Fillies hand Dunmore loss
Marian edged Dunmore in girls basketball action on Sunday.
Marian placed three players in double figures and defeated Dunmore, 57-54, in a non-league game.
Savanna Krusinsky and Sam Faust scored 13 points apiece to lead the Fillies (5-1). Gabby Green added 12 points.
Mariah Maciejewski had a game-high 26 points for Dunmore.
Burke 1-0-0-3, Connors 3-0-0-7, Korgeski 2-0-0-4, Maciejewski 13-0-2-26, Semion 4-0-0-8, Sheehan 0-1-2-1, Hartshorn 2-0-0-5, Cooper 0-0-0-0. TOTALS: 25-1-4-53.
Green 4-2-5-12, Faust 3-7-10-13, Fannick 2-3-4-9, Sofranko 2-0-0-4, Shaud 0-0-0-0, Nemeth 2-1-5-6, Krusinsky 6-1-1-13, TOTALS: 19-14-25-57.
Dunmore 15 13 15 11 - 54
Marian 10 19 15 13 - 57
Three-pointers: D - Burke 1, Connors 1, Hartshorn 1, M - Green 2, Fannick 2, Nemeth 1.
Panther Vy. in
Damascus Holiday Tourney
Panther Valley finished fifth out of 21 teams in the Damascus Holiday Tournament that concluded on Friday in Maryland.
Rian Shubeck had an oustanding tournament for the Panthers taking the championship at 285 pounds with a 4-0 record.
Zach Glassic went 3-1 and finished second at 132 pounds. Richard Nase (220) and Lenny Ogozalek (113) both had 4-1 records and finished third in their respective weight classes. Darren Goida was fifth at 106 pounds with a 4-2 record. Dylan Moyer (170) and Richie Smith (195) both had 3-3 records and grabbed sixth place finishes. Matt Buss (182) and Elijah Hibbler (145) both had winning records in the tournaments and placed seventh.
Palmerton in Tony Iasiello Christmas City Classic
Dillon Masington and Zach Graver finished in third place, while Josh Evans wound up fourth as the Blue Bombers finished fifth in the 22-team Tony Iasiello Christmas City Classic held at Bethlehem Catholic over the weekend. The Golden Hawks dominated the tournament finishing with 310.5 points.
Masington decisioned Nick Sanders of Palisades 1-0 in the 126-pound third place bout. Graver won the 160-pound third place medal with a 4-3 decision over Jayden Reyes of Palisades. Evans fell to Dante Steffenino of Upper Perkiomen by a 4-3 decision in the 120-pound third place match.