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LEHMAN TWP. — With two scores from Ian Dawsey, Lake-Lehman earned the 4-1 win over Holy Redeemer in a District 2 boys soccer tournament play-in game Saturday afternoon.

The Black Knights also recieved one score from Nick Wnuk, while the Royals got a goal from Chris Jawlenok.

Lake-Lehman will play at Honesdale on Tuesday at 3:30 p.m. in a first round game.


Misericordia 3, Eastern 1

Misericordia’s field hockey team attempted just nine shots but found the range plenty in a victory over visiting Eastern on Saturday.

Rebecca Hindman, Allie Elmes and Jennifer O’Neal all had one score each for the Cougars.

King’s 2, FDU-Florham 1

Alyssa Monaghan scored the game-winning goal with 1:21 left in regulation as the King’s posted a victory over host FDU-Florham.

Shelby Madden also scored for the Monarchs.

Delaware Valley 2, Wilkes 1

Delaware Valley scored two goals, both in the first half, to hold on for a Freedom Conference victory over Wilkes.

Emily Saliba recorded the only score for the Colonels.


King’s posts 8th place finish at Gettysburg

Robert Moulton led the way for the King’s men notching a fourth-place finish with a time of 26:21, while T.J. Ferguson added a 48th place finish in a time of 27:31.

Misericordia places 11th

Mikael Hause ran the seventh-fastest time in school history to lead Misericordia at the Gettysburg Invitational.

Shadrack Kiprop (27:44) was 68th, and A.J. Limongelli (28:01) and Austin Martinelli (28:04) finished 81st and 83rd, respectively.

Wilkes places 18th

Wilkes claimed 18th place of 26 teams at the Gettysburg Invitational.

Tim Jurkowski broke the school record for fastest time in the 8k finishing in 28:37, beating it by 22 seconds. It was set last season by Brian Smith. Tyler Sutton followed with a time of 29:11 for 137th place.


Misericordia places 10th

Bianca Bolton led Misericordia at the Gettysburg Invitational.

Bolton (23:57) was 26th overall, while Bethany Killmon (24:48) finished 54th.

Wilkes places 19th

Wilkes finished 19th out of 27 squads at the Gettysburg Invitational.

Vianna Crowley led the way with a time of 25:43 for 88th place, while Rachel Quinn finished at 25:59 for 105th place and Sarah Fillman notched a time of 26:33 for 132nd place.

King’s places 21st

King’s placed 21st in the Gettysburg Invitational.

Marissa Durako was King’s top finisher with a 17th place finish in a time of 23:38, while Alexandra Evangelista posted a time of 26:21 for a 92nd place finish.


Misericordia 4, Eastern 0

Nick vonEgypt recorded a hat trick Misericordia knocked off previously unbeaten Eastern.

Chris Edkins added a goal and David Malaquias had a pair of assists.

Wilkes 2, DeSales 1

Freshman John Stoner scored his fourth goal of the season in the 87th minute to lead the Colonels past DeSales.

Tyler Young also scored for the Colonels.

King’s 1, Manhattanville 0

King’s got the win over Manhattanville in a rain-drenched bout.

After the teams played 84 scoreless minutes, Daniel Hernandez scored with just 5:37 to play in the game.


Wilkes 2, DeSales 0

The Lady Colonels remained unblemished in Freedom Conference play as they shutout DeSales.

Samantha Hockley and Dianna Connor each scored one goal for Wilkes.

King’s 1, Manhattanville 0

Freshman Raquel Molina tallied her first collegiate goal in the 20th minute when she finished a Sarah Borajkiewicz corner kick inside the left post for the game’s only score as King’s won.


Wilkes sweeps tournament

Wilkes completed the four-match sweep defeating St. Joseph’s by scores of 26-24, 25-23, 25-20 and then swept Ramapo in its final match of the tournament by scores of 25-15, 25-22, 25-21.

Casey Bohan led the offense over St. Joseph’s with 13 kills while Ally Paskas had eight kills against Ramapo.

Misericordia 3, Arcadia 0

Misericordia beat Arcadia 25-21, 25-12, 25-21 to record its fourth consecutive sweep.

Shelby Brochetti had 12 kills and Kellyn Swanson added 10 kills and two aces.

King’s 3, New Jersey City University 0

King’s snapped a four-match losing streak defeating New Jersey City 25-12, 25-21, 25-13.

Jessica Carr topped the Monarchs with 10 kills, one assist, and two digs while Mary Loughran followed with 24 assists, six kills, two service aces, and 10 digs.


Wyoming Area 2, Tunkhannock 1

Behind one goal apiece from Amanda Gallagher and Samantha Acacio, the Warriors earned the victory over the Tigers on Friday evening.

Jordan Kelly contributed with one assist.

Mya Toczko aided the Tunkhannock effort with one score.



Lake-Lehman 4, Holy Redeemer 1

Holy Redeemer`0`1`—`1


First half — 1. LL Nick Wnuk (Ed Geist), 12:00; 2. LL own goal, 6:04 Second half — 3. LL Ian Dawsey (Austin Harry), 33:52; 4. LL Dawsey (Mike Symeon), 29:36; 5. HR Chris Jawlenok, 6:45.

Shots — HR 4; LL 13. Saves — HR 9 (Ian McGrane); LL 3 (Collin Masters). Corner kicks — HR 2, LL 7


Wyoming Area 2, Tunkhannock 1

Wyoming Area`2`0`—`2


First half — 1. WA Samantha Acacio (Jordan Kelly); 2. WA Amanda Gallagher; Second half — TUNK Mya Toczko.

Shots — WA 9, TUNK 12. Saves — WA 10 (Caitltin Butchko); TUNK 6 (Traci Kromko).

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