Williamson tops Wyalusing.

By: The Review | Towanda Daily Review | January 4, 2018

 

WYALUSING — Williamson used a 13-2 run in the third quarter to pick up a 37-32 win over Wyalusing in NTL Division-I girls' basketball action Wednesday.

The Lady Rams led 17-15 at the half but found themselves down 28-19 going into the fourth quarter.

In the final frame Wyalusing outscored the Warriors 13-9 but couldn't get over the hump.

Bethanny Boyce had 13 points to lead Williamson while Emylee Yusko and Brianna Padgett each had eight points. Hannah Deacon scored three, Ella Durst netted two and Mary Stager notched one.

Sarah Bird had another strong all-around game for the Rams with 11 points, six boards, three steals, two assists and a block while Emily Champluvier added eight points and seven rebounds.

Callie Bennett had five points while Hannah Chamberlin, Paige Robinson, Morgan Woodruff and Daphne Fassett each had two.

Northeast Bradford 51, Cowanesque Valley 46, OT

In a back and forth contest the Panthers held on to pick up the NTL Division-II girls' basketball win Wednesday.

CV jumped out to a 12-6 lead after the opening tip but NEB hung strong in the second quarter and kept it a six-point deficit at the half (23-17).

The Panthers made their move in the third as they held CV to just four points and tied it up at 27-all heading into the fourth quarter.

The offense opened up for both teams in the fourth as they each scored 15 points to send it into overtime.

In the extra period NEB kept scoring, outscoring CV 11-4 to get the win.

Aaliyah Bevacqua had 22 points to lead NEB, 12 of them in the third and fourth quarters to fuel the Panther rally.

Emilee Allis added eight points, Lindsay Moore netted seven, Lauryn Jones scored six, Josie Haverly notched four while Marissa Brink and Lauryn Schultz had two points apiece.

Karmen Short had 17 points to lead CV, nine of them in the fourth quarter and overtime, while Makayla Vargeson added eight.

Brianna Whitesell and Amaya Walker had six points apiece, Brynn Williams scored five while Delaney Doan and Nicole Hummell each had two points.

Sayre 37, Canton 34

The Redskins overcame a two-point deficit heading into the fourth quarter to pull out the NTL Division-II girls' basketball win Wednesday.

The Warriors led 11-6 after the first quarter and kept Sayre at bay through the second and third quarters as they nursed a 28-26 lead heading into the fourth.

In the final frame Sayre held the Warriors to six points as they pulled ahead for the win.

Camry Lane led the Sayre comeback with five of her 11 points in the fourth quarter.

Blair Wampole, Steph Klovekorn and Emily Sutyrk each had eight points for Sayre while Emily Moore had two to round out the Redskin scoring.

Elle Binford had 10 points to lead Canton while Shea Roupp scored seven. Tamara Hess, Emma Bly and Hailey Wesneski had four points apiece, Joelle Urban netted three while Lexi Palmer scored two.

North Penn-Mansfield 46, NP-Liberty 41

The Tigers held NP-Liberty to 11 second-half points as they rallied from a 30-20 halftime deficit to pick up the NTL Division-II girls' basketball win Wednesday.

Lizzy Welch had 11 points and 10 rebounds for the double-double to lead the Tigers while JoAnne McNamara had 10 points and six steals.

Jaime Palmer had six points, Alyssa Smith and Jeannette Montefusco each had five points, Shae Berguson netted three while Alaina McKee, Hannah Bowens and Riley David scored two points apiece.

Taylor Thompson had 12 points to lead the Mountaineers while Eva Rice notched 10 and Emma Williams added nine.

Alyssa Remley scored eight and Katie Mitstifer rounded out the NP-Liberty scoring with two.

Athens 39, Towanda 23

Kara Chapman had a double-double of 15 points and 10 boards, plus three steals, to lead the Wildcats to the NTL Division-II girls' basketball win Wednesday.

Emily Lunger added 14 points, six boards and three assists, Sophie Adams had six points and eight rebounds while Kayleigh Miller had four points and four boards.

Cearra McLinko had 11 points to lead Towanda while Hannah Chandler added six. Lindsey Leljedal, Erin Barrett and Amanda Horton each had two points apiece.

Barrett added eight boards while Chandler nabbed four steals.

Athens won the JV game 40-37 behind 22 points from Kasidy Peterson while Horton had 12 points.

The Wildcats host Wyalusing on Friday.

Galeton 49, Cameron County 46, OT

The Tigers pulled out an overtime win in North Tier League girls' basketball action Wednesday.

Cameron County jumped out to a 15-6 first quarter lead but Galeton chipped it away to 23-17 at the half.

In the third Cameron pushed their advantage to double digits, extending their lead to 38-25, heading into the fourth.

The Tiger defense tightened as they held Cameron to just three fourth-quarter points and tied it up at 41-all. Then in the extra period they outscored Cameron 8-5 to get the win.

Makaya Shadle had 17 points to lead Galeton while Katelyn Pagano added 14 and Haylee Ludington scored 12. Brielle Kalacinski netted four and Jessie Evans added two.

Sullivan County 59, Millville 44

The Griffins stayed undefeated with their Mid-Penn girls' basketball win Wednesday.

Leah Beinlich had 14 points to lead four Sullivan players in double figures.

Jessica King had 13 points and 16 boards for the double-double while also blocking five shots.

Mykenzie Malacusky added 13 points, five steals and six assists, Alexis Randall had 10 points and seven rebounds, Stef Kramer scored seven points and grabbed 11 boards while Sophia Springman chipped in with two points.

Khloe Faatz had 12 points to lead Millville.

Waverly 59, Dryden 20

Elle Nittinger had 24 points and the Wolverines stayed unbeaten on the season with an IAC girls' basketball cross-over win Wednesday.

Alex Tomasso added 12 points while Paige Miller netted 10. Marissa Trudeau and Lauren Newman had four points apiece, Paige Lewis added three while Zoe Mennig scored two.

Wellsboro 72, Troy 10

Emma Poirier had 21 points while Tory Self scored 20 to lead the Hornets to the NTL Division-I girls' basketball win Wednesday.

Mikel Shabloski scored 16, Lizzie Poirier netted nine and Rachael Tuttle added four.

Emile Cole and Marissa Bulkley each had four points to lead Troy while Katherine Polakowski netted two.

Wellsboro won the JV game 25-8 behind Liza Manning's six points.