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HERSHEY — Lake-Lehman sophomore Domenic Hockenbury won the Class AA boys title Saturday at the PIAA Foundation Invitational cross country meet.


In Class 2A boys, Lake-Lehman placed 17th out of 26 overall and Holy Redeemer finished 11th, while Hazleton Area finished 25th out of 30 and Wyoming Valley West finished 28th in Class 3A.


In girls Class 2A, Pittston Area finished 11th out of 25 and Holy Redeemer finished 25th, while in Class 3A, Hazleton Area finished 13th out of 29 and Wyoming Valley West finished 29th.


COLLEGE MEN’S TENNIS


King’s 9, Alvernia 0


King’s earned a shutout win over Alvernia.


George Parkhurst earned a 6-2, 6-0 win over at No. 1 singles while Parkhurst and Stephen Brand scoring an 8-4 win in doubles.


COLLEGE MEN’S CROSS COUNTRY


Misericordia places 11th


Misericordia finished 11th of 15 teams at the Lock Haven Invitational.


Mikael Hause (26:38) led the Cougars in 56th place while Shadrack Kiprop (27:08) and Eric Deignan (27:13) were 77th and 78th, respectively.


Wilkes places 14th


Wilkes finished 14th of 15 teams at the Lock Haven Invitational.


Daniel Lykens led the way with the fifth-fastest time in school history finishing at 29:06 (138th) while Tyler Sutton ran his personal best time, ranking sixth in school history with a time of 29:09 (142nd).


COLLEGE WOMEN’S CROSS COUNTRY


Misericordia places 11th


Misericordia finished 11th of 16 teams at the Lock Haven Invitational.


Bethany Killmon finished the 6K course in 23:20 to lead the Cougars in 36th place.


Wilkes places 15th


Wilkes came in 15th of 16 squads at the Lock Haven Invitational.


Rachel Quinn led the way with a time of 25:36 for 135th place.


COLLEGE MEN’S SOCCER


Arcadia 1, King’s 0


King’s dropped a hard-fought game to Arcadia.


Karl Jamiolkowksi made one save in the net for the Monarchs.


Lebanon Valley 3, Wilkes 0


Wilkes saw its five-game winning streak end by the hands of Lebanon Valley.


Senior Dave Marr made six saves in net despite the loss.


COLLEGE WOMEN’S SOCCER


Arcadia 1, Wilkes 0


Wilkes allowed a goal in the last minute of the first half that ended up being the game-winner for Arcadia.


King’s 0, Albright 0, 2 OT


King’s played through a steady rain and walked away with a double-overtime tie with host Albright.


Jessica Natale played all 110 minutes for King’s and posted five saves.


Misericordia 0, Messiah 0, 2OT


Two full periods and two overtime periods weren’t enough as Misericordia played to a draw with defending national champion Messiah.


Sophomore keeper Maureen Ciccosanti made 34 saves in the net.


COLLEGE VOLLEYBALL


Misericordia splits tri-meet


Misericordia swept Rutgers-Camden, 3-0 (25-20, 25-21, 25-19) before falling to Catholic, 3-1 (25-18, 13-25, 14-25, 18-25).


Against Rutgers-Camden, Meghan Stack had 14 kills and 15 digs and Shelby Brochetti and against Catholic had 11 kills.


HIGH SCHOOL BOYS SOCCER

Holy Redeemer 4, Hanover Area 3, OT

Chris Pawlenok scored two goals, including the game winner in overtime, and had one assist in the Royals overtime win on Friday.

Paul Ramon and Matt Clemons had one score each for the Hawkeyes.

HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS SOCCER


Berwick 14, Wyoming Seminary 1

The Bulldogs put up a 6-1 lead after the first half and then scored eight more goals in the second to earn win over the Blue Knights on Friday.

Brianna Floryshak recorded four goals and two assists, while Abby Kemp scored four goals.

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HIGH SCHOOL BOYS SOCCER

Holy Redeemer 4, Hanover Area 3, OT

Holy Redeeer`2`1`1`—`4


Hanover Area`2`1`0`—`3


First half — 1. HR Chris Pawlenok; 2. HR Tyler Kukosky (Pawlenok); 3. HAN Matt Clemons; 4. HAN Dillon Luzny, Second half — 5. Kukosky; 6. HAN Paul Ramon; Overtime — Pawlenok (Mauicio Rodriguez).


Shots — HR 12; HAN 1. Saves — HR 7 (Ian McGrane); HAN 2 (Joe Gagliardi). Corner kicks — HR 6; HAN 2


Holy Redeemer 2, GAR 0

GAR`0`0`—`0


Holy Redeemer`1`1`—`2


First half — 1. HR Mauricio Rodriguez (Christopher Pawlenok); Second half — 2. Pawlenok.


Shots — GAR 1; HR 6. Saves — GAR 2 (Gino Altezilla); HR 3 (Ian McGrane). Penalty corners — GAR Unavailable; HR 3


HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS SOCCER

Berwick 14, Wyoming Seminary 1

Wyoming Seminary`1`0`—`1


Berwick`6`8`—`14


First half — BER Carly Montecalvo (Brianna Floryshak); 2. Floryshak (Amanda O’Kane), 37:43; 3. SEM Bethany Carper, 34:30; 4. BER Gabby Kishbaugh (Floryshak), 34:07; 5. BER Abby Kemp (Floryshak), 19:47; 6. Kemp (Emily Wynings), 18:14; 7. Kishbaugh, 10:28; Second half — 8. Floryshak, 32:11; 9. Kemo (Wynings), 20:17; 10. Kishbaugh, 19:30; 11. Wynings (Paige Superko), 17:40; 12. Floryshak, 8:30; 13. Kemp, 5:00; 14. Floryshak, 3:00; 15. Superko, 00:40.


Shots — SEM 4; BER 24. Saves — SEM 11 (Meera Patel); BER 2 (Allison Rinehimer). Corners kicks — SEM 0, BER 6


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