Bombers top LHS in soccer
steve shinko/special to the times news Palmerton's Sarah Andrews (left) tries to maintain control of the ball as Lehighton's Katrina Reppert closes in to defend.
Palmerton gained a win over Lehighton in soccer action Tuesday.
In other scholastic action, Weatherly lost its baseball game to Nativity.
Nativity got off to a fast start by scoring ten runs over the first three innings, en route to a 12-1 Schuylkill League Division 2 victory over Weatherly.
The loss drops the Wreckers to 0-17 (0-14) on the season.
Alex Mansell paced Nativity with two hits and three RBI, including a two-run homer in the third inning. Nick Malloy also tacked on two doubles and four RBI in the win.
For Weatherly, William Lech and Nathan Pfeiffer each accounted for two hits apiece.
Nativity 352 002 - 12 11 1
Weatherly 001 000 - 1 5 5
Luckenbill, Draginis (4) and Mansell; Barna and Pfeiffer. W - Luckenbill. L - Barna. HR: Nativity - Mansell (3rd, one on).
Palmerton used second-half goals from Morgan Myers and Kaylee Blasiak to gain a 2-1 victory over Lehighton.
Myers opened the scoring early in the second half and two minutes later, Blasiak found the back of the net to up the margin to 2-0.
The Indians' Jordyn Homyak got her team on the board, scoring with 12 minutes to play, but the Bombers (5-10) held on for the win.
Myers and Alex Paulinho had assists for Palmerton, who held a 14-11 advantage in shots.
Kelsey Eaton made nine saves for the winners, while Jourdan Semmel had 10 stops for the Tribe.