Seton Catholic’s girls basketball team used a 45-point second half to upend Old Forge, 73-45, in the quarterfinals of the PIAA District 2 Class A championships at Wyoming Area.
Seton’s Krystina Durako finished with 23 points and 18 rebounds. Aniell Caprari scored 15 points and added 12 rebounds. The Lady Eagles advanced to play the Bishop O’Hara-Forest City winner.
Regis Academy player Julie Viercinski scored her 500th career points as a member of the girls basketball team. She was the first player in team history to reach the milestone. Julie is the daughter of John and Marie Viercinski, West Wyoming.
Thanks to Marvin Gilpin’s pin in the heavyweight bout against Coughlin, the Wyoming Area wrestling team finished the season unbeaten and won its first Wyoming Valley Conference championship.
Had Gilpin lost, the Warriors would have settled for a share of the championship. Gilpin ended up beating Coughlin’s Dave Lapinski with a pin late in the third period.
Wyoming Area coach Happy Cooper was hoisted in celebration by his wrestlers following the match.
The Pittston Area boys basketball team fell to Nanticoke, 69-60, in the second-to-last game of the regular season. The Patriots played Wyoming Area to end the season.
Even though Pittston Area lost, the Patriots still advanced to the district playoffs. Against Nanticoke, Mark Rostkowski scored a game-high 23 points, while Joe Yanchis scored 20. Jim Blaskiewicz scored eight points.