Lehighton boys soccer, field hockey win
Palmerton's John Perloni steps into a kick as Northern Lehigh's Quinton Mack (17) defends. MIKE FEIFEL/TIMES NEWS
The Lehighton boys soccer team enjoyed a rout of North Schuylkill over the weekend, while the Indians' field hockey team blanked Dallas 2-0.
Lehighton rolled by North Schuylkill in Schuylkill League action, 9-2.
Patrick Lawler led Lehighton with two goals and an assist.
Isaiah Everett also added two goals for the Indians. Logan Lucas, Dan Sharp, Jake Petit-Clair, and Ben Mathisen all scored during the rout.
Blue Mountain-Jim Thorpe
Blue Mountain edged Jim Thorpe in overtime, 2-1.
Blue Mountain's Owen Oakley scored the game winner in the extra session.
Williams scored on a penalty kick for the Olympians.
Palmerton rolled by Northern Lehigh in a Colonial League battle, 6-1.
John Perloni had two goals to lead the Bombers. Brody Boehler, Jesse DeKorte, Jarrett Long, and Corlan Wood all scored during the win. Chris Fine scored for Northern Lehigh.
Jim Thorpe earned a 2-0 non-league win over Weatherly.
Brielle Long and Lydia Wallace did the scoring for the Olympians.
Northern Lehigh and Lehighton played to a 3-3 non-league draw on Saturday.
Thera Hibbler, Katie Aaron, and Ashley Marchessault all scored for the Tribe. Hibbler and Aaron each added assists.
Jillian Olewine scored two times for the Bulldogs, while Abby Merkle added a goal.
ES South-Pleasant Valley
Pleasant Valley blanked East Stroudsburg South in Eastern Pennsylvania Conference play, 2-0.
Jennifer Whyte and Morgan Covart both scored for the Bears. Danielle DiMarco and Teah Cardoza each had assists.
Tamaqua shut out Nativity in a non-league match, 5-0.
Sophia Boyle led the Raiders with two scored.
Angela Ceci, Kayla Sherry, and Alyssa Campomizi each added goals. Emma Kuczynski added a pair of assists.
Lehighton shut out Dallas in a non-league action, 2-0.
Lauren Marks and Maura Phelan scored for the Tribe. Michelle Bozilesky had five saves for the Indians.
Northwestern defeated Palmerton 2-1 in a Colonial League match.
Kailyn Kolnik scored the Bombers' goal.
Kutztown swept Jim Thorpe, 5-0.
Jillian Siefert won No. 1 singles for Kutztown, 6-3, 6-0. Brianna Wendling followed in No. 2 singles with a 6-1, 6-1 victory.
Kutztown 5, Jim Thorpe 0
Jillian Siefert (K) def. Leanne Van Essendelft 6-3, 6-0; Brianna Wendling (K) def. Christy McLean 6-1, 6-1; Hannah Sanders (K) def. Kaitlyn O'Neil 6-2, 6-0
Bangor topped Pleasant Valley in a non-league contest, 4-3.
Masani Francis picked up a No. 1 singles win for the Bears over Bailey Andreeko. The two tandems of Rebecca Makrides and Alyssa Wagner, and Cambry Galler and Grace Ventuo were both victorious.
Bangor 4, Pleasant Valley 3
Masani Francis (PV) def. Bailey Andreeko 6-4, 6-2; Jen LaBar (B) def. Haley White 2-6, 6-3, 6-4; Morgan Putvinski (B) def. Riley Wagner 6-2, 6-2.
Bailey Andreeko/Jen LaBar (B) def. Masani Francis/Haley White 6-0, 7-6(6); Rebecca Makrides/Alyssa Wagner (PV) def. Kaitlyn Merklinger/GG Murgia 6-3, 7-5; Cambry Galler/Grace Venuto (PV) def.
Giora Beltrano/Erica Gordon 6-2, 3-6, 6-3; K. Franzone/L. Plimpton (B) def. Arielle Holding/Kalleigh West 4-6, 7-5, 6-1.
Williams Valley-Jim Thorpe
Jim Thorpe swept Williams Valley in non-league action, 25-4, 25-9, 25-8.
Kelsey Carrol paved the way for Thorpe (3-1) with six aces, five kills, and 16 assists. Mackenzie Rosenberger added nine kills.
Garden Spot Tournament
Marian picked up a victory against Strath Haven at the Garden Spot Invitational Tournament. During the victory, Jasmine Mooney had 14 kills, five aces, and 11 digs, while Carly Kosciolek contributed nine kills and four blocks.
The Fillies went 2-6 on the afternoon, picking up another victory against Strath Haven. Parkland, Pope John Paul II, and Exeter each topped Marian.
Pleasant Valley finished second at the Pocono Classic.
The Bears picked up wins in pool play over Crestwood in pool play. In the playoffs, lower-seeded PV pulled an upset and picked up a win over Wyalusing 25-18, 25-22. The Bears fell to Mt. Olive in the finals.
Stat leaders for the day include Cameron Caffrey, who had 36 digs and 44 assists, while Renee Mapa had 22 kills and 10 blocks. Des Powell had 16 kills and 19 digs, while Ari Weaver dished out 25 assists and 13 kills.
Lebanon Valley Invitational
Tamaqua participated in the Lebanon Valley Invitational over the weekend.
The girls' team finished in fourth place, with Sarah Maue coming in 10th. Brad Clemson led the boys' team with a 13th place finished, as the team came in 10th.