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Local roundup: Results from April 25

The Northwestern baseball and softball teams each picked up wins against Notre Dame Green Pond on Thursday, while Pleasant Valley earned victories in girls lacrosse and baseball action.


N’western-Notre Dame GP

Justin Augustus had three hits and two RBIs to lead Northwestern to a 12-4 win over Notre Dame Green Pond in Colonial League action.

Bobby Croneberger scored two runs, had two hits and two RBIs, and Justin Farber and Josh Lichman each added two RBIs for the Tigers, who moved to 12-3 overall with their 11th straight win.

Shaun O’Donnell twirled a complete game for Northwestern and allowed three hits.

With the loss, Notre Dame slipped to 6-8.

Northwestern 325 020 0 - 12 8 1

Notre Dame 000 130 0 - 4 3 0

O’Connell and Augustus; Silvius, Jacobs (3), Rivituso (5), and Massardier. W - O’Connell. L - Silvius.

Jim Thorpe-Williams Valley

Brody Schrantz had two hits, two RBIs, and scored two runs to lead Jim Thorpe to a 10-3 win over Williams Valley.

Matt Domski knocked in two runs, Josh Louk had two hits and scored three runs, and Cole Lazorick had two hits and an RBI for the Olympians (3-10), who locked up the game with a five-run seventh.

Nikolas Schwartz allowed two hits, struck out five and walked five in a complete-game effort for the winners.

With the loss, Williams Valley sank to 3-11.

Jim Thorpe 021 101 5 - 10 9 3

Williams Valley 200 100 0 - 3 2 6

Schwartz and MoDavis; Boehmer, Adams (7), Barr (7), and Barner. W - Schwartz. L - Boehmer.

Pleasant Valley-No. Lehigh

London Smith fired a three-hitter over five-plus innings to pace Pleasant Valley to a 5-0 non-league win over Northern Lehigh.

Smith struck out two before he gave way to Ty Borger, who held Northern Lehigh hitless the rest of the way. Zach Pandolfo, Ian Campbell, Dakoda Lucas and Jacob George each had two hits for the Bears (5-9).

Brayden Buskirk, Brayden Tossi, and Jack Tosh each had a hit for Northern Lehigh (3-10).

Pleasant Valley 103 010 0 - 5 10 0

Northern Lehigh 000 000 0 - 0 3 2

Smith, Borger (5) and Green; Schaeffer, Christman (3) and B. Buskirk. W - Smith. L - Schaeffer.


Josue Rodriguez drove in four runs on three hits and scored two runs to help Executive Education top Weatherly 20-3 in three innings in non-league action.

Executive wasted little time, exploding for nine runs in the top of the first. Randiel Araujo added three runs, two hits, and three RBIs for the winners (6-5). Angel Villalona limited Weatherly to one hit and struck out six.

Jack James had the only hit for the Wreckers, who dropped to 1-11.

Executive Education 974 - 20 17 2

Weatherly 021 - 3 1 3

Villalona and Cartegena; Donadi, Connors (2), Jacoby (3) and Eroh, Jacoby. W - Villalona. L - Donadi.

Southern Lehigh-Palmerton

Southern Lehigh jumped out to an early lead and later sealed the victory with six-run seventh inning in an 11-4 Colonial League win over Palmerton.

Logan Kessler had two hits and an RBI, while Luke Kawczenski and Janssen Brown both had two hits and an RBI for the Spartans, who raised their record to 10-5 on the season.

Jacob Grammes had three hits and two RBIs for the Bombers (4-11). His RBI single gave Palmerton a 1-0 lead in the home first. Brayden Hosier added an RBI single.

Southern Lehigh 003 020 6 - 11 10 2

Palmerton 100 001 2 - 4 6 4

Kessler, Moscato (6), and Calabra; George, Grammes (3), Hosier (6), Becker (7), and Stroup. W - Kessler. L - George.


N’western-Notre Dame GP

Northwestern remained unbeaten in Colonial League play with an 8-4 victory over Notre Dame of Green Pond.

Isabella Akelaitis opened the fifth with the first of four doubles in that inning for the Tigers (13-1 overall; 10-0 CL), and scored on an Abby Dunstan RBI single.

Shelby Mitman had a two-run double, Ella Bressi added a fielder’s choice RBI and Rylee McGinley capped the scoring with an RBI double.

Mitman collected three hits in four at-bats. She finished with three doubles, a run scored and three RBIs. McGinley (two singles, double, run scored, RBI), Akelaitis (single, triple, two runs, RBI) and Emma Freeman (two doubles, two runs, RBI) all had multiple hits.

Danica Gross paced the Crusaders (7-6; 7-4) with two doubles, a run scored and two RBIs.

Northwestern 003 050 0 - 8 14 1

Notre Dame GP 000 211 0 - 4 8 0

Freeman and Dunstan; Hangen, Szczepanski (6), Fisher (6) and Shields. W - Freeman. L - Hangen.

Southern Lehigh-Palmerton

Palmerton pounded out 18 hits en route to a 13-3 Colonial League victory over Southern Lehigh.

Winning pitcher Carly Gaffney collected three of those hits, including the 124th of her career to set a new school record, and knocked in two runs.

Palmerton’s Sydney Frantz added a pair of hits, including her 100th. One of her hits was a triple and she added three RBIs.

Megan Matsko finished with three hits and knocked in a pair of runs, while Cadee Munjone also banged out three hits, one of them a double.

The Bombers, now 12-1 overall and 9-1 in the league, received two hits from both Hailey Barry and Hailey Delgado.

Southern Lehigh 000 03 - 3 7 2

Palmerton 038 02 - 13 18 2

Young and Davies; Gaffney and Delgado, Schneider. W - Gaffney. L - Young. HR: So. Lehigh - Padden (5th, two on).

Marian-Panther Valley

Morgan Kelly allowed just one hit over five innings and struck out 11 to lead Marian to an 11-0 victory over Panther Valley.

Danica Karlick had two hits and drove in four runs, while Deanna Pugh finished with three hits, three runs and an RBI.

The Fillies (8-5; 5-4) also received a pair of runs and an RBI from Malina Letcher.

Janessa Prudente had the only hit for Panther Valley (6-7; 4-5).

Marian 524 00 - 11 6 0

Panther Valley 000 00 - 0 1 4

Kelly and Grabosky; Prudente, Alabovitz (4) and Yuricheck. W - Kelly. L - Prudente.

Lourdes-Jim Thorpe

Jim Thorpe’s Mara Levins hit two home runs, but it wasn’t enough as Lourdes posted an 11-5 Schuylkill League victory over the Olympians.

Levins blasted a solo homer in the first inning and added a two-run shot in the seventh.

Thorpe’s Sarah Hartman finished with three hits and two runs.

For the Red Raiders, Hailee Brown connected for a three-run homer, while Kamryn Kotzo and Arianna Adams both contributed two hits and a pair of runs.

The loss dropped the Olympians to 3-11 overall and 0-9 in the league.

Lourdes 021 141 2 - 11 9 0

Jim Thorpe 110 100 2 - 5 7 4

M. Adams and A. Adams; Levins and Zacharias. W - M. Adams. L - Levins. HR: Lourdes - Brown (5th, two on); Jim Thorpe - Levins 2 (1st, none on; 7th, one on).


Kara Reyes starred in the circle and at the plate to lead Executive Education to a 16-1 non-league victory over Weatherly.

Reyes pitched a one-hitter and struck out 12, while collecting three hits, three runs and two RBIs in the batter’s box.

The Raptors’ Ariana Ramos also finished with three hits - one a double - and four RBIs.

Abby Weston collected the only hit, a triple, for the Wreckers, who fell to 3-8.

Executive Ed. 501 (10) - 16 10 0

Weatherly 100 0 - 1 1 3

Reyes and Moyer; Strohl and Caldwell. W - Reyes. L - Strohl.



Alex Johnson and Tony Solivan each scored three goals to help Freedom edge Northwestern, 10-9.

Blaine Snyder scored three goals and added an assist for the Tigers, who slipped to 6-6, while Devon Hildebrand had two goals and four assists.

Northwestern’s Tyler Kaas finished with two goals and a helper, with Stone Sosnovik and Michael Lagowy each netting a goal.

Tiger goalie Bailen Smargiassi registered 21 saves.


Moravian A.-Pleasant Vy.

Eleven different players scored goals for Pleasant Valley, which cruised to an 18-3 victory over Moravian Academy.

Olivia Iandoli led the way for the Bears with four goals and three assists, while Rylee Rath added three scores and two helpers.

Devon Bush also notched a hat trick and an assist.

Other goals were scored by Alivia Rath, Sam Ecker, Riley Green, Samantha Miller, Morgan Ryals, Carley Rehrig and Ashley Palmieri.

The Bears, now 15-0, also received four saves from Abygail Borger.


Emma Yanders posted her 200th-career save for Northwestern, but Freedom avoided an upset by pulling out an 8-6 win.

Olivia Costa and Cara Thomas both had two goals for the Tigers, who fell to 3-9. Sydney Wright and Ella Collins each added a goal.

Yanders finished with 12 saves for Northwestern.

The victory upped Freedom to 9-4.


Pleasant Valley-PM West

On Wednesday afternoon, Pleasant Valley split its meet against Pocono Mountain West.

East Stroudsburg South also participated, but didn’t score against the Bears.

Jareal Moore had firsts in the 100 and 200 to help the PV boys gain a 77-63 victory.

Nemani Moon (200) and Kara Miller (discus) both won events for the Bears girls team, but PV dropped a 90-51 decision.


Pleasant Valley 77, PM West 63

100 - 1. Jareal Moore (PV) 11.3, 2. Gianna Gonnella (ESS), 3. Michael Acheampong (ESS); 200 - 1. Jareal Moore (PV) 23.7, 2. Onias Richardson (PV), 3. Oliver Cadet (PMW); 400 - 1. Mark Jackson (PMW) 52.3, 2. James Moton (PV), 3. Alex Codrington (PMW); 800 - 1. Mark Jackson (PMW) 2:02.24, 2. Adam Korytkowski (ESS), 3. Brandon Makara (PV); 1600 - 1. Martin Green (PV) 5:07.6, 2. Daniel Trebour (PV), 3. Bonnie Wonjohi (ESS); 3200 - 1. Shawn Belfon (PMW) 12:12.7, 2. Matthew Archer (PMW), 3. Pablo Soto-Moreno (ESS); 110H - 1. Alex Codrington (PMW) 16.1, 2. Anthony Panepinto (ESS), 3. Joel Monteil (ESS); 300H - 1. Matthew Altemose (PV) 45.9, 2. Jaydin Clarke (ESS), 3. Taevian Parker (PV); 400 relay - 1. East Stroudsburg South 46.0; 1600 relay - 1. Pocono Mountain West 3:41.7; 3200 relay - 1. Pleasant Valley (Brandon Makara, Jacob Chechel, Martin Green, Lorenzo Demaio) 9:33.9; Shot put - 1. Jalian Cherif (ESS) 39-2, 2. Margentz Louis (PMW), 3. Bobby Eannuzzi (PMW); Discus - 1. Jonathan Adjin-Tettey (ESS) 119-9, 2. Taevian Parker (PV), 3. Nicholas Bruckman (PV); Javelin - 1. Ivan Laubach (ESS) 142-4, 2. Kaden Zerfoss (ESS), 3. Cole Carvahlo (ESS); Long jump - 1. Zhaiden Dennis (ESS) 19-6, 2. Tajal Herbert (ESS), 3. Tyler Weidman (PV); Triple jump - 1. Bill Udeh (ESS) 39-8, 2. Brandon Young (PV), 3. Joseph Ng (ESS); High jump - 1. Xavier Williams (ESS) 5-7, 2. Musa Kromah (PMW), 3. Brandon Young (PV); Pole vault

- 1. Hunter Miller (ESS) 8-6.


PM West 90, Pleasant Valley 51

100 - 1. Taylor Cofer-Walcott (ESS) 13.0, 2. Gianna Sonera (ESS), 3. Mia Bowden (PMW); 200 - 1. Nemani Moon (PV) 27.4, 2. Mia Bowden (PMW), 3. Gianna Sonera (ESS); 400 - 1. Sky Williams (PMW) 1:04.7, 2. Brooke Greene (PV), 3. Adiana Ssenyondo (PMW); 800 - 1. Kaya Meler (PMW) 2:31.1, 2. Danielle Boland (PV), 3. Hannah Bossuyt (PMW); 1600 - 1. Hannah Bossuyt (PMW) 6:08.7, 2. Maya McDonnell (ESS), 3. Keeley Lawrence (PV); 3200 - 1. Kaya Meler (PMW) 12:13.7, 2. Marta Czuma (ESS); 100H - 1. Jasmin Perez (ESS) 18.2, 2. Halina Goicoechea (ESS), 3. Kimora Woods (ESS); 300H - 1. Katherine Amundsen (ESS) 51.7, 2. Madison Clark (PMW), 3. Fiona Clare (ESS); 400 relay - 1. East Stroudsburg South 51.8; 1600 relay - 1. Pocono Mountain West 5:10.73; 3200 relay - 1. Pleasant Valley (Brianna Bruckman, Brooke Greene, Shannon Price, Danielle Boland) 11:21.7; Shot put - 1. Nayeli Moliere (PMW) 30-9, 2. Kara Miller (PV), 3. Brooke Nwigwe (ESS); Discus - 1. Kara Miller (PV) 94-2.5, 2. Sienna McNamara-Burkett (PMW), 3. Layla Cherif (ESS): Javelin - 1. Shaela Bedell (ESS) 101-5.5, 2. Kara Miller (PV), 3. Johanna Zearfoss (ESS); Long jump - 1. Emma Campusano (PMW) 13-7, 2. Jyniha Pilgrim (PMW), 3. Halina Goicoechea (ESS); Triple jump - 1. Emma Campusano (PMW) 30-11, 2. Isabella McDonald (ESS), 3. Isabella Manley (ESS); High jump - 1. Emma Campusano (PMW) 4-11, 2. Isabella McDonald (ESS), 3. Keziah Delph (PMW); Pole vault

- 1. Olivia Wszola (ESS) 8-0, 2. Isabella Manley (ESS), 3. Bailey O’Keefe (PV).

Palmerton's Hailey Barry dives back to first base on a failed pickoff attempt. RON GOWER/SPECIAL TO THE TIMES NEWS