Back Mountain high school sports roundup for April 27-May 3

Staff reports

Staff reports

Tuesday, May 3


Lake-Lehman 9,

North Pocono 6

Luke Yaple (two goals) and Charlies Kuschke (three goals) scored consecutive goals with two minutes left in regulation and Kuschke scored again in overtime for the Black Knights.


Crestwood 16, Lake-Lehman 14

Corinna Scoblick and Cassie Konopki had three hits apiece for the Black Knights.


Dallas girls 113, Tunkhannock 37

Kaityln Kochanski set a new Dallas record in the discus with a throw of 116-5 to top the Mountaineers. She also won the shot put.

Dallas boys 99, Tunkhannock 46

Abdul Almeky took first in the triple jump, shot put and javelin for the Mountaineers. Uzoije Ukattah and Jack Zardecki added two wins apiece.

Monday, May 2


Lake Lehman 11, Dallas 5

Kate Roberts scored three goals and added an assist for Lehman, while Katie Strohl, Hallie Jenkins, Alicia Gallaso and Jess Evans all scored two goals.

For Dallas, Sam Delamater led the way with three goals.


Crestwood 14, Dallas 7

Ryan Magin’s four goals led the way as the Comets used an 8-2 halftime to cruise to a seven-goal win over Dallas on Senior Night.

Lance Lysiak and Zach Anderson each finished with three goals and two assists, while Liam Stone made seven saves in goal in the win.

Corey Mets scored four goals for the Mountaineers and Connor Motley scored twice.

Saturday, April 30


Lake-Lehman 10,

Scranton Prep 5

Hallie Jenkins scored three goals and Katie Strohl, Jess Evans and Alicia Galasso scored twice in the Black Knight’s victory.

Lewisburg 15, Dallas 11

Kyleigh Kravits, Lauren Delamater and Sam Delamater scored two goals each for Dallas in a non-conference setback.

Friday, April 29


Coughlin 8,

Lake-Lehman 7

Brigid Wood scored four goals, while Savanna Robinson added two as the Crusaders slipped past the Black Knights.

Ashley Chase and Aubrey Wynn had a goal apiece in the win.

Lake-Lehman’s Jess Evans scored three goals and assisted on another, while teammate Kate Roberts had two goals and one assist.

Thursday, April 28


Wyoming Seminary 15,

Lake-Lehman 6

Kate Roberts and Jessica Evans each scored two goals. Hallie Jenkins and Alicia Galasso both scored one goal, and Carey-ann Keiper had two assists for the Black Knights.


Holy Redeemer 3,

Dallas 0

Holy Redeemer earned a 25-9, 25-9, 25-13 win over Dallas.

Tunkhannock 3,

Lake-Lehman 1

Bernard Karlowicz led Lake-Lehman with 27 digs and Jake Corey finished with 10 kills and eight blocks, while Charles Hennebaul had eight service points, seven kills and two blocks. Tom Manzoni had two kills and seven digs in the loss.

Wednesday, April 27


Lake-Lehman 2,

Crestwood 1 (11 inn.)

Noah Gorski brought in the game-winning run on a bases-loaded walk in the top of the 11th inning. Lake-Lehman starter Garrett Weston allowed no earned runs in eight innings with no walks and four hits allowed.

Tyler Kolb picked up the win in a scoreless three innings of relief for the Black Knights (3-4).

Dallas 10, Pittston Area 2

J.D. Barrett had a hit in all three at-bats and drove in three runs to help the Mountaineers (4-4) snap a four-game slide. Ryan Martin finished with two doubles, a run and an RBI.

Sophomore Nick Kocher notched the win with a three-hit complete game in his first varsity start in WVC play, striking out six.


Meyers boys 105, Lake-Lehman 45

Lake-Lehman’s Nick Eury beat out Robinson by a nose in a tight finish in the 100 dash. His Lehman teammate Dominic Hockenberry registered the top WVC time in the 800, winning in 2:01.

Lake-Lehman girls 95, Meyers 55

Jade Fry crossed the finish in first in the 1,600 for the Black Knights and Haley Kubiski took a pair of firsts in the 400 and 800 as the 4-1 Black Knights won their fourth consecutive meet.


Dallas 3, Hazleton Area 2

Anthony DeLuca won No. 3 singles 6-3, 6-1 and Dallas sweep the doubles matches to slip past Hazleton Area, 3-2 in a WVC boys tennis match on Wednesday.


Lake-Lehman 19, Pittston Area 7

Katie Strohl netted five goals for the Black Knights. Alicia Galasso totaled three goals and an assist. Hallie Jenkins had four points on two goals and two assists. Izzy Radel and Jess Evans each supplied two goals and an assist.

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