NPM girls top Canton; CV downs Sayre.
By: The Review | Towanda Daily Review | January 24, 2018
By: The Review | Towanda Daily Review | January 24, 2018
CANTON — North Penn-Mansfield used a strong defensive effort to down Canton 30-17 in NTL Division-II girls' basketball action Tuesday.
After a close first quarter — the Tigers led 5-2 — NP-Mansfield began to pull away as they took a 20-6 halftime lead.
Shae Berguson had seven points to lead the Lady Tigers while JoAnne McNamara added six points. Jeanette Montefusco, Lizzi Welch and Hannah Bowens had four points each while Alaina McKee netted three and Jaime Palmer scored two.
Joelle Urban had six points to lead the Lady Warriors, who were playing without starting point guard Elle Binford.
Tamara Hess and Shea Roupp had four points apiece, Emma Bly netted two while Hailey Wesneski chipped in with one.
The Redskins suffered their first divisional loss of the season in NTL Division-II girls' basketball action Tuesday.
Sayre led 20-10 at the half, but were held to just nine second-half points and were outscored 13-6 in the final quarter. CV's Karmen Short led the fourth-quarter charge with eight of her 10 points coming in the quarter.
Short tied the game with a three-pointer with 1:03 left and then won the game on a buzzer beater.
"It wouldn't have happened if it weren't for the rest of my teammates," Short said. "We work as one unit and tonight it showed. You just got to believe in one another and tonight I definitely had the support. It is breathtaking to hit that last shot for the win."
Nicole Hummell also had 10 points for the Indians while Amaya Walker netted seven and Makayla Vargeson notched four.
Emily Sutryk had 13 points to lead Sayre while Camry Lane added seven. Madi Wheeler netted three while Gabby Randall, Steph Klovekorn and Blair Wampole had two points a piece.
Wampole had six boards and five blocked shots, with two steals, Lane nad Klovekorn had four steals each and Lane had four assists.
CV won the JV game 26-23. Gabbi Randall led Sayre with 7.
Emily Lunger had 26 points, seven boards and three steals to lead the Wildcats to the NTL Division-I girls' basketball win Tuesday.
Kara Chapman added 14 points, eight rebounds, three assists and six steals while Haley Barry had four points and Kayleigh Miller netted two with five rebounds.
Sophie Adams chipped in with six boards and three steals and Avery Priester nabbed four rebounds.
Lily Fitzmartin had 12 points, three assists and four steals to lead the Warriors while Hannah Deacon added seven points and five rebounds.
Ella Durst had five points, Bethanny Boyce notched four points to go with four rebounds, Emylee Yusko added two while Brianna Padgett chipped in with one point.
Stef Kramer had a double-double of 12 points and 10 rebounds to go with two steals and two assists to lead the Griffins to the Mid-Penn League girls' basketball win Tuesday.
Jessica King added a double-double of her own of 11 points and 10 rebounds with two blocks and two steals while Mykenzie Malacusky added 10 points and two steals.
Alexis Randall netted eight points to go with four rebounds, two steals and two assists, Leah Beinlich added four points, four boards, three steals and six assists, Bethany Beinlich had four points and two assists, Sophia Springman had two points, six boards and two assists and Samantha Albright netted two points.
The Black Knights outscored Troy 13-6 in the first quarter of the win.
Hannah Chandler had 12 points to lead Towanda and Cearra McLinko had 10 points.
Kristin Leljedal had five points for the Black Knights and Erin Barrett and Taylor Parker had four points each, while Lindsey Leljedal, Ally Hurley and Amanda Horton all finished with two points.
Lindsey Leljedal had three boards, McLinko had four steals and two boards, Chandler had six boards and a steal and Kristin Leljledal had five boards, two assists and a steal. Barrett had seven boards and two assists and Parker had five boards and two assists.
Marissa Bulkley led Troy with eight points and Roxanne Kingsley had seven points.
Abigail MacDougall, Emilie Cole and Rachel Hickok all had two points, and Shyanna Yaggie had one point.
Bulkley had a board, an assist and two steals and Kingsley had 16 rebounds. Cole had two boards, an assist and a steal and MacDougall had two boards and two steals. Hickok had two steals, Yaggie and Allison beers had steals and Katherine Polakowski had three boards.
Towanda won the JV game 26-6. Barrett led Towanda with 10 and MacDougall led Troy with four points.
Towanda is at Athens on Thursday and Troy is at Wellsboro.
Tioga outscored Spencer 14-4 in the opening quarter, but Spencer outscored the Tigers 16-7 in the third in the win.
Grace Manwaring led Tioga with 15 points and Madi Teribury had 12 points.
Sara Strong had seven points for Tioga and Rebekah Richter finished with three points.
Strong had eight boards, Teribury had seven, Manwaring had five and Emily Polo Rankin had three assists.
Ari Blaasch led SVE with 16 points.
Spencer won the JV game 42-38. Olivia Ayres led Tioga with 13 points.
Makaya Shadle made a one-and-one with 3.3 seconds left to give Galeton the win on Tuesday.
Katelyn Pagano led Galeton with 14 points, Cara Parsell had 12 points and 15 boards and Shadle had 11 in the win.
Brielle Kalacinski finished with six points and Hannah Ludington had three points.
Connor Hutchinson led Tioga with 21 points in the victory.
Pierce Hendershot had 17 points for the Tigers and DeMario Chambers finished with 11 points, while Lucas Klossner had 10 points.
Scott Siberski had eight for Tioga and Nick Klossner finished with five points.
Clark Jackson had a double-double of 24 points and 12 steals to lead the Trojans to the NTL boys' basketball win Monday.
Jackson also had three assists and three boards while Ja Wallace had 18 points, nine boards, three assists and three steals.
Seldon Rogers had seven points, four steals and two blocks, Nate Martin had six points and seven steals, Nat Graybill scored four points with six boards while Dom Ayers, Robert Rogers and Correy Davis had two points a piece. Kaden Murray added one point.
Michael Smithers and Jacob Aumick had 10 points each to lead Canton while Camden Route netted six. Bishop Walmsley and Zach Davy had three points a piece while Zach Rentzel netted two.