Dunmore was the last of 40 District 2 baseball teams to get its season started.
The Bucks opened with a game worth waiting for, scoring three runs in the bottom of the seventh inning Monday at Schautz Stadium to pull out an 8-7 Lackawanna League Division 3 victory over Old Forge.
Nick Grande was 3-for-4 with three RBI to help make Sam Hannah the winning pitcher in relief.
In another baseball game Monday, Lake-Lehman posted a 10-7 Wyoming Valley Conference Division 2 victory over Wyoming Area to match Riverside and Hazleton Area with District 2’s best overall record at 5-0. Ty Federici, who drove in four runs, and Max Paczewski, who scored three times, each had three hits for Lake-Lehman.
Ava Leach tossed a three-hitter as unbeaten Abington Heights posted its fifth shutout in six games, 14-0, in a Lackawanna League Division 1 victory at Scranton. Leach struck out 12 and walked 1 in the five-inning game. Bailey White had a double, triple and three RBI.
Tunkhannock knocked Crestwood out of the Wyoming Valley Conference lead with a 25-13, 25-7, 25-13 sweep. The Tigers improved to 2-1 while the Comets dropped to 4-1, leaving Holy Redeemer and Delaware Valley tied for the WVC lead at 3-0. Berwick is 2-0.