An early-season Wyoming Valley Conference Division 1 showdown was cut short Wednesday night.
Wyoming Seminary defeated visiting Crestwood, 1-0, in a meeting of defending District 2 champions that ended in the third quarter because of weather.
Because the second half had started and a team was ahead, the result became official after the teams waited out the weather delay and were unable to resume the game.
Emma Watchilla, who has three goals in Wyoming Seminary’s 2-0 start, scored the only goal to lift the four-time defending division champions to victory.
Wyoming Seminary, which went unbeaten in 2020, is also the defending champion in Class A in District 2 and the state.
Crestwood, the defending district Class 2A champion, came in with the district’s best overall record at 5-0.
Many of the day’s other sporting events, including the entire cross country schedule, were postponed because of weather.
Western Wayne remained unbeaten overall while handing North Pocono its first Lackawanna League loss with a three-set sweep of their Division 1 match.
Katherine Shepherd had 11 kills in the 25-20, 25-18, 25-16 victory.
Kaeli Romanowski had 22 assists, 4 digs and 2 assists. Skylar Long, who had 3 aces, and Emily Romanowski had four kills each.
The other Lackawanna League matches were also sweeps: Dunmore over Abington Heights, Blue Ridge over Elk Lake, Susquehanna over Forest City and Mountain View over Montrose.
Tristan Canavan had 10 kills as Dunmore won, 25-10, 25-13, 25-12.
Kaylee Hacker, Morgan Nevel and Cecelia Isenberg led unbeaten Berwick to a 25-11, 25-13, 25-8 win over Wyoming Area.
Hacker had 8 aces in her 14 service points and also had 4 kills.
Nevel had 5 aces in 13 points, along with 27 assists, 7 digs and 3 kills.
Isenberg had 20 kills.
In other WVC matches: Lake-Lehman defeated Dallas, 3-1; Delaware Valley swept Hanover Area, 3-0; and Tunkhannock blanked Wilkes-Barre Area, 3-0.
Lake-Lehman had all four players shoot 35 or better at Valley Country Club to move a step closer to the WVC Division 2 title by remaining unbeaten with a 138-182 victory over MMI Prep.
Eli Ropietski broke par with a 33 while Cael Ropietski, Michael Lugiano and Mike Sholtis all shot 35.
Thomas Mayernik led MMI Prep with a 39.
Madison Meagher, Elizabeth Meagher and Darcy Banicky scored as Honesdale knocked off Wallenpaupack, 3-1, handing the Lady Buckhorns their first loss in the Lackawanna League Division 1 game.
Holy Redeemer shut out Pittston Area, 2-0, in a non-league game.
Cole Whitman and John Kuderka had the goals.
Wallenpaupack defeated Delaware Valley, 4-1, in the Lackawanna League and Tunkhannock downed MMI Prep, 4-1, in the WVC.
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Lackawanna golf scores: https://nepasportsnation.com/lackawanna-league-boys-golf-scores/.