LIBERTY - Williamson picked up a 56-31 victory over Liberty on Tuesday, keeping a one-game NTL West lead as they head into a key matchup with second-place Wellsboro on Thursday.

Kim Daugherty had 21 for the Warriors on Tuesday and Cheyenne Jones had 16 in the win.

Lori Horton had 11 for Williamson and Jenna Hugic had five, while Jamie Cook added three points.

Liberty got nine points each from Ashley Graham and Kelsey Harer and Nicole Black and Desiree McGovern both had four points.

Crystal Dietrick had three points in the game and Brittany Bickhart had two points.

Liberty won the JV game 32-29 with Chelsea Repard scoring 14 and Dietrick getting 10 for Librety and Caitlin Chaffee and Danielle Cross had 10 points each in the game for Williamson.

Athens 58, Towanda 21

The Wildcats picked up the victory on Tuesday to match Sayre at 8-1 in NTL East play as the two teams prepare to meet on Thursday.

Christin Dunkling led the Wildcats with 28 points and Mackenzie Warner had 11. Danielle Stopper had six points and Mackenzie Hafer and Morgan Westbrook each had four points in the game.

Danielle Dougherty finished with three points and Rachael Donnelly had two points.

Monica Dougherty had eight assists, Jensen Dunkling had four boards, Hafer had eight rebounds, Stopper had five rebounds and four steals and Westbrook had four rebounds.

Towanda got 10 from Kaitlin Hallabuk and Alaina Wickwire had seven, while Danielle Zatkos had four points.

Athens won the JV game 35-20 with Westbrook scoring 22.

Waverly 70, Edison 30

WAVERLY, N.Y. - Bowman reached her 1,000th career point in the first half as the Wolverines cruised on Tuesday.

Kylie Newman had eight points in the game and Reylyn Schwartzhoff, Victoria Cron and Emily Walker all had six points, while Jenna Bowman had five points and Megan Wilbur had four points.

Taylor Bodine, Jordan Raupers and Emiley Myers all finished with two points for Waverly.

Sabrina Bowman had three steals and four assists, Schwartzhoff and Cron had seven boards each, Jenna Bowman had five steals, Myers had seven assists and Newman had five rebounds and three steals.

Edison was led by Michelle Woychak with eight and Megan Cook with seven.

Waverly won the JV game 46-16 with Kiana Manuel scoring eight.

Waverly plays at Notre Dame on Friday night. A victory would assure the Wolverines of the division title.

Wyalusing 75, NEB 59

The Wyalusing Rams got double digit scoring from four individuals led by Arielle Kneller's 18 on their way to a win over the visiting Northeast Bradford Panthers Tuesday.

After a somewhat sluggish start that saw the Rams take an early 15-13 lead, Kneller ignited the Rams' offense, scoring 12 of her 18 in the second quarter as Wyalusing pulled away with a 41-18 lead at the half.

The Panthers outscored the Rams in the second half 41-34 with the Rams' bench playing much of the fourth quarter. Mackenzie Martin chipped in with 17 points for the Rams, now 14-5 overall on the season and 7-3 in the NTL East.

Also hitting double digit scoring for Wyalusing were Veronica Morrison with 14 and Kasey DeVoir with 13 while Paighton Martin added nine.

Angelia Laudermilch led the Panthers with 21 points followed by Lydia Werner with 12, Maddy Johnson with nine and MaKaylah Holbert with seven.

Calla Martin and Alyssa Coon had four points each and Alyssa Turner finished with two for the Panthers.

Kneller once again led the Rams on the boards with 16 rebounds followed by Paighton Martin, Morrison and Savannah Schools with six each.

Ally DeVoir, Paighton Martin, Morrison and Kneller each had an assists for the Rams while Kneller led the team with three blocked shots and five steals.

Wyalusing also won the JV game 32-24 as Brooke Force led the Rams with 12 points and Alyssa Turner led the Panthers with seven.

Wyalusing will return to action on Thursday when they play host to the Troy Trojans for the second of five straight home games to end the regular season.

Troy 40, Canton 25

The Trojans got seven points and 15 rebounds from Kristyn Kinner and Kelsey Bristol had a double-double with 11 points, 10 rebounds, four steals and three blocked shots.

Rachel Tice had eight points and 10 boards for Troy and Faith Ceely had seven points, while Casey Baxter had four points and Melinda Ackley had three points.

Brooke Mattocks had five steals and four assists and Ceely had five assists.

Makenzy Route led Canton with 20 points and Abby Herman and Kiana Binford each had two points, while Chelsey Heatley had one point.

Troy won the JV game.

Troy is at Wyalusing on Thursday.

North Penn 63, CV 53

BLOSSBURG - The Panthers took a 33-19 lead at the half on their way to the win on Tuesday.

Kaitlyn Garverick had a double-double with 19 points, 10 rebounds and six steals and Whitney Holdren had 13 points, while Mariah Berguson had 12 in the game.

Kirsten Berguson had six for the Panthers and Chelsey Smith had five points, while Kristina Buchanon, Britta Berguson, Alex Mendez and Meredith Kline all had two points. Britta Berguson had five assists for North Penn.

Hayley Painter led CV with 15 and Grace Earl had 13, while Amanda Painter had 12, on four threes.

Courtney Schauer had eight for CV and Kayla Schauer had three points, while Krystan Crowner finished with two points.

North Penn won the JV game.

North Penn is at Towanda on Thursday.

Sayre 37, Mansfield 26

The game was tied at the half, but Mollie Robinson scored 15 of Sayre's 19 second-half points to get the victory.

"It was a tough win on the road," Sayre coach Bill Trump said. "The girls played heads up basketball when it started to get out of control in the fourth quarter. After a tied first half Mollie (Robinson) came out and hit two huge threes sandwiched around a layup by Elyse (Skerpon) in the middle of the zone. The ladies protected that lead throughout the remainder of the game, then Mollie went 5-for-6 (at the foul line) down the stretch when they started to foul."

Robinson led all scorers with 23 and Kelsey Young had six, while Skerpon and Adrienne Malorzo had four each.

Robinson added six boards and five assists and Young had six rebounds.

Mansfield got 11 from Molly Wood and eight from Emily James.

Ali Hillson had five and Erin Dempsey had two points, while Jackie Hillson finished with one point.

James, Jackie and Ali Hillson all had three boards and James added four steals.

Mansfield won the JV game 22-14 with Allie Peet scoring eight for Sayre.

Mansfield is at CV on Thursday and Sayre hosts Athens on Thursday in a matchup of the two teams tied atop the NTL East standings.

Tioga 56, SVE 22

The Tigers got 15 points from Hannah Manwaring and 11 from Emily Schweiger in the victory on Tuesday.

Natalie Burns and Callie Patsellis each had eight for Tioga and Dani Barto had five points, while Sierra Beebe and Sarah Whitney had four each and Lexi Swagler had one point.

Manwaring had nine boards, three steals and four assists, Patsellis had four rebounds, four steals and four assists and Beebe had seven rebounds and two steals.

Taylor Ryder led SVE with five points.

Tioga won the JV game 37-34 with Kaitlin Burrage scoring 16.

Tioga hosts Candor on Thursday.

Muncy 57, Sullivan County 39

Addie Jordan had 16 and Cortney Rupert had 10 for the Griffins in the loss.

Shelby Zeller had five points, but the Griffins were outscored 18-4 in the first and never recovered on Tuesday.

Sullivan County won the JV game 21-20 with Alexis Kiess leading the Griffins with eight.

Notre Dame 53, Newfield 34

The Crusaders blew open a game that was 20-13 at the half, outscoring Newfield 20-7 in the third on the way to the win.

Sheridan Heine lead four Notre Dame players in double figures with 16.

Olivia May of Ridgebury had 12 for Notre Dame and Emily Carson had 11, while Kaylyn Curran finished with 10 in the game.

Mara Skordynski and Megan O'Dell each finished with two for Notre DAme.

May had a double-double, with 16 rebounds, adding four assists and three steals, along with a blocked shot, while Heine had five steals, four assists, two blocks and a board.

Carson had nine rebounds and Skordynski had eight boards, two steals, an assist and a block and Alivia Clark had seven rebounds and a steal.

O'Dell had four boards, a block and a steal and Curran had two steals, two assists and two rebounds, while Becca Watts had three rebounds, an assist and a steal.