Upon Further Review: Dallas hoopster Cheryl Gavigan scored 1,000th point in win over Meyers in ‘85


By Nick Wagner - [email protected]



Lake-Lehman’s Kelly Spencer, right, goes up for a layup against Dallas’ Carrie Fetterman during a game in January of 1995.


Dallas’ Cheryl Gavigan scored her 1,000th career point in a win over Meyers in January of 1985. From left, Ann Marie Gavigan, Don Gavigan and Cheryl Gavigan.


Dallas’ Mike Cook tries to push back against GAR’s Len Kaminski during the 119-pound match in January of 1975.


By Nick Wagner

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Lake-Lehman’s Kelly Spencer, right, goes up for a layup against Dallas’ Carrie Fetterman during a game in January of 1995.
http://mydallaspost.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/web1_TDPSpencer-1.jpgLake-Lehman’s Kelly Spencer, right, goes up for a layup against Dallas’ Carrie Fetterman during a game in January of 1995.

Dallas’ Cheryl Gavigan scored her 1,000th career point in a win over Meyers in January of 1985. From left, Ann Marie Gavigan, Don Gavigan and Cheryl Gavigan.
http://mydallaspost.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/web1_TDP84Gavigan.jpgDallas’ Cheryl Gavigan scored her 1,000th career point in a win over Meyers in January of 1985. From left, Ann Marie Gavigan, Don Gavigan and Cheryl Gavigan.

Dallas’ Mike Cook tries to push back against GAR’s Len Kaminski during the 119-pound match in January of 1975.
http://mydallaspost.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/web1_TDPwrestling75.jpgDallas’ Mike Cook tries to push back against GAR’s Len Kaminski during the 119-pound match in January of 1975.

January 2005

Three former wrestlers were elected to the Lake-Lehman Hall of Fame during a ceremony prior to a match. Former Black Knights Nick Raczkowski, Jason Maciejczak and Matt Magee, are all 1999 Lake-Lehaman graduates and were elected to the Hall of Fame.

Raczkowski finished his career with a 102-34 record and was a two-time District 2 champion. Maciejczak finished his career with an 84-28 record and two district gold medals. Magee was a two-time District 2 finalist and a two-time Mountain Top Tournament champion. He finished his career at 80-30.

January 1995

The Dallas girls basketball team turned in an impressive performance with a 49-38 win over Lake-Lehman to improve to 3-1 in the Wyoming Valley Conference Division 2.

Dallas’ Robin Suda scored a game-high 24 points. She contributed eight of those 24 during a 12-3 run late in the third quarter to gain the edge on Lake-Lehman. Theresa Paxton had 10 points for Dallas.

Kelly Spencer’s 12 points led the Black Knights.

January 1985

The Dallas girls basketball team got a boost from Cheryl Gavigan in wins over Seton Catholic and Meyers during the week.

Gavigan hit her 1,000th career point on a jump shot in the second quarter in the win over Meyers. Gavigan finished with 21 points and 12 rebounds, while Karen Vloedman set the pace for the Mountaineers with 24 points.

January 1975

Dallas junior Dave Dierolf, wrestling at 112 pounds, clamped GAR’s Joe Morrisey in 22 seconds to help lead the Mountaineers to a 36-18 win over the Grenadiers.

Also picking up wins for the Mountaineers were Jim Bolger (185), Mike Cook (119), Pat Krostag (126) and Frank Hazletine (145).

Reach Nick Wagner at 570-991-6406 or on Twitter @Dispatch_Nick

Reach Nick Wagner at 570-991-6406 or on Twitter @Dispatch_Nick

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