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WRIGHT TWP. — Crestwood took the final two games to defeat Lake-Lehman, 3-2, in a high school volleyball match Wednesday night.

Nick Banos led the Comets with 22 kills, 16 assists and 12 service points.

Kyle Price added 21 assists, 15 service points and 10 digs for Crestwood.

Joe Wojcik collected 21 assists and 10 service points to pace the Black Knights.

Lake-Lehman 25 22 25 15 5

Crestwood 22 25 23 25 15

LL: Wojcik 21 assists, 10 service points, 2 blocks; Davin Mastern 10 kills, 9 service points, 7 digs

CR: Banos 22 kills, 16 assists, 12 service points, 6 blocks, Price 21 assists, 15 service points, 10 digs, Chet Manship 22 digs, 7 kills, 7 service points

Hazleton Area 3, Hanover Area 0

Hazleton Area blanked the Hawkeyes behind game scores of 25-19, 25-10 and 28-26

Hazleton Area 25 25 28

Hanover Area 19 10 26

HAZ: Brett Barron 32 assists, 6 kills, 6 digs, 5 service points; Alex Gregoire 13 kills, 8 service points, 5 digs; Paul Lollado 13 kills, 4 blocks; Carlos Rodriguez 15 digs, 11 service points, 5 aces.

HAN: Tom Bogorwski 8 kills, 3 blocks, 3 service points; Osmeo Martinez 15 digs, 4 kills, 2 blocks; Jason Leiphart 6 kills, 6 digs, 4 blocks.

Delaware Valley 3, Berwick 1

Dayton Broyan contributed 18 assists and eight blocks to pace Berwick’s effort but the Bulldogs campe up short at home.

Delaware Valley 252725 25

Berwick 11 29 7 13

DV: Jason Clader 20 kills, 13 service points, 8 digs; Bob Crawford 14 kills, Brett Cohen 10 service points, 8 blocks, 8 kills

BER: Matt Cashman 11 kills, 9 digs, 4 blocks; Broyan 18 assists, 8 blocks

BOYS TENNIS MMI 3, Woming Area 2

MMI swept singles play to secure a win at home.

SINGLES: 1. Justin Sheen(MMI)def. Nick Leon 6-2,6-4; 2.Stephanie Pudish(MMI)def. Mike Werbin 6-4,4-6,6-3; 3.Billy Spear(MMI)def.Aaron Carter 6-1,6-3

DOUBLES: 1. Mike Cipriani/Evan Rider(WA) def. Michael Eishart/Lew Dryfoos 6-4,6-2; Tom Rose/Ken Morgan(WA)def Robbie Rosamelia/Yusvf Qadri 6-1,6-2

GIRLS LACROSSE Wyoming Seminary 17, Dallas 3

Amanda Schwartz and Kristen Mericle each scored four times in Wyoming Seminary’s defeat of Dallas.

Cara Pricher scored twice for the Mountaineers while Katie Snedeker added the third tally.

Delaware Valley 13, Coughlin 12

Brigid Wood notched four goals while teammates Kyra Castano, Caitlin Wood and Kaitlyn Lukashewski all added a pair of scores in Coughlin’s loss to Delaware Valley.

BOYS LACROSSE Crestwood 18, Lake-Lehman 5

Jay Popson poured in eight goals and Brian Collins added a pair of scores and seven assists in Crestwood’s defeat of Lake-Lehman from a game played Tuesday.

MEN’S LACROSSE Misericordia 8, DeSales 7

Misericorida earned a Freedom Conference tournament semifinal victory thanks to an overtime goal fron Nick Santilloa. The Cougars advance to the conference final for the first time in school history against Eastern.

Santillo finished with two scores, while Kyle Calabro also added a pair.

Eastern 12, King’s 3

Lenny Fox, Mike O’Brien and Max Malloy scored for the Monarchs in a season-ending loss to Eastern in the Freedom Conference semifinals.

WOMEN’S TENNIS Wilkes 5, Stevenson 0

Wilkes advances to its seventh consecutive Freedom Conference championship with a shutout of Stevenson.

Katie Lynn and Amanda Rossi both provided wins in singles play without dropping a point.

Misericordia 5, King’s 1

The Cougars advance to the Freedom Conference title contest after a defeat of King’s at Kirby Park.

Michelle Cameron, Breanna Phillips and Emily Ghergel all won in singles play for Misericordia.

Sara Lynn and Madeline Griffin won at No. 1 doubles for the Monarchs.

SOFTBALL Misericordia, Wilkes split

The Colonels earned a 3-2, eight-inning win in the opener before the Cougars bounced back with 8-0 win in six innings in the nightcap.

Laykin Hughes scored what proved to be the winning run in the first game while also striking out eight and giving up just three hits. Michelle Coyle and Jessalyn Paveletz each had a pair of hits for Wilkes.

Misericordia’s Whitney Ellenberg hit a three-run home run in the second game. Andi Veneziale hit a two-run triple for the Cougars as well.

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