The Marian baseball and Lehighton softball teams qualified for District 11 post-season play with victories on Monday.

BASEBALL

Marian-Mahanoy Area

Marian qualified for the district playoffs with a 5-3 Schuylkill League win over Mahanoy Area.

Nick Kweder paced the Colts with two singles, two runs scored and a RBI, while Mike Cataldo chipped in with two singles and a run scored.

Marian pitcher Luke Stawick had 11 strikeouts, while allowing four walks, and finished with the win.

Marian 000 120 2 - 5 7 4

Mahanoy Area 011 010 0 - 3 6 2

Stawick and Kosar; Holman, Richmond (7) and Wirtz. W - Stawick. L - Holman.

Jim Thorpe-No. Schuylkill

The Spartans jumped out to a six-run lead and went on to a 8-3 victory over the Olympians in a Schuylkill League Division I contest.

Jon Green had two hits and two RBIs for North Schuylkill, who took advantage of 10 Jim Thorpe errors.

Colton Knox had two hits and scored two runs for the Olympians (1-15, 0-9).

Jim Thorpe 000 102 0 - 3 5 10

No. Schuylkill 411 101 x - 8 5 2

Gavornick, Peters (6) and Sninsky; Hummel, Reed (6), Green (7) and Anczarski, Wolfe (7). W - Hummel. L - Gavornick.

ES North-Lehighton

Lehighton exploded for nine runs in the bottom of the fifth to end its MVC baseball game with ES North, 10-0.

Lehighton's AJ Wenrich was 3-for-4 on the day with a triple and three RBIs. He also picked up the win for the Indians (12-4, 5-3 MVC).

Battery-mate Jacen Nalesnik also had two hits, including a triple and a solo homer. Teammate Josh Kern finished with two singles, a run scored and a RBI.

ES North 000 00 - 0 5 1

Lehighton 001 09 - 10 12 0

Wenrich and Nalesnik; Dwyer, Andino (5) and Wittaker. W - Wenrich, L - Dwyer. HR: L - Nalesnik (5th, none on).

Northwestern-No. Lehigh

The Tigers went off for seven runs in the second frame and eventually held on for the 11-3 Colonial League win over Northern Lehigh.

Peyton Bachman's two-run home run in the second inning sparked their offense, while Mitchell Snyder finished 3-for-4 with a double and five RBIs.

For Northern Lehigh, (5-12), Trevor Yashur was a perfect 4-for-4 with a triple, while Kyle Schomp, Cody Hallman and Joel Seyler all finished 2-for-4 in the game.

Northwestern improves to 11-6 on the season.

Northwestern 070 103 0 - 11 9 1

Northern Lehigh 012 000 0 - 3 10 3

Bartholomew and Breidinger; Seyler, Pierce (2), Martinez (7) and Bender, Williams (7). W - Bartholomew, L - Seyler. HR: NW - Bachman (2nd, one on).

Bangor-Palmerton

A five-run sixth inning propelled Bangor to a 6-4 Colonial League victory over Palmerton.

Lee Kuntz led the Bombers with two singles and a run scored, while Brett Snyder recorded two singles and a RBI. Teammate Ryan Saylor contributed two singles.

Although suffering the setback on the mound, Bombers' hurler Tyler Svetik struck out 13, while allowing three walks.

Zach Karasek paced the Slaters with two singles and two runs scored, while Ryan Hydock added two singles, a run scored and a RBI.

Bangor 000 105 0 - 6 8 2

Palmerton 000 310 0 - 4 10 1

Karasek, Pysher (6) and Hydock; Svetik and Sander. W - Karasek. L - Svetik.

Pine Grove-Panther Vy.

The Cardinals smacked 10 hits, including four home runs, on their way to a 9-0 shut out win over the Panthers.

Steve Zimmerman had two home runs in the game with three RBIs, while brother Tyler added a solo shot and picked up the mound win with six strikeouts and four walks.

For PV (3-13), Colton Black finished the day 2-for-4 at the plate.

Pine Grove 024 201 0 - 9 10 0

Panther Vy. 000 000 0 - 0 5 0

T. Zimmerman and S. Zimmerman; McArdle, Terry (4) and Black. W - T. Zimmerman, L - McArdle. HR: PG - S. Zimmerman 2 (2nd, none on; 3rd, one on), Scheibley (4th, none on), T. Zimmerman (4th, none on).

Tamaqua-Kutztown

A two-run third inning was all Kutztown needed to pull out a 2-1 non-conference victory over visiting Tamaqua.

The Blue Raiders' Brett Kosciolek finished with two singles and a run scored, while Derek Rottet added two singles. Teammate Luke Matsago posted a fielder's choice RBI to score Kosciolek with Tamaqua's lone run.

The Cougars' Austin Mosteller recorded a single, a double and a RBI.

Tamaqua slides to 5-11 on the season.

Tamaqua 000 100 0 - 1 5 1

Kutztown 002 000 x - 2 7 0

Zehner and Matsago; Fegley and Entriken. W - Fegley. L - Zehner.

Nativity-Weatherly

Nativity exploded in the fourth and fifth innings to run away with a 13-5 Schuylkill League win over Weatherly.

The Hilltoppers' Bryor White recorded a 4-for-5 performance, which inclided two singles, two triples and two RBIs, while Kyle Kaledas ended up with a single and a triple.

The Wreckers' Brian Maielle finished with a single and a double, while Vinny McCroy contributed a single and two RBIs.

Nativity 001 040 0 - 5 5 3

Weatherly 000 660 1 - 13 10 5

McGovern and Foster; Lash, Belletiere (5) and Maiello. W - McGovern. L - Lash.

SOFTBALL

Jim Thorpe-No. Schuylkill

North Schuylkill enacted the 10-rule against Jim Thorpe, winning 10-0 in five innings.

Nicole Murphy, Joy Mallory and Gianna Bucci recorded the Olympians' three hits. All three were singles.

Jim Thorpe 000 00 - 0 3 3

No. Schuylkill 202 33 - 10 11 1

Caufman and Smith; Lapotsky and Cappel. W - Lapotsky, L - Caufman.

ES North-Lehighton

Lehighton qualified for district play with its 10-9 win over MVC foe ES North.

Sam Snyder led the way for the Indians (10-6, 4-4) with two hits, two runs scored and three RBIs. Teammate Krysten Breiner also chipped in with two hits and two RBIs.

ES North 100 125 0 - 9 15 4

Lehighton 140 140 - 10 10 3

Riley and Mira; Rehrig and Smith. W - Rehrig, L - Riley.

Bangor-Palmerton

The Lady Bombers improved to 14-3 on the season with a 10-2 win over Bangor in Colonial League action.

After Bangor took a 2-0 lead in the top of the second, they were held scoreless for the remainder of the contest.

Leading the locals offensively were Janel Tracy who went 2-for-4 with a homer, two runs scored and two RBIs, while teammate Sierra Miller was 3-for-4 with two runs scored and a RBI. Emily Knauss was 2-for-3 with two runs scored and a RBI, while Steph Buck was 2-for-2 with a triple and a run scored.

For Bangor, Devin Mackay scored a run in the losing effort.

Bangor 020 000 0 - 2 3 3

Palmerton 000 136 0 - 10 13 2

Langden, Ruland (6) and Smith; Herring and Campbell. W - Herring, L - Langden. HR: P - Tracy (5th, one on).

Weatherly-Panther Vy.

The Lady Wreckers ran off 11 runs in the top of the fifth inning to eventually win 22-2 over the Lady Panthers.

After two frames, Weatherly went ahead 11-0, before erupting in the fifth for the final score.

Jaime Dougherty led the offensive firepower with four hits, while Jessica Maiallo had three and Devon Bizarre and Tiana Janetti both added two hits apiece.

For PV (1-14), Bryanna Kehrli had two hits, while Sam Zlock and Georgianna Butler both had a sole hit in the loss.

Weatherly moves to even at 7-7 on the year.

Weatherly 740 0(11) - 22 13 1

Panther Vy. 000 20 - 2 4 6

Polchin, Parker (4) and E. Dougherty; Zlock, Tucker (5), Marouchoc (5) and Kehrli. W - Polchin, L - Zlock.

Marian-Mahanoy Area

The Fillies got some big hits in the third inning to pull off a 3-0 win over Mahanoy Area.

Abbey Hill's RBI-single and Jeanne Cannon's 2-RBI single brought in the winning runs, while Lindsay Nemeth finished with two singles and Gabby Green had a triple.

With the win, Marian moves to 8-7 overall, 4-5 in the league.

Marian 003 000 0 - 3 7 0

Mahanoy 000 000 0 - 0 7 0

Shaud and Hill; Hullihan and Finneran. W - Shaud, L - Hullihan.

TENNIS

Lehighton-Tamaqua

Lehighton defeated Tamaqua, 4-1 in non-league action.

All three of the Indians' singles players, Nick Mantz, James Sverchek and Justin Ziegenfus, won in straight sets. Their doubles team of Steph Slaw/Graham Strauss also won.

Tamaqua's lone win came from the doubles team of CJ Shellhammer/Tyler Krell. The duo won, 6-2, 7-5.

Lehighton 4, Tamaqua 1

SINGLES

Nick Mantz (L) def. Joey Binder, 6-1, 6-0; James Sverchek (L) def. Ed Krell, 6-0, 6-0; Justin Ziegenfus (L) def. Sam Depue, 6-2, 6-2.

DOUBLES

Steph Slaw/Graham Strauss (L) def. Christian Gardner/Scott Zellner, 6-4, 3-6, 6-0; CJ Shellhammer/Tyler Krell (T) def. Peter Phelan/Chris Winbeck, 6-2, 7-5.

GIRLS SOCCER

Pleasant Vy.-Lehighton

Emily Schlogl recorded a hat-trick for Pleasant Valley and helped her team to a 5-1 MVC victory over Lehighton.

Maria Cimino and Aimee Sokolowski added the other two goals for the Bears.

The Indians' lone goal was scored Kaycie Andrews with just over 12 minutes to play.

No. Lehigh-Bangor

Bangor scored six goals in the first half and ran away from Northern Lehigh, 7-0 in Colonial League play.

Emily Howell recorded a hat-trick and an assist for the Slaters.

Pen Argyl-Northwestern

The Lady Tigers recorded two goals in the first half and went on to win over Pen Argyl, 2-0.

Haylee Kubat opened up the scoring for the locals, off an assist from Sarah Segan, and Segan turned around and scored the other goal eight minutes later.

Sabrina Mertz assisted the Segan score for the locals.

Abby Laubach stopped 12 shots for the Lady Green Knights in the losing effort.

No. Dame ES-Palmerton

Palmerton's Kylee Turko scored three goals for a hat trick, but the Spartans broke away froma halftime deadline for a 4-3 Colonial League win.

Angelica Bertola matched Turko with three goals for Notre Dame of East Sroudsburg. Virginia Pope added the other.

Palmerton had 13 shots on goal.

TRACK

PM West-Lehighton

Lehighton and Pocono Mountain West split in Mountain Valley Conference action on the track and field.

The Lady Indians captured a 91-59 win, while the visiting Panthers came out on top with a 87-63 victory.

Lauren Michalik (110 hurdles, triple jump) and Gwen Remaley (shot put, discus) led the Indians with two first-place finishes, while Jenny Beers (3200 meter), Maris Stern (300 hurdles), Sarah Keer (javelin), Riley Durishin (high jump) and Ciera Kobal (pole vault) added single top honors.

The Indians' Montero Thompson (200 meter), Eric Whiteman (shot put) and Levi Haldeman (discus) all grabbed first-place on the boys' side.

BOYS

PM West 87, Lehighton 63

100 - 1. B. Quinones (PMW) 10.9, 2. T. Pugh (PMW), 3. Montero Thompson (L); 200 - 1. Montero Thompson (L) 22.3, 2. B. Quinones (PMW), 3. T. Pugh (PMW); 400 - 1. Williams (PMW) 58.0, 2. Jackson (PMW), 3. Gore (PMW); 800 - 1. Miller (PMW) 2:08, 2. J. Ebbert (L), 3. Spencer (PMW); 1600 - 1. C. McLane (PMW) 4:57, 2. K. Kaczmarczyk (PMW), 3. J. Miller (PMW); 3200 - 1. C. McLane (PMW) 11:37, 2. E. Valencourt (PMW), 3. D. Radler (L); 110HH - 1. Shalir Williams (PMW) 15.9, 2. Tremaine Boyd (L), 3. T. Allen (PMW); 300IH - 1. Shalir Williams (PMW) 44.2, 2. D. Magyar (L), 3. Belle (PMW); 400 Relay - 1. Lehighton (Coleman, Haldeman, Crum, Thompson) 44.7; 1600 Relay - 1. Pocono Mountain West 3:37; 3200 Relay - 1. Lehighton (Radler, Newton, Steigerwalt, Ebbert) 9:05; Shot Put - 1. Eric Whiteman (L) 47-7, 2. Levi Haldeman (L), 3. Kyle Whiteman (L); Discus - 1. Levi Haldeman (L) 156-5, 2. Eric Whiteman (L), 3. Kyle Whiteman (L); Javelin - 1. Tyson (PMW) 119-0, 2. Devin Steigerwalt (L), 3. Allen (PMW); Long Jump - 1. Dwayne Vines (PMW) 19-8 , 2. Tyler Crum (L), 3. Tremaine Boyd (L); Triple Jump - 1. Dwayne Vines (PMW) 43-10 1/2, 2. Tyler Crum (L), 3. Austin Schlosser (L); High Jump - 1. Shalir Williams (PMW) 6-4, 2. Tremaine Boyd (L), 3. Nate Kresge (L); Pole Vault - 1. Marquai Jardine (PMW), 2. Dom Mustkowski (L), 3. Chris Lawler (L).

GIRLS

Lehighton 91, PM West 59

100 - 1. K. Jones (PMW) 12.4, 2. Sage Terembula (L), 3. Kassandra Barclay (L); 200 - 1. Jada Davis (PMW) 27.2, 2. Jones (PMW), 3. Kassandra Barclay (L); 400 - 1. Tanisha Blake (PMW) 1:02, 2. Olivia Dunn (PMW), 3. Christina Green (L); 800 - 1. Olivia Dunn (PMW) 2:31, 2. Tea Green (PMW), 3. Dunham (PMW); 1600 - 1. S. Dunham (PMW) 5:51.0, 2. Jenny Beers (L), 3. C. Renhert (L); 3200 - 1. Jenny Beers (L) 12:54, 2. Emily Oldt (L), 3. C. Renhert (L); 100HH - 1. Lauren Michalik (L) 16.9, 2. Maris Stern (L), 3. B. Karpowiks (L); 300IH - 1. Maris Stern (L) 51.1, 2. Hailey Coleman (L), 3. Jones (PMW); 400 Relay - 1. Lehighton (Terembula, Haldeman, Barclay, Keer) 52.4; 1600 Relay - 1. Pocono Mountain West 4:30; 3200 Relay - 1. Lehighton (Beers, Oldt, Renhert, Haldeman) 11:09; Shot Put - 1. Gwen Remaley (L) 36-11 , 2. Sarah Keer (L), 3. Tanisha Blake (PMW); Discus - 1. Gwen Remaley (L) 104-4, 2. Tanisha Blake (PMW), 3. Fabienne Pierre (PMW); Javelin - 1. Sarah Keer (L) 116-11, 2. Danielle Fake (L), 3. Williams (PMW); Long Jump - 1. Manita Beile (PMW) 14-11 , 2. Sage Terembula (L), 3. Jada Davis (PMW); Triple Jump - 1. Lauren Michalik (L) 30-7 , 2. Kamara Litchauer (L), 3. Celina Fital (L); High Jump - 1. Riley Durishin (L) 4-8, 2. Tea Green (PMW), 3. Celina Fital (L); Pole Vault - 1. Ciera Kobal (L) 8-0, 2. Olivia Dunn (PMW), 3. Amelia Waibel (L).

Pleasant Vy.-PM East

Pleasant Valley swept Pocono Mountain East in its MVC track match on Monday.

The Pleasant Valley girls won by a score of 84.5-65.5. Kelecia Harris won four events yet again for the Lady Bears. She placed first in the 100-meter dash, the 200-meter dash, the long jump and the triple jump. She was the only girl to win more than two events.

The Bears won 90-60 on the boys' side. Kegan Bray was the only local to win multiple events. He won the 100-meter, 200-meter and 400-meter dashes.

BOYS

Pleasant Valley 90, PM East 60

100 - 1. Kegan Bray (PV) 10.84, 2. Matt Sheehan (PV), 3. Tristen Stewart (PM); 200 - 1. Kegan Bray (PV) 22.09, 2. Tristen Stewart (PM), 3. Matt Sheehan (PV); 400 - 1. Kegan Bray (PV) 52.16, 2. Lawrence Robinson (PV), 3. Xavier Steverson (PM); 800 - 1. John Wathen (PV) 2:08.03, 2. Nicholas Corrales (PV), 3. Anthony Ruiz (PV); 1600 - 1. Schyler Jacobsen (PV) 4:58.5, 2. John Wathen (PV), 3. Alex Larkin (PV); 3200 - 1. Joe Phillips (PV) 11:06.58, 2. Pat Rimple (PV), 3. Aaron Herschlag (PM); 110HH - 1. Tyree Mobley (PM) 15.69, 2. Ryan Sickler (PM), 3. Steven Maas (PV); 300IH - 1. Tyler O'Neil (PM) 41.68, 2. Ryan Sickler (PM), 3. Mike Masullo (PV); 400 Relay - 1. Pleasant Valley (Perry, Brown, Sheehan, Leika) 45.94; 1600 Relay - 1. Pleasant Valley (Bray, Corrales, Wathen, Robinson) 3:33.5; 3200 Relay - 1. Pleasant Valley (Fulcomer, Parisi, Peechatka, Ruiz) 9:00.25; Shot Put - 1. Dakota Everett (PV) 40-7, 2. Jacob Fritz (PM), 3. Ray Torres (PM); Discus - 1. Jacob Fritz (PM) 111-2, 2. Dakota Everett (PV), 3. Eric Destelfano (PM); Javelin - 1. John Francis (PM) 148-2, 2. Brandon Leap (PV), 3. Kelly Shilling (PV); Long Jump - 1. Dexter Lambert (PM) 20-3, 2. Keenan Alston (PV), 3. Aadil Mendez (P M); Triple Jump - 1. Josh Perry (PV) 41-1 1/2, 2. Denardo McEachron (PV), 3. Kiel Barton (PV); High Jump - 1. Ryan Sickler (PM) 5-10, 2. Steven Pluas (PM), 3. Anthony Carty (PM), Pole Vault - 1. Joey Fogle (PM) 10-6, 2. Zach Brewington (PM), 3. Zach Fuls (PV).

GIRLS

Pleasant Vy. 84 1/2, PM East 65 1/2

100 - 1. Kelecia Harris (PV) 12.31, 2. Naomi Cayo-Nelson (PV), 3. Ashley Anewalt; 200 - 1. Kelecia Harris (PV) 25.81, 2. Olivia Fogle (PM), 3. LaTanya Judd (PM); 400 - 1. Steph Palmer (PV) 1:04.25, 2. Olivia Fogle (PM), 3. Paola Mieles (PV); 800 - 1. Melissa Russo (PV) 2:40.52, 2. Steph Palmer (PV), 3. Sam Young (PV); 1600 - 1. Kristen Eberhardt (PV) 5:33.75, 2. Abigail Ross (PM), 3. Sam Young (PV); 3200 - 1. Abigail Ross (PM) 13:17.45, 2. Emily Ross (PM), 3. Cheyenne Barnes (PV); 100HH - 1. Erin Madison (PM) 15.72, 2. Kiasia Dunbar (PV), 3. Janee Andrews (PM); 300IH - 1. Erin Madison (PM) 46.78, 2. Kiasia Dunbar (PV), 3. Harley Carrero (PV); 400 Relay - 1. Pleasant Valley (Anewalt, Cayo-Nelson, Taylor, Dunbar) 54.09; 1600 Relay - 1. PM East (Butler, Fogle, Madison, Robison) 4:21.39; 3200 Relay - 1. Pleasant Valley (Hoag, Tufano, Wojy, Russo) 10:50.9; Shot Put - 1. Zenia Wilson (PM) 30-6 1/2, 2. Jamay Parrish (PM), 3. Catherine Stephens (PV); Discus - 1. Zenia Wilson (PM) 90-8, 2. Fauziah Faverey (PM), 3. Melanie O'Leary (PV); Javelin - 1. Alyssa Ulrich (PV) 95-9, 2. Alyssa Smale (PM), 3. Mackenize Pawloski (PM); Long Jump - 1. Kelecia Harris (PV) 15-11, 2. Janee Andrews (PM), 3. Courtney Miller (PV); Triple Jump - 1. Kelecia Harris (PV) 35-2, 2. Erin Madison (PM), 3. Kiasia Dunbar (PV); High Jump - 1. Danielle Maier (PV) 4-8, 2. Katie Frinzi (PV), 3. Normani Marbury (PV); Pole Vault - 1. Rachel Robison (PM) 10-0, 2. Miranda Meloni (PV), 3. Laura O'Malley (PM).

Marian-Schuylkill Haven

The Marian track teams split on the day at their Schuylkill League meet with Schuylkill Haven, as the boys pulled off the 121-19 win, while the Fillies dropped a 78-63 decision.

Individually, the girls got two wins in the hurdle events from Alex Hutta, while the Colts got a triple win from Dylan Quirk (100, 200 and high jump), and two wins from Cy Shickora in the shot put and discus.

BOYS

Marian 121, Schuylkill Haven 19

100 - 1. Quirk (M) 11.3, 2. Bruno (M), 3. Martin (M); 200 - 1. Quirk (M) 23.6, 2. Martin (M), 3. Tomlin (M); 400 - 1. Agosti (M) 52.4, 2. Ma. Grega (M), 3. Tomlin (M); 800 - 1. Legath (M) 2:27, 2. Marzen (M), 3. Wolk (M); 1600 - 1. Mi. Grega (M) 5:23, 2. Marzen (M), 3. Hopeck (M); 3200 - 1. Marzen (M) 11:44, 2. Hopeck (M), 3. Durrough (M); 100HH - 1. Shron (M) 16.4, 2. Mylnek (M), 3. Wilson (SH); 300IH - 1. Jullian (M) 40.7, 2. Wilson (SH), 3. Schron (M); 400 Relay - 1. Marian (Bruno, Ma. Grega, Martin, Quirk) 45.4; 1600 Relay - 1. Marian (Julian, N. Agosti, Bruno, Tomlin) 3:47; 3200 Relay - 1. Marian (Rutch, Legath, Wolk, Marzen) 10:02; Shot Put - 1. Shickora (M) 37-8, 2. Dampmon (SH), 3. Damiano (M); Discus - 1. Shickora (M) 102-8, 2. Blackwell (SH), 3. Quick (M); Javelin - 1. Quick (M) 142-1, 2. Shickora (M), 3. Budusky (M); Long Jump - 1. Martin (M) 19-8, 2. Marundlism (SH), 3. Schron (M); Triple Jump - 1. Budusky (M) 36-10, 2. Hopwer (SH), 3. Quick (M); High Jump - 1. Quirk (M) 5-4, 2. Pallsadi (SH).

GIRLS

Schuylkill Haven 78, Marian 63

100 - 1. Sisko (SH) 13.4, 2. Wilson (SH), 3. Kosar (M); 200 - 1. Evitts (SH) 28.8, 2. Slotterback (SH), 3. Kosar (M); 400 - 1. G. Boyle 1:06, 2. Slotterback (SH), 3. Butula (M); 800 - 1. Daniels (SH) 2:40, 2. O'Donnell (M), 3. Collevechio (M); 1600 - 1. Daniels (SH) 5:51, 2. Balliet (M), 3. Sofranko (M); 3200 - 1. Daniels (SH) 13:15, 2. Balliet (M), 3. Slappey (SH); 110HH - 1. Hutta (M) 17.8, 2. Digiandomenico (M), 3. Mattern (SH); 300 IH - 1. Hutta (M) 50.4, 2. Evitts (SH), 3. Hillbish (SH); 400 Relay - 1. Schuylkill Haven 55.5; 1600 Relay - 1. Schuylkill Haven 4:34, 3200 Relay - 1. Marian (Sofranko, Sherkness, O'Donnell, Collevechio) 11:34; Shot Put - 1. E. Boyle (M) 29-1, 2. Ceci (M), 3. Tuske (SH); Discus - 1. Ceci (M) 76-3, 2. McDonald (SH), 3. Srinivascen (M); Javelin - 1. McGorry (SH) 92-7, 2. E. Boyle (M), 3. Hillbish (SH); Long Jump - 1. Sisko (SH) 15-4, 2. Wilson (SH), 3. Sherkness (M); Triple Jump - 1. Sherkness (M) 31-0, 2. Slotterback (SH), 3. Evitts (SH); High Jump - 1. Slotterback (SH) 4-8, 2. Gurzinski (M), 3. McGarry (SH).