Mosier's triple-double leads NRCS to tourney final
Cristen Mosier had a triple-double to lead North Rome Christian to a 44-10 victory over Cornerstone Christian School from Manchester, Conn. during the Central Tournament on Friday.
Mosier led all scorers with 20 points and she added 15 rebounds and 12 steals in the game. Mosier also had three blocks and two assists for the Eagles.
Olivia Noone had eight points in the win and Sarah Malkemes had six points.
Cali Jennings finished with four points for North Rome and Kendra Brown, Bekah Roberts and Emily Lykens all had two points.
Malkemes had seven steals and two assists, with two rebounds, Noone had five rebounds, an assist and a steal and Larissa Altieri finished with five rebounds, four steals and two assists.
Lykens had four boards, three steals and an assist, Aileen Crane had two steals and two boards and Jennings had six boards and a steal, while Brown had a block. Corinne Delp had a rebound, Roberts had three boards, C.J. Miller had two boards and a steal and Emily Mosher had a rebound.
The girls play for the championship at 2 p.m. today, while the North Rome boys play at 11 a.m.
Watkins Glen 25
Reylyn Schwartzhoff had 18 points and Sabrina Bowman had 16 in the victory on Friday.
Schwartzhoff added eight boards and three steals and Bowman had five assists in the game.
Emily Walker had five points for Waverly and Jordan Raupers had four points.
Megan Wilbur had three points in the win and Emiley Myers and Victoria Cron each finished with two points.
Myers had six steals and three assists and Walker and Cron each had six boards and three steals, while Raupers added four rebounds and five steals.
Amanda Pike led Watkins Glen with 10 points.
Waverly won the JV game 36-14 with Kiana Manuel scoring 14 and Ellie Nittinger getting six points.
Waverly is at Chenango Forks on Wednesday.
Tioga 51, Edison 20
The Tigers outscored Edison 16-0 in the second quarter to turn a five-point first quarter lead into a 21-point lead at the half.
Callie Patsellis led Tioga with 13 points and Hannah Manwaring had 12 in the victory.
Sierra Beebe had six points for the Tigers and Emily Schweiger had five points, while Natalie Burns and Lexi Swagler each had four points.
Dani Barto finished with three points in the win and Maddie Tinney had two points.
Beebe had eight boards, Patsellis had a double-double with 10 steals and four assists, Whitney had four assists, four boards and three steals and Manwaring had six rebounds.
Tioga won the JV game 44-21 with Lynzy Baker scoring 15.
Tioga hosts Odessa-Montour on Friday.