Schrader nets 41 in Williamson win.

By: The Review | Towanda Daily Review | January 22, 2015 | Photo courtesy The Review


2015 Athens vs. Sayre Boys BasketballBrandon Schrader had 41 points, the most in the region this season, to lead Williamson to a 77-41 win over Troy on Wednesday night.

Schrader had a double-double, adding 10 boards, and Nick Cevette had a double-double with 10 points and 16 rebounds.

Kyle Haight had 12 points for the Warriors and Josh Bradbury had eight points and 10 assists.

Jon Daly and Collin Heilbrun had three points each.

Troy was led by Brandon Mattocks with 14 points and Kurtis Roupp finished with nine points.

Anthony Deitrick and Jah Wallace each had four points for Troy and Jared Murray and Clark Jackson finished with three points each.

Alex Butcher and Phil Dixon both had two points for Troy.

Troy won the JV game 54-46 with Heilbrun scoring 20 for Williamson.

Williamson is at Sayre on Friday.

Athens 47, Sayre 41

SAYRE - The Athens boys came away with a 47-41 win over Sayre in an NTL matchup on Wednesday night.

Athens led 15-11 after one half, but Sayre cut the deficit to 22-21 at the half, before Athens outscored the Redskins 25-20 in the second half.

Brandon Fauver led Athens with 17 points and Austin Lister had 16 for the Wildcats.

Jarrett Priester and Joe Moyer each had six points for Athens and Tyler Forbes finished with two points.

Nick Sweet led Sayre with 14 points and Marshall Felt had 10 points.

Matt Williams had seven for the Redskins and Marcos Velazquez and Joey Galizia had four points each, while Jordan Rockwell had two points.

Galizia had six boards and Velazquez had five boards, while Williams had seven assists and three boards and Felt had two assists and three boards.

Mansfield 65, CV 54

North Penn-Mansfield outscored CV 34-21 in the first half on their way to the win on Wednesday night.

Bo Burleigh had 28 points to lead the Tigers, adding seven boards and two steals, and Dayton Wood had 17 points and four assists.

Chandler Correll had six points, six assists, three steals and two blocks and Jarrod Burd had four points, three boards and three assists.

Brock Burleigh had three points and five boards and Luke Kelly had three points, seven boards, three blocks and two steals.

Bryce Zaparzynski had two points and three boards, with two assists, and Shane Kelly had two points.

Cowanesque Valley was led by Bryant Painter with 20 and Tyler Melko had 14, while Dakota Corwin had 12 points.

Nate Bonham had four points for CV and Connor Calaman and Tyler Cline had two points each.

Bonham had four boards and three steals, with two assists, and Melko had nine boards, two steals and two blocks, while Corwin had three boards and a blocked shot.

Mansfield won the JV game 55-30 with Brock Burleigh scoring 11.

Mansfield is at Towanda on Friday.

Towanda 68, Canton 46

Towanda scored 24 first-quarter points and 40 points in the first half on their way to the win on Wednesday night.

Towanda pulled away in the third quarter, outscoring Canton 20-9 and holding the Warriors to 15 second-half points.

Noah Huff led Towanda with 19 points and Dylan Bates and Noah Wheeler had 10 points each.

Tristan James and Nick Place each had eight points for Towanda and Bailey Potter finished with seven points.

Mitchell Jenkins had four points for the Black Knights and Jarod Boardman finished with two points.

Huff and Wheeler each had six boards and Boardman had five rebounds.

Huff had four steals and two assists, Bates had two steals and Nick Innocenzo had three assists and three rebounds.

Canton was led by Ridge Moore with 16 points and Mason Moore finished with 12 points.

Trevor Route and Byron Matthews each had seven points for Canton and Matt Berryman finished with four points.

Canton won the JV game 43-41. Silas Binford had 18 for Canton and Matt McNeal had 12 and Shane Martin 11 for Towanda.

Towanda hosts Mansfield on Friday and Canton hosts NEB.

Wyalusing 54, NEB 42

The Rams outscored the Panthers 16-7 in the first quarter and 19-10 in the fourth to get the win.

Matt Woodruff led three Wyalusing players in double figures with 13 points.

Keshon Gardner had 12 for the Rams and Ridge Williams finished with 11 points.

Terron Millard and Collin Fassett each had six points for Wyalusing and Kyle Tinna and Jon Morrison finished with three points each.

Jordan Goodwin led the Panthers with 16 points and 15 rebounds, along with three blocked shots and Mason Merrill had eight points.

Nate Chilson had five points and Elijah Arias had four points, six boards and three assists.

Austin Senn-Bishop had three points and Tommy Rought and Mike Wallitsch had two points each.

Michael Williams had three assists.

NEB won the JV game 37-32 with Chilson scoring 10 points.

NEB is at Canton on Friday.

Wellsboro 55, Liberty 45

The Green Hornets trailed 14-9 after one quarter, but outscored Liberty in each of the next three quarters to pick up the win.

Kieron Smethers led the Green Hornets with 20 points and Michael Pietropola had 19 points in the win.

Brandon Lamphier had nine points for Wellsboro and Jake Mitchell had three points, while Dawson Prough and Quinn Henry had two points each.

Smethers had 10 boards and three steals and Pietropola had seven boards and three steals. Henry had two steals and two assists and Lamphier had three assists.

Darrell Carroll led Liberty with 14 points and Sergey June had 11 for North Penn-Liberty.

Terry Clark and Garrett Bickhart each had eight points for Liberty and Dillon Ford finished with four points.

June had 10 boards and Bickhart had eight rebounds, while Ford had three steals and Sean Upham had two assists.

"In a well played game by both teams Wellsboro used a 13-0 run in the second quarter to gain the lead at the half," Liberty coach Brian Litzelman said. "In the second half NPLHS actually fought back and retook the lead briefly only to have Wellsboro hit some clutch shots and crucial free throws in the final minutes to increase the lead, while NPLHS just could not get a shot to fall in the final minute to cut into the lead."

Wellsboro won the JV game 48-25. Jacob Singer had 12 for Wellsboro and Nic Ingerick and Henry had nine each.

Freedom Village 70, North Rome 42

Freedom Village jumped all over North Rome in the first period with the help of sharp-shooting Adam Vega on their side. Vega would hit four three-pointers in the opening frame and finish 9-11 from behind the arc which helped him have a game-high 31 points.

Falling behind 27-12 after one, NRCS had their work cut out for them but they did continue to work and with just under two minutes to play in the half, the Eagles cut the lead to 35-25. The third period would see the NRCS offense go cold and when the frame was over the deficit was 53-30.

Johnny Mosier finished with 13 points and seven rebounds to lead the Eagles while Kyle Bert scored 12 points. Also scoring for North Rome were Cole Jennings with seven points, Cole Hiduk with four points, Riley Gorsline with four points, and Nathan Helmuth netting two.

Freedom Village saw Amari Cooper hit in double figures with 13 points.