Marian, Northern Lehigh and Weatherly picked up boys basketball wins over the weekend, as did the Palmerton, Tamaqua and Weatherly girls.

Panther Valley also managed a victory on the mats.

BOYS BASKETBALL

Moravian Academy-Marian

The Colts outscored the Lions in every frame of action to pull out a 47-22 non-league win.

Ryan Karnish scored a game-high 12 points to lead the locals to the win, while Alden Whah added nine.

For Moravian, Chris Anderson and Luke Gutekunst both scored eight.

Marian also won the JV contest, 51-43.

MORAVIAN ACADEMY

Gutekunst 3-2-4-8, Messman 2-0-0-4, Ender 0-0-0-0, Anderson 3-1-2-8, Thomas 0-0-0-0, McCambridge 1-0-0-2, Malik 0-0-0-0. TOTALS: 9-3-6-22.

MARIAN

Whah 3-3-3-9, Kweder 3-0-0-6, Karnish 4-1-2-12, Pilla 2-0-0-5, Motil 4-0-0-8, Julian 0-0-0-0, Richards 0-3-4-3, Swankoski 1-2-4-4, Weber 0-0-0-0, Bilka 0-0-0-0, Talbott 0-0-0-0, Latham 0-0-0-0, Damian 0-0-0-0. TOTALS: 17-9-13-47.

Moravian Ac. 3 9 4 6 - 22

Marian 9 13 14 11 - 47

Three pointers: MA - Anderson 1; M - Karnish 3, Pilla 1.

Fleetwood-No. Lehigh

After falling behind 20-11 early in the second period, Northern Lehigh came from behind to down Fleetwood, 57-40.

NL (12-1) outscored the visitors by 11 in the second half, to win going away. They were led in scoring by Devin Glose, Lucas Pierce and Caleb Johnson, all with twelve points.

Frans Estima led Fleetwood with a game-high .

Nolehi also won the JV contest, 58-35.

FLEETWOOD

F. Estima 7-0-0-18, J. Estima 2-1-2-6, Moran 2-0-0-5, Boyer 1-2-4-4, Flannery 0-0-0-0, Steward 2-0-1-5, Hilborn 1-0-0-2, Snyder 0-0-0-0, Widenmoyer 0-0-0-0, Schumacher 0-0-0-0, Hawkins 0-0-0-0. TOTALS: 15-3-7-40.

NO. LEHIGH

Dibilio 1-4-4-7, J. Pristash 1-0-0-3, Glose 4-4-6-12, Johnson 4-4-7-12, Pierce 6-0-1-12, George 2-0-1-5, Eden 3-0-0-6, Landsberger 0-0-0-0, Middaugh 0-0-0-0, Egan 0-0-0-0, Davis 0-0-0-0, Hofmann 0-0-0-0. TOTALS: 21-12-19-57.

Fleetwood 15 9 1 15 - 40

No. Lehigh 11 19 14 13 - 57

Three pointers: F - F. Estima 4, Moran 1, J. Estima 1, Steward 1; NL - George 1, J. Pristash 1, Dibilio 1.

Palmerton-No. Dame ES

The Blue Bombers led by as much as 11 points early in the contest, but the Spartans rallied and wound up with a 53-48 double overtime win.

Joe Luzzi hit five of seven free throws in the second overtime to help Notre Dame ice the game. He finished with a game-high 25 points. Tyrell Wright added 16 and Tirele Christen 10.

Tyler Svetik led the Bombers with 14, while Brett Snyder added 12 and Cody Geist 10 for Palmerton (1-11).

The Blue Bombers salvaged a split with a 49-9 win in the JV game. Logan Lesher led Palmerton with 11 and Ty Achterman added nine.

PALMERTON

Svetik 5-3-4-14, B. Snyder 5-0-2-12, Leaver 2-1-2-5, Ruch 2-1-2-7, Leon 0-0-2-0, Geist 5-0-3-10. TOTALS: 19-5-15-48.

NOTRE DAME ES

Best 0-0-0-0, Christen 3-2-6-10, Farley 1-0-0-2, Luzzi 9-5-7-25, Grender 0-0-0-0, Northington 0-0-0-0, Wright 7-2-2-16. TOTALS: 20-9-15-53.

Palmerton 14 7 11 6 5 5 - 48

No. Dame ES 5 14 4 15 5 10 - 53

Three pointers: P - B. Snyder 2, Ruch 2, Svetik 1; NDES - Christen 2, Luzzi 2.

North. Christian-Weatherly

The Wreckers held Northumberland Christian to just four points in the third quarter and took a 45-33 victory in a non-league game.

Brett Stallone led Weatherly with a career-high 12 points, while Josh Reiner added 11 and Samson Walton 10.

Weatherly also won the JV game by a 62-44 score.

NO. CHRISTIAN

King 2-0-0-4, Hummel 3-5-7-11, Severn 2-2-3-7, York 5-1-4-11, Scanzillo 0-0-0-0, Bahner 0-0-0-0, Maze 0-0-0-0. TOTALS: 12-8-14-33.

WEATHERLY

Coll 1-1-3-4, Stallone 4-4-5-12, J. Reiner 4-0-0-11, Haganey 0-4-8-4, Walton 5-0-0-10, Wallish 2-0-0-4, Sipler 0-0-0-0. TOTALS: 16-9-16-45.

No. Christian 6 11 4 12 - 33

Weatherly 7 14 14 10 - 45

Three pointers: NCS - Severn 1; W - J. Reiner 3, Coll 1.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Palmerton-Moravian Academy

The Lady Bombers jumped out to a 22-point halftime lead and cruised to a 52-26 non-league win over Moravian Academy.

Kelsey Hay led the Bombers with 16 points, while Morgan Mummey added 12 and Genia Farquhar 11.

Hanna Ruebeck was the Lions top scorer with eight.

PALMERTON

Hadinger 1-0-0-2, Alban 1-1-2-3, Farquhar 4-2-2-11, Mo. Mummey 4-1-4-12, Reinhart 1-2-3-4, Eaton 1-0-0-2, Graver 0-0-0-0, Meinhart 0-0-0-0, Snyder 0-0-0-0, Krupa 0-2-2-2, Hay 8-0-1-16, Rickert 0-0-0-0, Ma. Mummey 0-0-0-0, Reimer 0-0-0-0. TOTALS: 20-8-14-52.

MORAVIAN ACADEMY

Blair 1-2-4-4, Ruebeck 3-0-0-8, Gaspari 1-0-0-3, Reynolds 1-2-2-4, Sutton 0-2-3-2, Hess 0-5-8-5. TOTALS: 6-11-17-26.

Palmerton 20 8 15 9 - 52

Moravian Academy 3 3 9 11 - 26

Three pointers: P - Mo. Mummey 3, Farquhar 1; MA - Ruebeck 2, Gaspari 1.

MMI Prep-Weatherly

The Lady Wreckers opened up a 18-point lead by halftime and never looked back in picking up a 61-33 win over MMI Prep.

Alicia Panzarella scored a game-high 22 points for Weatherly, while Jaime Dougherty added 12.

Weatherly won the JV game for the sweep by a 52-10 score.

MMI PREP

Stanziola 2-1-1-5, Lobitz 0-0-2-0, Carrato 7-0-0-16, Shearer 4-0-0-8, Karchner 2-0-2-4, Purcell 0-0-0-0, Ferry 0-0-0-0, Lara 0-0-0-0. TOTALS: 15-1-5-33.

WEATHERLY

J. Dougherty 5-1-2-12, E. Dougherty 2-0-0-4, Adamczyk 1-0-2-2, Panzarella 9-1-2-22, Polcin 4-0-1-8, Boyarski 2-1-2-5, Galada 3-0-1-7, Parker 0-1-2-1, Bizarre 0-0-0-0. TOTALS: 26-4-12-61.

MMI Prep 8 8 6 11 - 33

Weatherly 15 19 3 24 - 61

Three pointers: MMI - Carrato 2; W - Panzarella 3, J. Dougherty 1, Galada 1.

Tamaqua-Nativity

The Lady Raiders knocked off Nativity, 37-26 for their fifth straight win.

Amanda Solt's 14 points and 12 from Maria Streisel led Tamaqua (7-5) in scoring.

Solt also had eight rebounds, but Kayla Hope led the team with 10 boards.

Tamaqua also won the JV contest, 49-46, with Paige Demetriades scoring 17 points and Vanessa Solt scored 16.

TAMAQUA

Hope 1-0-0-2, Trainer 0-0-0-0, Kabilko 1-0-1-2, M. Streisel 5-2-5-12, C. Streisel 3-0-0-7, Valasek 0-0-0-0, Solt 5-4-5-14. TOTALS: 15-6-11-37.

NATIVITY BVM

K. White 2-0-2-5, Hughes 1-0-0-2, Andrefski 1-5-5-7, Holohan 0-0-0-0, Field 2-0-1-4, Sabol 0-0-0-0, Luckenbill 4-0-0-8. TOTALS: 10-5-8-26.

Tamaqua 10 10 11 6 - 37

Nativity BVM 4 6 13 3 - 26

Three pointers: T - C. Streisel 1; N - White 1.

WRESTLING

Panther Vy.-Williams Vy.

The Vikings managed to win just three bouts as the Panthers rolled to a 54-15 win.

Zachary Glassic, Hunter Davidyock and John Horvath all scored wins by falls, while Len Ogozalek, Elijah Hibbler, Matt Buss and Rian Shubeck all wonby decisions for the Panthers.

Seth Oriel, Czar Foungds and Jared Eickhoff added forfeit wins for PV.

Panther Vy. 54, Williams Vy. 15

106 - Lenny Ogozalek (PV) dec. Tyler Deiter, 4-0

113 - Seth Oriel (PV) won by forfeit

120 - Matthew Miller (WV) won by forfeit

126 - Zachary Glassic (PV) pinned Erik Merwine in 1:12

132 - Hunter Davidyock (PV) pinned Coty Carr in 5:44

138 - Elijah Hibbler (PV) dec. Brandon Bohr, 13-8

145 - Czar Founds (PV) won by forfeit

152 - Dustin Marblestone (PV) won by forfeit

160 - Jared Eickhoff (PV) won by forfeit

170 - Matt Buss (PV) dec. Ronnie Daub, 8-3

182 - Logan Fetterhoff (WV) dec. Stephen Snyder, 5-4

195 - Jonathan Rummel (WV) pinned Richard Nase in 4:37

220 - John Horvath (PV) pinned Mitchell Lenker in 4:46

285 - Rian Shubeck (PV) dec. Trevor Martin, 6-0

SWIMMING

Tamaqua-Shamokin

The Lady Raiders took it to their opponent in the lanes against Shamokin, as they downed their hosts, 113-70. The Raider boys dropped a 134-41 decision.

Individually, Caroline Kanaskie and Joann Butkus picked up two firsts in their events.

BOYS

Shamokin 134, Tamaqua 41

200 Medley Relay - 1. Shamokin (Andrew Griffiths, Briar Forbes, Troy Grinaway, Kyle Koontz) 1:56.05

200 Free - 1. Scott Bradley (S) 2:05.72, 2. Zak Yachera (T), 3. Mike Rodarmel (S)

200 IM - 1. Joe Colangelo (S) 2:31.65, 2. Griffiths (S), 3. Gage Whalen (T)

50 Free - 1. Koontz (S) 23.87, 2. Dylan Bowers (S), 3. Josh Scheuren (S)

100 Fly - Grinaway (S) 1:05.02, 2. Evan Jamison (S), 3. Whalen (T)

100 Free - 1. Koontz (S) 53.07, 2. Bradley (S), 3. Jake Kropp (T)

500 Free - 1. Scheuren (S)5:56.05, 2. Matt Stanek (T), 3. Wes Metzinger (S)

200 Free Relay - 1. Shamokin (Bradley, Rodarmel, Bowers, Koontz) 1:35.20

100 Back - 1. Bowers (S) 1:02.59, 2. Kropp (T), 3. Griffiths (S)

100 Breast - 1. Briar Forbes (S) 1:15.35, 2. Yachera (T), 3. Colangelo (S)

400 Free Relay - 1. Shamokin (Bradley, Scheuren, Rodarmel, Grinaway) 3:57.74

GIRLS

Tamaqua 113, Shamokin 70

200 Medley Relay - 1. Tamaqua (Megan Wagner, Carly Trovinger, Joann Butkus, Miranda Amey) 2:05.65

200 Free - 1. Caroline Kanaskie (T) 2:10,01, 2. Makayla Boyle (T), 3. Noelle Erickson (S);

200 IM - 1. Butkus (T) 2:22.96, 2. Wagner (T), 3. Emily Bumbulsky (T);

50 Free - 1. Samantha Carpenter (S) 27.29, 2. Danielle DeCindio (T), 3. Amber Gulick (T);

100 Fly - 1. Butkus (T) 1:04.74, 2. Carpenter (S), 3. DeCindio (T);

100 Free - 1. Kanaskie (T) 1:00.21, 2. Trovinger (T), 3. Hilary Feudale (S);

500 Free - 1. Amey (T) 5:51.49, 2. Erickson (S), 3. Courtney Kashner (S);

200 Free Relay - 1. Tamaqua (DeCindio, Boyle, Gulick, Kanaskie) 1:54.60

100 Back - 1. Wagner (T) 1:10.11, 2. Feudale (S), 3. Boyle (T);

100 Breast - 1. Bumbulsky (T) 1:16.49, 2. Emily Bridy (S), 3. Trovinger (T);

400 Free Relay - 1. Tamaqua (DeCindio, Amey, Kanaskie, Butkus) 4:11.41

FRESHMAN

Tamaqua-Shenandoah

Tamaqua defeated Shenandoah, 71-35.

Connor Hartung had a game-high 15 points while Dylan Baddick and Matt Minchoff added 13 and 10 points to lead the Blue Raiders.