Athens boys down Canton.

By: The Review | Towanda Daily Review | December 13, 2017

 

CANTON — The Athens boys outscored Canton 42-19 in the second half of an 80-41 victory on Tuesday night in the NTL opener for both teams.

Gavin Stein led Athens with 34 points, including three threes, and Aaron Lane had 16 points, with three threes.

Ethan Lane had nine points for Athens and Aric Westbrook had eight points. Mateo Baglini had six points for Athens and Brady Smith had five points, while Wyatt Walters finished with two points.

Canton was led by Michael Smithers with 16 points and Camden Route had 15 for the Warriors. Evan Landis and Kayden Williams had three points each for Canton and Zach Davy and Zach Rentzel each finished with two points.

Sullivan County 74, Benton 26

The Griffins got 18 points from Alex Baumunk and 15 from John Saxe in the win.

Dylan Hottenstein had nine points for the Griffins and Will Kiner had eight points.

Jalen Thomas, Nathan Hansen and Justin Metzger each had four points and Omar Rubio, Jesse Williams, Alex Sweitzer, Noah Brown, Sam Carpenter and Dave Pardoe had two points each.

Hottenstein had five steals and Brown had four steals and five assists, while Saxe had five assists.

Kevin Seidler led Benton with 11 points.

Sullivan County is at Millville on Friday.

Troy 54, CV 41

The Trojans got 21 points from Seldon Rogers in the victory on Tuesday.

Clark Jackson had 16 points for Troy and Nate Martin finished with seven points. Ja Wallace had four points for Troy and Kaden Murray, Kaden Murray and Corey Davis each had two points in the game.

Daniel Freeman had 16 for the Indians and Christian Kemp had 15 points. Kurtis Easton had five points and Seth Huyler and Jack Stone had one point.

Troy won the JV game.

Wellsboro 43, NEB 37

The Green Hornets got 14 points from Brandyn Tuttle to lead three players in double figures in the win.

Tanner Button hand Collin Pietropola had 10 each for Wellsboro and Nic Ingerick had five points, while Quinn Henry had four points.

Tuttle had a double-double, hauling in 13 boards, with a blocked shot, Button had an assist and a block, and Henry had four boards and two steals. Pietropola had seven boards, three assists and two steals and Hunter Brown had two boards and two assists. Ingerick had three steals and an assist and Holden Kennedy had three rebounds.

Zak Smith had 20 points for NEB and Nick Vrabel had six points, while Chaz LaBarre had five points. Clayton Connor, Andy Crown and Anthony Bisignano had two points each for the Panthers.

"Our young team battled hard tonight and came up just short against a talented, and well-coached team," Northeast Bradford coach Paul Burgert said.

Connor had seven boards and three assists and Crown had five boards, with an assist, a steal and three blocks. LaBarre had three boards.

Wellsboro won the JV game 46-37. Joseph Grab led Wellsboro with 19 points and Lucas Crown led NEB with 14.

Williamson 57, North Penn-Liberty 53

Simon Fish led Williamson with 15 points and Tanner Adriance had 13 in the victory.

Andrew Hackett had nine points for Williamson and Kolby Allen and Carter Strange had six each for the Warriors.

Sam Fish had four points in the win and Allen Heckler had two in the victory.

Brandyn Choplosky had 14 for North Penn-Liberty and Noah Spencer had 11 points. Klayton Roupp had nine points and Nick Grinnell had four points. Logyn Choplosky, Ethan Decker and Duncan Zeafla had three points each and Colton Litzleman and Gunnar Rice and Isaac Way each had two points in the loss.

North Penn-Mansfield 55, Wyalusing 50

The Tigers led 42-26 at the half, and held on for the win as the Rams held them to 13 points in the second half.

Dylan Meyer led North Penn-Mansfield with 14 points and Garrett David had 10 points. Jacob Green and Brent Burleigh had nine each and Jayden Andrews had eight, while Sawyer Freeman had three and Nick Kasper had two points.

Meyer had a double-double adding 15 boards and David had five rebounds, three assists and two blocked shots. Burleigh had nine boards and six assists.

Will Martin led Wyalusing with 14 points and Calvin Burke had 11 points. Ryan Armitage, Kasar Cameron and Scott Eberlin had eight points each for the Rams and Jon Morrison had six points, while Chandler Brown had three points.