Back Mountain high school sports roundup for April 13-19

Staff reports

Staff reports

Tuesday, April 19


Dallas 9, Crestwood 4

Maddie Kelley and Mikayla Engler had two hits each and Dallas took advantage of eight Crestwood errors to post its first win.


Dallas 5, Wyoming Area 0

Jack Robbins and Cameron Tuck dropped just three games between them in singles competition during Dallas’ sweep.

Billy Robbins and Mark Roginski rallied to win at No. 2 doubles after dropping the first set.


Crestwood 11, Dallas 1

Lee Eckert drove in the lone run for the Mountaineers (3-2).

Lake-Lehman 6, Coughlin 2

Tommy Williams went the distance on the mound for the Black Knights (1-3), scattering five hits without allowing a walk. Tyler Kolb finished with three hits while Hunter Nice drove in two runs.

Monday, April 18


Wyoming Area 4, Dallas 0

Kendra Saba had two hits for Dallas.


Lake-Lehman 12,

Scranton Prep 9

Katie Strohl and Alicia Galasso each scored four times to lead the Lake-Lehman girls lacrosse team to a 12-9 win over Scranton Prep on Monday.

Lehman’s Grace Bulter saved 13 of the 22 shots she faced.

Wyoming Seminary 13,

Dallas 4

Dallas’ Lauren Delamater and Sam Delamater each scored two goals in the loss against the Blue Knights.

Kyleigh Kravits has one assist and goalie Kathleen Brown had eight saves.

Saturday, April 16


Lake-Lehman 15,

Mifflinburg 5

Hallie Jenkins and Kate Roberts scored three goals each as the Black Knights defeated Mifflinburg in nonconference play.

Jes Evans finished with two goals and two assists, while Katie Strohl had two goals and one assists and Julia Hutsck chipped in with two goals in the win.

Mid-West 10, Lake-Lehman 6

Katie Strohl scored three goals in Lake-Lehman’s loss to Mid-West.


The Lake-Lehman girls 3,200-meter relay team of Olivia Vasey, Jace Garnick, Jade Fry and Hailey Kubiski set a new school record Saturday at the New York Relays. The girls ran a time of 9:42.23 beating the previous record of 9:43 from 2007.

On the boys side, Dominic Hockenbury set a new school record at 1,600 meters. Hockenbury ran 4:15.23 topping Giro Hall’s record of 4:16 set in 1982.


Tunkhannock 5, Dallas 0

Hope Jones struck out 10 and surrendered just three hits as Tunkhannock shut out Dallas.

Kendra Shultz was 3 for 3 with two doubles for the Tigers. Kailey Reposa knocked in two runs as Tunkhannock took control with a four-run fifth inning. All five runs were unearned against Dallas pitcher Maddie Kelley.

Friday, April 15


Dallas 6, Tunkhannock 3

A team finally recorded a hit against the Mountaineers. But not a win.

Ryan Martin erased a 1-0 deficit by launching a three-run homer in the top of the fifth to fuel a victory over the Tigers. Aaron Yurko struck out seven for Dallas (3-0), which has yet to go to the bullpen in league play. Lee Eckert opened the season with back-to-back no-hitters.

The Tigers (1-1) collected eight hits, with three coming from Connor Hulslander (RBI).


Dallas 5, Pittston Area 0

Jason Homschek led the Mountaineers charge with a 6-1, 6-2 win in the top singles match and Dallas swept to victory, winning in straight sets in all five matches.


Nanticoke Area 3,

Lake-Lehman 0

Charles Hennebaul had seven digs and three kills for Lehman, Nick Wnuk finished with nine assists and Zack Corey added four kills, three blocks and two digs in defeat.


Delaware Valley 14,

Lake-Lehman 3

Charlie Kuschke, Chad Grzesnikowski and Austin Sobie each scored a goal for the Black Knights.


Lake-Lehman 3,

Northwest 2

Two-throwing errors on an Abbey Hogan bunt allowed two runs to score and Lake-Lehman to slip past Northwest in nonconference play.

Savannah Purdy was 2 for 4, while Chole BanGorder scored a run for the Black Knights. Hogan picked up the win, giving p three hits and striking out eight.

Thursday, April 14


Dallas boys 87,

Wyo. Valley West 62

John Zardecki won three distance runs and Uzee Ukattah won three sprints as Dallas defeated Wyoming Valley West.

Dallas girls 108,

Wyo. Valley West 42

Abigail Zolner posted wins in both hurdle events for Dallas.


Coughlin 16, Dallas 5

Sam Delamater (two goals), Mindy Ratchford, Katie Kapral and Grace Young all scored for the Mountaineers.

Lake-Lehman 22,

Tunkhannock 6

Kate Roberts scored six goals and Katie Strohl added four in Lake-Lehman’s win. Alicia Galasso scored three times.

Makayle Franko scored three goals and Quinlan Hamersley had two goals to pace Tunkhannock’s offense.


Dallas 3, MMI Prep 2

Doug Genetti at No. 3 singles and the first doubles team of Cameron Tuck and Billy Robins dropped only one game between them to help the Mountaineers edge the Preppers.


Western Wayne 3, Lake-Lehman 0

Lake-Lehman’s Charles Hennebaul finished with four kills and one block and Matt Fassett had seven digs in a 25-18, 25-16, 25-10 loss to Western Wayne.

Wednesday, April 13


Lake-Lehman girls 121,

Nanticoke Area 28

Emily Johns won all three throws, Jade Fry placed first in the 800 and 1,600-meter runs and the Black Knights won every event but two in a dominating victory.

Johns threw the discus 128-7 feet, slung the shot put 31-5.50 feet and won the javelin with a toss to 106-2 feet.

Lake-Lehman boys 121,

Nanticoke Area 29

Dominic Hockenbury was a three-time winner and Joey Chaga and Nick Eury earned two wins apiece as the Black Knights remained unbeaten in the Wyoming Valley Conference Division 2.

Hockenbury took the 1600 and 3200 meter individual runs and teamed up on the winning 3200 relay.

Chaga won the 110 hurdles and pole vault, while Eury took firsts in the 100 and 200 meter sprints.


Berwick 3, Lake-Lehman 0

The Bulldogs won by scores of 25-17, 25-23, 25-11 as Corey Blockus delivered nine digs, Dillon Michael nabbed 11 service points and nine 9 digs, and Joe North piled up 10 kills and three blocks.

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