Wyalusing girls down Sayre
SAYRE - The Wyalusing girls fell to Sayre at the Waverly Christmas Tournament.
On Tuesday they got a little redemption, but this one in a league matchup as Wyalusing handed the Redskins their first NTL East loss 42-34.
Mackenzie Martin led the Rams with 18 points as Wyalusing jumped out to a 16-7 lead after one quarter on their way to the win.
Arielle Kneller had eight points for the Rams and Kasey DeVoir had seven points, while Ally DeVoir had three points and Paighton Martin finished with one point.
Kneller had 11 rebounds in the game, eclipsing 500 for her career, and Roni Morrison and Mackenzie Martin each had five boards.
Paighton Martin had four rebounds and Kasey DeVoir and Kneller each had three steals.
Adrienne Malorzo and Mollie Robinson had 11 points each for Sayre and Kelsey Young had seven points, while Elyse Skerpon had five points.
Young had 12 boards and three steals and Robinson had four assists and four steals.
Sayre won the JV game 16-13 with Cheyanna Roberts leading Sayre with eight.
Tioga 50, Newfield 47
The Tigers got back into the IAC small-school chase, avenging an early season loss with the victory on Tuesday.
"If we had lost, we would basically be out of the small school race," Tioga coach Joe Robinson said. "We are back in it, we kind of hold our own destiny. This was very important, without it we are two games down and pretty much done.
"It was a come-from behind win, they kept changing defenses and they play a lot of triangle and two. (Emily) Schweiger stepped up and made a big three in the fourth quarter to put us up nine. Hannah (Manwaring) gets a lot of rebounds on the weakside and starts our fast break. She had four threes today, she shot the ball pretty good."
Tioga was down 25-21 at the half, but outscored Newfield 14-7 in the third to pull ahead.
Manwaring led Tioga with a double-double, scoring 24 points, with four threes, and pulling in 10 rebounds.
Schweiger had 11 points and eight boards and Sarah Whitney had seven points and six assists, while Sierra Beebe had five points and six rebounds. Callie Patsellis had six points and Natalie Burns finished with two points.
Newfield won the JV game 57-32. Kaitlin Burriage led Tioga with eight.
Tioga hosts Watkins Glen on Friday.
Athens 55, Troy 16
The Wildcats outscored Troy 22-3 in the first quarter as they stayed unbeaten on the season.
Athens got 14 points from Christin Dunkling and 12 from Monica Dougherty in the victory.
Morgan Westbrook had nine points for Athens and Danielle Stopper finished with six points, while Mackenzie Warner had four points.
Danielle Dougherty and Jensen Dunkling each had three points for the Wildcats and Macknezie Hafer and Rachael Donnelly added two points each.
Donnelly and Monica Dougherty each had five assists and Hafer had five steals, Christin Dunkling had six rebounds and Warner had four rebounds.
Troy got seven points from Vanessa Benson and Faith Ceely had three points, while Brooke Mattocks, Taylor Johnston and Kelsey Bristol each finished with two points.
Athens won the JV game 32-15 with Westbrook leading Athens with 15 points.
Wellsboro 51, Mansfield 50
Mackenzie Marple scored 29 points as the Green Hornets picked up the victory on Tuesday, handing Mansfield it's first league loss.
Jordan Butters, Hannah Zuchowski and Kim Acorn all had six points and Sarah Ingerick had four points for Wellsboro.
Jackie Hillson and Molly Wood each had 15 points for Mansfield and Emily James and Ali Hillson both had seven points, while Simone Lichty had six points.
Wellsboro won the JV game.
Towanda 51, Canton 12
The Black Knights outscored the Warriors 23-1 after one quarter on their way to the win.
Kaitlin Hallabuk had 18 points for Towanda and Alysha Grimes finished with 11 points.
Alaina Wickwire had eight points, Laci Manning had seven points and Danielle Zatkos had five in the win.
Lauren Risch had two points for Towanda in the victory.
Chelsey Heatley had six points and Abby Herman had four points, while Megan Meyer and Kiana Binford each had one point.
Towanda won the JV game 24-14. Casey Hawley led Towanda with 11 and Macy Theron had four for Canton.
Canton hosts Troy on Thursday.
Liberty 50, North Penn 47
Chelsea Repard had 18 points and Kelsey Harer had 13 as Liberty picked up an NTL win on Tuesday.
Ashley Graham had nine points in the win and Crystal Dietrick had six points, while Brittany Bickhart finished with four points.
North Penn got 20 from Mariah Berguson and Caitlyn Garverick had 11.
Alex Mendez and Britta Berguson had six points each and Whitney Holdren finished with four points. Meredith Kline and Kirsten Berguson each had two points for North Penn.
Liberty won the JV game 47-32. Repard had 20 and Harer had 12, while North Penn got 15 from Britta Berguson and 10 from Kristina Buchanan.
Williamson 42, CV 31
The Warriors got 15 points from Lori Horton and 13 from Kim Daugherty as three players scored in double figures in the victory.
McKenna Greenwalt had 10 points for Williamson and Jamie Cook had three, while Jenna Hugic finished with one point on Tuesday.
The Indians got nine points from Hayley Painter and eight from Grace Earle, while Amanda Painter had seven in the loss.
Vanessa Earle, Courtney Schauer and Cristal Crowner each had two points, while Blair Williams finished with one point.
Waverly 68, SVE 23
The Wolverines got 19 points each from Sabrina Bowman and Reylyn Schwartzhoff in the victory on Tuesday.
Megan Wilbur and McKhenna Mattison each had five points for Waverly and Kylie Newman, Taylor Bodine and Victoria Cron had four points each in the win.
Jordan Raupers, Jenna Bowman, Taylor Nelson and Emily Walker all had two points for Waverly.
Sabrina Bowman had four rebounds, nine steals and six assists, Schwartzhoff had seven boards and three steals, Jenna Bowman had four boards, five steals and four assists and Myers had four steals.
Cron and Mattison each had five rebounds and Walker had three assists and four boards.
Lisa Nelson and Brittany Blakeman each led Spencer with six.
Spencer won the JV game 36-31. Kiana Manuel led Waverly with 11 and Katie McEvoy had seven.
Waverly hosts Newfield on Friday.
Notre Dame 59, Odessa-Montour 16
Ridgebury's Olivia May had 16 points and seven boards and Sheridan Heine had 10 points in the win.
Heine added five boards and Kaylyn Curran had eight points and three rebounds.
Mara Skordynksi had six points and two steals and Alivia Clark had five points and five rebounds.
Megan O'Dell, Sarah Bast and Becca Watts all had four points, with O'Dell adding two steals and Jenn Smither had two steals, while Megan Herrick had two points.
Galeton 47, Otto-Eldred 30
Galeton improved to 7-5 on the season as Latascia Shadle had 15 and Andi Leach had 12 in the victory.
After leading by one after the first quarter, Galeton scored 20 points in the second to extend their lead.
Mataya McPherson finished with eight points for Galeton and McKayla Cochran had five points, while Shaleigh Proctor finished with four points and Talia Hatch had three points.
Otto-Eldred won the JV game 25-18. Hatch had seven and Ashley Cizek finished with six for Galeton.
Binghamton Blaze 28, North Rome 25
North Rome got 15 points from Cristen Mosier in the loss.
Sarah Malkemes had seven points for the Eagles and Emily Lykens had two points, while Olivia Noone finished with one point.
Esther Griffin led Binghamton with 15.
Mosier had 10 rebounds and six blocks in the game and Malkemes had five boards and seven steals, while Taylor Swain had eight rebounds and Noone had four steals and four boards. Lykins had five rebounds in the game.