First Posted: 4/24/2013
Nick O’Brien won the two marquee sprints, the javelin and ran a leg of the winning 400 relay as the Warriors defeated Hanover 78.5-71.5 on Tuesday in West Pittston.
He teamed up with Isaiah Peoples, Ben Steve and Farrad Condry on the relay. And O’Brien, Peoples and Steve swept the 100 and 200.
The Warriors also won the 3200 relay.
Other winners for WA were Fernandez in the 300 hurdles, Kyle Borton, discus; Cody Schmitz, long jump and Eric Filipak, 3200. Also scoring for WA were Nico Vasquez, Harding, LaNunziata, Hine, Ashworth, Wall, and Davis.
The Warriors are 4-1 in Division 2. Northwest leads the division at 5-0.
Tunkhannock 95.5, Pittston Area 54.5
Ronnie D’Eliseo continued tom burn up the hurdles with wins in the 110 in 14.8 and the 300 in 41.5. He was a triple winning running a leg of the winning 1600 relay with Tracey, John and Harth, a double winner. Also winning for PA were: Poli, shot put; Harth, 40o.
Also scoring for PA were: Aita, Harvilla, Connors, Valkos, Crawford and McCloe.
The Patriots are 1-3-1 in Division 1. Hazleton and Coughlin lead the division at 5-0.
Pittston Area 100 Tunkhannock 50
The Lady Patriots stayed unbeaten by doubling up Tunkhannock on Wednesday at Charley Trippi Stadium. The LPs lead the Division 1 at 5-0. Hazleton in 4-1.
Catherine Lombardo ran on two winning relay teams and won the 400 dash to pace Pittston Area. Lombardo teamed with
Mayers, Johnson, Kutchka on the 3200 relay and Waleski, Mayer and Barber on the 1600. Chisdock, Barber, Williams and Powers won the 400 relay.
Also winning for PA were: Lanza, 110 hurdles; Giambra, triple and long jumps; Powers, 100; Mimnaugh, 1600 and 800; Waleski, 300 hurdles; and Owens, high jump.
Also scoring for PA were Tubioli, Sheerer, Willams, Johnson, Parrent and Ashby.
Hanover Area 96, Wyoming Area 64
In a week where she played in three softball victories on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday, Serra Degnan ran the 200 on Tuesday and won. Also winning for WA were Haley Stackhouse who was a triple winner in the 110 hurdles and long jump and high jump; Emily Shemansky, 300 hurdles; Brown, 100; Kraynak, pole vault; and DeLuca, discus.
Scoring for WA were: Bulger, Hiedacavage, Malloy, Stillarty, Custer, Kazmerick and Alberigi.
Stackhouse finished third in the high jump at 5-2 at the Shippensburg Invitational last Saturday against some of the top teams in the state.
The Pittston Area girls and boys were also in the in the Shippensburg Invitational last weekend.
Their best finish was by D’Elieso who was second in the 300 hurdles in 38.92 to Kellen Williams of Chambersburg Area who ran a 38.85.
In the Shippensburg Invitational there were a minimum and of 20 and up to 32 entries in the events.
Mens 400m – 9th Mike Harth, 52.283
Mens 4x400m relay – 5th John, Naples, D’Eliseo, Harth, 3:32.08
Womens 100m – 20th Taylor Powers, 13.32
Womens 800m – 16th Catherine Lombardo, 2:26.931
Womens 1600m – 7th Madison Mimnaugh, 5:15.5412
Womens 300m Hurdles – 12th Elizabeth Waleski, 49.603
Womens 4x400m – 9th Waleski, Barber, Mayers, Lombardo 4:16.781
Womens 4x800m relay – 6th Lombardo, Johnson, Mayers, Kutcha 10:17.7613
Womens Long Jump – 6th Olivia Giambra, Pittston Area16-07.50
Womens Triple Jump – 10th Olivia 32-11.00
Pittston Area at Berwick
Wyoming Area at Lake Lehman