Sayre tops Towanda
SAYRE - The Redskins were able to keep their strong NTL play going as they defeated Towanda 49-29 in girl's basketball action Thursday.
Kelly Villanti had 14 points, seven steals and five assists to lead the Redskins while Adrienne Malorzo added 14 points. Kelsey Young had nine points and seven boards while Mollie Robinson and Elyse Skerpon had six points each. Robinson also had five boards and five assists.
Alaina Wickwire led Towanda with 14 points while Kaitlin Hallabuk added eight. Alysha Grimes scored three while Danielle Zatkos and Laciann Manning had two points apiece.
Sayre beat Towanda 27-17 in the JV game behind six points from Emily Garrity and Cheyanna Roberts each.
Northeast Bradford 50, Troy 36
The Panthers jumped out early and never looked back as they topped the Trojans in NTL East girl's basketball play Thursday.
Angelia Laudermilch had 16 points to lead Northeast while Alyssa Coon had a double-double of 10 points and 10 rebounds.
Calla Martin had six points, six boards and six assists while Maddy Johnson netted five points.
MaKaylah Holbert scored four, Lydia Werner netted three with seven boards while Shelby Park, Alyssa Turner and Kara Hallett had two points a piece for the Panthers.
Kelsey Bristol led Troy with 10 points, four steals and five boards while Taylor Johnston had nine points, 11 boards and five steals.
Faith Ceeley scored six points with six boards and five assists while Casey Baxter netted four points.
Orinda Ackley scored three while Brooke Mattocks and Brooke Losey-Root had two points each. Rachel Tice also chipped in with five rebounds.
Northeast won the JV game 41-14 behind 10 points from Turner. Losey-Root scored seven for Troy.
The Panthers host Susquehanna with a 4:30 p.m. start Saturday while Troy welcomes Sayre next Tuesday.
Athens 52, Cowanesque Valley 26
Monica Dougherty had 16 points and five assists while Christin Dunkling added 17 to lead the Wildcats to an NTL crossover win Thursday.
Danielle Dougherty added nine points while Jensen Dunkling chipped in with four. Danielle Stopper had two points and eight boards while Morgan Westbrook and Mackenzie Hafer had two points a piece as well.
Grace Earle led the Indians with eight points while Hayley Painter and Amanda Painter had seven points each. Blair Williams chipped in with four points to round out the CV scoring.
Athens won the JV game 40-16 behind 11 from Westbrook.
Williamson 55, Galeton 43
The Warriors built a 31-17 lead in the first half en route to a non-league win Thursday.
Kim Daugherty and Lori Horton had 20 points each to lead Williamson while Jenna Hugic added six, Jamie Cook scored five and Danielle Cross had four points to round out the Warrior scoring.
Latascia Shadle led Galeton with 15 points while Andi Leach netted 14. April Howell had eight with McKaylah Cochran scoring six to round out the Tiger's scoring.
Galeton won the JV game 26-25 behind 13 points from Ashley Cizek and five from Talia Hatch.
Mansfield 46, North Penn 38
Molly Wood scored a career-high 27 points to lead the Tigers to the victory.
Wood added seven boards and seven steals in the victory.
Emily James had eight points in the game and Maddie York had four points.
Ali Hillson had three points and Simone Lichty and Maggie Farrer each finished with two points.
Hillson had seven assists in the game.
North Penn was led by Kaitlyn Garverick with 12 points and Whitney Holdren with 11.
Mariah Berguson had nine for North Penn and Britta Berguson had four while Kirsten Berguson finished with two.
Mansfield won the JV game.
Wyalusing 56, Canton 11
Ally DeVoir, Kasey DeVoir and Mackenzie Martin all hit double digits in scoring as the Lady Rams rolled to a in over the visiting Canton Warriors.
Ally DeVoir finished with a game-high 18 points while Kasey DeVoir added 12 and Martin finished with 13.
Also scoring for the Rams were Arielle Kneller with eight, Veronica Morrison with three and Keon Copp with two.
Chelsey Heatly led the Warriors with five points followed by Abby Herman with three, Briana Tymeson with two and Makenzy Route with one.
Kneller pulled down 11 rebounds to lead the Rams on the boards while Copp had six, Kasey DeVoir, Veronica Morrison and Savannah Schools each pulled down three, Ciera Holland had two and Mackenzie Martin had one. Ally DeVoir, Kasey DeVoir, Paighton Martin, Savannah Schools and Morgan Sutton all tied for the team lead with one assist on the night while Kneller led the team with two blocks and Mackenzie Martin added one.
Kneller paced the Rams with four steals while Ally DeVoir, Mackenzie Martin and Keon Copp added two and Kasey DeVoir, Morrison, Sutton and Holland each had one. The Rams also won the JV game 45-15 as Brooke Force led the Rams in scoring with 15 points and Pam Kelley added 10. Lizzy Tymeson led the Warriors with six points while Gabby Tymeson added five.
The Rams will be back in action on Tuesday when they travel to Athens.
Wellsboro 58, Liberty 47
The Green Hornets got 21 points from Mackenzie Marple as they picked up the victory on Thursday.
Wellsboro trailed by one at the half, and led by just two entering the fourth, but they scored 20 points in the fourth quarter to get the win.
Sarah Ingerick had 11 for Wellsboro and Hannah Zuchowski had seven.
Kiana Acorn had six points for Wellsboro and Jada Jackson and Kim Acorn both finished with five points.
Maggie Smith had two points for the Green Hornets and Jordan Butters had one point.
Kelsey Harer led Liberty with 18 points and Chelsea Repard finished with 13 points.
Ashley Graham had six for Liberty and Brittany Bickhart had four, while Desiree McGovern and Crystal Dietrick each finished with three.
Wellsboro won the JV game 40-23. Ingerick had 13 and Jackson had 11 for Wellsboro in the JV game. Repard led Liberty with 14 points.