Northern Lehigh, Northwestern and Pleasant Valley all won in wrestling, while Panther Valley picked up a non-lague boys basketball triumph on Wednesday night.
Southern Lehigh-Northern Lehigh
Northern Lehigh used the strength of seven total takedowns to roll to a 68-6 Colonial League victory over Southern Lehigh.
Connor Hedash (119), Zane Heller (125), Chris Christ (135), Nikko Stevens (145), Zach Fleming (160), Colin Hedash (189) and Brandon Loch (285) all scored pins for wins for the Bulldogs.
NL's Lucas Dise (130) and Dylan Hofmann (140) recorded major decision on the night.
The Bulldogs improve to 3-1 in the CL, while the Spartans drop their first league setback (2-1).
Northern Lehigh 68, Southern Lehigh 6
103 - Ryan Martinez (NL) dec. Cole Ruppel, 4-2 in OT
112 - Ty Herzog (NL) won by forfeit
119 - Connor Hedash (NL) pinned Joey Giordano in 3:32
125 - Zane Heller (NL) pinned George Engelesson in 4:50
130 - Lucas Dise (NL) major dec. Alex Yandersits, 9-0
135 - Chris Christ (NL) pinned Jason Ziegler in 1:59
140 - Dylan Hofmann (NL) major dec. Tye Vallone, 11-3
145 - Nikko Stevens (NL) pinned William Hailey in 5:30
152 - Craemer Hedash (NL) dec. Matt Gotzon, 9-3
160 - Zach Fleming (NL) pinned Trevor Bubbenmoyer in 1:34
171 - Kyle Greenawald (NL) won by forfeit
189 - Colin Hedash (NL) pinned Nick Masciantonio in :35
215 - Kevin Cameron (SL) pinned Tequanne Hunter in 1:02
285 - Brandon Loch (NL) pinned Daulton Romano in 4:49
Alec Eidelman scored a pin to help Northwestern escape with a 40-33 Colonial League victory over visiting Palisades.
With the hosts clinging to a 34-33 lead entering the final bout, Eidelman didn't disappoint his Tiger teammates in any way as he only sealed the deal with a pin over the Pirates' Derek Butler in 3:19.
Northwestern's Dylan Long (112), Eddie Faust (130) and Bobby Clymer (145) all also scored takedowns on the evening.
The Tigers improve to 4-2 in the Colonial League, while Palisades slips to 0-4.
In the Junior High match, Palisades posted a 57-39 win over Northwestern.
Northwestern 40, Palisades 33
103 - Peter Wass (P) won by forfeit
112 - Dylan Long (NW) pinned Lucas Porczynski in :22
119 - Ethan Keichel (NW) won by forfeit
125 - Michael Hontz (NW) dec. Steven Mettin, 8-0
130 - Eddie Faust (NW) pinned Tim Kepp in 1:44
135 - Tony Stanell (P) pinned Brandon Miller in 1:43
140 - Jesse Bordeam (P) dec. Dustin Badesso, 9-5
145 - Bobby Clymer (NW) pinned Joseph Campbell in 1:37
152 - Levi Reppert (NW) dec. Patrick Campbell, 4-0
160 - Justin Marsh (P) pinned Jake Moyer in 4:30
171 - Joseph Walker (NW) dec. Tyler Saxton, 7-0
189 - Jesse Donnelly (P) pinned David Tirpak in 2:59
215 - Gary Greim (P) won by forfeit
285 - Alec Eidelman (NW) pinned Derek Butler in 3:19
Notre Dame (GP)-Palmerton
The Blue Bombers got pins from Sam Oberlander, Dillon Massington, Dan Costenbader, Mike Englert and Kane Kralik but fell to the Crusaders by a 48-30 score in a Colonial League match.
Notre Dame took advantage of four forfeit wins and with the match starting at 215 pounds, went out to a 24-0 lead and never looked back.
Palmerton slips to 2-3 on the Colonial League season, while Notre Dame earns its first win of the season (1-1).
Notre Dame (G.P.) 48, Palmerton 30
103 - Seever Hoyak (ND) won by forfeit
112 - Dominic Fonte (ND) won by forfeit
119 - Sam Oberlander (P) pinned Jeevan Jain-Cooks in 1:08
125 - Dillon Massington (P) pinned Mark Boehm in 3:55
130 - John Jennings (ND) dec. Dallas Miata 5-0
135 - Victor Embardino (ND) dec. Cody Grohotolski 9-3
140 - Matthew Mazzante (ND) pinned Tony Gardo in :36
145 - Dan Costenbader (P) pinned Alex Lincoln in 3:05
152 - Mike Englert (P) pinned Greg Chin in 3:40
160 - Adam Stoerrle (ND) pinned Travis Verzino in 1:22
171 - John Blank (ND) pinned Zach Brett in :16
189 - Kane Kralik (P) pinned Aaron Winkler in 4:44
215 - Ryan Morales (ND) won by forfeit
285 - Charles Koehler (ND) won by forfeit
ES South-Pleasant Valley
Jordan Toledo decisioned George Bastian 5-2 for his 110th win setting a Pleasant Valley school record in a 45-20 Mountain Valley Conference win over East Stroudsburg South.
Ernie Klingel (112), Mike Dahlstrong (119), Jake Chamberlain (145) all won with pins for the Bears, while Alex Yanovich (125), Mike Pokrinchak (140) and Ryan Sokoloskli (152) picked up major decisions.
Pleasant Vy. 45, ES South 20
103 - Sean Bianco (PV) won by forfeit
112 - Ernie Klingel (PV) pinned Ryan Hennesey in 3:52
119 - Mike Dahlstrom (PV) pinned Marcus Rushie in 3:50
125 - Alex Yanovich (PV) maj dec. Matt Marra 11-0
130 - David Gehr (PV) won by forfeit
135 - Jordan Toledo (PV) dec. George Bastian 5-2
140 - Mike Pokrinchak (PV) maj dec. Kevin Finn 10-0
145 - Jake Chamberlain (PV) pinned Frank Ems in 4:18
152 - Ryan Sokoloski (PV) maj dec. Tito Ridriguez 11-2
160 - Cody Moyer (ESS) dec. Brett Gehart 8-1
171 - Ricky Calbert (ESS) maj dec. Andrew Degan 10-1
189 - Brian McLaughlin (ESS) maj dec. Cameron Kromelbein 12-0
215 - Will O'Brien (ESS) dec. Hunter Deihl 6-2
285 - Tom Lapping (ESS) pinned Ryan Gouger in 3:55
The Blue Raiders held a 28-18 lead but saw it go by the waywide when it lost the last three bouts as the Spartans took a 37-27 victory.
Kyle Boyer and Garth Lakitsky managed to get wins by falls for Tamaqua, while Travis Veronsky won by major decision.
Brandon Silkowski and Josh Turner also added wins by decision and Kolby Mashack won by forfeit.
No. Schuylkill 37, Tamaqua 27
103 - Double forfeit
112 - Jordan Shinkus (NS) pinned Roger Taras in 2:21
119 - Kevin Plaskowski (NS) won by forfeit
125 - Kyle Boyer (T) pinned Joseph Decarlo in 2:29
130 - Brandon Silkowski (T) dec. Jesse Picklo, 10-4
135 - Kolby Mashack (T) won by forfeit
140 - Scott Houser (NS) dec. Evan Mashack, 9-4
145 - Quinton Boyer (NS) won by forfeit
152 - Josh Turner (T) dec. Chawn McGrath 9-6
160 - Travis Veronsky (T) maj. dec. Brett Paul 10-2
171 - Kody Newberry (NS) pinned Robert Craigle in 2:51
189 - Garrett VanDemark (NS) dec. Dustin Wentz 9-6
215 - Garth Lakitsky (T) pinned Scott Yagielniskie in 105
285 - Tyler Dean (NS) pinned Krause in 2:27
*Tamaqua gets one point deducted for unsportsmanlike conduct
Panther Valley jumped on Lehighton early and never looked back en route to a 71-34 non-conference victory.
The Panthers' Brock Mitchell had the hot hand finishing with a game-high 18 points, while Logan Stano was right behind with a 16-point performance. Joe Revell hit three three-pointers on his way to a double figures 11.
Nate Kresge paced the Indians with 11 points.
Panther Valley is now 6-2, while Lehighton fell to 0-7.
Edgar 0-0-0-0, Hill 1-0-0-2, Keer 2-0-0-6, Kresge 4-0-0-10, Markley 1-1-4-3, Gyin 1-0-1-2, Matika 1-2-4-4, Szacska 2-1-2-7, Evans 0-0-0-0, Scott 0-0-0-0. TOTALS: 12-4-11-34.
Hadesty 0-0-0-0, Dunn 1-0-0-2, Stanko 2-0-0-5, McArdle 1-0-0-2, King 0-0-0-0, Ogozalek 1-0-0-3, Mathewson 3-0-0-6, Revell 4-0-0-11, Picht 0-0-0-0, Lewis 3-0-0-6, Romanchik 0-0-0-0, Mitchell 8-2-5-18, Ahner 1-0-0-2, Stano 7-2-3-16. TOTALS: 31-4-8-71.
Lehighton 3 8 8 15 - 34
Panther Valley 14 16 23 18 - 71
Three-pointers: Lehighton - Keer 2, Kresge 2, Szacska 2; Panther Valley - Revell 3, Stanko 1, Ogozalek 1.
The Lady Miners held the Indians to just two points in the third quarter and went on to score a 36-32 come-from-behind non-league win.
The Indians jumped out to a 18-12 lead at halftime, but entered the final eight minutes trailing 25-20 and had to foul down the stretch.
Lindsey Pukas led the Miners with 10 points, while Karista Schwiezer had a game-high 14 points for the Indians.
Minersville also won the JV game by a 33-13 score.
Purcell 0-0-0-0, Bentz 0-0-0-0, Ryan 1-0-0-3, Pukas 2-4-5-10, Sborz 0-4-10-4, Walasavage 2-1-4-5, Brennan 0-0-0-0, Leshko 3-0-0-7, Brophy 3-1-4-7. TOTALS: 11-10-23-36.
Locker 0-0-0-0, Homyak 1-2-2-5, Green 0-0-0-0, Rimbey 1-2-2-4, McCullion 0-0-2-0, Smith 0-0-0-0, White 1-0-3-2, Teno 3-1-2-7, Schwiezer 6-1-2-14. TOTALS: 12-6-13-32.
Minersville 5 7 13 11 - 36
Lehighton 11 7 2 12 - 32
Three-pointers: Minersville - Pukas 2, Leshko 1.Lehighton - Homyak 1, Schwiezer 1.
FRESHMAN BOYS BASKETBALL
Panther Valley posted a 39-26 win over host Weatherly.
Jesse Mathewson netted a Panthers-high with 12 points, while teammate Lucas Damian ended up with 10.
The Wreckers' Josh Reiner finished with seven points.
JUNIOR HIGH BOYS BASKETBALL
Weatherly escaped with a 21-17 victory over visiting Panther Valley.
The Wreckers were led by Nick Miller, who finished with 11 points.
Mark Williams and Kyle Ferryman paced the Panthers with six points a piece.