Hello, everyone!

There were some bumps in the road, and some threats to their throne, but Delaware Valley is still king of the Wyoming Valley Conference.

After dominating the upstart conference in its first four seasons, only losing one playoff match, and going unbeaten in the regular season throughout the run, the Warriors had three losses this season and were forced into a three-team playoff for the Division I title.

First, Delaware Valley dispatched of Dallas on Mother’s Day, avenging two of its losses. Then, Monday, the Warriors got a goal from Anton Mackey less than a minute into overtime to beat Wyoming Seminary, 9-8, and defend its division crown.

DV’s Anton Mackey
Photo by Christopher Dolan



Delaware Valley regular-season record since the start of the Wyoming Valley Conference 




12 – 0


12 – 0


10 – 0


9 – 0


10 – 3

53 – 3


So now, Delaware Valley moves into the District 2-11 Class 3A Subregional Tournament as the only Class 3A program competing in District 2.

Here is a look at the standings for that subregional: 

Courtesy districtXI.com





Wyoming Seminary fell to the No. 2 seed for the District 2 Class 2A tournament which got underway Monday. Wyoming Area, winner of the WVC Division II and as the only division champion in the field, grabbed the No. 1 seed.

  • North Pocono: Earned a postseason win over Tunkhannock, 9-7.
  • Abington Heights: In its first season, lost to Coughlin, 10-8, in the first round.
  • Lakeland: Also in its first season, lost to Lake-Lehman.


District 2 Schedule

Thursday’s quarterfinals

North Pocono (3-11) at Wyoming Area (8-5)

Crestwood (7-6) at Scranton Prep (8-5)

Lake-Lehman (7-7) at Dallas (10-4)

Coughlin (3-11) at Wyoming Seminary (10-4)


Scranton Prep’s Daniel Hinton.
Photo by Christopher Dolan






Girls Statistics



Delaware Valley’s Bailey Fedun scored the 100th goal of her career Monday night in a match against Lake-Lehman.




Delaware Valley’s Trevor Martin
Photo by Christopher Dolan

Boys Statistics