The Crestwood boys soccer team defeated host Holy Redeemer, 5-2, in a game played October 12.
Alex DeSpirito led the Comets in scoring with two goals. Also scoring for Crestwood were RJ Kresge, Connor Keenan and Zach Metzger.
Crestwood recorded 30 shots on goal compared to 11 for Holy Redeemer.
Crestwood got past Meyers, 2-1, in a game on October 14.
Scoring for the Comets were RJ Kresge, assisted by Hubert Herrera, and Alex Despirito. Crestwood out shot Meyers, 46 to 14.
Comet keeper Lance Lysiak had 13 saves in the win.
Crestwood defeated MMI Prep, 6-1, in a game on October 15.
Matt LaCoste paced the Comets’ offense two goals in the opening half.
Jason Klusewitz (Lysiak), Max Gariano (Herrera), Kyle Gegaris and Tim Stewart (penalty pick), rounded out the scoring for the winners.
The Comets recorded another win on October 17, defeating Nanticoke, 3-1. RJ Kresge scored two of the Comets’ goals while Dylan Perrone added one in the win.
Crestwood outshot Nanticoke, 22-12. Lysiak had nine saves in the win.
In girls’ soccer, Crestwood also recorded a win over Holy Redeemer, 3-1, on October 12.
In a balanced scoring attack, Bella Termini (Bree Fetterman), Nina Atie, (unassisted) and Melissa Herrara (Katelyn Whetstone) each scored for the Lady Comets.
McKenna Mera had 11 saves in the win.
On October 13, the Crestwood girls defeated Meyers, 7-2.
Melissa Herrera and Bree Fetteramn each scored two goals and assisted on two others.
Sam Brumagin added a goal and an assist while Lexi Gaetano and Bella Termini each scored unassisted in the second half of play.
Mera saved three for the Lady Comets.
The Lady Comets defeated Nanticoke, 3-0, in a shutout win on October 17.
Brumagin led Crestwood with two goals while Bella Termini added one.
+++++ In volleyball Crestwood (8-0)
remained undefeated in league play last week with a 3-0 win over Wyoming Valley West on October 14. Scores were 25-13, 25-17 and 25-17.
Ally Olszyk led the Lady Comets with 19 service points, 10 assists, six aces and four kills. Teammate Sydney Keller finished with six kills, five service points and four blocks while Maria Ellis chipped in with eight service points and three aces.