Scran­ton women’s track wins three at Dick­in­son

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The Uni­ver­sity of Scran­ton women won three events at Dick­in­son Col­lege’s Ducharme In­vi­ta­tional on Sun­day, fin­ish­ing third out of eight teams in the track and field meet.

Holy Redeemer prod­uct Caro­line Banas won the high jump, one of 26 top-10 fin­ishes for the Lady Roy­als.

An­n­marie On­wuka took the 400 me­ters and Jas­min Russo won the 55-me­ter hur­dles.

Scran­ton’s men also fin­ished third at Dick­in­son, notch­ing 10 top-10 re­sults.

Val­ley View grad Mark Merli, the reign­ing Land­mark Con­fer­ence Field Ath­lete of the Week, earned a run­ner-up fin­ish in the long jump and plac­ing third in the 55-me­ter dash.

Lack­awanna Trail grad­u­ate Matt Kin­back was third in the 800 me­ters, and Con­nor Sharp was fourth in the 55 me­ters and the 200.

Men’s bas­ket­ball

At Dubois, Penn StateScran­ton fell to PSU-DUBOIS, 92-81.

Arel Lamour led PSUScran­ton with 24 points. Scran­ton High grad­u­ate Cameron Jor­dan con­trib­uted 16 points, Tom Gonzales added 15 and Abing­ton Heights grad­u­ate Mike Foder scored 11 to go with five steals and four as­sists.

Women’s bas­ket­ball

At Dubois, Delaware Val­ley’s Jenna Pa­cella led Penn State-scran­ton with 17 points in a los­ing ef­fort to Penn State-dubois, 88-58.

West Scran­ton’s Mor­gan Dougherty poured in a ca­reerbest 15 points and North Po­cono’s Sarah Kaneski had 11 points and 10 re­bounds for the lo­cal Lady Li­ons.

Men’s lacrosse

Mary­wood Uni­ver­sity opened its sea­son with a 17-5 loss to St. Mary’s Col­lege of Mary­land, spoil­ing the de­but for Pac­ers coach Jon Knowles.

Pa­trick Ding­well and Zach Beja each posted a goal and an as­sist for the Pac­ers.


At Laplume, Ly­coming Col­lege recorded a 51-3 win over Key­stone Col­lege.

Fresh­man Ja­son Jones won a 10-3 de­ci­sion over Josiah Mcclar­ren at 141 pounds for Key­stone.

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