Abington Heights baseball team recognized by Lackawanna County Commissioners for successful season


The Lackawanna County Commissioners awarded Certificates of Recognition to the Abington Heights baseball team and proclamations to the coaching staff and school in recognition of the squads season. The Comets claimed the Lackawanna League Division 1 Championship, District 2 Class 3A Championship and the PIAA 3A Eastern Championship. Abington Heights finished with an 18-4 record. From left, first row, Coach Rich Moroski, Zach Campbell, Ryan Harvey, Eric Salerno, Jimmy Fayocavitz, Colin Huggler, Tommy Rothenberger. Second row, Scranton Wilkes-Barre RailRiders mascot Quill, Coach Bill Zalewski, Anthony Duboski, Nick Carlini, Tim Graham, Zach Manasek, Peter Nolan, Sam Arnold, Matt McDonald, Tyler Ksiazek, Matt Hughes, Zach Karabin, Coach Tim Orue, Coach Justin Stevens, Lackawanna County Commissioner Patrick M. O’Malley, and RailRiders mascot Champ.


The Lackawanna County Commissioners awarded Certificates of Recognition to the Abington Heights baseball team and proclamations to the coaching staff and school in recognition of the squads season. The Comets claimed the Lackawanna League Division 1 Championship, District 2 Class 3A Championship and the PIAA 3A Eastern Championship. Abington Heights finished with an 18-4 record. From left, first row, Coach Rich Moroski, Zach Campbell, Ryan Harvey, Eric Salerno, Jimmy Fayocavitz, Colin Huggler, Tommy Rothenberger. Second row, Scranton Wilkes-Barre RailRiders mascot Quill, Coach Bill Zalewski, Anthony Duboski, Nick Carlini, Tim Graham, Zach Manasek, Peter Nolan, Sam Arnold, Matt McDonald, Tyler Ksiazek, Matt Hughes, Zach Karabin, Coach Tim Orue, Coach Justin Stevens, Lackawanna County Commissioner Patrick M. O’Malley, and RailRiders mascot Champ.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_ABJ-AH-Baseball-Honored.jpgThe Lackawanna County Commissioners awarded Certificates of Recognition to the Abington Heights baseball team and proclamations to the coaching staff and school in recognition of the squads season. The Comets claimed the Lackawanna League Division 1 Championship, District 2 Class 3A Championship and the PIAA 3A Eastern Championship. Abington Heights finished with an 18-4 record. From left, first row, Coach Rich Moroski, Zach Campbell, Ryan Harvey, Eric Salerno, Jimmy Fayocavitz, Colin Huggler, Tommy Rothenberger. Second row, Scranton Wilkes-Barre RailRiders mascot Quill, Coach Bill Zalewski, Anthony Duboski, Nick Carlini, Tim Graham, Zach Manasek, Peter Nolan, Sam Arnold, Matt McDonald, Tyler Ksiazek, Matt Hughes, Zach Karabin, Coach Tim Orue, Coach Justin Stevens, Lackawanna County Commissioner Patrick M. O’Malley, and RailRiders mascot Champ.

The Lackawanna County Commissioners awarded Certificates of Recognition to the Abington Heights baseball team and proclamations to the coaching staff and school in recognition of the squads season. The Comets claimed the Lackawanna League Division 1 Championship, District 2 Class 3A Championship and the PIAA 3A Eastern Championship. Abington Heights finished with an 18-4 record. From left, first row, Coach Rich Moroski, Zach Campbell, Ryan Harvey, Eric Salerno, Jimmy Fayocavitz, Colin Huggler, Tommy Rothenberger. Second row, Scranton Wilkes-Barre RailRiders mascot Quill, Coach Bill Zalewski, Anthony Duboski, Nick Carlini, Tim Graham, Zach Manasek, Peter Nolan, Sam Arnold, Matt McDonald, Tyler Ksiazek, Matt Hughes, Zach Karabin, Coach Tim Orue, Coach Justin Stevens, Lackawanna County Commissioner Patrick M. O’Malley, and RailRiders mascot Champ.

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