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College Roundup: Elk Lake Grads Compete in PSAC Championships
Good finished eighth in both the 60-meter and 200-meter dashes.
She won her 200-meter heat in a time of 26.17 seconds and ran a 26.09 in the final.
In the 60-meters, she was second in her heat with a time of 8.02 seconds and ran a slightly slower 8.06 in the final.
Jessica Sekely, another Elk Lake graduate, who competes for East Stroudsburg University, was tenth in the weight throw with a distance of 44-1.5.
Schools, a Wyalusing Valley graduate and freshman on the Susquehanna indoor track team, finished seventh in the pole vault at the Landmark Conference championships last weekend.
He cleared 12-5.5 inches, nearly three feet off the height of former Canton standout Tim Layng, competing for Moravian, who won the even with a height of 15 feet, 5 inches.
Lewis, a Wyalusing Valley graduate and senior wrestler at Lycoming College, earned ECWC All-Academic honors recently.
To be named to the All-Academic list, a wrestler had to maintain a 3.30 G.P.A., either cumulative or over the previous two semesters.
Lewis, who suffered a season-ending injury in January, had a 1-9 record this season. He finished his career with a 31-38 mark, including seven victories by fall.
Misericordia Men's Basketball
On Feb. 23, DeSales defeated Misericordia, 78-69, in the MAC Freedom Conference semifinals.
Ethan Eichhorst paced the Cougars with 19 points.
Trevor Woodruff, a Wyalusing Valley graduate, is Misericordia's head coach.
The Cougars, 15-11, overall, played Wesley College last night (March 2) in the opening round of the ECAC South tournament. If the Cougars won, they will play either Lebanon Valley or Marywood on Saturday, March 5.