Upon Further Review: Lake-Lehman wrestlers Jeff Austin, Norm Clancy earned medals at 1985 championships


By Nick Wagner - nwagner@timesleader.com



Lake-Lehman’s Jeff Austin won fifth place at the PIAA Wrestling Championships in 1985.


Lake-Lehman’s Norm Clancy won sixth place at the PIAA Wrestling Championships in 1985.


Members of the 1995 Dallas junior high girls basketball team, from left, first row, Michelle Pryor, Jeannie Dreier, Jennifer Noon, Beth Carey and Katie Austin. Second row, Segan Millington, Erika Turner, Stephanie Simonitis, Kendall Santarelli and coach Joe Noon.


Gate of Heaven Church hosted a Pinewood Derby in March 1975. From left, first row, David Kubasti, first place; John Ferrarra, second place; and Bobby Cartier, third place. Second row, Holy Name Society President William Tabor and Scout Leader Robert Cartier.


By Nick Wagner

nwagner@timesleader.com

Lake-Lehman’s Jeff Austin won fifth place at the PIAA Wrestling Championships in 1985.
http://mydallaspost.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_Austin.jpgLake-Lehman’s Jeff Austin won fifth place at the PIAA Wrestling Championships in 1985.

Lake-Lehman’s Norm Clancy won sixth place at the PIAA Wrestling Championships in 1985.
http://mydallaspost.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_Clancy.jpgLake-Lehman’s Norm Clancy won sixth place at the PIAA Wrestling Championships in 1985.

Members of the 1995 Dallas junior high girls basketball team, from left, first row, Michelle Pryor, Jeannie Dreier, Jennifer Noon, Beth Carey and Katie Austin. Second row, Segan Millington, Erika Turner, Stephanie Simonitis, Kendall Santarelli and coach Joe Noon.
http://mydallaspost.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_DallasBball.jpgMembers of the 1995 Dallas junior high girls basketball team, from left, first row, Michelle Pryor, Jeannie Dreier, Jennifer Noon, Beth Carey and Katie Austin. Second row, Segan Millington, Erika Turner, Stephanie Simonitis, Kendall Santarelli and coach Joe Noon.

Gate of Heaven Church hosted a Pinewood Derby in March 1975. From left, first row, David Kubasti, first place; John Ferrarra, second place; and Bobby Cartier, third place. Second row, Holy Name Society President William Tabor and Scout Leader Robert Cartier.
http://mydallaspost.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_PinewoodDerby.jpgGate of Heaven Church hosted a Pinewood Derby in March 1975. From left, first row, David Kubasti, first place; John Ferrarra, second place; and Bobby Cartier, third place. Second row, Holy Name Society President William Tabor and Scout Leader Robert Cartier.

March 2005

Gate of Heaven basketball player Nick Latosek, an eighth grader, scored his 1,000th career point as a Gator. He is the son of Joe and Jackie Latosek, and is coached by Juan DeRojas, Tom Horn and Mike Judge.

March 1995

The Dallas junior high girls basketball team won the Wyoming Valley Junior High Girls Basketball League and later won the round-robin tournament to end the season.

Dallas beat Wyoming Valley West and Northwest to win the tournament title. The girls finished 13-1 on the season.

March 1985

Lake-Lehman wrestlers Jeff Austin and Norm Clancy each earned medals at the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association Championships in their respective weight classes.

Austin, a junior, lost his bid for gold in a 4-3 decision to Warriors Run’s Bob Simpson and settled for fifth after consolations. With Austin leading 3-2 and under a minute remaining, he was caught in a reversal, which seemed to take place out of bounds. The two points gave Simpson the win. Austin finished the season 29-4-1.

Clancy finished in sixth place and finished the season 29-3. All three of his losses were at the state level.

March 1975

The Pinewood Derby was held by Cub Scout Pack 232 from Gate of Heaven Church in Dallas. The scouts entere racing cars that were fashioned from a block of pine wood.

Top finishers, in order, were: David Kabasti, John Ferrarra and Bobby Cartier. Jimmy Davis won the price for the best looking car.

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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