Seton Catholic’s Andrew Durako scored 22 points and added 14 rebounds as the Eagles stormed past Wyoming Seminary 61-40 in boys basketball action.
The Eagles blew the game open in the third quarter behind the hot hand of Steven Kopko, who had 15 of his 25 points in the third quarter. He had five 3-pointers.
Wyoming Area’s Tony Argo scored his 1,000th career point in a 63-61 loss to Scranton Prep. His milestone point knotted the game at 49.
Argo had 14 of his game-high 22 points in the fourth quarter, but it was not enough. Prep won the game with a shot that found the bottom of the net with four seconds remaining.
Wyoming Area girls swimmers tacked on a pair of wins to bring their WVC record to a perfect 3-0.
Deanna Cassetori had a record-breaking effort in WA’s 107-63 win over Coughlin. Cassetori, a 1982 district champion, turned in a 1:13 in the 100 breaststroke to establish a new Kistler Pool mark. She also won the 200 IM.
Wyoming Area also beat rival Pittston Area, 119-51. Karen Winsock’s triple win sparked the afternoon. She took gold in the 200 IM, backstroke and swam a leg in the winning 400 medley relay.
St. John’s sophomore Sue Brown sparked the Johnny-ettes with a 17-point effort to overcome a 7-point deficit and squeak by Wyoming Are, 42-35.
The low score was an indication of how the game was played by both teams. Brown eventually got her points, but Wyoming Area’s Sandy Amantea headed the defensive faucets of the game.