3; Michelle Goodwin 1-for-3.

Hazleton Area 10, Pittston Area 0

Pittston Area`000`00`—`0

Hazleton Area`140`50`—`10

Pitching — PIT, Taylor Baloga 4IP, 9H, 10R, 7ER, 5BB, 2K; HAZ, Samantha Varela (W), 5IP, 3H, 0R, 0ER, 0BB, 4K.

2B — HAZ, Maria Trivelpiece.

Top hitters — PIT, (not reported). HAZ, Samantha Varela (two hits); Katie Johnson (two hits).


MMI Prep 8, GAR 2


W. Rodriguez 2b`3`0`0`0`0`0`0

S. Williamson ss`3`1`1`1`0`0`0

Kevin Evans p`4`0`1`0`0`0`0

Greg Skrepenak lf`4`0`1`0`0`0`0

Joe O’Day c`4`0`0`0`0`0`0

Zach Gonzalez 3b`2`0`1`0`0`0`0

Rashuan Mathis cf`2`0`1`0`0`0`0

Rich Hart 1b`3`0`1`0`0`0`0

Steven Tyson rf`3`1`1`0`0`1`0



Jared Dasher cf`3`2`0`0`0`0`0

Cory Rogers ss`3`2`0`0`0`0`0

Charlie Karchner p`3`2`1`3`1`0`0

Alec Andes 1b`3`0`1`1`0`0`0

Sam Harman c`2`1`1`0`1`0`0

Ed Herbener rf`2`0`0`0`0`0`0

Kisan Patel lf`3`1`0`0`0`0`0

Nick Young 2b`3`0`0`0`0`0`0

R.J. Kupsho 3b`3`1`1`0`0`0`0



MMI Prep`112`031`x`—`4


Evans (L, 2-4)`6.0`4`8`8`5`5


Karchner (W, 3-1)`7.0`7`2`1`4`7


Crestwood 9, Lake-Lehman 3



SCORING — CRE, Ryan Magin (3g, 2a); Jimmy Martino (3g, 1a); Robert Coslett (2g, 2a); Joe Grandinetti (1g). LL, (not reported).

Saves — CRE 16 (Bailey Bauman); LL (not reported)

Dallas 17, Tunkhannock 6

Dallas (not reported) —`17

Tunkhannock (not reported) —`6

SCORING — DAL, Omar Nijmeh (6g, 2a); Matt Ross (2g, 4a); Brendan Baloh (2g); Corey Metz (1g, 5a); . TUN, (not reported).

Saves — DAL 25 (George Pfeiffer, Corey McAndrew); TUN (not reported).

Dallas 10, Lake-Lehman 2 (Fri.)

Lake-Lehman (not reported) —`2

Dallas (not reported)—`10

SCORING — LL, not reported. DAL, Omar Nijmeh (3g, 3a); Cory Metz (3g); Brendan Baloh (2g); Chris Behm (2g); Jesse Goode (2g).


Coughlin 17, Crestwood 8



SCORING — COU, Kyra Castano (5g); Hailee Dumont (4g, 3a); Kaillyn Lukashewski (3g, 4a); Kelsey Gabriele (2g); Brigid Wood (1g, 1a); Katie Reed (1g, 1a); Kristi Pearage (1g). CRE, Lizzy Dessoye (3g, 1a); Daniella Callaghan (3g); Hannah Ackers (1g); Morgan Kile (1g); Emily Supka (1a).

Saves — COU 13 (M’Kensie Lee); CRE 8 (Emily Anderson).

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