The Dallas post. (Dallas, Pa.) 19??-200?, September 02, 2012, Image 11

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    Sunday, September 2, 2012
Drum Major Grace Carolan directs the Dallas High School Band.
embers of the Dallas High School Marching
Band presented their preview shows for parents
to visit and see what the students accomplished
during this summer’s band camp.
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preview show.
ABOVE: Drummer Tyler Dragon intently watches the drum major.
AT RIGHT: Dallas High School Band percussion members Nick
Carr, left, Michael Biesecker, and James Rinehart perform their
Dallas High School Band Director
before its preview show.
The Dallas High School Band and Band Front enters the practice field to perform their preview show for parents and friends.
Dallas 32
| Plymouth 8
§ The Dallas Jr. Mounts con-
tinued their winning ways
4 this week with a 32-8 win
over the Plymouth Indians.
Jacob Esposito opened the
scoring for the Jr. Mounts
with a 15-yard run around
the right side.
Steven Newell added an-
other with a run around the
left behind key blocks by
Sean Cuba and Blaine Rex.
i Plymouth closed the gap
with a second quarter touch-
down to bring the halftime
score to 16-8.
Newell opened the second
half with a kickoff return for
a touchdown and then later
took a swing pass from Espo-
sito to seal the game.
i The Dallas defense was
Jr. Mounts continue win streak
tough all day long, giving up
only three first downs.
Led by Xander Shaner and
Ethan Scoscia, the Jr.
Mounts defense had multi-
ple tackles for loss.
Jack Zeyher added a fum-
ble recovery to the tenacious
performance by the defense.
This week’s game against
the Back Mountain Bobcats
will see both teams enter the
game undefeated in a re-
match of the first round play-
off game from last year.
Dallas 42
Plymouth 6
The Dallas Junior Mounts
C-team recorded its second
victory in as many tries,
beating the Plymouth Indi-
ans, 42-6.
The Dallas defense was
impressive, holding the Indi-
ans to one score late in the
The defensive line con-
trolled the line of scrimmage
and shut down Plymouth
with repeated stops in their
The Dallas offense was
clicking on all cylinders with
Jared Adamski leading the
way with two touchdowns.
Brennan Eggleston,and Ay-
den Berndt also tallied one
TD apiece.
Rookie Duane Craig
scored his first touchdown,
carrying the ball six times
on an impressive drive and
finally bulling his way into
the endzone for the score.
The Junior Mounts look to
remain undefeated, taking
on the 2-0 Back Mountain
Bobcats today.
Rec Center plans
SOCCer camps
The Rock Rec Center, 340
Carverton Road, Trucksville, is
accepting registrations for soc-
cer camps with instruction from
Mark Bassett, men’s soccer
coach at King’s College, and
current Kings College players.
For more information, call the
Rock Rec Center at 696-2769.
Rotary Club plans
golf tournament
The Rotary Club of Wilkes-
Barre will host the 28th Annual
George Ralston Golf Classic to
benefit the Osterhout Free Li-
brary in Wilkes-Barre on Friday,
Sept. 7 the Mill Race Golf
Course in Benton. Registration
begins at 11 a. with a shotgun
start at noon.
The cost is $100 per person
which includes 18 holes of golf,
golf cart, lunch, steak dinner
and prizes. There are sponsor-
ship opportunities available
from $100 to $1,000.
To register to play, be a spon-
sor, or donate a prize, contact
Christopher Kelly at the Oster-
hout Library at 823-0156, ext.
DYB plans signups
Dallas Youth Basketball will
hold signups for boys and girls
in grades three through eight
from 6 to 9 pm. on Tuesday,
Sept. 11 and Thursday, Sept. 13
at the Wycallis Elementary
School cafeteria.
DYB participants will be
taught the fundamentals of
basketball and will learn team-
work and sportsmanship. DYB
utilizes Dallas School District
For more information, contact
Scott Jenkins (boys league) at
675-1324 or Brent Berger (girls
league) at 675-0817.
Dallas Lions plan golf
The Golf Committee of the
Dallas Lions Club has finalized
plans for its golf tournament on
Sunday, Sept. 23 at the New-
berry Estate Golf Course. Pro-
ceeds from the event will bene-
fit the Back Mountain Library.
Those interested in participa-
ting in the tournament should
contact the chairman Joe Czar-
necki at 255-0136 or pick up a
flyer /registration form at any
one of the following Dallas
locations: the Back Mountain
Library, the dental office of Dr.
David Spring, NAPA Auto Parts,
Wright's Auto Care or Fino’s
Gymnastics program
begins registration
Shooting Starz Gymnastics,
250 Johnston St., Wilkes-Barre,
will accept enrollment for 2012
on Oct. 15 and 29 and Decem-
ber 22.
For more information, contact
Joelle Rose at 822-1212.