Ballard, Adams Fuel Meyers Win
At Meyers, Da’Nayia Ballard’s 18 kills, Ileaqua Adams’ 20 assists, and Ashly Gutierrez’s 37 digs led the way for the Mohawks, who came back and won three straight sets after dropping the first for a 3-1 decision over Berwick in WVC girls volleyball on Monday. Berwick was led by Glorimar Guzman, who had 12 digs. Katie Spencer notched 11 kills and seven digs. Natalie Blockus had 10 kills. BERWICK 25 15 20 22 — 1 MEYERS 17 25 25 25 — 3 Tunkhannock 3, Valley West 0 At Valley West, Molly Goodwin had 14 digs and eight kills in a Tunkhannock win on the road. Megan Straley added 12 hits and 21 digs for the victors. Jena Simmons had 18 digs and three kills. Tessa Johns had nine assists, five service points and two aces for the Spartans. Sidney Scarcella added six service points, four kills and a pair of aces for Valley West, while teammate Rhena Lauver tallied five kills and five digs. TUNKHANNOCK 25 25 25 — 3 VALLEY WEST 23 20 10 — 0 Dallas 3, Pittston Area 0 At Pittston Area, Sam Michael used 13 kills, 13 service points and 13 digs to lead Dallas to a win on the road. Dallas’ Gianna Musto added 12 kills, 11 service points and eight digs. Emma Berger had 32 assists and five service points. Pittston Area received solid performances from Michalie Mazurkivich (seven digs, seven kills, six blocks), Emma Coles (nine digs, five kills) and Tiara George (12 assists, six service points, three digs). DALLAS 25 25 25 — 3 PITTSTON AREA 18 22 21 — 0 MMI Prep 3, Coughlin 1 At Coughlin, Summer Evancho’s nine kills, seven service points, four digs and one ace led the way for MMI Prep. The Preppers also got big nights from Elise Hreha (24 service points, 10 digs, nine kills, seven aces) and Kim Amentler (16 service points, five kills, five assists, three aces). Julie Amentler had nine assists, five kills and five digs for the Preppers. Jessica Flynn added nine assists and six digs. Tessa Peluso had 10 digs and five kills. Amanda Smith had 15 digs for Coughlin. Olivia Wynn registered 13 digs, eight service points and six aces. Yuliana Tavarez had 12 digs and five aces. MMI PREP 25 25 22 25 — 3 COUGHLIN 11 15 25 21 — 1 WVC Boys Soccer At Dallas, Zach Holthaus and Vlad Gingo each scored goals — within about 5 minutes of one another in the first half — and led Dallas to a 2-0 win Monday against Coughlin in WVC boys soccer. Dallas goalkeeper Kyle Greenwood made four saves in a shutout. Coughlin’s David Sikora made eight saves. FIRST HALF: Zach Holthaus (Dal) from John Betzko, 12:17; Vlad Gingo (Dal) from Beaudyn Lewis, 17:18. Shots: Dal 22, Cou 6. Corners: Dal 4, Cou 0. Saves: Dal (Kyle Greenwood) 5, Cou (David Sikora) 8. WVC Field Hockey At Lackawanna Trail, Alyssa Fowler scored a pair of first-half goals and led Lackawanna Trail to a 3-1 win over Wallenpaupack on Friday in non-league action. Paige Hyde added a goal for Trail, which received a six-save performance from goalkeeper Lilly Rejrat. Madison Schmalzle scored for Wallenpaupack. FIRST HALF: Alyssa Fowler (LT) unassisted, 18:50; Fowler (LT) from Rachael Beemer, 17:12; Madison Schmalzle (Wal) from Kayla Schmalzle, 12:40. SECOND HALF: Paige Hyde (LT) from Sam Baltrusaitis, 0:31. Shots: LT 8, Wal 10. Corners: LT 4, Wal 6. Saves: LT (Lilly Rejrat) 6, Wal (Madison Kier) 1.