The Lake-Lehman boys basketball team split a pair of games with West Side Tech and Bishop Hafey.
Against Hafey, the Black Knights fell, 48-42 in overtime. Lake-Lehman responded with a 73-48 win over West Side Twch two days later. Chris Boyle finished with a game-high 24 points against Tech, and added another 13 points in the loss to Hafey.
Lake-Lehman’s wrestling team set the points record during their District 2 Class AA championship with 272.5 points. The Black Knights won the championship over Meyers, which had 233.5 points.
Six Black Knight wrestlers took championship honors and 11 advanced to the pre-regional tournament. The six winners were: Matt Raczkowski (103), Allen Scott (119), Joe Halowich (125), Mike Stuart (130), Tim Sayre (135) and Mike Budzak (189).
Ted Jackson was named head coach of the Dallas football team by Superintendent Gerald Wycallis during a press conference held at the high school. Andy Kuhl was named his assistant.
Prior to becoming the coach at Dallas, Jackson was a physical education teacher in the Wilkes-Barre Area School District. He was previously an assistant coach at Coughlin and head coach at Tunkhannock.
The Dallas wrestling team took a tough loss against Crestwood, 31-15.
Winning matches for the Mountaineers were Jim Dierolf (98) and S. Snook (167). Dallas earned three draws from Bob Hislop (119), B. McDonald (138) and C. Riegel (145).