Wyoming resident Alison (Hepler) Wolfgang, the eighth all-time leading scorer in Susquehanna University women’s basketball history, was inducted into the Susquehanna Athletics Hall of Fame.
Wolfgang, the current Wyoming Area girls assistant coach, finished her career with 1,090 points and was also named to Susquehanna’s All-Century Team in 2003. In her senior season, she averaged 18 points and five rebounds. Wolfgang graduated from North Schuylkill High School and then Susquehanna in 1995.
Wyoming Area’s Donny Morgan became the first Warriors wrestler to bring home a state medal in a decade when he took third place in the 125-pound category at the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association Class AA Championships in Hershey.
Morgan defeated Sayre’s Gabe Webster, 6-4, to earn his bronze. The last time a Wyoming Area wrestler won a state medal was when Brian Hines and Mark Amato won fourth and fifth, respectively, in 1987.
The GAR boys basketball team, coached by Pittston resident John Hopkins, fell to Washington, 68-50, in the PIAA Class AA state championship game at Hershey Park Arena.
GAR finished 20-3 for its best season to date.
The Pittston Area freshman boys basketball team finished the season with a 20-4 record after taking care of Bishop Hoban, 42-41, to win the Luzerne County Championship.
High scorers for the Patriots were Ralph Clapps and Steve Haluschak. The team was coached by Ron Rinaldi.
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