Elk Lake Field Hockey Defeats Berwick
On Sept. 20, Dylan Simmons had three goals and a pair of assists in a 7-0 field hockey win over Berwick.
Trevor Gowin added a pair of goals and an assist, John Krieg had a goal and an assist. Sabrina Clark also scored and C.J. Bevin added an assist.
Luke Myers made four saves.
On Sept. 22, Western Wayne defeated Elk Lake, 8-1.
Adam Phillips won his individual match with Mike Valvano, 1-up, for Elk Lake’s only point.
Other individual results had Kevin Karabin defeating Ricky Guiton, 4-and-2; Matt Howe downed Jeremy Schwarztrauber, 2-and-1; Bob Dyer stopped Marshall McCarty, 4-and-3; Evan Munley downed Zack Canfield, and Matt Roberts defeated Matt Domasiewicz, 4-and-3.
In better-ball play, Karabin and Howe defeated Guiton and Schwarztrauber, 4-and-2; Dyer and Munley downed McCarty and Canfield, 4-and-3, and Valvano and Roberts stopped Phillips and Domasiewicz, 3-and-2.
On Sept. 20, Elk Lake tied Blue Ridge, 4.5-4.5.
Guiton and Blue Ridge’s Andrew Burdick split their individual match.
For Elk Lake, McCarty defeated Olivia Rockwell, 3-and-2, and Domasiewicz dropped Trey Hillard, 5-and-3.
Blue Ridge’s Casey Burdick downed Tim Marbaker, 2-and-1; Mike Gathany edged Canfield, 1-up, and Austin French defeated Phillips, 1-up.
In better-ball play, Guiton and Marbaker split with Andrew Burdick and Casey Burdick. Canfield and McCarty split with Gathany and Rockwell. Phillips and Domasiewicz defeated French and Hillard, 5-and-3.
On Sept. 26, Forest City defeated Elk Lake, 3-2. After losing the first two games, 25-13, 25-17, Elk Lake evened the match, winning the next two games, 25-17, 25-22. Forest City closed out the victory with a 15-13 win in the fifth game.
On Sept. 22, Dunmore swept Elk Lake, 3-0 (25-14, 25-11, 25-11).
Katie VanEtten had two kills for the Lady Warriors. She also handed out four assists, as did Susanne Tewksbury.
On Sept. 20, Mountain View swept Elk Lake, 3-0 (25-14, 27-25, 25-17).
Kelsey Caines led Elk Lake with three kills. Van Etten and Carley Bennett each had five digs.
On Sept. 29, Montrose swept the singles’ matches to defeat Elk Lake, 3-2.
Montrose’s Megan Hinds defeated Kyleen Sisson, 6-2, 6-0; Gracee Rose downed Lindsey Shingler, 6-0, 6-2, and Ceara Hartman dropped Sonya Griffiths, 4-6, 6-4, 6-3.
In doubles, Elk Lake’s Meghan Bush and Lydia Watkins defeated Jen Reed and Anna Ruseki, 6-4, 6-1. Taylor Watkins and Hannah Cave downed Holly Andre and Lizzy Escobar, 7-5, 6-2.
On Sept. 22, Valley View blanked Elk Lake, 5-0.
In singles’ play, Jessica Lockley defeated Sisson, 6-1, 6-0; Caitlin Barnell downed Shingler, 6-1, 6-1, and Amber Jadus dropped Griffiths, 6-2, 6-0.
Liz Aniska and Gina Cheifallo downed Bush and Lydia Watkins, 6-2, 6-2, in doubles. Karly Young and Brittany Mecca dropped Taylor Watkins and Cave, 4-6, 6-1, 6-0.
On Sept. 21, Elk Lake edged Riverside, 3-2.
Bush and Lydia Watkins teamed to defeat Tate Jackson and Kate Aniska, 6-3, 7-5. Cave and Taylor Watkins completed the doubles’ sweep, defeating Kelsey Williams and Samantha Keoonela, 6-4, 6-1.
Griffiths defeated Riverside’s Neena Healey, 1-6, 6-2, 6-3.
Riverside won the other two singles’ matches with Liz Cannon defeating Sisson, 6-4, 7-6, and Liz O’Hearn dropping Shingler, 6-2, 7-5.
On Sept. 24, the Elk Lake girls finished fourth and the boys were 21st at the PIAA Foundation Invitational at Hershey’s Parkview Cross Country Course.
The Lady Warriors finished with 133 points, trailing only Quaker Valley (95), Saint Basil Academy (104) and Holy Redeemer (108) in the Varsity Blue Race.
Jenny VanEtten led Elk Lake with a 12th-place finish in 20:58. Other overall places and times included Maria Trowbridge (18, 21:14), Kirsten Hollister (29, 21:26), Lainey Bedell (42, 22:14), Abby Zdancewicz (48, 22:29), Emily Williams (64, 23:01) and Cassy Salsman (115, 24:48).
For the boys, who finished with 510 points, Luke Jones and Will Bennett had strong races.
Jones was fourth, overall, with a time of 16:52. Bennett finished 13th in 17:33. Other overall places and times included Jason Vermeulen (108, 19:39), Matt Horvath (189, 21:15), Cooper Cole (201, 21:34), Brandon Roman (222, 21:56) and Zach Moon (253, 22:46).
On Sept. 20, the Elk Lake girls remained undefeated, downing Abington Heights, 18-31; Valley View, 15-50, and North Pocono, 27-28.
VanEtten led Elk Lake with a third-place finish in 20:32. Trowbridge was sixth in 21:29. Other places and times included Hollister (8, 21:57), Zdancewicz (10, 22:23) and Bedell (11, 22:28).
In the boys’ race, Elk Lake defeated Valley View, 22-35, lost to North Pocono, 25-36, and dropped a tiebreaker to Abington Heights, 28-28.
Jones won the race with a time of 16:35. Bennett was fourth in 17:53.
On Sept. 22, Holy Cross downed Elk Lake, 7-1.
Ryan Wilson scored Elk Lake’s only goal to open the match.
Matt Cuomo had 19 saves for the Warriors.
On Sept. 20, Tanner Reyan scored both Elk Lake goals in a 2-1 win over Montrose.
Wilson and Tyler Arnold each had an assist.
Nick Dudock and Danny Noldy split time in net for 17 saves.