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    Jim Thorpe goalie Kate Bos and Lehighton’s Brittney Bartasavage (16) collide as Bos comes off the line to try to prevent a shot on goal. Bos recorded a shutout as the Olympians defeated Lehighton, 4-0. For a photo gallery go to BOB FORD/TIMES NEWS

Published September 11. 2019 12:37PM

Jim Thorpe and Tamaqua both picked up shutouts in girls soccer action on Tuesday.


Lehighton-Jim Thorpe

Jim Thorpe moved to .500 with a 4-0 Schuylkill League win over Lehighton.

Kelli Hogarty, Nicole Carroll, Lauren LeKites and Heidi Washel all scored for the Olympians (3-3), while Lydia Wallace recorded two assists. Kate Bos earned her third shutout of the season in goal.

Alyssa Meyers made 13 saves for the Indians.

Tamaqua-North Schuylkill

Sophia Boyle’s hat-trick sparked Tamaqua to a 7-0 Schuylkill League win over North Schuylkill.

The Blue Raiders’ Emma Kuczynski added two goals and three assists.

Katie Rudy and Logan Hartney also scored for Tamaqua.

So. Lehigh-No. Lehigh

Southern Lehigh defeated Northern Lehigh 4-1 in a Colonial League match.

Kaija Adams, Emily Hewko, Emma Singley and Emily Jordan accounted for the Spartans’ scores, while Bella Touzeau was credited with two assists.

Taylor Reitz recorded the Bulldogs’ lone goal. NL keeper Erica Detweiler grabbed 11 saves.


Palmerton cruised to a 7-1 Colonial League victory over Wilson.


Minersville erupted for an 11-0 Schuylkill League win over Weatherly.


Northwestern-Saucon Vy.

Saucon Valley escaped with a 1-0 Colonial League win in overtime against Northwestern.

The Panthers’ Zachary Nicholas posted the game’s lone goal. Zachary Appel was credited with the assist.


Wilson cruised to a 11-2 Colonial League victory over Palmerton.

No. Lehigh-So. Lehigh

Southern Lehigh ran away with an 8-0 Colonial League win over Northern Lehigh.


So. Lehigh-Northwestern

Lauren Schellhamer’s first-half goal was enough to lift Northwestern to a 1-0 Colonial League victory over Southern Lehigh.

Brynn Balliet was credited with the assist for the Tigers.

Northwestern improves to 3-1-1 overall (3-0-1 CL), while handing Southern Lehigh its first loss of the season (4-1, 3-1 CL).

Pleasant Valley-Nazareth

Five first-half goals propelled Nazareth to a 7-0 Eastern Pennsylvania Conference win over Pleasant Valley.

Zoey Emrick led the Blue Eagles with four goals, while Amber Buskirk added two.

Emma Strohl finished with 18 saves for the Bears.


No. Lehigh-Northwestern- Palmerton-Wilson-Bangor

Northwestern’s boys and girls swept a multi-team Colonial League meet. The Tigers posted wins over Bangor, Wilson and Pen Argyl.

Northern Lehigh’s Reagan Pender won the girls’ race.

Angelina Klein (third), Allison Costa (fourth), Maci Fisher (seventh) and Kailyn Jones (eighth) all had top-10 finishes for Northwestern.

Pender’s finish highlighted a 2-1 day for the Bulldogs.

Palmerton’s Natalie Mosier placed sixth.

In the boys’ race, Cole Chukoskie (fourth), Samuel Bower (fifth), Matthew Santana (sixth), RJ Zack (seventh), Joseph Pleban (eighth) and Joseph Chukoskie (10th) all recorded top-10 finishes for the Tigers.

Northern Lehigh’s Jared Thomason finished 13th, while Palmerton’s Mike Noyola was 19th.


Bangor 15, Palmerton 50

Northern Lehigh 16, Bangor 39

Northwestern Lehigh 15, Bangor 50

Wilson 15, Palmerton 50

Wilson 27, Northern Lehigh 30

Northwestern Lehigh 24, Wilson 35

Northern Lehigh 15, Pen Argyl 50

Northwestern Lehigh 15, Pen Argyl 50

Pen Argyl vs. Palmerton (No Score) *

1. Reagan Pender (NL) 18:35.72, 2. J. Pote (W) 20:11.28, 3. Angelina Klein (NW) 20:20.26, 4. Allison Costa (NW), 5. A. Errico (W), 6. Natalie Mosier (P), 7. Maci Fisher (NW), 8. Kailyn Jones (NW), 9. T. Pagan (PA), 10. Z. Bronson, 11. Alison Lorah (NL), 12. S. Pezzino (PA), 13. M. Days (W), 14. Claire Costa (NW), 15. Nicole Landes (NW).

* Neither Palmerton nor Pen Argyl had enough runners to score.


Bangor 17, Palmerton 43

Bangor 15, Northern Lehigh 50

Northwestern Lehigh 20, Bangor 41

Wilson 22, Palmerton 34

Wilson 15, Northern Lehigh 50

Northwestern Lehigh 20, Wilson 43

Pen Argyl 17, Palmerton 43

Pen Argyl 15, Northern Lehigh 50

Northwestern Lehigh 20, Pen Argyl 42

1. A. Coppleola (PA) 16:20, 2. M. Bubba (B) 17:20, 3. A. Koehles (W) 17:49, 4. Cole Chukoskie (NW), 5. Samuel Bower (NW), 6. Matthew Santana (NW), 7. RJ Zack (NW), 8. Joseph Pleban (NW), 9. M. Coleman (B), 10. Joseph Chukoskie (NW), 11. N. Debellis (PA), 12. Nathan Vincent (NW), 13. Jared Thomason (NL), 14. J. Dlermer (PA), 15. J. Leonard (NDES).

Freedom-PM West-Becahi-PM East-Liberty-Pleasant Vy.

The Pleasant Valley boys and girls picked up one win apiece in a multi-team Eastern Pennsylvania Conference meet.

The Bears scored a 24-35 win over Becahi on the boys’ side, and posted a a 28-29 victory over Freedom in the girls’ meet.

Mikayla DeReinzi led the PV girls with a third-place finish, while Lily Mingora placed 10th.

Evan Fisher-Perez crossed the finish line in third place for the Pleasant Valley boys.


Pleasant Valley 28, Freedom 29

Liberty 18, Pleasant Valley 43

Becahi 25, Pleasant Valley 30

1. Emily Jobes (L) 20:25, 2. Isabella Weikert (L), 3. Mikayla DeReinzi (PV) 20:41, 4. Maragret Burke (BC), 5. Paris Hayden (PME), 6. Camryn Bortz (L), 7. Madison Drager (L), 8. Ella Scott (L), 9. Eliza Fihlman (F), 10. Lily Mingora (PV), 11. Heather Browning (PME), 12. Mikailyn Matacavage (L), 13. Julia Heineman (F), 14. Marcela Banuelos (BC), 15. Ella Bray (PMW).


Freedom 21, Pleasant Valley 34

Liberty 18, Pleasant Valley 45

Pleasant Valley 24, Becahi 35

1. Cole Frank (L) 16:35, 2. Casey Frank (L) 17:20, 3. Evan Fisher-Perez (PV) 21:00, 4. Jack Hollar (PME), 5. Philip Bezas (L), 6. Alex Heidemann (F), 7. Eric Mann (F), 8. Alex Hume (F), 9. Matt Parkin (F), 10. Andrew Layne (L), 11. Jacob Orrico (L), 12. Samuel Graybeal (L), 13. Matthew Millen (BC), 14. Caden Hosfeld (L), 15. Daniel Smith (BC).


Blue Mountain-Lehighton

Lehighton came away with a 25-17, 25-14, 25-18 Schuylkill League win over Blue Mountain.

Sophia Salerno led the Indians with 11 digs and three kills, while Alyssa Frey chipped in with 12 assists. Allison Reph (eight digs), Danielle Miller (five kills) and Alexis Soloman (four kills) all contributed to the victory.

Saucon Vy.-Northwestern

Saucon Valley rebounded after dropping the first set to score a 15-25, 25-13, 25-14, 25-22 Colonial League win over Northwestern.


Palmerton posted a 25-8, 25-22, 25-11 Colonial League victory over Catasauqua.

Panther Vy.-No. Schuylkill

Panther Valley defeated North Schuylkill, 25-8, 25-12, 25-11 in a Schuylkill League match.

Erika Dubosky finished with 10 kills, eight aces, five blocks and two digs for the Panthers, while Jenna Dubosky added 14 assists, eight kills and three aces. Olivia Dacey (six kills, two digs) and Natalie White (three kills, two blocks) also had strong performances for PV.


Tamaqua-Blue Mountain

Blue Mountain swept Tamaqua, 5-0.

Blue Mountain 5, Tamaqua 0


Lauren Gumaer (BM) def. Jocelyn Rega 6-0, 6-1; Lily Wright (BM) def. Anjelika Bollentino 6-1, 6-0; Paige Blankenhorn (BM) def. Nami Choi 6-1, 6-0.


Kate Rubinkam/Sophie Chawluk (BM) def. Sabrina Pratt/Megan Oswald 6-1, 6-1; Natalie Rubinkam/Aspen Weizer (BM) def. Leah Turner/Lesile Antonio 6-0, 6-1.


Pleasant Valley-ES North

Pleasant Valley posted a 558-612 Eastern Pennsylvania Conference win over East Stroudsburg North.

The Bears’ Dan Sadler earned medalist honors with a 96.

Pleasant Valley 558, ES North 612


Dan Sadler 96, Jullian Surrette 106, Nico Ferara 106, Aiden Krock 120, Peter Macready 130.


Calvin Walsh 114, Matt Pavlovsky 120, Husna Kamar 124, Anthony Rossi 126, Evan Tilton 126.

Played at Pocono Hills.

Mahanoy Area-Tamaqua

Mahanoy Area posted a 377-431 Schuylkill League win over Tamaqua.

The Golden Bears’ Nick Mikita took medalist honors with a 90.

Nick Behr had a 103 to lead the Blue Raiders.

Mahanoy Area 377, Tamaqua 431


Nick Behr 103, Megan Schoener 105, Cole Ackerman 111, Carson Barron 112.


Nick Mikita 90, Will Conroy 91, Kaleb Maksimik 97, Luke Matta 99.

Played at Mountain Valley.


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