LERAYSVILLE - Eddie Larcom and Emmett Watson combined for 35 points as the Warriors picked up an NTL East boys' basketball win over Northeast Bradford 57-19.

Larcom had 22 points, including four threes, while Watson added 13, also with four threes. Tim Bassett added six, Jesse Lattimer scored three, Chris Thoren netted four while Mason Moore added three. Chris Whitehead, Wes Moore and Dylan Fleet rounded out the scoring with two points each.

Shawn Hakes led Northeast with 14 points while Jordan Goodwin netted four, three rebounds and threes with Nikolaus Geiser adding one.

Todd Bonin also had three steals for the Panthers.

NEB won the JV game 36-18 behind nine points from Mason Merrill.

The Panthers travel to Owego.

Wyalusing 57, Tioga 37

WYALUSING - The Rams hit eight threes en route to their non-league boys' basketball win Saturday.

Cody Pickett had 15 points and five boards while Matt Woodruff added 10 points.

Dylan Bulick had eight points and five steals with Jeremy Allyn adding seven points and eight boards.

Rounding out the scoring for Wyalusing was Shane Salsman with six, Terron Millard with five while Jonah Shotwell, Jordan Salsman and Dustin Shaw had two points each.

Dylan Babcock had eight points to lead the Tigers while Dalton Wojcuich added seven points and 11 boards.

John Dougherty and Dan Graves had five points each, Zach Worthington and Josh Kitchart netted three a piece while Dakota Skinner scored two.

Rounding out the scoring was Dustin Sherman with one.

Sullivan County 81, Bucktail 50

Conner Wylie had 37 points as the Griffins picked up a non-league boys' basketball win Saturday.

Kelby Mullen added nine while Zach Meyer and Derek Wilkins added eight points each.

Adam Szklanka chipped in with seven, Lucas Hatton had four, Jordan Beinlich and Bob Polcrack had three points each while Bobby Frank rounded out the scoring with two points.

Ryan Bratton led Bucktail with 15 while Chuck Probst added 14.

Sullivan won the JV game 61-42 behind 21 from Sean Flannery.

The Griffins will host South Williamsport on Wednesday.

NRCS 39, Central Baptist 24

Nick Stanton and Ben Haefka combined for 25 points as they led the Eagles to a boys' basketball win Saturday.

NRCS jumped out to an 11-0 first quarter lead and ran away from there.

Stanton had 14 points with eight steals while Haefka added 11 points and 11 boards.

Nathan Helmuth chipped in with seven points while Nate Gray, Riley Gorshaw and Johnny Mosier had two points each. Cole Hiduk added one.

Dan Murphy led Central with nine points.