The Towanda boys scored 104 points to top Williamson and North Penn Tuesday in track and field action, while the girls edged past North Penn with 86 points. North Penn girls had 85 points while the Williamson girls scored 15. North Penn boys had 57 1/2 while Williamson scored 23 1/2.

In the 110 hurdles Towanda's Bobby Mitros won in 16.8 while North Penn's Bret Wood was second and Towanda's Kevin Jurnack was third. Black Knight Brandon Schuster won the 100 in 11.8, with Towanda's Blake Neilson second and Williamson's Derek Wilcox third.

In the 3200 Joel Christian won in 10:39.0 for Towanda while North Penn's Ramon Marti was second.

The Black Knights swept the pole vault, with Mitros winning at 14-feet, 6-inches, Dylan Miller in second and Dean Frutchey taking third.

In the shot put Aaron Lamphere won in 42-feet, 1-inch, while teammate Justin Abma was second and North Penn's Trevor Deremer was third. Towanda's Nathan Thompson took the discus in 114-feet even while teammate Dustin Mattocks was second. Thompson also won the javelin in 152-feet, 1-inch while Greg Pomarico of North Penn was second and Abma was third.

The Black Knights also won the 3200 relay in 9:58 and the 400 relay in 47.1.

For the Panthers Jacob Shedden won the 1600 in 4:49, followed by Christian and Towanda's Aaron Howard. Mitch Pequignot took the 400 in 53.4, while Schuster was second and Dawsey third.

Wood won the 300 hurdles in 43.0, followed by Towanda's Miller and Rick Beau. Shedden also won the 800 in 2:16.8, while Towanda's Chance Cook was second and Cameron Kayng was third.

Pequignot won the 200 in 24.0, followed by Towanda's Akeem Calaman and Charlie Kerin.

The Panthers' Jakob Nance won the high jump in 5-feet, 11-inches, followed by Williamson' Abe Bonham and Miller.

A North Penn team of Jordan Lewis, Jon Houck, Wood and Marquis Delgado won the 4x400 in 3:56.0.

For Williamson Josh Beach took two events, winning the long jump in 18-feet, 1-inch, followed by teammate Levi Howe and Jurnack. Beach then took the triple jump in 38-feet, 3-inches, with North Penn's Lewis third.

On the girls' side Mikayla Chesla of Towanda won the 100 hurdles in 18.9 while teammate Hailey Innocenzo won the 300 hurdles in 58.2. Innocenzo also won the high jump in 4-feet, 4-inches, followed by North Penn's Chelsea Moran and Tanya DeWalt.

Moriah Monahan won the long jump for Towanda in 14-feet, even, while North Penn's Aleea Davey-Bostic was second. Teammate Kylee Sutton won the shot put in 32-feet, 9-inches followed by Towanda's Marissa Garris and DeWalt. Sutton also won the discus in 92-feet, 9-inches, with DeWalt second and North Penn's Nina Griffs third.

Towanda also won the 4x100 relay in 56.4 and the 4x400 relay in 4:37.

For the Panthers, they started off by winning the 3200 relay in 10:34 with a team of Moran, Susan Learn, Colleen Dempsey and Evangeline Krajewski.

Learn then won the 1600 in 6:02, followed by Towanda's Syd Williams. Krajewski won the 400 in 1:07.1, followed by Towanda's Lauren Zatkos and Brianna Blanchard.

Dempsey won the 800 in 2:33, follwoed by Zatkos and Williamson' Kelsey Paddock. In the 200 North Penn's Tanya Neff won in 29.1, with Blanchard second and Taylor Shay of Towanda third.

Learn returned to win the 3200 in 12:12, followed by Williams.

Alyssia Dolliver of North Penn won the pole vault in 8-feet even, followed by Shay and Towanda's Chelsea Maryott. Neff won the triple jump in 30-feet, 4-inches. In the javelin DeWalt was second and teammate Kirsten Berguson was third.

Williamson's lone winner was Ashley Williams in the 100 in 14.4, beating out Blanchard and Towanda's Kirstin Madigan.

GIRLS: Wellsboro 133, Troy 16

BOYS: Wellsboro 106 1/2, Troy 43 1/2

The Green Hornets swept the Trojans in track and field action Tuesday.

On the girls' side Wellsboro's Taylor Acorn won the 100 in 12.90 with teammate Alexis Getty second and Troy's Megan Yanchuk third. Hornet Alex Marple won the 200 in 27.80, with teammates Sarah Kramer and Kim Acron in second and third. Getty then won the 400 in 1:01.50, with teammate Raina Rogers in second and Troy's Louisa Shedden third.

The Hornets swept the 800, with Becky Chambers winning in 2:30.90, followed by Vicki Pearson and Marina Garrison. Sophie Weaver won the 1600 in 5:52, edging out Troy's Casey Norton, who took second while Wellsboro's Jeni Intallura waas third. Intallura then won the 3200 in 13:58.20 with teammate Kiana Erdmann second.

In the 100 hurdles Alex Marple led a Wellsboro sweep at 16.16, with sister Mackenzie Marple second and Jill Ruper third. Wellsboro's Regan Rogers won the 300 hurdles in 48.60, while Alex Marple was second and Troy's Amber Chamberlain took third.

The Hornets' 4x100 relay won in 52.20, with a team of Getty, Kierra LaForge, Alex Marple and Taylor Acorn. Wellsboro's 4x400 relay of Kim Acorn, Taylor Acorn, Raina Rogers and Regan Rogers won in 4:18.20. To start the meet, Wellsboro's 4x800 relay of Weaver, Chambers, Garrison and Pearson won in 10:52, edging the Trojans by two seconds.

In the shot put Wellsboro's Sherri Hovis won in 26-feet, 5-inches while teammates Taylor Copp and Senae Eady was second and third. Hovis also won the discus in 75-feet, 2-inches, with Troy's Courtney Birdsall in second and LaForge taking third. Mackenzie Marple then won the javelin in 100-feet, 11-inches, followed by teammate Sherri Hovis and Hannah Zuchowski.

Regan Rogers won the high jump in 5-feet, 3-inches, followed by teammate Amy Driskell and Troy's Darien Hoover.

Kramer won the pole vault in 9-feet, with Troy's Ariana Smyth second and Liz Craig third, while Getty won the long jump in 15-feet, 4 3/4-inches while Raina Rogers was second followed by Yanchuk in third. Regan Rogers also won the triple jump in 32-feet, 10 1/2-inches, with Mackenzie Marple second and Troy's Vanessa Benson third.

On the boys' side Caleb Getty won the 100 in 11.50 for Wellsboro, while teammates Ryan Moss and Kyle Leber were second and third. Moss then won the 200 in 23.40, followed by Troy's Marcus Oldroyd and Leber.

Marcus Oldroyd won the 400 in 54.20, with Wellsboro's Ethan Callahan and Sam Rice in second and third. Troy's Matt Oldroyd won the 800 in 2:05, with Wellsboro's Mark Straniere in second and Jordan Jackson taking third. Jackson also won the 1600 in 4:50.30, with teammates Tim Sayre and Bob Owlett in second and third. Sayre also won the 3200 in 10:49.90, with Owlett in second and Troy's Harley Drake taking third.

In the 110 hurdles Wellsboro swept, led by Brandon Dooley in 17.40 while Tim Cassidy and Nathan Bair was second and third. Bair then won the 300 in 45.20, followed by Cassidy and Troy's Kyle Rossetti.

In the 4x100 a team of Getty, Leber, Shawn Geiser and Moss won in 43.90, however, Troy won the other two relays. A team of Matt Oldroyd, Marcus Oldroyd, Brad Bailey and Billy Bruce won the 4x400 in 3:31.40, while a team of Matt Oldroyd, Kyle Robbins, Drake and Zack Despreaux won the 4x800 in 8:44.

Troy's Eric Godshall won two throws, taking the shot put in 40-feet, 9-inches while teammate Travis Norton was second and Wellsboro's Andrew Hughes took third. Godshall also won the discus in 111-feet, 11-inches while Hughes was second and Troy's Stephen Muir took third.

Wellsboro's Steven Meacham won the javelin in 133-feet, 8-inches while Troy's Godshall was second by one inch with Norton taking third.

Getty won the high jump in 5-feet, 10-inches while teammate Darby Alafoginis was second and Dooley third. Green Hornet Ben Benner led the Wellsboro sweep in the pole vault at 9-feet, 6-inches followed by teammate Mitch Snyder and Thomas Straniere.

In the long jump Getty won in 19-feet, 7-inches, while Callahan was second and Cassidy third. Dooley took the triple jump in 37-feet, 8 1/2-inches with Cassidy second and Alafoginis third.

GIRLS: Sayre 79, Northeast Bradford 66

BOYS: Northeast Bradford 79, Sayre 72

The Redskins' girls track and field team edged the Panthers in action Tuesday. Sayre was led by triple winner Hannah Robinson.

Robinson was a member of the winning 4x800 team, along with Rose Velazquez, Katie Hurley and Alex Middlebrook, that ran 11:34 to win. Robinson also took first in the 1600 at 5:36 with Middlebrook second and Northeast's Madalyn Milnes third. The Redskin then won the 800 in 2:26 with Middlebrook second and Northeast's Kayla Darling third.

Sayre's Amanda Merrill was a double winner on the night.

Merrill won the long jump in 14-feet, 6-inches while Macey Hitchcock of Northeast was second and Sayre's Lisa Breuer was third. Merrill also won the triple jump in 31-feet, 1-inch, followed by Northeast's Morgan Balwierczak in second.

Also for the Redskins Rachel Brink won the pole vault in 6-feet, 6-inches while Michelle Bergquist won the discus in 89-feet, 5-inches, followed by teammates Dawn Fenninger and Kacey Ammerman.

Breuer won the shot put in 33-feet, 6-inches while teammates Eli Douglas and Bergquist were second and third while fellow Redskin Andrea Ward won the high jump in 4-feet, 6-inches. Northeast's Britney Meyers was second and Stormy Russell third. In the 3200 Hurley won in 13:35 while Northeast's Allison Bonin was second and Velazquez third.

For the Panthers Hitchcock and Mariah Ford were two time individual winners.

Hitchcock won the 100 hurdles in 17.9 followed by Russell and Sayre's Rachel Polinski. She also won the 300 hurdles in 55.4, with Polinski second and Russell third.

Ford won the 100 in 13.5, with Meyers second and Merrill third. The Panther also won the 200 in 28.04, with Douglas second and Balwierczak third. Panther Chelsea Miller won the 400 in 1:06, with Darling second and Sayre's Rachel Hurley third.

Northeast also won the 400 relay in 53.7 with a team of Ford, Meyer, Miller and Hitchcock and the 4x400 relay in 4:37 with Balweirczak, Miller, Ford and Darling.

"We have a lot of kids who are really starting to put things together" Sayre coach Randy Felt said, "I'm seeing some great things happen. Its that time of year when all the hard work starts to pay off."

On the boys' side the Panthers edged out the Redskins.

Northeast's Rob Robbins led the way as a triple individual winner.

Robbins won the long jump in 19-feet, 9-inches, followed by Sayre's Jesse Dagutis and Aaron Voelker. Robbins then won the the high jump in 5-feet, 8-inches, with Sayre's Riley Card second and Skylar Satterly third. The final event Robbins won was the javelin, with a throw of 152 feet. In second was Sayre's Bryant Meyers followed by the Panthers' Paul Fager.

Northeast's 3200 relay of Balchikonis, Upham, Jewett and Sam Williams won in 9:00.01 and their 400 meter relay team of Josh Colvin, Sandfort, Fager and Zach Coleman won in 47.88.

In the 110 hurdles the Panthers' Davis Young won in 19.81, followed by Sayre's Nate Ennis and Austin Willis.

In the field Northeast Bradford's Cody Chaffee won two events, taking the discus in 136-feet, 33-inches followed by Fager and Sayre's Cody McNaughton. Chaffee then won the shot put in 44-feet, 3-inches, with Sayre's Kyle Dagutis second and McNaughton third.

Jacob Balchikonis won the 1600 in 4:42.18, while teammate Kent Upham was second and Sayre's Mark Hedgeland took third. In the 3200 the Panthers' Curt Jewett was first at 10:12.27, with Upham second and Sayre's Matt Romanauski third.

On the Sayre side Jesse Dagutis was a three time winner, taking the 100 in 10.84, followed by Northeast's Christian Sandfort and Voelker. Dagutis also won the triple jump in 40-feet, 1-inch, followed by Robbins and Sayre's Mike Bostwick. The Redskin then won the 200 in 23.5, with Northeast Bradford's Josh Colvin second and Sayre's Jacob Kendall third.

In the 400 Sayre's Scott Beeman won in 53.38, with Kendall second and Northeast's Devin Middaugh third. Voelker took the pole vault for the Redskins', with Sayre's Mike Glockner second and Young third.

Beeman also won the 800 in 2:10.9, with Northeast's Sam Williams second and Sayre's Peter Eller third. A Redskin 4x400 team of Kendall, Satterly, Voelker and Beeman won in 3:43.55.

"The boys team is going to make the NTL meet exciting," Northeast coach Mike Murphy said, "We do not have a lot of depth, but we have some big guns who could potentially take a lot of wins if they are having a good day. Every single boy who competed at the Wyalusing invite had a best time/distance/ or height. We are showing a lot of improvement and the team and myself are excited about our progress."

"We had some quality performances in a meet that is a preview of the NTL Championship" Sayre coach Doug Ault said, We need to dig deep, train hard and prepare to be better in the next few weeks."

The Redskins are at the Bloomsburg Invitational Friday.

BOYS: Canton 118, Cowanesque Valley 25

GIRLS: Canton 76, Cowanesque Valley 70

The Warriors swept CV in track and field action Tuesday.

On the boys' side a Canton's 4x800 won in 9:37.4. Canton's Austin Bunner then won the high jump in 5-feet, 4-inches with teammate Wyatt Baxter second.

In the shot put Kyle Thompson of Canton won in 40-feet, 2-inches, while CV's Christopher Gunn was third. Warrior Lucas Evans was first in 16.8 for the 110 hurdles, while CV's Richard Lee was second and Canton's Todd Grater.

In the 100 Josh Smith of Canton won in 12.0, while CV's Mike Hancock was second and Derrike Bellows of Canton third. Smith then won the long jump in 17-feet, 2-inches, while teammate Mitchell Bird was second and Eddie Larcom was third.

Canton's Blake Bunner then took the 1600 in 4:59.7, while teammate Kyle Gleckner was second. Bird then won the triple jump in 37-feet, 5 1/2-inches, with Baxter second and Lee third.

In the 400 Brian Layng won for Canton in 53.7, with Larcom second and Keegan Wright third. Kyle Bastion then won the discus in 118-feet, 10 1/2-inches, with Layng second and Brady Seeley third.

Evans then won the 300 hurdles in 45.4, with Lee second and CV's Dan Eick third. Blake Bunner took the 800 in 2:09.8, followed by Baxter and CV's John Shannon.

Smith won the 200 in 24.9, with Evans second and Bellows third.

Tom Price for Canton won the pole vault in 11-feet, 6-inches, followed by CV's Caleb Houghtaling in 10-feet, 6-inches and then Canton's Bryce Baker. Gleckner then took the 3200 in 10:59.2.

Thompson won the javelin in 136-feet, 8-inches, followed by CV's Jarrit Zerby and Derek Johnson.

CV won the 400 relay in 50.4.

On the girls' side Hailey Montgomery of Canton won the discus in 71-feet, 1-inch, followed by teammate Janice Jackson and CV's Ana Cummings. Rachel Shanley of Canton then took the 100 hurdles in 17.6, followed by CV's Katie Northrup and Canton's Emily Black. Cassandra Stone won the 100 for Canton in 13.3, with Cummings second and Canton's Jada Smith third.

Shanley won the triple jump in 31-feet, 4 1/4-inches, followed by CV's Kylie Sickler. Black then took the pole vault in 6-feet, 6-inches, followed by Amber Robinson of Canton, too.

Stone won the high jump in 4-feet, 8-inches, followed by Karen Eick of CV. Canton's Shannon Abercrombie won the 1600 in 6:09.4, with CV's Kari Lampman second and Carley Murdock third. Sabre Phelps of CV won the shot put in 25-feet, 10 1/2 inches, followed by Montgomery and CAnton's Kim Colliny.

Stone took the 400 in 1:08, followed by Sonya Solomon of CV and Canton's Sara Jean Lapitan. Northrup won the 300 hurdles for CV in 54.9, with Shanley second and Allison McNett third for Canton. Stephanie Painter won the 800 for CV in 2:43.6, followed by Canton's Morgan Stone and Courtney Tice. Painter also won the long jump in 15-feet, 3 1/2-inches. Shanley was second and Murdock took third.

Jackson won the javelin in 74-feet, 8-inches, followed by Phelps and Collinny.

Eick won the 200 for CV in 28.2, followed by Solomon and Robinson. Abercrombie took the 3200 in 13:30.8, with Murdock second.

The Indians won all relays, taking the 3200 relay in 12:45.4, the 400 in 55.5 and the 1600 in 4:44.4.

Canton is home Thursday with Towanda.