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Trojanettes 3 Lake Lehman - 5
Trojanettes 1 Meyers - 0


Trojanettes - 2 Meyers 4
Trojanettes - 3 Tunkhannock 2
Trojanettes - 3 Wallenpaupack 0
Trojanettes - 4 Elk Lake - 0
Trojanettes - 2 GAR - 0
Trojanettes - 9 Pittston Area - 1
Trojanettes - 2 Meyers - 0
Trojanettes - 1 Wyoming Sem - 5
Trojanettes - 8 Berwick - 0
Trojanettes - 4 Honesdale - 1
Trojanettes - 8 Montrose - 1
Trojanettes - 6 Berwick - 0
Trojanettes - 7 Wyoming Area -1
Trojanettes - 5 Hanover - 0
Trojanettes - 5 Hazleton - 0
Trojanettes - 2 Hanover - 1
Trojanettes - 1 WVW - 6

10/26/2007 - Sections taken from Times Leader
Nanticoke ended its season at 14-2 with a loss to Lake Lehman. in the PIAA District 2 Class 2A quarterfinal game.

The loss was a bittersweet ending for the Lady Trojans, who cruised through the Wyoming Valley Conference Division II to win the championship.
“It’s difficult to lose, no matter what point it is in the season,” said fourth-year head coach Jamie Spencer. “We appreciate the championship. We won it last year and this year, so that’s a big accomplishment. But we were hoping to go farther in the playoffs.”

GNA wins, in 2A quarters
The Times Leader staff

Leigh Ann Rentko found the winning touch late in the second half.
With an assist from Katie Nearhouse, Rentko slotted the winning goal in Nanticoke Area’s 1-0 win over Meyers on Tuesday at Kistler Field. With the win, the two-time Wyoming Valley Conference Division II champions have earned a berth in the quarterfinal round of the District 2 Class 2A field hockey tournament.
Nanticoke will play Lake-Lehman at 7 p.m. on Thursday at Edward Edwards Stadium.
“They just fought really hard to win this one,” said Nanticoke head coach Jamie Spencer.
With only four shots on goal the entire game, Nanticoke was stifled most of the game by a stingy Meyers defense. Throw in three saves by Mohawks goalie Erin Conrad and it had the makings of a bad day for any offense.
“We had the ball on their end most of the game,” said Spencer. “We just couldn’t sneak one past that defense.”
Thursday’s game marks the first time this season that the Trojans (Division II, 14-2) will face the Black Knights (Division I, 12-3).
“We haven’t seen them play yet, but Lehman always has a very strong team,” said Spencer. “We just have to keep our heads on straight and play a strong game.”

Unbeaten Wyoming Sem pins first loss on Nanticoke
By Jill Snowdon - Citizens' Voice

Nanticoke Area may have suffered its first loss of the season, Wednesday afternoon, but the Trojanettes won a lot of respect.
Nanticoke, the top team in Division II of the Wyoming Valley Conference, gave a solid effort against an undefeated Wyoming Seminary squad at Klassner Field in a crossover game.
The Blue Knights, however, used an unselfish offense to keep its unbeaten streak alive with a 5-1 victory. Sem improves to 9-0, while Nanticoke drops to 7-1.
"I was pretty impressed with Nanticoke," Klassner said. "That might be the best Nanticoke team I've seen in a while. They have really good team play and a lot of speed. They have strong drives, good tackling and kept their sticks to the ground. And their goalie (Catherine Cooney) did a great job."
Nanticoke's Kati Nearhouse, Leigh Ann Rentko and Jennifer Harnischfeger were all over the field trying to create opportunities with their quickness, but the Blue Knights had enough speed of their own to keep up.
Sem scored the go-ahead goal 10 minutes into the contest when Kat Sharkey followed up a rebound off a shot from Kelsey Kolojejchick. From there the Blue Knights strung together three more goals for a 4-0 halftime lead.
"Even when they were down they played tough, like it was 0-0," Sem midfielder Devon Gagliardi said. "I think they played a really great game." The Trojanettes managed to get on the scoreboard as Nearhouse knocked a shot into the open cage.
"I think the nerves were over after halftime and they stepped it up," Nanticoke coach Jaime Spencer said. "This was a great learning experience and we had our chance but Sem seemed to be there every time."
Sem defender Allie Gordon was especially effective in the backfield for the Blue Knights as she made two defensive saves.
Sem also showed its balance on offense as five different players contributed to the scorebook. Kolojejchick led the way with two goals and an assist.
Gagliardi had a goal and an assist. Madeleine Hackett assisted two goals and Sunny Stirewalt chipped in with a score, a diving shot that zipped to the center of the goal.
"We graduated five starters so there were a lot of positions people needed to fill and in the beginning we weren't really clicking," Gagliardi said. "But that's changed a lot as the season has gone on. And I have confidence that when I put the ball where it needs to be, one of my teammates is going to be there to pick it up."

Citizens' Voice

Coach: Jamie Spencer
Last season: 13-3 in WVC: lost to Lake Lehman in the District 2 AA Quarterinals

SENIORS: Kyra Phair, def; Kristy Gleco, def; Rachel Zerfoss, mid; Catherine Cooney, goalie; Courtney Engle, fwd; Clarissa King, fwd; Leigh Ann Rentko, mid/fwd.
JUNIORS: Amanda Madajewski, mid; Nikki Jezewski, mid; Gabriel Malishchak, def; Megan Bogdan, fwd; Holly Mitkowski, fwd; Nicole Najaka, def.
SOPHOMORES: Jennifer Harnischfeger, def; Jennifer Myslowski, fwd; chelsey Zelasko, goalie; Alyssa Jaskulski, def; Kati Nearhouse, mid/fwd; Katie Kuzminski, def.
FRESHMEN: Sara Bertoni, fwd; Genel Gronkowski, def; Courtney Katra, fwd/mid; Donelle Kalinay def; Lexy Bolinski, mid; Ashlee Rittenhouse, def; Alicia Luczak, fwd; Amanda Evarts, def.