Back Mountain High School Sports Roundup for Sept. 7-13

Staff reports | September 14th, 2016 5:49 pm

Tuesday, Sept. 13


Dallas 7,

Pittston Area 0

Alison Francis had a hat trick by halftime and wound up with four goals to spark the Mountaineers.

Francis broke a scoreless tie a tick under six minutes in, then converted two more goals in less than 14 minutes to give Dallas control. She added her final goal with 9:34 to play.


Dallas 7,

Pittston Area 0

Beaudyn Lewis scored twice in the first half and Ricky Wooditch converted a goal and dished out an assist to lead the Mountaineers attack.

Kyle Greenwood made eight saves for Dallas to record the shutout.


Holy Redeemer 3,

Lake-Lehman 0

Skylar Osenkarski and Brynn Kukoski each made 10 kills as the Royals rolled to a 25-9, 25-5, 25-12 victory.

Monday, Sept. 12


Lake-Lehman 175,

GAR 279

Adam Motovidiak shot a 1-under par (36) to gain medalist honors in Lake-Lehman’s win over GAR.

Mike Sikora shot a 44, while Tyler Scharff finished with a 45 and Garret Weston shot a 51.

Dallas 161,

Wyoming Valley West 184

Dallas’ Maston Gattuso, Kyle McAndrew and Brett Ostroski each shot a 40 to nab co-medalist honors and led the Mountaineers.


Hazleton Area 4,

Dallas 1

Stephanie Mazurek led a singles sweep by winning 6-2, 6-2 for the Cougars, while Kim Delregno and Adrianna Bohman won the No. 1 doubles match for Hazleton Area.


Wyoming Valley West 2,

Dallas 1 (OT)

After a scoreless first half, Dallas jumped up 1-0 when Hannah Wanovich scored with 26:14 to play. Melinda Ratchford finished with 12 saves in goal for the Mountaineers.

Lake-Lehman 6,

Pittston Area 1

Izzy Radel connected on three goals for a hat trick, Taylor Alba dished out two assists and Lynea Gregory finished with a goal and two assists as the Black Knights dominated the victory.

Radel scored two of the game’s first three goals as Lehman jumped out to a 3-0 lead. Hannah Robbins scored for Pittston Area to cut Lehman’s lead to 3-1 in the first half, and goalie Shelby Gardner made 15 saves for the Patriots.

Saturday, Sept. 10

Friday, Sept. 9


Dallas 7,

Hazleton 2

Ricky Wooditch led the Mountaineers with two goals as Dallas scored four times in the first half to down Hazleton Area. Woodith also recorded two assists in the second half for Dallas.


Dallas 8,

Hazleton Area 0

Alison Francis scored four times as the Mountaineers cruised to victory.

Samantha Mazula, Emma Sweitzer, Olivia Kimmerle and Hollie Holthaus all added a goal and an assist to the victory.

Thursday, Sept. 8


Kaitlyn Pike had 13 assists and 12 service points, while Megan Sebastianelli chipped in with 29 service points and nine aces as Dallas topped MMI Prep, 3-2 in a five-set girls volleyball thriller.

The Mountaineers improved to 2-1 by pulling out a 25-16, 25-27, 25-13, 13-25, 15-13 victory.

Angelena Allen finished with eight digs and Shelby Carr had five kills in the win.


Lake-Lehman 151,

Meyers 177

Adam Modividlak was low score with a 35 to lead the Black Knights to victory.

Dave Nargoski led Meyers with a 40.

Dallas 166,

Wyoming Area 179

Mason Gattuso, Kyle McAndrew and Colin Bowanko all shot scores of 41 to lead the Mountaineers win.


Holy Redeemer 2,

Lake-Lehman 1

Annie Bagnall scored an unassisted goal with 8:11 to play in overtime to lift the Royals to victory.


Lake-Lehman 2,

Holy Redeemer 2, 2OT

Not even double overtime could break Lake-Lehman and Holy Redeemer’s knotted score.

Zack Patterson scored for the Royals, while teammate Anthony Khoudary made six saves in goal. Nick Wnuk and Jake Selingo each scored for the the Black Knights. Chris Ash finished with six saves.


Dallas 5, GAR 0

Allie Stallard started a sweep by winning the top singles match in straight sets as the Mountaineers coasted to victory. Greta Ketchner won 6-2, 6-2 in the second singles spot for Dallas.

Wednesday, Sept. 7


Dallas 1,

Wyoming Valley West 0

Ricky Wooditch picked up the lone goal with time winding down in the match, scoring off a feed from Alex Solano.

Dallas’ Kyle Greenwood made six saves for the shutout.


Dallas 5,

Wyoming Valley West 3

The Dallas girls soccer team battled back from two deficits to top Wyoming Valley West 5-3 on Wednesday.

Alison Francis scored twice, including the game-winner in the second half.


Dallas 162,

Coughlin 168

Ethan Zelinski shot a 38 at the par-36 Wilkes-Barre Municipal course to pace Dallas.

Lake-Lehman 173,

Wyo. Seminary 186

Adam Motovidlak shot a 5-over 41 to get medalist honors and pace Lake-Lehman.

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