WAVERLY, N.Y. - The Wolverines knew if they wanted to capture their Christmas Tournament title on Friday they would have to come out strong against Aaron Johnson and the Wyalusing Rams.
TUNKHANNOCK - The Wyalusing Rams repeated as Tunkhannock Tournament champions on Friday, getting three wrestlers into the final on their way to 200 team points.
ELMIRA, N.Y. - Gillett's Shane Manning led all scorers with 14 points as Notre Dame outscored Troy 40-16 in the first half on their way to a 60-31 victory in the Josh Palmer Fund Holiday Tournament.
BLOSSBURG - The Warriors finished strong in the first and second halves to come away with a 54-41 win over Liberty girls' title in the North Penn Kiwanis Christmas Tournament Thursday.
WAVERLY - The Wyalusing Rams got 30 points from Aaron Johnson as they advanced to the finals of the Waverly Christmas Tournament with a 57-54 victory.
The Sullivan County Griffins hadn't beaten Hughesville since 2004 when a Vinny Baumunk-led squad topped the Spartans in the first game of the season.
The Towanda Black Knights and Waverly Wolverines each had two wrestlers advance to the semifinals at the Windsor Christmas Wrestling Tournament.
ELMIRA, N.Y. - Troy and Notre Dame won their first round games of the Josh Palmer Fund Coaches vs Cancer Small School tournament Tuesday.
Athens took seventh with a 1-4 record at the Bob Rohm Memorial Tournament at Bloomsburg University Tuesday.
Galeton fell to Smethport 68-41 in the Port Alleghany boys' Christmas Tournament Final Tuesday.
BLOSSBURG - Rebecca Machmer had 14 points and 14 rebounds to lead Canton past Williamson 44-36 in the first round of the North Penn Christmas Tournament in girls' basketball action Tuesday.
Dakota Shadle had 20 points and Galeton rallied from an 8-point halftime deficit to top Port Allegany 42-39 in the first round of the Port Alleghany Christmas Tournament Monday.
TOWANDA - In the first quarter, Loyalsock's Cassaundra Soars had eight points as the Lancers built a 14-6 lead.
TOWANDA - Down 25-7 at one point the Knights rallied to top Hughesville in wrestling action Thursday.
The Towanda wrestling program celebrated their history Thursday night as they inducted three new members into their Hall of Fame and added three recent graduates to their Knight of the 100 ranks.