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Patriots edge Berwick stay unbeaten at 5-0

The Pittston Area boys track team beat Berwick Friday 76-74 to remain unbeaten at 5-0. They have two meets left both at home against Hazleton and Tunkhannock. Hazleton is 3-2. Tunkhannock is 5-0. That sets up the possibility of a deciding meet with Tunkhannock for the D-I title.

For the PA boys Simons, Gima, Hampton, and McLean won the 3200 relay. D’Eliseo won the 110 hurdles. Other PA winners: McLean, 1600; Poli, shot; Rydzy, 300 hurdles and long jump; and Roman, high jump.

In the girls meet C. Lombardo, K. Lombardo, Kutcha, Bolton won the 3200. Also winning for PA were Lanza, 100 hurdles; Powers, 100; C. Lombardo, 1600; Kutcha, 400; Powers, Mozeleski, Hurtt, and Dworak, 400 relay; C. Lombardo, 800; Mazeleski, 200; C. Lombardo, 3200 and Scanlon, high jump.

Meanwhile the Wyoming Area boys and girls teams split with Meyers Tuesday at Jake Sobeski Stadium. The boys won 82 – 68. The girls lost 82 – 66. The boys are 3-1. The girls are 2-2.

Eric Eramo won the high jump and the pole vault to lead Wyoming Area. Ahmad Bouie won all three sprints. He took the 100 in 11.2, the 200 in 22.9 and the 400 in 52.9.

Hromek, 1600; Campenni, discus; Basta, long jump; Filipak, 3200; and Smith, javelin were also winners for WA.

In the girls meet Sara Radzwilka won the 800 and the 400 for Wyoming Area. Also for WA Michelle Golden won the 3200 and was second in the 16o0. Cruz won the 1600. Shiner won the triple and long jumps;

Taylor won the discus; Gitkos, javelin and WA also won the 1600 relay.

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