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WRIGHT TWP. – Alyssa Shaver and Carisa Bevan recorded one goal each in a low-scoring bout to lead Wyoming Valley West to a 2-1 victory over Crestwood on Saturday in a high school girls soccer match.


Summer McDonnell contributed to the win with an assist.


Natalie Sulkowski scored the lone goal in the effort for Crestwood.



















Wyoming Valley West

11—2
Crestwood

01—1


First half: 1. WVW Alyssa Shaver, 32:48.



Second half
: 2. CRE Natalie Sulkowski (Allie Kachel), 36:20 3. WVW Carisa Bevan (Summer McDonell), 17:20.



Shots
: WVW 25, CRE 16; Saves: WVW 10 (Paige Heckman), CRE 15 (Meg White); Corners: WVW 2, CRE 4.


Tunkhannock 9, MMI Prep 0

Cheyenne Brown scored three goals and had an assist in Tunkhannock's shut out of MMI Prep.



















MMI Prep

00—0
Tunkhannock

45—9


First half
: 1. TUNK, Cheyenne Brown; 2. TUNK, Meagan Wrubel (Brown); 3. TUNK, Brown; 4. TUNK, Aly Wilbur (Wrubel).



Second half
: 5. TUNK, Brown; 6. TUNK, Wrubel (Haley Melan); 7. TUNK, Cassie Werner; 8. TUNK, Casey Madden; 9. TUNK, Melan (Katie Proulx) .


Shots: MMI 0, TUNK 15; Saves: MMI 6 (Alex van Hoekelen), TUNK 0 (Brittany Sickler, Mya Toczko); Corners: MMI 0, TUNK 12.


Hanover Area 3, Nanticoke 1

Kayla Keating scored two goals in the Hanover Area victory.


Linday Lane recorded the only score for Nanticoke.



















Hanover Area

03—3
Nanticoke

01—1


Second half
: 1. HAN, Kayla Keating, 45:00; 2. HAN, Caitlyn Bogart (Larissa Bannon), 48:00; 3. HAN, Keating; 4. NAN, Lindsay Lane (Alyssa Gurzynski), 75:00.



Shots: HAN 14, NAN 9; Saves: HAN 5 (Ciera Gensel), NAN 8 (Shelby Divers); Corners: HAN 4, NAN 4.


Wyoming Area 4, Wyoming Seminary 1

Sam Acacio recorded two goals in the Wyoming Area win.


Lily Williams notched the only score for Wyoming Seminary.



















Wyoming Seminary

22—4
Wyoming Area

10—1


First half
: 1. WA, Valerie Bott (Myiah Custer), 17:00; 2. WA, Sam Acacio, 23:00; 3. SEM, Lily Williams, 35:00.



Second half
: 4. WA, Jenn Bone, 50:00; 5. WA, Acacio, 73:00.



Shots
: SEM 7, WA 15; Saves: SEM 10 (Morrison), WA 4 (Jordan Chivacci); Corners: SEM 1, WA 3.



H.S. BOYS SOCCER Holy Redeemer 5, GAR 1

Brandon Leahigh scored three first half goals to lead Holy Redeemer to the win.


Bre Mosier scored the only goal for GAR.



















Holy Redeemer

32—5
GAR

10—1


First half
: 1. HR, Brandon Leahigh (Chris Pawlenok), 34:55; 2. HR, Leahigh (Pawlenok), 29:03; 3. HR, Leahigh (Pawlenok), 10:21; 4. GAR, Bre Mosier (Madisen Nichol), 8:52.



Second half: 5. HR, Tyler Kukoski (Alex Kotch), 33:46; 6. HR, Kenny Rexer (Leahigh), 16:11.



Shots: HR 19, GAR 9; Saves: HR 8 (Ian McGrane, Brandon Pavilitus), GAR 1 (Tony Tlatenchi); Corners: HR 3, GAR 3.


Wyoming Seminary 6, Wyoming Area 2

Five goals by Henry Cornell and four assists by Benedikt Buerk helped give Wyoming Seminary the win.


Mark O'Malley and Zac Sypniewski each scored for Wyoming Area.



















Wyoming Area

51—6
Wyoming Seminary

11—2


First half
: 1. SEM, Henry Cornell (Malcolm Lumia), 34:00; 2. SEM, Cornell (Benedikt Buerk), 32:48; 3. SEM, Sami El-Mashtoub, 26:17; 4. SEM, Cornell (Buerk), 23:50; 5. WA, Zac Sypniewski, 18:20; 6. SEM, Cornell (Buerk), 2:23.



Second half
: 7. SEM, Cornell (Buerk), 36:52; 8. WA, Mark O'Malley (Charley Johnson), 27:21.



Shots
: WA 6, SEM 11; Saves: WA 6 (Aaron Carter), SEM 4 (Riku Kaizaki); Corners: WA 1, SEM 2.


H.S. VOLLEYBALL Dallas 3, MMI Prep 2

Dallas rallied from a two-game deficit to defeat MMI Prep behind 17 service points from Marlee Nelson on Friday night.


Kirsten Young led the Dallas effort with 15 service points of her own.

























Dallas2322252515—3
MMI Prep252516209—2


DAL: Marlee Nelson 3 kills, 1 block, 9 digs, 17 service points, 10 aces; Sarah Payne 6 kills, 6 digs, 4 service points, 1 ace; Tanner Englehart 16 kills, 5 blocks, 6 digs, 4 service points, 2 aces; Rachel Olszewski 4 kills 3 blocks, 1 dig, 3 service points, 1 ace.



MMI: Kirsten Young 8 kills, 2 blocks, 6 digs, 15 service points, 6 aces; Kayla Karchner 8 kills, 2 blocks, 6 digs, 8 service points, 2 aces; Kristen Purcell 7 kills, 2 blocks, 6 digs, 12 service points, 2 aces.


North Pocono 3, Meyers 0

Kayla Perez had fours assists and Amanda Dower had two kills in the North Pocono victory from Friday evening.


Summer Bearrouk led the effort for Meyers with 12 digs.





















Meyers

201714—0
North Pocono

252525—3


NP: Kayla Perez 5 aces, 4 assists; Amanda Downer 3 aces, 2 kills.


MEY: Summer Bearrouk 12 digs, 5 kills, 2 aces; Brandilee Soto 9 digs, 4 kills, 5 service points.


H.S. FIELD HOCKEY Holy Redeemer 2, Wyoming Area 1

Greta Ell and Marnie Kuskavich each scored in the victory.


Sally Deluca recorded the Wyoming Area goal.



















Holy Redeemer

11—2
Wyoming Area

01—1


First half: 1. HR, Greta Ell, 18:08.



Second half: 2. HR, Marnie Kuskavich, 12:04; 3. WA, Sally Deluca (Bree Bednarski), 9:43.



Shots: HR 10, WA 8; Saves: HR 5 (Kelly Shandra), WA 14 (Lexi Coolbaugh); Corners: HR 12, WA 4.


H.S. GIRLS WATER POLO Souderton 11, Wyoming Valley West 6

Desiree and Nicole Holena each scored three goals in the Wyoming Valley West loss to Souderton on Saturday























Wyoming Valley West1221—6
Souderton3422—11


WVW Scores
: Desiree Holena 3, Nicole Holena 3.


H.S. BOYS WATER POLO Souderton 10, Wyoming Valley West 7

Cory Hamlin scored four of Wyoming Valley West's seven goals Saturday in the effort against Souderton.























Wyoming Valley West1132—7
Souderton2251—10


WVW Scores: Cory Hamlin 4, Andrew Greenwald, Michael Yeninas, Sean McQueen.


COLLEGE WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL Misericordia 3, Randolph 2

Misericordia beat Randolph at the Catholic University Invitational by scores of 26-24, 25-21, 17-25, 29-31, 15-11.


Cailin McCullion had 11 kills and 15 digs, while Kat LaBrie added 16 kills.


Catholic 3, Misericordia 0

Misericordia University fell to Catholic by scores of 25-20, 25-11, 25-19 at the Catholic University Invitational.


Kat LaBrie had nine kills, and Calin McCullion had six kills and 16 digs.


COLLEGE WOMEN'S SOCCER Misericordia 2, Susquehanna 0

Scores by Sam Helmsetter and Erin Roberts led the Misericordia women's soccer team to a win at Susquehanna on Saturday afternoon.


Wilkes vs. Baptist Bible, ppd.

The Wilkes women's soccer team led 4-0 at the half at Baptist Bible College, but inclement weather forced the final 45 minutes to be called off.


The game will not count in the standings and any stats accumulated in the contest are void.


COLLEGE MEN'S SOCCER Misericordia 2, Albright 0

Andy Bush and Nick Ferguson scored first-half goals to lift the Misericordia men's soccer team to a win over Albright on the first day of the Crusader Classic at Alvernia.


COLLEGE FIELD HOCKEY Washington College 3, Wilkes 2

Wilkes was defeated by Washington College on Saturday afternoon in the opening round of the Salisbury Invitational.


Olivia Dworak and Kaitlyn Bevans scored for the Lady Colonials.


Juniata 3, King's 2

The King's field hockey team was unable to overcome Juniata on the final day of the Misericordia Invitational on Saturday in Dallas.


Scores were made by Kim Howanitz and Alyssa Monaghan in the effort for King's.




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