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WEST PITTSTON -- Wyoming Area outscored Honesdale 2-1 to score an upset in Wyoming Valley Conference field hockey Monday.


Abby Schwerdtman scored her first goal of the season 50 seconds into the game for the Warriors (2-6) and Bree Bednarski added her fifth of the season in the 23rd minute.


Mary Martin posted her team-high eighth goal of the season for Honesdale (4-3).



















Honesdale10

—1
Wyoming Area20

—2


First half: 1. WA, Abby Schwerdtman (Sally DeLuca), 29:10; 2. WA, Bree Bednarski (Serra Degnan), 7:00; 3. HON, Mary Martin, 2:38.



Shots: HON 12, WA 16; Saves: HON 9 (Nicole Cush), WA 6 (Christina Granteed); Corners: HON 9, WA 8.


Wyoming Valley West 6, Hazleton Area 2

Riki Stefanides and Casey Dolan each scored twice to help the Spartans pick up the victory.


It was Stefanides' third two-goal game of the season.


Kara Sanford and Alison Machey scored in the second half for the Cougars.



















Hazleton Area

02—2
Wyoming Valley West

42—6


First half: 1. WVW, Casey Dolan, 29:15; 2. WVW, Riki Stefanides (Alex Gonda), 15:05; 3. WVW, Megan Kane (Gonda), 10:45; 4. WVW, Dolan, 1:55. Second half: 5. HAZ, Kara Sanford, 23:37; 6. HAZ, Alison Machey, 16:23; 7. WVW, Stefanides, 3:13; 8. WVW, Danielle Grega (Maura Anistranski), 1:00.



Shots: HAZ 8, WVW 23; Saves: HAZ 13 (Kaitlyn McHugh), WVW 6 (Jocelyn Polney); Corners: HAZ 2, WVW 6.


Lake-Lehman 9, Abington Heights 1

Lake-Lehman exploded for nine first-half goals in a route of Abington Heights.


Kate Supey notched a hat trick while Kaite Yuneski dished out five assists.



















Abington Heights01

—1
Lake-Lehman90

—9


First half: 1. LL Tracy Snyder (Amanda Mathers) 25:08; 2. LL Kate Supey (Kait Yuneski) 22:38; 3. LL Korri Wandel (Mathers) 20:07; 4. LL Wandel (Mathers) 17:02; 5. LL Supey (Yuneski) 14:16; 6. LL Wandel (Yuneski) 12:16; 7. LL Carley Gromel (Yuneski) 8:36; 8. LL Supey (Yuneski) 5:40; 9. LL Sam Lindley (Nikki Chamberlain) 1:15



Second half: 1. AH Mallory McCoy (Serena Desata) 1:41



Shots: AH 4, LL 18; Saves: AH 9 (Claire Notarinai), LL 3 (Tiffany Malinowski); Corners: AH 3, LL 7.


Lackawanna Trail 6, Nanticoke 0

Cameron Crock recorded her first hat trick of the season and Nicole Rosa added two tallies as the Lions pulled out the victory on the road.













Lackawanna Trail

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Nanticoke


0


0


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0



First half: 1. LT, Cameron Crock (Aliza Furneaux), 8:58; 2. LT, Nicole Rosa, 6:33. Second half: 3. LT, Crock, 24:09; 4. LT, Kasey Buck, 9:30; 5. LT, Rosa, 6:31; 6. LT, Crock, 1:57.



Shots: LT 17, NAN 3; Saves: LT 3 (Courtney Ditchey), NAN 11 (Bridget Kinlaw); Corners: LT 7, NAN 1.


Dallas 2, Coughlin 0

The Mountaineers scored both goals with less than two minutes remaining to notch the victory.


Katy Comitz's tally came with 1:52 left and Evonna Ackourey scored with 1:16 on the clock. Lily Amadio made 10 saves for her third consecutive shutout.



















Coughlin

00—0
Dallas

02—2


Second half: 1. DAL, Katy Comitz (Jenny Cave), 1:52; 2. DAL, Evonna Ackourey, 1:16.



Shots: COU 12, DAL 4; Saves: COU 2 (Paige Tedik), DAL 10 (Lily Amadio); Corners: COU 5, DAL 4.


Crestwood 8, Wallenpaupack 0

Crestwood kept Wallenpaupack from getting a shot on goal in a win at home.


Elizabeth Dessoye had two goals and two assists – the biggest game of the freshman's career -- for the Comets, while Ashleigh Thomas, another freshman, found the back of the goal twice, including her team-leading ninth goal of the season.



















Wallenpaupack00

—0
Crestwood62

—8


First half: 1. CR, Maury Cronauer (Elizabeth Dessoye), 28:01; 2. CR, Dessoye (Morgan Kile), 27:20; 3. CR Ashleigh Thomas, 18:28; 4. CR, Dessoye, 16:36; 5. CR, Thomas (Dessoye), 6:21; 6. CR, Hunter Pitman, :12. Second half: 7. CR, Megan McCole (Chandler Ackers), 17:14; 8. CR, Sarah Wodarczyk, 7:25.



Shots: WP 0, CR 24; Saves: WP 5 (Laura Bibbs), CR 0 (Dallas Kendra); Corners: WP 0, CR 13.


Lake-Lehman 1, Delaware Valley 0

In a game played Saturday, Lake-Lehman scored early and held on to earn a win on the road at Delaware Valley.



















Lake-Lehman10

—1
Delaware Valley00

—0


First half: 1. LL, Amanda Mathers (Kait Yoniski), 13:12.



Shots: LL 7, DV 6; Saves: LL 6 (Tiffany Malinowski), DV 6 (Eileen D'Auria); Corners: LL 1, DV 4.


Tunkhannock 2, Elk Lake 1, OT

In a game played Friday, Cheyenne Hunsinger scored the winner in overtime as Tunkhannock came away from Elk Lake with a victory.





















Tunkhannock011
—2
Elk Lake100
—1


First half: 1. EL, C.J. Bevan, 21:40. Second half: 2. TUN, Cheyenne Hunsinger (Kailey Reposa), 16:36. Overtime: 3. TUN, Hunsinger (Liz Franko), 12:19.



Shots: TUN 17, EL 4; Saves: TUN 2 (Mary Sickler), EL 11 (Luke Meyers); Corners: TUN 14, EL 3.


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