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Misericordia a winner in baseball


May 04. 2013 11:11PM
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QUAKERTOWN — Ryan Dorosh pitched a complete-game shutout and struck out 14 batters to lead Misericordia University past FDU-Florham 4-0 in the loser’s bracket of the Freedom Conference Championships.


Dorosh allowed just five hits in the victory, while Ryan Cacchioli went 3 for 3 on the day to lead the Cougar offense.


MEN’S LACROSSE Eastern 22, Misericordia 6


Eastern University used a big second quarter to break open a tie game en route to a win over Misericordia University in the Freedom Conference men’s lacrosse title game.


J.R. Lauri led the Cougars with two goals while Matt Gonzalez, Nick Santillo, Trevor Bodnar and Peter Paccione all added one goal.


COLLEGE SOFTBALL FDU-Florham 8, King’s 7


King’s College gave up four runs in the top of the seventh inning, dropping a hard-fought decision to FDU-Florham in the first elimination game of the Freedom Conference tournament.


Katie Kowalski went 1-for-2 of hits for the Lady Monarchs with two RBI while Maggie Gola was 1-for-3 with an RBI and a run scored.


MEN’S TENNIS Wilkes 5, King’s 0


Wilkes University team captured its sixth straight Freedom Conference Championship posting a victory over King’s College.


Tournament MVP Michael Kranz posted a 6-3, 6-2 win at No. 3 followed by a straight set 6-3, 6-0 win at No. 4 from Max Appello to seal the title.


WOMEN’S TENNIS Wilkes 5, Misericordia 0


Wilkes University continued its dominance of the Freedom Conference capturing its seventh straight Freedom Conference title positing a win over Misericordia University on Saturday at the Ralston Athletic Conference.


Wilkes swept all three doubles flights before Ally Kristofco, tournament MVP, claimed a 6-0, 6-1 decision at No. 2 singles. Katie Lynn sealed the victory with a 6-0, 6-1 win at No. 3 singles.


MEN’S TRACK & FIELD Misericordia finishes eigth


Misericordia finished eighth in the team standings with 31 points as Andrew Nelson placed third in the 400-meter run (49.97) and fifth in the 200 (22.8) on the final day of the MAC Championships on Saturday at Lebanon Valley.


Angelo Scaffido finished third in the javelin (56.22) for the Cougars as well.


WOMEN’S TRACK & FIELD Misericordia finishes third


Led by three individual champions, Misericordia University finished third at the MAC Championships.


Ashlee Ward claimed her second individual title with a school-record throw of 38.46 in the discus while Amy Viti set a MAC record to win at 400 (57.7) and was also named MAC Rookie of the Year and Hilari Norris won the 100 hurdles (15.1) and Brianna Brodt was seventh (16.73).


H.S. VOLLEYBALL Coughlin 3, Valley West 1


Danny Sales recorded 19 points and 33 assists as the Crusaders defeated the Spartans.


Wyoming Valley West was led by Chris Spellman with seven kills.


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Coughlin: Danny Sales 3 digs, 1 kill, 19 points, 6 aces, 4 blocks, 33 assits; Mike Lewandowski 1 dig, 14 kills, 6 points, 1 ace, 8 blocks; Kenny Werkheiser 8 digs, 10 points, 3 aces; Josh Wilk 9 kills, 7 points, 3 aces, 9 blocks.


Wyoming Valley West: Mark Burridge 6 points, 6 kills, 3 blocks, 7 digs; Chris Spellman 6 points. 7 kills, 9 digs.


H.S. BOYS LACROSSE Dallas 16, Tunkhannock 4


Dallas defeated Tunkhannock Friday behind Corey Metz’s four goals.




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