Hanover Area field hockey wins in OT

June 25th, 2015 12:39 am

First Posted: 9/30/2013

WILKES-BARRE TWP. — Brianna Eichler scored the game-winning goal in overtime to lead Hanover Area to a 3-2 victory over GAR Monday in Wyoming Valley Conference field hockey action. Eichler scored on an unassisted goal with 13:21 remaining in overtime.

Brittany McNair tallied each of the Hawkeye goals in regularion with assists from Marissa Keegan and Morgan Konek.

GAR advanced the game into extra time when Kristen Drozda scored on an extended corner from Lindsey Quinn as regulation expired. Brea Seabrook also scored for the Grenadiers.

Pittston Area 2, Northwest 1

Pittston Area overcame a halftime deficit to score two second-half goals in a one-goal victory over the Rangers. Emily Herron tallied both Patriot goals and clocked the game-winning score off a penalty corner with 20:25 remaining in the contest. Alexa Danko assisted on both goals.

Northwest’s Michaela Weber found the back of the cage in the first half.


Berwick 2, Hazleton Area 0

Paige Superko scored two goals for the Bulldogs in a shutout win. Bri Floryshak and Gabby Kishbaugh produced saves. Alison Rinehimer made one save.

Hazleton Area’s Hayley Wilkinson stopped 16 shots to keep the Cougars within striking distance to the first-place Bulldogs.

Crestwood 6, Nanticoke 0

Olivia Termini scored two goals and an assist for the Comets. Gabby Termini tallied two goals. Rachael Lackenmier and Harley Langford each added a score. Meg White had eight saves.


King’s finishes third at Tri Meet

The Monarchs finished third at a triangular meet with Baptist Bible and Marywood at Wyoming Valley Country Club.

Baptist Bible’s Luke Peterson medaled with a two-over par 72, and the Pacers (318) finished ahead of the Defenders (339) and Monarchs (349).

King’s Paul Kondracki was tied for sixth at 82. Monarch teammate Ryan Hettes finished eighth with an 83.


Ciccosanti named top Freedom defender

Seventh-ranked Misericordia women’s soccer standout Maureen Ciccosanti has been named the Freedom Conference Defensive Player of the Week. A sophomore goalkeeper, Ciccosanti led the Cougars to a 1-1 week.

She made three saves in a 1-0 loss at Elizabethtown and posted a two-save shutout while handing Arcadia its first loss of the season.



Pittston Area 2, Northwest 1


Pittston Area`0`2`—`2

First half — 1. NW, Michaela Weber (Olivia Magni), 16:58. Second half — 2. PA, Emily Herron (Katrina Mikitish, Alexa Danko), 25:57; 3. PA, Herron (Danko), 20:25.

Shots — NW 11; PA 27. Saves — NW 11 (Olivia Tiestrak); PA 9 (Leah Garibaldi). Penalty corners — NW 5; PA 21.

Hanover Area 3, GAR 2 (OT)

Hanover Area`1`1`1`—`3


First half — 1. HAN, Brittany McNair (Marissa Keegan), 1:47;. Second half — 2. GAR, Brea Seabrook, 27:20; 3. HAN, McNair (Morgan Konek), 20:05; 4. GAR, Kristen Drozda (Lindsey Quinn), :00. Second half — 5. HAN Brianna Eichler, 13:21.

Shots — HAN 12; GAR 6. Saves — HAN 4 (Haley Bobos); GAR 8 (Brittany Vital). Penalty corners — HAN 9; GAR 9.


Berwick 2, Hazleton Area 0

Hazleton Area`0`0`—`0


First half — 1. BER, Paige Superko (Bri Floryshak), 11th minute. Second half — 2. BER, Superko (Gabby Kishbaugh), 54th.

Shots — HAZ 1; BER 30. Saves — HAZ 16 (Hayley Wilkinson); BER 1 (Alison Rinehimer). Corners kicks — HAZ 1; BER 12.

Crestwood 6, Nanticoke 0



First half — 1. CRE, Olivia Termini, 8th minute; 2. CRE, Gabby Termini, 17th; 3. CRE, G. Termini (O. Termini), 33rd. Second half — 4. CRE, Rachael Lackenmier, 41st; 5. CRE, O. Termini (penalty kick), 46th; 6. CRE, Harley Langford, 63rd.

Shots — NAN 8; CRE 23. Saves — NAN 10 (Alexis Seery); CRE 8 (Meg White). Corners kicks — NAN 1; CRE 5.