TOWANDA - The Black Knights outscored Mansfield 20-6 in the third quarter to pull away for a 53-32 victory on Wednesday night.

Towanda got 17 from Noah Huff in the victory and David Rodenhizer and Joel Miller each had 11 in the win.

Noah Wheeler and Dylan Bates had three points each for the Black Knights and Brandon Dinelli, Tristan James, Lij Griffin and Garrett Mosier all added two points.

Miller had eight boards, three blocks, two assists and two steals and Rodenhizer had two assists, a block and a steal, while Mosier had six boards and two blocks.

Huff had two steals and a rebound and an assist.

Mansfield got 11 from Reece Correll in the game and Chandler Correll had six, while Bo Burleigh finished with five points.

Taylor Hillson had four points for Mansfield and Brady Andrews had three, while Sam Rotell had two and Bryce Zaparzynski finished with one point.

Towanda won the JV game 64-56. Wheeler had 20 points, Bailey Potter had 14, Tristan James had 13 and Bates had 10 for Towanda.

Jared Burd had 15 points, Ryan Campbell had 13, Chandler Correll had 12 and Zaparzynski had 10 for Mansfield.

Athens 65,

Sayre 44

ATHENS - The Wildcats scored 27 third-quarter points and outscored Sayre 45-27 in the second half on their way to the victory.

"I thought the first half we got the ball inside, we just missed shots," Athens' coach Bob Fauver said. "We missed a lot of easy ones which stopped us from expanding the lead. The second half I thought our defense played a little better, we got out on the break, hit some shots and opened up the middle which got us some easy shots."

Garrett Clark led the Wildcats with 30 points and Robert Fauver and Brandon Fauver each had 12. Luke Wright and Curt Moore had four points each and John Canfield finished with three points.

Fauver said Clark struggled shooting in the first half as Athens led 20-17 at the half, but he was getting plenty of good looks.

"If he made half the ones he missed in the first half he would have had 40," Fauver said. "I told him to stay aggressive and they will drop."

For Athens the key was the defensive effort in the game.

"Defensively I thought in the third quarter we picked it up where we didn't allow them the open looks," Fauver said. "The defense picked up in the second half and that is what got us going."

Clark had nine boards and three assists in the game and Wright had six rebounds and four assists, Moore had four boards and Robert Fauver had six assists.

Nate Williams led Sayre with 19 and Nick Skerpon had seven, while Adam Wampole finished with five.

Jeremy Kyc and Walter Wampole each had four points for Sayre and Marshall Higley had three, while Joey Galizia had two points.

Seth Murrelle had six assists and two steals, with four boards, while Skerpon had five boards and a steal and Adam Wampole had four rebounds and a block.

Williams had two steals, an assist and a rebound, while Kyc had three rebounds and Cuyler Kochin had two rebounds.

Athens won the JV game.

Athens is at Northeast Bradford on Friday while Sayre hosts Canton.

Williamson 58, Liberty 33

Troy Adriance had 18 and Hunter Huyett finished with 14 for Williamson in the win.

Nick Cevette finished with 10 points for the Warriors and Kyle Haight had six, while Kenyon Black and Shea Daly each had four points. Dalton Confer added two points in the win.

Liberty was led by Cody Schmouder with 13 and J.J. Walker had seven, while Jacob Spring had five.

Cody Fritz, Dalton Litzelman, Eric Kreger and Dylan Ford all had two for Liberty.

Williamson won the JV game 45-34 with Haight scoring 15.

Williamson is at Wellsboro on Friday.

CV 50, North Penn 31

The Indians got 12 points from Josh Nudd as three Cowanesque Valley players scored in double figures in the win.

Bryant Painter had 11 and Dakota Corwin finished with 10 for the Indians.

Brandon Whitesell had seven in the win and Tyler Melko had five, while Nate Bonham finished with three points and Luke Plummer had two.

North Penn was led by Cody Crum with 10 and Brad Brubaker, Ryan Bogaczyk and Kaynen Arredondo all had five points in the game.

Nick Mahonski and Dylan Rudinski each had two for the Panthers and Dayton Wood finished with one point.

CV won the JV game 46-14.


Galeton 54, Oswayo Valley 24

Galeton improved to 9-5 on the year with the victory on Wednesday.

Latascia Shadle led Galeton with 14 and Andi Leach and McKayla Cochran each finished with 12 in the game.

Talia Hatch had four points in the win and Mataya McPherson and Shaleigh Proctor had three each, while April Howell and Ashley Cizek had two.

Emily Paddison led Oswayo Valley with six.

Oswayo Valley won the JV game 28-20.