Tioga, Waverly pick up wins
Tioga held Odessa-Montour to five first half points as they rolled to a 50-21 win in IAC girl's basketball action Friday.
Hannah Manwaring had 16 points and seven boards to lead the Tigers while Emily Schweiger added 11 points.
Sierra Beebe scored eight points with nine boards while Callie Patsellis and Natalie Burns had six points each. Patsellis added five assists and seven steals.
Dani Barto added two while Lexi Swagler scored one to round out the Tigers' scoring.
Brittany VanAmberg led OM with 12 points.
Tioga won the JV game 44-37 behind 16 from Caitlyn Burrage and 13 from Lynzy Baker.
The Tigers travel to SVE Tuesday.
Waverly 73, Newark Valley 29
Sabrina Bowman had 17 first quarter points as Waverly's first half offensive barrage pushed them to an IAC girl's basketball win Friday. The Wolverines shot 21-of-31 in the opening half as they out scored the Cardinals 51-8.
Bowman had 26 points and five assists to lead Waverly while Reylyn Schwartzhoff and Emily Walker had eight points each. Taylor Nelson and Jenna Bowman had six points a piece, Kylee Newman added five with Victoria Cron and McKhenna Mattison scoring four each. Mattison added five boards as well.
Jordan Raupers had three points, four steals and four assists while Megan Wilbur netted two and Taylor Bodine scored one. Emiley Myers added four steals and four assists.
Wellsboro 45, Cowanesque Valley 33
The Hornets held off a pesky Indians squad to stay within striking distance of the NTL West girls' basketball title.
Wellsboro led 21-15 at the half but CV rallied in the third, out scoring them 13-9 to cut the deficit to 30-28. The Hornets dug in on defense during the fourth quarter, out scoring the Indians 15-5 to secure the win.
Mackenzie Marple led the Hornets with 16 points and three steals while Kim Acorn added 14 points. Hannah Zuchowski netted six points and 10 boards while Jada Jackson had four points and seven rebounds.
Jessie Catherman scored three points while Sarah Ingerick netted two.
Wellsboro won the JV game 45-7 behind nine points from Ingerick.