Local Roundup: Results from Sept. 17
Northern Lehigh's Josh Sollars moves the ball forward while Anthony Cortes-Torres of Salisbury defends. NANCY SCHOLZ/SPECIAL TO THE TIMES NEWS
Jim Thorpe posted wins in three sports Tuesday, while the Northwestern boys cross country team went 4-0 in their Colonial League meet.
The Olympians gained victories in boys soccer, tennis and volleyball.
Jim Thorpe-N. Schuylkill
Jim Thorpe scored early and often, as it defeated North Schuylkill 8-1 in a Schuylkill League match.
Thor Huth scored twice and assisted on two others, while Chris Condly also scored two other goals. Leandro Ramirez added a goal and two assists.
Andrea Mazzella, Jacob Geiser and Gerogiy Sakharov each scored a goal for the Olympians, (5-1-1; 4-1), while Jack Morris added three assists.
Tamaqua held a 2-1 lead at halftime, but Pottsville rallied in the second half to gain a 3-2 Schuylkill League victory.
Caleb Roos scored all three goals for the Tide, including the game-winner at the 60:50 mark.
For the Blue Raiders, Zach Campomizzi and Michael Shlanta each scored a goal. Tyler Steigerwalt assisted on one of Tamaqua’s tallies.
Andre Fernandes scored four goals to lead Salisbury to a 5-2 Colonial League win over Northern Lehigh.
Andres Luna Rivera had the other score for the Falcons.
The Bulldogs received goals from Chuck Wilk and Josh Sollars.
Northwestern and Southern Lehigh battled through regulation and two overtime periods before settling for a 0-0 Colonial League tie.
No other information was provided to the Times News.
Gabe Lawler’s hat trick helped lift Bangor to a 4-2 Colonial League victory over Palmerton.
Nic Singleton and Jonny Perloni accounted for the Blue Bombers’ goals, while Corlan Wood had an assist.
Bryce Yacone finished with 11 saves for Palmerton (2-6; 1-5).
No. Lehigh, Palmerton, Northwestern, Palisades, Moravian Ac., Notre Dame at Saucon Valley
The Northwestern boys went 4-0 while the girls posted a 3-1 mark in a Colonial League cross country meet.
Both Palmerton and Northern Lehigh failed to produce any team wins.
The Tigers had four boys finish in the top 10, led by RJ Zack’s sixth place. Cole Chukoskie finished right behind him in seventh.
Northwestern’s Angelina Klein and Allison Costa placed second and third, respectively, while Palmerton’s Natalie Mosier finished sixth.
Northwestern 16, Moravian Academy 45
Northwestern 25, Notre Dame 36
Northwestern 25, Palisades 35
Northwestern 21, Saucon Valley 39
Moravian Academy 23, Palmerton 32
Notre Dame 18, Palmerton 42
Palisades 18, Palmerton 45
Saucon Valley 25, Palmerton 32
1. Matthew Chaikowsky (SV) 16:11.05, 2. Thomas Smigo (Pali) 16:49.83, 3. Cody Smith (ND) 17:18.12, 4. Theodore Koven (Pali) 17:23.92, 5. Declan Fitzgerald (ND) 17:27.53, 6. RJ Zack (NW) 17:30.54, 7. Cole Chukoskie (NW) 17:31.01, 8. Matthew Santana (NW) 17:33.52, 9. Sam Bower (NW) 17:40.89, 10. Mason Tran (MA) 17:43.89, 11. Jacob Huber (SV) 17:44.47, 12. Joseph Chukoskie (NW) 17:45.60, 13. Michael Noyola (Palm) 17:46.52, 14. Jack Blobe (MA) 17:51.78, 15. Joseph Pleban (NW) 17:53.94, 16. Joel Smith (SV) 17:57.46, 17. Mitchell Campbell (Pali) 17:58.53, 18. Nathan Vincent (NW) 17:59.65, 19. Liam McDowell (Pali) 18:06.95, 20. Jared Thomason (NL) 18:09.25.
Northwestern 21, Moravian Academy 38
Notre Dame 25, Northwestern 34
Northwestern 25, Palisades 32
Northwestern 20, Saucon Valley 39
Moravian Academy 21, No. Lehigh 36
Notre Dame 15, Northern Lehigh 48
Palisades 19, Northern Lehigh 38
Saucon Valley 21, Northern Lehigh 36
Moravian Academy 23, Palmerton 35
Notre Dame 19, Palmerton 44
Palisades 19, Palmerton 39
Saucon Valley 22, Palmerton 38
1. Grace Medei (ND) 19:47.74, 2. Angelina Klein (NW) 19:53.19, 3. Allison Costa (NW) 20:26.84, 4. Amy Farese (Pali) 20:39.82, 5. Alayna Stiansen (Pali) 20:54.26, 6. Natalie Mosier (Palm) 21:04.21, 7. Katelyn Schweitzer (ND) 21:09.37, 8. Sara Reguera (Pali) 21:15.72, 9. Serena Azzalina (ND) 21:23.00, 10. Kailyn Jones (NW) 21:26.43, 11. Gianna Farina (ND) 21:39.02, 12. Lily Eyvazzadeh (MA) 21:46.36, 13. Krysta Nichols (MA) 21:48.81, 14. Emma Szydlow (SV) 22:10.77, 15. Emma Bernstein (SV) 22:34.94, 16. Laura Dainauski (ND) 22:45.78, 17. Ali Lorah (NL) 22:56.43, 18. Quinn O’Connor (MA) 23:00.90, 19. Rosette Shupe (ND) 23:16.49, 20. Caitlin Maslonka (ND) 23:21.64.
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Allentown Central Catholic
Pleasant Valley’s Evan Fisher-Perez was the top male finisher, but the Bears dropped all three decisions in an Eastern Pennsylvania Conference meet.
Fisher-Perez finished 23 seconds ahead of his closest competitor.
In the girls race, PV’s Mikayla DeRenzi posted a fourth-place finish.
Emmaus 20, Pleasant Valley 43
Whitehall 27, Pleasant Valley 30
Central Catholic 20, Pleasant Valley 43
1. E. Fisher-Perez (PV) 18:00, 2. J. Hollar (PME) 18:23, 3. N. Harris (ACC) 18:28, 4. G. Kleinburg (E), 5. R. Toad (E), 6. M. Magee (E), 7. M. Driscoll (ACC), 8. C. Carter (E), 9. R. Shankar (E), 10. I. Cox (E), 11. G. Hagley (W), 12. D. Lawrence (PMW), 13. C. Schaffer (E), 14. B. Ward (E), 15. S. Sharpe (ACC).
Emmaus 18, Pleasant Valley 43
Whitehall 24, Pleasant Valley 32
Central Catholic 25, Pleasant Valley 32
1. Devon Roblas (W) 20:56, 2. K. Augustine (E) 21:27, 3. I. Lees (E) 21:29, 4. M. DeRenzi (PV), 5. H. Reinhard (E), 6. P. Haden (PME), 7. C. Kennedy (E), 8. M. Toreta (E), 9. H. Browning (PME), 10. A. Ryan (E), 11. R. Mingora (PV), 12. Patsy Shak (ACC), 13. B. Brown (E), 14. L. Solderitch (W), 15. E. Bray (PMW).
Palisades scored with 4:12 remaining in overtime to defeat Palmerton 2-1 in a Colonial League contest.
No other information was provided to the Times News.
Salisbury edged Northern Lehigh in a Colonial League match, 3-2.
Emily Hunsicker and Taylor Reitz scored the goals for the Bulldogs.
Nolehi’s Erica Detweiler finished with 13 saves.
Bangor gained a 2-1 double overtime win over host Palmerton in a Colonial League contest.
Carissa Fallon scored the only goal for the Blue Bombers.
Southern Lehigh edged Northwestern in Colonial League action, 2-1.
Emma Singley scored both goals for the Spartans.
For the Tigers, Sophia Motolese accounted for her team’s only tally.
MMI Prep-Jim Thorpe
Jim Thorpe defeated MMI Prep, 4-1.
Kaitlyn O’Neil and Trista Gehris posted wins in singles play for the Olympians (11-3).
Thorpe also swept both doubles matches.
Jim Thorpe 4, MMI Prep 1
Katharine Pints (MMI) def. Christy McLean 6-3, 6-4; Kaitlyn O’Neil (JT) def. Lindsay Braunstein 6-2, 6-4; Trista Gehris (JT) def. Brenna Eckhart 6-0, 6-1.
Evelyn Flores/Chloe Getz (JT) def. Emily Ankiewicz/Emily Ryan 6-1, 6-1; Gabby Nunez/Sophia Samoleski (JT) won by forfeit.
Stroudsburg defeated Pleasant Valley, 424-466, in Eastern Pennsylvania Conference action.
The Mounties’ Jason Koch grabbed medalist honors with a 75.
Steven Ottman was low man for the Bears with an 89.
Stroudsburg 424, Pleasant Valley 466
Steven Ottman 89, Alex Markowski 90, Mary Scully 93, Nico Ferrara 94.
Jason Koch 75, Ben Bentz 78, Chase Beck 89, Dan Mercurio 91, Will Eberz 91.
Played at Shawnee, par 72.
Jim Thorpe breezed past Tamaqua in Schuylkill League action, 25-4, 25-9, 25-13.
Brandy Montemuro led the Olympians (5-2; 3-2) with four kills and four assists, while Autumn Snyder also had four kills.
Grace Baldassano added seven assists, and Abbey McGinley registered seven digs.
Pine Grove posted a 26-24, 23-25, 25-23, 25-20 Schuylkill League victory over Marian.
Ashlyn Klitsch led the Fillies (3-3; 2-3) with 25 assists and eight digs, while Tatianna Zeleniak followed with five aces and eight digs.
Alivia Karchner (11 kills), Rebecca Dzuranin (eight kills) and Macie Mazalusky (12 digs) also contributed to Marian’s effort.
Southern Lehigh cruised to a 25-4, 25-10, 25-13 Colonial League victory over Northwestern.
Saucon Valley handled Palmerton in a volleyball match, 25-11, 25-22, 25-15.