Local roundup: Results from March 21
Pleasant Valley picked up wins in baseball, softball and girls lacrosse on Tuesday.
Elsewhere, the Northwestern boys and girls lacrosse teams both picked up victories, while Lehighton topped Palmerton in tennis action.
ES South-Pleasant Valley
Anden Bordick’s grand slam in the third inning highlighted Pleasant Valley’s 13-2 Eastern Pennsylvania Conference victory over East Stroudsburg South.
Brodick finished with five RBIs in the Bears’ season opener.
PV’s Nathan Loch contributed two doubles, two runs and two RBIs, while Ben Mostosky added two singles, a pair of runs and two RBIs. The winners also received two hits and two runs from Sam Smale.
Ty Borger pitched five innings to earn the victory. Borger allowed three hits and two walks while striking out four.
East Stroudsburg South 002 00 - 2 3 0
Pleasant Valley 166 0x - 13 9 2
Rabbitt, Mitchell (3), Rasmussen (3) and Miller; Borger and Bordick. W - Borger. L - Rabbitt. HR: Pleasant Valley - Bordick (3rd, three on).
ES South-Pleasant Valley
Sam Ratti slugged two home runs and knocked in five to power Pleasant Valley to a 12-2 Eastern Pennsylvania Conference victory over East Stroudsburg South.
Jovie Valenzuela and Lydia Borger both added two hits, two runs and two RBIs to the winning cause, while Danica Getz doubled and drove home a pair of runs.
The Bears (1-0) also received a hit and two runs from Hailey Krock.
Kailynn Getz earned the win, striking out eight and allowing just two hits and no runs over four innings.
East Stroudsburg South 000 02 - 2 2 2
Pleasant Valley 532 2x - 12 11 4
Verwys and Alleit; K. Getz, Dorshimer (5) and Ratti. W - K. Getz. L - Verwys. HR: Pleasant Valley - Ratti 2 (1st, two on; 4th, one on).
Jim Thorpe-Notre Dame ES
Notre Dame East Stroudsburg turned back Jim Thorpe 6-4.
Oleska McAndrew had two hits, an RBI and a run scored for the Olympians. Tara McLean knocked in two of Thorpe’s four runs and finished with a double.
Belau tripled among her two hits and had a run scored for Notre Dame.
Jim Thorpe 100 000 3 - 4 5 3
Notre Dame-ES 100 130 x - 6 6 3
Schwartz and Zacharias. L - Schwartz.
Devon Bush scored eight goals in a 17-3 Pleasant Valley win against Freedom in Eastern Pennsylvania Conference play.
Rylee Rath also had five goals for the Bears. Olivia Iandoli was the third PV player with a multi-goal game with two. Morgan Ryals and Keylee Dugey each added a goal in the win.
Ava Collins scored six goals and Northwestern rolled to an 18-4 non-league win over Hazleton.
Collins also had two assists and five groundballs, finishing with eight points. Alexis Vennera added three goals and two assists and finished with five points for the Tigers, who led 11-0 at halftime.
Cara Thomas had four groundballs for the winners.
Blaine Snyder’s six-goal performance highlighted Northwestern’s 16-0 win over Bethlehem Catholic.
Austin Sosnovik added three goals and two assists for the Tigers, while Cade Christopher also added three goals.
Stone Sosnovik (one goal, two assists), Braxton Lakatosh (one goal, one assist), Devon Hildebrand (two assists), Josh Wambold (two assists), Ty Meck (one goal) and Colton Popp (one goal) also found the scoresheet in the win.
Freedom posted a 21-8 win over Pleasant Valley in EPC play.
Alex Hume had seven goals and an assist for the Patriots. William Power led the Bears (1-1) with three goals, while Gavin Bauman added two scores.
Lehighton edged Palmerton, 3-2.
The Indians remained undefeated at 3-0 thanks to the tandems of Daniel Hoppes and Edie Cordes, and Lucas Shatz and Trey Spring sweeping doubles play.
The Bombers (0-2) posted wins in singles play by Riley Fallon and Tyler Hager.
Lehighton 3, Palmerton 2
Bayto Cokrilja (L) def. Justin Sebelin 6-1, 4-6, 10-4; Riley Fallon (P) def. Bekim Cokrilja 1-6, 6-4, 10-5; Tyler Hager (P) def. Luke Blauch 6-4, 1-6, 10-2.
Daniel Hoppes/Edie Cordes (L) def. Anderson Garci-Escobar/Kaitlyn Heimbach 6-1, 6-1; Lucas Shatz/Trey Spring (L) def. Emily Bollinger/Hadlee Lake 6-0, 6-0.
Salisbury swept Jim Thorpe, 5-0.
The Falcons’ Nolan Grejda, Tristan Monahan and Jacob Knerr swept singles play.
The Olympians fell to 0-2.
Salisbury 5, Jim Thorpe 0
Nolan Grejda (S) def. Jaxson Gehris 6-3, 6-2; Tristan Monahan (S) def. Jayden Chambers 6-1, 6-2; Jacob Knerr (S) def. Max Priore 6-0, 6-0.
Mo Sulieman/Ahmed Sulieman (S) def. Ian Walck/Alex Plesniarski 6-0, 6-0; Salisbury won by forfeit.