Tunkhannock swept doubles Wednesday to defeat Wyoming Area, 3-2, in a Wyoming Valley Conference girls tennis match.
The win, the team’s third in the last four matches, allowed Tunkhannock to move above .500 and prevented Wyoming Area from leveling its record at the .500 mark.
Camalyn Westfield and Ana Lene pulled out a three-set win with a 7-5 victory in the third set after Molly Keiser and Sara Mikus had won first doubles in straight sets.
Leah Klose rolled to a 6-1, 6-0 win at first singles for Tunkhannock’s other point.
Ava Vacula, who rallied for a three-set win in the third spot, and Jocelyn Williams won singles matches for Wyoming Area.
Crestwood bounced back from having its seven-match winning streak broken, shutting out Hazleton Area, 5-0, to improve to 8-2.
The Lady Comets lost just 8 games in 5 matches, never allowing any of the 10 sets to go past, 6-2.
Olivia Richards-Sydney Bruno won first doubles, 6-0, 6-0, to lead the way. Hannah Ziegler, Megan McLaughlin, Shannon Griffiths and the doubles team of Madison Van Gorden-Samantha Olszyk also won.
Wyoming Seminary remained undefeated and clinched at least a tie for first place with a 5-0 shutout of Pittston Area.
The Blue Knights did not lose a game in their latest dominant effort.
Ilana Rosenthal, Ella Krypel and Margaret Mihalick won in singles while the combinations of Dominica Delayo-Samantha Casey and Karma Gambardella-Jayda Eike handled doubles.
In other WVC matches: Holy Redeemer shut out Wilkes-Barre Area, 5-0, and Wyoming Valley West edged MMI Prep, 3-2.
West Scranton picked up its third straight 5-0 victory in the Lackawanna League, beating Western Wayne while losing just 10 games in 10 sets.
Gabrielle Chantiloupe, Madison Maloney, Mia Butka and the doubles teams of Camilla Sphabmixay-Gianna Tallo and Molly Donovan-Isabella Gigliotti had the wins.
In other Lackawanna League matches: Riverside edged Valley View, 3-2; Holy Cross shutout Mid Valley, 5-0; and Wallenpaupack defeated Scranton, 4-1.