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Lady Monarchs upset ranked FDU-Florham


March 16. 2013 10:02PM
The Times Leader staff

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WILKES-BARRE – FDU-Florham came to Wilkes-Barre with one of the country's longest winning streaks by a women's basketball team.


King's didn't just break FDU's run, the Lady Monarchs dominated the nationally ranked Devils on Saturday at Scandlon Gymnasium in an impressive 66-45 win.


The Lady Monarchs trailed by three at halftime, but took over in the final 20 minutes, outscoring No. 25 FDU 45-21. King's handed the Devils their first conference loss of the season, snapping a run of 18 straight wins on the year.


King's (16-5, 8-2) pulled within one game of the Devils (19-2, 9-1) for first place in the Freedom Conference with four games left to play. The two teams split the season series.


Senior guard Katlin Michaels rebounded from a 0-for-8 start from the field to lead the team with 20 points, finishing 14-of-17 from the foul line.


Freshman Jennifer Fabian came through with top performance of her young career, picking up a double-double with 17 points and 13 rebounds.


Celia Rader added 15 points while fellow senior Molly Dahl just missed a double-double of her own with nine points and nine boards.


As a bonus, the Lady Monarchs clinched a spot in the upcoming Freedom Conference tournament with a win.


Manhattanville 74, Wilkes 64

The Lady Colonels dropped their sixth straight Freedom Conference game with a road loss to the Valiants.


Wilkes pulled within two points with 8:53 to play, but Manhattanville used a 13-0 run to put the game away.


Elena Stambone led Wilkes (10-10, 2-8) with 15 points.


MEN'S BASKETBALL
FDU-Florham 54, King's 50

King's was held to 18 points in the first half and couldn't climb all the way back in the second.


The loss damaged the playoff hopes for the Monarchs (9-12, 4-6), who fell two games behind the Devils for the fourth and final Freedom Conference tournament bid with four games left to play. The Devils are 5-5 in league play and own a tiebreaker over King's from sweeping the season series.


Keyton Winder led King's with 16 points.


Wilkes 73, Manhattanville 65

Carrying momentum from their first conference win of the season on Wednesday, the Colonels went on the road and beat the Valiants to pick up another victory.


Chris Shovlin scored 20 points to lead Wilkes, followed by Tyler Breznitsky (12), Cameron Hinkel (11) and Pat Furst (11). The Colonels shot 47 percent from the floor as a team.


WRESTLING
Wilkes goes 3-0

The nationally ranked Colonels continued their success with a sweep at its second straight home quad.


Wilkes began the day with a 30-12 win over McDaniel then followed with a 36-6 victory against Trinity and capped the day with a 43-3 win over Lycoming.


Jeff Peterson, Mark Hartenstine, Nathan White Eric Bach and Matthew Transue all earned wins.


MEN'S TRACK AND FIELD
Cougars break relay record

Carl Daubert, Jarrett Higley, Mikael Hause and Andrew Nelson combined to set a new school record in the 4x400 relay as Misericordia competed at East Stroudsburg.


The relay team placed fourth with a time of 3:32.23.


WOMEN'S TRACK AND FIELD
Cougar standouts break records

Marina Orrson, Hilari Norris, and Sarah Wigg combined to break four school records for Misericordia as the Lady Cougars competed at East Stroudsburg.


Orrson placed first in both the 5,000 meters and the 1,000 meters, breaking school the school record and reaching the ECAC qualifying time in both events.


HIGH SCHOOLS BOYS BASKETBALL
Lake-Lehman 62, MMI Prep 54

Peter Borum totaled 23 points for the Black Knights in their win against the Preppers on Saturday.


Corey Rogers led MMI Prep with 18 points.



LAKE-LEHMAN (62): Brian Devine 0 0-0 0, William Hillman 0 0-0 0, Jared James 4 1-2 9, Tyler Chaffman 0 0-0 0, Jeremy Britt 0 0-0 0, Adam Dizbon 5 4-4 14, Mike Symeon 1 0-3 2, Cody Paraschak 5 4-5 14, Cody Spriggs 0 0-0 0, Joshua Davenport 0 0-0 0, Vincent Williamson 0 0-0 0, Peter Borum 8 7-12 23; Totals 23 16-26 62.



MMI PREP (54): Aaron Kollar 4 0-0 9, Charlie Karchner 2 2-4 6, Corey Rogers 3 11-12 18, R.J. Kupsho 4 0-0 8, Tim Connors 3 0-0 8, Ed Herberner 2 1-1 5, Jesse Plaksa o0 0-0 0, Mike Sarno 0 0-0 0, Andrew Alday 0 0-0 0, Joey Delese 0 0-0 0, John Stish 0 0-0 0; Totals 18 14-17 54.























Lake-Lehman1814219—62
MMI Prep1616319—54


3-Point Field Goals— LL 0; MMI 4 (Connors 2, Kollar, Rogers)


Crestwood 59, Dallas 47

Brady Gallagher totaled 14 points and Brian Markowski scored 13 points in the Comets win.


Matt Ross paced the Mountaineers with 13 points.



DALLAS (47): Chad DeBona 4 0-0 9, Stephen Wempa 2 0-0 4, Gurmail Mathon 3 0-0 6, Matt Ross 4 5-6 13, Darik Johnson 2 1-2 6, Oar Nijmeh 4 0-1 9. Totals 19 6-9 47.



CRESTWOOD (59): Brady Gallagher 2 8-8 14, John Monfiletto 1 0-0 3, Brian Markowski 3 7-8 13, Steve Roberts 4 2-2 10, Chris Fazzini 4 3-4 11, Josh Malkemes 3 0-0 7, Jason Dotzel 0 1-2 1. Totals: 17 21-24 59.























Dallas618815—47
Crestwood15131318—59


3-Point Field Goals— DAL 3 (DeBona, Johnson, Mijmeh); CRE 4 (Gallagher 2, Monfiletto, Malkemes)


GIRLS BASKETBALL
Lehman, Marian postponed

Lake-Lehman's non-conference game with Marian Catholic was postponed due to a heating problem at Marian. No make-up date was announced.




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