Robinson surpasses milestone in Sayre victory; Northeast Bradford tops Elk Lake
SAYRE - Mollie Robinson shot her way into the Sayre record books Saturday.
On her first three of the game Robinson surpassed Chelsea Tracy's school record of 153 for most career 3-pointers. Robinson would go on to hit three more threes to land on 157.
She also led the Redskins to a 66-35 win in NTL cross-over girl's basketball action with a triple double. Robinson had 23 points, 11 assists and 10 steals.
"Once again great team effort on both ends," Sayre coach Bill Trump said.
Kelly Villanti added 22 points while Kelsey Young netted eight.
Elyse Skerpon scored seven, Adrienne Malorzo had four with 10 boards while Paige Wampole rounded out the scoring with two.
Mariah Berguson led North Penn with 10 points while Kaitlyn Garverick netted nine. Kirsten Berguson added four, Kristina Buchanan and Whitney Holdren had three points each, Britta Berguson added two while Meredith Kline scored one.
North Penn won the JV game 42-23 with Cheyanna Roberts scoring eight for Sayre.
Northeast Bradford 66, Elk Lake 55
LERAYSVILLE - A big second half propelled the Panthers to a non-league girl's basketball win Saturday.
Elk Lake led 32-28 at half but Northeast out scored them 38-20 in the second half to pull out the victory.
Angelia Laudermilch led Northeast with 19 points and seven boards while Maddy Johnson added 13 points.
MaKaylah Holbert (10 points) and Alyssa Coon (12 points) were also in double figures while Calla Martin had seven points, eight boards and seven assists.
Rounding out the Northeast scoring was Lydia Werner with three and Shelby Park with two.
Megan Bush led Elk Lake with 15 points.
Northeast won the HV game 38-30 as Park had 13.
The Panthers host Canton on Tuesday. Northeast will be having a 'Blue Out' for Autism Awareness.
Seton Catholic 48, Athens 34
The Wildcats suffered their first loss of the season in girl's basketball action Saturday.
It was a close game at the half with Athens trailing 20-18 but Seton would go on to outscore them 28-16 in the second half.
Jensen Dunkling had a strong game for the Wildcats with 14 points and nine boards while Danielle Stopper added seven points.
Christin Dunkling had six points, Mackenzie Hafer added three while Mackenzie Warner and Monica Dougherty had two points a piece. Dougherty also had four steals.
Angelica Hauer led Seton Catholic with 21.
Seton Catholic won the JV game 48-37 as Hannah Reid had 12 for the Wildcats.
Loyalsock 46, Towanda 27
Kaitlin Hallabuk had 12 points to lead the Black Knights in their non-league loss Saturday.
Alysha Grimes added five, Alaina Wickwire scored four while Danielle Zatkos, Kayla Grimes and Laciann Manning had two points each.
Loyalsock won the JV game 46-15. Mackenzie Roof and Alliesha Koss had four points a piece for the Knights.
Muncy 60, Sullivan County 27
The Indians broke open it open after a close first quarter.
Muncy led just 12-8 in the first period but would out score Sullivan 23-3 in the second quarter to pull away.
Addie Jordan had eight points for the Griffins while Shelby Zeller netted five. Alexis Kiess added four, Ysabela Bialer and Cortney Rupert had three points each while Kelly Kramer added two.
Galeton 53, Northern Potter 37
The Tigers inched closer to a district berth as they picked up another girl's basketball win Saturday.
Andi Leach had 15 points to lead Galeton, who is now 8-5 on the year, while Latascia Shadle added 13. McKaylah Cochran chipped in with 10, Mataya McPherson netted eight, Aprile Howell scored five while Shaleigh Proctor rounded out the scoring with two.
Taryn Bennett led Northern Potter with 14.
Galeton won the JV game 28-18 behind 11 from Karissa Burrous.
NRCS 48, Ross Corners 17
Cristen Mosier had a double-double of 23 points and 12 boards to lead the Eagles to a girl's basketball win Saturday. She also had four blocks and four assists.
Sarah Malkemes added six points with four steals while Larissa Alteri, Aileen Crane and Kendra Brown had four points each, C.J. Miller scored three while Olivia Noone and Cali Jennings rounded out the scoring with two.
Jennings added eight boards while Alteri and Noone had seven boards each. Alteri also picked up five steals.