Scranton Prep swimmers excel at Les Richards Championships


Compiled by Robert Tomkavage



Lastauskas


Submitted photos

Campo


Submitted photos

BOYS BASKETBALL

Blue Devils down Lions

Old Forge defeated Lackawanna Trail, 53-35, in a Lackawanna League crossover game on Thursday, Feb. 11 in Factoryville. Cody Stuenzi and Travis Ankoff each scored nine points for the Lions.

Comets hold off Invaders

Tim Toro scored 12 points to help Abington Heights defeat West Scranton, 37-19, in a Lackawanna League Division 1 game on Thursday, Feb. 11 in Scranton.

Cavs topple Cougars

Scranton Prep defeated Valley View, 78-46, in a Lackawanna League Division 1 game on Thursday, Feb. 11 in Scranton. Logan Bailey led the Cavs with 21 points, Paddy Casey scored 14 and Pat Cosgrove scored 10.

Comets crush Knights

Tim Toro scored a game-high 18 points to lead Abington Heights past Scranton, 77-45, in a Lackawanna League Division 1 game on Tuesday, Feb. 9 in South Abington Township. Seth Maxwell added 14, Jordan Hollander scored 12 and Colin Klingman had 10 for the Comets.

Cavaliers knock off Warriors

Scranton Prep defeated Delaware Valley, 78-49, in a Lackawanna League crossover game on Wednesday, Feb. 10 in Scranton. Dean Lucas led the Cavs with 18 points while Logan Bailey scored 17 and Paddy Casey added 14.

Lions fall to Foresters

Despite nine points from Anthony Berrios and Travis Ankoff, Forest City defeated Lackawanna Trail, 50-35, in a Lackawanna League Division 4 game on Wednesday, Feb. 10 in Factoryville.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Classics rout Lady Cougars

Scranton Prep downed Valley View, 63-28, in a Lackawanna League Division 1 game on Wednesday, Feb. 10 in Archbald. Jillian Paulus led the Classics with 20 points. Kathleen Rose added 12 and Julia Sirotnak scored 10.

Lady Devils hold off Lady Lions

Old Forge defeated Lackawanna Trail, 56-52, in a Lackawanna League crossover game on Wednesday, Feb. 10 in Old Forge. Ally Decker led Trail with 18 points and Lexie Kwiatkowski scored 12.

SWIMMING

Prep dominates championships

Scranton Prep placed first in six of the 11 girls events at the Les Richards Championships on Saturday, Feb. 13 in Scranton. Cat Donlon finished first in the 200 free and 100 fly, Audrey Campo placed first in the 200 individual medley and 100 breast, the Classics 200 medley (Peyton McNulty, Campo, Donlon, Victoria Wrobleski) and 200 free (Campo, McNulty, Lauren Lanzendorfer, Donlon) also placed first in the meet. Leah Byman placed first in the 100 free for Abington Heights.

The Prep boys won five of 11 events. Nico Lastauskas placed first in the 200 individual medley and 500 free, Thomas Pfaeffle finished first in the 100 fly, and the Cavs 200 medley (Pfaeffle, Lastauskas, Michael Durr, Joe Kyle Bushta) and 200 free (Lastauskas, Durr, Pfaeffle, Bushta) also placed first in the meet. Brendan Conahan finished first in the 100 back for Abington Heights and the Comets 400 free relay team (Sam Jubon, Conahan, Chris Suh, Ben Vale) placed first.

WRESTLING

Lions down Trojans

Lackawanna Trail defeated Nanticoke, 60-12, in a non-league meet on Thursday, Feb. 11 in Nanticoke. Colin Mulhern (120), Justin Ganser (126), David Moyle (132), Jacob Furneaux (182), Trent Phillips (195) and Robert Buck (285) won by pin for the Lions. Tyler Baltrusaitis (138), Tom Kohinsky (145), Trent Ashley (152) and Rocco Pacini (170) won by forfeit.

Buckhorns top Cavs

Wallenpaupack defeated Scranton Prep, 39-33, in a Lackawanna League meet on Wednesday, Feb. 10 in Scranton. Sammy Segers (106 lbs.), Tommy Carroll (160), Chris Bender (195) and Thor Balavage (220) won by pin for Prep. Grady Germain (126) won by forfeit and Bruce Parola (170) won by decision.

Lastauskas
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_ABJ-SP-Swim-profile-1-1.jpgLastauskas Submitted photos

Campo
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_ABJ-SP-Swim-Campo.jpgCampo Submitted photos

Compiled by Robert Tomkavage

Reach the Abington Journal newsroom at 570-587-1148 or news@theabingtonjournal.com.

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