The Pittston Area and Wyoming Area swim teams both won their only meets last week, setting up a head-to-head meet Wednesday in the PA pool. The Lady Patriots – 4-0 in Division 3 and two-time defending champs – are on top of the division again. WA is only one meet behind at 3-1 and could claim a share of first place by upsetting PA on Wednesday.
A Bridge point is also on the line.
Pittston Area swimmers stayed unbeaten at 4-0 by overwhelming winless Dunmore on Friday in the PA pool 144-39. PA took first in nine of 10 events. Kate Musto, Addison Hazlet, Emily Seamen, Shelby Hoffman, won the 200 medley relay. Musto, Hazlet, Antoinette Antonacci, Liz Scialpi won the 200 free relay. Scialpi, Kassity Roche, Shannen Brady and Mia Nardone won the 400 relay.
Roche won the 200 and 500 free; Nardone won the 200 IM and 100 fly; Scialpi, the 50 free; Theresa, diving; Brady, backstroke and Antonacci, breaststroke.
Scoring seconds and third for PA were Cassie Wilczewski, Hazlet, Brady, Seaman, Kaycee Langan, Sierra Williams; Ashley Beers, Christine Riggs and Musto.
WA 95, Coughlin 81
Amy Alder won the individual 500 free and 200 free to help Wyoming Area post a 95-81 victory over Coughlin in Wyoming Valley Conference girls swimming Friday.
Alder was a four-time winner as she also swam a leg or the Lady Warriors winning 200 and 400 free relays. Caitlyn Kraynak, Melissa Kazmerick, Maria Pesta swam the 200 relay with Alder and it was Katy Dymond, Gabby Albergi and Kraynak on the 400.
Dymond also won the 100 free for WA. Scoring seconds and thirds for WA were Alberigi, Kraynak, Maria Pesta, Megan Bonomo, Dymond, Emily Shemanski and Amanda Bialy.
Wyoming Area at Pittston Area
Pittston Area …4-0
Wyoming Area …3-1