Back Mountain high school sports roundup for May 11-17


Staff reports



Lake-Lehman’s Henry Selingo delivers a pitch against Wyoming Area in WVC baseball action May 11 in Lehman Township.


Lake-Lehman’s Hunter Nice, right, takes a lead from first base under the watchful eye of Wyoming Area pitcher Cory Lescavage in WVC baseball action May 11 in Lehman Township.


Lehmans Charlie Kuske tries to get past Wyoming Areas Pat Musinski --------------------Fred Adams|for Times Leader5-13-16


Staff reports

Lake-Lehman’s Henry Selingo delivers a pitch against Wyoming Area in WVC baseball action May 11 in Lehman Township.
http://mydallaspost.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_TDP051516Baseball_spt_1.jpgLake-Lehman’s Henry Selingo delivers a pitch against Wyoming Area in WVC baseball action May 11 in Lehman Township.

Lake-Lehman’s Hunter Nice, right, takes a lead from first base under the watchful eye of Wyoming Area pitcher Cory Lescavage in WVC baseball action May 11 in Lehman Township.
http://mydallaspost.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_TDP051516Baseball_spt_2.jpgLake-Lehman’s Hunter Nice, right, takes a lead from first base under the watchful eye of Wyoming Area pitcher Cory Lescavage in WVC baseball action May 11 in Lehman Township.

Lehmans Charlie Kuske tries to get past Wyoming Areas Pat Musinski ——————–Fred Adams|for Times Leader5-13-16
http://mydallaspost.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_wa_k1_faa.jpgLehmans Charlie Kuske tries to get past Wyoming Areas Pat Musinski ——————–Fred Adams|for Times Leader5-13-16

Tuesday, May 17

BASEBALL

Dallas 1, Wyoming Area 0

Dallas scored a run in the top of the first inning and Aaron Yurko made it stand up.

The senior pitched a two-hit shutout to lead the Mountaineers to a 1-0 road win at Wyoming Area on Tuesday to close out the WVC baseball regular season. Yurko struck out six while going the distance.

Charles Giacometti doubled to start the game for Dallas (6-7) and scored on a Dave Simpson single for the game’s lone run.

SOFTBALL

Berwick 5, Dallas 0

Kendra Saba had two of Dallas’ five hits.

Monday, May 16

SOFTBALL

Dallas 3, Lake-Lehman 2

Mia Dixon doubled in the bottom of the seventh inning and scored on a two-out single by freshman Christian Schappert Monday to lift Dallas to a 3-2 win over visiting Lake-Lehman in a Wyoming Valley Conference Division 2 game.

The win allowed Dallas, which was 3-10 with one game remaining, to split the season series with rival Lake-Lehman. The Black Knights won at home, 4-1, earlier this season.

Maddie Kelley pitched a complete game for Dallas, striking out four. She did not allow a run after Lake-Lehman opened a 2-0 lead through 3 ½ innings.

Dixon finished 2-for-3.

Dallas scored twice in the bottom of the fourth before winning it in the seventh.

Cassie Konopki led the Lake-Lehman attack, going 4-for-4 with a double. Jill Ambrose added two hits.

Lake-Lehman finished 3-11 in the WVC.

BASEBALL

Hazleton Area 4,

Dallas 3

The Cougars (8-5) broke a tie with a run in the top of the sixth and Colin Stauffer finished off his fourth complete-game victory of the season on the mound. Brothers Livan Reinoso (2-2, RBI), Adan Reinoso (2-2, RBI) and Dayan Reinoso (two RBI) each doubled.

J.D. Barret went 3 for 4 for the Mountaineers (5-7). Charles Giacometti doubled and drove in a run.

Saturday, May 14

BASEBALL

Lake-Lehman 6,

Tunkhannock 2

Tyler Kolb drove home two runs and scattered five hits over six innings on the mound, leading Lake-Lehman to a 6-2 victory over Tunkhannock in a high school baseball game Saturday at Tunkhannock.

Kolb ripped a double among his two hits, and also scored a run.

Michael Sikora backed Kolb’s effort by driving home three runs, while Noah Gorski scored twice in the victory.

David Williams finished up for Lehman by pitching a scoreless seventh inning.

Friday, May 13

BOYS LACROSSE

Wyoming Area 10, Lake-Lehman 4

Lake-Lehman’s Luke Yaple and Charlie Kush had a goal apiece.

Thursday, May 12

BOYS TENNIS

Dallas senior Anthony DeLuca reached the District 2 Class AA boys tennis singles tournament quarterfinals for the second straight year before being eliminated May 12 at Kirby Park.

Teammate Anthony Brominski won once before he was knocked out of the tournament.

DeLuca opened with a 6-3, 6-3 win over Western Wayne’s Jack Tuman. He then rallied from a first-set loss and escaped a second-set tiebreaker to avoid an upset with a 4-6, 7-6 (7-4), 6-1 victory over MMI Prep’s Jonathan Smith. The tournament’s eighth seed then lost to top-seeded Peter Kaczmierczak from Scranton Prep, 6-0, 6-0.

Brominski rolled over Riverside’s Aaron Oustrich, 6-0, 6-0, in the first round. He won the first set against sixth-seeded Josh Wychock from Holy Cross before losing, 4-6, 6-2, 6-4.

SOFTBALL

Nanticoke 5, Dallas 4

Kendra Saba’s bases-loaded double in the seventh scored three runs for Dallas.

BOYS LACROSSE

Dallas 10, Lake-Lehman 4

On Wednesday, Dallas used a pair of four-goal performances from Cory Metz and Stone Manello to top the Black Knights. Josh Kaha and Connor Motley each had a goal for the Mountaineers. Ron Ostrowski picked up five ground balls.

Luke Yaple and Austie Sobie each scored twice for the Black Knights.

Wednesday, May 11

BOYS VOLLEYBALL

Delaware Valley 3, Dallas 0

The Mountaineers were swept by the visiting Warriors. Game scores were not provided.

Steve Darling (four kills, four blocks), Danny Harpersberger (five kills, six blocks) and Joe Fiorello (five digs) led Dallas.

GIRLS LACROSSE

Lake-Lehman 19,

Wyoming Area 9

Katie Strohl (two assists) and Alicia Galasso (assist) scored four goals apiece in the Black Knights’ victory.

Kate Roberts added three goals and three assists while Jess Evans finished with three and one.

BASEBALL

Berwick 7, Dallas 5

Dallas (5-6) had taken a 5-1 lead in the bottom of the sixth on the strength of a three-run homer by Aaron Yurko.

Wyoming Area 9,

Lake-Lehman 4

Jacob Wesley doubled and drove in a pair for the Black Knights (4-8).

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