MANSFIELD - Alysa Davey-Bostic scored 16 points to lead the Mansfield Tigers past Sayre 34-23 in a key NTL small-school matchup on Saturday night.

Davey-Bostic scored 10 of her points in the third quarter as Mansfield turned a 14-13 halftime deficit into a 27-18 lead heading into the fourth.

"I was really proud of our team tonight," Mansfield coach Jason Dominick said. "Everybody played their role and did what was needed."

Kaitlyn Garverick had 11 rebounds and six points for Mansfield and Simone Lichty finished with five points.

Erin Dempsey had four points for the Tigers and Ali Hillson had three points.

Sayre was led by Cheyanna Roberts with 11 and Kelly Villanti had seven while Elyse Skerpon had three and Paige Wampole had two points.

Athens 35, Wellsboro 26

The Wildcats outscored the Green Hornets 15-2 in the first quarter and held on for the victory on Saturday.

Wellsboro cut the deficit to 26-20 after three quarters after outscoring Athens 11-3 in the third, but they couldn't complete the comeback.

Athens was led by Mackenzie Hafer and Morgan Westbrook with nine each.

Mackenzie Warner had seven for the Wildcats and Rachael Donnelly finished with six points while Jensen Dunkling added four points.

Danielle Dougherty had four assists for Athens and Hafer had eight boards and four steals while Westbrook had seven boards.

Sarah Ingerick had 10 points for Wellsboro and Jordan Butters finished with five.

Alexa Singer had four points for the Green Hornets and Peyton Wilson had three while Jada Jackson finished with one point.

Athens won the JV game 22-13 with Shanelle Baglini leading the way with nine.

Athens hosts Sayre on Monday.

Towanda 44, Williamson 35

TOWANDA - The Black Knights scored 30 second half points to pick up the victory on Saturday.

Kaitlin Hallabuk led Towanda with a double-double scoring 18 points with 10 rebounds, along with three steals and two assists, and Ali Daum had 10 points in the game.

Macarena Toledo finished with eight points and four steals, Alliesha Koss had four points and Laciann Manning and Kayla Grimes had two points each, with Manning getting eight steals.

Williamson was led by Lori Horton with 24 points and Makayla Buttz and Brittany Boyce had four points each and Cailtin Chaffee had two points while Kelly Shieve had one point.

Towanda won the JV game 25-17 in overtime with Kayla Miller scoring 10 for Towanda and Maran Davis getting nine for Williamson.

Towanda is at Muncy on Tuesday.

North Penn 61, Liberty 49

Mariah Berguson scored 28 points with five threes and Whitney Holdren had 17 points with four threes to lead the Panthers to the win.

Britta Berguson had seven points and Cassie Frederick had five in the win.

Kristina Buchanan had two points for North Penn and Lauren Smith and Avery Montafusco each had one point.

Kelsey Harer had 20 points for Liberty and Chelsea Repard had 15.

Liberty got six points each from Mallory Sponenberg and Crystal Dietrick and Lacey Graham had two points.

North Penn won the JV game 41-16 with Buchanan and Brittany Weiskopf scoring 13 each in the win and Erin Shaffer getting nine for Liberty.

North Penn hosts Wellsboro on Tuesday.

NEB 64, Canton 9

The Panthers held Canton to four points or less in each quarter on their way to the win.

Calla Johnson led Northeast Bradford with 13 points, eight boards and six assists and Angelia Laudermilch had nine points, eight boards and six steals.

Lydia Werner had nine points for the Panthers and Maddy Johnson, Kara Hallett and Cassie Johnson each had seven in the win.

Alyssa Coon had six points and eight boards and Alyssa Turner had four points while Macy Wilkes had eight rebounds and two points.

Canton got six from Abby Herman and three from Kellsy Ross in the loss.

Northeast Bradford won the JV game 39-10 with Wilkes scoring 20 for the Panthers and Gabby Tymeson scoring four for Canton.

The Panthers are at Troy on Monday.

On Wednesday the Panthers will host Liberty in a Blue Game with the proceeds going to the Special Olympics.

MANSFIELD - Alysa Davey-Bostic scored 16 points to lead the Mansfield Tigers past Sayre 34-23 in a key NTL small-school matchup on Saturday night.

Davey-Bostic scored 10 of her points in the third quarter as Mansfield turned a 14-13 halftime deficit into a 27-18 lead heading into the fourth.

"I was really proud of our team tonight," Mansfield coach Jason Dominick said. "Everybody played their role and did what was needed."

Sayre coach Eileen Sparduti felt her team competed well in the loss.

"Cold shooting in the third period was our downfall," she said. "Defensively, we were able to execute the game plan. It forced them to take their scoring elsewhere. And to their credit, their players stepped up. Mansfield is a strong, athletic team, with multiple scores. We just did not match them offensively the third period. We had the open looks but they did not fall."

Kaitlyn Garverick had 11 rebounds and six points for Mansfield and Simone Lichty finished with five points.

Erin Dempsey had four points for the Tigers and Ali Hillson had three points.

Sayre was led by Cheyanna Roberts with 11 points and 10 rebounds and Kelly Villanti had seven while Elyse Skerpon had three and Paige Wampole had two points.

Wampole also had 10 rebounds.

Sayre won the JV game 44-15 behind 17 points from Kaeli Sutryk.

Athens 35, Wellsboro 26

The Wildcats outscored the Green Hornets 15-2 in the first quarter and held on for the victory on Saturday.

Wellsboro cut the deficit to 26-20 after three quarters after outscoring Athens 11-3 in the third, but they couldn't complete the comeback.

Athens was led by Mackenzie Hafer and Morgan Westbrook with nine each.

Mackenzie Warner had seven for the Wildcats and Rachael Donnelly finished with six points while Jensen Dunkling added four points.

Danielle Dougherty had four assists for Athens and Hafer had eight boards and four steals while Westbrook had seven boards.

Sarah Ingerick had 10 points for Wellsboro and Jordan Butters finished with five.

Alexa Singer had four points for the Green Hornets and Peyton Wilson had three while Jada Jackson finished with one point.

Athens won the JV game 22-13 with Shanelle Baglini leading the way with nine.

Athens hosts Sayre on Monday.

Towanda 44, Williamson 35

TOWANDA - The Black Knights scored 30 second half points to pick up the victory on Saturday.

Kaitlin Hallabuk led Towanda with a double-double scoring 18 points with 10 rebounds, along with three steals and two assists, and Ali Daum had 10 points in the game.

Macarena Toledo finished with eight points and four steals, Alliesha Koss had four points and Laciann Manning and Kayla Grimes had two points each, with Manning getting eight steals.

Williamson was led by Lori Horton with 24 points and Makayla Buttz and Brittany Boyce had four points each and Cailtin Chaffee had two points while Kelly Shieve had one point.

Towanda won the JV game 25-17 in overtime with Kayla Miller scoring 10 for Towanda and Maran Davis getting nine for Williamson.

Towanda is at Muncy on Tuesday.

North Penn 61, Liberty 49

Mariah Berguson scored 28 points with five threes and Whitney Holdren had 17 points with four threes to lead the Panthers to the win.

Britta Berguson had seven points and Cassie Frederick had five in the win.

Kristina Buchanan had two points for North Penn and Lauren Smith and Avery Montafusco each had one point.

Kelsey Harer had 20 points for Liberty and Chelsea Repard had 15.

Liberty got six points each from Mallory Sponenberg and Crystal Dietrick and Lacey Graham had two points.

North Penn won the JV game 41-16 with Buchanan and Brittany Weiskopf scoring 13 each in the win and Erin Shaffer getting nine for Liberty.

North Penn hosts Wellsboro on Tuesday.

NEB 64, Canton 9

The Panthers held Canton to four points or less in each quarter on their way to the win.

Calla Johnson led Northeast Bradford with 13 points, eight boards and six assists and Angelia Laudermilch had nine points, eight boards and six steals.

Lydia Werner had nine points for the Panthers and Maddy Johnson, Kara Hallett and Cassie Johnson each had seven in the win.

Alyssa Coon had six points and eight boards and Alyssa Turner had four points while Macy Wilkes had eight rebounds and two points.

Canton got six from Abby Herman and three from Kellsy Ross in the loss.

Northeast Bradford won the JV game 39-10 with Wilkes scoring 20 for the Panthers and Gabby Tymeson scoring four for Canton.

The Panthers are at Troy on Monday.

On Wednesday the Panthers will host Liberty in a Blue Game with the proceeds going to the Special Olympics.