The Panther Valley boys and Marian girls rolled to basketball victories on Saturday.

Panther Vy.-SV

Panther Valley went on an 18-1 run during the second quarter and cruised to a 47-37 non-league victory over Shenandoah.

Brock Mitchell scored seven of his team-high 14 points to lead the Panthers' second quarter spurt. Logan Stano added 10 points for the Panther Valley (5-2), which won its fifth straight.

PANTHER VALLEY

Stanko 3-0-0-8. Ogozalek 1-0-0-2, Matthewson 1-0-0-3, Revell 1-0-0-2, Lewis 3-0-1-8. Mitchell 8-0-0-14, Arner 0-0-0-0, Stano 4-3-7-10. TOTALS: 19-4-12-47.

SHENANDOAH VALLEY

Dombrosky 2-0-0-5, Merva 0-0-0-0, Mays 1-4-6-6, O'Connell 4-0-0-9, Phillips 6-1-1-15, Moyer 0-0-0-0, Breslosky 1-0-0-2, Twardzik 0-0-0-0. TOTALS: 14-5-7-37.

Panther Vy. 12 21 8 6 - 47

Shenandoah 8 9 15 5 - 37

Three pointers: PV - Stanko 2, Matthewson 1, Lewis 2, Mitchell 2, Stano 1; SV - Dombrosky 1, O'Connell 1, Phillips 2.

Meyers-Marian

Despite Marian holding a three-point edge at intermission, visiting Meyers outscored the Colts by 10 in the second half for the 48-41 win.

Ryan Krawczenuk led the way for Meyers with 18 points behind four three-pointers.

For the Colts, Drew Sherkness finished with 14 and Ryan Gimbi's 13 were tops.

MEYERS

Brown 3-0-0-6, Koons 3-0-0-8, Krawczenuk 7-0-0-18, Moore 0-0-0-0, Spicer 4-0-1-8, Winder 2-4-4-8. TOTALS: 19-4-5-48.

MARIAN

Barletta 1-0-0-2, Stawick 1-0-0-2, Decker 2-0-0-4, Gimbi 6-1-2-13, Gottstein 2-0-0-4, Sherkness 6-2-2-14, Fital 1-0-0-2. TOTALS: 19-3-4-41.

Meyers 9 11 17 11 - 48

Marian 10 13 10 8 - 41

Three pointers: Meyers – Krawczenuk 4, Koons 2; Marian – none.

N'western-N. Schuylkill

The Spartans (4-3) scored just three points in the third quarter, but bounced back in the final eight minutes to hand the Tigers a 51-48 non-league loss.

Zach Parnell finished with 16 points for the winners, while Steve Ennis added 13 and Zach Hogan 11.

Kevin Oxley led Northwestern (4-4) with a game-high 20 points.

NORTHWESTERN

Lerner 1-1-2-5, Nagle 3-0-0-6, Rivera 4-0-0-8, Roth 1-0-0-2. Koenig 0-0-0-0, Oxley 7-2-2-20, Betz 3-1-2-7. TOTALS: 20-4-6-48.

NO. SCHUYLKILL

Hogan 4-3-4-11, Ennis 4-2-2-13, Anthony 2-0-0-5, Weist 0-0-0-0, Chernewski 0-0-0-0, Parnell 7-2-5-16, Skinner 1-0-0-2, Prep 0-0-0-0, Dumboski 1-0-0-2, Spotts 0-2-2-2. TOTALS: 19-9-13-51.

Northwestern 15 10 14 9 - 48

No. Schuylkill 20 15 3 13 - 51

Three pointers: NW - Oxley 4; NS - Ennis 3, Anthony 1.

Weatherly-TriValley

The Bulldogs used a big second quarter to go up on the Wreckers and went on to a 39-30 win.

Matt McGinley had 18 points for Tri-Valley. Nathan Pfeiffer led Weatherly with 12.

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GIRLS BASKETBALL

Dallas-Marian

The Fillies raced out to an 11-4 lead after one frame and never looked back in defeating non-league opponent Dallas, 47-20.

Kaysi McLaughlin led all scorers with 19 points on the day, while Gillian Ferko added nine in the win.

Two players scored five in the game for Dallas in the loss.

DALLAS

Martin 1-0-0-2, Rotkowski 0-0-0-0, Dougherty 1-3-6-5, Kneal 2-1-6-5, Gallis 1-0-2-3, Martin 0-2-2-2, Krawetz 0-0-1-0, Millington 0-0-0-0, Fannerty 1-0-0-2, Englehart 0-1-2-1. TOTALS: 6-7-2120.

MARIAN

Bellezza 2-0-0-4, Ferrello 0-0-0-0, McLaughlin 7-2-3-19, Kennedy 0-0-0-0, Gutsie 0-2-2-2, Markiewicz 0-0-0-0, Linkchorst 2-1-2-5, Shober 1-0-0-2, Ferko 4-1-2-9, Tristani 2-2-6-6. TOTALS: 18-8-15-47.

Dallas 4 2 5 9 - 20

Marian 11 13 15 8 - 47

Three pointers: D – Gallis 1; M – McLaughlin 3.

Freedom-Pleasant Vy.

Despite a furious comeback attempt by the Lady Bears, Freedom was able to hold fast and pull out the 47-40 non-league win.

Nichole Calabrese led the charge for the Lady Patriots with 14 points on the night, while teammate Alexandra Wendt was close behind with 13.

For the locals, Megan Hardy's 11 and Kasey Meckes' 10 were high.

Freedom also won the JV contest with a 38-26 win.

FREEDOM

Calabrese 5-1-4-14, Wendt 4-4-6-13, Murphy 0-2-2-2, Bone 0-1-2-1, Farrel 1-0-0-2, Peterson 1-3-5-6, Ackerman 1-0-0-2, Stein 1-3-6-5, Hudak 1-0-0-2. TOTALS: 14-14-25-47.

PLEASANT VALLEY

Meckes 1-8-12-10, Mowery 1-0-0-2, Chieffo 2-2-2-7, Sisco 0-0-0-0, Harris 2-0-1-4, McGill 0-0-0-0, Hardy 5-1-2-11, Kregeloh 1-0-0-2, Salmon 2-0-0-4. TOTALS: 14-11-17-40.

Freedom 16 10 9 12 - 47

Pleasant Valley 9 8 6 17 - 40

Three pointers: F – Calabrese 3, Wendt 1, Peterson 1; PV – Chieffo 1.

WRESTLING

NW-ND-Saucon Vy.

Northwestern took part in a tri-meet with Saucon Valley and Notre Dame of Green Pond and came away with a split, downing Notre Dame 46-32 and dropping a 49-19 loss to Saucon Valley.

Individually, Northwestern had good showings from Dylan Long with two pins, Bobby Clymer won both of his and Brandon Miller picked up two, as well.

N'western 46, Notre Dame 32

103 – Seever Hoyak (ND) won by forfeit

112 – Dylan Long (NW) pinned Dom Font in :53

119 – Ethan Keichel (NW) pinned Jeevan Jaincocks in 1:31

125 – Eddie Faust (NW) tech. fall Mark Boehm, 16-1 in 2:24

130 – Brandon Miller (NW) pinned Jonathan Jennings in 3:49

135 – Victor Embardino (ND) tech. fall Dustin Badesso in 5:37

140 – Matt Mazzante (ND) won by forfeit

145 – Bobby Clymer (NW) tech. fall Alex Lincoln, 16-1 in 4:51

152 – Greg Chrin (ND) dec. Levi Veppert, 5-4

160 – Jake Moyer (NW) won by forfeit

171 – Jon Blank (ND) pinned Joseph Walker in 1:23

189 – David Tirpak (NW) pinned Aaron Winkler in 2:40

215 – Charlie Koehler (ND) won by forfeit

285 – Alec Eidleman (NW) pinned Aaron Stowe in 5:27.

Saucon Vy. 49, N'western 19

103 – Bryan Israel (SV) won by forfeit

112 – Dylan Long (NW) pinned Brody Bisson in 3:24

119 – Nate Gimbar (SV) dec. Ethan Keichel, 5-3

125 – Adam Phillipi (SV) dec. Eddie Faust, 9-4

130 – Brandon Miller (NW) maj. dec. Tyrone Deschler, 11-3

135 – AJ Chernasky (SV) maj. dec. Dustin Badesso, 10-2

140 – Jared Hagenbuch (SV) won by forfeit

145 – Bobby Clymer (NW) dec. John Lynch, 8-4

152 – Ray O'Donnell (SV) dec. Levi Veppert, 2-1

160 – Chris Rahs (SV) pinned Jake Moyer in 1:28

171 – LJ Walker (NW) pinned TJ Mahoney in 3:41

189 – Nick Edmondson (SV) won by forfeit

215 – Stan Gimbar (SV) pinned David Tirpak in 1:55

285 – Kenny Zurbano (SV) pinned Alex Eidleman in 4:50

No. Lehigh-Saucon Valley

The Bulldogs dropped a 42-25 decision to the Panthers, but weren't without their own individual highlights.

Picking up a pin for the locals on the day was Ty Herzog, while teammate Craemer Hedash had a major decision at 160. Colin Hedash, Nikko Stevens, Zane Heller and Lucas Dise all had decisions in the losing effort.

Saucon Valley 42, Northern Lehigh 25

103 – Bryan Israel (SV) tech. fall Ryan Martinez, 16-1 in 2:19

112 – Ty Herzog (NL) pinned Brody Bisson in 1:16

119 – Lucas Dise (NL) dec. Nate Gimbar, 4-0

125 – Adam Phillipi (SV) pinned Conner Hedash in 1:51

130 – Zane Heller (NL) dec. Tyrone Deschler, 4-3

135 – Adam Chernasky (SV) maj. dec. Chris Christ, 10-2

140 – John Lynch (SV) pinned Josh Caley in 1:45

145 – Nikko Stevens (NL) dec. Travis Buddock, 11-4

152 – Ray O'Donnell (SV) dec. Dylan Hoffman, 8-2

160 – Craemer Hedash (NL) maj. dec. Chris Rahs, 14-3

171 – Nick Edmonson (SV) won by forfeit

189 – Ian Gimbar (SV) pinned Kyle Greenawald in 2:49

215 – Colin Hedash (NL) won by forfeit

285 – Kenny Zurbane (SV) pinned Dan Huemmer in 4:29

SWIMMING

Salisbury-Tamaqua

The Blue Raiders swam tough against perennial power Salisbury, and came away with a split against them, as the Raider girls won 102-78, while the boys dropped a 109.5-70.5 decision.

Individual firsts for the locals were corralled by Emily Bumbulsky in the 100 Breaststroke, while Katelin Hummel won the diving competition. The 200 Freestyle Relay team of Jordan Nowacki, Samantha Digilio, Schuyler Schmidt and Caroline Kanaskie took first, as well.

GIRLS

Tamaqua 102, Salisbury 78

200 Medley Relay – 1. Salisbury (Danielle Guttman, Meredith Heydt, Emily Baumert, Gabby Guttman) 2:08.55, 2. Tamaqua, 3. Tamaqua.

100 Free – 1. Emily Baumert (S) 57.80, 2. G. Guttman (S)), 3. Schuyler Schmidt (T).

200 Free – 1. Katie Cialkowski (S) 2:08.25, 2. Caroline Kanaskie (T), 3. Andrea Whitley (T).

200 IM – 1. G. Guttman (S) 2:26.88, 2. Schmidt (T), 3. D. Guttman (S).

50 Free – 1. Taylor Gonoude (S) 26.76, 2. Samantha Digilio (T), 3. Jordan Nowacki (T).

Diving – 1. Katelin Hummel (T) 186.95, 2. Brynn Lehato, 3. Alaina Reese (T).

100 Fly – 1. K. Cialkowski (S) 1:10.22, 2. Chey Bates (T), 3. Deana DeWire (T).

500 Free – 1. Taylor Gonoude (S) 5:36.21, 2. Caroline Kanaskie (T), 3. D. Guttman (S).

200 Free Relay – 1. Tamaqua (Nowacki, Digilio, Schmidt, C. Kanaskie) 1:51.06, 2. Salisbury, 3. Tamaqua.

100 Back – 1. Emily Baumert (S) 1:06.32, 2. Bates (T), 3. Ashley VanBuren (T).

100 Breast – 1. Emily Bumbulsky (T) 1:23.14, 2. Chloe Hartung (T), 3. Aleida VanBuren (T).

400 Free Relay – 1. Salisbury (D. Guttman, Gonoude, Baumert, K. Cialkowski) 4:03.37, 2. Tamaqua, 3. Tamaqua.

BOYS

Salisbury 109.5, Tamaqua 70.5

200 Medley Relay – 1. Salisbury (Keagan Collins, Peter Cialkowski, Eric Tatum, Craig Bujcs) 1:51.56, 2. Tamaqua, 3. Salisbury.

100 Fly – 1. Keagan Collins (S) 57.00, 2. Dane DeWire (T), 3. Zach Andrews (S).

200 Free – 1. Sam Tatum (S) 1:56.44, 2. D. DeWire (T), 3. Garrett Collins (S).

200 IM – 1. Eric Tatum (S) 2:14.97, 2. Ben Tuckett (T), 3. Sam Tuckett (T).

50 Free – 1. Criag Bujcs (S) 24.48, 2. Ricky Clemson (T), 3. Nick Fisher (S).

Diving – 1. Peter Cialkowski (S) 247.90, 2. John Scheitrum (T).

100 Free – 1. Eric Tatum (S) 53.68, 2. R. Clemson (T), 3. Sam Tuckett (T).

500 Free – 1. Garrett Collins (S)5:39.62, 2. Bujcs (S), 3. Joe Skibbens (S).

200 Free Relay – 1. Salisbury (S. Tatum, Cialkowski, G. Collins, K. Collins) 1:38.02, 2. Tamaqua, 3. Tamaqua.

100 Back – 1. S. Tatum (S) 59.90, 2. B. Tuckett (T), 3. Connor Harrison (S).

100 Breast – 1. K. Collins (S) 1:08.39, 2. P. Cialkowski (S), 3. Calvin Troxell (T).

400 Free Relay – 1. Salisbury (Eric Tatum, Bujcs, G. Collins, S. Tatum) 3:44.97, 2. Tamaqua, 3. Salisbury.

JR. HIGH

BASKETBALL

8TH Grade

Tamaqua-Pottsville

Tamaqua beat Pottsville, 33-32, on a Joe Marcin jumper with 10 seconds left in the game.

The Raiders were lead by Jake Wenzel and Adam Bates who both had nine points.

7TH GRADE

Tamaqua-Pottsville

Tamaqua impoved to 5-0 on the seaon with a 53-20 rout of Pottsville.

Eleven different players scored for Tamaqua with Brett Kosciolek leading the way with nine points. Trevor Skripko, Connor Hartung, and Bo Rottet added eight points apiece.