The Wyoming Area baseball team won the annual Ashby Game, 6-5, over Pittston Area and Kyle Shamnoski was named the Most Valuable Player of the game.
Shamnoski drove in three runs, including the game-tying and game-winning RBI. The winning pitcher for Wyoming Area was Lou Falzone. Carmen LoPresto and Sam Parente each had two hits for the Patriots.
Pittston Area’s pitching duo of Amanda Darbenzio and Jen Borget, along with first inning home runs from Amber Hubert and Jen Rebovich, lifted the Patriots past Bishop Hoban.
The Argents managed just two hits off the PA pitchers. Rebovich finished with three hits, while Tara Weech had two hits, including a double. Carolyn Dulney was 3-for-4 and scored on Rebovich’s homer.
The Wyoming Area boys track and field team clinched the 1986 Wyoming Valley Conference championship with a 105-46 win over Crestwood and a 78-72 triumph over Wyoming Valley West.
The Warriors improved to 14-0 on the season. It was coach John Zwirek’s first career WVC title. Against Valley West, Rob Yochem won the high jump to clinch the event, whileJoe Curley won the 1,600 and Len Hromek won the 3,200. Paul Paczowski won the shot put, Joel Skursky won the javelin and Gordon Simerson won the long jump.
The Pittston Area track and field team won the Jordan Relays with a 27-17 margin over Wyoming Valley West.
The Patriots won the gold in the 440 sprint relay with the team of Mark Justick, Jim Graziosi, Sam Granteed, Tom Sabetta and Mike Corcoran. The half-mile relay was won by Justick, Graziosi, Corcoran and John Poli. A silver medal was won by Mike Lokuta, Greg Alba, Charles Daczka and Carlton Hurtt in the two-mile relay.
The Patriots also won a bronze in the mile relay and a fourth place finish in the mile medley.
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