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Misericordia sweeps softball doubleheader


April 18. 2013 11:55PM
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ASTON — Misericordia rallied from a six-run deficit to win game one 8-7 en route to a sweep of Neumann in non-conference college softball. The Cougars won the nightcap 9-5.


Diana Kestenbaum went 2-for-2 with three RBI to lead the Cougars in game one. Whitney Ellenberg also had two hits and two RBI.


Winning pitcher Caitlin Cromley helped her cause with a triple and a go-ahead sacrifice fly.


College Baseball


Misericordia 9, Moravian 4


Hanover Area grad Steve Sulcoski went 3-for-4 with four RBI for Misericordia in a non-conference victory. Paul Shepherd also safely hit three times for the Cougars.


Matt Karabin scattered eight hits and two runs over seven innings while striking out three. He became Misericordia’s all-time leader in pitching appearances with 49.


College Women’s Lacrosse


King’s 17, Gwynedd-Mercy 6


The Monarchs scored the first seven goals in the second half to pull away from the Griffins. Mariah Masciarelli finished the game with three goals and four assists. Emily Foley tallied five goals, and Amanda Harney contributed with three goals and an assist.


H.S. Girls Lacrosse


Wyoming Seminary 13, Crestwood 6


After Crestwood scored the game’s first goal, the Blue Knights went on a five-goal run en route to a victory on Wednesday. Wyoming Seminary’s Lexi Quick paced the way with four goals. Corinne Conyngham had three scores. Madison Swatzer produced two goals. Jackie Meuser, Brittany Williams, Gabby Grossman and Rowan Sherwood all netted a goal. Kelley Gavin made six saves.


Lizzy Dessoye scored all six Crestwood goals. Bailey Gallagher stopped five shots.


H.S. Girls Track and Field


Wyoming Area 131, Nanticoke 17


Haley Stackhouse won the 100 hurdles, long jump and high jump for the Warriors on Wednesday. Emily Shemanski claimed first in the 300 hurdles.


Rebecca Morgis earned the Trojans’ only firsts in the 1600 and 3200 runs.


3200 relay: 1. WA 13:30.9; 100 hurdles: 1. WA Stackhouse 16.5, 2. WA Shemanski, 3. WA Stilarty; Triple Jump: 1. WA Acacio 30’5, 2. WA Bulger; 3. WA Malloy; 100 dash: 1. WA Brown 13.3, 2. WA Bott, 3. WA Kelley; 1600 run: 1. NAN Morgis 5:39.5, 2. WA Heidacavage, 3. NAN Gromkowski; Shot Put: 1. WA Brown 279’6, 2. WA Deluca, 3. WA Ambruso; 400 dash: 1. WA Custer 1:09.3, 2. WA Kuharchik; 400 relay: 1. WA 59.2; 300 hurdles: 1. WA Shemanski 49.7, o2. WA Stillart, 3. NAN Jelli; Pole vault: 1. WA Kraynak 7’, 2. WA Turner 6’6, 3. WA Grigore; Discus: 1. WA DeLuca, 2. WA Acacio, 3. WA Alberigi; Long jump: 1. WA Stackhouse 16-1.5, 2. WA Brown, 3. WA Kelly; 800 Run: 1. WA Malloy 2:40.2, 2. WA Heidacavage, 3. NAN Downs; 200 dash: 1. WA Bott 30.6, 2. WA Kelly, 3. WA Kuharchik; 3200 run: 1. NAN Morgis 12:50.12; 2. NAN Gronkowski; Javelin: 1. WA Kazmerick 89’, 2. WA Albergi, 3. NAN Gurzynski; 1600 relay: 1. WA 4:50.2, 2. NAN; High jump: 1. WA Stackhouse 5’, 2. WA Brown


H.S. Boys Track and Field


Wyoming Area 134, Nanticoke 16


Farrod Condry placed first in the 110 hurdles for the Warriors on Wednesday. Ryan Flynn jumped 9 feet in the pole vault.


Nick Marr received the Trojans’ only individual win in the 300 hurdles.


3200 relay: 1. WA: 9:30.21, 2. NAN; 110 hurdles: 1. WA Condry 18.2, 2. NAN Marr, 3. WA Davis; Triple Jump: 1. WA Hine 36’11, 2. WA Lumley, 3. WA Lanunziata; 100 dash: 1. WA O’Brien 10.9, 2. WA Schmitz, 3. WA Steve; 1600 run: 1. WA Aswarth 5:13, 2. WA Filipak, 3. WA Vasquez; Shot Put: 1. WA Yurek 37’3, 2. WA Burton; 3. WA Lanunzata; 400 dash: 1. WA Harding 56.4, 2. WA Pardini, 3. NAN Goody; 400 relay: 1. WA 45.8; 300 hurdles: 1. NAN Mark 47.2, 2. WA Condry, 3. NAN Jypniewski; Pole vault: 1. WA Flynn 9-0, 2. WA Lanunziata, 3. WA Davis; Discus: 1. WA Burton 140’, 2. WA Erzar, 3. WA Dimick; Long jump: 1. WA Schmitz 19’8, 2. WA Lanunzata, 3. WA Hine; 800 Run: 1. WA Ashward 2:17.8, 2. WA Harding, 3. NAN Bloyham; 200 dash: 1. WA O’Brien 2:27, 2. WA Steve; 3. WA Hale; 3200 run: 1. WA Filipak 12:17.1, 2. WA Wall, 3. WA O’Malley; Javelin: 1. WA O’Brien 166’9; 2. WA Davis; 3. WA Wall; 1600 relay: 1. NAN 4:047, 2. WA; High jump: 1. WA Schmitz 5’6, 2. WA Buczynski, 3. NAN Roth




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