Back Mountain high school sports roundup for May 4-10

Staff reports | May 11th, 2016 12:04 pm

Staff reports

Lake-Lehman shortstop Cassie Konopki makes a throw to first baseman Kayley Egan to put out Wyoming Area’s Julia Kopetchney in the third inning Monday, May 9. shortstop Cassie Konopki makes a throw to first baseman Kayley Egan to put out Wyoming Area’s Julia Kopetchney in the third inning Monday, May 9.

Tuesday, May 10


Dallas 3, Holy Redeemer 0

Dallas swept both doubles in two sets en route to the victory. Anthony Brominski and Cameron Tuck prevailed 6-3, 6-1 in the first flight and Joe Bevevino and Adam Niznik scored a 6-1, 6-1 win.

Anthony Deluca earned the lone singles point for Dallas in the No. 3 slot.


Crestwood 3, Lake-Lehman 0

The Comets won all three sets by similar 25-21 scores.


Delaware Valley 14,

Dallas 5

Cory Metz posted a hat trick for the Mountaineers. Connor Motley provided a goal and two assists. Corey McAndrew made 10 saves.


Tunkhannock 6,

Lake-Lehman 1

Hunter Kline doubled for the Black Knights.

Pittston Area 12, Dallas 3

Dallas’ Christina Schappert went 2 for 4 with a pair of RBI.

Monday, May 9


Wyoming Area 11, Lake-Lehman 0

Corinna Scoblick, Lehman’s second batter of the game, doubled to left. Chloe VanGorder followed and reached on an error. Jill Ambrose walked to start the second inning.


Dallas 11, Pittston 8

It was a total team effort as Katie Kapral, Kyleigh Kravits and Sam Delamater each scored three goals in the Mountaineers win over Pittston Area.

Kathleen Brown made nine saves in goal for Dallas.

Lake-Lehman 8, Delaware Valley 5

The Black Knights were helped by Jess Evans’ three goals and an assist in a win over Delaware Valley.

Kate Roberts supplied a goal and an assist. Lake-Lehman had Katie Strohl, Izzy Radel, Hallie Jenkins and Alicia Gallaso score a goal.

Saturday, May 7


Wyo. Valley West 4,

Lake-Lehman 1

Chris Hadsal was 2 for 3 with a run scored for Lehman. Hunter Nice was also 2 for 3.


Lake-Lehman 2,

Wyo. Valley West 0

Abbey Hogan knocked in two runs in the bottom of the sixth as Lake-Lehman defeated Wyoming Valley West.

Jill Ambrose and Hunter Kline had two hits each for Lehman. Jordan Hodle allowed just three hits to pick up the win.

Friday, May 6


Dallas 17,

North Pocono 7

Stone Mannello and Jack Ziemba scored four goals each and Connor Motley added three as Dallas defeated North Pocono.


Lake-Lehman 11,

Coughlin 1 (6 inn.)

Lake-Lehman scored seven times in the bottom of the fifth to end the game due to the 10-run rule.

Abbey Hogan led the Lehman hitting, going 2 for 4 with four RBI. Miranda Purdy was 3 for 4. Corrina Sobeck was 2 for 4 with a double and two RBI. Chloe VanGordger tripled and doubles.

Wyoming Valley West 6,

Dallas 4

Christina Schappert paced Dallas by going 3 for 3.

Thursday, May 5


Hazleton Area 5,

Lake-Lehman 2

Three Lehman pitchers held Hazleton to four hits. Tyler Kolb went eight innings and added two RBI, including one in the seventh that tied the game, for the Black Knights.

Dallas 1,

Tunkhannock 0

Dave Simpson delivered an RBI single in the bottom of the sixth to break a scoreless tie, scoring Andrew Kovalick, who had singled and stole second. Aaron Yurko and Nick Kocher (win) combined on the five-hit shut out for the Mounts.


Delaware Valley 6, Dallas 3

Dallas’ Sam Delamater finished with a goal and an assist, while Lauren Delamater and Katie Kapral each scored a goal.

Kathleen Brown made seven saves for the Mountaineers.

Lake-Lehman 11,

Tunkhannock 1

Katie Strohl scored five goals and Hallie Jenkins added three goals to the Black Knights’ win over Tunkhannock.

Kate Roberts had a goal and three assists.


Dallas 3, Hanover Area 0

Jared Thompson had nine kills and four aces and Corbin Thompson chipped in with seven kills and six service points in Dallas’ 25-10, 25-12, 25-21 win. Steve Darling had 16 assists and eight service points for the Mountaineers.

Wednesday, May 4


Holy Redeemer 3,

Lake-Lehman 0

Holy Redeemer swept the Black Knights 25-15, 25-1, 25-7.

Lake-Lehman’s Charles Hennebaul had two kills and five digs, while Nick Wnuk recorded six assists and one block.


Lake-Lehman boys 123, GAR 18

Nick Eury finished as a triple winner, Joey Chaga and Dominic Hockenbury won twice and the Black Knights cruised to victory.

Eury won the 100 and 200 sprints and anchored the 400 relay team. Hockenbury took the 800 and 1,600-meter runs and Chaga won the 110 hurdles and the pole vault.

Lake-Lehman girls 139, GAR 11

Madison Stambaugh was a triple winner, earning victories in the javelin, discus and shot put as the Black Knights won every event.

Julia Hutsko earned wins in the pole vault and 800, while Morgan Marchakitus also won two individual events with victories in the triple jump and long jump.

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