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Merli-Sarnoski Fishing Derby Winners

Lackawanna County Commissioner Patrick M. O’Malley and members of the Parks & Recreation staff presented trophies to the winners in the 4 – 8 age category at the 24th annual fishing derby held in late September at Merli-Sarnoski Park, Greenfield Township. Over 50 children participated in the event.

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Front row, l-r, Commissioner Patrick M. O’Malley, Maria Loiacono, first place and first to limit caught; Jayce Griffin, second place; Mason Griffin, third place; Mark Santarelli, fourth place; Noah Smith, first fish caught and fifth place; and William Davis, Deputy Director of the County’s Parks & Recreation Department. Back, l-r, John Ghilardi and Skip Horan, Parks & Recreation staff.

Lackawanna County Commissioner Patrick M. O’Malley and Parks & Recreation staff members participated in the presentation of trophies to the winners in the 9 – 12 age category at the 24th annual fishing derby held recently at Merli-Sarnoski Park, Greenfield Township. Over 50 children participated in the event.

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Front, l-r, Commissioner Patrick M. O’Malley, Adam Riggi-Cusick, first place; Audrey Yuhas, second place; Noah Kilmer, third place and first to limit caught; Gracie Ealo, fourth place and first fish caught; B.J. Ealo, fifth place; and William Davis, the County’s Deputy Director of Parks & Recreation. Back, l-r, John Ghilardi and Skip Horan, Parks & Recreation staff.

Varsity Boys & Girls Cross Country Winners

The top three finishers in the varsity boys & girls divisions of the Lackawanna County Commissioners Cross Country Invitational receive their trophies from tournament officials. Elk Lake High School was the girls team champion, while Phoenixville High School claimed the boys title. Over 700 runners participated.

L-r, Commissioner Patrick M. O’Malley, Aaron Hin, Phoenixville, third place; Thomas Johns, Wallenpaupack, second place; David Haines, North Pocono, first place; Sam Killiany, Wallenpaupack, third place; Justine Johns, Elk Lake, second place; Jennifer Korty, Forest City, first place; and William Davis, the County’s Deputy Director for Parks & Recreation.