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Local girls fall short in track title quest

May 09. 2013 4:47PM
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Lake-Lehman and Dallas fell just short in their quests for Wyoming Valley Conference girls track titles on May 7.

Holy Redeemer won a season-ending battle of Division 2 unbeatens by rallying past Lake-Lehman, 83.5-66.5.

Shoshanna Mahoney won the 100, 200 and long jump for Lake-Lehman. Katie Heindel won the 300 hurdles and high jump.

Pittston Area finished unbeaten in Division 1 by topping Dallas, 85-65, and preventing the Lady Mountaineers from sharing the title.

Catie Gawlas won the 100 and 200 while Regan Rome won the 1600 and 3200 for Dallas.

Gawlas also won the 100 and 200 May 4 at the James Cross Invitational at Wilkes-Barre Memorial Stadium. Bryanna Dissinger added a win in the 3200 while Ryan Kozloski won the boys javelin.

Dallas finished third of 15 teams in the girls standings and seventh of 14 in the boys standings.

- Tom Robinson

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