The Tamaqua girls track team and the Northwestern soccer team picked up victories on Wednesday.

TRACK

No. Schuy.-Tamaqua

Tamaqua and North Schuylkill split their Schuylkill League meet.

The Spartans won the boys meet, 101-49, while the Lady Raiders posted a 97-53 win in the girls meet.

Kayla Hope led the Lady Raiders with first-place finishes in the 200, long and triple jumps. Maria Streisel (100M, high jump), Amber Carroll (1600M, 3200M), Christine Streisel (javelin, shot put) also added muliple firsts.

The Raiders' Zach Lakitsky won the 100 and 200 meters and the long jump.

GIRLS

Tamaqua 97, North Schuylkill 53

100 - 1. Maria Streisel (T) 13.08, 2. Kendall Devancy (NS), 3. Alex Wagner (T)

200 - 1. Kayla Hope (T) 27.0, 2. Kendall Devaney (NS), 3. Alex Wagner (T)

400 - 1. Mimi Teeter (NS) 1:03.6, 2. Dana Ansbach (T), 3. Carly O'Malley (T)

800 - 1. Brittany Martin (NS) 2:35.8, 2. Cecily Kohlmeir (T), 3. Shelby Weikel (NS)

1600 - 1. Amber Carroll (T) 5:44.3, 2. Kelsey Patrick (T), 3. Diane Lindenmuth (NS)

3200 - 1. Amber Carroll (T) 12:20.1, 2. Diane Lindenmuth (NS), 3. Abby Warner (NS)

100LH - 1. Kaitlyn McSurdy (NS) 17.0, 2. Taylor Gerber (T), 3. Brittany Martin (NS)

300IH - 1. Kaitlyn McSurdy (NS) 48.0, 2. Taylor Gerber (T), 3. Caitlin Trainer (T)

400 Relay - 1. Tamaqua (Gerber, Trainer, Hope, Streisel) 52.6

1600 Relay - 1. North Schuylkill (Fetterolf, McSurdy, Martin, Teeter) 4:19.7

3200 Relay - 1. Tamaqua (Patrick, Kohlmeir, Ansbach, Carroll) 11:45.8

Shot Put - 1. Christine Streisel (T) 33-3 1/2, 2. Amanda Solt (T), 3. Carter Green (NS)

Discus - 1. Carly O'Malley (T) 94-7, 2. Christine Streisel (T), 3. Stacy Wallace (T)

Javelin - 1. Christine Streisel (T) 131-4, 2. Megan Temple (NS), 3. Desiree Mahlo (NS)

Long Jump - 1. Kayla Hope (T) 16-11 , 2. Maria Streisel (T), 3. Mimi Teeter (NS)

Triple Jump - 1. Kayla Hope (T) 34-8 , 2. Kendall Devaney (NS), 3. Maura Gownley (NS)

High Jump - 1. Maria Streisel (T) 4-8, 2. Kaitlyn McSurdy (NS), 3. Becky Minehan (T)

Pole Vault - 1. Melody Kelly (T) 7-6, 2. (tie) Minchan (T), Reese (T), Snyder (NS), Evanowsky (NS)

BOYS

North Schuylkill 101, Tamaqua 49

100 - 1. Zach Lakitsky (T) 11.3, 2 Ethan Motsney (NS), 3. Tyler Hope (T)

200 - 1. Zach Lakitsky (T) 23.5, 2. Ethan Motsney (NS), 3. Tyler Hope (T)

400 - 1. Jake Wallace (NS) 54.2, 2. Zack Olivera (T), 3. Jordan Shinkus (NS)

800 - 1. Brendan Shearn (NS) 2:10.7, 2. Jake Wallance (NS), 3. Jordan Shinkus (NS)

1600 - 1. Brendan Shearn (NS) 4:41.7, 2. Devin Mashack (NS), 3. Jordan Frank (T)

3200 - 1. Brendan Shearn (NS) 9:56.4, 2. Joe Rudy (T), David Deeter (NS)

100HH - 1. Eric Hertzog (T) 15.7, 2. Jake Schmoltze (NS), 3. Tyler Matunis (NS)

300IH - 1. Dan McSurdy (NS) 42.9, 2. Tyler Matunis (NS), 3. Phil Christman (T)

400 Relay - 1. Tamaqua (Rudy, Lakitsky, Hope, Hertzog) 45.6

1600 Relay - 1. North Schuylkill (Shinkus, Wallace, McSurdy, Motsney)

3200 Relay - 1. North Schuylkill (Shinkus, Wallace, Matunis, Shearn) 9:04.9

Shot Put - 1. Brady Simms (NS) 42-9, 2. Mike Shinkus (NS), 3. Ed Pavalko (NS)

Discus - 1. Josh Turner (NS) 134-5, 2. Pete Conforti (T), 3. Brady Simms (NS)

Javelin - 1. Tyler Hope (T) 170-5, 2. Mike Shinkus (NS), 3. Josh Turner (T)

Long Jump - 1. Zach Lakitsky (T) 20-9, 2. Dylan Hughes (NS), 3. Drew Paul (NS)

Triple Jump - 1. Dylan Hughes (NS) 39-3, 2. Tim Sokolosky (NS), 3. Drew Paul (NS)

High Jump - 1. Dylan Hughes (NS) 5-4, 2. Tyler Waslewski (NS), 3. Dan McSurdy (NS)

Pole Vault - 1. Joe Koons (NS) 10-0, 2. Tyler Waziluski (NS), 3. Evan Brouse (NS)

GIRLS SOCCER

Northwestern-Salisbury

Northwestern blanked Salisbury, 2-0 for a Colonial League victory.

The Tigers' Katie Hughes scored her eighth goal of the season. Anna Fricchione was credited with the assist.

Emily Iobst added the other Northwestern (6-2, 5-2) score.

Tigers' keeper Kelly Boyd finished with five saves to post the shutout win.

PM East-Pleasant Vy.

Jamie Edwards scored a first-half goal helped the Cardinals (5-2, 4-1) pick up a 1-0 victory over Pleasant Valley (5-3, 4-1) in a Mountain Valley Conference match.

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