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District 2 recap – Tuesday, 4/11

Pictured above: Gianna Adams, shown in a file photo from last season when she was state Class 5A Pitcher of the Year, threw a one-hitter Tuesday.

Every District 2 spring sport was in action Tuesday. Find all the scores at: Tuesday’s District 2 scoreboard – NEPA Sports Nation.

Here are some of the day’s highlights:


Chris U’Glay, Thomas Parker and Je’Maryo Sublett all finished in double figures in kills as Delaware Valley won a Wyoming Conference battle of ranked boys volleyball teams in straight sets over visiting Berwick.

The Warriors won by set scores of 25-10, 25-21, 25-10.

U’Glay had 13 kills, Parker 12 and Sublett 10. Sublett also had five blocks. Parker and Jack Greening shared the team lead of 12 service points.

Delaware Valley remained undefeated while handing Berwick its second loss.

Blaze Croop had six kills and five digs.


Gianna Adams, Pittston Area softball – Adams tossed a one-hitter with a walk and 12 strikeouts in an 11-0, five-inning victory over Dallas in Wyoming Valley Conference Division 1. Adams was also 3-for-3 with two runs and two RBIs.

Hannah Chipego, Lake-Lehman softball – Chipego threw a no-hitter and drove in two runs during a 9-1, non-league win over Crestwood. She struck out 13, walked 5 and allowed just an unearned run.

Madelyn Keating, Wyoming Area girls track and field – Keating won the three longest races and set a school record with a time of 4:59.7 in the 1600-meter run during Wyoming Area’s 130-17 rout of Hanover Area in a WVC Division 2 meet. She won the 800 in 2:38 and the 3200 in 12:55.

Morgan Koons, Crestwood girls lacrosse – Koons had 11 saves in Crestwood’s 17-3 rout of Pittston Area in a WVC game.

Drew Mruk, Wyoming Area boys track and field – Mruk swept the throwing events as Wyoming Area defeated Hanover Area, 114-36, in a Wyoming Valley Conference Division 2 meet. Mruk won with 46-3 in the shot put, 130-3 in the discus and 170-7 in the javelin.

Brandon Wozniak, Nanticoke baseball – Wozniak struck out 10 and did not walk a batter in a two-hit shutout as Nanticoke won, 5-0, at Wyoming Area in a WVC Division 2 game. He was also 2-for-3 with a walk, a run and two RBI.


James Brust, Abington Heights boys volleyball – James Brust had 18 assists and 6 kills when Abington Heights swept Mountain View, 25-23, 25-18, 25-20, in a Lackawanna League match.

Ava Callahan, Pittston Area softball – Callahan caught the one-hitter by Adams and also went 3-for-3 with a double. She drove in three runs and scored two.

Aidan Papula, Delaware Valley boys volleyball – Papula had 43 assists, 7 service points, 2 aces and 2 digs in Delaware Valley’s sweep.


Valley View defeated Abington Heights, 98½-51½, in a meeting of two of the three teams that tied for last season’s Lackawanna Track Conference Division 1 boys title. Jacob Nielsen led the way, winning the long jump and triple jump and running a leg of the winning 1600-meter relay. Abington Heights has already lost to the other two, also falling to Scranton in its opener.


Delaware Valley handled Abington Heights, 17-3, in WVC boys lacrosse with the help of a 10-0 advantage over the middle two quarters. Peyton LaRocco scored goals and assisted on two while Noah Rabolli had three goals and four assists and Brady Quinn had four goals and two assists.

William Hall, Ansareli Atabayev and Yicheng Li did not let any singles set go past 6-1 during Wyoming Seminary’s 5-0 WVC boys tennis victory over Wyoming Valley West.

Scranton Prep defeated Valley View, 3-2, in a Lackawanna boys tennis match between teams that started the day with one loss each.

Zak Keiser, Mark Holovacs and Aidan Edwards swept singles for Tunkhannock is a 3-2 WVC boys tennis victory over Crestwood.

Brett Martinez allowed four hits over six innings while picking up the win in Hanover Area’s 4-1, WVC Division 2 baseball victory over MMI Prep.

Brady Slacktish had 14 kills and 14 digs while Shane Macko had 13 kills and 13 digs when Tunkhannock swept Crestwood, 25-22, 25-22, 25-15, in WVC boys volleyball.


When Abington Heights defeated Lake-Lehman, 10-5, in WVC girls lacrosse, it marked the third opponent this season that the Comets have beaten for the first time. Caly Yankow scored five goals to lead Abington Heights, District 2’s lone girls lacrosse unbeaten. The Comets beat Delaware Valley and Wyoming Area earlier this season.


Tunkhannock and Hazleton Area combined for 30 hits in a WVC Division 1 softball game matching defending District 2 champions.

The unbeaten Lady Tigers won, 12-5, with the help of an 18-12 advantage in hits.

Hannah James was 3-for-3 to lead Tunkhannock. Gabby Wood, who doubled, and Ella Van Ness also had two hits. Kaya Hannon, Ella McNeff and McKenzie Hannon had two hits apiece.

McNeff and Van Ness scored three times each.

Hannon drove in three runs.

The top two hitters in the Hazleton Area had three hits each.

Leadoff hitter Kelsie Peters was 3-for-4 while Lauren Daniels was 3-for-3 with three runs scored.

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