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WA, Sem win on road in girls lax

Wyoming Area and Wyoming Seminary each went on the road to beat higher-seeded opponents Monday when the District 2 Class 2A girls lacrosse playoffs opened with a full round of quarterfinal action.

Wyoming Area will play at top-seeded Crestwood at 5:30 and Wyoming Seminary will be at Abington Heights at 6 in Thursday’s district semifinals.

Wyoming Area 16, Dallas 15

Juliana Gonzales scored seven goals, including the 100th of her career, as Wyoming Area avenged a regular-season loss with the win at Dallas.

Sofia Sabatini added five goals, three assists and four groundballs.

Halle Kranson had two goals and two assists while going 17-for-31 on draws.

Wyoming Area led, 11-10, at halftime, then shut out Dallas over the final 8:41. During that time, Kranson scored the game-winning goal with 5:59 left.

Wyoming Seminary 10, Scranton Prep 8

Sadie Gilbert and Maddie Olshemski scored three goals each to lead sixth-seeded Wyoming Seminary over third-seeded Scranton Prep.

Claire McGrath from Scranton Prep also scored three goals.

Crestwood 21, North Pocono 10

Wyoming Valley Conference champion Crestwood overcame seven goals by North Pocono’s Amaya Monacelli by getting at least three goals from five different players and four assists from another.

Grace Pasternick scored four goals and picked up her 100th career point in the win.

Hannah Ziegler, who assisted two scores, and Isabella Caporuscio also scored four goals.

Jordan Andrew had three goals and two assists while Julia Glowacki had three goals and an assist.

Kennedie Huber had four assists.

Morgan Koons made 11 saves.

Abington Heights 8, Lake-Lehman 2

Caly Yankow scored four goals as Abington Heights won the first home playoff game in program history.

Ava Davis had three saves as the Comets held the Lady Knights to one goal in each half.

Abington Heights ran off six straight goals before Lake-Lehman scored with less than nine minutes left.

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