Wyalusing claims NTL Division-II title with win over CV.

By: The Review | Towanda Daily Review | February 1, 2018


Wyalusing celebrated their NTL Division-II title on Wednesday as they defeated Cowanesque Valley 51-30 for the clincher.

The Rams held CV scoreless in the first quarter to take an 11-0 lead. The Indians fought back in the second, cutting it to 18-11 at the half but a 15-4 third in favor of Wyalusing put it away for good.

Jon Morrison had a double-double of 24 points and 12 rebounds to lead the Rams while Kasar Cameron and Chandler Brown had six points apiece. Brown also had five boards.

Calvin Burke and Ryan Armitage each had four points, Will Maritn had three points and three assists, Shane Fuhrey added three points while Brandon Brown netted one.

Skyler Vinluan led CV with eight points while Christian Kemp added seven. Daniel Freeman scored six, Tyler Vargeson added five while Seth Huyler and Kurtis Easton netted two points each.

Northeast Bradford 51, Sayre 39

A good first and third quarter proved to be the difference as the Panthers picked up the Division-II boys' basketball win Wednesday.

NEB outscored Sayre 12-7 and 14-8 in the odd quarters.

Zak Smith led NEB with 18 points, five boards and four assists while Andy Crown had a double-double of 12 points and 10 rebounds.

Chazz Labarre and Nick Marino each had eight points, Lucas Crown scored three while Clayton Connor added two.

Corbin Brown had 13 points and five boards for the Redskins while Nate Sweet added 10 points and three blocks.

Ethan Miller had seven points and six rebounds, Jordan Rockwell added four points to go with five rebounds and four assists, Ryan Murrelle scored four points with James Esposito netting one.

Wellsboro 56, Towanda 29

The Green Hornets got a double-double from Brandyn Tuttle (17 points, 10 rebounds) to earn the NTL Division-I boys' basketball win Wednesday.

Tuttle also had three assists and three steals while Dalton Prough had 14 points, five boards and three steals.

Quinn Henry added nine points and three boards, Collin Pietropola scored seven points to go with four rebounds, Tanner Button had three points and three boards while Holden Kennedy, Bergen Weiner and Hunter Brown scored two points apiece. Brown also had six boards.

Dalton Potter had 11 points and four boards to lead Towanda while Lars Thomason added nine. Bob Farley netted five with Luke Tama and Quadir Brice scoring two points apiece.

North Penn-Liberty 58, Canton 41

The Mountaineers earned a Division-II boys' basketball win Wednesday.

"NP-Liberty used one of their best complete team games to gain a lead and keep it throughout the game to beat Canton," said Mountaineer coach Brian Litzelman. "There were contributions from every player that was in the game tonight."

Duncan Zeafla had 17 points to lead NP-Liberty while Logan Horsley added 15. Brandyn Choplosky netted nine, Nick Grinnell scored seven while Noah Spencer and Ethan Delker had three points apiece.

Brandon Sherman and Logyn Choplosky each had two points as well.

Zach Rentzel had a season high 20 points to lead Canton while Michael Smithers added 10. Zach Davy netted three with Reese Allen, Camden Route, Jacob Aumick and Evan Landis scoring two points apiece.


Galeton 56, Oswayo Valley 33

Cara Parsell and Makaya Shadle each had a double-double as the Griffins picked up the North Tier League girls' basketball win Wednesday.

Parsell had 10 points and 11 boards while Shadle had 13 points and 11 rebounds.

The Tigers were down 9-8 after the first quarter but outscored Oswayo 48-24 the rest of the way.

Haylee Ludington added 11 points while Katelyn Pagano scored 12. Brielle Kalacinski netted four while Jessie Evans, Eve Olafson and Makenna Shuemaker had two points apiece.

Waverly 73, Newfield 29

The Wolverines continued to roll through the IAC with a girls' basketball win Wednesday.

Elle Nittinger had 19 points to lead Waverly while Alex Tomasso scored 12.

Wendi Hammond scored nine points, Paige Lewis added eight, Sidney Tomasso netted seven, Zoe Mennig and Marissa Trudeau had five points apiece, Sabrina Pierce and Gretchen Sowle each had three points while Lauren Newman notched two.