Towanda notches win at Canton
CANTON - The Towanda boys stayed unbeaten in NTL East play, handing the Warriors their first league loss, 59-51 on Wednesday.
Canton jumped out to a 4-0 lead in the first quarter, but Towanda outscored the Warriors 21-8 the rest of the half.
The Warriors got their offense going in the second half, scoring 39 points, but it wasn't enough as Towanda came away with the victory.
David Rodenhizer led Towanda with a game-high 21 points, including a three at the buzzer to end the first half which put Towanda up by 13 at the break.
Noah Huff had 11 points for Towanda, six of those coming on 6-of-8 free throw shooting in the final quarter, while Joel Miller finished with nine points for the Black Knights.
Lij Griffin had eight points for Towanda, hitting two threes in the game, and Noah Wheeler had five points, while Brandon Dinelli had three points and Dylan Bates finished with two points.
Garrett Mosier led Towanda with seven rebounds and he had a blocked shot, while Miller had six boards, four blocked shots and two steals.
Huff had two assists in the game for Towanda.
Emmett Watson led Canton with 18 points, scoring 14 in the second half, including 11 in the fourth quarter.
Wes Moore had 10 points for Canton and Jesse Lattimer finished with nine points, while Mason Moore and Tim Bassett each had six points and Eddie Larcom finished with two points.
Towanda won the JV game 50-18 with Tristan James leading the Black Knights with 14 and Wheeler getting 12.
John Bowman led Canton with seven points in the JV game.
Towanda hosts Athens on Friday, while Canton hosts Troy.
Sayre 63, Wyalusing 54
After he was held scoreless in the first quarter as the Redskins fell behind 13-10, Sayre's Nate Williams scored 25 points over the final three quarters to lead the Redskins to the win.
Down 28-25 at the half, 18 of Williams points came in the second half. The Rams held a 47-44 lead entering the fourth quarter, but Williams had nine in the fourth as Sayre outscored Wyalusing 19-7 over the final eight minutes.
Seth Murrelle finished with 14 points for Sayre and Adam Wampole and Nick Skerpon each had seven points, while Marshall Higley finished with six points.
Jeremy Kyc had two points and Walter Wampole and Cuyler Kochin had one point each in the game.
Murrelle had six steals, five rebounds and three assists and Williams had five rebounds and five assists, while Higley had five boards and three assists.
Adam Wampole had two assists and blocked two shots, while grabbing two rebounds and Skerpon had two steals and three boards.
Wyalusing got 17 points from Jeremy Allyn and 14 from Cody Pickett in the game.
Jonah Shotwell had eight points for the Rams and Matt Woodruff had seven points, while Shane Salsman finished with five points and Dylan Bulick had three points.
Wyalusing won the JV game 41-35 with Sayre getting 12 from Kochin.
Athens 84, Troy 46
The Wildcats outscored the Trojans 47-20 in the second and third quarters to pull away for the win.
Garrett Clark led Athens with 22 points and Brandon Fauver had 19 in the game.
Dan Moyer had nine points for Athens and Robert Fauver had eight points, while Luke Wright and Fred Horn each finished with seven points.
Jarrett Priester, Curt Moore and John Canfield all had four points for the Wildcats.
Wright had four boards and three assists, Clark had four rebounds and Moyer had five rebounds. Brandon Fauver had six assists and Robert Fauver finished with four assists.
Troy got 23 points from Evan Polly and Jed Wright had seven points in the game.
Thomas Swain had six points for Troy and Brandon Mattocks, Ryan Reeves, Chad Cole, Gage Burns and Brady Bourne all had two points.
Athens won the JV game 59-18 with Ryan Segar scoring 13 and Aaron Berry getting 11 for Athens.
Wellsboro 71, Mansfield 35
The Green Hornets led 14-10 after one quarter, before outscoring the Tigers 55-25 over the final three quarters.
Jordan Jackson led Wellsboro with 21 as four Green Hornets players reached double figures.
Mike Pietropola had 15 points, Matt Reese had 12 points and Kieron Smethers had 11 points in the victory.
Dylan Prough had six points for Wellsboro and Joey Doganiero had three points, while Dawson Prough had two points and Tyler Widows had one point.
Taylor Hillson led Mansfield with 10 points and Bo Burleigh had seven points, while Chandler Correll finished with six points.
Bryce Zaparzynski and Sam Rotella each had four points for Mansfield and Brady Andrews and Reese Correll had two points each.
Mansfield won the JV game 47-33.
Mansfield is at Williamson on Friday.
Williamson 52, CV 39
The Warriors got 22 points from Troy Adriance and 19 from Hunter Huyett in the victory on Wednesday.
Canyon Black had five points, Shea Daley had four points Nick Cevette had two points for Williamson.
Bryant Painter had 14 points for the Indians and Brandon Whitesell had 12 points, while Josh Nudd had seven points and Luke Plummer and Tyler Melko had three points each for Cowanesque Valley.
Cowanesque Valley won the JV game.
St. John Neumann 53, Sullivan County 18
The Griffins got nine from Cortney Rupert and four from Ysabela Bialer in the loss.
Addie Jordan had three points for the Griffins and Torrie Schultz had two points.
Meghan Trenholm led Neumann with 18 and Emily Sholder had 15.
Sullivan County won the JV game 31-30.