Back Mountain High School Sports Roundup for March 30-April 5

Staff reports

Staff reports

Tuesday, April 5


Wyoming Area 13, Lake-Lehman 2

Gwen Glatz was 2 for 3 from the plate, with two doubles and an RBI in the Warriors’ win.

In the circle, Glatz went five innings, striking out five and and giving up three hits. Teammates Heather Nametko and Annie Karcutskie each had three RBI in the victory.


Tunkhannock 3, Coughlin 2

Ren Keiser and Alex Davis pulled out a third set tiebreaker by an 8-6 score to lift the Tigers to a thrilling victory.

Patrick Cronin won the top singles match for Tunkhannock and Avery Newhart won at No. 2 to set up the win.

Sam Sebia won at No. 3 singles for Coughlin.


Lake-Lehman 14, Coughlin 3

Lake-Lehman’s Luke Yaple’s five goals led the way as the Black Knights topped Coughlin.

Teammate Charlie Kuschke had four goals and an assist, Owen Morgan chipped in with three goals and two assists, while Tyler Wojciechowski and Bo Butler each scored in the win.

Brandon Kelley had a goal and assist and Zack Kenzakoski scored twice for Coughlin.


Wyoming Valley West 3, Lake-Lehman 0

Tyler Klienback finished with 13 kills, three blocks and two aces as the Spartans beat Lake-Lehman 25-14, 25-16, 25-16.

Nick Klimchok had 23 assists, five kills and three digs, while Sam Nogin finished with nine service points, three aces, 10 digs and five assists.

Lake-Lehman was led by Charles Hennebaul’s three kills and two blocks, Bernard Karlowicz six digs and one kill and Nick Wnuk’s six assists, two service points and one block.


Berwick 87, Dallas 62

Spencer Hoffman and Robbie Harter each won two events as the Bulldogs bumped Dallas.

Hoffman captured the 110 and 300 hurdles, while Harter captured the pole vault and high jump.

Jack Zardecki was a triple winner for Dallas, taking the 800, 1600 and 3200 meter runs.


Dallas 99.5, Berwick 50.5

Samantha Mazula and Ally Rome both paved the way to victory by winning two individual events apiece for the Mountaineers, who ran their WVC regular season winning streak to nine consecutive meets.

Mazula placed first in both sprint events, the 100 and 200 meter dashes, while Rome captured the 1600 and 3200 meter runs.

Payden Montana won the discus and shot put throws for Berwick.

Monday, April 4


Lake-Lehman 22, Wyoming Area 8

Katie Strohl (six goals, assist) and Alicia Galasso (five goals) led the Black Knights, who scored 13 before halftime. Izzy Radel added three goals while Jess Evans and Hallie Jenkins had two apiece.

Wyoming Area got six goals from Jordan Kelly and a pair from Claudia Waltz.

Dallas 12, Tunkhannock 4

Sam Delamater scored four goals for the Mountaineers, while Lauren Delamater added three more in the victory.

Katie Kapral and Katie Snedeker each added two tallies, and Jess Blatt and Julia Baloh found the net once.

Friday, April 1


Tunkhannock 5, Wyoming Area 0

Luke Straley won 6-0, 6-1 in the top singles match, Patrick Cronin added a 6-0, 6-1 win at No. 2 singles and the Tigers swept to victory by winning every match in straight sets.


Tunkhannock 3, Hanover Area 1

Avery Billings’ seven kills, two blocks and one ace as Tunkhannock topped Hanover Area 25-12, 23-25, 25-20, 25-13.

Daulton Cavanaugh finished with one dig, eight kills and one assist and Elliott Hammersley chipped in with three kills, one dig and three assists for Tunkhannock.

Delaware Valley 3, Lake-Lehman 1

Tyler Smith made 14 kills and Liam Naturale finished with 38 assists and 13 service points to lead Delaware Valley’s 25-11, 25-16, 18-25, 25-14 victory.

Zack Corey had seven kills for Lehman, while Joey Chaga added 13 assists in the loss. John Natiello finished with five kills and 14 service points for Delaware Valley. Charles Hennebaul served eight of Lehman’s points.

Thursday, March 31


Dallas 3, Berwick 2

Dallas swept doubles action behind Anthony Brominski and Cameron Tuck 6-1, 6-2 win, while Adam Niznik and Joe Bevevino won No. 2 doubles 6-2, 6-3.

Anthony Deluca won Dallas’ lone singles’ match.

Wednesday, March 30


Lake-Lehman 3, Hanover Area 0

The Black Knights posted a 25-12, 25-21, 25-19 sweep on the road.

Jake Corey piled up 11 kills and two blocks and Zack Corey registered 10 kills and three blocks in the win. Clay Vasey connected for three kills, five service points and four aces for the Black Knights. Joey Chaga (11 assists, 3 aces) and Nick Wnuk (15 assists, 1 ace, 1 kill) also helped Lehman.

Sean Connelley (10 digs, three assists), Kyle Barnosky (six kills, seven digs, three blocks) and Zach Roediger (four kills, three blocks) topped the Hawkeyes.

Wyoming Valley West 3, Dallas 0

In a match played Tuesday, the Spartans earned a 25-10, 25-17, 25-21 road sweep of the Mountaineers. Tyler Klienbach (six service points, 13 kills, nine blocks), Nick Klimchok (eight service points, three aces, two kills, 28 assists) and Sam Nogin (seven service points, 11 digs) led Valley West.

For Dallas, Steve Darling recorded 13 assists, four kills and six blocks while Corbin Thompson added eight kills.


Lake-Lehman 3, Meyers 2

Lake-Lehman rallied with two runs in the bottom of the eighth to defeat Meyers in an exhibition game.

Cassie Konopki knocked in the tying run, scoring Corinna Scoblick on a sacrifice fly. Abbey Hogan later scored the winning run on Jill Ambrose’s sacrifice.

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