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February 16. 2013 4:41AM
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WEST PITTSTON — Matt Klimas' RBI single in the bottom of the sixth completed a Wyoming Area rally as the Warriors upended Wyoming Valley West 4-3 on Monday in a WVC Division I baseball game.


Down 3-1 headed into the bottom of the fifth, Wyoming Area (1-1) tied it up before Klimas (2-for-4) brought home Jordan Zezza for the winning run in the next frame.


Adam Romanowski struck out seven in a complete-game victory for the Warriors. Trent Grove had two doubles and two RBI in the win.


Tommy Alexander led the Spartans (1-1) with a 3-for-3 performance.


 



















































































































































































Wyoming Valley WestWyoming Area

abrhbi
abrhbi
Dosiak ss3010Klimas lf4121
Zielen p-cf3000Carey 2b4010
Pechulis 3b4210Klus rf0000
Harrison c0000Maloney dh1100
Alexander dh3131Grove c3122
Hogan lf4011Chupka 1b3011
Husted lf0000Granteed ss3010
Leonard 2b3000Walkovk cf3010
Flaherty rf3000JoZezza 3b3110
Murray 1b2011Romanlli 3b0000
Stayer cf3000Romnwski p2000
Stelevich p0000




Soulivanh p0000




Totals28373Totals26494




















Wyoming Valley West0110100—3
Wyoming Area100021x—4

2B – Grove 2














































IPHRERBBSO
Wyo. Valley West





Zielen5.183324
Stelevich (L, 0-1)0.111100
Soulivanh0.100000


















Wyoming Area





Romnwski (W, 1-0)7.073327

Tunkhannock 4, Berwick 1

Josh McClain scattered five singles over six innings and Rich Condeelis came on in the seventh to close out the game for the host Tigers (2-0).


Tunkhannock broke a 1-1 tie in the fourth with three unearned runs, pulling ahead for good. Condeelis was 2-for-3 at the plate.


Berwick's Kyle Miller had a strong 2012 WVC debut on the mound, going the distance and striking out 10 while holding a potent Tigers lineup to four hits.


Joey Favata had a pair of hits for the Bulldogs (0-1).


 





































































































































































BerwickTunkhannock

abrhbi
abrhbi
Morales cf4110Lee rf1000
Melito ss4010Zaner ss3000
Lashock 3b4000Custer c3010
Miller p3000Cndeelis 1b3020
Favata rf3020JMcClain p3000
Calovi rf0000Knott 3b3100
Laubach 2b0000Ash lf1000
May dh3000Sherry lf2110
Fenstrmchr lf3010Saylor 2b1000
Curtin c1000Weiss 2b1100
Kuchka 1b3000Thompsn cf1100
Totals28150Totals22440




















Berwick1000000—1
Tunkhannock001300x—4



























IPHRERBBSO
Berwick





Miller (L, 0-1)6.0440310



























Tunkhannock





JMcClain (W, 1-0)6.051012
Condeelis (S)1.000011

Hazleton Area 3, Crestwood 0

Evan Vigna's two-run double in the top of the seventh broke a scoreless tie and gave the Cougars (1-1) a win on the road. Erik Johnson pitched a complete-game four-hitter for Hazleton Area, striking out five.


Three Crestwood pitchers also held the Cougars to four hits on the day. Starter Matt Kaster struck out eight in five innings.


Jesse Quintiliani had three hits for the Comets (0-2) and took the loss.


 


















































































































































































































Hazleton AreaCrestwood

abrhbi
abrhbi
Cara ss3100Munistri rf-lf3000
Rubasky c2010Aigeldngr cf3010
Barletta cf3110Caladie ss3000
Vigna 1b4112JEngler 3b3000
Johnson p0000Eyerman 2b0000
Gawel dh2000Smigelski p0000
Chirico dh0000Piavis 1b2000
Greco dh1000Kaster p0000
Biasi 2b3010Qntlni dh-p3030
Thrash 3b3000Goyne pr0000
Wolfe rf3000Sweeney lf2000
Klein lf2000Williams rf0000
Seach ph1000Chupka ph1000





Yenchik c2000





Snydr 2b-3b1000





Sartini ph1000
Totals27342Totals24040




















Hazleton Area0000003—3
Crestwood0000000—0

2B – Vigna, Quintiliani




























IPHRERBBSO
Hazleton Area





Johnson (W, 1-1)7.040015




































Crestwood





Kaster5.030028
Quintiliani (L, 0-1)1.213233
Smigelski0.100001

Pittston Area 17, Nanticoke 4

Josh Razvillas drove in four runs and Anthony Schwab (double) finished with three in a road win for Pittston Area.


The Patriots (2-0) scored seven times in the fourth to break the game open.


Joe Yudichak led the Trojans (1-1) at the plate, finishing 3-for-3.


 





































































































































































































































Pittston AreaNanticoke

abrhbi
abrhbi
Housemn 2b3100Briggs 2b4000
Mascelli 2b1000Yudichak c3130
MSchwab lf2200Ioanna ss3100
Mancini lf1111Seiwell ph0000
Razvillas 1b6224Jezewski cf3110
ASchwab 3b5223Mrckski ph1000
Loftus c5230Decker p-rf0000
Hahn rf6220Valnti dh-1b3000
Aston p0000Myers ph1110
Mott p0000Higgs 3b2000
Faggotti p0000Boyle p-1b2010
BDelaney dh4211Ivan 1b-p2000
Rowan cf5110Ultsh ph1000
McGinty ss5222Yanus pr0000





Maul lf-p0000





Rmnwski 3b2000





Mlshfski rf-lf2000





Mavus ph1000
Totals43171311Totals30460




















Pittston Area2027015—17
Nanticoke0000310—4

2B – ASchwab























































IPHRERBBSO
Pittston Area





Aston (W, 1-0)3.030013
Mott1.010000
Faggotti2.023010
McGarry1.001020








































































Nanticoke





Decker (L, 0-1)3.146424
Maul0+25110
Higgs0.211010
Ivan1.020002
Scott0.200000
Jezewski0.100000
Boyle1.045411

Coughlin 10, Holy Redeemer 3

Dom Gulius and Kyle Lupas both tripled and drove in a pair of runs for the Crusaders (2-0), who won on the road. Dave Marriggi picked up the win and Eric Heffers didn't allow a hit in 1 2/3 innings of relief.


Errors cost the Royals (0-2) as six of Coughlin's 10 runs were unearned. At the plate, Eric Ringsdorf had a double for Redeemer.


 


















































































































































































































CoughlinHoly Redeemer

abrhbi
abrhbi
Sod 2b4100Condo p2010
Parsnik ss3310Triblett lf1000
Gulius c3112Cosgrove lf1000
Marriggi p0000Policare 2b2010
Heffers p 0000Oley 2b1000
Concini dh3211Choman 1b3000
Cunninghm lf3210Gashns ph0000
Feathermn 3b3111Kerr cf0000
Lupas 1b3012Ringsdrf dh3110
Sypniewski rf3000Tsevdos lf-p2110
Francis ph1000Peterlin c2000
Rivera cf3000Ell rf2110
Lepore ph1000Cavangh 3b2011





English ph1000





Worlinski ss2000





Stricklnd ss1000
Totals301066Totals25361




















Coughlin0142012—10
Holy Redeemer0100020—3

2B – Ringsdorf; 3B – Gulius, Lupas





































IPHRERBBSO
Coughlin





Marriggi (W, 1-0)5.163254
Heffers1.200001




































Holy Redeemer





Condo (L, 0-1)3.137245
Tsevdos2.211010
Kerr1.022211



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