The Pittston Area girls swim team won its fourth consecutive Wyoming Valley Conference Division 3 title with a 110-74 win over Coughlin. Four Pittston Area seniors never lost a WVC meet: Arianna Pourmonir, Michelle D’Amico, Chloe Sanchez and Amanda Myrkalo.
Since the 2002-03 season, the Patriots were 39-0-1. Against Coughlin, the Lady Patriots won 10 of the 12 events. Pourmonir won the 200 and 500 freestyle, while Alicia Bryk won the 50 freestyle and the diving event.
Seton Catholic’s girls basketball team copped the third seed in District 2 with a 55-40 win over Wyoming Seminary. This was the fourth time the two teams met.
Seton’s Laine Sheerer scored a game-high 27 points, while Kelly Tracy scored 15. Melissa Reynolds scored another eight points. Karen Koval scored four points for Seton Catholic.
In a battle of unbeaten teams, the Wyoming Area wrestlers took care of Hazleton, 34-16.
The Warriors received wins from Pat Heck (98), Jeff Randazo (105), Mark Amato (138), Mark LaPorte (145), Jim Coolbaugh (155), Brian Hines (167), Frank Klein (195) and Marv Gilpin (hwt).
St. John’s girls basketball player Sue Brown scored her 1,500th career point, as she scored 33 points in a 62-21 win over West Side Tech. Brown went into the game needed 33 points to reach the milestone.
Brown scored 13 points in the first half and added another 20 in the second half. Teammate Karen Mikita scored 19 points. The win put the Johniettes at 11-0 for the season.