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Lake-Lehman’s Dominic Hockenbury set school and event records Saturday in the 3,200-meter run at the 88th annual Jack Roddick/Shippensburg University High School Track and Field Invitational.

Hockenbury completed his run in 9:22.61, finishing over 26 seconds ahead of second-place William Kachman of Bedford.

Jordan Lindley added a 16th-place finish in the 1,600 run for Lehman, which finished 22nd in the Class 2A boys team standings. Lakeland won the event.

The Coughlin and Dallas boys participated in the Class 3A competition.

Anthony Khalife was third in the shotput for Coughlin, which finished 13th in the team standings. The 1,600 relay team of Ryan DeCinti, Muhamad Chesson, Ruben Bourdeau and Tom Mitchell finished seventh.

Dallas finished 10th in the team standings with three top-10 finishes: Mike Mihal (fourth, discuss); Drew Harding (sixth, pole vault); and Brenden Ehret (seventh, 800).

The Dallas girls placed ninth in the Class 3A team standings. Ally Rome won the 3,200 run, with teammate Bryanna Dissinger finishing second. Lindsey Oremus was third in the 1,600. Catie Gawlas was 11th in the 100.

The Lehman girls finished ninth in the Class 2A field. Cayle Spencer (javelin) took home a second-place finish, while Emily Johns (shotput) and Lindsay Pembleton (3,200) each captured third place in their events. Emily Johns was also sixth in the discuss.

The 400 relay team of Haley Kubiski, Katie Supey, Shoshana Mahoney and Lilly Stepanski finished 12th. Brittany Faux was 13th in the 100 hurdles and Marie Johns placed 15th in the 300 hurdles.

The Coughlin girls also participated in the 3A meet, placing 22nd in the team standings. Nathaniella Bourdeau was second in the 300 hurdles and fifth in the 100. Tamar Bourdeau was ninth in the 100 hurdles.


Wyoming Area 10, Lake-Lehman 0 (6 inn.)

Nicole Cumbo tossed a two-hit shutout in the Warriors’ victory, while Emily Wolfgang slapped two doubles and Kat Sokirka went 3-for-3.

Lacey Miller and Morgan Dizbon got the only two hits for the Black Knights.

Hazleton Area 10, Crestwood 0 (5 inn.)

Mikaela Browdy’s home run in the bottom of the fifth lifted the Cougars over the Comets by the 10-run rule. Maria Trivelpiece went 2-for-3 with a double for the Cougars.

Celine Podlesny threw a two-hit shutout.

Colleen Borum and Ashlee Oleginski got the only two hits for the Comets.

Tunkhannock 11, Pittston Area 2

Molly Hampsey led the Tigers with three hits in their rout of the Patriots. Ryleigh Fitch added a double and single.

Alyssa Talerico had a triple for the Patriots.


Dallas 20, North Pocono 3

Omar Nijmeh scored six goals to pace Dallas in its road victory. Corey Metz added four goals and four assists, while Jesse Goode had three goals and an assist.


Wilkes sweeps doubleheader

The Colonels took both games of the doubleheader over Canton, winning 12-5 in five innings in the first game and 8-1 in the second game.

In game one, Brooke Limeberry went 2-for-2 with a home run and two RBI and pitcher Alysha Bixler went 4-for-4.

In the second game, Haylie Phillips and Meghan Kisela combined to allow two hits and one run over seven innings.

Jenna Graziano led the Colonels by going 3-for-4 with two RBI in the second game.


Misericordia athletes break school records

The Misericordia men and women both set school records at the Moravian Greyhound Invitational.

For the men, Angel Guzman set a school record with a toss of 41.76 in the discus event.

On the women’s side, Amy Viti, Stacey Perrins, Kelty Fairchild and Katie Fairchild set a record with a time of 3:53.71 in the 4x400 relay.

Viti also finished second in the 400 to set a school record with a time of 59.62, while Hilari Norris set a school record (14.79) and with a third place finish in the 110 hurdles.

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Dallas 20, North Pocono 3


North Pocono`3`0`—`3

SCORING — DAL, Omar Nijmeh (6g); Corey Metz (4g, 4a); Jesse Goode (3g, 1a); Matt Ross (2g, 3a); Brendan Baloh (2g); Curtis Evans (1g); Connor Motley (1g); Keith Gillette (1g). NP, Matt Kelly (1g); Rylie Louger (1g); Wyatt Mell (1g).

Saves — DAL 4 (George Pfeiffer).


Wyoming Area 10, Lake-Lehman 0 (6 inn.)

Wyoming Area`000`082`—`10


Pitching — WA Nicole Cumbo (W) 7IP, 2H, 0R, 0ER, 1BB, 4K; LL, Jordan Hodle (L) 6IP, 8H, 10R, 3ER, 0BB, 0K.

2B — WA, Emily Wolfgang 2.

Top hitters — WA, Kat Sokirka 3-for-3; Emily Wolfgang 2-for-4. LL Lacey Miller 1-for-3 Morgan Dizbon 1-for-2.

Hazleton Area 10, Crestwood 0 (5 inn.)


Hazleton Area`021`61`—`10

Pitching — CRE, Colleen Borum (L), 3IP, 6H, 8R, 7ER, 3BB, 1K, Alyssa Davis 1.3IP, 3H, 2R, 2ER, 2BB, 1K; HA, Celine Podlesny (W), 5IP, 2H, 0R, 0ER, 2BB, 6K.

2B — HAZ, Samantha Valera, Maria Trivelpiece, Abby Sachse. HR — HAZ, Mikaela Browdy.

Top hitters — CRE, Borum 1-for-1, Ashlee Oleginski 1-for-2 . HAZ, Maria Trivelpiece 2-for-3, Victoria Bernotas 1-for-1.

Tunkhannock 11, Pittston Area 2


Pittston Area`200`000`—`0

Pitching — TUN, Erin Smith, 6IP 4H, 2R, 1ER, 2BB, 10K; PIT, Taylor Baloga, 6IP, 12H, 11R, 8ER, 5BB, 5K.

2B — TUN, Ryleigh Fitch; PIT Lauren Dragon. 3B — PIT, Alyssa Talerico.

Top hitters — Molly Hampsey three hits, Ryleigh Fitch two hits. PIT, Alyssa Talerico one hit, Lauren Dragon one hit.

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