GIRLS ROUNDUP: Toomey scored 1,000th point in Dunmore romp

GIRLS ROUNDUP: Toomey scored 1,000th point in Dunmore romp

Victoria Toomey scored 22 points, including the 1,000th of her career, Monday night to lead unbeaten and top-ranked Dunmore to a 56-22 victory in a Lackawanna League Division 3 girls basketball game at Mid Valley.

The all-state forward/center and Rider University commit reached the 1,000-point mark with 5:43 left in the game when she hit two free throws to increase the lead to 42-12.

Toomey had seven points to help Dunmore out to a 12-4 lead after one quarter. The Lady Bucks then scored 10 straight points to start the second quarter and added a Mia Blume 3-pointer for a 25-6 lead late in the half.

Dunmore, the No. 1 Small School Girls team in the Astra Wealth Advisors Super Six Power Rankings of District 2 teams, improved to 3-0 in the Lackawanna League Division 3 and 10-0 overall.

The Lady Bucks move one-half game in front of Riverside in the division.

Wallenpaupack 40, Western Wayne 23

Hannah Smith scored 17 points as Wallenpaupack avenged a holiday tournament loss and bounced back from a blowout loss two nights earlier to beat visiting Western Wayne in a game for the Lackawanna Division 2 lead.

Wallenpaupack, the defending division champion, improved to 2-1 in the Lackawanna League and 8-3 overall. It suffered its first league loss, 51-22, at Abington Heights Saturday night.

Western Wayne, which won the Honesdale Jaycees title with the help of a victory over Wallenpaupack, fell to 1-2 and 9-3.

The Lady Buckhorns outscored the Lady Wildcats 28-11 in the middle two quarters to take a 35-16 lead.

Megan Guerreri added 12 points in the win.

Gracie Guarino led Western Wayne with 13.

Scranton Prep 63, Scranton 23

Rachael Rose scored 17 points, all in the first half, as Scranton Prep maintained a share of first place with the Lackawanna Division 1 victory.

Rose had 12 points in the first quarter when the Classics took a 22-8 lead.

By halftime, Elise Penetar had joined Rose in double figures with 12 points and Scranton Prep led 37-13.

The Classics are 3-0 in the Lackawanna League and 10-1 overall.

Abington Heights 42, West Scranton 38

Abington Heights rallied on the road in the fourth quarter of the Lackawanna Division 1 game to extend its winning streak to eight games and also reach 3-0 in the league.

Nya Johnson hit a 3-pointer at the third-quarter buzzer to put West Scranton ahead, 28-25.

The Lady Comets outscored the Lady Invaders, 17-10, in the fourth to trim the tie for the division lead from four to three teams.

Rachel McDonald’s 3-pointer put Abington Heights ahead, 40-38.

Maria Tully then added two clinching free throws.

Valley View 58, North Pocono 45

Valley View used the home-court crossover win to remain tied for first in Lackawanna Division 1 with Scranton Prep and Abington Heights.

Susquehanna 49, Elk Lake 30

Susquehanna opened a 27-6 halftime lead and moved into a tie for the Lackawanna Division 4 lead with the road win.

Mackenzie Steele led the Lady Sabers with 16 points.

Bethany Maby added 15 points and Taylor Huyck had 11.

The Lady Sabers matched Mountain View, which had a bye, at 2-0 in the division.

Wyoming Seminary 49, Hanover Area 35

Alex Wesneski scored 21 points to lead Wyoming Seminary to the win in the battle for the Wyoming Valley Conference Division 3 lead.

Wesneski had eight points in the second quarter when the Blue Knights outscored the Lady Hawkeyes, 16-5, to open a 28-12 halftime lead. She had 10 of Wyoming Seminary’s 13 points in the fourth.

Madison Hooper led Hanover Area with 11 points. Kyleen McCance added nine on three 3-pointers.

Holy Redeemer 58, Crestwood 24

Sam Yencha scored 17 points to lead Holy Redeemer to the WVC crossover game victory and into a one-half game lead in Division 2.

The Lady Royals are 5-0 in the WVC.

Krista Papura led the Lady Comets with nine points.

Wyoming Valley West 37, Nanticoke 34

Toni Amato scored 16 points to lead Wyoming Valley West to the WVC crossover win.

The Lady Spartans held the Trojanettes to two first-quarter points.

Lauren Casey led Nanticoke with 12 points.

Emily Hauer had all eight of her points in the third quarter when the Trojanettes scored 15 points to close the gap to 30-24.

Berwick 44, Dallas 39

Renny Murphy finished with 16 points and Berwick recovered from a three-point halftime deficit in the WVC crossover game.

Pittston Area 54, Wyoming Area 42

Lily Savoy scored 15 points and earned the Tom Tigue Award as Pittston Area’s Most Valuable Player in a victory over host Wyoming Area in the Tigue-Denisco Cup Game that was also a WVC crossover contest.

Savoy also grabbed six rebounds, blocked three shots and made three steals.

Aleah Kranson had 15 points, 10 rebounds and 6 steals to receive the Tony Denisco Award as Wyoming Area’s MVP in the game.

Meyers 67, GAR 33

Allycia Harris had 18 points and 10 rebounds to lead Meyers to the WVC Division 3 win over its Wilkes-Barre rival.

Tunkhannock 51, Coughlin 46

Annaliese Verbeek had 19 points and Rebecca Avery added 18 for Tunkhannock, which needed a 21-10 fourth quarter to rally past Coughlin in a WVC crossover.

Riverside 60, Mountain View 22

Riverside rolled in the non-league game to improve the district’s best record to 11-0.


Honesdale defeated host Delaware Valley, 62-53, for its first Lackawanna Division 2 win. … Old Forge romped past visiting Carbondale, 63-32, in Lackawanna Division 3. … Lackawanna Trail ripped host Forest City, 63-37, and Montrose routed visiting Blue Ridge, 46-21, in Lackawanna Division 4 games. … The Lake-Lehman/Hazleton Area, Lakeland-Holy Cross and MMI Prep-Northwest games were postponed because of icy road conditions.