SAYRE - Nate Williams had 22 points and Marshall Higley finished with 19 as the Redskins defeated Canton 66-60 on Friday night.

Canton held a 28-27 lead at the half, but 24 third-quarter points for Sayre put them up nine after three quarters as they went on to the win.

Williams and Higley combined for 17 in the third with Higley getting 10 of those.

Jeremy Kyc and Seth Murrelle each had eight points for Sayre and Adam Wampole had five points, while Walter Wampole had four points.

Sayre hit 18-of-23 free throws in the win.

Murrelle finished with eight assists in the game and Higley had six boards and four steals.

Cuyler Kochin had six rebounds and an assist, Williams had five boards and three assists and Kyc had three rebounds in the game. Adam Wampole had three assists and two boards.

Eddie Larcom led four Canton players in double figures with 16 points.

Tim Bassett and Mason Moore each had 14 for Canton and Wes Moore finished with 10 points.

Emmett Watson had four points for the Warriors and Jesse Lattimer chipped in with two points.

Sayre won the JV game 41-18. Giuseppe Scavone and Joey Galizia each finished with 10 for the Redskins.

Towanda 70, Wyalusing 48

Dave Rodenhizer and Noah Huff scored in double digits as 11 Black Knights scored to lead Towanda to a win over the host Wyalusing Rams Friday.

Rodenhizer finished with a game-high 22 while Huff netted 11 to lead the Black Knights while Noah Wheeler had eight, Joel Miller had seven, Dylan Bates had six, Brandon Dinelli had five, Brad Sparebane finished with three and Tristen James, Lij Griffith, Garrett Griffin and Dan Fetterman each finished with two.

Shane Salsman paced the Rams' offense with 11 points while Jonah Shotwell added seven, Cody Pickett, Jeremy Allyn and Dylan Bulick each had six, Matt Woodruff finished with five, Jordan Salsman had four and Terron Millard added three.

Mosier led the Black Knights on the boards with 11 rebounds while Rodenhizer had five. Huff dished out four assists to and Miller had three for the Black Knights while Griffin had one blocked shot.

Wheeler led the Black Knights with four steals.

Shotwell, Allyn and Shane Salsman led the Rams with five rebounds. Bulick had three assists for Wyalusing while Woodruff and Shane Salsman had two each. Allyn led the Rams with two blocked shots and Shotwell added one. Shotwell and Allyn had two steals each to lead Wyalusing while Millard and Jordan Salsman each had one.

Towanda won the JV game 54-38. Wheeler led Towanda with 14 and Jarod Boardman finished with 10 points. Zamien Benditt-Parks and Keshon Gardner had nine each for the Rams.

The Ramswill be back in action today when they host Tioga at 1:30 p.m. in a make-up game from the Waverly Christmas Tournament.

Wellsboro 69, Williamson 40

The Green Hornets outscored the Warriors 25-6 in the opening quarter on their way to the victory.

Jordan Jackson led four Wellsboro players in double figures with 18.

Joey Doganiero had 17, Mike Pietropola had 11 and Kieron Smethers finished with 10 in the victory.

Dylan Prough had eight for Wellsboro and Andrew McCart had four points, while Nick Marple added one point. Matt Reese had eight assists, seven boards and six steals and Smethers had seven rebounds and four steals.

Troy Adriance led Williamson with 17 and Shea Daly had 15 points.

Hunter Huyett had four points for the Warriors and Kanyen Black and Nick Cevette each finished with two points.

Wellsboro won the JV game 38-29. Brett Kendrick led the Green Hornets with 12 in the win.

Wellsboro is at Wyalusing on Wednesday.

Sullivan County 70, Benton 38

Derek Wilkins had 22 points, on 9-for-11 shooting and 3-for-3 on threes, with five assists, six boards, two steals and two blocks in the win.

Zach Meyer had 18 points on six threes for the Griffins and Kelby Mullen had 12 points, while Conner Wylie finished with nine points, Adam Szklanka had five points and Lucas Hatton finished with four points.

Mullen had eight assists, Hatton had six assists, Meyer had five blocks and Wylie had three steals and three blocked shots.

Sullivan County won the JV game 30-26. Bob Polcrack led the Griffins with 17 points.

The Griffins host Bucktail today with a 3 p.m. JV start.

Mansfield 57, CV 42

The Tigers outscored the Indians 20-3 in the second quarter to overcome a 15-11 deficit after one quarter.

Sam Rotella had 15 for Mansfield and Taylor Hillson had 13 in the victory.

Bo Burleigh and Chandler Correll each had seven points and Reese Correll had six points, while Bryce Zaparzynski had four points.

Dallas Dziuba had three points for Mansifeld and Brady Andrews had two points.

Burleigh had 10 boards, three assists and five steals, Hillson had four boards, four assists, six steals and two blocks and Rotella had four rebounds.

Josh Nudd led CV with 19 and Brandon Whitesell had eight, while Bryant Painter had six points.

Luke Plummer had four points for the Indians and Tyler Melko had three, while Brandon McClain had two points.

Mansfield won the JV game. Zaparyznski and Andrews had 18 each for Mansfield.

Thee Tigers are at North Penn on Friday.

Notre Dame 81, Tioga 42

TIOGA CENTER, N.Y. - Darius Garvin had 20 as 11 Notre Dame players scored in the win.

Devante Gaskins had 14 for the Crusaders and Hunter Thomas had 11 in the win.

Nate Niles had nine points and Jonas McCaig had six, while Chris Roe had five points.

Sean Brown, Derek Marshall and Eric Brennan all had four points, while Wyat Martin and Brian Hale each finished with two points.

Tioga got 11 from John Dougherty and Dan Graves and Zach Worthington each finished with eight points.

Sam Burns had seven for the Tigers and Dylan Babcock had five points, while Dustin Sherman had two points and Steven Lounsbury added one point.

Notre Dame won the JV game 44-27. Mike Williams led Tioga with seven points.

Troy 62, North Penn 46

The Trojans had three players with 15 or more points in the win.

Evan Polly had 19 for the Trojans, Jed Wright finished with 16 and Brandon Mattocks had 15 points.

Chad Cole added six points for Troy and Ryan Reeves had three, Gage Burns had two and Jared Murray added one point.

Wright had four steals, Polly had 10 boards and Mattocks and Cole each had eight rebounds.

North Penn got 13 from Dayton Wood and 12 from Cody Crum, while Kaynen Arredondo finished with 11.

Dylan Rudinski had four points for the Panthers and Andrew Craig, Jordan Orantes and Brad Brubaker chipped in with two points each.

North Penn won the JV game.

Troy hosts Galeton on Monday.

Athens 63, NEB 32

The Wildcats outscored the Panthers 28-6 in the second quarter of the victory on Friday.

Athens got 18 points from Jon Canfield and Robert Fauver had 11 points, while Brandon Fauver and Curt Moore each finished with 10 points.

Fred Horn had eight points for Athens and Garrett Clark had four points while Zane Vargason added two points.

Canfield had six boards, Moore had nine rebounds, five assists and four steals, Dan Moyer had three rebounds, Brandon Fauver had three boards, Clark had four assists and Robert Fauver had three assists and three steals.

Jordan Goodwin led the Panthers with nine points and Shawn Hakes had eight points. Todd Bonin finished with six in the game and Nicholas Geiser had five ponts, while Andy Seeley finished with four points.

Goodwin had six rebounds and two blocks, Bonin had five boards and two blocks, Seeley had five rebounds and Hakes had three steals.

Athens won the JV game 46-15. Jarrett Priester led Athens with 11 and Aaron Barry and Tyler Forbes had eight points each. Elijah Arias led Northeast Bradford with five points.

Northeast Bradford hosts Canton tonight with a 6 p.m. JV start.

Waverly 67, Candor 44

Waverly outscored Candor 24-5 in the first quarter Friday on their way to the win.

Dylan Perry led the Wolverines with 17 points, while Patric Bronson had 15 and Ryan McFarland finished with 10 points.

Chris Raupers had eight for the Wolverines and Cody Marchese had seven points, while Zach Cooney had four points.

Matt Lee and Alex Uhl each had two points and Kyle Kuzma and Mark Krause had one point each.

Bronson had six boards, Perry had four steals and Marchese finished with 10 assists in the game.

Waverly won the JV game 52-32. Peyton Miller led Waverly with 16 in the win and Garrett Sutryk finished with 12 points.

Waverly is at Watkins Glen on Friday.

North Rome 49, Summit Christian 45

Nathan Helmuth had 13 points and Nick Stanton had 12, while Ben Haefka had 10 in the victory on Friday.

Monty Sickler had five points for the Eagels and Johnny Mosier finished with four points, while Riley Gorseline had three points and Zach Hiduk had two points.

Stanton had eight rebounds and Haefka had 12 boards and two steals. Sickler had four boards in the game.

Galeton 48, Liberty 41

Dakota Shadle led Galeton with 22 points in the win on Frdiay.

Liberty got 14 from J.J. Walker and Cody Schmouder and Cody Fritz each had eight points.

Jacob Spring had seven for Liberty and Dalton Litzelman and Tyler Upham had two points each.

Liberty led 13-3 aftter one, but Galeton scored 23 in the second quarter.

"We started the game very aggressive and got an early lead. Then Galeton's consistency and hard work got them the lead by halftime. They then handled our pressure and made their foul shots down the stretch," Liberty coach Brian Litzleman said.

Galeton won the JV game 33-29.