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HS ROUNDUP: Lakeland boys track beats Dunmore on tiebreaker with more first-place finishes

Apr. 21—Jon Seamans won the 100- and 200-meter dashes and contributed to a win in the 400-meter relay to lead Lakeland to a tiebreaker win over Dunmore on Thursday in a Lackawanna Track Conference Division III boys meet.

Both teams finished with 75 points, but the Chiefs had 11 first-place finishes to Dunmore's seven, which secured the overall win.

Pietro Cocquino added wins in the long and triple jump, while Thomas Rohan won the 3,200, Lyndon Bello won the discus, Dominico Spataro won the javelin, Talin Vitzakovitch won the high jump, and Jaden Poklemba won the pole vault for Lakeland.

Tommy Clark won the 1,600 and 800 to lead Dunmore.

Lakeland 75, Dunmore 75

Lakeland wins tiebreaker with 11 first-place finishes

3200 Relay: Lakeland (Dikatos, Telep, Snipes, Kopa) 10:26. 110 Hurdles: Josh Malone (DUN) 15.9, Fangio (DUN), Atticks (LAK). 100: Jon Seamans (LAK) 10.9, Domiano (DUN), DeSando (DUN). 1600: Tommy Clark (DUN) 4:56.4, Kopa (LAK), Toole (DUN). 400 Relay: Lakeland (Berlinski, Seamans, Snyder, Spataro) 45.8. 400: Cory Domiano (DUN) 53.7, Mecca (DUN), Dunstone (LAK). 300 Hurdles: Cole Fangio (DUN) 43.9, Franek (DUN), Atticks (LAK). 800: Tommy Clark (DUN) 2:06.6, Dikatos (LAK), Telep (LAK). 200: Jon Seamans (LAK) 22.9, DeSando (DUN), Mecca (DUN). 3200: Thomas Rohan (LAK) 11:01.5, Kopa (LAK), Toole (DUN). 1600 Relay: Dunmore (Fangio, DeSando, Domiano, Clark) 3:34.4. Shot: Nathan Reuther (DUN) 41-2, Williams (DUN), Bello (LAK). Discus: Lyndon Bello (LAK) 119-9, Williams (DUN), Talutto (DUN). Javelin: Dominico Spataro (LAK) 142-9, Malone (DUN), Gallagher (DUN). Long: Pietro Cocquio (LAK) 18-1, Gallagher (DUN), Vitzakovitch (LAK). Triple: Pietro Cocquio (LAK) 38-7, Bianchi (LAK), Franek (DUN). High: Talin Vitzakovitch (LAK) 5-4, Capooci (DUN), Poklemba (LAK). Pole: Jaden Poklemba (LAK) 9-0, Capooci (DUN), Bianchi (LAK).

Records: LAK 3-1, 2-1; DUN 3-1, 2-1.

Girls track

Kaylyn Davis won the 100 hurdles and 300 hurdles, Emily Black won the 1,600 and the 800, Kirsten Navich won the 400 and triple jump, Brooke Hill won the 100 and 200, and Anna Liuzzo won the shot put and discus as Lakeland defeated Dunmore, 115-35, in a battle of two undefeated teams in Division III.

The Lady Chiefs are the lone unbeaten team in the division with two meets remaining and have won 55 straight dual meets.

Dunmore's Maura Michalczyk broke her school record in the pole vault with a clearance of 11 feet, 3 inches. It beat her record of 10-6, which she set earlier this season.

Lakeland 115, Dunmore 35

3200 Relay: Lakeland (Piraino, Lutz, James, Navich) 13:24.7. 100 Hurdles: Kaylyn Davis (LAL) 16.3, Michalczyk (DUN), Belko (DUN). 100: Brooke Hill (LAK) 13.4, Fox (DUN), Hemak (LAK). 1600: Emily Black (LAK) 5:52.6, Murphy (DUN), Piraino (LAK). 400 Relay: Lakeland (Passiment, Hill, Hemak, Martini) 54.6. 400: Kirsten Navich (LAK) 1:04.2, Wormuth (LAK), Waters (DUN). 300 Hurdles: Kaylyn Davis (LAK) 51.1, Martini (LAK), Passiment (LAK). 800: Emily Black (Lak) 2:35, Escobar (DUN), Crambo (LAK). 200: Brooke Hill (LAK) 29.1, Fox (DUN), Wormuth (LAK). 3200: Morgan Lutz (LAK) 13:58.8, James (LAK), Murphy (DUN). 1600 Relay: Lakeland (Davis, Hill, Wormuth, Navich) 4:43.3. Shot: Anna Liuzzo (LAK) 31-1 1/2 , McAndrew (LAK), Nally (LAK). Discus: Anna Liuzzo (LAK) 105-10, Warholic (LAK), McAndrew (LAK). Javelin: Liz Pittsman (LAK) 88-1, Davis (LAK), King (DUN). Long: Maura Michalczyk (DUN) 14-8, DeSando (DUN), L. Pittsman (LAK). Triple: Kirsten Navich (LAK) 34-5, Michalczyk (DUN), DeSando (DUN). High: Jules Grier (LAK) 4-6, Rude (LAK), l. Pittsman (LAK). Pole: Maura Michalczyk (DUN) 11-3 (school record; old mark, 10-6, Maura Michalczyk, 2023), VanEsse (LAK), Wormuth (LAK).

Records: LAK 4-0, 3-0; DUN 3-1, 2-1.

Girls lacrosse

Claire McGrath scored five goals and Alexa Kleinberger had four to lead Scranton Prep to a 12-11 win over Dallas in a Wyoming Valley Conference match.

Grace Kotchick had two goals, and Annie Johnson handed out four assists for the Classics.

Dallas (8-2) 7 4 — 11

Scranton Prep (7-1) 6 6 — 12

SP Goals: Claire McGrath 5, Alexa Kleinberger 4, Grace Kotchick 2, Cienna Cardoni. Assists: Annie Johnson 4, Kleinberger 2, Caroline Haggerty, Maddy Scoblick. Saves: Jayna McIntyre 7.

DAL Goals: Gabby Rogoski 3, Braylee Walsh 2, Ireland Walsh 2, Leah Ricardo 2, Ella English 1. Assists: Rogoski, I Walsh, Kira Pomrinki. Saves: Taylor Pickett 5.

Wyoming Seminary 18, North Pocono 7

At Wyoming Seminary, Maddie Olshemski scored six times, Chase Taylor and Sadie Taylor each added three, and Summer Larabee netted two for the victors.

Amaya Monacelli scored five of North Pocono's seven goals. Norah Smith and Ashley Wright added the others.

North Pocono (3-4) 3 4 — 7

Wyoming Seminary (4-5) 14 4 — 18

NP Goals: Amaya Monacelli 5, Norah Smith, Ashley Wright. Saves: Becca Edwards 15.

WS: Goals: Maddie Olshemski 6, Chase Taylor 3, Sadie Gilbert, Summer Larabee 2, Sienna Popel, Avery Luksie. Assists: Gilbert, Kylie Romanchick, Peyton Taylor, Ryleigh McDonald, Abby Williams. Saves: Celeste Perry 8.

Delaware Valley 13, Tunkhannock 6

Leah Weinreb connected for five goals, and Ava Kraszewski and Emerson Gagnon each had a hat trick to pace Delaware Valley's win.

Morgan Hettesheimer scored four times for Tunkhannock.

Tunkhannock (4-6) 5 1 — 6

Delaware Valley (5-5) 3 10 —13

TUNK: Goals: Morgan Hettesheimer 4, Maria Cannella, Paige Adams. Saves: Emalyn Westfield 15.

DV: Goals: Leah Weinreb 5, Ava Kraszewski 3 goals, Emerson Gagnon 3, Carrigan McCormack, Grace Kloetzer. Assists: Kraszewski, Sara Flick, Haleigh Sibilia. Saves: Jaida Palacios 4.

Abington Heights 20, Wilkes Barre Area 5

At Wilkes-Barre, Bella DeRiggi and Caly Yankow each scored five goals to lead the Lady Comets (9-1).

AH Goals: Bella DeRiggi 5, Caly Yankow 5, Emily Bartell 2, Casey Healey 2, Allie Rothenberger 2, LeAnna Waters, Hawley Lynott, Lindsay Bartell, Lauren Bartell. Assists: Emily Bartell 3, Casey Healey 2, Rylee Yankow 2, Bella DeRiggi, Gigi Butala, Harper Pallman, Lindsay Bartell. Saves: Ava Davis 6.

WBA Goals: Ella Farrell 3, Aubrey, Rylee O'Donnell. Saves: Anna Vitali 10.

Boys tennis

Abington Heights rolled to a 5-0 win over Delaware Valley in a battle between two top Class 3A teams in District 2.

The Comets received wins in singles from Praneel Mallaiah, Sam Christman, and Domenic Peters to improve to 11-0 with two matches remaining in the Lackawanna League regular season.

At Wallenpaupack, Harrison Kubilus, Parth Patel, and Tom Bergman swept the singles matches to lead Scranton to a win.

At West Scranton, Drew Sphabmixay, Joel Castro, and Camron McMillon swept the singles matches in a win over Mid Valley on Wednesday.

Abington Heights 5, Delaware Valley 0

Singles: Praneel Mallaiah over Michael Richards, 6-0, 6-0; Sam Christman over Alex Corcoran, 6-0, 6-0; Domenic Peters over Wil Salus, 6-0, 6-0.

Doubles: Luke Morgan-Liam Farrell over Christian Perunsky-Alex Mullen, 6-0, 6-2; Manan Pancholy-Pranav Palle over Ty Bates-Tyler Ingraham, 6-3, 6-4.

Records: AH 11-0, DV 8-3.

Scranton 4, Wallenpaupack 0

Singles: Harrison Kubilus over Sam Filip, 6-1, 6-0; Purth Patel over Gabe Pesce, 6-1, 6-2; Tom Bergman over Daniel Loewenberg, 6-2, 6-0.

Doubles: Faneel Bhalja-Philip Huffman over Sky Dooley-Dana McDonald, 6-0, 6-0.

Records: SCR 6-6, WAL 0-10.

West Scranton 4, Mid Valley 1

Singles: Drew Sphabmixay (WS) ovre Erald Zyberaj, 6-2, 6-1; Joel Castro (WS) over Alexander Morano, 7-6 (8), 6-3; Camron McMillan (WS) over Fellipe DoVale, 6-4, 6-1.

Doubles: Ricky Vinansky-Callum de Quevedo (MV) over Jake Horrocks-Jesus Nunez (WS), 6-2, 6-3; Alex Sanchez-Bryan Barbosa (WS) over Brady Lettieri-0Miles Siwinski, 6-2, 6-2.

Records: WS 4-6, MV 1-9.

Baseball

Max Mickel ripped a two-run double during Honesdale's six-run top of the eighth as the Hornets pulled away for a 9-6 win over host Wallenpaupack in a Lackawanna League Division I-II crossover Thursday

Mickel went 3 for 4 with and drove in three runs for the Hornets, who scored two runs in the top of the seventh to tie it at 3. Grant Tonkin had two RBIs and starting pitcher Peter Modrovsky struck out eight and allowed two earned runs in six innings.

Jordan Santiago and Elijah Peifer each drove in two runs for Wallenpaupack, and starter Jake Holbert fanned seven and allowed one run in five innings.

Honesdale 9, Wallenpaupack 6

Honesdale 100 000 260 — 9

Wallenpaupack 200 001 030 — 6

WP: Jared Ahern 1 2/3IP, 3H, 3R, 0ER, 2BB, 1SO

LP: Greg Van Gorder 2 2/3IP, 6H, 8R, 1ER, 3BB, 2SO

2B: Trent Gombita (HON), Max Mickel (HON).

Records: WAL 5-6; HON 9-1

Mountain View 7, Forest City 5

At Mountain View, Bronson Kilmer went 3 for 3 with a triple and Riley Jagger drove in a pair of runs to lead the Eagles.

Winning pitcher Hudson Baine was 2 for 3 with an RBI.

Max Urbas homered for Forest City.

Mountain View 7, Forest City 5

Forest City 002 210 0 — 5

Mountain View 301 012 x — 7

WP: Hudson Bain 6 2/3IP, 7H, 5R, 4ER, 1BB, 5SO

LP: Max Urbas 5 1/3IP, 8H, 6R, 6ER, 4BB, 7SO

3B: Bronson Kilmer (MV).

HR: Max Urbas (FC).

Records: FC 0-7, 0-6; MtV 3-6, 3-3

Softball

Morgan McVicar homered and Natalie Borosky doubled twice, each collecting three hits as Valley View rolled to its 10th straight win, handling Wyoming Valley West, 13-1, in a five-inning, 10-run rule game.

McVicar finished with three RBIs and Borosky drove in two. Kalli Karwoski doubled and singled, and Tessa Stafursky doubled and knocked in a pair.

Kyla Hand had two hits and the RBI, and Isabella Seip doubled.

Valley View 13, Valley West 1

Valley West 100 00 — 1

Valley View 431 5x — 13

WP: Abbi Call 5IP, 6H, 1R, 1ER, 2BB, 5SO

LP: Abigail Yenalevitch 3IP, 9H, 12R, 12ER, 7BB, 2SO

2B: Natalie Borosky (VV) 2, Tessa Stafursky (VV), Kalli Karwoski (VV), Isabella Seip (WVW).

HR: Morgan McVicar (VV).

Records: WVW 1-6, VV 10-0.

Mountain View 9

Forest City 8

At Mountain View, Lily Sedlak delivered a one-out single in the bottom of the eighth to score Paige Smith as the Lady Eagles slipped past Forest City in Division III.

Mimi Sedlak had four hits to lead Mountain View and older sister Lily Sedlak had three of the team's 17 singles. Smith and Addison Kilmer also added three hits apiece.

Cassandra Johnson paced the Foresters with three hits, and Ashley Bossick and Olivia Casper each had two base hits.

Mountain View 9, Forest City 8

Forest City 500 201 0 — 8

Mountain View 400 400 1 — 9

WP: Lily Sedlak 8IP, 12H, 8R, 5ER, 2BB, 9SO

LP: Riley Bossick 7 1/3IP, 17H, 9R, 6ER, 2BB, 3SO

2B: Haylee Herrmann (FC), Vanessa Hodges (FC).

Records: FV 3-4, 3-3; MTV 4-3, 4-2.

Wallenpaupack 12

Honesdale 2

At Wallenpaupack, Wren Frederick pounded a home run and drove in three, and Emily Sterner had three hits and two RBIs for the Lady Buckhorns in the nbonleague win.

Winning pitcher Gabby Hieber tripled, singled and knocked in two.

Rachel Chee had two hits for Honesdale and Ava Patrisso singled and drove in a run.

Wallenpaupack 12, Honesdale 2

Honesdale 110 000 — 2

Wallenpaupack 323 301 — 12

WP: Gabby Hieber 4IP, 3H, 2R, 1ER, 3BB, 0SO

LP: Sarah Decker 5 1/3IP, 12H, 12R, 5ER, 3BB, 4SO

3B: Gabby Hieber (WAL).

HR: Wren Frederick (WAL).

Records: HON 0-9, WAL 6-4.

Elk Lake 7

Carbondale Area 6

At Elk Lake on Wednesday, the Lady Warriors rallied from a 6-2 deficit, scoring three in the bottom of the seventh to tie it and one in the bottom of the eighth to win a battle of Division III unbeatens.

Layla Weaver doubled twice and Megan Johns had a pair of hits, including ther tying single in the seventh.

Madison Kelsch belted a three-run homer to highlight Carbondale's five-run sixth. Julia Gorel led the way with three singles.

Elk Lake 7, Carbondale Area 6

Carbondale Area 000 105 00 — 6

Elk Lake 000 111 31 — 7

WP: Amanda Voll 8IP, 7H, 6R, 3ER, 1BB, 12SO

LP: Julia Gorel 7 1/3IP, 12H, 7R, 5ER, 2BB, 7SO

2B: Layla Weaver (EL) 2.

3B: Gianna Gallo (CAR), Kierra Borosky (CAR), Leah Traver (EL).

HR: Madison Kelsch (CAR).

Records: CAR 4-5, 4-1; EL 8-1, 6-0.

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