Local Roundup: Results from Sept. 14
Tyler Steigerwalt’s big day helped the Tamaqua boys soccer team earn a win over North Schuylkill Monday.
Elsewhere, the Palmerton, Weatherly and Northwestern golf teams also picked up wins, while Lehighton recorded a split.
Tyler Steigerwalt’s hat trick sparked Tamaqua to a 4-1 Schuylkill League win over North Schuylkill.
Ian Davis added a score and an assist for the Blue Raiders, while Mike Shlanta and Justin Lewis chipped in with assists. Jon Ulicny finished with five saves in the win.
John Merionale posted the Spartans’ lone goal, while Dylan Phillips recorded 11 saves.
Palmerton cruised to a 391-555 Colonial League win over Salisbury.
Josh Suto paced the Blue Bombers with a 73, while Connor Reinhard and Dominic Kintz both shot a 77. Tyler Hager (81) and Jacob Sutton (83) rounded out the scoring for Palmerton.
Palmerton 391, Salisbury 555
Josh Suto 73, Connor Reinhard 77, Dominic Kintz 77, Tyler Hager 81, Jacob Sutton 83.
Nick Jewell 101, AJ Linn 109, Philip Natosi 111, Ava Smarch 115, Jake Zellin 119.
Weatherly pulled out a 405-414 Schuylkill League win over Marian.
Ben Ramirez earned medalist honors for the Wreckers with a 90.
Walter Pavlik paced Marian with a 95. Carl Moyer also shot under 100, finishing with a 99.
Weatherly 405, Marian 414
Ben Ramirez 90, Maddie VonFrisch 105, Jack Nemshick 105, Ethan Broskoski 105.
Walter Pavlik 95, Carl Moyer 99, Luke Walser 109, Mason Mazurkiwecz 111.
Match played at Mountain Valley Golf Course.
No. Schuylkill-Jim Thorpe
North Schuylkill took down Jim Thorpe for a 384-452 Schuylkill League victory.
The Spartans’ Jeff Markosky recorded medalist honors with a low of 86.
Ed Weaver posted an Olympians’ best of 88.
North Schuylkill 384, Jim Thorpe 452
Ed Weaver 88, Connor Rodgers 112, Michael Carroll 122, Kyler Enderes 130.
Jeff Markosky 86, Mike Reilley 94, Anthony Markosky 98, Connor Groody 106.
Played at Jack Frost National.
Lehighton split in a Schuylkill League tri-meet against Pottsville and Blue Mountain.
The Indians were victorious over Pottsville (354-451), but fell 323-354 to Blue Mountain.
The Blue Eagles’ Connor Glurghel carded medalist honors with a score of 72.
Aaron Miller paced the Indians with a 75.
Rylen Matlock led the Tide with a 94.
Blue Mountain 323, Lehighton 354, Pottsville 451
Aaron Miller 75, Jack Lorenz 88, Trey Spring 92, Kyle Nahf 99.
Connor Glurghel 72, Derrick Yuengling 73, Matt Campfield 88, Preston Sincavage 90.
Rylen Matlock 94, David Troutman 110, Corey Rindn 119, Ty;er Diehl 128.
Played at Olde Homestead.
Northwestern edged Notre Dame Green Pond for a 487-494 Colonial League win.
Noah Smargiassi and Tyler Stasko tied for a Tigers’ low, as both finished with 91.
The Crusaders’ Ben Ortwein posted medalist honors with a score of 73.
Northwestern 487, Notre Dame GP 494
Noah Smargiassi 91, Tyler Tasko 91, Ryan Kensinger 99, Nick Scott 103, Dan Jackson 103.
NOTRE DAME GP
Ben Ortwein 73, Luke Gubernot 88, Luke Bender 108, Andrew Lessig 111, Jordan Duffy 114.
Jim Thorpe, Lehighton, Pine Grove at Blue Mountain
Blue Mountain swept a Schuylkill League meet against Jim Thorpe, Lehighton and Pine Grove.
In the girls’ meet, the Eagles dispatched the Indians 15-50 and out ran the Olympians 15-48. On the boys’ side, Blue Mountain defeated Lehighton 19-44 and topped Jim Thorpe 16-43.
The Cardinals did not have enough runners to score as a team in either competition.
Olivia Haas led the Eagles with a victory in the girls’ meet, crossing the line in 19:20, while Colin Phipps won the boys’ race for Blue Mountain in 18:22.
Aubrey Bonner led the Olympians in sixth-place, finishing with a time of 23:57. Lydia Wallace (24:16, eighth) and Megan Rosahac (ninth, 24:18) also recorded top-10 finishes for Jim Thorpe, which topped Lehighton 20-42.
Kelsey Gaston placed second overall for the Indians with a time of 21:42.
Ryan Bailor was the top finisher for the Olympians, placing sixth with a time of 19:14. Ridge Snyder (20:03) also logged a top-10 finish to help Jim Thorpe defeat Lehighton 21-36.
Owen Serfass (21:20) and Brandon Hall (22:00) were 18th and 19th, respectively, for the Indians.
Blue Mountain 15, Lehighton 50
Blue Mountain 15, Jim Thorpe 48
Lehighton 15, Pine Grove 50 (forfeit)
Jim Thorpe 21, Lehighton 36
Jim Thorpe 15, Pine Grove 50 (forfeit)
1. Colin Phipps (BM) 18:22, 2. Justice Scheidel (BM) 18:24. 3. Tanner Rabenstein (BM) 18:52, 4. Colby Petrizzo (BM) 19:03, 5. Cole Schaffer (BM) 19:12, 6. Ryan Bailor (JT), 7. Shane DaSilva (BM), 8. Ian Harris (BM), 9. Ridge Snyder (JT), 10. Alex Ward (BM), 11. Jordan Remmel (JT), 12. Chase Wargo (BM), 13. Ethan Phipps (BM), 14. Brian Sherry (BM), 15. Mitch N. (BM).
Blue Mountain 19, Lehighton 44
Blue Mountain 16, Jim Thorpe 43
Jim Thorpe 20, Lehighton 42
1. Olivia Haas (BM) 19:20, 2. Kelsey Gaston (L) 21:42, 3. Cecilia Chipriano (BM) 22:20, 4. Leah Scheidel (BM) 22:41, 5. Andie Hollander (BM) 23:30, 6. Aubrey Bonner (JT), 7. Ava DiSante (BM), 8. Lydia Wallace (JT), 9. Megan Rosahac (JT), 10. Laura Laughlin (BM), 11. Sarah Magdeburg (BM), 12. Nicole Carroll (JT), 13. Isabelle Acker (JT), 14. McKenzie Shoemaker (BM), 15. McKenzie Snyder (JT).
Weatherly, Mahanoy Area, Sch. Haven at Shenandoah
The Weatherly boys had the top three runners to help sweep a Schuylkill League Division 2 quad meet.
The Wreckers defeated Shenandoah Valley, Mahanoy Area and Schuylkill Haven.
Scott Zoscin crossed the finish line first in 19:18, while teammate Frank Willis followed four seconds later. Weatherly’s Jacon Parker was third.
In the girls meet, the Wreckers’ Danielle Gordon finished second in the race in a time of 25:14.
Weatherly 21, Shenandoah Valley 34
Weatherly 15, Mahanoy Area 46
Weatherly 17, Schuylkill Haven 42
1. Scott Zoscin (W) 19:18, 2. Frank Willis (W) 19:22, 3. Jacob Parker (W) 19:28, 4. Joelvi Nunez (SV) 19:31, 5. Astin Daniel (SH) 20:04, 6. Connor Stasulli (SV) 20:05, 7. Diego Olayo (SV) 20:13, 8. Michael Berger (W) 20:15, 9. Ricky Ray (W) 20:17, 10. Ivan Monjaraz (SV) 20:21.
Mahanoy Area 15, Weatherly 50
1. Maddison Quick (MA) 23:53, 2. Danielle Gordon (W) 25:14, 3. Marissa Fridirici (SH) 25:25, 4. Saragrace Minnig (SH) 25:44, 5. Kaylee Senglar (MA) 26:01, 6. Angie Donovan (SV) 28:02, 7. Elizabeth Marshman (W) 28:35, 8. Madison Bowles (MA) 28:49, 9. Shayla Mullen (MA) 28:51, 10. Isabella Kramer (MA) 30:49.
Both the Marian boys and girls swept a tri-meet against Nativity and Gillingham Charter.
Kevin Early won the boys race in a time of 17:28, while the Colts’ John Malarkey placed fourth.
In the girls race, Marian’s Grace Curnow finished first in 20:46 while teammate Maddie Dando took second.
Marian 26, Nativity 31
Marian 15, Gillingham Charter 50
1. Kevin Earley (M) 17:28, 2. Joey Rossi (N) 17:38, 3. Alex Mathers (N) 17:40, 4. John Malarkey (M) 17:51, 5. Aidan Cassidy (N) 17:52, 6. Albin Petschauer (M) 17:52, 7. Liam Sanphy (M) 18:07, 8. Alex Porambo (M) 18:14, 9. Matt O (N) 18:18, 10. Daniel Holincheck (M) 18:36.
Marian 15, Nativity 50
Marian 15, Gillingham Charter 50
1. Grace Curnow (M) 20:46, 2. Maddie Dando (M) 21:19, 3. Isabella Genao (M) 22:37, 4. Emma Ashfield (M) 23:11, 5. Karen Holbert (GC) 24:04, 6. Haley Curnow (M) 24:18, 7. Joei Najunas (N) 24:37, 8. Jacinda Webber (GC) 25:47, 9. Abdrea Vaupel (N) 29:04.
Marian swept Weatherly, 25-9, 25-7, 25-10 in Schuylkill League action.
The Fillies were led at the net by Alivia Karchner (eight kills), and Kelly Sullivan (two kills and two blocks). Marian dominated from the service line the entire match as it piled up 23 aces. Jamison Wheeler led the way with six aces, while Karchner and Ashlyn Klitsch added five apiece.
Jim Thorpe rolled to a 25-3, 25-8, 25-6 Schuylkill League win over Tamaqua.
Brandy Montemuro had eight kills and to lead the Olympians at the net, while Abbey McGinley’s 12 digs led the way defensively. Jim Thorpe had 24 aces in the match including nine from Olivia Wolfe, five from McGinley, and four apiece from Montemuro and Andi Hoherchak.
Blue Mountain swept Lehighton 25-11, 25-8, 25-7 in a Schuylkill League match.
The Eagles also won the JV contest, 2-0.
No other information from this match was provided to the Times News.
Salisbury posted a 4-1 non-league win over Jim Thorpe.
Kaylinn Trine and Hailey Trine earned a doubles victory for the Olympians.
Salisbury 4, Jim Thorpe 1
Bryn Kubinsky (S) def. Christy McLean 6-2, 6-1; Paige Gibbons (S) def. Gabby Nunez 6-3, 6-4; Mackenzie Hankee (S) def. Trista Gehris 6-0, 6-4.
Maisie Oliver/Krista Bonge (S) def. Tara McLean/Sophia Samoleski 4-6, 7-6 (7-3), 10-8; Kaylinn Trine/Hailey Trine (JT) def. Marcie Silberman/Anna Bitar 6-3, 7-5.
Pleasant Valley-ES South
Pleasant Valley knocked off East Stroudsburg South for a 3-1 Eastern Pennsylvania Conference win.
Brianna Noel and Kassidy Schupp notched singles’ victories for the Bears.
Shylah Healy and Ashley Kobacs helped seal the deal with a win in doubles.
Pleasant Valley 3, ES South 1
Cyara Wimmer (ESS) def. Julia DeYoung 4-6, 6-2, 6-3; Brianna Noel (PV) def. Angelina Hernandez 6-0, 6-0; Kassidy Schupp (PV) def. Nekelle Thomas 6-1, 6-4.
Shylah Healy/Ashley Kobacs (PV) def. Emily Greydanus/Angelina Hernandez 8-4 proset.
Tamaqua-Notre Dame ES
Notre Dame of East Stroudsburg walked away with a 4-1 non-league victory over Tamaqua.
Sabrina Pratt picked up a hard-fought three set win in No. 1 singles for the Blue Raiders.
Notre Dame ES 4, Tamaqua 1
Sabrina Pratt Tam.def. Rachel Krechel 4-6, 7-5, 10-8; Annika Patrow (NDES) def. Nami Choi 6-0, 6-4; Mrya Jankowski (NDES) def. Anjelika Bollentino 6-3, 6-3.
Lianna Hilario/Macy Schnatter (NDES) def. Lessile Antinio Martinez/Emily Antonio Matinez 6-0, 6-2; Taloy Pansey/Veronica Guerio (NDES) def. Emily Hunsicker/Juliana Bowman 6-0, 6-1.
Lehighton earned 2-1 overtime victory against Northwest Area.
No other information was provided to the Times News.
A four-goal effort from Elyssa Yeagley lifted Williams Valley to a 13-0 Schuylkill League Division 2 victory over Weatherly.
The winners also received three tallies from Emma Crisswell.
Parkland Youth Fall League
L. Macungie-Franklin Twp.
Franklin Township rolled to a 9-3 win over Lower Macungie in the Parkland Youth League.
Cole Dietz earned the win for the Mud Dawgs, striking out seven over five innings of work. Patrick Devitt had three hits for Franklin, which improved to 4-1.
Cody Snyder, Carter Bellis and Brady Stubits also added hits in the victory.