Sayre, Wellsboro clinch NTL titles.

By: The Review | Towanda Daily Review | February 7, 2018


SAYRE — Sayre defeated North Penn-Liberty 55-7 in NTL Division-II girls' basketball action Tuesday to clinch the division title.

Camry Lane (14 points) and Blair Wampole (13 points) both scored in double figures for Sayre while Steph Klovekorn netted nine and Emily Sutryk added eight.

Brit Benjamin had four, Carrie Claypool notched three, Madi Wheeler added two while Emily Moore and Julia Boyle scored one point each.

Taylor Thompson led the Lady Mountaineers with seven points while Emma Williams scored two and Kate Mitstifer netted one.

Wellsboro 69, Williamson 32

The Green Hornets clinched the NTL Division-I girls' basketball title Tuesday with their league win.

Tory Self had a season high 32 points to lead Wellsboro while Lizzie Poirier netted 13.

Self also had 12 steals and seven assists in the victory.

Bailey Monks scored seven, Cathryn Brought had six, Liza Manning netted four, Mikel Shabloski notched three while Dani Hunt and Sarah Mosher scored two points a piece.

Emylee Yusko had nine points and seven boards to lead Williamson while Hannah Deacon, Bethanny Boyce and Lily Fitzmartin each had seven points. Fitzmartin added four assists and three steals while Boyce had three steals and two blocks.

Ella Durst chipped in with two points and four rebounds.

Waverly 58, Odessa Montour 36

WAVERLY, N.Y. — The Lady Wolverines jumped out to a 25-3 first quarter lead en route to the IAC girls' basketball win.

Elle Nittinger had 19 points to lead Waverly while Alex Tomasso netted 12 and Paige Miller scored 10.

Marissa Trudeau added six, Zoe Mennig had five with Lauren Newman, Wendi Hammond and Paige Lewis getting two points a piece.

Gillian Clark led OM with 13 points.

Tioga 52, Newark Valley 51

A Grace Manwaring 3-pointer with eight seconds to go gave the Tigers an IAC girls' basketball win Tuesday.

Tioga was down late when Hannah Browne hit back-to-back three-pointers — her only points of the game — to tie it up. Newark Valley's Bre Beebe made a lay-up to put the Cardinals up by two when Manwaring hit her fifth three-pointer of the night for the win.

She finished with 23 points while Eve Wood added 11 points, seven boards and two assists.

Browne had six points, two assists and four steals; Madi Teribury had six points, six boards and six assists; Emily Polo-Rankin added three points, six assists and three steals; Rebecca Richter added two and Sara Strong scored one.

Beebe led the Cardinals with 16 points.

Newark Valley won the JV game.

Tioga hosts Towanda on Thursday.

Wyalusing 44, Towanda 39

The Rams held off a fourth quarter Black Knight rally in their NTL Division-I girls' basketball win Tuesday.

Wyalusing led 32-24 going into the fourth quarter when Towanda scored a game high 15 points. The Rams kept pace with 12 of their own and pulled out the win.

Emily Champluvier led Wyalusing with 16 points while Sarah Bird added seven.

Morgan Woodruff scored six, Callie Bennett had five, Paige Robinson and Hailey Jayne netted four points each and Madison Putnam notched two.

Cearra McLinko led Towanda with 12 points, three rebounds and three assists while Kristin Leljedal netted eight points to go with six boards and two steals. Taylor Parker notched seven, Amanda Horton had five points and three boards, Kenadie Packard scored four points and grabbed four boards and Lindsey Leljedal added three.

Miranda Brown chipped in with five boards and two assists.

Wyalusing won the JV game 27-18 at Horton and Putman each had seven points.

Cowanesque Valley 48, Canton 41

Amaya Walker had a season high 23 points to lead the Indians to the NTL Division-II girls' basketball win Tuesday.

Canton led 13-10 after the first quarter and extended that to a 23-19 halftime advantage as Tamara Hess scored seven points in the second quarter for the Lady Warriors.

Canton kept the advantage through the third, leading 33-28 as they headed into the final frame.

In the fourth, Walker and Makayla Vargeson combined for 16 points to lead the CV comeback, going 8-for-10 from the charity stripe in the process. The Indians out scored Canton 20-8 to get the victory.

Vargeson finished with 10 points while Karmen Short scored eight. Brynn Williams netted three while Delaney Doan and Nicole Hummell had two points a piece.

Hess finished with 20 points for Canton while Joelle Urban netted 13.

Katlyn Krise added three, Shea Roupp and Lexi Palmer had two points a piece while Emma Bly notched one.

Notre Dame 53, SVE 33

The Crusaders overcame a first-quarter deficit to pull out the IAC girls' basketball win Tuesday.

SVE led 11-9 after the opening quarter but a 19-9 second in favor of Notre Dame put them up 28-20 at the half. The Lady Crusaders went on to outscore them 25-13 in the second half.

Courteney Crater led Notre Dame with 16 points while Mary Foster netted 12 and Maddie Watts added 11.

Kahlia Rivera scored seven, Brittany Bonham had four and Taylor VanDine netted three.

Sullivan County 61, Bucktail 21

Stef Kramer had 14 points, six rebounds and six steals to lead the Griffins to a Mid-Penn League girls' basketball win Tuesday.

Mykenzie Malacusky added 13 points, six boards, five assists and three steals; Leah Beinlich added 10 points and four assists; Alexis Randall notched eight points and four steals; Jessica King had five points, 11 boards, three blocks and three steals; Bethany Beinlich added six points; Sophia Springman scored three; and Angel Fitzgerald added two. Samantha Albright chipped in with three rebounds.

Sullivan won the JV game 63-12 as Bethany Beinlich had 19.

Athens 49, Troy 15

Emily Lunger had 16 points, six boards and four steals to lead the Wildcats to an NTL Division-I girls' basketball action Tuesday.

Kara Chapman added 14 points, six rebounds and three assists; Sophie Adams had eight points, seven rebounds and three steals; Kayleigh Miller scored five points to go with three rebounds and six steals; with Kassidy Peterson, Haley Barry and Megan Collins two points a piece. Barry also had three boards and four steals.

Roxanne Kingsley led Troy with six points, seven boards and two steals, while Katherine Polakowski, Rachel Hickock, Allison Beers, Marissa Bulkley and Shyanna Yaggie had two points a piece.

Cessily Harding also had one point.

Bulkley added two steals and two boards while Emilie Cole had two boards and three steals and Abigail MacDougall snatched five boards.

Rachel Stephens had 12 points to lead Athens past Troy 29-16.

Northern Potter 50, Galeton 30

The Tigers had a rough second quarter as they fell in North Tier League girls' basketball action Tuesday.

NoPo led 15-10 after the first quarter, then extended their lead to 15 points at the half as they outscored Galeton 14-4. The Panthers outscored Galeton 21-15 in the second half to get the win.

Makaya Shadle had nine points to lead the Tigers while Katelyn Pagano and Haylee Ludington each had six. Cara Parsell netted five with Eve Olofson and Brielle Kalacinski scoring two points each.

Northeast Bradford 59, NP-Mansfield

The Panthers rallied from a halftime deficit to pick up the NTL Division-II girls' basketball win Tuesday.

NP-Mansfield led 31-28 at the half, but the Panther defense clamped down in the second half, holding the Tigers to 20 points for the win.

Aaliyah Bevacqua led NEB with 16 points while Lindsay Moore netted 15 and Lauryn Jones had 11.

Josie Haverly scored six, Emilee Allis and Ella Brown had four points a piece while Jaycee Brown netted three.

Jaime Palmer led the Tigers with 19 points while Jeanette Montefusco added 17.

Shaelyn Berguson had five, JoAnne McNamara scored four with Alaina McKee and Lizzi Welch adding three points each.