HSVOLLEYBALL/ FIELD HOCKEY: Western Wayne Slips Past Susquehanna

September 20, 2018

Western Wayne won three close sets to sweep Susquehanna, 25-18, 25-22, 25-22, in Lackawanna League girls volleyball Wednesday. Rebecca Klemovitch led the way with eight kills and two blocks, and Trina Barcarola put down six kills. Sydney Krompasky had a solid all-around game and 11 service points, and Grace Hollister made eight digs and had six points. Makenzie Rhone had four kills, four blocks and 10 points to lead Susquehanna. Bethany Maby had six assists and Kaylee Landry had six digs and 13 points. Susquehanna (5-2) 18 22 22 Western Wayne (5-2) 25 25 25 JV : WW, 2-1. Dunmore 3, Lackawanna Trail 0 At Dunmore, Lydia Meade had 18 service points, eight aces and 13 assists to lead the Lady Bucks to their seventh straight win over visiting Lackawanna Trail. Madison Cruzer had seven kills and 11 service points, and Brooke Frable six kills and 12 points for the Lady Bucks. Katelin Walton led Lackawanna Trail with eight digs and five points, and Danilyn Gardoski had eight digs. Lackawanna Trail (1-6) 9 6 22 Dunmore (7-0) 25 25 25 JV: Dunmore 2-0 Forest City 3, Montrose 0 At Montrose, Jordan Coles had five service points and six digs in the three-set sweep. Natalie Lipko had five service points, Kara Kelly added four kills and five assists, and Faith Ursich made 11 digs. Kayden Rowe topped Montrose with nine digs and six points, Tierstin Newhart made five kills and Jessie Fassler had six points and 15 assists. Forest City (4-3) 25 25 25 Montrose (3-4) 10 17 21 JV: Mont, 2-0 Mountain View 3, Abington Heights 1 At Mountain View, Kelsie Rumola had nine kills and four blocks, Tasha Shay had 16 assists and Maddie Williams put away five kills and four aces in Mountain View’s win. Giana Toth had 14 assists, Sophia Foster and Kaelee Whipple each had five kills and Adele Hollonder made 26 digs in the loss. Abington Heights (1-6) 14 25 18 18 Mountain View (3-4) 25 14 25 25 Tunkhannock 3, Delaware Valley 2 At Tunkhannock, Megan Straley registered a double-double to hand Delaware Valley its first loss, rallying from a two-set deficit. Straley had 30 digs, one of four players with double-digit digs, and added 13 service points in the win. Delaware Valley (3-1) 25 25 25 24 13 Tunkhannock (5-1) 21 14 25 26 15 Contact the writer: sports@timesshamrock.com; 570-348-9125; @sportsTT on Twitter

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