Towanda kept their playoff hopes alive with a 59-52 win over South Williamsport Saturday.

Three Knights reached double figures as Alaina Wickwire led way with 16 points, four assists, seven boards and five steals.

Kaitlin Hallabuk and Alysha Grimes added 15 points each. Grimes picked up four steals and grabbed four boards while Hallabuk added six boards.

Laciann Manning added seven points and five assists while Kayla Grimes chipped in with five points.

South won the JV game 32-28 as Mackenzie Roof had 10 for the Knights.

Towanda needs to win their final two games to qualify for districts.

Chenango Valley 51, Athens 41

After a tied first quarter Chenango took a 22-20 lead at the half. From there they used a 17-12 third quarter to extend the lead, then held the Wildcats to a game low nine points in the fourth quarter.

Danielle Stopper had a double-double for Athens with 21 points and 10 boards while Monica Dougherty added 12 points. Christin Dunkling rounded out the Athens coring with eight with Danielle Dougherty handing out six assists.

Chenango won the JV game 42-37 as Morgan Westbrook led Athens with 16.

Galeton 45, Canton 23

The Tigers broke open a close game with a 16-2 second quarter run.

Latascia Shadle led Galeton with 17 points while Andi Leach was also in double figures with 10. April Howell netted six, Mataya McPherson added five, Shaleigh Proctor scored four, Cheyanne James chipped in with two while McKaylah Cochran rounded out the scoring with one.

Abby Herman led Canton with eight points while Megan Meyer, Kiana Binford and Maddie Thoren had four points each. Chelsey Heatley chipped in with two while Gabby Tymeson netted one.

Galeton won the JV game 37-22 behind 11 from Ashley Cizek.

Bucktail 50, Sullivan County 27

Maria Morgan had 25 points to lead the Bucks past the Griffins Saturday.

Leading Sullivan was Addie Jordan's seven points while Crystal Riebe and Cortney Rupert had six points each. Tori Shultz netted four while Alexis Kiess and Shelby Zeller added two points each.

Bucktail won the JV game 23-20.

NRCS 32, Rochester Home Schoolers 15

North Rome was able to avenge a 4-point from earlier in the season on Saturday.

Cristen Mosier returned to the tune of nine points, eight boards, five steals and five blocks for NRCS while Olivia Noone led all scorers with 10 points.

Larissa Altieri added five points and five steals, Taylor Swain netted four, Becca Roberts scored two while Sarah Malkemes and Kendra Brown had one each to round out the scorers.