Pleasant Valley posted a pair of wins on the diamond while Northwestern and Palmerton each gained sweeps in track action on Tuesday.
ES North-Pleasant Valley
Tom Agosta had a big day on the mound and at the plate to help Pleasant Valley earn an 11-1 Mountain Valley Conference win over East Stroudsburg North.
Agosta tossed a three-hitter in the six-inning contest, walking two while striking out 10. He also aided his cause with a double and knocked in three runs.
PV's Robert Getz and Dan Hrbek each added two hits and two runs scored, while Colin Cobb scored twice and knocked in a pair of runs.
The win improves the Bears' record to 7-6 overall and 5-2 in the MVC.
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Pleasant Vy. 003 053 - 11 8 1
Montante, Dwyer (5) and Andino; Agosta and Cardenas. W - Agosta. L - Montante.
Pocono Mountain East used a four-run third inning to help gain a 6-3 Mountain Valley Conference win over Lehighton.
Jake DeJohn had two hits and knocked in a pair of runs to lead the Cardinals (6-5; 4-3).
For the Indians (10-4; 4-3), Jacen Nalesnik slugged a two-run homer and Joe Oriel had a hit and knocked in a run. Alex Storm added a double.
PM East 004 001 1 - 6 8 4
Lehighton 012 000 0 - 3 5 0
Senale and Brandes; Wenrich and Nalesnik. W - Senale. L - Wenrich. HR: Lehighton - Nalesnik (3rd, one on).
Nic Ampietro tossed a two-hitter and Mason Kressley hit a homer to help Salisbury gain a 4-1 Colonial League win over Palmerton.
Tyler Cooperman had a pair of hits for the Falcons while Ryan Utsch added a double and RBI.
For the Blue Bombers (4-9; 4-6), Ryan Saylor and Tyler Svetik each had doubles and Brett Snyder knocked in his team's only run.
Palmerton 010 000 0 - 1 2 2
Salisbury 011 002 x - 4 4 0
Svetik and Sander; Ampietro and Kulig. W - Ampietro. L - Svetik. HR: Salisbury - Kressley (6th, one on).
No. Lehigh-So. Lehigh
Southern Lehigh exploded for seven runs in the fifth inning to break a 2-2 tie and earn a 9-2 Colonial League victory over Northern Lehigh.
Connor Vanin and Petey Long each had a double and knocked in two runs for the Spartans (7-7; 7-3). The winners also received a pair of RBI from Pat Rhoades while C.J. Moyer picked up the mound win.
For the Bulldogs (5-8; 3-7), Joel Seyler and Kyle Wasilkowski each knocked in a run.
No. Lehigh 011 000 0 - 2 5 3
So. Lehigh 101 070 x - 9 10 3
Moyer, Woroniak (7) and DelPriore; Seyler, Hallman (5) and Bender, Williams (7). W - Moyer. L - Seyler.
A four-hit effort from Jake Tobin helped Pottsville cruise to a 14-4 Schuylkill League Division 1 win over Jim Thorpe.
Two of Tobin's hits were doubles. The winners, who trailed 4-3 before posting seven runs in the bottom of the second, also received two hits from Blankenhorn.
For the Olympians (1-12; 0-7), Justin Kaminski finished with two hits.
Jim Thorpe 040 00 - 4 5 5
Pottsville 370 04 - 14 12 1
Peters, Sterling (3), Thompson (5) and Snisky; Heffner and Vandermeer. W - Heffner. L - Peters.
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Rachel Sisco had three hits, one of them a home run, knocked in five runs and scored three times to help lead Pleasant Valley to a 12-2 Mountain Valley Conference win over East Stroudsburg North.
Hailey Marini also had three hits, including a homer, and drove in four as the Bears improved to 8-4 overall and 6-0 in the MVC.
PV's Diane Klapatch allowed just two hits and struck out seven to earn the pitching win.
Also contributing to the win were Melissa Eik (double, two RBI) and Jordan Meckes (two runs scored).
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Pleasant Vy. 444 0x - 12 10 2
Slipe and Riley; Klapatch and Shaneburger. W - Klapatch. L - Slipe. HR: Pleasant Vy. - Sisco, Marini.
Cerra Ohmnacht and Shannyn Kleeman each had a pair of hits to help Pocono Mountain East pull out a 7-4 Mountain Valley Conference softball win over Lehighton.
The Cardinals (9-4; 6-1) broke a 4-4 tie with two runs in the fourth and Theresa Smith held the Indians off the boar the rest of the way.
Jena Smith and Sophia Everett each had two hits for Lehighton (8-5; 3-3).
PM East 301 210 0 - 7 10 2
Lehighton 103 000 0 - 4 8 4
Smith and Braithwaite; Evans and Smith. W - Smith. L - Evans.
Tamaqua easily outhit visiting Southern Lehigh, but the Spartans were still able to post a 7-4 non-league victory.
The winners, who received a hit and two RBI from Nicole Siffle, pushed across five runs in the third inning to drop the Lady Raiders to 1-13 this season.
For Tamaqua, Brianna Wittig and Nasya Sullivan each had two hits and knocked in a run. Chey Bates also collected two hits.
So. Lehigh 105 010 0 - 7 5 1
Tamaqua 101 110 0 - 4 10 2
Tankred and Siffle; Dietrich and Zancofsky. W - Tankred. L - Dietrich.
Caitlyn Herndon pitched a three-hit shutout and Kirsten Wentzel hit a home run to pace Pottsville's 7-0 Schuylkill League Division 1 win over Jim Thorpe.
Wentzel also added a double while Alex Brennan contributed three hits, two of them doubles.
The Olympians (0-14; 0-7) received hits from Ashley Tillou, Courtney Santos and Talia Valentini.
Jim Thorpe 000 000 0 - 0 3 3
Pottsville 140 002 x - 7 9 0
Caufman and Weber; Herndon and Dusel. W - Herndon. L - Caufman.
Palmerton scored six runs in the opening inning and cruised to a 15-3 Colonial League win over Salisbury.
Lauren Campbell had three hits and knocked in three runs for the Bombers, who improved to 10-3 overall (7-3 in the CL). Abbie Reimer aided the cause with three hits.
Palmerton 652 20 - 15 12 1
Salisbury 101 01 - 3 5 1
Herring and Campbell; Keet and Kinsell. W - Herring. L - Keet.
Kayla Troutman made 23 saves for Lehighton to help her team gain a 2-2 Mountain Valley Conference tie with East Stroudsburg North.
The Timberwolves had a lopsided 25-5 edge in shots but the Indians (3-8-1; 1-7-1) managed a stalemate thanks to goals from Allison Andrew and Kaycie Andrew.
North (3-6-1; 0-6-1) received goals from Kayla Thatcher and Katelyn McEnerney.
Northwestern remained undefeated this season after posting a 4-0 Colonial League win over Wilson.
The Tigers (11-0; 9-0) took a 2-0 lead in the first half on goals from Sarah Segan and Haylee Kubat. Nicole Lach and Jen Hallingstad added second-half tallies to seal the victory.
Segan also added an assist while Sabrina Mertz had two helpers.
Palmerton gained a sweep of Northern Lehigh in Colonial League track action.
In the boys meet, the Bulldogs won 10 of the 18 events led by four firsts from Caleb Johnson (100, 200, 300 IH, high jump) but the Bombers outpointed their rivals 41-19 in second and third places to gain an 81-69 victory.
For Palmerton, John Snyder earned a pair of firsts (shot, discus).
The Lady Bombers cruised to a 108-41 win. Jess Pereira (100, 200), Andrea Stevko (1600, 3200) and Lauryn Solt (long & triple jumps) each had two firsts for the winners.
Palmerton 81, No. Lehigh 69
100 - 1. Caleb Johnson (NL) 11.9, 2. David Getz (NL), 3. Trevin Green (P); 200 - 1. Caleb Johnson (NL) 24.8, 2. Austin Shupp (P), 3. Trevin Green (P); 400 - 1. Darien Middaugh (NL) 55.4, 2. Gerald Pereira (P), 3. Sebastian Belfonti (NL); 800 - 1. Darien Middaugh (NL) 2:11.3, 2. Cody Grohotolski (P), 3. Shaun Seiler (P); 1600 - 1. John Achtermann (P) 5:08.0, 2. Cody Grohotolski (P), 3. Shaun Seiler (P); 3200 - 1. David Fitzpatrick (P) 11:18, 2. John Achtermann (P), 3. Cory Wagner (NL); 110 HH - 1. David Getz (NL) 17.9, 2. Caleb Muscavage (P), 3. Caleb Johnson (NL); 300 IH - 1. Caleb Johnson (NL) 42.7, 2. Austin Shupp (P), 3. Caleb Muscavage (P); 400 relay - Northern Lehigh (Nate Farber, Michael Gaston, David Getz, Dalton Johnson) 47.7; 1600 relay - Palmerton (Trevin Green, Caleb Muscavage, Austin Shupp, Gerald Pereira) 3:53.3; 3200 relay - Palmerton (Cody Grohotolski, Mike Horvath, David Fitzpatrick, Shaun Seiler) 11:08.5; Shot put - 1. John Snyder (P) 43-5 , 2. Jarred Sacks (P), 3. Steve Semmel (P); Discus - 1. John Snyder (P) 124-8, 2. Abel Boyer (NL), 3. Steve Semmel (P); Javelin - 1. Sean Mulcahy (NL) 134-7, 2. Gerald Pereira (P), 3. Charles Debski (P); Long jump - 1. Dalton Johnson (NL) 19-1, 2. Jarred Sacks (P), 3. Michael Seremula (NL); Triple jump - 1. Jarred Sacks (P) 41-2, 2. Michael Seremula (NL), 3. Gerald Pereira (P); High jump - 1. Caleb Johnson (NL) 5-6, 2. Dalton Johnson (NL), 3. Dustin Fierro (P); Pole vault - 1. Darris Rodrigues (P) 11-6, 2. David Getz (NL), 3. Dominic Shivone (P).
Palmerton 108, No. Lehigh 41
100 - 1. Jessica Pereira (P) 13.2, 2. Kaelyn Englert (P), 3. Erika Krawchuk (NL); 200 - 1. Jessica Pereira (P) 29.5, 2. Arissa Snyder (P), 3. Dakota Schweitzer (NL); 400 - 1. Jessica Olewine (NL) 1:09.1, 2. Morgan Mummey (P), 3. Annelise Tarafas (NL); 800 - 1. Jaclyn Wood (P) 2:43.2, 2. Bryanna Tomkins (NL), 3. Kyla Rodrigues (P); 1600 - 1. Andrea Stevko (P) 6:06.8, 2. Vanessa Evans (P), 3. Amanda Mann (P); 3200 - 1. Andrea Stevko (P) 13:08.1, 2. Rachel Hendrix (NL), 3. Amanda Mann (P); 100 LH - 1. Jess Debski (P) 17.9, 2. Breanna Quinn (P), 3. Arissa Snyder (P); 300 IH - 1. Arissa Snyder (P) 55.8, 2. Nicole Horn (NL), 3. Brianna Handwerk (NL); 400 relay - Palmerton (Kaelyn Englert, Jessica Pereira, Jess Debski, Lauryn Solt) 53.8; 1600 relay - Palmerton (Jess Debski, Kaelyn Englert, Morgan Mummey, Jaclyn Wood) 4:46.9; 3200 relay - Palmerton (Vanessa Evans, Greta Hartsell, Kyla Rodrigues, Jaclyn Wood) 12:16.7; Shot put - 1. Kelsey Hay (P) 38-0, 2. Aimee Oertner (NL), 3. Jennifer Snyder (P); Discus - 1. Aimee Oertner (NL) 89-11, 2. Kelsey Hay (P), 3. Jennifer Snyder (P); Javelin - 1. Tina Bastardi (NL) 104-5, 2. Kelsey Hay (P), 3. Jennifer Snyder (P); Long jump - 1. Lauryn Solt (P) 15-1, 2. Tina Bastardi (NL), 3. Macie Hourt (P); Triple jump - 1. Lauryn Solt (P) 33-6, 2. Jessica Pereira (P), 3. Macie Hourt (P); High jump - 1. Kalyn Lehr (P) 4-8, 2. Autumn Stauffer (NL), 3. Lauryn Solt (P); Pole vault - 1. Brianna Handwerk (NL) and Michayla Doherty (P) 7-6.
Northwestern used a dominant effort in girls competition and a strong effort from the boys in the throwing and jumping events to get the Colonial League sweep over Catasauqua.
The Lady Tigers placed first in every event except for the three throwing events to get the 110-39 victory.
Haley Yost (1600, 3200) and Lauren Anderson (200, high jump) both won two events for Northwestern.
Austin Weiss (110 HH, 300 IH) and Brett Hunsicker (long & triple jumps) each had two firsts for the Tigers.
Northwestern 79, Catasauqua 70
100 - 1. Shakur Lester 11.8 (C), 2. Sa'Quon Burton (C), 3. Ra'Von Burton (C); 200 - 1. Shakur Lester 23.7 (C), 2. Ra'Von Burton (C), 3. Sa'Quon Burton (C); 400 - 1. Jay Hereba 56.9 (NW), 2. Thomas Duffy (NW), 3. Zachary Pattison (C); 800 - 1. Kurt Wells 2:20 (C). 2. Thomas Duffy (NW), 3. Zachary Miller (C); 1600 - 1. Anthony Brinkley 5:09 (C), 2. Tyler Stelmack (NW), 3. Brayden Heller (NW); 3200 - 1. Tyler Stelmack 10:13 (NW), 2. Anthony Brinkley (C), 3. Ryan Cerrone (NW); 110 HH - 1. Austin Weiss 16.80 (NW), 2. Bazz Jarjous (NW), 3. Patrick Burker (C); 300 IH - 1. Austin Weiss 44.40 (NW), 2. Patrick Burker (C), 3. Alec Fixl (NW); 400 Relay - 1. (C) Patrick Burker, Ra'Von Burton, Sa'Quon Burton, Shakur Lester; 1600 Relay - (NW) Brayden Hill, Matt Naugle, Jay Hereba, Thomas Duffy; 3200 Relay - 1. (C) Zachary Miller, Gerald morgan, Joahua Ritter, Kurt Wells; Shot Put - 1. Dou