Rudy leads Tamaqua to soccer win
Katelyn Rudy had a big game to lead Tamaqua to a girls soccer victory over Lehighton on Wednesday
Tamaqua scored three unanswered goals to clam a 3-1 Schuylkill League Division I win over Lehighton.
Katelyn Rudy scored the first two goals for the Blue Raiders (5-6-1), and Jamie Zuber added the final goal. Kayla Sherry had two assists for Tamaqua. Flo Rios made six saves.
The Indians got on the board first on a Thera Hibler goal.
Salisbury pulled away from Palmerton for a 4-1 Colonial League win.
Madison Jewell scored twice for the Falcons, who found the back of the cage three times in the second half.
Sayler Burke had the Bleu Bombers’ only goal.
Lehighton and Tamaqua competed in a three-team Schuylkill League meet.
The Tamaqua girls went 2-0, while Lehighton finished 1-1.
Sarah Maue won the girls’ race with a time of 21:42. Teammates Kailee Carroll and Frances Kabana finished second and third, respectively. Lehighton’s Kelsey Gaston finished fourth.
The Raider boys also finished a perfect 2-0, and the Lehighton boys went 1-1.
Tamaqua’s Brad Clemson was victorious with a time of 18:33. Lehighton’s Anthony Tavella finished second, while teammate Evan Beers came in third.
Tamaqua 17, Pottsville 45
Tamaqua 17, Lehighton 44
Lehighton 25, Pottsville 33
1. Sarah Maue (T) 21:42, 2. Kailee Carroll (T) 21:59, 3. Frances Kabana (T) 22:32, 4. Kelsey Gaston (L) 23:23, 5. Brenna Nagle (P) 22:39, 6. Lottie Mateyak (T) 24:00, 7. Olivia Stanek (T) 24:30, 8. Tinaya Klotz (L) 24:33, 9. Brianna Dumond (T) 24:36, 10. Paige Mervine (P) 24:55, 11. Madelyn Jones (P) 24:55, 12. Emma Motto (P) 25:04, 13. April Gerber (T) 25:11, 14. Sarah Laible (L) 25:15, 15. Arianna Ryan (T) 25:17.
Tamaqua 15, Pottsville 50
Tamaqua 23, Lehighton 38
Lehighton 18, Pottsville 41
1. Brad Clemson (T) 18:33, 2. Anthony Tavella (L) 20:00, 3. Evan Beers (L) 20:14, 4. Brandon Fogarty (T) 20:32, 5. Isaac Miller (T) 20:44, 6. Detrick Borden (T) 20:46, 7. Dair Miller (T) 20:58, 8. Chris Osenbach (T) 20:59, 9. Carson Krell (T) 21:38, 10. Addison Howland (L) 21:41, 11. Nathan Lucykanish (L) 22:06, 12. Daniel Albertini (P) 22:12, 13. James Bell (P) 22:16, 14. Zach Haslam (P) 22:49, 15. Xavier Cuadrado (T) 23:09.
William Allen defeated Tamaqua 5-1 in a non-league match.
The Tamaqua tandem of Julie Billing and Emily Fisher picked up a doubles win.
William Allen 5, Tamaqua 1
Roth Stuart (WA) def. Brooke Williams (T) 6-3,6-4; Lindsay Shoemaker (WA) def. Alexis Breiner 6-1, 6-1; Anna Tjeltreit (WA) def. Molly Clemson (T) 6-2 6-1.
Tiffany Serra/Lauren Tuller (WA) def. Emily Fisher/Madison Wickersham 6-4, 6-2; Carrie Spangler/Kayla Kiernan (WA) def. Jocelyn Rega/Annika Stahler (T) 6-2, 6-1; Julie Billing/Emily Fisher (T) def. Claire Patterson/Melissa Fatzinger 8-4.
Blue Mountain-Jim Thorpe
Blue Mountain swept Jim Thorpe 5-0 in a Schuylkill League match.
Blue Mountain 5, Jim Thorpe 0
Imani Mika (B) def. Leanne Van Essendelft 6-1, 6-1; Paige Blankenhorn (B) def. Christy McLean 6-2, 6-1; Anna Gumder (B) def. Kaitlyn O’Neil 6-1, 6-2.
Rachel Freed/Lily Wright (B) def. Angelica Uzar/Evelyn Flores 6-1, 6-1; Lauren Gumder/Bree Panchari (B) def. Chloe Getz/Triselle Samuels 6-1, 6-0.
Catasauqa defeated Palmerton in a Colonial League game 20-25, 24-26, 25-23, 25-19, 15-8.
No other information was provided to the Times News.
PM East-Pleasant Valley
After dropping the first set, Pleasant Valley rolled to a 14-25, 25-15, 25-20, 25-20 Eastern Pennsylvania Conference win.
Cameron Caffrey had a career-high 41 assists to go along with 11 digs and three kills. Des Powell added 17 kills, nine digs and one block. Renee Mapa had 13 kills and 11 blocks, while Arianna Weaver recorded nine kills, seven assists and five digs
MID. SCHOOL FOOTBALL
Lehighton and Panther Valley fought to a 0-0 tie on Monday.
The Indians’ Richard Christman had the defensive play of the game as he broke up the fourth down Panther Valley pass at the goal line in the final minutes to preserve the tie.
Lehighton is 2-1-1, while PV is 2-2-1.
JR. HIGH BASKETBALL
Tamaqua defeated Shenandoah, 39-31.
Serena Jones had 14 points, and Ashley Jones added nine to lead the Raiders.