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BOYS TIP-OFF TOURNAMENT RECAPS
The Joseph Nespoli tourney held at Berwick was another productive way to start the season for the host Bulldogs. Berwick advanced to the championship game after pounding Southern Columbia 62-18 as they grabbed an early 24-8 lead and were paced by Damon Beckhorn (17 points), Jude Goddard (11), and Ken Marshman (with 11). Wyoming Seminary also advanced to the title tilt once again after the Blue Knights slipped by Selinsgrove (61-55) as Jeremy Callahan (28) and Dimitri Gnall (20) led the way. In the championship matchup, the Dawgs got things rolling as they placed four in doubles (Goddard 18, Marshman 14, Beckhorn 14, and Austin Markle 12). In the 62-42 loss, Sem got a combined 29 of their 42 points from Callahan and Gnall.
In the Lake Region Tip-Off played at Wallenpaupack, the host Buckhorns used a 20-8 advantage through the second period and got balanced scoring (Kyle Pillar 12, Elijah Rosenthal 11, and Mitch Guerrieri 11) to defeat Monticello (NY) 59-46. Paupack then took on East Stroudsburg North who rolled over Lackawanna Trail, 60-26 in the opening round. In the title game, ESN bolted out to a 27-6 lead after the initial stanza and coasted to a 58-40 victory. Rosenthal netted 8 in the loss for the Buckhorns. Lackawanna Trail dropped the consolation to Monticello (64-60) getting 14 points from Anthony Berrios and 11 each from Travis Ankoff and Ronnie Traver.
In the Sayre Tourney, Blue Ridge once again captured the championship, coming away with a 56-45 win over Susquehanna. Jeff Morris poured in 27 points as the Raiders pulled away from a close two-point lead heading into the final quarter. In the loss, Susquehanna got 14 points from Mason Deakin and a dozen from Eric Lee. Blue Ridge advanced to the title game with a 54-46 win over Wyalusing Valley as Morris hit 21 and Mike Allen added 11. In the other semi-final, Susquehanna rallied for a 54-40 win as the Sabers were led by Tyler Williams (14) and Garret Grausgruber (with 10).
The Jerry Finan Tourney is currently underway at Carbondale and, due to a series of weather-related postponements, will finally be completed a full week after it began. The shortened opening night slate saw West Scranton hold off a spirited effort by Honesdale to advance with a 49-48 win. Cole Stetzar led the Invaders with 14 points while Matt Williams added 10. The Hornets, who led at the break 32-30, got 15 points from Jack Rickard and 10 from Anthony DeGori. The other semi-final, between the host Chargers and Forest City, will take place on Thursday. The consolation and championship matchups will tip-off on Sunday beginning at 3pm.
As has become a bit of a tradition for Williamsport, the Millionaires once again participated in the highly-regarded William Penn Bearcat Tip-Off Tourney held at York High. In Saturday’s opener vs. state 6A top-rated Reading, Billtown staged an impressive comeback after trailing by as many as 20 points in the first half. After trimming the deficit to 14 at the break (39-25), the Cherry and White continued to battle back via some sensational 3rd quarter defense (forcing 9 turnovers). A 4th period triple from standout Stanley Scott (21 points) cut the gap to a single point, 49-48, before the Red Knights regrouped for the hard-fought 65-55 win. Port also got 14 points from their versatile big man Qayyim Ali. The Millionaires rebounded to secure a 77-48 consolation win over South Philadelphia as they placed 5 players in doubles (Ali 20, Scott 11, Malik Washington 14, Marcus Simmons 12, and Rondell Carson 10).
BOYS EXHIBITION GAME RECAPS
Among Wyoming Valley Conference teams, several squads (in addition to previously-discussed Berwick) have jumped out to 2-0 starts. One team that has already caught everyone’s attention is Dallas. The Mountaineers, behind the guidance of Mark Belinski, notched wins against Boys’ Latin (64-49) and top-rival Lake-Lehman 66-23. In their win over the Philly Pub Division B team, Jay Bittner led the way with 16 points while Nick Kocher and Joey Parsons each added 10. Parsons then netted 16 while Alex Charlton added a dozen in their win over the Black Knights. Nanticoke Area got off to a great start behind the scoring of senior Luke Butczynski. In their 76-27 opener win over Forest City, he scored 26. He then added 23 more (including 4 triples) as the Trojans defeated Old Forge on the road, 68-46. Nate Kreitzer and Zack Cardone combined to score 25 in the win while Ben Grochowski (16 points) and Kevin Walsh (15) led the Blue Devils. Hazleton Area, a team with tons of optimism heading into this season, hosted perennial East Penn Conference contender Parkland on Saturday afternoon. And although the Trojans are clearly facing a rebuilding campaign, they have talent, particularly in Division 1 recruit Sam Iorio (who scored 21). The Cougars, at times, played at mid-season caliber as they came away with a 77-57 win placing 5 players in doubles (Jeff Planutis 17, Michael Cusatis 15, Da’Mir Faison 11, Josh Samec 11, and Nolan Genasevich 11). Wilkes-Barre GAR stormed back from a 17-8 first quarter deficit to outscore Delaware Valley 56-29 the rest of the way and gain a 64-46 win over the Warriors. In the win, Will Johnson was superb netting 21 points while Andrew Campbell and Anthony Hawk each added 10. DV got 22 combined points from Shane Acoveno and Tyler Smith. Pittston Area used a 35-19 advantage in the first and fourth stanzas to top Hanover Area 61-48 as Alex McAndrew scored 24 for the Pats (Tyler Diggs and Brandon Chafin combined for 32 to lead the Hawkeyes). Wyoming Valley West got 17 points from Sean Judge and 16 from Draig Cooley-Ruff as the Spartans defeated Riverside 63-53. The Vikes were paced by Evan Carrubba (14) and Bill Nash (13). Wilkes-Barre Coughlin has been getting high-scoring from senior Charles Cobbs (a 4-year starter). He netted 28 and got 17 from teammate Dominigue Flippen as the Crusaders doubled up Lake-Lehman, 52-26. Holy Redeemer hit the road on Saturday and toppled Hunter College 68-34 as the Royals got 14 points from Nick Prociak and 22 combined from Colin Cook and Luke Nealon. Northwest Area got 4 triples from Jaxson Yaple (22 points) and 12 from Caleb Diltz as the Rangers won their opener over Benton, 61-44. Wyoming Seminary bounced back with a strong 57-35 win over Coughlin as the Knights got 23 from Dimitri Gnall and 15 from Jeremy Callahan. Flipped netted 11 for Coughlin. And elsewhere, MMI Prep dropped their opened to Panther Valley as the Preppers got 11 points from Philip Byriel.
Switching to Lackawanna League action, Scranton Prep trailed early against Wilkes-Barre Meyers (26-15), but used a 20-8 run to take the lead at the break. The Cavaliers’ speed and athleticism eventually prevailed for a 77-65 victory as Logan Bailey (15), Nick Dende (14), and Brett Para (11) led the way. The Mohawks got 19 points from Omar Kelly, 18 from Levaugn Soules, and 17 from Juwane Buckner. Abington Heights moved out a 2-0 start after wins over Holy Cross (56-33) and Wyoming Valley West (85-43). In the win over the Crusaders, George Tinsley scored 18 while 6-11 senior center Seth Maxwell added 14. Against WVW, all five starters hit double figures for the Comets (Tom Rothenberger 17, Jackson Danzig 17, Tinsley 14, Maxwell 11, and Trey Koehler 10). Aaron Austin and Sean Judge combined for 25 for the Spartans. Holy Cross bounced back for a 55-43 win over Pittston Area as Malachi Philips hit 16 while Matt Nelson and Pat Galvin combined for 25 (Alex McAndrew had a dozen for the Pats in the loss). Mid Valley is off to a 2-0 start after the Spartans defeated Montrose (44-25) and Valley View (58-39). Brad Kalinowski and RJ Gouldsbury both came up big in those wins – Kalinowski had a 2-game total of 34 while Gouldsbury totaled 33. Noah Tanner also chipped in 18 for MV in the win over the Cougars. North Pocono defeated Dunmore 44-40 as the Trojans, who were paced by Chris McLafferty with 13, rallied from an early deficit. The Bucks got 12 points from John Mandarano. Scranton split their two games, first defeating Crestwood 68-44 and then dropping a 48-44 loss to East Stroudsburg South. In their win over the Comets, the Knights used a big second half to secure the win and were led by Matt Hart (19), Ky’Ron Harbin (17), and Nasir Cunningham (12). Kyle Gegaris sank 20 points in the loss for Crestwood. Scranton continued to get a nice inside effort from Hart as he contributed 16 points in their loss to ESS. Carbondale topped Elk Lake in the annual Mike “Red” Wallace game 73-51 as the Chargers got 18 from Evan Dearie and 12 from Andrew Manarchuk. The Warriors got 24 from Ben Woolcock in the opening night loss. Montrose rebounded from their loss to Mid Valley by nipping Wilkes-Barre Coughlin 49-44. The Meteors got 15 from Brennan Gilhool. The Crusaders got yet another strong effort from Charles Cobbs with 23 points. Valley View defeated Lakeland 62-40 as the Cougars got 17 from Bobby Craig and a dozen from Marc Kudrich. The Chiefs got 24 combined from Jack Curnow and Randy LaBorde. Honesdale’s comeback bid fell just short in a 71-68 loss to Pocono Mountain East. The Hornets, who trailed by 17 at the break, got 17 from Joey Scarfalloto and 14 each from Colin Richard and Konnor Burke. Stefan Forbes shot lights-out for PME with 9 triples (33 points). Western Wayne got a winning drive basket by Dahlton Frisbie (13 points) and 15 from Luke Pike as the Wildcats topped Mountain View 33-31 (Matt Lavin had 15 for the Eagles). Riverside bounced back for a 63-41 win over Susquehanna as Evan Carrubba netted 20 for the Vikes (Tyler Williams had 12 for the Sabers). And, Old Forge dropped a 57-47 loss to Minersville despite Ben Grochowski and Brandon Nee teaming up for 25 points for the Blue Devils.
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Luke Butczynski (6-4 senior forward) has Nanticoke Area off to a 3-0 start. In their opener, a 76-27 win over Forest City, he netted 26 points including 4 triples. On Saturday night on the road against Old Forge, the senior scored 23 points and hit 4 more treys as the Trojans came away with a 68-46 victory. Then, on Wednesday night in a 59-45 win over Riverside, the 6-4 forward contributed 18 points.
George Tinsley (6-4 sophomore forward) has proven to be an early catalyst for Abington Heights. In their annual tip-off matchup against an always tough Holy Cross squad, he hit 18 points in the Comets’ 56-33 win. Monday night, the soph netted 14 points in their 85-43 win over Wyoming Valley West. Then, on Wednesday night, in a 58-47 loss against powerful Williamsport, the versatile forward led the way for AH with a dozen points.
UPCOMING DISTRICT 2 BOYS GAMES
Scranton at Wilkes-Barre GAR
Forest City at Carbondale (Finan Tourney Semi)
Wilkes-Barre Meyers at Central Columbia
Holy Redeemer at Holy Cross
Hanover Area at Nanticoke Area
West Scranton at Pittston Area
North Pocono at Mid Valley
Delaware Valley at Crestwood
Honesdale at Riverside
Wyoming Valley West at Scranton
Lake-Lehman at Lackawanna Trail (Cal King Tourney)
Lakeland vs. Western Wayne (Cal King Tourney)
Montrose at Tunkhannock
Susquehanna at Wyoming Seminary
Blue Ridge at Windsor
Old Forge at Valley View
Wallenpaupack at Dunmore
Scranton Prep at Archbishop Wood
Hazleton Area at Central Dauphin East
Abington Heights vs. LaSalle College HS (Muhlenberg)
Crestwood at Williamsport
North Pocono at Dallas (ppd TBA)
Berwick at Bloomsburg
Montoursville at Northwest Area (ppd to 1/28)
Elk Lake at Northeast Bradford (ppd TBA)
Our Lady of Lourdes at MMI Prep
Hazleton Area vs. Whitehall (Allentown Allen HS)
Carbondale vs. West Scrantyon (Finan Championship)
Honesadale vs. Forest City (Finan Consolation)
Lackawanna Trail vs. Western Wayne (Cal King Championship)
Lake-Lehman vs. Lakeland (Cal King Consolation)
Holy Cross at Dallas
Mid Valley at Wilkes-Barre Meyers
Nanticoke Area at West Scranton
Abington Heights at Holy Redeemer
Riverside at Scranton
Wyoming Seminary at Central Columbia
Wyoming Area at Carbondale
Towanda at Montrose
Tunkhannock at Honesdale
Hanover Area at North Pocono
MMI Prep at Marian Catholic
Carbondale at Forest City
Elk Lake at Wyalusing
Valley View at Lackawanna Trail
Tunkhannock at Delaware Valley
Shamokin at Berwick
Wilkes-Barre GAR at Williamsport
Scranton Prep at Wyoming Valley West
Wilkes-Barre Coughlin at Delaware Valley
Mountain View at Old Forge
Lakeland at Wyoming Area
Lackawanna Trail at Wyoming Seminary
Marian Catholic at Western Wayne
Weatherly at Northwest Area
Elk Lake at Wallenpaupack
Freedom Village at Susquehanna
Abington Heights at Dunmore
Riverside at North Pocono
Carbondale at Valley View
Lakeland at Montrose
Old Forge at Shenandoah Valley
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GIRLS TIP-OFF TOURNAMENT RECAPS
At the Lady Cougar Tip-Off played at Hazleton Area, the host team broke open a close game (leading 42-38 after three periods) to post an impressive 61-43 win over Abington Heights. Their stellar backcourt of Maddie Mrochko and Kendra Pfeil combined for 34 points while Megan Trivelpiece added 12. The Lady Comets got 21 combined from Sharon Houlihan and Hannah Kowalski. Harrisburg advanced in the other semi-final game, 61-38 over Lake-Lehman as the Lady Cougars jumped out to a 20-5 lead after one quarter. In the loss, Madison Borum netted 16 points for the Lady Knights. In the championship game, Harrisburg used a 42-26 advantage through the 1st and 3rd periods to defeat Hazleton Area 58-44. Mrochko scored 15 while Pfeil added 14 for HA. Abington Heights bounced back to secure a 47-34 win in the consolation game over Lake-Lehman as Kowalski led the way with 11.
In the Joseph Nespoli Tourney played at Berwick, the host Bulldogs used their veteran experience and leadership to defend their title with a 57-30 win over Wyoming Seminary as Reese Mensinger hit 22 points and Tori Talanca added 17. The duo had already combined for 31 points in their semi-final 56-24 victory over Central Mountain. Wyoming Seminary advanced to the title game with a 46-42 win over Hanover Area as the Lady Knights got 15 points from Alex Wesneski. The Lady Hawks got 13 points from Sara Whitesell in that loss, but then rebounded to grab the consolation game by defeating Central Mt. 44-38 as Victoria Benning hit 17 and Mary Slusser 13.
At the Hawley Lake Region Tournament played at Wallenpaupack, Carbondale got 12 points from Maressa Artone as the Chargerettes rolled over Western Wayne, 40-21. In the other matchup, Wallenpaupack played excellent defense and powered by Monticello (NY) as Megan Guerrieri netted 22 points. In the championship, Paupack took an 11-point lead into the locker and held on for a 49-40 win over Carbondale as Guerrieri led the way with 16. The Chargerettes got 10 each from Ann Totsky, Amelia Zazzera, and Mikenna Walsh. Western Wayne took the consy 58-29 over Monticello (NY) as the Lady Wildcats got 15 points from Gracie Guarino and 12 from Caitlin Henneforth.
The Plymouth Rotary Mike Duda Memorial Tourney once again brought together a fantastic lineup of teams. Final round games have been postponed from Tuesday night to Sunday. In the opening round, Dallas built a 16 point halftime cushion and then held off West Scranton for a 48-41 victory. The Lady Mounts got 17 points from Maddie Kelly and 25 combined from Sara Lojewski and Lauren Charlton. Destiny Jefferson led the Lady Invaders with 18 points. In the other matchup, Wyoming Valley West used some hot shooting and terrific press defense as the Lady Spartans topped Honesdale, 63-45. WVW was paced by Erin Gibbons (23 points) and Gabby Smicherko (21). The Lady Hornets, who found themselves in a 29-5 hole after the first eight minutes, got 10 points from Emily Theobald. WVW battles Dallas in the championship and West Scranton takes on Honesdale in the consolation.
Northwest Area split a pair of games at the Muncy Rotary Tournament, winning in the opening round 54-35 over Muncy and then dropping the championship game to Hughesville 47-36. In the win over Muncy, the Lady Rangers got 21 points from Brenna Babcock and 16 from Hannah Wisniewski. In the title tilt loss, Northwest kept fighting back despite a 17 point halftime deficit as Raegan Harrison led the way with 16. At the Towanda Tip-Off, Blue Ridge had a pair of close games. In their 41-34 semi-final loss to Sayre, the Lady Raiders got outscored 14-6 in the final stanza. In the consolation win against Towanda, Blue Ridge rallied for a 41-39 win. Isabella Cosmello had a 2-game total of 24 points. Elsewhere, Williamsport dropped their opener at the 3-team Mifflin County Tip-Off losing 69-36 to the host team.
GIRLS EXHIBITION GAME RECAPS
Among Lackawanna League teams, Scranton Prep is off to a 2-0 start after victories over Holy Redeemer (50-47) and Tunkhannock (52-20). In their win over the Lady Royals, the Classics used their inside game to move out to a halftime lead, but Holy Redeemer would use their pressure defense to make this one close all the way to the final shot. Katherine Dzwonczyk (14 points) and Holly Daveski (13 points) paced Prep while Sam Razja hit 13 for HR. In their win over Tunkhannock, the Classics got 20 from Julia Sirotnak and led at intermission 25-0. Holy Cross bolted out to an 11-2 lead and defeated Scranton 52-42 as the Lady Crusaders got 17 points from Abby Anderson, 14 from Lexi Walsh, and 12 from Mollie Burda. The Lady Knights were paced by Ciaira Lloyd with 18 and Erin Barrett with 14. Monday night Scranton battled Dunmore to a 38-38 deadlock after 24 minutes, but the Lady Bucks then shut down the Lady Knights offense to post a 57-42 win. Maddie Martin led the way with 22 for Dunmore while Lloyd netted 15 for Scranton. Elk Lake got 11 each from Justine Johns and Keri Jones as the Lady Warriors topped Tunkhannock 49-34. Abby Ritz had 12 for the Lady Tigers who got outscored 27-12 in the second half. Elk Lake then got 22 combined points from Jones and Abby Johns but dropped a 48-42 loss as Sayre rallied for the win. Riverside got 14 points from Liz Spindler plus 21 combined from Jess Millan and Shelby Slaboda in their 54-24 win over Delaware Valley (outscoring the Lady Warriors 34-4 in the middle periods). Lakeland topped Forest City 36-23 as Brooke Estadt and Katie Retzbach teamed up for 21 points (Skylar Fortuner had 10 for the Lady Foresters). Valley View defeated Montrose 38-22 as the Lady Cougars got 14 from Olivia Chieffallo and 13 from Jen Nguyen. Valley View then dropped a 45-29 loss to Mid Valley as the Spartanettes got 11 each from Erica Haefele and Ani Holt. North Pocono led Allentown Central Catholic at the break, 13-12, but the Lady Vikes went on for a 35-24 win over the Lady Trojans who got 11 points from Chloe Pehanick. Old Forge got 15 points from Lindsey Walsh and 11 from Jennifer Regan in a 39-25 win over Wilkes-Barre GAR. And Lackawanna Trail came up short against Sullivan County, 49-17.
Turning toward Wyoming Valley Conference teams, Wyoming Area is off to an impressive 2-0 start. The Lady Warriors got 31 points from Sarah Holweg (including 5 triples) and 14 from Katie Wolfgang in a 63-41 win over Susquehanna. WA then got 23 from Holweg, 19 from Lydia Edwards, and 11 from Wolfgang in a 68-48 victory over Mountain View (who got 16 points from Erica Freely). Wilkes-Barre Meyers is also off to a 2-0 start. They Lady Mohawks got 12 each from Erin Morris and Gianna Skaff in a 55-19 win over Wilkes-Barre Coughlin. Meyers then got 21 combined points from Bella Skaff and Gianna Skaff in a 39-36 win over Montrose (who got 10 each from Annalise Ely and Harper Andre). Another 2-0 squad, Pittston Area, used some excellent press defense to come away with wins over Wilkes-Barre GAR (62-41) and Hanover Area (54-28). So far, Taryn Ashby and Kirsten Durling have been leading the way for the Lady Patriots. Durling had a 2-game total of 41 points and Ashby 39. Alexis Whiting has 13 for GAR in their loss to PA. Victoria Benning netted 18 for Hanover in their loss to the Lady Pats. Crestwood pulled away in the final period getting 15 points from Julia Makowski in a 44-34 win over Pleasant Valley. And, Wyoming Seminary got 14 points from Alex Wesneski in a 47-19 win over Wilkes-Barre Coughlin.
GIRLS LLHOOPS PLAYERS OF THE WEEK
Kendra Pfeil (5-7 senior guard) is part of a talented backcourt tandem for Hazleton Area. In the Lady Cougars home opener, she scored 14 points in a 61-43 win over a highly-regarded Abington Heights squad. The senior guard then hit another 14 points in the championship game of their tip-off tourney, but her team came up short to powerful Harrisburg, 58-44. Then, against Williamsport Tuesday night, she netted 13 points in a 57-33 victory for Hazleton Area. Over the three games, she is also averaging 2 treys per game.
Isabella Cosmello (5-7 senior guard) has Blue Ridge off to a good start. In their opener against an always tough Sayre team, she scored 24 points in a 41-34 loss. The Lady Raiders then rebounded behind her 14 points to defeat Towanda 41-39 in the Sayre Tourney consolation game. Tuesday night, the senior point guard sank 24 points (including a pair of triples) to defeat Wyalusing, 54-41.
UPCOMING DISTRICT 2 GIRLS GAMES
Holy Cross at Holy Redeemer
Scranton at Pittston Area
Dunmore at West Scranton
Honesdale at Lakeland
Tunkhannock at Montrose
Mid Valley at Wyoming Seminary
Mountain View at Abington Heights
Williamsport at Crestwood
Delaware Valley at Stroudsburg
Northwest Area at Weatherly
Lackawanna Trail at Riverside
Carbondale at West Scranton
Pittston Area at North Pocono
Valley View at Old Forge
Holy Cross at Western Wayne
Nanticoke Area at Susquehanna
Wilkes-Barre Coughlin at Wilkes-Barre GAR
Bethlehem Catholic at Scranton Prep
Montoursville at Wyoming Area (ppd to 1/9)
Wilkes-Barre Meyers at Mid Valley (ppd to 12/23)
Abington Heights at North Schuylkill
Wyalusing at Elk Lake (ppd to TBA)
Dallas at Old Forge
Marian Catholic at Lake-Lehman (ppd to 1/24)
Minersville at Crestwood (ppd to TBA)
Wyoming Valley West at Williamsport (ppd to 1/14)
East Stroudsburg South at Honesdale (ppd to 12/30)
North Pocono at Hanover Area (ppd to 12/23)
Riverside at Tunkhannock (ppd to 1/7)
Pleasant Valley at Delaware Valley (ppd to 1/7)
Wilkes-Barre Coughlin at Montrose (ppd to 1/7)
Lackawanna Trail at Wyoming Seminary (ppd to 1/21)
Honesdale vs. West Scranton (WVW Tourney Consolation)
Dallas at Wyoming Valley West (WVW Tourney Championship)
Holy Redeemer at Dunmore
Wyoming Valley West at Scranton Prep
Crestwood at Riverside
Abington Heights at Pittston Area
Honesdale at Holy Cross
Western Wayne at Wyoming Area
Nanticoke Area at Hanover Area
East Stroudsburg North at Wallenpaupack
North Pocono at Pocono Mountain West
Lakeland at Susquehanna
Jim Thorpe at Lake-Lehman
Wilkes-Barre GAR at Delaware Valley
Mountain View at Northeast Bradford
Wilkes-Barre Coughlin at Northwest Area
Lackawanna Trail at Valley View
Honesdale at Mid Valley
Carbondale at Forest City
West Scranton at Montrose
Old Forge at Minersville
Wyoming Valley West at Dallas
Scranton at Riverside
Pittston Area at Crestwood
Wyoming Area at Northwest Area
Valley View at Holy Cross
Lake-Lehman at Wilkes-Barre Meyers
Holy Redeemer at Wilkes-Barre GAR
Berwick at Hanover Area
Elk Lake at Lackawanna Trail
Old Forge at Scranton Prep
Susquehanna at Western Wayne
Nanticoke Area at Wyoming Seminary
Wilkes-Barre Coughlin at Hazleton Area
Delaware Valley at Warwick
Williamsport (at Montoursville Tourney)
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