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Warriors Wrapup: Squier Continues Dominance
Squier was the only Elk Lake competitor in the girls' race.
In boys' action, A.J. Frick was 13th, overall, with a time of 19:34.
Other Elk Lake times in the meet were Mike Trowbridge (20:26), Alex Fisher (21:57) and Billy Rolison (22:06).
Head coach Will Squier reported that injuries prevented him from fielding a full boys' team for the meet, but he expects Jason Fissler, Nick Peterson and Tyrone Taylor to return soon.
At the Gettysburg Cannon Clash on Sept. 11, Jessica Squier finished sixth in a large field of runners with a time of 19:10.41 over the 3.1-mile course.
The field was so large that it was run in two heats. She ran in what was considered the "hot race," according to her father and coach.
"We were really happy with that time," Will Squier said.
At Montrose, on Sept. 9, the Meteors defeated Elk Lake, 3-0.
Adam Poodiak, Eric Henry and Colin Musa scored for Montrose. Jeff Snyder added a pair of assists.
Montrose outshot Elk Lake, 9-6, and had a 7-4 advantage in corner kicks.
Elk Lake goalkeeper Dominick Serine made two saves. Brandon Pipher had three stops for Montrose.
At St. Gregory's, Elk Lake evened its record to 1-1 with a 5-2 victory.
David Teetsel led the Warriors, now 1-1, with a pair of goals. Corey Smurkowski, Troy Hinkley and Kyle Hanjaras also scored.
Hanjaras and Paul Barnes were credited with assists.
Servine made seven saves for Elk Lake.
Patrick Redmond scored both of St. Gregory's goals.
Mark Iveza and William Michel combined for 14 saves.
At Tall Pines, on Sept. 7, Susquehanna Community defeated the Warriors, 6 1/2-2 1/2.
Winning their individual matches for the Warriors were Alex Kipar with a two-and-one win over Anthony Sellitto and Kirk Lunger with a three-and-two victory over Sean Lawson.
Elk Lake's Tim Jones and Susquehanna's Sean Wolf split their match.
Susquehanna's winners included Dusty Barton over Kyle Karpich, five-and-four; Craig Soden, who medaled with a score of five-over, over Derek Johnston, two-and-one,and Billy McHale over Christina Richardson, five-and-four.
In better-ball, Barton and Sellitto defeated Karpich and Kipar, one-up; Soden and Wolf downed Johnston and Jones, two-and-one, and Lawson and McHale dropped Lunger and Richardson, three-and-two.
On Sept. 10, Honesdale defeated Elk Lake, 8-1, at Honesdale Golf Club.
Karpich defeated Kurt Rickard, three-and-two, for Elk Lake's only win.
Honesdale's winners included Taylor Murray, two-and-one, over Jones; Kyle Tasselmyer, two-up, over Kipar; Sasha Bozic, five-and-four, over Rich Nasser; Kirby Bryant, two-and-one, over Lunger, and Tom Hattersley, four-and-two, over Johnston.
In better-ball, Murray and Tasselmyer downed Jones and Kipar, two-and-one; Bozic and Bryant defeated Nasser and Lunger, five-and-four, and Richard and Hattersley dropped Karpich and Johnston, three-and-one.
Hattersley was the medalist, firing a one-over 36.
At Tall Pines, on Sept. 13, Forest City and Elk Lake battled to a 4.5-4.5 tie.
Elk Lake's winners included Nasser, one-up, over Laura Heck; Kipar over Bill Orasin, two-up, and Jones, four-and-three, over John Torch.
Forest City's winners were Mike Turano, four-and-two, over Lunger, and Mike Green, four-and-three, over Johnston.
Karpich and Brad Sparks split their match.
In better-ball, Sparks and Turano downed Karpich and Lunger, three-and-two; Torch and Green defeated Jones and Johnston, three-and-one, and Elk Lake's Nasser and Kipar dropped Heck and Orasin, two-and-one.
At Montrose, on Sept. 10, the Lady Meteors shutout the Lady Warriors.
Brittany Ely scored three goals and added an assist for Montrose. Amber Lattner scored twice. Amanda Lass and Kate LaBarbera each had one goal.
At home, on Sept. 13, Elk Lake defeated Dunmore, 4-3.
Elk Lake's winners included Jenn McMicken, 6-0, 7-6 (6-4) over Laura Goodfield; Kristin Shingler, 6-1, 6-3, over Laura Swinick, and Molly Copeland, 4-6, 6-3, 6-2, over Lillia Philbin.
Dunmore's Michelle Kofel defeated Ginny Wilmarth, 2-6, 6-2, 6-0.
In doubles, Wilmarth and Copeland downed Philbin and Laura Lynch, 6-4, 6-4.
Dunmore's Goodfield and Swinick downed McMicken and Shingler, 5-7, 6-3, 6-2, and Sarah Carr and Angela Edwards defeated Samantha Post and Amanda Hollister, 4-6, 6-1, 7-6 (7-2).
At Wilkes-Barre, on Sept. 13, Amanda Zavada had a goal and an assist for Bishop Hoban.
Julie Amendola added a goal. Kelly Puffenberger had an assist.
Elk Lake outshot Hoban, 19-15. Hoban had an 18-4 corner shot advantage.
Elk Lake's Heather Shadduck made 13 saves. Caroline Suitch made 15 saves for Hoban.