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SUNDAY, MAY 12, 2013
, Mike O'Donnell, of Lehman
Township, and Scott Burnside, of
_, Harveys Lake, recorded holes in
P one while playing at Huntsville Golf
, Club in Lehman.
O'Donnell recorded his second
career hole in one on Sunday, May
"5 when he aced the third hole from
.. the gold tees with an 89 iron. His
. shot was witnessed by his wife, Jill.
Burnside recorded a hole in one
on Saturday, May 4 when he aced
the fifth hole from the white tees
with a 7 iron. He was playing with
- Bruce Gover, Paul Olsen and Doug
The Kingston Township Raiders
will hold registration for mini foot-
ball and cheerleading from 9 a.m. to
1 p.m. on May 18 at the Kingston
Township Municipal Building, 180
E. Center St., Shavertown.
Parents should bring the child’s
certificate, two proofs of resi-
dency and a photo of the child.
Registration fees are $50 for
i cheerleading and $60 for football
with a $10 sibling discount.
! The Dallas Junior Mounts will
' hold a chicken croquette dinner and
i bake sale from 6 to 8 p.m. on Satur-
i day, May 18 at the Gate of Heaven
! gymnasium.
Cost is $10 for dine-in or take-
out. To order ahead, call 313-3926.
The Dallas Junior Football Asso-
ciation will hold a chicken croquette
dinner and bake sale from 6 to 8
p.m on Saturday, May 18 at Gate of
Heaven Church, 40 Machell Ave.,
; : Dallas.
Each dinner includes three large
. hoihemade croquettes, mashed. 3
E potatoes, gravy, vegetables and
: cornbake.
¢ Dinners are eat-in or take out. -
| ny Pre-orders can be made by calling -
The Lake Lehman track and girls --
soccers team will host a 5K Run/
: Walk at 6:30 p.m. on May 31 with
: registration opening at 5:30 p.m. at ~
| the new Community Trails at the
Lake-Lehman High School.
Cost is $20 and pre-registered
_ runners and walkers will receive a
| Tshirt.
. For more information you can call
| 570-696-4503.
The Back Mountain Bobcats will
. hold a make-up date for youth foot-
|{ ball and cheerleading registration
it from 6 to 8 p.m. on Sunday, June 2
at the Idetown Fire Hall, Route 415.
For more information, call Jason
tball) at 760-0216 or Jessica
heerleading ) at 706-6310.
t 313-3926. nN ETuvay, Vi H
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Lake-Lehman captains Amelia Jenkins, left, holds up the ‘Old Stick’ with Alyssa Adams, Kassie Keiper and girls la-
crosse head coach Alex Wilson after their 16-4 victory over Dallas.
Adams, Wilson provide one-two punch in LL lacrosse win
For The Dallas Post
hether the measurement is
volume or timing, sophomore
attacker Alyssa Adams has
| shown the ability to be a big-time goal
«producer for the Lake-Lehman girls’ la-
crosse team.
Adams scored a season-high eight
goals Tuesday to lead a 16-4 romp over
(i fivél Dallas. 29 i ;
She came back the next night to score
the game-winning goal with 48 seconds
+! left 8-7 victory over second-place
VE Delaware. Valley, which ‘entered the
_ gamé with an 82 record and losses only
against Wyoming Valley Conference
champion Wyoming Seminary.
“Three girls crashed on me and I just
took a shot,” Adams said of the game-
Adams has taken many shots for the
Lady Knights, while forming a 1-2 scor-
ing punch with Mallory Wilson.
The two sophomores made a connec-
tion from the time they started playing
together with the Back Mountain Ban-
dits in seventh grade.
Wilson, the daughter of Lake-Lehman
coach Alex Wilson, had been the young-
est player in the program when she
joined in fourth grade and played with
girls as many as seven years older. Ad-
ams joined in three years later and, ac-
Dallas’ Courtney Sickel, left, looks
to pass ahead of Lake-Lehman'’s Col-
leen Spencer in the Old Stick game.
cording to her current coach, immedi-
ately showed the dedication to learning
the sport’s stick work and combining it
with the speed that also helps make her
a starter in field hockey season.
“We've been playing together since I
started,” Adams said. “She’s been playing
longer than me, but we instantly clicked
on the field. From that, we were able to
pass more and help each other out.”
Both have racked up impressive scor-
ing totals with Adams providing more
of the goals and Wilson more of the as-
sists. They are 1-2 on the team in scor-
ing for the second straight season, help-
ing Lake-Lehman to a 6-5 record in the
first season of WVC play.
After each provided three goals and
an assist to the win over Delaware
Valley, Adams has 76 goals and seven
assists. Wilson has 40 goals and 29 as-
sists. They are both over 100 goals for
.. their career with two-plus years to, add.
to those totals.
“Mallory is more the quarterback,”
coach Wilson said. “She scores a lot,
but it is also her job to distribute.”
When Adams went out witha knee-
cap injury last season, Wilson proved
she could score more goals as well.
The two Lake-Lehman teammates fin-
ished first and second in the state in scor-
ing by freshmen among teams that re-
ported their statistics to
Wilson had 81 goals and 24 assists.
Adams, who had a pair of nine-goal ef-
forts, had 61 goals and three assists in
just 11 games.
The two high-scoring sophomores
had help in the win over Dallas. Aleah
Blazick matched Wilson in providing
three goals and two assists.
Cara Pritcher and Katie Snedeker
had two goals each for Dallas.
Amelia Jenkins added the other two
Lake-Lehman goals against Delaware
h The following results have been
& recorded in the Back Mountain Little
League for the past week:
arren Kerdesky picked up his first win
# lof the season with a 12-strikeout com-
§ plete game as the Yankees crushed
® the Rangers, 10-0. Joseph Brennan,
# Ben Paglia and Joseph Fioti led the
Yankees’ 14-hit offensive attack. Bren-
lglia had two hits and three RBI each.
; Yan had three hits while Fioti and Pa-
§ K
erdesky and Michael Doggett added
fwo hits each for the Yankees.
‘Matt Maransky and Zach Luksic had
two hits each for the Rangers.
Jack Farrell pitched and hit the Giants
to an 8-4 win over the Pirates. Farrell
struck out five, added a triple and an
I in a 7-run second inning to help
cause. Kyle Sincavage had two hits
with a doub
ith a double and a run scored. Jacob
Onda had a hit and two RBI to lead the
Giants offense. Bobby Lugiano picked
up his second save on the season.
Dylan Wesley pitched three innings
relief, striking out nine and allowing
one run.
Sam Zondlo had a hit and an RBI for
the Pirates.
lan Evans struck out eight as the Gi-
ants doubled up the Dodgers, 4-2. The
Giants scored twice in the first on RBI
singles by EJ Williams and Bobby Lu-
giano. Evans led off the fourth inning
winning run. Bobby Lugiano faced one
batter in the sixth inning and struck
him out to earn his third save on the
Alex Kapral threw a complete game
for the Dodgers, striking out eight,
scattering three hits and allowing only
two earned runs. The Dodgers scored
their two runs in the first on a two-run
triple by Chris Smiga. Connor Morgan
added a double for the Dodgers.
Derek Answini picked up his first win
of the season as the Yanks smashed
the Dodgers, 15-2. Darren Kerdesky
led the Yankees’ 17-hit attack with four
hits, including a home run. Answini,
Mark Roginski, Jacob Brennan and Mi-
chael Doggett all added two hits each
while Doggett homered and drove in
five. Joseph Brennan, Joseph Fioti,
Nick Gashi, Cooper Lewis and Beau-
dyn Lewis all doubled to round out
the Yankee offense. Beaudyn Lewis
also turned in a sensational play in
Fred Lombardo homered for the Dodg-
ers and drove in two, while Connor
Morgan tripled.
The Pirates defeated the Phillies,
13-9, in a slugfest. The Pirates offense
racked up 18 hits, including Sam Zon-
dolo, Colin Marshall and Tyler Osipow-
er’s first hits of the season. Osipower
handled the pitching along with Dylan
Wesley and Justin James.
The Phillies pitching was done by Kyle
Hromisin, Justin Thompson and Alex
Magdalinski. Offensively for the Phil-
lies, Eric Weiss and Jacob Stokes both
chipped in with two singles of his own.
Jason Eiden singled home Michael
Rother, who had doubled in the bottom
of the sixth inning to lead the Phils
past the Astros, 3-2. Alex Magdalinski,
Kyle Hromisin and Donnie Thompson
shared the duties on the hill for the
Phillies. Magdalinski, Hromisin, Kaleb
Konigus and Mark Shultz also had hits
for the Phillies.
Nicholas Kachur had two hits and
pitched five strong innings for the
Astros. Bryan Morio, Jacob Noone
and Adam Kalo also had hits for the
Zach Palfey had a walk-off hit in the
bottom of the sixth to drive in Chris
Banas who doubled to lead the Pirates
to a 4-3 comeback win over the Red
Sox. Banas had two hits in the game
along with Justin James, Dylan Wesley
and Zach Bloom, while Nathan Salus
added a double. Bloom, James and
Wesley combined to handle the pitch-
ing for the Pirates as they held the
Red Sox to three runs and racked up
13 strikeouts.
Wil McCrum and Justin Finarelli
pitched well for the Red Sox in defeat.
McCrum and Conner Maloney had two
hits apiece for the Sox and Michael
Anderson chipped in with a double off
the centerfield fence.
EJ Williams was the winning pitcher,
scattering seven hits, striking out
seven and allowing one earned run
as the Giants clipped the Phils, 3-2.
Bobby L lief and
struck out the last two batters to earn
the save. The Giants offense was led
by lan Evans with two hits, including
a double and two RBIs. Kyle Sincav-
age and Zachary Holthaus each had
a double and combined to score all
three runs.
Alex Magdalinski led the Phillies with
two hits, including a double. Aiden
Conrad added a double for the Phillies.
Alex Kapral let the Dodgers to a
13-1 victory over the Phillies. Kapral
pitched four innings of one-hit base-
ball with 10 strikeouts. Kapral had
three hits, including a double and
three RBIs. Caleb Sweitzer added a
triple and three RBIs. Freddie Lombar-
do had two hits while Matt Dolan, Liam
O'Brien, Matt Wrubel, Max Paczewski
and Connor Morgan all had hits in the
The Phillies were led by Donnie
Thompson who ripped an RBI triple.
Mark Roginski picked up his first win
of the season and also doubled twice
while driving in four to lead the Yan-
kees to their first win of the season,
14-9, over the Astros. Beaudyn Lewis
homered and drove in three while
Derek Answini added three hits. Dar-
ren Kerdesy, Dylan Schuster, Michael
Doggett and Cooper Lewis all had two
hits while Joseph Fioti and Joseph
Brennan rounded out the Yankee of-
fense with a hit each.
The Astros were led by Matt Dillon's
home run and two hits each from Nick
Francois Ross played in the No.
1 spot for the Dallas High School
tennis team this year.
better last
year s record
For The Dallas Post
Dallas entered the boys tennis sea-
son with the uncertainty of an inex-
perienced lineup.
Despite, that inexperience, the
Mountaineers wrapped up the team
portion of their schedule by advanc-
ing one round further in the District
2 Class AA tournament and match-
ing last season’s 8-5 record.
“My goal every year is to make the
district playoffs,” coach Joe Pugliese
said. “We did that again this year and
came into districts as the No. 4 seed,
which was a good accomplishment
for our team.
“It’s a little better than expected
coming in with an inexperienced
The Mountaineers defeated Ber-
wick, 4-1, in the team semifinals
Monday. They advanced to Tues-
day’s semifinals where they fell to
then-undefeated Wyoming Semi-
nary, 3-0.
Dallas swept the singles matches
in its home playoff against Berwick.
Francois Ross downed Luke Whit-
enight, 6-1, 6-0, at No. 1; Tyler Tuck
defeated Dom Scicchitano, 6-1,
6-3, at No. 2; and Aleksey Gitelson
topped Blake Whitmire, 6-2, 6-0, at
No. 3.
Ross earned a seventh seed in
the individual district tournament,
which began Thursday, based on his
singles play throughout the season.
Gitelson had the team’s best sin-
gles record, going 9-2.
Steve Wempa and Colton Powell
gave Dallas a point at No. 1 doubles
by beating Berwick’s Nick Oliver
and Cole Gardner, 6-0, 6-3.
James Garringer and Arlinson
Reyes of Berwick defeated Frank
Hullihen and Nick Mouldoon, 6-2,
64, at No. 2.
“A few of the guys that had very
little experience from last year that
got to play most of the matches this
year did very well,” Pugliese said.
“Colton Powell did very well playing
doubles for us.
“Frank Hullihen is a junior who
had never played on a team before.
This is his first year but he did very
Hullihen was in the lineup for ev-
ery match, splitting time between
first and second doubles.
The doubles teams did their best
to extend matches against Wyoming
Seminary in the district semifinals
before the competition was halted
when the Blue Knights clinched the
victory with three singles points.
Wempa and Powell were tied, 44,
in the second set after dropping
the first set to Matt Cartwright and
Grant Klinger. Hullihen and Mould-
oon took the first set to a tiebreaker
against Peter Valentiner and Matt
The Blue Knights, who fell to
Scranton Prep, 3-2, in the champi-
onship match, won by taking all but
five games in the six sets of singles