Crest­wood girls hold ‘Dig Pink’ night

An­gle’s 84 leads Comets to 2-4 sub­re­gional crown

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In an ef­for t to raise breast cancer aware­ness, the Crest­wood girls’ vol­ley­ball team held a “Dig Pink” night for its Wy­oming Val­ley Con­fer­ence match against Nan­ti­coke on Thurs­day. The Comets’ Neha Met­gud is shown bump­ing the ball in front of her team­mates. Nan­ti­coke won 3-0

For the first time in pro­gram his­tory, the Crest­wood golf team is headed to the state cham­pi­onships.

Se­nior Shane An­gle shot an 84 and was medal­ist in the Comets’ 354-390 win against Selinsg rove in Thurs­day’s District 2-4 Class 3A sub­re­gional cham­pi­onship at Ea­gles Mere Coun­try Club in Sullivan County.

“The scores sure weren’t in­dica­tive of our type of play,” said Crest­wood head coach Mark Jarolen, who has coached the golf team since it was first es­tab­lished in 1986 and con­firmed this will be its first state cham­pi­onship ap­pear­ance.

“It was bru­tal out there. I had a mar­shal, and it rained the whole time. The course was soak­ing wet. I’m very sur­prised we played it. It was tough, it was dif­fi­cult — and Ea­gles Mere is a dif­fi­cult golf course. So the scores were high, but I give the play­ers a lot of credit.”

Count­ing to­ward Crest­wood’s score of 354 in ad­di­tion to An­gle were Drew Barno (87), C.J. Bono (89) and Jeremy Harper (94). Olivia Don­nini shot 104 in place of se­nior Mike Golden, who Jarolen said did not play due to ill­ness.

“It’s nice for me, but more im­por­tantly, it’s for the play­ers,” Jarolen said. “They’re the ones that work so hard and they de­served it. But I’m hav­ing a good time, that’s for sure.”

Next up, Crest­wood is one of six teams play­ing for the PIAA Class 3A ti­tle Oct. 25 at Her­itage Hills in York.

Jarolen gave his play­ers two key pieces of ad­vice Thurs­day: stay dry and keep the ball in play.

“I told them, ‘Bunts are bet­ter than home runs ,’ be­cause there’s a lot of out of bounds on the course,” Jarolen said. “There are so many penalty strokes out there be­cause there are so many out of bounds.”

An­gle and Evie Wil­liams are sched­uled to play Mon­day in the PIAA Easter n Re­gional In­di­vid­ual Cham­pi­onships at Golden Oaks Golf Club.

H.s. Girls’ Vol­ley­ball nan­ti­coke 3 Crest­wood 0

Nan­ti­coke swept past the Comets 25-20, 25-21, 25-23 in a Wy­oming Val­ley Con­fer­ence clash on “Dig Pink’’ night at Crest­wood High School.

Kris­ten Ka­nia had 11 as­sists and six ser­vice points for the Comets, who wore pink jer­seys to pro­mote beast cancer aware­ness. Natasha Geisler con­trib­uted six kills and three ser­vice points and Mady Sobolewski added four kills.

The Tro­janettes won JV 2-0.

Weatherly 3 shenan­doah Val­ley 1

Emily Zoscin tal­lied 12 kills, two blocks and four aces to lead Weatherly to a 19-25, 25-15, 25-19, 25-20 vic­tory over the Blue Devils in a Schuylkill League Di­vi­sion IV match.

Ne­car­lly Ser­rata col­lected 23 as­sists and four aces for Weatherly (3-16, 3-12 D-IV), while Nikki Poluka had 11 kills.

Allison Wargo led Shenan­doah Val­ley (2-15, 1-14) with six kills and four aces, while Joie Mon­a­han had five kills and Madi­son Kowal­ick col­lected 12 digs.

Shenan­doah Val­ley won JV 2-0.

Jim thorpe 3 ta­maqua 0

Kelsey Car roll filled the stat sheet with four aces, 12 digs, 17 as­sists and seven kills as the Olympians swept the Blue Raiders 25-14, 25-11, 25-13 in a Di­vi­sion I match.

Macken­zie Rosen­berger added eight kills, while Jor­dan Waselus com­piled five kills and nine digs for Jim Thorpe (14-5,8-5 D-I ). Alex McGin­ley added six digs, while Ta­mara En­car­na­cion dished out seven as­sists.

For Ta­maqua (4-14, 1-12), Kait­lyn Stauf­fen­berg com­piled eight as­sists and three digs, Amy Hadesty had three blocks, Sa­van­nah Adams tal­lied two kills and Han­nah Frie recorded three digs.

Jim Thorpe won JV 2-0.

Boys’ Cross Countr y Cougars team out­runs WVC chal­lengers

Ber­wick’s Mitch Martin was the race win­ner in 16:04, but the Cougars bunched the next three run­ners and five in the top 10 over­all to de­feat the Bull­dogs, North­west and Columbia-Mon­tour Vo-Tech in the fi­nal Wy­oming Val­ley Con­fer­ence cluser meet of the sea­son on Wed­nes­day at Briar Creek Lake.

The Cougars’ Franklin Cun­ning­ham fin­ished sec­ond in 16:24 ahead of team­mates Gabe McKit­trick (third) and ZachKe in er (fourth).

The Bull­dogs’ Grif Keller was fifth against Ha­zle­ton Area, be­fore Char­lie Valdez and Bobby Ear­ley rounded out the Cougars’ scor­ing in sixth and sev­enth place, re­spec­tively.

Mean­while, Crest wood had two top 10 over­all fin­ish­ers in Clay Kis­mal (third, 16:28) and Matthew Brunetti (sixth) as the Comets beat Ber­wick and Nanti coke, North­west and CMVT.

MMI’s Jack Malay (18:35) was the fastest runner among the Prep­pers, CMVT and North­west boys. His time earned him a 13-th-place fin­ish over­all. Ha­zle­ton Area 22, Ber­wick 38 Ha­zle­ton Area 15, CMVT 50 Ha­zle­ton Area 15, North­west 50 Crest­wood 24, Ber­wick 33 Crest­wood 15, CMVT 48 Crest­wood 15, North­west 48 Ber­wick 18, MMI 45 CMVT 20, MMI 37 North­west 26, MMI 29 1. Martin (B) 16:04, 2. Cun­ning­ham (HA) 16:24, 3. Kis­mal (C) 16:28, 4. McKit­trick (HA) 17:33, 5. Keiner (HA) 17:35, 6. Brunetti (C) 17:37, 7. Keller (B) 17:41, 8. Valdez (HA) 17:47, 9. Ear­ley (HA) 17:54, 10. Price (C) 18:02.

Girls’ Cross Countr y Ha­zle­ton Area, Crest­wood win­ners

Katie Balay (22:17), Sarah My­ers (22:42) and Kristie Se­manchik (23:04) fin­ished 1-2-3 over­all to lead the Lady Cougars past Columbia-Mon­tour Vo-Tech 16-46.

Liz Kat­ulka fin­ished fourth and Caitlin Mullisky placed fifth as the Comets also downed CMVT 18-42.

Ber­wick, MMI, Nan­ti­coke and North­west didn’t have enough run­ners to com­pete as a team.

Sa­man­tha Sparich (27:49) and Lau­ren Herman (29:06) ran as in­di­vid­u­als. Ha­zle­ton Area 16, CMVT 46 Crest­wood 18, CMVT 42 Ha­zle­ton Area vs. Ber­wick, no con­test Ha­zle­ton Area vs. Nan­ti­coke, no con­test Ha­zle­ton Area vs. Nor thwest, no con­test Crest­wood vs. Ber­wick, no con­test Crest­wood vs. Nan­ti­coke, no con­test Crest­wood vs. Nor thwest, no con­test 1. Balay (HA) 22:17, 2. my­ers (HA) 22:42, 3. Se­manchik (HA) 23:04, 4. Kat­ulka (C) 23:14, 5. mullisky (C) 23:20, 6. Ohin­son (N) 23:26, 7. matz (B) 23:36, 8. S. Camp­bell (HA) 23:38, mas­tel­lar (CmVT) 23:47, 10. N. Camp­bell (HA) 24:18.

H.s. Field Hockey Crest­wood 8 Wal­len­pau­pack 0

Morghan Mur­phy scored four goals — two in each half —as the Co mets blanked vis­it­ing Wallen pa up a ck on Wed­nes­day.

Macken­zie Kile added a goal and two as­sists and Sarah Richards, Ar­den Mor­gans and Abby Davis chipped in a goal apiece for the win­ners. Emma Janosczyk as­sisted on Mur­phy’s first goal.

Crest wood out shot the Buck­horns 21-1.

Jr. High Bas­ket­ball nor th schuylkill (B) 59 ta­maqua 4

Men­gel led the Spar­tans with 15 points in their win over Ta­maqua.

nor th schuylkill (A) 39 ta­maqua 27

Men­gel poured in 30 of the Spar­tans’ 39 points as they downed Ta­maqua.

Zoe Seltzer net­ted 12 for the Lady Raiders.

nor th schuylkill (A) 39 ta­maqua 27

Men­gel poured in 30 of the Spar­tans’ 39 points as they downed Ta­maqua.

Zoe Seltzer net­ted 12 for the Lady Raiders.

pine Grove (B) 23 ta­maqua 9

Koons and Felty showed the way for the win­ners with seven and six points, re­spec­tively.

Stianche led Tam aqua four.

ta­maqua (A) 26 pine Grove 18

Win­gler topped the Lady Raiders with nine points. Robb helped with six.



Crest­wood’s Madyson Sobolewski spikes the ball against Nan­ti­coke Area dur­ing their Wy­oming Val­ley Con­fer­ence girls’ vol­ley­ball match on Thurs­day in Wright Town­ship. The Comets’ Lin­see Dil­lon looks on.

sHAne An­GLe Sparks Comets’ win with 84

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