District 2 has postponed all high school playoff games scheduled for Tuesday. This includes games in girls volleyball, as well as potential games in boys and girls soccer.
At this time, district semifinals and finals in boys and girls soccer will need to be rescheduled. Girls volleyball still has district semifinals and finals to complete. Most finals were slated to be played Wednesday or Thursday.
In Class 2A, the girls volleyball tournament has not yet started, meaning those schools will also need to complete quarterfinals.
Field hockey district championship games were assigned new dates last week. They remain slated for Thursday at Spartan Stadium.
In all, 24 Wyoming Valley Conference teams have been impacted by the delays caused by Hurricane Sandy. Updated brackets have not yet been released.
Both the King's field hockey and men's soccer teams have had their Freedom Conference Tournament semifinals delayed until Thursday due to the effects of Hurricane Sandy.
The third-seeded Monarchs men's soccer squad was scheduled to play at second-seeded Misericordia on Tuesday. This game will now be Thursday at 4 p.m. in Dallas.
The top-seeded King's field hockey team was slated to host fourth-seeded Delaware Valley on Wednesday. That game is now Thursday at 4 p.m. at McCarthy Stadium.
The Wilkes women's soccer and volleyball teams also had their semifinal games moved to Thursday.
Wilkes will play Eastern in women's soccer Thursday at 2:30 p.m. at the Ralston Athletic Complex. The Colonels volleyball semifinal match at DeSales has also been moved to Thursday at 7 p.m.
The PIAA basketball officials rules interpretation meeting schedule for Tuesday at Allied Services has been postponed.
The meeting will now take place Wednesday, Nov. 7, in the auditorium of Commonwealth Medical College in Scranton. The meeting will begin at 7 p.m.
The Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Triple A baseball team announced the hiring of John Sadak as the team's new director of media relations and broadcasting.
Sadak previously worked for the Wilmington (Del.) Blue Rocks, where he served in a similar role since 2006. He was the Carolina League Broadcaster of the Year last season. The New York City native's background includes time in the front office of the New York Yankees, as the team's assistant director of broadcasting/scoreboard operations from 2005-06.
The 34-year-old announces college sports nationally for the Dial Global Sports Radio Network and ESPN. This winter, he will add college basketball duties with CBS Sports Network. He also calls games for the Princeton University men's basketball program and the University of Delaware women's basketball team.