This will be the third round of Wyoming and Wyoming Seminary field hockey. And this time it’s the turn of the district championship.

The Warriors earned their third straight shot against the Blue Knights with a 1-0 victory over Lackawanna Trail on Thursday in the District 2 Class A semifinals.

Nina Angeli scored the lone goal of the game late in the first half and the Warriors held on for the title Tuesday against Wyoming Seminary at Wyoming Valley West at 6:30 p.m.

The Blue Knights won the first two meetings between the schools this season, but both were decided by just one goal. Sam went 3-2 in the regular season on Oct. 12 and then went 2-1 in the WVC Division 1 championship last Sunday in Dallas.

Wyoming Seminary won Wednesday’s district semifinal, beating Lake-Lehman on the road 2-1.

Wyoming Valley West 1, Hazleton Area 0

Layla Zdantsevich scored the lone goal in regulation in the District 2 Class 3A field hockey semifinals.

Zdantsevich converted a corner penalty at the 9:01 mark of overtime to send the Spartans to the championship game against top-seeded Honesdale. The home game is at 7:30 pm Wednesday at Wyoming Seminary.

Valley West goalkeeper Arianna Risch opened the playoffs for the second straight time with 5 saves. Risch and the Spartans defeated Delaware Valley 2-0 in the quarterfinals on Tuesday. Hazleton Area had a first-round bye.

The Spartans avenged a 3-1 regular season loss to the Cougars and controlled play in the rematch against the top seed, finishing with a 12-5 advantage in shots and a 10-3 advantage in corners.

Gretchen Darr kept Hazleton Area alive with nine saves in net.

Honesdale 6, Wilkes-Barre Area 0

Makayla Coborn opened and closed the scoring for the Hornets as No. 1 seed Wilkes-Barre Area didn’t get on track in a District 2 Class 3A semifinal matchup.

Honesdale only led 1-0 at the end of the first quarter after Coburn’s first goal. But the Hornets took control before the break after goals from Claire Kampen and Lily Murray.

Honesdale scored three more goals in the third quarter with goals from Roz Maciejewski, Jillian Hoey (two assists) and Coburn.

Campen and Roz Mikulak also had assists, while Rachel Collins and Jordan Patzuk combined for goals.

Crestwood 5, Dallas 0

The Comets continued their postseason dominance by earning their second straight win in the District 2/4 Class 2A semifinals.

Crestwood opened the playoffs with a 10-0 win over the Schickels before blanking another WVC opponent, Dallas.

It’s one game away for the tournament championship against District 4’s Selinsgrove at 6:00 p.m. Wednesday at Wyoming Seminary.

In the other semifinal, Selinsgrove beat top-seeded Abington Heights 2-1, scoring both goals in the fourth quarter and rallying for the win.