Wyalusing, NEB keep pace in NTL East
The Wyalusing Rams outscored Troy 32-20 in the second half to rally for the victory on Tuesday night.
Troy took a 27-25 halftime lead before the Rams scored 20 in the third.
Mackenzie Martin led the Rams with 21 and Paighton Martin finished with 11 points.
Kasey DeVoir had 10 for Wyalusing and Arielle Kneller finished with six points.
Ally DeVoir had six points for the Rams and Roni Morrison, Savannah Schools and Ciera Holland each had two points.
Troy was led by Kelsey Bristol with 21 points and Vanessa Benson had 12. Faith Ceely finished with eight points for Troy and Taylor Johnston had four points and Brooke Mattocks had two.
Ceely had four steals, five boards and six assists, Johnston had six boards and Benson had three steals, five boards and two assists.
Wyalusing won the JV game.
Troy is at North Penn on Thursday.
NEB 59, Canton 16
LERAYSVILLE - The Panthers got 12 points from Angelia Laudermilch and Maddy Johnson finished with 10 in the victory on Tuesday.
Calla Martin finished with eight for the Panthers and MaKaylah Holbert had seven points.
Alyssa Coon, Lydia Werner and Shelby Park finished with four points each in the win.
Laudermilch had 10 boards and eight steals, Johnson had eight rebounds, six steals and four assists and Martin had six assists.
Canton was led by Chelsey Heatley with 10 points and Megan Meyer and Bry Tymeson each had two points, while Kiana Binford and Lizzy Tymeson had one point apiece.
Northeast Bradford won the JV game 41-16 with Werner scoring 10. Lizzy Tymeson had 12 for the Warriors in the loss.
Northeast Bradford hosts Athens on Thursday.
Mansfield 56, Towanda 48
The Tigers outscored Towanda 23-6 in the first quarter and 39-17 in the first half and hung on for the win Tuesday.
Emily James led four Mansfield players in double figures with 17. Maddie York had 12, Molly Wood had 11 and Jackie Hillson finished with 10 points.
Simone Lichty, Maggie Farrer and Ali Hillson all had two points in the game.
Jackie Hillson had four assists and James had six boards.
Towanda got 20 points from Kaitlin Hallabuk and 12 from Alaina Wickwire in the game.
Laci Manning had nine for Towanda and Alysha Grimes had three points, while Dani Zatkos and Kayla Grimes each had two points.
Mansfield won the JV game.
Mansfield hosts CV on Thursday.
Waverly 73, O-M 23
The Wolverines scored 30 first-quarter points on their way to the win.
Sabrina Bowman led the Wolverines with 24, while Reylyn Schwartzhoff had 12 in the game.
Emily Walker had eight points and McKhenna Mattison finished with seven points, while Emiley Myers and Jenna Bowman each had five points.
Kylie Newman and Victoria Cron had four points each and Taylor Bodine had three points, while Taylor Nelson finished with one point.
Sabrina Bowman had 15 of her points in the opening quarter for Waverly and she had seven steals and six assists in the game.
Walker had five rebounds and three steals, Schwartzhoff had five boards and Myers had three steals and three assists.
Waverly won the JV game 43-36. Kiana Manuel led Waverly with 22 and Ellie Nittinger had eight.
Waverly is at Candor on Friday.
Notre Dame 66, Edison 37
The Crusaders got 21 points from Sheridan Heine and 14 from Ridgebury's Olivia May as they outscored Edison 34-15 in the second half to break open the game.
Mara Skordynski had 10 for Notre Dame and Kaylyn Curran had five points, while Alivia Clark had four points.
Jen Smithers had three points and Megan Herrick, Emily Carson, Mia Herlan and Sarah Bast all added two points and Megan O'Dell had one point.
Heine had nine steals and four boards, along with two assists and two blocks and May had six boards, two steals and an assist, while Skordynski had six boards, two steals, a block and an assist.
O'Dell had two blocks and two boards, Carson had five boards and three assists and Herlan had four rebounds.
CV 49, North Penn 40
Hayley Painter had 20 points to lead the Indians and Grace Earle finished with 14.
Blair Williams had 17 rebounds and five points and Amanda Painter had eight points, while Vanessa Earle had two points.
Mariah Berguson led the Panthers with 16 and Kaitlyn Garverick had 10 in the game. Whitney Holdren and Britta Berguson had six points each and Kirsten Berguson finished with two points.
Williamson 73, Liberty 29
The Warriors got 30 points from Kim Daugherty and Lori Horton had 24 in the game.
Jenna Hugic and Jamie Cook each had seven points for Williamson and Danielle Cross had five points.
Horton had 12 boards and five blocks, while Daugherty had eight rebounds, seven steals and seven assists.
Cook had eight assists and three boards and Hugic had five rebounds, while Cross added four rebounds and two assists.
Chelsea Repard led Liberty with eight points.
Tioga 59, Newark Valley 22
The Tigers got 14 points from Callie Patsellis and 13 from Sarah Whitney in the victory.
Hannah Manwaring had nine points for Tioga and Lexi Swagler had eight in the game.
Natalie Burns and Emily Schweiger finished with five each for Tioga and Sierra Beebe had four points, while Maddie Tinney had one points for the Tigers.
Manwaring had eight rebounds, Patsellis had seven steals and three assists, Whitney had three assists and four steals and Schweiger had five boards.
Tioga won the JV game 43-21. Lynzy Baker led Tioga with 17 in the game.
Tioga is at Notre Dame on Friday.