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Due to forcasted high winds on Monday.
The Lakeland Boys won the Bob Spagna Lackawanna League Meet AA Championship on Tuesday. Cy Babcanec led the way with an individual win in the 400 and as part of the winning 4x400 meter relay team along with Matt Pidgeon, Logan Bednash and Tyler Schwartzstrauber. Other scorers for Lakeland were Babcanec (100,200), Matt Pidgeon (800), Jake Frazier (300 hurdles), Tommy Heller (pole vault), Kevin Johnson (Shot Put), Stephen Liuzzo (Discus), Josh Dippel (Discus), Seth Dippel (Javelin), 4x100 relay (Tommy Pidgeon, Tyler Prudente, Schwartzstrauber, Matt Pidgeon) and 4x800 relay (Both Pidgeons, James Lewis and John Noldy). Next up is the district 2 AA Championships on Monday.
The Lakeland Boys took second place at Jordan Relays on Thursday night. In route to their second place finish, the boys won 3 separate relays. The first win was the 4x100 meter relay with Tommy Pidgeon, Matt Pidgeon, Tyler Schwartzstrauber and Cy Babcanec. In the 1200 meter medley, Matt Pidgeon again teamed with Babcanec and Schwartzstrauber and got some help from Tyler Prudente while in the 1600 meter medley, Matt Pidgeon and Babcanec teamed with Jake Frazier and Jerry Borosky. The Chiefs took second in the 4x400 meter relay where Matt Pidgeon, Schwartzstrauber, Prudente and Babcanec raced together. The last of the medals was won by the ddistance medley relay with James Lewis, Frazier, Logan Bednash and Noah Chup. Next up, The Robert Spagna League Championship on Tuesday.
Lakeland boys finished the season as undefeated Division III Lackawanna League champions for the fifth consecutive year pushing their consecutive win streak to 31. Jake Frazier won both hurdles, Tommy Heller won the Pole Vault and Triple jump and Cy Babcanec won the 100 and 800. Seniors Tyler Schwartzstrauber, Stephen Liuzzo, and Seth Dippel picked up wins in the 200, Discus and Javelin respectively in their last home meet at Lakeland. Nick Liuzzo also hit the tape first in the 3200. Lakeland swept the relays again with wins in the 4x100 (Tommy Pidgeon, Matt Pidgeon, Schwartzstrauber, Tyler Prudente), 4x400 (Schwartzstrauber, Frazier, Matt Pidgeon and Babcanec), and 4x800 (Logan Bednash, Dylan Kovaleski, Shaun Swatt and John Noldy). Next up Jordan Relays this Thursday at Scranton Memorial Stadium.