Jim Thorpe girls roll to win
RON GOWER /TIMES NEWS Jim Thorpe's Kimmie Conway and Weatherly's Carol Mader-Seltner battle for control of ball during soccer action Saturday. Other Jim Thorpe players are Maggie Holloway (8) and Anna Beard (5),
Jim Thorpe rolled to a big girls soccer win, while Marian had a big day at the Crimson Tide Volleyball Classic.
In other action, Lehighton's girls volleyball team picked up a win.
A Morgan Warminsky second half goal was all Parkland needed to escape with a 1-0 non-conference victory over Pleasant Valley.
The Trojans' Jenn Guetzlaff was credited with the assist on what turned out to be the game-winning goal.
The Bears' keeper Hailey Parks finished with five saves on the day.
Pleasant Valley slips to 16-2 on the season, while Parkland improves to 14-2-2.
Jim Thorpe ousted Weatherly by a 7-0 final score.
Cat Condly started things out for the Lady Olympians with the first two goals, while Rebecca Cressman added the next two. Alissa Rusbarsky tallied a goal and the final two goals for Thorpe were made by Amber Castillo. Tayler Kidder had two assists, while Condly and Kimmie Conway also had feeds of their own.
The Olympians outshot the Lady Wreckers 29-1 in the contest with Cheyanne Wallish amassing 22 saves for Weatherly.
Blue Mountain shut out Tamaqua 4-0 in Schuylkill action.
Madison Riegel scored three goals and added an assist for the winners, while teammate Angelica Kaledas scored the other.
Carly Sassaman stopped 16 shots on goal for the Lady Raiders, who were outshot 25-5 in the contest.
The JV game also went to Blue Mountain, as they prevailed 6-0.
Arch. John Carroll-Lehighton
Archbishop Carroll defeated Lehighton 3-1 in non-league play at Iron Lakes Sports Club.
Megan McCullion's goal prevented a shutout for the Tribe, as she was assisted by Maris Stern on the play.
Lauren Burrows had 14 saves in the net for the Indians (9-9 overall).
Bangor blanked Pleasant Valley for a 1-0 non-conference victory.
The Bears slip to 12-6 overall on the season.
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-Notre Dame GP
Notre Dame of Green Pond took this non-league game, 7-1 over Tamaqua.
Gio Mowrey scored the first two goals for the Crusaders to get them rolling in the right direction.
Meanwhile, Matt Sweigart assisted Roberto Borrero on the Blue Raiders' only goal.
Dylan Rinkiewicz totalled 11 saves for Tamaqua.
Bastian Medina's two goals helped spark Lehigh Valley Christian to a 3-1 non-conference win over visiting Weatherly.
LVC's Wyatt Gehman followed with a goal and an assist, while Zach Stamper recorded an assist.
Mike Kennelly scored the Wreckers' lone goal in the first half.
Weatherly falls to 4-12 overall on the season, while Lehigh Valley Christian moves to 10-8.
Lehighton handed the Golden Bears a 3-0 loss by scores of 25 - 19, 25-9, 25-15 in a non-league
Jackie Jordan had 15 points on 11 kills and 4 aces, while Taylor Yurasits added 10 digs and 31 assists
Marian, N'western, Tamaqua at Pottsville Lady Tide Classic
Marian participated in the Pottsville Lady Tide Classic and came away with second place, defeating Tamaqua 3-0, and Northwestern Lehigh by the same score. Allentown Central Catholic defeated Marian 3-0 to end their run.
Individually for the Fillies, Abby O'Donnell garnered 57 assists, 12 aces, nine digs and three kills for the all-around strong performance. Ashton Galasso had 23 digs on the day, while Grace Boyle had 21 kills, 15 digs, three aces and two assists. Emily Pilla also had a noteworthy outing, delivering 17 aces, while also contributing 11 kills, eight digs, and five assists.