Sullivan boys open with win.

By: The Review | Towanda Daily Review | December 10, 2016 | Photo courtesy The Review

 

Sullivan boys open with winTOWANDA — The Sullivan County boys opened up their season with a 54-24 win over Towanda in the Black Knights' Tip-Off Tournament on Friday.

John Saxe had 29 points for the Griffins in the win and Jon Pedro finished with 13 points.

Alex Baumunk and Jordan Pedro had four points each and Will Kiner and Taylor Baldwin each had two points.

Baumunk and Baldwin each had three assists and Jon Pedro had 11 boards, while Baumunk had 10 boards and Jordan Pedro had four boards. Saxe had two steals for the Griffins.

Luke Tama led Towanda with 10 and Dalton Potter had eight points.

Troy Pierce and Tanner Kunkle each had three points for the Black Knights.

Athens 67, Shikellamy 51

Ethan Lane had a 25-point night to lead the Wildcats to the win on Friday.

Athens outscored Shikellamy 16-5 in the first quarter on the way to the win.

Gavin Stein had 11 and Daniel Joyce had 10 points.

Kalen Keathley had eight for Athens and Aric Westbrook had six points.

Aaron Lane had four points and Zack Jayne had three points.

Joyce had a double-double with 10 boards and had four blocks, and Jayne had nine boards, two blocks, two steals and two assists.

Stein had five steals and four assists and Mateo Baglini had four boards.

Westbrook had three boards.

SAYRE TIP-OFF CLASSIC

Blue Ridge 54, Wyalusing 46

SAYRE — The Rams got down double figures in the first half, fought back in the second half to get within one, but fell short in the lo

Calvin Burke led the Rams with 14 points, including four threes, and Will Martin had 11 points.

Kasar Cameron had nine points and Jon Morrison had eight, while Scott Eberlin and Chandler Brown each had two points.

Morrison had 11 rebounds and Cameron had eight boards and three steals.

Martin had five boards for Wyalusing and Morrison had three assists.

Jeff Morris led Blue Ridge with 21.

Susquehanna 54, Sayre 40

SAYRE — Susquehanna outscored the Redskins 24-8 in the fourth quarter to pull away and get the win.

Marcus Bauman led Sayre with 12 points and seven boards, with two blocks, and Jordan Rockwell had 10 points and three assists.

Jalen Powers had nine points and four boards for Sayre and Ryan Murrelle finished with five points and two assists.

Nate Sweet had two points and four assists, with four boards and two steals, and Chris Ray had two points and three boards.

Sayre won the JV game 45-22. Devin Ervin had 13 and Gage Carnrike had 12 points for Sayre.

SHAMOKIN TIP-OFF TOURNAMENT

Wellsboro 51, Shamokin 38

The Green Hornets started the year off with the victory.

Jacob Singer had 12 for the Green Hornets and Alden Weiner had 11 points.

Brandon Lamphier and Brandyn Tuttle each had seven for Wellsboro and Dalton Prough and Collin Pietropola had six points each, while Holden Kennedy finished with two points.

Prough and Weiner had six boards each, Singer had five and Tuttle and Pietropola had four each. Singer and Lamphier each had two steals and Lamphier had six assists, while Prough had five assists.

Mason Filarski and Greg Taylor led Shamokin with 11 points each.

LOYALSOCK TOURNAMENT

North Penn-Mansfield 75, East Juniata 22

Brock Burleigh had a 24-point, 20-rebound game to lead the Tigers to the win.

Burleigh added six assists and three steals in the win and Shane Kelly had a double-double with 17 points and 10 boards.

Konnor Mainkowski had nine points for Mansfield and Garrett David finished with seven points.

Derek Herbst had three points and Justin Kling, Nathan Mahonski, Dylan Meyer and Joel Whitteker all finished with two points.

Manikowski had three steals in the game.

Owen Kline led EJ with 13 points.

Mansfield plays Loyalsock at 7:30 p.m. today in the final.

JACK BUSH TOURNAMENT

CV 70, Northern Potter 44

The Indians advanced to the final with the win.

Kurtis Easton led CV with 19 points and Tyler Vargeson and Caleb Fitzwater had 13 each.

Skyler Vinluan had 10 for CV and Dan Freeman had seven points.

Christian Kemp had five for CV and Ben Brubaker had two points and Seth Huyler had one point.