The Northwestern girls posted a sweep in a multi-team cross country meet to highlight Thursday's scholastic sports results.

CROSS COUNTRY

Northern Lehigh-Northwestern-Catasauqua-Saucon Valley-Southern Lehigh-Palisades

The Northwestern girls' cross country team went a perfect 5-0 against their Colonial League competition.

Six Lady Tigers finished in the top ten. They were led by Emma Kemmerer in third place with a time of 20:55. Teammates Erica Sarnicky, Hailey Yost, Natalie Boehm, Rachele Cerrone and Lauren Alden also placed in the top ten. Sam Corcoran paced Northern Lehigh (2-3) in seventh.

Northwestern's Tyler Stelmack won the boys' event with a time of 17:01. Fellow Tiger Joe Duffy was the only other local to place in the top ten.

GIRLS

Northwestern 16, Northern Lehigh 47

Northern Lehigh 18, Catty 43

Saucon Valley 21, Northern Lehigh 44

Northwestern 15, Catty 50

Northwestern 25, Saucon Valley 34

Northern Lehigh 22, Palisades 38

Northwestern 15, Palisades 50

Southern Lehigh 24, Northern Lehigh 34

Northwestern 15, Southern Lehigh 49

1. Liz Chikotas (SV) 19:22, 2. Lainie Smith (SV) 20:11, 3. Emma Kemmerer (NW) 20:55, 4. Erica Sarnicky (NW), 5. Hailey Yost (NW), 6. Natalie Boehm (NW), 7. Sam Corcoran (NL), 8. Rachele Cerrone (NW), 9. Lauren Alden (NW), 10. Rext (SL).

BOYS

Northwestern 19, Northern Lehigh 42

Catty 20, Northern Lehigh 41

Saucon Valley 15, Northern Lehigh 45

Northwestern 25, Catty 30

Saucon Valley 21, Northwestern 35

Palisades 19, Northern Lehigh 40

Northwestern 26, Palisades 31

Saucon Valley 16, Northern Lehigh 47

Saucon Valley 24, Northwestern 35

1. Tyler Stelmack (NW) 17:01, 2. Sutherland (SV) 17:42, 3. McGinty (SL) 17:55, 4. Fritzinger (SV), 5. Brinkley (C), 6. Brass (SL), 7. Jackson (SV), 8. Packer (SV), 9. Joe Duffy (NW), 10. Stevens (SL).

Palmerton-Pen Argyl-Wilson-

Notre Dame-Salisbury

The Palmerton boys split a multi-team Colonial League meet. The Bombers beat Salisbury and Pen Argyl and lost to Notre Dame and Wilson.

The Palmerton girls did not have enough runners to field a complete team, but they did get a solid effort from Andrea Stevko, who finished in sixth place.

John Achtermann's 16th place finish led the Palmerton boys.

Palmerton 27, Salisbury 30

Palmerton 19, Pen Argyl 42

Wilson 21, Palmerton 34

Notre Dame (GP) 15, Palmerton 49

1. Jaryd Flank (W) 17:22, 2. Brett Gubitos (NDES) 17:23, 3. Eric Busher (NDGP) 17:27, 4. Wade White (B) 17:43, 5. Mike Martinsky (NDGP) 17:52, 6. Andrew Mitchell (B) 17:57), 7. Charlie Sell (B) 18:00, 8. Adam Scheirer (NDGP) 18:05, 9. Alex Stevens (NDGP) 18:07, 10. Shane Reider (B) 18:13, 11. Garrett Collins (S) 18:19, 12. Michael Koons (NDGP) 18:19, 13. Dave Pruszynski (NDGP) 18:21, 14. Brandon Tocket (B) 18:32, 15. Kyle Gonoude (S) 18:33, 16. John Achtermann (P) 18:37, 17. Zach Bartleson (PA) 18:40, 18. Anthony Calantoni (W) 18:48, 19. Chris Henley NDGP 18:50, 20. Nate Leies (NDES) 18:44.

Pleasant Valley-Stroudsburg-

ES North-ES South

In a Mountain Valley Conference showdown, Pleasant Valley swept both East Stroudsburg South and East Stroudsburg North on Wednesday.

The Lady Bears scored identical 15-50 scores against the Cavaliers and Timberwolves. On the boys' side, PV ran away with a 15-50 win over the Timberwolves, but tip-toed past the Cavaliers for a 28-29 win.

Dana McAllister paced the Lady Bears by crossing the finish line first, while teammates Abby Kaspszyk, Kristen Ebeshardt and Stacy Wojy rounded out the top-five in second, third and fifth respectively.

Alex Larkin was the lone Bears to finish in the top five with a fifth-place finish.

GIRLS

Pleasant Valley 15, ES South 50

Pleasant Valley 15, ES North 50

1. Dana McAllister (PV), 2. Abby Kaspszyk (PV), 3. Kristen Ebeshardt (PV), 4. Sarah Myles (S), 5. Stacy Wojy (PV), 6. Eva Swartout (S), 7. Kirsten Henning (S), 8. Aspen Gaita (S), 9. Shannon Gardner (S), 10. Meaghann Eckle (S), 11. Natalie Gilbert (PV), 12. Sam Young (PV), 13. Elizabeth Buzzard (S), 14. Micaela Rodas (S), 15. Brooke Delugan (S).

BOYS

Pleasant Valley 15, ES North 50;

Pleasant Valley 28, ES South 29

1. Mark Pfaeffke (S) 16:54, 2. Mike Stuart (S) 16:59, 3. Matt Koch (S) 17:13, 4. Nick Ruiz (ESS) 17:31, 5. Alex Larkin (PV) 17:51, 6. Jeremy Rigotti (ESN) 18:07, 7. Mason Byrne (ESS) 18:19, 8. Matthew Haberle (ESS) 18:20, 9. Tim Landes (PV) 18:30, 10. Josh Widges (S) 18:37, 11. Matt Grimm (S) 18:47, 12. Patrick Rimple (PV) 18:46, 13. Shane Peechatka (PV) 18:52, 14. Bobby Chalfant (S) 19:03, 15. Justin Smigley (S) 19:03.

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL

Catasauqua-Lehighton

Lehighton swept Catasauqua, 25-9, 25-21, 25-18 in a non-league match.

Tiff Thompson led the Indians (1-1) with seven kills and two blocks. Teammate Dallas Seltzer added six kills, while Jackie Jordan tallied five aces and five kills.

Lehighton's JV also won, 22-25, 25-15, 15-13.

Weatherly-Hazleton

Weatherly started off strong, but couldn't hold on as Hazleton came from behind to score a 15-25, 25-21, 25-20, 25-16 non-league victory on Wednesday.

Sarah Dolinsky paced the Wreckers with 23 digs, 10 kills and four aces, while Alicia Panzarella finished with 31 digs and four aces. Alyssa Miller added 17 digs, five kills and three aces.

In the JV game, Weatherly posted a 17-15, 15-13 win in straight games.

Pleasant Valley-Freedom

Freedom defeated Pleasant Valley, 25-12, 21-25, 25-10, 26-24 in a non-league match on Wednesday.

In the JV game, Freedom knocked off Pleasant Valley for a 25-22, 23-25, 15-9 win.

No other information was provided to the TIMES NEWS.

GOLF

Palmerton-Northwestern

Northwestern topped Palmerton in Colonial League golf action on Thursday, winning 197-242 in nine holes of play.

The Tigers' Cole Miller and the Bombers' Ben Andrews tied for the low-round on the day, as they each finished with a 34.

Fellow Tiger Mike D'Ancona was the only other golfer to shoot under 40. He finished with a 38.

NORTHWESTERN (197)

Cole Miller 34, Mike D'Ancona 38, Stephen Reitz 40, Nick Vecellio 41, David Dorney 44

PALMERTON (242)

Ben Andrews 34, Ke-Koa Mook 42, Brett Snyder 46, Casey Cook 59, Ryan Saylor/Clark Domenico 61

Played at Olde Homestead, par 72