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    Jim Thorpe’s Lexi Marotto (14) maintains control of the ball as she dribbles past Tamaqua’s Jamie Zuber, left, and Rebekah Hromyak. RON GOWER/SPECIAL TO THE TIMES NEWS

Published September 23. 2019 11:36AM

Northwestern picked up victories in boys soccer, girls soccer and field hockey on Saturday.

In cross country, Northern Lehigh’s Reagan Pender had a second-place finish in the PIAA Foundational Invitational.

BOYS SOCCER

Jim Thorpe-Tri-Valley

Jim Thorpe posted a 3-0 non-league victory over Tri-Valley.

Chris Condly, Thor Huth and Aiden Clements scored the Olympians’ goals. Clements, Huth and Leandro Ramirez were credited with assists.

TJ Smith made four saves in net to record the shutout for Thorpe.

Bangor-Lehighton

Bangor picked up a 2-0 non-league win over Lehighton.

Dominic Martocci and Brian Barton both netted goals for the Slaters.

Bangor goalie Derek Lasher had three saves to record the shutout. Indians’ keeper Randy Bongiorno finished with six saves,

NDGP-Northern Lehigh

Notre Dame of Green Pond ran away with a 11-0 Colonial League win over Northern Lehigh.

Kendrick Gallego sparked the Crusaders’ offense with four goals, while Francesco D’Avella followed with two scores.

Pen Argyl-Northwestern

Four second-half goals propelled Northwestern to a 5-0 Colonial League victory over Pen Argyl.

Ryan Baker and Jason Blaine both recorded a goal and an assist for the Tigers. Luke Bryan, Josh Zellner and Brandon Gollas also scored goals.

Salisbury-Palmerton

Salisbury edged Palmerton for a 3-2 Colonial League win.

Corland Wood and Zack Brotzman netted the Bombers’ goals. Nick Papay and Jonny Perloni were credited with assists.

Bombers’ keeper Nic Singleton finished with nine saves.

Emmaus-Pleasant Valley

Jake Groh’s hat trick sparked Emmaus to a 10-0 Eastern Pennsylvania Conference victory over Pleasant Valley.

The Green Hornet’s Andrew Gaines chipped in with two goals, while Hudson Peck recorded a goal and two assists.

Pleasant Valley slips to 4-5-1 overall (4-4-1 EPC), while Emmaus remains perfect at 11-0 (9-0).

GIRLS SOCCER

Tamaqua-Jim Thorpe

Sophia Boyle’s four goals highlighted Tamaqua’s 7-4 Schuylkill League victory over Jim Thorpe.

Emma Kuczynski also had a strong performance with three goals for the Blue Raiders. Kuczynski, Rebekah Hromyak and Katie Rudy all finished with assists.

For Jim Thorpe, Lexi Marotto, Lydia Wallace, Nicole Carroll and Lauren Lekites all scored goals.

Blue Mountain-Lehighton

Blue Mountain recorded a 2-0 Schuylkill League win over Lehighton.

No. Lehigh-NDGP

Notre Dame of Green Pond picked up a 2-1 Colonial League win over Northern Lehigh.

Brooke Bower had the Bulldogs’ lone goal, while Emily Hunsicker was credited with the assist.

Grace Perna and Karli Mercurio scored the Crusaders’ goals.

Bulldogs’ goalie Erica Detweiler recorded eight saves.

Northern Lehigh falls to 2-10 overall (1-9 CL), while NDGP moves to 4-4-1 (3-3-1 CL).

Northwestern-Pen Argyl

Northwestern shut out Pen Argyl, 3-0, in Colonial League action.

Palmerton-Salisbury

Salisbury cruised to a 4-0 Colonial League victory over Palmerton.

Quinn Wittman paced the Falcons with two goals, while Olivia Hoeing and Aaliyah M’Bai each added single scores.

Lily Schimeneck recorded five saves to earn the shutout.

Pleasant Valley-Emmaus

Emmaus knocked off Pleasant Valley for a 3-0 Eastern Pennsylvania Conference win.

CROSS COUNTRY

PIAA Foundation Invite

Northern Lehigh’s Reagan Pender turned in another fine performance, finishing second in the girls’ 1A class at the 13th Annual PIAA Foundation Invitational in Hershey.

Weatherly, Northwestern and Marian also took part in the meet.

The Wreckers’ Scotty Zoscin had the top showing among area boys with a 30th-place finish in the 1A race. Danielle Gordon recorded a Wreckers’ best with a 74th-place finish in the girls.

For Northwestern, Matthew Santana was the top boy with a 55th place, while Angelina Klein was the best Tiger girl with an 18th-place finish.

Ford Marian, Kevin Early recorded a 106th-place finish, while.Grace Curnow’s 55th-place finish led the Fillies.

FIELD HOCKEY

Dallas-Lehighton

Aleah Nothstein’s second-half goal was the difference as Lehighton edged Dallas, 3-2.

Ally Miller and Brooke Schleicher gave the Indians an early 2-0 lead in the first half.

Kalie Rizzo posted the Mountaineers’ two goals – one in each half.

Indians’ keeper Angelina Romito finished with eight saves.

Lehighton is now 5-5 on the season.

Pen Argyl-Northwestern

Northwestern rolled to an 8-2 Colonial League victory over Pen Argyl.

Reagan Hernandez led the Tigers’ attack with two goals. Lauren Schellhamer, Morgan Werley, Brooke Page, Jalissa Molina, Brinley Rex and Allyson Myers all scored once. Schellhamer added two assists and Werley had one.

Bangor-Palmerton

Bangor recorded a 3-2 Colonial League win over Palmerton.

Megan Serfass had both of the Bombers’ goals.

GIRLS TENNIS

Jim Thorpe-Pen Argyl

Jim Thorpe defeated Pen Argyl, 4-1.

Christy McLean and Trista Gerhis had singles wins for the Olympians.

Jim Thorpe moves to 12-3 on the season.

Jim Thorpe 4, Pen Argyl 1

SINGLES

Christy McLean (JT) def. Molly Kutz 6-4, 6-2, Gabriella King (PA) def. Kaitlyn O’Neil 6-4, 4-6, 6-4; Trista Gehris (JT) def. Jaclyn Henrikson 6-4, 6-4.

DOUBLES

Evelyn Flores/Chloe Getz (JT) def. April Montini/Katelin Roses 6-1, 6-4; Gabby Nunez/Sophia Samoleski (JT) def. Morgan Haros/Shelby Hauff 6-2, 3-6, 6-2.

Blue Mountain-Tamaqua

Blue Mountain blanked Tamaqua, 5-0.

Blue Mountain 5, Tamaqua 0

SINGLES

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

DOUBLES

Kate Rubinkam/Carly Seitzinger (BM) def. Sabrina Pratt/Megan Oswald 6-2, 6-3; Natalie Rubinkam/Aspen Weizer (BM) def. Leah Turner/Lesile Antonio 6-0, 6-0.

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