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District 2 Honor Roll

The top performances in District 2 sports from the week of Oct. 25-31:

PARKER BOLESTA, Dallas football

Bolesta carried 16 times for 313 yards and 5 touchdowns as Dallas closed the regular season with a 35-0 romp at Tunkhannock.

Holy Redeemer’s Kaylee Gryboski (Tim Drewes Photo)

KAYLEE GRYBOSKI, Holy Redeemer girls volleyball

Gryboski had 19 kills, 8 service points, 5 digs and 2 assists when third-seeded Holy Redeemer went to second-seeded Dunmore and won a District 2 Class 2A semifinal, 25-11, 24-26, 25-20, 25-16, Oct. 27.

Elk Lake’s Krista Jones

KRISTA JONES, Elk Lake girls cross country

Jones ran the fastest time in any of the three girls races at the District 2 championships while helping Elk Lake claim District 2’s second team berth at the state meet. Jones won her third Class A title with a time of 19:29.8.

CALEB KENYON, Scranton Prep boys cross country

Kenyon won the District 2 Class 3A individual title and led the Trojans to the team title. His time of 15:59.6 was 35.5 seconds faster than any of the other 212 boys who competed in the 3 district races Oct. 28 at the Wyoming County Fairgrounds.

Scranton Prep’s London Montgomery (Tim Drewes Photo)

LONDON MONTGOMERY, Scranton Prep football

Montgomery carried 42 times for 262 yards and both Scranton Prep touchdowns during a 17-10 victory over Valley View in a battle of unbeatens for the Lackawanna Football Conference Division 2 championship. He also made two tackles for losses.

Dallas senior Logan Paczewski

LOGAN PACZEWSKI, Dallas boys golf

Paczewski birdied 5 of the final 13 holes of his high school career to shoot the best round of the day at the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association Team Golf Championships. Paczewski shot a 2-under-par, 69, but the Mountaineers wound up sixth in Class 3A.

Wyoming Seminary’s Ilana Rosenthal

ILANA ROSENTHAL, Wyoming Seminary girls tennis

Rosenthal won all four of her number-one singles matches during the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association Class 2A tournament while leading the Blue Knights to the state title. Rosenthal’s three-set victory provided the deciding point in a 3-2 win over Sewickley Academy in the final.

Old Forge’s James Sobol

JAMES SOBOL, Old Forge football

Sobol accounted for all five touchdowns in Old Forge’s Lackawanna League Division 4 title-clinching, 35-0 victory at Lackawanna Trail. He completed 14 of 21 passes for 231 yards and 3 touchdowns while carrying 11 times for 41 yards and 2 more scores.


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